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Michael Wolter on Galatians 4:21-31 and Romans 9-11

Just out is an article on Galatians 4 and Romans 9-11. Much has been written about Paul’s use of the analogy/allegory between Hagar/son of slavery and Jerusalem above/son of freedom. It will be interesting to see what Wolter has to say.

Michael Wolter, “Das Israelproblem nach Gal 4,21-31 und Röm 9-11.” Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche. 107:1 (2010): 1-30.


Galatians and the Problem of Self Justification

Last month there was a conference on Galatians and the Problem of Justification at Desert Springs Church for their annual Clarus lecture. From May 2-4 Donald Carson and Michael Horton lectured on various topics related to this theme. For those of us who couldn’t get to Albuquerque, New Mexico they have provided the lectures online in MP3. Each scholar presented one lecture specifically related to Galatians:

Donald A. Carson, “An Apostolic Disputation and Justification: Galatians 2:11-21.”
Michael S. Horton, “Two Mothers, Two Mountains: Galatians 4:21-31.”

Be sure to visit their website for the panel discussions and other lectures on Romans 4; 3:21-6; Matthew 27:27-51.