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Galatians and Christian Theology: Justification, the Gospel, and Ethics in Paul’s Letter

9780801049514Elliott, Mark W, Scott J. Hafemann, N.T. Wright, and John Frederick, eds. Galatians and Christian Theology: Justification, the Gospel, and Ethics in Paul’s Letter. Baker Academic, 2014. 0801049512, 9780801049514.

Wright, N.T. “Messiahship in Galatians.” 3-23.

Novenson, Matthew V. “Paul’s Former Occupation in Iodaismos.” 24-39.

Pollman, Karla and Mark W. Elliott. “Galatians in the Early Church.” 40-61.

Söding, Thomas. “Justification and Participation: Ecumenical Dimensions of Galatians.” 62-81.

Gombis, Timothy G. “Arguing with Scripture in Galatia: Galatians 3:10-14 as a Series of Ad Hoc Arguments.” 82-90.

Wengert, Timothy. “Martin Luther on Galatians 3:6-14: Justification by Curses and Blessings.” 91-116.

Hafemann, Scott. “Yaein: Yes and No to Luther’s Reading of Galatians 3:6-14.” 117-131.

Garcia, Javier A. “‘Not an Idle Quality of an Empty Husk in the Heart’”: A Critique of Tuomo Mannermaa on Luther and Galatians.” 132-142.

Elliott, Mark W. “Judaism, Reformation Theology, and Justification.” 143-158.

McCormack, Bruce. “Can We Still Speak of ‘Justification by Faith’? An In-House Debate with Apocalyptic Readings of Paul.” 159-184.

Gaventa, Beverly Roberts. “The Singularity of the Gospel Revisited.” 187-199.

Hays, Richard B. “Apocalyptic Poiēsis in Galatians: Paternity, Passion, and Participation.” 200-219.

Cover, Michael B. “‘Now and Above; Then and Now’ (Gal. 4:21-31): Platonizing and Apocalyptic Polarities in Paul’s Eschatology.” 220-229.

van Driel, Edwin Chr. “Christ in Paul’s Narrative: Salvation History, Apocalyptic Invasion and Supralapsarian Theology.” 230-238.

Still, Todd D. “‘In the Fullness of Time’ (Gal. 4:4): Chronology and Theology in Galatians.” 239-248.

Sumner, Darren O. “Karl Barth and ‘The Fullness of Time’”: Eternity and Divine Intent in the Epistle to the Galatians.” 249-257.

Swain, Scott R. “‘Heirs through God: Galatians 4:4-7 and the Doctrine of the Trinity.” 258-267.

O’Donovan, Oliver. “Flesh and Spirit.” 271-284.

Rabens, Volker. “‘Indicative and Imperative’ as the Substructure of Paul’s Theology-and-Ethics in Galatians? A Discussion of Divine and Human Agency in Paul.” 285-305.

Barclay, John M.G. “Grace and Countercultural Reckoning of Worth: Community Construction in Galatians 5-6.” 306-317.

Aletti, Jean-Noël. “Paul’s Exhortations in Galatians 5:16-25: From the Apostle’s Techniques to His Theology.” 318-334.

Zahl, Simeon. “The Drama of Agency: Affective Augustinianism and Galatians.” 335-352.

Kamell, Mariam J. “Life in the Spirit and Life in Wisdom: Reading Galatians and James as a Dialogue.” 353-363.

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St. Andrews Calls for Papers

Call for Papers
Paul’s Letter to the Galatians & Christian Theology
10-13 July 2012, St Andrews

Those with an interest in Galatians will be very interested by St. Andrews’ call for papers related to Paul’s Letter to the Galatians & Christian Theology. Surf on over for all the details. The official website is at St. Andrews. The keynote speakers are Richard Hays, N. T. Wright and Oliver O’Donovan so it promises to be an exciting fair.

They invite proposals for short papers that relate Galatians to Christian theology and culture, including:

* Galatians & Art
* Galatians & Christian Doctrine
* Galatians & Ethics
* Galatians & the History of Interpretation
* Galatians & Eschatology
* Jewish and Christian Readings of Galatians.