Published January 1, 2005
by Hendrickson Publishers .
Written in English
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The book you get at the Library won't be this one, revised and expanded - it'll be the old standard, which is good, but this is way better. By the way, the scholarship is sound, but I never figured out what exactly the debate was about - a collection of rugged individuals and their views on Romans, from every scholarly journal under the sun/5(12). "Solving the Romans Debate" focuses on one main controversial issue in Romans scholarship: the composition of the audience who the letter was written to. Das' work is in many respects a sequel to Karl P. Donfried's acclaimed collection of essays "The Romans Debate Cited by: Donfried, K. P. The nature and scope of the Romans debateManson, T. W. St. Paul's letter to the Romans--and othersBornkamm, G. The letter to the Romans as Paul's last will and testamentKlein, G. Paul's purpose in writing the epistle to the RomansDonfried, K. P. A short note on Romans Jervell, : The Romans Debate - Google Books This collection of essays appeared in and quickly became a standard for studying the purpose and occasion of Romans.
Dr. Das has published numerous books and articles centering on New Testament theology and introductory related issues. In Solving the Romans Debate, Das contributes to the area of Romans study by taking an in-depth look at the audience to which Paul was writing. The focus of Das’ study is to show that Paul wrote to an entirely Gentile audience. Intent of Solving the Romans Debate The book begins with an introduction that describes a debate that has raged furiously for 40 years concerning whether Paul’s letter to the Romans . The 'Romans debate' is the debate about the character of the letter (including questions about its literary integrity, the poss- ibility of its having circulated in longer and shorter recensions, the destination of chapter 16) and, above all, Paul's purpose in sending it. This lecture confines itself mainly to the last of . A strong collection of essays on the circumstances and theme of Romans. This book is the second edition and shows the evolution of thought from the late 20th century until now. Romans was largely thought of as a composite work or a work of multiple distributions (Jerusalem, Rome. e.g. /5.
In a collection of essays appeared that quickly became a standard for studying the purpose and occasion of Romans. Now The Romans Debate: Revised and Expanded Edition is available in a newly designed and enlarged : Das provides a fresh understanding of the identity and attitudes of the Gentile Christians in Rome and of the expulsion of Jews from Rome under the emperor Claudius. His reading offers new insight into Paul's concern for the Jewish roots Scholars have long debated the double character of Romans/5(14). Print book: English: Rev. and expanded edView all editions and formats Summary: Spanning the spectrum of interpretation, these essays challenge opposing views, complement points of consensus, and above all contribute to our understanding of Paul's controversial letter to the Romans. THE ROMANS DEBATE, ed. by Karl P. Donfried. Rev. and expanded ed. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, Pp. lxxii+ The first edition of this book, published in , served students of Paul’s Letter to the Romans very well. It held together in one place some of the most stimulating and perspective-setting essays on Romans of our time.