Gordon D. Fee, Pauline Christology: An Exegetical-Theological Study (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, ), pages, ISBN Gordon D. Fee. On Pauline Perspectives, Matthew Montonini has news of 81 pages worth of sample pages from Gordon Fee’s new book on Pauline. This will be the first post in an ongoing review and summary of Gordon Fee’s Pauline Christology. This book is an attempt to see Paul’s.
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Share your thoughts with other customers. Any future work on Paul’s Christology or christological studies in general will be forced to reckon gordonn this magnificent volume. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Hendrickson,pages, ISBN Fee No preview available – He is author of many books James F.
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I am currently designing a new course on the Apostle Paul and this work is invaluable to my study of Pauline Themes. There is no doubt that this substantial study will be a reference point for some time to come. Fee expects that this book will be most useful hordon a reference text and he is likely correct. BaileyCriswell Theological Review “The book will be noteworthy as a counterpoint to the work of scholars such as James Dunn in arguing for the pre-existence of Christ and for a proto-Trinitarian christology, a term Fee avows is not original but borrowed from Stanley Porter.
The book concludes with an appendix on wisdom. To say that this work is monumental is to understate the case. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Pauline Christology is a very welcome addition to Pauline studies, filling a gap in the scholarly literature. fhristology
An Exegetical- Theological Study should garner the attention that it has. It is not a light read but it is also not so technical and erudite that the average reader would find christoloy too difficult. An Exegetical-theological Study Gordon D. Subscribe to receive our weekly newsletter. The Holy Spirit in the Letters of Paul. Gordoj has done it again.
It will at once take its place as the major study of this crucial topic, and its innovative proposals regarding some of the texts will stimulate a lively ongoing debate.
Any future work on Paul’s Christology or christological studies in general will be forced to reckon with this magnificent volume for years to come. Chapter 12 deals with Christ as the preexistent and incarnate Savior — His discussion of the echoes of the LXX in Paul is masterful and comprehensive.
For lay persons who are interested in this type of work, Dr. Remember me on this computer. Fee also has some very interesting chapters on Jesus being regarded as the Jewish Messiah from the beginning and on the development of the idea of the Trinity, which Fee argues he finds good evidence for in Paul’s writings.
Pauline Christology: An Exegetical-Theological Study
My library Help Advanced Book Search. Pneuma Review readers will value the attention to detail, along with the various chapter appendices serving as compendia of the relevant passages. A conversation with Craig S. Fee concludes that Paul understood the Spirit as distinct from the Father and the Son, mediating the presence of the latter, all while retaining his strict gotdon Fee begins by defining the meaning of Pauline Christology 1— ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics.
This book is highly recommended for seminary courses in Christology and for graduate seminars in Pauline theology.
Particularly noteworthy is Fee’s sustained and generally convincing argument for what some are calling ‘christological monotheism,’ according to which Christ is included by Paul and other NT authors within the definition of ‘God. This book and the new book by Bowman and Komoszewski “Putting Jesus In His Place” should end the critic’s claims that Jesus wasn’t thought of as divine until the 3rd or 4th centuries.
Other editions – View all Pauline Christology: Truett Theological Seminary, Baylor University. A Christmas Truce Fall Fee has written a long, meaty book on Paul and Christology. Listening to the Spirit in the Text. But more importantly, Pauline Christology is Fee at his best.
This work, encyclopedic christolog its length and format, goes a long way toward making up for such neglect. So general readers can excavate the essence of Fee’s main points. It’s difficult to imagine a way to refute these arguments, given the careful textual detail Fee provides.
Showing of 14 reviews. The book includes extensive use of Greek, but typically the quotations in the text are translated in a way which will enable those without Greek or those with limited Greek to appreciate the argument. Lastly, Fee states emphatically that Christ is not to be identified with personified Wisdom, a point he returns to later in this study 93; see appendix A.
Fee has presented the material in an systematic and academic fashion.