In this small book, Tim Gallant engages in careful rethinking of Paul's handing of the matter of the Mosaic law. Keying on the central texts in Galatians and Romans, Gallant works with the logic and flow of Paul's arguments, rather than beginning with dogmatic questions. Without taking an uncritical stance toward recent development such as the New Perspective on Paul, nor offering a standard exposition of traditional exegetical approaches to Paul, Gallant helps unearth the inner logic of a variety of apparent tensions in Paul's reflections on the law. The result is an intriguing re-presentation of Paul's salvation-historical hermeneutic. Foreword by Rich Lusk.
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