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Table of Contents
                            Front Cover
Front Slip
Back Slip
Back Cover
Copyright Details
Dedication
Table of Contents
Preface
Bibliography
	General Bibliography
	Commentaries on the Pauline epistles consulted
		Romans
		1 and 2 Corinthians
		Galatians
		Philippians:
		Colossians and Philemon:
		1 and 2 Thessalonians:
Abbreviations
CHAPTER I
	Prologue
		§1 Prolegomena to a theology of Paul
			§1.1 Why a theology of Paul?
			§1.2 What is a "theology of Paul"?
			§1.3 Can a theology of Paul be written?
			§1.4 How to write a theology of Paul?
			§1.5 Toward a theology of Paul
CHAPTER 2
	God and Humankind
		§2 God
			§2.1 God as axiom
			§2.2 God as one
			§2.3 Other gods?
			§2.4 God and the cosmos
			§2.5 The God of Israel
			§2.6 God in experience
			§2.7 Conclusion
		§3 Humankind
			§3.1 Anthropological presuppositions
			§3.2 Soma
			§3.3 Sarx
			§3.4 Soma and sarx
			§3.5 Nous and kardia
			§3.6 Psyche and pneuma
			§3.7 Summary
CHAPTER 3
	Humankind under Indictment
		§4 Adam
			§4.1 The dark side of humanity
			§4.2 Adam in Jewish scripture
			§4.3 Adam in post-biblical Jewish tradition
			§4.4-9 Adam in Paul's theology
			§4.4 Romans 1.18-32
			§4.5 Romans 3.23
			§4.6 Romans 5.12-21
			§4.7 Romans 7.7-13
			§4.8 Romans 8.19-22
			§4.9 Summary
		§5 Sin and death
			§5.1 The power of evil
			§5.2 The heavenly powers
			§5.3 Sin
			§5.4 The effects of sin — misdirected religion
			§5.5 The effects of sin — self-indulgence
			§5.6 The effects of sin — sins
			§5.7 Death
			§5.8 In sum
		§6 The law
			§6.1 Sin, death, and the law
			§6.2 Torah, nomos, and ho nomos
			§6.3 The measure of God's requirement and judgment
			§6.4 Israel under the law
			§6.5 A relationship whose time is past
			§6.6 A law for life? — or death?
			§6.7 Is the law sin?
			§6.8 Conclusions
CHAPTER 4
	The Gospel of Jesus Christ
		§7 Gospel
			§7.1 Euangelion
			§7.2 "In accordance with the scriptures"
			§7.3 Kerygmatic and confessional formulae
			§7.4 The apocalypse of Jesus Christ
			§7.5 The eschatologkal "now"
		§8 Jesus the man
			§8.1 How much did Paul know or care about the life of Jesus?
			§8.2 Some a priori considerations
			§8.3 Echoes of Jesus tradition in Paul
			§8.4 Jesus
			§8.5 Messiah
			§8.6 Adam
			§8.7 The incarnate Son?
			§8.8 Conclusion
		§9 Christ crucified
			§9.1 As one died
			§9.2 A sacrifice for sins
			§9.3 Paul's theology of atoning sacrifice
			§9.4 The beloved Son
			§9.5 The curse of the law
			§9.6 Redemption
			§9.7 Reconciliation
			§9.8 Conquest of the powers
			§9.9 Conclusions
		§10 The risen Lord
			§10.1 The resurrection of the crucified
			§10.2 The last Adam
			§10.3 Son of God in power
			§10.4 The Lord
			§10.5 Jesus as God?
			§10.6 The life-giving Spirit
			§10.7 Conclusions
		§11 The préexistent one
			§11.1 Divine Wisdom
			§11.2 Jesus as Wisdom
			§11.3 Other possible Wisdom passages
			§11.4 Phil. 2.6-11
			§11.5 Other possible préexistent Adam passages
			§11.6 Conclusions
		§12 Until he comes
			§12.1 The coming (parousia) of Christ
			§12.2 The parousia hope in the Thessalonian letters
			§12.3 Christ's role in the end events in the later letters
			§12.4 The delay of the parousia
			§12.5 Conclusions
CHAPTER 5
	The Beginning of Salvation
		§13 The crucial transition
			§13.1 A new epoch
			13.2 Grace as event
			§13.3 The new beginning
			§13.4 Metaphors of salvation
		§14 Justification by faith
			§14.1 A new perspective on Paul
			§14.2 The righteousness of God
			§14.3 The impact of Paul's conversion
			§14.4 Works of the law in Judaism
			§14.5 Not of works
			§14.6 Self-achieved righteousness?
			§14.7 By faith alone
			§14.8 Faith in Christ
			§14.9 The blessings of Justification
		§15 Participation in Christ
			§15.1 Christ mysticism
			§15.2 In Christ, in the Lord
			§15.3 With Christ
			§15.4 Complementary formulations
			§15.5 The corporate Christ
			§15.6 The consequences of participation in Christ
		§16 The gift of the Spirit
			§16.1 The third aspect
			§16.2 The eschatological Spirit
			§16.3 Receiving the Spirit
			§16.4 The experience of the Spirit
			§16.5 The blessings of the Spirit
			§16.6 Conclusion
		§17 Baptism
			§17.1 The traditional view
			§17.2 Exegetical issues
			§17.3 An ordo salutis?
			§17.4 Infant baptism
CHAPTER 6
	The Process of Salvation
		§18 The eschatological tension
			§18.1 Between the times
			§18.2 Already-not yet
			§18.3 The divided "I"
			§18.4 Flesh and Spirit
			§18.5 Sharing Christ's sufferings
			§18.6 The process completed
			§18.7 Conclusions and corollaries
		§19 Israel (Romans 9-11)
			§19.1 Has God's word failed (9.1-5)?
			§19.2 Who is Israel (9.6)?
			§19.3 The character of Israel's election (9.7-29)
			§19.4 Israel's misunderstanding of its call (9.30-10.21)
			§19.5 Israel not abandoned (11.1-24)
			§19.6 All Israel shall be saved (11.25-36)
			§19.7 The final goal (15.7-13)
			§19.8 Conclusions
CHAPTER 7
	The Church
		§20 The body of Christ
			§20.1 Redefining corporate identity
			§20.2 The church of God
			§20.3 Community without cult
			§20.4 The body of Christ
			§20.5 Charismatic community
			§20.6 The shared experience of the Spirit
			§20.7 An unrealistic vision?
		§21 Ministry and authority
			§21.1 Charism and office
			§21.2 Paul's apostolic authority
			§21.3 The other regular ministries
			§21.4 The ministry and authority of women
			§21.5 The authority of the congregation
			§21.6 Discerning the spirits
			§21.7 Conclusion
		§22 The Lord's Supper
			§22.1 The problem in assessing Paul's theology of the Lord's Supper
			§22.2 Influence from other religions?
			§22.3 The origin of the sacrament
			§22.4 The situation in Corinth
			§22.5 Paul's theology of the Lord's Supper: spiritual food
			§22.6 Paul's theology of the Lord's Supper: sharing in the one body
			§22.7 Paul's theology of the Lord's Supper: christology
CHAPTER 8
	How Should Believers Live?
		§23 Motivating principles
			§23.1 Indicative and imperative
			§23.2 Once more, the law
			§23.3 Faith and "the law of faith"
			§23.4 Spirit and "the law of the Spirit"
			§23.5 Christ and "the law of Christ"
			§23.6 Liberty and love
			§23.7 Traditional wisdom
			§23.8 Conclusions
		§24 Ethics in practice
			§24.1 The social context
			§24.2 Living within a hostile world — Rom. 12.9-13.14
			§24.3 Living with fundamental disagreements — Rom. 14.1-15.6
			§24.4 Living between two worlds: sexual conduct (1 Corinthians 5-6)
			§24.5 Living between two worlds: marriage and divorce(1 Corinthians 7)
			§24.6 Living between two worlds: slavery (1 Cor. 7.20-23)
			§24.7 Living between two worlds: social relations(1 Corinthians 8-10)
			§24.8 The collection
			§24.9 Conclusion
CHAPTER 9
	Epilogue
		§25 Postlegomena to a theology of Paul
			§25.1 Paul's theology as dialogue
			§25.2 The stable foundation of Paul's theology
			§25.3 The fulcrum point of Paul's theology
			§25.4 Centre and development
			§25.5 Innovative and lasting features
Index of Subjects
Index of Modem Authors
Index of Scripture and Other Ancient Writings
	OLD TESTAMENT
	APOCRYPHA
	NEW TESTAMENT
	PSEUDEPIGRAPHA
	DEAD SEA SCROLLS
	RABBINIC LITERATURE
	EARLY CHRISTIAN WRITINGS
	CLASSICAL AND HELLENISTIC LITERATURE
                        

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