Paul in the grip of the philosophers: the apostle and contemporary Continental philosophy

Minneapolis: Fortress Press (2013)
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One of the remarkable developments in the contemporary study of Paul is the dramatic interest in his thought amongst European philosophers. This collection of insights from leading scholars makes accessible a discussion often elusive to those not already conversant in the categories of European philosophy"--Publisher description.

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