Grace in Galatia: A Commentary on St. Paul's Letter to the Galatians
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1998 - 477 páginas
Grace in Galatia is an innovative socio-rhetorical study of Paul's most polemical letter. Ben Witherington breaks new ground by analyzing the whole of Galatians as a deliberative discourse meant to forestall the Galatians from submitting to circumcision and the Jewish law. The commentary features the latest discussion of major problems in Pauline studies, including Paul's view of the law and the relationship between the historical data in Galatians and in Acts. Yet the narrative character of Witherington's work allows it to remain exceedingly accessible. The volume also includes sections following the major divisions of the commentary that point to the relevance of the text for believers today, making Grace in Galatia of special value to pastors and general readers as well as students and scholars.
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Highly informative and readableReseña de usuario - Jack3 - Christianbook.com
This commentary is invaluable in order to fully understand the world in which the Galatians lived. It allows us to truly understand the impetus behind the letter, as well as why certain things are ... Leer reseña completa
An excellent, and well-rounded resource. Without being too "technical", this commentary helps the reader understand both the social ethos and theological intricacies of the Epistle to the Galatians ... Leer reseña completa
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