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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Fee’s work is the most complete and thorough presentation of Pauline Christology presently available. The author provides a detailed analysis of the letters of Paul including those whose authorship is questioned individually, exploring the Christology of each one, and then attempts a synthesis of the exegetical work into a biblical Christology of Paul. One of the more interesting concepts perhaps very familiar to Bible scholars that Fee uses is that of “echoes.
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Time will no doubt prove its worth in New Testament studies. Hendrickson Publishers- Religion – pages. Nature and Function of Christian Scripture “[Fee] brings his great erudition and theological insight to bear on the topic of Paul’s christology, which strangely, as Fee points out, has not been the subject of many explicit book-length studies. Fee No preview available – This distinction is not one that Paul makes, as Fee notes: It is with regards to the latter text that Fee once again asserts that Paul understood Christ as preexistent and the eternal Son of God.
Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. 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.
To say that this work is monumental is to understate the christolovy.
The author’s synthesis covers the following themes: The text lends itself in style and format to use as a familiar reference tool. His graduate education is a degree in religious studies from Fuller Theological Seminary The Holy Spirit in the Letters of Paul What he said in one of his later letters serves as a kind of motto for his entire Christian life: Very useful for reflection and devotional reading.
Pauline Christology: An Exegetical-Theological Study
Fee does, however, provide an English translation and grammatical structure, which parallels the Greek text being discussed. Account Options Sign in. It’s difficult to imagine a way to refute these arguments, given the careful textual detail Fee provides.
MartinInterpretation “This is an ambitious book and an important and useful one. 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. This work, encyclopedic in its length and format, goes a long way toward making up for such neglect. Duke Universityis F.
MontoniniReview of Biblical Literature “Readers cannot go wrong in purchasing this book–loaded with excellent coverage of a quintessential Christian doctrine. So general readers can excavate the essence of Fee’s main points. In a magisterial way, Gordon Fee corrals the evidence in the letters, each having their own christological emphases, and provides exegetical gems along a delightful tour paulie unfolds Paul’s high Christology.
In addition, Paul celebrates Gentile inclusion with the echoing of both chhristology of the exodus. The reason for the controversy is the ambiguity in punctuation.
My library Help Advanced Ogrdon Search. This book is highly recommended for seminary courses in Christology and for graduate seminars in Pauline theology.
Here Fee actually begins at verse 12, which celebrates Gentile inclusion If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to receive more just like it via e-mail.
He is author of many books James F. 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.