This is not a volume for the "already decided." Spanning the spectrum of interpretation, these essays attempt to challenge opposing views, complement points of consensus, and above all contribute to our understanding of Paul's controversial letter to the Romans. In its own unique way, each of these articles compels the reader to return to the text and to listen anew to the message of Romans both for Paul's day and for ours.
"The first edition was indispensable. Its revision and expansion make it even more valuable. To have the major studies in a single volume is not only convenient but obliges one to confront all aspects of a fascinating ongoing debate."ÂJerome Murphy-O'Connor, OP, Professor of New Testament, Ecole Biblique de Jerusalem...Continua