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What Was St. Paul’s Conversion?

On this day, January 25, Anglicans and other Christians across the globe celebrate the Conversion of St. Paul the Apostle. What kind of conversion...

Tradition and Novelty: Eli and Samuel

By Sam Keyes At the start of 1 Samuel 3, the Old Testament lesson for the Second Sunday after Epiphany this year, we heard this...

Paul, the Reformers, and Perspectives New and Old

If we are to choose between the Reformers and the "New Perspective," we must first read them both.

What Makes Romans So Powerful

Perhaps our era is especially ripe for another liberating encounter with the gospel found in Romans.

Threading the Pauline Needle

New Testament scholar Garwood Anderson of Nashotah House Theological Seminary enters the fray of the New Perspective on Paul.

500 years after Luther, the law/gospel insight remains almost true

Luther's understanding of the gospel has a tremendous liberating appeal, but also grave hermeneutical consequences.

Prayers amid Violence

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry prays after a deadly week for the United States.

‘God’s Truth Will Survive’

20 Minutes with Rowan Williams

Hill Responds to N.T. Wright

Wesley Hill: “Every junior scholar appreciates when a more senior figure in the field takes notice.”

Wright Reviews Hill

“Wesley Hill’s book creatively straddles the traditional divide between biblical and systematic theology.”


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