Paul the Apostle: The Triumph of God in Life and Thought

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Index of Passages Cited
Page numbers in italics indicate that the reference is in the notes.
OLD TESTAMENT
Genesis
1–3 — 223
2:17 — 388
3 — 86, 239
3:19 — 224
12:3 — 375
15:5 — 96
15:6 — 47, 48, 78, 81, 95, 96, 97, 98,
120, 251
15:15 — 223
17 — 102
17:7 — 49, 50
17:10 — 102
18:18 — 48, 98
22:9 — 251
28:8 — 223
35:29 — 223
49:10 — 87
Exodus
3:1 — 4:17 — 116
12:12–13 — 204
20:17 — 239
24:4–8 — 204
24:15–18 — 392
34 — 295
40:34–38 — 392
Leviticus
18:5 — 54, 55, 56, 104, 121, 246, 260,
261
18:15 — 246
19:18 — 105
Deuteronomy
5:17–21 — 390
5:21 — 350
6:4 — 82, 250, 268
13:1–3 — 114
18:15 — 297
18:20–22 — 114
21:23 — 55, 182, 350
27:26 — 52, 373, 350
30:14 — 121, 246
32:43 — 74
33:2 — 274
Joshua
7 — 392
1 Samuel
14 — 392
1 Kings
22:19–22 — 116
1 Chronicles — 315
2 Chronicles — 315
Ezra — 315
Nehemiah — 315
Job
5:26 — 223
Psalms
6:5 — 223
18:4 — 71, 223
22 — 203
31:6 — 157
32 — 96
32:1 — 102

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Preface to the First Paperback Edition xiii
  • Part One - Introduction 1
  • 1: Paul: Apostle to the Gentiles 3
  • 2: The Character of Paul's Thought 11
  • Part Two - The Contingency of the Gospel 21
  • 3: Contingency and Coherence in Paul's Letters 23
  • 4: Contextual Interpretation I 37
  • 5: Contextual Interpretation Ii 59
  • 6: Contextual Theology in Romans and Galatians 94
  • 7: Tradition and Gospel 109
  • Part Three - The Coherence of the Gospel 133
  • 8: Paul's Apocalyptic Theology 135
  • 9: The Scandal of the Cross 182
  • 10: The Dilemma of Sin and Death 213
  • 11: The Enigma of the Law 235
  • 12: The Gift and the Demand of Salvation 255
  • 13: The Responsibility of Life in Christ 272
  • 14: The Church as the Dawning of the New Age 303
  • 15: The Destiny of Israel 328
  • Part Four - Conclusion 349
  • 16: The Triumph of God 351
  • Abbreviations 369
  • Notes 371
  • Bibliography of Works Cited 399
  • Indexes 419
  • Index of Passages Cited 421
  • Index of Names 447
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