Book – Lionel J. Windsor. Paul and the Vocation of Israel: How Paul’s Jewish Identity Informs his Apostolic Ministry, with Special Reference to Romans. BZNW 205. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2014.
An up-to-date list of the most relevant Greek resources available on this site
In my book, I argue that Romans 2:28-29 should be understood as the conclusion of a coherent argument, set in the mainstream Jewish synagogue, which seeks to make a definite statement about Jewish (rather than simply Christian) identity.
The Anglican contribution to the Neutral Bay Multifaith service 2014. The topic: “being instruments of peace”
In my book, I argue that the uncircumcised Law-keeper in Romans 2:26-27 should be understood as a Gentile synagogue adherent.
In my book, I argue that the term commonly translated as “robbing temples” is not referring to the robbery of pagan temples, but to the misappropriation of funds intended for the Jerusalem temple.
A sermon about the importance of speaking the gospel of Christ, based on Romans 1:1-6.
Andrew Heard is the Senior Minister of EV Church and has written a paper engaging with an ongoing discussion over the meaning of the verb “teach” in 1 Timothy 2:12.
A sermon preached at St Augustine’s Anglican Church Neutral Bay
Claire S. Smith, Pauline Communities As ‘Scholastic Communities': A Study of the Vocabulary of ‘Teaching’ in 1 Corinthians, 1 and 2 Timothy, and Titus
Themelios has just published an excellent summary review of Claire Smith’s detailed (500 page+!) monograph on the vocabulary of “teaching” in 1 Corinthians and …
In my book, I argue that Paul in Romans 2:17-29 is addressing a Jewish synagogue teacher
In my book, I argue that “Are we [Jews] worse off?” is a plausible translation of the question προεχόμεθα; in Romans 3:9, given the context in which it appears.