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ThLZ review: Paul and the Vocation of Israel

A review of my book Paul and the Vocation of Israel has appeared in the German journal Theologische Literaturzeitung. Extract [my translation]: “Windsor’s work deserves credit as it will certainly stimulate further exegetical reflection. He has taken Paul’s efforts in self-assurance, by means of his appropriation of Isaiah, and placed them in reference to Paul’s statements about Judaism.”

God’s victory over the enemies of assurance: Overview of Romans 5-8

How does the gospel message deal with the “enemies” of assurance and help us to live confidently with God as our Father?

Overview of Romans 1-4

An overview of the biblical book of Romans, chapters 1-4, given by Lionel Windsor at MooreWomen Talks, April 2015. Audio file: Overview of Romans 1-4 Outline: Overview of Romans 1-4

Learning to live in 3D

Have you ever been watching a 3D movie wearing 3D glasses, and done that thing where you close one eye and look at the screen, then open that eye and close the other eye and look at the screen again? Here’s a thought experiment for you. Do the same thing, metaphorically, with your picture of the Christian life.