Journal Article: Israel and the Apostolic Mission in Ephesians and Colossians
Ephesians and Colossians, like Acts, envisage the apostolic mission of Christ as a Jew-gentile dynamic. An open access academic journal article summarizing and updating the argument in my book on Ephesians and Colossians.
My papers on Galatians and Ephesians at IBR/SBL 2022
My papers at IBR/SBL 2022: How does the first half of Galatians 6:16 help us understand what Paul means by the “Israel of God”? In the united body of Christ in Ephesians, is there room for plurality?
“Paul within Judaism” and Romans 2:17–29
My article on Romans 2:17–29 supports one key feature of the “Paul within Judaism” perspective, but undermines another common feature.
Supersessionism and the New Perspective
Here are my views on the issue of the New Perspective and Supersessionism, in light of a debate in the Harvard Theological Review.
Who are “the saints” in Ephesians?
Who are “the saints” in Ephesians? Only Jewish believers in Christ? Or all believers in Christ? Here’s my answer.
FBS Paper: “Every construction”? Ecclesiological Plurality in Ephesians 2:19–22
Here is the video recording of an academic paper I presented at the Sydney Meeting of the Fellowship for Biblical Studies, Online meeting, 22 May 2020.
My SBL 2019 Paper on Ephesians 2:19–22
I’ll be presenting a paper on Ephesians 2:19–22 at the Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting on 23 November 2019: Lionel Windsor, “Plural Constructions and Post-supersessionist Possibilities in Ephesians 2:19–22” Abstract The final sentence of Ephesians 2 (vv. 19–22), which describes gentile inclusion using an extended construction metaphor, is awash with interrelated exegetical issues. These […]