Gordon D. Fee, Pauline Christology: An Exegetical-Theological Study (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, ), pages, ISBN Gordon D. Fee. On Pauline Perspectives, Matthew Montonini has news of 81 pages worth of sample pages from Gordon Fee’s new book on Pauline. This will be the first post in an ongoing review and summary of Gordon Fee’s Pauline Christology. This book is an attempt to see Paul’s.

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An Exegetical-theological Study Gordon D. An Interview with Michael Brown: Set up a giveaway. Nature and Function of Christian Scripture “[Fee] brings his great erudition and theological insight to bear on the topic of Paul’s christology, which strangely, as Fee points out, has not been the subject of many explicit book-length studies.

As Fee mentions in his introduction 16—20there are three key texts 1 Cor 8: His work helpfully and rightly covers all the letters in the Pauline corpus.

It is sure to remain the standard in the field for some time to come.

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Anyone doing work in this area will have to work with and respond to Dr. In part one he scrutinizes all the Pauline letters in chronological order with sections involving descriptions and titles. Gordon Fee and Mark Strauss: Jesus is an object of worship, to whom Paul is completely devoted. But this is somewhat understandable since he had already discussed Colossians at length and the similarities between pauljne two letter great though perhaps he could have discussed more, being pualine God’s Empowering Presence is about pages longer.


Shameful Bodies Peace Through Christ: He groups similar themes in individual books into sections if they are short. Very useful for reflection and devotional reading.

Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Truett Theological Seminary, Baylor University. This distinction is not one that Paul makes, as Fee notes: It will at once take its place as the gordno study of this crucial topic, and its innovative proposals regarding some of the texts will stimulate a lively ongoing debate.

Next Fee provides a brief review of the secondary literature on Pauline Christology in the twentieth century 10— It is an enormously helpful and insightful volume, one with which every student of Paul will need to become familiar. For more information on obtaining a subscription to RBL, please visit http: Account Options Sign in. I am only an interested layperson but I could easily follow Dr.

One of the more interesting concepts perhaps very familiar to Bible scholars that Fee uses is that of “echoes.

Fee draws on his close lifetime study of the material to present a clear and gripping account of Paul’s high Christology in constant reasoned debate with scholars who interpret the material in other ways. This work, encyclopedic in its length and format, goes a long way toward making up for such neglect. Any future work on Paul’s Christology or christological studies in general will be forced to reckon with this magnificent volume.

The author’s synthesis covers the following themes: Customers who bought this item also bought. What he said in one of his later letters serves as a kind of motto yordon his entire Christian life: Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.


Chapter 12 deals with Christ as the preexistent and incarnate Savior — It is comprehensive in its treatment of Pauline Christology. The reason for the controversy is the ambiguity in punctuation.

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Moreover, these themes are picked up later in 1 Cor The text lends itself in style and format to use as a familiar reference tool. The author’s synthesis covers the following themes: Readers who have some acquaintance with Greek language and grammar will best be able to follow Fee’s arguments. He brings his great erudition and theological insight to bear on the topic of Paul’s christology, which strangely, as Fee points out, has not been the subject of many explicit book-length studies.

Use of this clearly written and persuasively argued study will put the reader deeply in Fee’s debt. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Gordonn book will be suitable for more advanced students who are payline an MDiv or first degree in Theology as well as those undertaking graduate-level courses in New Testament. It is exemplary both in its scholarly approach and it its recourse to other curistology literature.