Krister Stendahl’s Classic Article, “The Apostle Paul and the Introspective Conscience of the West”

First published in 1963 in Harvard Theological Review, Vol. 55, No. 4, Stendahl’s classic article is always helpful for those entering into the difficult terrain of Pauline scholarship, especially the question of Paul’s understanding of justification. A worthy read for those entering into the question and an enjoyable re-readable classic and refresher for those who have read him in the past and are familiar with the conversation. Click on the title below for a copy of the whole article for your intellectual reading pleasure:

The Apostle Paul and the Introspective Conscience of the West

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About David A. Burnett

I am currently a grad student at Criswell College in Dallas, Texas working on an Academic MA in Biblical and Theological Studies with a focus on Biblical Interpretation in Antiquity. I also have a BA in Biblical Studies from Criswell. I am currently the Teaching Pastor of Arthur City Baptist Church. My research interests include: Re-appropriation of OT Narrative in Early Judaism and Christianity; Second Temple Jewish Backgrounds to the NT; NT Christology; Narrative Christology in the Synoptic Gospels; Studies in the Pauline Corpus: Paul’s Use of Scripture, Paul’s Messianism, Paul’s Apocalypticism, and Paul’s View of Divine Sonship.

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