As we better understand Jesus and the first century, we can better understand today.
Professor N.T. Wright’s work is part of a fresh paradigm on Paul, informed by historical research. Through this work, people have a much better understanding of the first century.
David’s research is informed by this work:
David released The Introduction of Romans, Refreshed in June, 2020.
(He is currently working on a second edition, expanding the same basic argument.)
For more information, see the Book Release page.
David is currently working on a second edition of The Introduction of Romans, Refreshed.
See David’s notes on verses at dstheology.wordpress.com :
- Romans 1:1 – Having been separated into the gospel
- Romans 1:2 – Which he promised beforehand
- Romans 1:3 – The having come into being
See David’s grammar questions on B-Greek, The Biblical Greek Forum:
- Romans 1:1. Own translation. Grammar check
- Romans 1:2. Grammar enquiry
- Romans 1:3. Own translation. Grammar check
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