It is an ambitious, and some would say perilous, exercise to attempt a synthesis of Pauline theology. Such a project is invariably reductionist in nature, and all too easily amounts to a summary overview. Our purpose here is more specific-to map and analyze something of the range, shape, and contours of Pauline theology, with a view to the interaction between Paul's theological thought and the range of cultural, social, and worldview issues that were frequently foremost in Paul's considerations.
|Title of host publication||All things to all cultures|
|Subtitle of host publication||Paul among Jews, Greeks, and Romans|
|Editors||Mark Harding, Alanna Nobbs|
|Place of Publication||Grand Rapids, Michigan|
|Publisher||Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company|
|Number of pages||39|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|