E 119 The Ethics of the Later Pauline Letters (2000)

The later Pauline letters raise a number of distinct questions for ethics. Their theological, linguistic and literary features set them apart from the other Pauline material, and the place and nature of the ethical material in them is also quite distinctive.

This clear study surveys the key issues, addresses contemporary objections to the ethical stance of the epistles, and offers reflection on the place of the later Pauline letters within the project of Christian ethical thinking. Includes a full bibliography.
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Author: Revd Dr Colin Hart

Colin is Lecturer in Practical Theology at St John's College, Nottingham. He has research degrees in New Testament and in Ethics and has been on the staff of St John's for 13 years, following 13 years in parish ministry. He has three grown-up children and two grandchildren, and his main interest is listening to music.

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