B 80 Paul and the Subversive Power of Grace


God’s ‘amazing grace’ has long been at the centre of Christian theology—and yet there have been profound disagreements about what grace means.

This compelling study, based on substantial research, explores the different dimensions to grace, what was distinctive about Paul’s understanding of grace, and the radical agenda that still offers the church for today.

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Author: John M G Barclay

John Barclay has been Lightfoot Professor of Divinity at Durham University since 2003, where he teaches New Testament and early Christianity. He is the author of several books on Paul and ancient Judaism, most recently ‘Paul and the Gift’ (Eerdmans, 2015). He is married with three grown-up children, and is a member of an Anglican church.

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