Sunday, January 27, 2008

My RBL review of Gordon Fee's Pauline Christology


My RBL review of Gordon Fee's Pauline Christology can be viewed here.




It was an amazing honor to review one of my scholarly heroes in Gordon Fee. I had the opportunity to chat with him at SBL 2006 in D.C. and it was one of those thrills you never forget, especially his ability to make you feel like a peer.




I am also thrilled to see that Don Garlington, another scholar I admire has also written a review of Fee's book that can be viewed here.








3 comments:

Celucien L. Joseph said...

Congratulations Matthew! I'm going to read it.

Lindsay said...

Hello Matthew, thanks for your review. It was this review that helped spur me on to buy the book (and read from cover to cover!)

I'm curious if you've come across any work that is similar to Fee's (exegetical, fairly conservative, scholarly) but with Johannine Christology?

Thanks!

Lindsay said...

Hello Matthew, thanks for your review. It was this review that helped spur me on to buy the book (and read from cover to cover!)

I'm curious if you've come across any work that is similar to Fee's (exegetical, fairly conservative, scholarly) but with Johannine Christology?

Thanks!