Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Another Exciting Pauline Resource

James Ware, whom I heard give probably one of the best papers I have ever heard at an SBL several years ago, is coming out with a unique Pauline resource entitled: Synopsis of the Pauline Letters in Greek and English (Baker Academic; Nov. 2010).

Here is a description:

This handsomely produced Greek-English synopsis of related or parallel passages in the Pauline corpus and the Acts of the Apostles provides an essential tool for studying the New Testament text. Conveniently organized by topic, it is the first conspectus of related passages in Paul's letters both in Paul's original Greek (following the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece) and in English translation (using the NRSV) on facing pages. It is also the first synopsis that includes all thirteen epistles attributed to Paul as well as relevant passages from the portrayal of Paul's teaching and ministry in the book of Acts. This indispensable resource covers over 150 topics and will be of use to New Testament scholars, professors, and students as well as pastors.

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