N.T. Lit: Romans
12-06-19 Please note: site is still under construction!
Instructor: Pamela Eisenbaum
Office: Iliff Hall 103
Office Phone: 303-621-5332
Course Overview and Objectives
This course is designed as a seminar for students who have completed at least one introductory course (or the equivalent) in New Testament. Primary objectives include:
The in-depth study of Romans, its background, its argument(s), its theology, and its theological influence in the Christian tradition.
Better knowledge of the important and diverse issues and debates that characterize recent scholarship on Romans and Pauline theology generally.
This course fulfills the depth requirement in the TX Category
Required for Everyone:
Romans in Full Circle
(WJK: 2005). ISBN 0664228739
Outlaw Justice: The Messianic Politics of Paul
(Stanford, 2013). Print edition:
9780804785167 E-book: 9780804785990
If You Call Yourself a Jew: Reappraising Paul’s Letter to the Romans
(Cambridge, 2015). Print edition ISBN: 9780227175019 E-book: 9780227903865
Required for PhD Students:
Rereading of Romans: Justice, Jews and Gentiles
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