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In this study, Kaylor tests his hypothesis that Paul's dominant concern in writing the epistle to the Romans centered on the unity of Jew and Gentile, and that God acted in Christ to unite Jew and Gentile into one covenant community. With this unique view of Romans, Kaylor avoids two problems: anti-Jewish polemic of much Protestant interpretation and post-Holocaust reaction by those who deny tension between Paul and the Torah.
This theological interpretation demonstrates the covenantal assumptions that underlie Paul's theology and Christology. It offers a unique view of Romans and Paul that avoids two previous major problems: the anti-Jewish polemic of much Protestant interpretation of Paul, and recent post-Holocaust reaction by Gaston, Gager, and others who deny tension between Paul and the Torah.
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