Addresses Learning Outcome(s)
Compare and evaluate different views on controversial issues in interpretation of Romans and Galatians
Discuss theological aspects of atonement and the work of the Spirit in Romans and Galatians
Evaluate proposals for applying Paul’s teaching to contemporary life and society
Write an essay of 2500 words on the following topics based on a study of relevant material in Romans and Galatians.
“c) How can Paul’s thinking on the justice of God in Romans and Galatians help Christians with contemporary issues they are likely to face in social justice or related areas? Compare at least two different views on this in your answer.”
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Moo, D. (1996) The Epistle to the Romans. NICNT. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans: 69-91.
Moo, J. (2008) Romans 8.19-22 and Isaiah’s Cosmic Covenant. New Testament Studies, 54 (1), 74-89. PRO
Morris, L. (1988) The Epistle to the Romans. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans: 100-103
Turner, G. (2010) The Righteousness of God in Psalms and Romans. Scottish Journal of Theology, 63 (3), 285-301.
Williams, S.K. (1980) The ‘Righteousness of God’ in Romans. Journal of Biblical Literature, 99 (2), 241-290. RPC
Wu, S.F. (2008) “God’s Empowering Presence for His Restorative Justice Mission.” In Catford, C. (Ed) Following Fire. Springvale, Vic: UNOH: 97-109. R
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