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Pablo T. Gadenz

Called from the Jews and from the Gentiles

Pauline Ecclesiology in Romans 9–11

[Von Juden und Heiden berufen. Paulinische Ekklesiologie in Röm 9–11.]

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By carefully examining Paul's argument in Romans 9–11 using rhetorical analysis and considering the scriptural background of these chapters, Pablo Gadenz investigates Paul's understanding of the network of relationships between Israel and the nations, both internal and external to the church.
What does the phrase »people of God« mean for Paul? What is the function of the »remnant«, both with respect to Gentile-Christians and to Israel as a whole? What is the relationship between Gentile-Christians and the »hardened« part of Israel? How is Paul's understanding of the future of Israel shaped by the scriptural hope for Israel's restoration? Pablo Gadenz seeks to answer ecclesiological questions such as these as he carefully examines Paul's argument in Romans 9–11. Using rhetorical analysis and paying close attention to the scriptural background of Paul's thought, he investigates the network of relationships between Israel and the nations, both internal and external to the church.
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Pablo T. Gadenz Born 1967; M.Div. and M.A., St. Charles Borromeo Seminary; S.S.L., Pontifical Biblical Institute; S.T.D., Pontifical Gregorian University; currently Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies, Seton Hall University, NJ.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Revue d'histoire et de Philosophie Religieuses — 90 (2010), S. 431–432 (Ch. Grappe)
In: Biblica — 91 (2010), S. 615–618 (Antonio Pitta)
In: Bibel und Kirche — 65 (2010), S. 184 (Hans-Ulrich Weidemann)
In: Religious Studies Review — 37 (2011), S. 61 (Zeba Crook)
In: Catholic Biblical Quarterly — 74 (2012), S. 602–603 (Brian J. Abasciano)
In: Biblische Zeitschrift — 54 (2010), S. 287–288 (Heinz Giesen)
In: New Testament Abstracts — 54 (2010), S. 172
In: Themelios — 35 (2010), S. 80–81 (Andrew David Naselli)
In: Theological Book Review — 22 (2010), S. 31–32 (Derek R. Brown)
In: Journal for the Study of the NT — 32.5 (2010), S. 87–88 (Nicholas H. Taylor)