Reading Philippians after Supersessionism : Jews, Gentiles, and Covenant Identity. (eBook, 2017) [WorldCat.org]
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Reading Philippians after Supersessionism : Jews, Gentiles, and Covenant Identity.

Author: Christopher Zoccali
Publisher: Eugene : Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2017.
Series: New Testament after supersessionism.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Paul's letter to the Philippians has often been read as one of the apostle's clearest denials of his (previous) Jewish identity in order to preempt the ""Judaizing"" tactics of false teachers who might infiltrate the congregation. But is this really the problem that Paul is confronting? And did Paul really abandon his identity as a Jew in order to ""know Christ""? Furthermore, what should Paul's gospel converts  Read more...
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Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Zoccali, Christopher.
Reading Philippians after Supersessionism : Jews, Gentiles, and Covenant Identity.
Eugene : Wipf and Stock Publishers, ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Zoccali
ISBN: 9781532639883 1532639880
OCLC Number: 1020686267
Description: 1 online resource (188 pages)
Series Title: New Testament after supersessionism.

Abstract:

Paul's letter to the Philippians has often been read as one of the apostle's clearest denials of his (previous) Jewish identity in order to preempt the ""Judaizing"" tactics of false teachers who might infiltrate the congregation. But is this really the problem that Paul is confronting? And did Paul really abandon his identity as a Jew in order to ""know Christ""? Furthermore, what should Paul's gospel converts understand about their own identity ""in Christ""? Zoccali provides fresh answers to these questions, offering a more probable alternative to the traditional view that Christianity has.

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