Timothy Gombis on Paul’s Letter to the Romans

Tim Gombis has written a series of blog posts on Romans. He reads Romans as a pastoral letter. I think his reading is insightful. Click on the links below to have a look.

What sort of text is Romans?

Paul’s ‘Gospel’ ministry in Romans

Paul’s ministry of mutuality

Paul’s apostleship and God’s mission

Paul’s confidence in the gospel

Paul, Habakkuk and faithful improvisation

No one has an inside track with God

Justification and the unity of God’s people

Faithful readings of the law foster unity

God’s universal sovereignty and church unity

Ephesians, not Romans, represents Paul’s theology

Body language in Romans, Part 1

Body language in Romans, Part 2

Body language in Romans, Part 3

Paul sends Abraham to Rome

Justifying the “ungodly”

Scripture behaving badly in Rome

The law’s return to Rome

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