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Unread 04-13-2016, 03:00 PM   #1
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Paul and Lutheran Justification

In case anyone wanted to watch an interesting debate between Doug Moo and Doug Campbell, here is a debate that took place last year at Ted Logan's alma mater (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School).


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In case anyone wanted to watch an interesting debate between Doug Moo and Doug Campbell, here is a debate that took place last year at Ted Logan's alma mater (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School).


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Who are these guys and what positions do they represent?
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Douglas Moo is a New Testament professor from Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. Among many other things, he wrote the Romans commentary in the New International Commentary on the New Testament series, which is widely considered one of the best scholarly commentaries on Romans in the last generation. He's also one of the chief architects behind the 2011 revision of the NIV.

Moo takes the position that the Lutheran approach is justified. He aligns with evangelical convictions.

Douglas Campbell is a New Testament professor at Duke Divinity School. He specializes in Pauline thought and has written a gigantic book on the subject of justification called The Deliverance of God. He takes the position that the Lutheran understanding of Justification completely misunderstands Paul. Here's a pretty good article that starts to put Campbell's objections in place, but unfortunately Joshua Jipp didn't follow up the article with the planned sequel.

Anyway, I haven't read any of Campbell's work, but it sounds like this is a really exciting area of Pauline investigation.
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Campbell usually gets labelled "apocalyptic" and is following certain lines in Barth (so, reformed, confessional, but not really American evangelical) as well as trying to revive some pre-Reformation (e.g. Athanasius) theology around atonement and Pauline interpretation in a protestant context.
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They said it better than I could.


Also, afaik, Campbell represents a sort of pushback against certain strains of the New Perspective(s) on Paul. Such that a recent book edited by Chris Tilling and comprising of several articles, seeks to sort of play with his Post NPP as elaborated in his giant commentary on Romans that came out a few years back.
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