This month the recommended blog list with have a Pauline theme:
5. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians: This blog is a resource-o-rama for the Epistle to the Galatians. If you are at all interested in studying this epistle save this blog into your favorites. The author recommends many, many books that you would have to spend a lot of time searching for otherwise.
4.Pastoral Epistles: Although these epistle disputed as Pauline, they contain Pauline thought. This blog is great. It has a lot of exegetical and translation work–for free!
3. Paul of Tarsus: In Historical Context: This blog investigates Paul in his historical context by a UCLA graduate student who is focusing on letter writing, the Greco-Roman world, and so forth. If you want to know more about the world of Paul, this blog provides the resources.
2. En Epheso: This blog focuses on the Epistle to the Ephesians and Greek grammar, syntax, and so forth.
1. Nijay K. Gupta: Gupta is a student at the University of Durham. He seems to have insider knowledge into the field of Pauline thought and other trends in theology. He also has a lot of advice about graduate studies that may be helpful for those taking that path.
Thanks for the plug! Paul of Tarsus: In Historical Context is still new but I am getting more ideas all the time. By the way I have decided to include a new feature called the Paul Post of the Week.
Yeah, I saw that. I look forward to reading that each week.
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