I have added the paper that I presented at last weekend’s ETS Northwest Regional Meeting to the downloaded essays/papers page (see here). It is titled “The Eschatological Voice of Romans 8.1-25” in which I argue that in this passage we should recognize the thesis that “the resurrected children of God will reign and rule with Christ over the new creation in the age to come being and doing for the created order what Adam and Eve failed to be and do.” It is a marco-exegetical survey of the Adam-Christ juxtaposition in this epistle with emphasis on how this motif should shape our reading of 8.1-25, especially vv. 18-23.
Your feedback is more than welcome. You can comment on the “Essays/Papers” page if you’d like to do so.