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Paul and the Revisionists: Did Luther Really Get it All Wrong?

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After the advent of the “new perspective” on Paul as explicated in E. P. Sanders, Krister Stendahl, and N.T. Wright, we need to ask: did Luther get Paul right? In this essay, Donfried analyzes N.T. Wright along with David Brondos on whether Paul—and Luther—properly interpreted concepts such as “law” or “justification” in light of ancient Judaism(s). In contrast to the “new perspective,” Donfried argues that Paul got the Judaisms of his own era right and Luther got Paul right: we are justified or rightwised before God because of the presence of Jesus Christ in the faith of the one who believes.
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Keywords: David Brondos; E.P. Sanders; Martin Luther; N.T. Wright; Paul; Simon Gathercole; justification; law

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: March 1, 2007

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