Conflict and Identity in Romans: The Social Setting of Paul's Letter
Author: Philip F. Esler Retail Price: $46.31 Our Price: $46.31
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What was Paul's purpose in writing to the Romans? Utilizing archaeology, epigraphy, and social-scientific methods, Esler concludes that the apostle was attempting to facilitate conflict resolution among the believers in Rome---especially between Judeans and non-Judeans. In the process, Paul hoped to establish an identity for them that would incorporate various groups into a unified entity. 480 pages, softcover from Fortress.