Paul and the Nations
By James M. Scott
"… Scott offers us a new way to resolve an old problem. Instead of viewing Paul's geographical understanding of the world from a merely Greco-Roman perspective, he suggests that we begin with Paul's distinctly Jewish perspective of the world's geography: the table of the nations. Here Scott makes a compelling case and opens new vistas for understanding Paul as the apostle of the nations."
-- Frank Matera in The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, No. 59 (1997)
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