Witherington interviews Barclay on his new book

Ben Witherington has just written a two-part blog in which he interviews John Barclay on his new book, Paul and the Gift. 

Others have already compared Barclay’s book to game-changers such as E. P. Sanders’ Paul and Palestinian Judaism (1977). Witherington now includes Wayne Meeks’ The First Urban Christians (1983) to this growing list of books that changed the shape and direction of the field of Pauline studies.

This two-part post affords a rare chance to hear John talk about the work in his own words:

Part 1

Part 2

If you haven’t yet gotten hold of a copy, and can’t wait until SBL in November (or won’t be attending, like me), find it here (USA) and here (UK).


One comment

  1. Thanks! Enjoyed reading this interview!


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