Judgment According to Works in Romans: The Meaning and Function of Divine Judgment in Paul's Most Important Letter
Release Date: Tuesday, October 1, 2013
“This book, which is carefully written and carefully argued, reminds us of the complexity of Paul’s theology of salvation and all aspects of it, including justification. Justification does not nullify the reality of God’s judgment on sin. Kevin McFadden deals with this controverted area and its secondary literature with precision, skill, and evenhandedness.”
—Frank W. Hughes
Diocesan School of Theology
Episcopal Diocese of Western Louisiana
“The topic of judgment according to works is a vital but often neglected aspect of Paul's theology. Kevin McFadden's study of this theme in Romans usefully assesses current options and argues an exegetically informed and theologically sensitive proposal.”
—Douglas J. Moo
"Looking for a thorough update to the seemingly never-ending debate over Paul’s puzzling combination of judgment according to works and justification by faith alone apart from works? Look no further. This is it. McFadden takes on the host of ‘new,’ ‘fresh,’ and other perspectives on Paul’s soteriology, and argues forcefully that the ‘old’ ways are more than worthy of another hearing, though with a few new twists of his own."
—Kent L. Yinger
George Fox Evangelical Seminary
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