There are over one hundred explicit quotations of Scripture in Paul's letters and at least two hundred allusions. The coming of Jesus and the birth of the church caused Paul to look at the Scriptures with new eyes, sometimes clarifying what was written and sometimes reinterpreting it.
Paul and Scripture illuminates Paul's use of the Old Testament, providing a big-picture overview for students of the New Testament. Steve Moyise, a recognized expert on the use of the Old Testament in the New, discusses Paul's handling of creation stories, Abraham, Moses, the Law, the Prophets, and the Writings. He then assesses competing contemporary approaches to Paul's interpretations of Scripture.
1. Paul and the Creation Stories
2. Paul and Abraham
3. Paul and Moses
4. Paul and the Law
5. Paul and the Prophets: Israel and the Gentiles
6. Paul and the Prophets: The Life of the Christian Community
7. Paul and the Writings
8. Modern Approaches to Paul's Use of Scripture
Appendix 1: Paul's Quotations from Isaiah
Appendix 2: Index of Paul's Quotations
Appendix 3: Extracts from the Dead Sea Scrolls
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