This course investigates Paul's Epistle to the Romans, considering it in the light of Paul's other letters as well as in the broader historical and religious context of the first century. Topics explored include Paul's reinterpretation of Jewish traditions; reflections on Roman political authority; theological anthropology and theories of moral progress; the relationship between Gentiles and Jews; and the way Paul revisist, and modifies, topics addressed in other letters.
Prerequisite: NT 101.
Note: Enrollment limited to twelve students.
- Professor: Jeremy Hultin