Book Notice: FS for Jerome Murphy-O’Connor (CBQMS)

I just came across the advertisement for a FS for Jerome Murphy-O’Connor called Celebrating Paul (CBQMS; ed. P. Spitaler, 2011). After scouring the internet I finally found the table of content with the list of contributors and it is really impressive – a testament to the legacy of JMOC’s scholarship (esp on 1-2 Corinthians).

I have set in bold the essays I am seriously interesting in reading.

The significance of the Pauline writings / Joseph A. Fitzmeyer –
Divisions are necessary (1 Corinthians 11:19) / Jerome Murphy-O’Connor –
In search of the historical Paul / James D.G. Dunn –
“I rate all things as loss” : Paul’s puzzling accounting system : Judaism as loss or the re-evaluation of all things in Christ? / William S. Campbell –
Paul and the Jewish tradition : the ideology of the Shema / Mark D. Nanos –
Paul, a change agent : model for the twenty-first century / John J. Pilch –
Paul’s four discourses about sin / Stanley K. Stowers –
Adam and Christ in the Pauline Epistles / Pheme Perkins –
Living in newness of life : Paul’s understanding of the moral life / Frank J. Matera –
Ecocentric or anthropocentric? : a reading of Romans 8:18-25 / Jan Lambrecht –
“Set apart for the gospel” (Romans 1:1) : Paul’s self-introduction in the letter to the Romans / Ekkehard W. Stegemann –
Adam, Christ, and the law in Romans 5-8 / Brendan Byrne –
[Nomos, agapē], and [charismata] in Paul’s writings / Helmut Koester –
Interpreting Romans 11:14 : what is at stake? / Jean-Noël Aletti –
Reinterpreting Romans 13 within its broader context / Robert Jewett –
“To the Jew first” (Romans 1:16) : Paul’s defense of Jewish privilege in Romans / Gregory Tatum –
Paul, ritual purity, and the ritual baths south of the Temple Mount (Acts 21:15-28) / David E. Aune –
Where have all my siblings gone? : a reflection on the use of kinship language in the Pastoral Epistles / Raymond F. Collins –
Augustine’s Pauline method : 1 Corinthians 11:2-16 as a case study / Thomas F. Martin.

If you’d like to order the book, it is a very reasonable $25 ($20 for members of CBA).