A Theological Introduction to Paul's Letters: Exploring a Threefold Theology of Paul

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In this study Kim explores a new way of reading Paul's letters and understanding his theology with a focus on three aspects of Paul's gospel: "the righteousness of God," "faith of Christ," and "the body of Christ." Kim argues that Paul's thought can be best understood by reading these genitives as the subjective or attributive genitives, rather than as the objective genitives. The subjective or attributive reading places an emphasis on the subject's participation: God's participatory righteousness, Christ's faithful obedience to God, and the believer's living of Christ's body. Using this approach, Kim investigates the root of Paul's theology in a wide array of texts and contexts: in the Hebrew Bible, Second Temple Judaism, the Greco-Roman world, and Paul's canonical letters. In doing so, Kim synthesizes Paul's theology and ethics seamlessly, balancing the roles of God, Christ, and believers in Paul's gospel.

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This book reengages Paul's gospel with a focus on the role of three kinds of participants in his gospel: God, the Messiah, and believers.

  • A new wave of Pauline theology characterized by the threefold participation of God, Christ, and believer
  • An extensive, insightful, original research on key themes of faith and righteousness
  • Engaging Paul for today: Convergence of theology and ethics

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Yung Suk Kim is Associate Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology, Virginia Union University, Richmond. He is the author of numerous books, including Christ's Body in Corinth (2008) and Messiah in Weakness (2016).

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