Whom God Has Called
The Relationship of Church and Israel in Pauline Interpretation, 1920 to the Present
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"Christopher Zoccali is a careful reader. His volume offers a clear, critically nuanced overview of prevailing and emerging views of the last century of scholarship. He makes his own analytical framework clear as well, and from therein perceptively explains how each viewpoint sustains or strains the contours of the textual evidence."
--Mark D. Nanos
"As with any fundamental shift in perspective, the 'new perspective on Paul' has brought with it a new set of puzzles and problems. Of these, none is more puzzling or problematical than the significance of 'Israel' for Paul. In this excellent book, Zoccali provides us with a very helpful description of the variety of interpretation among contemporary scholars and a penetrating analysis of the key points of exegetical debate. A very welcome contribution."
--Terence L. Donaldson
Wycliffe College, Toronto
"...This conscious combination of contemporary theological concerns and exegesis in a sophisticated, substantive way is the great strength of this volume."
-- Pamele Eisenbaum, Iliff School of Theology, as reviewed in Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 75/2013