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  1. Reading Ephesians and Colossians after Supersessionism

    Lionel J. Windsor

    Cascade / OCT 2017

    The apostolic mission from Israel to “the nations” forms the explicit framework for Ephesians and Colossians. Yet the concrete dynamics of this mission seldom play any significant role... read more »
  2. Reading Philippians after Supersessionism

    Christopher Zoccali

    Cascade / OCT 2017

    Paul’s letter to the Philippians has often been read as one of the apostle’s clearest denials of his (previous) Jewish identity in order to preempt the “Judaizing” tactics... read more »
  3. Reading Revelation After Supersessionism

    Ralph J. Korner

    Cascade / NOV 2020

    In this volume, Ralph Korner argues that John’s extensive social identification with Judaism(s), Jewishness, and Jewish institutions does not reflect a literary program of... read more »
  4. Reading Romans after Supersessionism

    J. Brian Tucker

    Cascade / AUG 2018

    The Letter to the Romans explains the way Paul thought Jewish covenantal identity continued now that the messianic era had begun. More particularly, Paul addresses the relevance of Abraham for Jews... read more »

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