John Barclay has written a hard-hitting review of N. T. Wright’s Paul and the Faithfulness of God. If you know anything about the interactions between Barclay and Wright over the last several years, you will not be surprised that Barclay comes down pretty hard on Wright. Barclay concludes:
The stimulus offered by this book will be lessened, and perhaps cancelled, by its persistently shrill and overheated rhetoric.
Ouch. Like I said; it’s a tough review. Read the rest here.
(HT: Patrick Schreiner)