James P. Ware is professor of religion at the University of Evansville and the author of Synopsis of the Pauline Letters in Greek and English and Paul and the Mission of the Church: Philippians in Ancient Jewish Context.
-- Beeson Divinity School
"This is a beautifully written study of Paul's place in early Christianity and a crisp, clear introduction to his thought. It engages the latest scholarship on the apostle without resorting to tedious summaries of what everyone else is saying and, at the same time, supports its own more traditional understanding of Paul with arguments that are fresh and persuasive. Readers may differ on this or that point, but they will find this study clear, evenhanded, and engaging at every turn." Glen L. Thompson
-- Asia Lutheran Seminary
"An amazing synthesis of Paul's thought. All the key doctrines are covered, while grouped around the key concepts that progressively form a comprehensive whole. Paul's Theology in Context would be an excellent book to provide any Christian pastor or educated layperson with a picture of Paul's worldview--and it is ideal in depth, length, and content as a textbook for any college or seminary course on Paul and his theology."