Richard Hays groundbreaking work continues in Echoes of Scripture.
It is in the pulling up of Hebrew Scriptures that preceded or follow the obvious linkage with a particular Pauline passage that we find the most meaning Hays argues.
The book is very well written and Richard Hays has valuable insight into scripture.
Good read on the Letters of St. Paul. Read it over a weekend.Published 2 months ago by HowDoUKnowtheBibleIsInspiredandInerrant?
Hays points out that Scripture makes extensive use of literary techniques such as foreshadowing, metaphor, allusion, typology, etc. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nancy Pearcey
I don't much care for the premise nor the so-called support for it. I've seen shakier theories that were better supported.Published 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
The book is very well written and Richard Hays has valuable insight into scripture. I recommend this book to anyone searching for a deeper understanding of Paul and the role of Old... Read morePublished on December 17, 2011 by David
Richard Hays groundbreaking work continues in Echoes of Scripture. Following his dissertation on the narrative substructure of Paul's letter, Hays now addresses the critical issue... Read morePublished on May 29, 2007 by Neil E. White