Books by John G. Gager

REINVENTING PAUL by John G. Gager
NON-FICTION
Released: July 1, 2000

"Readers who want to explore the issues Gager raises will be well advised to turn to his sources—and, of course, to Paul."
In this lucid overview of recent scholarship on the theology of the Apostle to the Gentiles, Princeton theologian Gager (The Origins of Anti-Semitism, 1983) challenges the received view of Paul as a convert from Judaism to Christianity who rejected the law of Moses and taught that God was replacing the people of Israel with a new Israel, the Christian church. Read full book review >