"Over several years, Scott Hafemann has been steadily amassing a portfolio of impressive work on Paul within his larger biblical and covenantal context. This opens up dimensions that are often ignored or downplayed but which are arguably vital to any serious historical and theological reading of the great apostle. The present volume makes this important work freshly available so that it can have the impact it deserves."
N.T. Wright, Research Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity, University of St. Andrews
"It is excellent to have Hafemann's essays collected together here, and updated to include the latest scholarship. This book encapsulates Hafemann's combination of exegetical skill and theological interest, which are all too rare in Pauline studies."
Simon Gathercole, Senior Lecturer in New Testament, University of Cambridge
"... masterful and insightful ... This volume is highly recommended for scholars and graduate students working on Paul or the New Testament… Certain essays will also prove beneficial for certain other audiences as well, particualrly pastoral leaders and undergraduates."
Jacob J. Prahlow, in Heythrop Journal, Vol 57, Issue 4