Galatians 3:28: Did Paul put this into practice?

  • Aune, David. 2010. “Galatians 3.28 and the problem of equality in the church and society” in P. Walters (ed) From Judaism to Christianity: Tradition and transition. Leiden: Brill, p153-83.
  • Botha, P. 2000. “Submission and violence: Exploring gender relations in the first-century world” Neotestamentica. 34.1. pp1-38.
  • Buell, Denise Kimber and Caroline Johnson Hodge, 2004. “The Politics of Interpretation: The Rhetoric of Race and Ethnicity in Paul,” Journal of Biblical Literature 123.2: 235-51.
  • Byron, John. 2008. Recent Research on Paul and Slavery. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix.
  • Campbell, Douglas. 2003. “Reconciliation in Paul: The gospel of negation and transcendence in Galatians 3.28” in The theology of reconciliation, ed. C. Gunton. New York: T&T Clark, p39-65.
  • Clarke, Andrew. 2002. “Jew and Greek, slave and free, male and female: Paul’s theology of ethnic, social, and gender inclusiveness in Romans 16. In Rome in the Bible and the early church, ed. by P. Oakes. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic. p103-25.
  • Cosgrove, Charles. 2006. “Did Paul value ethnicity?” in Catholic Biblical Quarterly 68.2, p268-90.
  • David, Pablo Virgilio S. 2018. “A Postcolonial Reading of Galatians 3:28” in Concilium, no 1, p 37-45.
  • Glancy, Jennifer A. 2002. Slavery in Early Christianity. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Harrill, J. Albert. 2016. ‘Paul and Slavery’in Paul in the Greco-Roman World, ed. Paul J. Sampley. London: T&T Clark. Especially 593-98.
  • Horrell, David. 2000. “‘No longer Jew or Greek’ Paul’s corporate Christology and the construction of Christian community” in Christology, controversy and community: New Testament essays in honour of David Catchpole in David Horrell and C.M. Tuckett, eds. Leiden: Brill. p321-44.
  • Horrell, David. 2017. “Paul, Inclusion and Whiteness: Particularizing Interpretation” in Journal for the Study of the New Testament, 40; p 123-47.
  • Interview with Dr. Laura Nasrallah on Race and the Letters of Paul
  • Neutel, Karin B. 2015. A Cosmopolitan Ideal: Paul’s Declaration ‘Neither Jew Nor Greek, Neither Slave Nor Free, Nor Male and Female’ in the Context of First-Century Thought. London: Bloomsbury.
  • Parker, Angela N. 2018. “One Woman’s View of Racial Reconciliation in Galatians,” Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, 34.2: 23-40.
  • Tolmie, François. 2014. “Tendencies in the Interpretation of Galatians 3.28 since 1990” in Acta Theologica, p105-29. See this link, as well:
  • Williams, Demetrius K. 2012. ‘African American Approaches: Rehumanizing the Reader against Racism and Reading through Experience’ in Studying Paul’s Letters: Contemporary Perspectives and Methods, Joseph A Marchal, ed. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, p155-74.

Suggested Practice Gobbets: 1 Corinthians 7.21-24; Ephesians 5.22-28