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Table of Contents
                            Copyright
Title Page
Series Page
Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction: Getting Ready to Read Romans
First Part of Romans
	1. Making Connections (1:1–17)
First Phase: The Unjust Social Order (1:18–3:20)
	2. The Critique of Pagan Injustice (1:18–2:5)
	3. Transition: The Impartiality of Divine Justice (2:6–16)
	4. The Critique of the Polity of Israel (2:17–3:20)
Second Phase: The Coming of Messianic Justice (3:21–5:21)
	5. Justice Outside the Law (3:21–31)
	6. The Justice of Abraham (4:1–25)
	7. Messianic Justice (4:25–5:11)
	8. How Much More: The Adamic and the Messianic (5:12–21)
Third Phase A: Before and After (6:1–7:6)
	9. Living After Dying (6:2–11)
	10. Partial Analogies (6:12–7:6)
Third Phase B: The Great Transition (7:7–8:39)
	11. Death and the Law (7:7–25)
	12. The Spirit and Life (8:1–17)
	13. Affliction and Solidarity (8:18–39)
Fourth Phase: Divine Promise and Improvisation (9:1–11:36)
	14. Has the Promise Failed? (9:1–29)
	15. The History of Justice (9:30–10:4)
	16. Speaking and Hearing: How Justice Comes (10:5–21)
	17. The Redemption of (All) Israel (11:1–12)
	18. Warning to the Nations (11:12–24)
	19. Eucatastrophe (11:25–36)
Fifth Phase: The Corporate Improvisation of Justice in the Now-Time (12:1–15:13)
	20. The Messianic Body (12:1–13)
	21. Overcome Evil with Good (12:14–13:7)
	22. After the Law (13:8–14)
	23. Welcome: The Messianic Sociality (14:1–15:13)
Coda
	24. Paul’s Messianic Mission (15:14–33)
	25. Traces of the New Sociality (16:1–27)
Bibliography
Index
Cultural Memory in the Present
                        

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