Surprise Quote of the Day
"Reading Paul is not reading other people's mail. It is reading mail meant for all of us, however we may construe Paul's message"
No, not from the pen of a conservative trying desperately to refuse the historical situatedness of the biblical text, but from Alan Segal's essay ("Universalism in Judaism and Christianity") in Paul in his Hellenistic Context, ed. Troels Engberg-Pedersen, p. 29.