In this study, Aaron O'Kelley argues that the 'new perspective' on Paul rests on a faulty hermeneutical presupposition, namely, that covenantal nomism could not have served as a foil for Paul in the development of a doctrine of justification that resembles that of the Reformation.
"Carefully researched and argued, Aaron O'Kelley's monograph offers a refreshing engagement of New Testament scholarship from the perspective of historical and systematic theology."
- Kevin W. McFadden, Cairn University, USA
Aaron O'Kelley grew up in northeast Texas and attended East Texas Baptist University. While there, he married his wife, Joni, in 2001. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Religion in 2002 and then moved to Louisville, Kentucky, where he earned a Master of Divinity degree in 2006 and a Doctor of Philosophy in Systematic Theology in 2010. He served as pastor of Corn Creek Baptist Church in Milton, Kentucky, from 2003-2009 before moving to Jackson. He currently serves as Pastor at Cornerstone Community Church.
Aaron and Joni have two children, Benjamin and Ethan.
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