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Have you read any of Witherington's socio-rhetorical commentaries on Paul's writings? If so, what did you think of them.

I loved the one book by Brown that I read, The Churches the Apostles Left Behind, but I understand that many writers consider him somewhat dated, possibly because he didn't have access to the latest information from the DSS. My impression is that, as you indicate, Wright and Sanders may be the dominant forces in Pauline scholarship today.

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