“This five-views work brings together an all-star lineup of Pauline scholars to offer a constructive, interdenominational, up-to-date conversation on key issues of Pauline theology” (from the publisher). The book opens with an article by B. J. Oropeza and Scot McKnight, “Paul in Perspective: An Overview of the Landscape More Than Forty Years after Paul and Palestinian Judaism.” Each subsequent section is then devoted to a discussion of: The Roman Catholic Perspective on Paul (by Brant Pitre), The Traditional Protestant Perspective on Paul (by A. Andrew Das), The New Perspective on Paul (by James D.G. Dunn), The Paul within Judaism Perspective (by Magnus Zetterholm), and The Gift Perspective on Paul (by John M.G. Barclay). The introductory article for each section is followed by responses from the other four views, followed by a response by that section’s author to those collective responses from the other four views.