How should Christian biblical exegesis relate to Greek philosophical insights, both as they are found in the biblical text and as they might be used to illuminate the realities described in the biblical text? After setting forth some of the background to this longstanding issue, I seek a path forward by asking how Greek philosophy functions in three valuable recent works of biblical scholarship, Daniel Kirk's Unlocking Romans, Kavin Rowe's World Upside Down, and Richard Bauckham's Jesus and the God of Israel.

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