Stendahl, Krister. “The Apostle Paul and the Introspective Consciousness of the West.” Harvard Theological Review 56 (1963): 199-215.
One of the early and seminal
writings in the emergence of what is now called the New Perspective on Paul.
Stendahl argues that Western Christianity, via Augustine and Luther, has
wrongly interpreted the Apostle. He claims that, unlike Augustine and Luther, Paul did not speak of an inner struggle that each person has with his