Fire in My Soul pays tribute to the life and legacy of Dr. Seyoon Kim, who has taught as Professor of New Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary for almost two decades and is known internationally for his work on the origin of Paul's gospel. This collection of essays in his honor revisits classic issues in Pauline studies and offers fresh insights on Paul's use of righteousness language in his letters, the occasion and purpose of Romans, the problem of universal sinfulness, and justification by faith. It also presents several exegetical studies on the use of the Old Testament in the gospels. Scholars, students, and pastors interested in Pauline soteriology and gospel hermeneutics will find this volume helpful in their own research, teaching, and ministry. Persons interested in learning about Korean New Testament scholarship of today should read this book dedicated to Seyoon Kim in his honor, even though the book offers only a glimpse of Pauline and other New Testament studies by a few young Korean scholars. --Chan Hie Kim, Professor of New Testament and Christian Ministries, Claremont School of Theology This outstanding collection of essays not only honors a great scholar and witnesses to his impact on Korean scholars, among others, but also makes a valuable contribution of its own to the study of the New Testament. --Donald A. Hagner, George Eldon Ladd Professor Emeritus of New Testament, Fuller Theological Seminary This collection of essays does not merely represent Korean scholars honoring their mentor. The essays, which deal with a variety of New Testament topics, provide mature scholarship of the best sort. This is a wonderfully fitting honor for a scholar like Seyoon Kim. --Klyne Snodgrass, Paul W. Brandel Professor of New Testament Studies, North Park Theological Seminary Soon Bong Choi (D.Th., Eberhard Karls Universitat Tubingen) is Director of the Institute of Biblical Hermeneutics, Director of Central Library, and Professor of New Testament at Kwangshin University, Gwang-Ju City, Korea. He was also Dean of Academic Affairs. He is author of St. Paul's Epistle to the Galatians: An Exegetical Commentary (forthcoming). Jin Ki Hwang (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) is Assistant Dean for Korean Doctor of Ministry Program and Assistant Professor of New Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California. He is the author of Mimesis and Apostolic Parousia in 1 Corinthians 4 and 5 (2010). Max J. Lee (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) is Associate Professor of New Testament at North Park Theological Seminary, Chicago, Illinois. He is the author of Moral Transformation in Greco-Roman Philosophy of Mind (forthcoming) and a commentary on Revelation in The Baker Illustrated Bible Commentary (2012).