R. Alan Streett, An Interview with N.T. Wright
R. Alan Streett, An Interview with Martin Hengel
I must cite this question from the interview:
CTR: British scholars seem to have been slower than their American counterparts to embrace the NP. What accounts for this cautiousness?
Hengel: They have more common sense and are often better philogians and less dependent on fashion.
I can think of several ways of paraphrasing Hengel's response, and not of them would sound very nice! At any rate, I had always thought that the NP was more popular in the UK than the US - maybe I'm wrong here.
Donald B. Garlington, The New Perspective on Paul: An Appraisal Two Decades Later
I believe that this article is available on the website called The Paul Page, see the sidebar.
Charles L. Quarles, The New Perspective and Means of Atonement in Jewish Literature of the Second Temple Period
Michael F. Bird, When the Dust Finally Settles: Coming to a Post-New Perspective Perspective
This article constitutes my irenic critique and affirmation of several points within the NP. Alan Streett gives a good summary of my position in his editorial (p. 3): "Bird presents a mediating position ... by pointing out what he views as the positive and negative aspects of the NP. He concludes that the NP has contributed greatly to our understanding of Paul; yet, he feels a rejection of forensic righteousness goes too far. We should embrace the good but spurn the bad."
Malcom Yarnell, Christian Justification: A Reformation Baptist View
Jay E. Smith, The New Perspective on Paul: A Select and Annotated Bibliography