Torah Ethics and Early Christian Identity (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2016), edited by my friend and colleague, Susan Wendel, and yours truly.
The book is dedicated to our Doktorvater, Stephen Westerholm, whose interest in matters of Torah and ethics is long-standing.
The volume explores a question that is sometimes overlooked in the larger academic discussion about the role of the law in early Christianity: How did the Torah continue to serve as a positive reference point for Christians regardless of whether or not they thought Torah observance remained essential?
For those who care about such things, it should be clear from the roster of contributors that the essays do not hew to a particular "old" or "new" perspective:
TORAH ETHICS IN EARLY JUDAISM
Anders Runesson, "Entering a Synagogue with Paul: First-Century Torah Observance"
John W. Martens, "The Meaning and Function of the Law in Philo and Josephus"
TORAH ETHICS AND THE NEW TESTAMENT
Wesley G. Olmstead, "Jesus, the Eschatological Perfection of Torah, and the imitatio Dei in Matthew"
S. A. Cummins, "Torah, Jesus, and the Kingdom of God in the Gospel of Mark"
David M. Miller, "Reading Law as Prophecy: Torah Ethics in Acts"
Adele Reinhartz, "Reproach and Revelation: Ethics in John 11:1–44"
Scot McKnight, "The Law of the Laws: James, Wisdom, and the Law"
Beverly Roberts Gaventa, "Questions about Nomos, Answers about Christos: Romans 10:4 in Context"
Terence L. Donaldson, "Paul, Abraham’s Gentile 'Offspring,' and the Torah"
Richard B. Hays, "The Conversion of the Imagination: Scripture and Eschatology in 1 Corinthians"
BEYOND THE NEW TESTAMENT
Susan J. Wendel, "Torah Obedience and Early Christian Ethical Practices in Justin Martyr"
Peter Widdicombe, "The Law, God, and the Logos: Clement and the Alexandrian Tradition"
Stephen Westerholm, "Canonical Paul and the Law"
You can pre-order your copy today from the Eerdmans website (for $35; listed as shipping July 26) or from Amazon (for $25.52; listed as shipping July 7).