We’re about to embark on a series of sermons on Romans at my church.
For those who are interested in beginning to get to grips with a ‘New Perspective’ view of Romans, then I would warmly recommend N.T. (Tom) Wright’s series of three lectures that provide a rapid survey and a summary of preaching suggestions. These were given in 2003, soon after the publication of his commentary on Romans in the New Interpreter’s Bible series, and they helpfully draw on that commentary.
I think that these lectures do an effective job in highlighting the strengths of the New Perspective reading of Romans. However, the listener will have to work out for his or her self whether there might be some aspects of Paul’s teaching that Wright over-states, and other aspects that he under-states.