Category Archives: Biblical Scholars

Craig Keener on power of the Bible

Source: There is life in God’s word (Triablogue post)

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Introduction to Professor Simon J. Gathercole

Simon Gathercole is a prominent British New Testament scholar.  He studied under James D. G. Dunn. Wikipedia: Simon J. Gathercole Theopedia: Simon J. Gathercole Cambridge bio of Dr. Gathercole  

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On Leonhard Goppelt

Excerpt: My first encounter with him was through his amazing Typos: The Typological Interpretation of the Old Testament in the New.  That book…  wow.  A real eye opener. via goppelt « Search Results « Zwinglius Redivivus (Jim West).

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An Interview with Daniel B. Wallace on the New Testament Manuscripts – Justin Taylor

Justin Taylor of the Gospel Coalition interviews Dan Wallace, providing a good introduction to the subject of textual criticism and the reliability of the New Testament manuscripts. An Interview with Daniel B. Wallace on the New Testament Manuscripts – Justin … Continue reading

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Introduction to Professor Christopher Rowland

Christopher Rowland (1947 – ) was appointed Professor of the Exegesis of Holy Scripture at the University of Oxford in 1991.  He is one of the contributors to The Eerdmans Dictionary of Early Judaism, having covered the topic “Apocalypticism.”  “This comprehensive and … Continue reading

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Michael J. Kruger Appeals for Petrine Authorship of 2 Peter

Dr. Michael J. Kruger received his PhD. under Larry Hurtado at the University of Edinburgh and currently teaches at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte. This essay is titled “The Authenticity of 2 Peter,” and was published in the Journal of … Continue reading

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Professor Craig Keener on the Gospels as Ancient Biographies

Dr. Craig S. Keener is professor of New Testament at Asbury Theological Seminary.  Here is roughly fifteen minutes of video which has him distinguishing the literary form of ancient from that of modern biography:  Keener post at the Centre for Public … Continue reading

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Introduction to Martin Hengel

Martin Hengel (1926-2009) was a German New Testament scholar and professor who specialized in the history of Christian origins, and Second Temple Judaism from which Christianity as well as Rabbinical Judaism sprang.  Hengel’s influence on other New Testament scholars – … Continue reading

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Introduction to Professor Richard Bauckham

Richard Bauckman (Wikipedia profile; Theopedia profile) is retired professor of New Testament studies at St. Mary’s College, University of St. Andrews, Scotland.  As a New Testament scholar, his research interests include Jesus, the Gospels, and early Christianity. Bauckham’s 2006 book Jesus … Continue reading

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Introduction to Professor Larry Hurtado

Larry W. Hurtado (Wikipedia profile; Theopedia profile) is professor of New Testament Language, Literature, and Theology at The University of Edinburgh Scotland. His research focus is early Christianity, and particularly early Christian devotion to Jesus. This soft-spoken American scholar provides … Continue reading

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