My friend Nijay Gupta (above, centre) continues to interview NT scholars on how they do their research and shares the results on his blog. There are some interesting patterns starting to emerge, and some very helpful ideas from the contributors. The latest are from David Horrell (who is writing the ICC in 1 Peter, so I’m particularly interested, as a fellow-commentator) and Helen Bond (a brilliant NT historian). Keep up the good work, Nijay!
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- Tavis Bohlinger on choosing the life of the mind 18 February 2019
- New Principal for Trinity College, Bristol 5 February 2019
- A new book: Poverty in the Early Church and Today—A Conversation 1 February 2019
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