Many thanks to Alistair Wilson of Highland Theological College (University of the Highlands and Islands) for this valuable report on the ‘Power, Authority and Canon’ conference at New College, Edinburgh on 6 May. Yesterday, I returned to New College, Edinburgh, where I did my undergraduate studies, for a day conference on the theme of ‘Power, Authority and Canon’. Many thanks to Steve for the invitation to write a short report about this conference for this blog. As of the time of writing (11 May), the programme and abstracts Continue reading →
My good friend Peter Oakes of the University of Manchester has kindly sent me details of the launch of his new commentary on Galatians in the Paideia series from Baker Academic. He has an impressive line-up of senior scholars saying very nice things about it (see below). Nijay Gupta has greeted it with enthusiasm, and Mike Bird and Antony Billington have written positive brief posts about it. I’m greatly looking forward to digging into this book, as I teach Galatians in Greek with a second-year class. There’s quite Continue reading →
Here’s a link to a video interview I did about the fab Accordance Bible software. I’ve been using it since version 1.0, and I continue to be utterly delighted with what it enables me to do. Now even available for those benighted souls who use Windoze!
The link for booking for the forthcoming interesting conference on the Greek verb is now up, so do go ahead and register—details here. You’ll need to set up an account on the Cambridge University ‘shop’ site, but that only takes a couple of minutes. More information in my earlier blog post, here.
David I. Starling UnCorinthian Leadership: Thematic Reflections on 1 Corinthians Eugene, OR: Cascade/Wipf & Stock, 2014 ISBN 978 1 62032 792 0; $15.00 (paperback; Kindle edition also available) I enjoyed meeting David Starling when he was on research leave at Tyndale House, the research centre in Cambridge where I’m Honorary Research Fellow, a little while ago. During that time he was (among other things) working on this little book (slightly over 100 pages), and he was kind enough to ask his publisher to Continue reading →