Eric Roseberry hosts the podcast On Biblical Scholarship, and was kind enough to interview me about how I got into biblical scholarship, who my influences are, and lots else—here’s a link to the podcast. Thoughts welcome!
The introductory textbooks Exploring the New Testament are a one-stop guide to engaging with the Gospels and Acts (volume 1) and the Letters and Revelation (volume 2). Published by SPCK in the UK and IVP in the USA, volume 1 has just appeared in a third, substantially revised, edition. The third edition of volume 2, revised by Stephen Travis and Ian Paul, will appear in May. Here’s an interview which Ian Paul (IP) did with David Wenham and me (SW & DW) about the new edition of volume 1. Ian Continue reading →
In response to my list of key New Testament scholarly resources ( journals, book series, etc.), complied with beginning doctoral students in mind, a number have asked if there is an equivalent for Old Testament/Hebrew Bible studies. If there is such a thing out there, I’d be happy to share it through this blog. Please let me know. In the meantime, here’s a very useful list of key Biblical Studies resources produced with undergraduates and Master’s students in mind by the excellent Drs Richard Briggs Continue reading →
One of my new-ish doctoral students asked what particular journals, book series, and the like I would recommend he keep an eye on. This was a very good question, and led to me producing this file (three pages) following very helpful input from a number of colleagues around the world. I’m happy to share it here—please do pass it on to any others you think would benefit from it, and do email me (my email address is in the footer of the document) with any Continue reading →
After discussion among a few colleagues on Facebook, I’ve created an open Google document with links for NT Studies. Some publishers and resource providers are making articles and whole books freely available online during the coronavirus pandemic—and there are some others which are free, but not always well known. Here’s the link to the document—it’s editable, so please do add to the list. See the note at the top on what information I would like you to provide. Update on 26 March: thanks to a Continue reading →