The good folk at the Lexham Press blog have this week put up three excellent posts remembering the fine contributions Professor Larry Hurtado (who died a year ago this week) made to New Testament Studies, on textual criticism (by Tommy Wasserman), Christology (by Chris Tilling), and the Gospel of Mark (by Holly J. Carey). They’re well worth your time, and summarise beautifully the way Larry moved each of these fields forward through his scholarship. He’s one of a few giants who’ve left us in the 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 →
Here are the two parts of my sermon on this fascinating parable for the online service of my church, All Saints, Ealing in London this weekend. Part 1 is about 12 minutes; part 2 is slightly under 10 minutes. Thoughts and comments welcome!
I had the privilege of speaking on Acts 2:22-36, part of Peter’s Pentecost speech, for my church’s online service today. Here are links to the two videos for those who might like to see them. Each segment is slightly over 11 minutes. Here are links to the two books about Chuck Colson which I mention: his autobiography, Born Again and the biography by Jonathan Aitken, Charles Colson: A Life Redeemed.