Here’s a link to the slides from a session I did today for our doctoral students at Trinity College, Bristol and Bristol Baptist Church during our annual postgraduate research conference. I’m aiming to help people to think through how to approach the ‘endgame’ of the process. Above are three of the books I recommended.
Here are the slides from the talk I gave today at a fascinating conference on Pastoral Implications of Pseudepigraphy and Anonymity in the New Testament at the Lanier Theological Library. Looking forward to lots more to come over the next two days. Thoughts and comments are welcome!
I’m speaking again on Galatians, this time to the clergy of North Stowe deanery (just north of Cambridge), and have updated my slides a little. So here’s a link to the updated set, saved in pdf format. Thoughts and comments are very welcome!
I have given two talks about Galatians for the gathering held at St John’s, Waterbeach, near Cambridge on Sunday 20 February. Here are the slides from that talk for anyone interested.
Craig Keener has written a substantial, two-volume book on miracles in which he explains and defends a classic Christian view that remarkable out-of-the-ordinary events take place which defy naturalistic explanation, Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts, 2 vols (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2011). That book particularly engages debates about the presence of such events in the New Testament. This book, by contrast, is set in a less academic key, and aims to provide testimony to many such events today. Keener does not avoid Continue reading →