I’m Steve Walton and this is my blog about New Testament Studies. I’m Senior Research Fellow at Trinity, College, Bristol, and supervise research students through their research programme (validated by the University of Aberdeen), and had the privilege of serving as Secretary of the British New Testament Society. Until December 2017, I was Professor in New Testament at St Mary’s University, Twickenham, where I was involved with the Centre for Social-Scientific Study of the Bible, and supervised PhD students. I have also been an Affiliated Lecturer in the Cambridge University Faculty of Divinity. My major current writing project is a commentary on Acts for the Word Biblical Commentary, and I have wide interests in New Testament Studies too. Enjoy!

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  • Tom Stephenson

    When do you anticipate the Acts commentary to be published? I am greatly anticipating its appearance.

  • Benjami

    What happened to the first publication of your Acts (37a and b) Word Biblical Commentary in 2008? I am unable to find any printings of it both at my seminary library or interlibrary loan access. I am aware your new commentaries are forthcoming, but I was curious as to why the first edition is no longer available. Thank you

  • David Booth

    Dear Steve, I was wondering how I might still gain access to the handouts and videos of your London Institute of Contemporary Christianity series on Acts please? I am serving with the Navigators in the Philippines and was looking for resources to use with a group of Filipino leaders (no formal theological training) as they work through the book of Acts. I have already found much useful material in yiur more recent sermon slides on Acts – which by the way will be adapted with due acknowledgement where used.

    Any help you can offer would be much appreciated.


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