After a number of requests, I’ve decided I’m going to try streaming my inaugural professorial lecture from my iPhone (!) using Facebook Live on Monday at 6 pm UK time. To connect, you’ll need to go to my Facebook page at that time, and the live stream should be running. You’ll only be able to see and hear me; I’m going to endeavour to make my slides available for download here before Monday, so please check the blog before you connect on Facebook Live.
I’m preparing for my inaugural professorial lecture (something UK academics do when appointed professor), and am planning to speak about how Luke ‘does theology’—in order words, how he uses narrative to reflect on and speak about God and God’s ways. The lecture will look at key features of how Luke uses narrative to ‘do theology’, both drawing out principles of Luke’s approach, and looking at how particular parts of his Gospel and Acts communicate about God and God’s ways. This study will, I’m aiming, illuminate ways in Continue reading →