Tag Archives: New Testament Studies

Slides on Luke’s Gospel (part 2)

Here is a link to the slides from my talk on Luke 23, looking at how Luke tells the story of the death of Jesus. This is the third session I did for clergy and lay ministers from the (Anglican) Diocese of Exeter this week. The slides from the first two talks are here. Comments most welcome!

Recent and forthcoming publications

It’s been a bit of a busy time for publications for me, small and larger, so here’s a little update. The BRF Book of 365 Bible Reflections (Abingdon: BRF, 2021)The Bible Reading Fellowship have just published a lovely book of 365 daily Bible readings with notes for their centenary, with lots of different people writing the notes, including many famous people. I had the fun of writing one of the notes, on Luke 18:10-14 on How (not) to pray (it’s on page 105 if you’re Continue reading →

Links for free NT resources during coronavirus

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 →

Slides from study day on Matthew’s Gospel

I led a study day for preachers on Matthew in Nottingham recently—mainly Methodist lay preachers and ministers. I’m here sharing the slides from the three sessions where I gave input: one introducing Matthew and looking particularly at his use of the Old Testament; one introducing Tom Wright’s four ‘loudspeakers’ for listening to the Gospels in relation to Matthew; and one walking through Matthew 8–9. What resources have you found helpful for study Matthew, which will be the ‘controlling’ Gospel in the Revised Common Lectionary from Continue reading →