This blog series spotlights 50 NT scholars and their research. The goal of this series is to introduce readers to a wider circle of scholarship than they have encountered. The majority of people on this list are early or mid-career NT scholars who are doing great research and writing.
Explain why you love teaching and/or writing, and why it brings you vocational satisfaction.
What is one “big idea,” emphasis, or theme in your scholarship that you hope impacts the way students and scholars read and understand the NT?
Who is your academic hero and why?
Name a few academic books that were formative for you as a student.
Gordon Fee’s Paul, the Spirit, and the People of God.
N.T. Wright’s Paul: In Fresh Perspective.
Mark Reasoner’s Romans in Full Circle.
Read Blackwell’s Work
Paul and the Apocalyptic Imagination (co-edited)
For the role of bringing together biblical and historical/systematic theology, Engaging Theology: A Biblical, Historical, and Practical Introduction.
Also, check out the Reading in Context series I’ve co-edited with Zondervan Academic.
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