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.
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I love to teach and write for various reasons: (i) it brings me great joy knowing that I’m able to participate in the ecclesial task of equipping the saints for the work of ministry; (ii) I love to inform minds about and enflame hearts for the gospel of our crucified, risen, and ascended Lord, especially how it relates to our short lives on earth; and (iii) it’s fun to read, think, and wrestle with arguments and opposing ideas with the goal of furthering the discussion on any given topic.
Bridging the gap between union with Christ and union with one another; in short, I’m really interested in Paul’s theology of relationships in Christ or the intersection of Pauline theology and ethics.
I have many. My PhD advisor, John M.G. Barclay, has impacted my understanding of God’s grace deeply, and many within the Reformed tradition, such as Martin Luther, John Calvin, John Owen, Geerhardus Vos, Hermann Ridderbos, John Murray, Richard Gaffin, etc., have greatly informed my understanding of the gospel and how it relates to the life I live.
Skateboarding and/or craft beer