October 15, 2023

Join Scot McKnight and I for a **free** webinar on Bible translation, Oct 25, 1pm CT. Scot has helped with lots of English Bible translations over the last several decades, and now has published his own translation of the New Testament with IVP, it’s called The Second Testament. I have helped with a few things over the years as well (like the Lexham English translation of the Septuagint). And now I serve as a senior translator for one of my favorite English... Read more

October 15, 2023

Wipf & Stock is running an awesome Ebook/Kindle sale – these are my top picks! All sale items $3 Kindle **You can get Gorman’s Abide and Go for FREE (ebook) by signing up for the Wipf & Stock newsletter—it’s worth it! SIGN UP HERE Read more

October 14, 2023

If you are a doctoral student, or in your early or mid-career, you may be dreading the possibility of a negative review of your book, and perhaps also how that will affect your reputation. Believe me, I’ve been there. Just today, I saw that an academic I admire wrote a review of one of my books, and I opened up the review with great anxiety. But over the last fifteen years I have learned from colleagues, mentors, and friends some... Read more

September 28, 2023

Slow Theology Podcast Presents: Into the Heart of Romans, an Interview with N.T. Wright Hi everyone! AJ and I are super excited to present to you an interview with the one and only Prof. N.T. Wright on his newest book (releasing soon): Into the Heart of Romans (Zondervan). Check out the interview—and definitely pick up the book. If you’re wondering if there is anything “new” in the book, the answer is yes! He has developed some more thought on temple-theology in... Read more

September 28, 2023

I am excited to introduce you to my Story of God Bible Commentary volume on Galatians (release: Nov 14, 2023). It is a dream come true to contribute to this amazing series with many outstanding volumes from some of my favorite scholars like Scot McKnight (Sermon on the Mount), Lynn Cohick (Philippians), Dennis Edwards (1 Peter), Mike Bird (R0mans), and Tim Gombis (Mark). According to the series description, the SOGBC explains and illuminates each passage of Scripture in light of... Read more

August 12, 2023

Almost exactly 2 years ago, we announced the New Word Biblical Themes Series, a supplement to the famous Word Biblical Commentary series. These theme books are meant to be short (175-300pp) treatments of key themes, 20 volumes covering every book of the New Testament. And the list of contributors who have signed on is spectacular, we are very excited. See image at the bottom of the page for the contributor list. Today, I am excited to present the cover design... Read more

August 7, 2023

I’m excited to be teaching a live-format course with Seminary Now with high quality video lectures. This is an affordable way to try out seminary. Learn more about the format and course HERE. Recently I was interviewed by SeminaryNow, check out the discussion below: What is the most common question you get when it comes to the New Testament and why do you think this is the case? I get a lot of questions about how to apply these seemingly... Read more

May 16, 2023

Here is the TOC for the July 2023 release The Beginning of Paul’s Gospel 1. Reading Romans as a Letter: Introducing Romans 1–4—Timothy G. Gombis  2. Whom Are You Going to Obey? The Foreshadowing Effect of “Paul, Slave of Jesus Christ” in Romans 1:1—Nijay K. Gupta  3. The Theology of Paul in a Nutshell: A Fresh Look at the Phrase “From Faith to Faith” (Rom 1:17)—Benjamin Schliesser 4. Romans 1–2 between Theology and Historical Criticism—Matthew V. Novenson  5. Exchanging God, Surrendering... Read more

May 15, 2023

I am pleased to announce the (summer 2023) publication of a multi-contributor book, The Beginning of Paul’s Gospel: Theological Explorations in Romans 1-4 (Cascade Books), edited by John Goodrich and myself. This comes out of the Pauline Theology seminar that John and I co-chair for the Institute for Biblical Research. This book includes excellent essays in specific theological issues of importance in Romans 1-4. Contributors include: John M. G. Barclay, Ben C. Blackwell, Timothy G. Gombis, Erin M. Heim, Chee-Chiew Lee,... Read more

March 30, 2023

Fathom Magazine just published my latest article on the early Christian leader and apostle Junia of Rome (Rom 16:7). I wrote (2) fictional letters from Junia to her Christian community in Rome, imagining a scenario where she is in prison and writing to her beloved family of faith. If you want to read that article, click HERE. It is self-explanatory. Here is some more explanation for why I wrote that piece. Paul’s mention of Andronicus and Junia’s imprisonment for the... Read more

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