James Dunn Still Believes

James Dunn Still Believes August 22, 2015

Ken Schenck has been blogging through the book I (Still) Believe: Leading Bible Scholars Share Their Stories of Faith and Scholarship, about the personal faith journeys of academics in the field of Biblical studies. Since Ken has reached the chapter by our doctoral supervisor, James D. G. Dunn, I thought I would now draw attention to the series. He has also blogged about the chapters by Walter Bruggemann, Richard Bauckham, Ellen Davis, and Gordon Fee.

I’m planning to read the book, but when it arrived in the mail, my wife started reading it and hasn’t stopped since, and so I will just have to wait my turn…

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  • Ken Schenck

    Looking forward to your thoughts on the book!