An interview with Craig Blomberg
Craig L. Blomberg is Distinguished Professor of New Testament at Denver Seminary, and a renowned author of numerous important works on the New Testament and Mormon-Evangelical dialogue (see below). Timothy Dalrymple interviewed him for the YEV series, which prompts Evangelicals of all stripes to explain why they are Evangelical and where they hope Evangelicalism will grow in the years to come, at the American Academy of Religion meeting in Montreal in November, 2009.
Why are you an Evangelical?
Where would you like to see Evangelicalism in 10-20 years?
Dr. Blomberg received his MA from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and his Ph.D. from Aberdeen University in Scotland. He was a research fellow at the Tyndale House at Cambridge University. He has authored or edited fifteen books, including Jesus and the Gospels: An Introduction and Survey, The Historical Reliability of the Gospels, Neither Poverty Nor Riches: A Biblical Theology of Possessions, and How Wide the Divide: A Mormon and an Evangelical in Conversation. He lives, teaches and writes in Denver, Colorado.
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- Andy Crouch, senior editor at Christianity Today International and author of Culture-Making: Recovering Our Creative Calling.
- Dr. Mark D. Roberts, a leading pastor and author, and famous blogger of MarkDRoberts.com
- Richard Stearns, President of World Vision United States.
- Dr. Kathy Tuan-MacLean, Boston area director of InterVarsity's Graduate and Faculty Ministry
- Jeff Barneson, a "sandal-wearing guru" of campus ministry at Harvard University
- Dr. Daniel Harrell, a pastor at Boston's storied Park Street Church
- Dr. Walter Kim, Korean-American pastor of Adult Education at Park Street Church
- Joshua Good, who is doing social justice work in Washington, D.C.