Christian Scholars

This is one of three Christian resources blogs I maintain (infrequently), the others being Christian Journals and Christian MP3s. I am conservatively evangelical, but I will add links to blogs that are not necessarily so (which is to say, with the usual disclaimer, I may not agree with everything in the journals listed in the entries below). I hope that you find this resource helpful, and any feedback and suggestions is welcomed.

Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Christian Scholars - Newest Links

Adding a few more...

Mark Goodacre Senior Lecturer in New Testament at the University of Birmingham, England. This site has an abundance of excellent material on New Testament Studies from all over the Web, including some of Goodacre’s own articles, with a strong focus on Q and the Synoptics.

Mark Nanos Visiting Scholar at Rockhurst University, a Jesuit University in Kansas City, Missouri. A large number of his articles (mainly on Galatians and Romans), with links to other pages.

Jerome Neyrey Professor of New Testament at University of Notre Dame, Paris, France. Several articles with a focus on the Gospels, and a liturgical commentary on the Gospels.

Jon Paulien Professor of New Testament Interpretation at Andrews University Theological Seminary, Berrien Springs, Michigan. A number of articles as well as class materials, with a focus on Revelation.

Bob Royalty Associate Professor of Religion at Wabash College, Crawfordsville, IN. A wide range of course materials on New Testament and Second Century Asia Minor, as well as a couple of article.

Henry Wansbrough Emeritus Professor University of Oxford, Oxford, England. Introduction to the Gospels, Genesis, the Psalms, and booklets on Paul and Holiness in the New Testament.

James Tabor Chair of Department of Religious Studies, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC. Dr. Tabor’s site includes The Jewish Roman World of Jesus, with a lot of material on that topic.

Harry Hahne Associate Professor of New Testament at Golden Gate Baptist Seminary, Scottsdale, Arizona. The site has a few articles on theological subjects and on computer assisted biblical research