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.

Saturday, April 23, 2005

Christian Scholars - Newest Links

It's been a while since I added, and not a lot of links coming in. But there are some, so here are the most recent. I'll be mailing some more colleges this week, so we'll see if I get more response.

Gerard Demsteegt, Associate Professor of Church History at Andrews University Theological Seminary, Berrien Springs, Michigan. A number of his articles, on areas of Adventist theology.

Vernon K. Robbins Research Professor of New Testament and Comparative Sacred Texts in the Humanities, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. A wide range of materials with an emphasis in socio-rhetorical interpretation.

M. C. Steenberg Fellow in Patristic Theology and Church History, University of Oxford, Oxford, England. Good amount of class materials, including a lecture series on Christology after Nicea. Many materials and links on Orthodoxy.

Mark Matson V.P. for Academic Affairs and Academic Dean, Milligan College, TN. Many articles and book reviews with an emphasis on the Gospels.

Bruce Terry Professor of Bible and Humanities at Ohio Valley College, Vienna, WV. A lot of material, including articles, class materials and a thesis (on evangelism) and a dissertation (on 1 Corinthians).

Robert Kraft Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, PA. The website contains many resources, with dozens of his own articles, extensive class materials and links, with a focus on early Christianity.

Philip Harland Assistant Professor of Social and Cultural History of Christianity at Concordia University, Montreal. A number of articles on early Christianity, as well as extensive resources on the social world of early Christianity.

Scot McKnight is the Karl A. Olsson Professor in Religious Studies at North Park University. A blog named after one of his boopks, Jesus Creed.

Scott W. Sunquist is the W. Don McClure Associate Professor of World Mission and Evangelism. He came to Pittsburgh Theological Seminar. Materials form classes on world history.

Teresa Lockhart Stricklen Assistant Professor of Homiletics at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, Pittsburgh, PA. Her site contains Homiletical articles, helps and sermons.

More to come soon...