southwestern baptist theological seminary
... David E. Aune, The New Testament in Its Literary Environment (Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1987), 160.
Henry Meecham, greatly influenced by Deissmann, focused his
study of the Egyptian papyri on the private, non-literary letters
and compared them to New Testament letters.17
teaching experience - Brandeis University
... A Study of God-language with a Focus on the Address of the
M.Div. Senior Thesis, Rachel Rasmussen, "A Question of
Authority: The Role of Scripture in Lutheran Theology"
M.Div. Senior Thesis, Douglas McCaleb, "Aspects of Early
Christian Prayer which Evangelists Tend to Neglect"
B.A. Se ...
Translating the Kuranko Bible for Sierra Leone
... many of the customs of the Old Testament are well understood by them. They also
practice animal sacrifice, and in order for them to fully appreciate the sacrifice of
God's Son, the Old Testament seemed necessary.
By this time the Lutheran Bible Translators (LBT) had begun work in
Sierra Leone in oth ...
curriculum vitae: jonathan alfrred draper
... 4.2.1 Undergraduate Classes taught over the years:
Introduction to the New Testament: Gospel of Mark (team taught)
Language, Culture and Communication: Hermeneutics of the Bible (team taught)
Introduction to Historical Criticism of the New Testament: Matthew's Gospel
Exegesis of John in Greek
Bibliographic Research for Biblical Studies (New Testament
... Brill's New Pauly: Encyclopaedia of the Ancient World Ref. DE5.N4813 2002
*Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls Ref. BM487.E53 2000
Items with * available online http://www.gordonconwell.edu/library/Oxford-Digital-ReferenceShelf.cfm
o General Biblical Studies
Anchor Bible Dictionary Ref. BS440.A54 ...
Class Session 1C
... have the right books in the Bible?
• What about the Apocrypha?
• Are there certain books in our
Bible which should not be there?
• Are we missing some books?
Frank Stagg (theologian)
Frank Stagg, Ph.D., (1911-2001) was a Southern Baptist theologian, seminary professor, author, and pastor over a 50-year ministry career. He taught New Testament interpretation and Greek at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary from 1945 until 1964 and at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky from 1964 until 1978. His publications, recognitions and honors earned him distinction as one of the eminent theologians of the past century. Other eminent theologians have honored him as a ""Teaching Prophet.""