During my graduate work at Criswell College, I was fortunate to have a systematic theology professor who had studied patristic theology in his doctoral work, and a patristic theology professor who majored in the discipline and wrote his (now published) dissertation on early Christian exegesis and Irenaeus. I was more spoiled at the time than … Continue reading Where Are All the Patristics Scholars in Evangelicalism?
I think I may be a little late to the party, but TEDS is now posting a series of video lectures by various faculty members, including D. A. Carson on Hebrews and Kevin Vanhoozer on the theologian's task. The other two lectures on the docket for now are Dana Harris on Luke-Acts and Dennis Magary … Continue reading TEDS Lecture Series
For my Biblical Interpretation class at CBU I am requiring Robert Plummer's 40 Questions About Interpreting the Bible and Graeme Goldsworthy's According to Plan. Although the latter book is technically (and subtitled) "an introduction to biblical theology," I am requiring it because, as Goldsworthy notes, "biblical theology is essential for hermeneutics" (25). In chapter one, … Continue reading Goldsworthy on Biblical Theology
The Provost at CBU, Dr. Jonathan Parker, just sent us this infographic about students and cheating. It would be great to be able to say that cheating doesn't exist or that it's on the decline, but it appears the opposite is the case. In my classes, we use something called SafeAssign to detect plagiarism on … Continue reading Cheaters Never Prosper