Exodus: A Guide to Resources

This page presents all the website’s material on Exodus divided into 5 broad categories. Where there are many links, they are divided across separate pages accessible at the bottom of each tab. The first 3 tabs divide the material broadly into Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced level documents and videos. The resources tab gives links to material relating to bibliographies, commentaries, commentary surveys and wider resources. Finally, you can also access a full alphabetical listing of …

Bauckham, Richard – Profile

Richard Bauckham (b. 1946) recently retired as Professor of New Testament at St Andrew’s University is now an Associate Staff member at Ridley Hall in Cambridge . In addition to his writings on New Testament he has written extensively on both historical theology and contemporary theology where he is an expert on Moltmann.   Websites on Bauckham [link-library settings=’2′ categorylistoverride=”635″] Posts on Bauckham on this site           [link-library-addlink settings=2]

Cahill, Lisa Sowle – Profile

  Lisa Sowle Cahill is J. Donald Monan Professor, Boston College where she has taught since 1976 and has been a visiting professor at Georgetown and Yale Universities. She is a leading Roman Catholic moral theologian who has been willing to criticize and develop traditional teaching in relation to both sexual and medical ethics. She is Past President of both the Catholic Theological Society of America (1992-93) and the Society of Christian Ethics (1997-98). Websites …

Studying Galatians

Tomorrow I start a monthly Bible Study on Galatians with curates in Southwark Diocese.  In preparing for this first session was amazed at how many resources are online.  Here’s what I’ve put together as an initial guide Classic Commentaries available free online Aquinas in both Latin and English translation Luther (also available here) Calvin – both commentary and some of his sermons Lightfoot (Classic 19th century Anglican text) is available in various versions and formats …

Boersma, Hans – Profile

I first discovered Hans Boersma through his work on the atonement and violence – Violence, Hospitality and the Cross: Reappropriating the Atonement Tradition  He is an evangelical theologian who serves as J.I. Packer Professor of Theology, Regents College, Vancouver. He did his doctoral work (at the State University of Utrecht) on the doctrine of justification in the 17th century Puritan theologian Richard Baxter. Websites on Boersma [link-library settings=’2′ categorylistoverride=”588″] Posts on Boersma on this site           …