Same problem as Polhill, nothing on the first third of the book.ECM is simply too large for a textbook, especially at the undergrad level! I have used Polhill and Arnold for Paul, so maybe I’ll try those.All three of us heard the same speech and remember it slightly different, but the ipssima verba is the same. I was receiving an MA in Old Testament at the time….[…] identifying the best commentaries on various New Testament books, Philip Long shared his “Top Five Galatians Commentaries” on the Reading Acts blog. A sometimes squirming and tortured student of life and the Life that GOD wants me to lead. I love to Google it all up,(checking one website after another) Today I woke up to read my You Version Bible app. In His Name Jody B Hello, I work for Theology Degrees Online.com, and we’re putting together a list of exemplary sites that explore faith, Christianity, and Biblical Study for our readers, who are mostly prospective students in theology. I heard Josh Mc Dowell speak, as he’d graduated a few yrs.
We’re still looking for great Christian sites for this list, so if you know of a quality site that would be useful to our readers, and anyone else interested in learning more about the Christian faith, please don’t hesitate to let me know. grad of ’76 and have BA and MA (MFCC) from Biola (72, 78). Theologically, I have moved “on” since those days, significantly, but have many good memories and prior relationships; AND the study of Christian origins has been a very serious “hobby” of mine, largely oriented around Acts for a good dozen years, and seeking to apply it to my now “progressive” Christian faith.
Cheryl, I answered this on the “main page” under last night’s notes.
This is the “about” page, so no one will really ever see the question (it was too good to hide here! I graduated in 98, and taught there as an adjunct until 2002.
But you lose out on a third of the book, since there is little on early mission.
Eckhard Schnabel has a “handy” version of his Early Christian Mission, in a single volume called Paul the Missionary.