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Book Review: Can We Trust the Gospels by Peter J. Williams

The writings of Dr Bart Ehrman have undoubtedly had a very negative effect on the faith of many. It is widely reported that many young Christians, exposed to his teachings, have abandoned their faith by the time that they graduate from Colleges or University. Christian scholars have responded with numerous books offering both answers to…

Biblical Studies | Criticism | F.F. Bruce | Form Criticism | Hermeneutics | New Testament | New Testament Background | New Testament Introductions | Redaction Criticism

New Testament Interpretation: Essays on Principles and Methods

In 1977 Howard Marshall edited a collection of essays on New Testament interpretation contributed by some of the best Evangelical scholars in the UK, many of whom have since gone to their reward, including Marshall himself. The volume has proved to be of enduring value to students, particularly F.F Bruce’s masterful summary of the history of…

New Testament Background | Paul

Francis Lyall on Roman Law in the Writings of Paul

The following article is now available on-line in PDF. Francis Lyall, “Roman Law in the Writings of Paul – Aliens and Citizens,” Evangelical Quarterly 48.1 (Jan.-Mar. 1976): 3-14. My thanks to Professor Lyall for his kind permission. The themes explored in this article are developed more fully in Francis Lyall, Slaves, Citizens, Sons. Legal Metaphors in…