As regular readers will know, this blog serves as an outlet for my Biblical and theological studies. In September last year I became a full-time teacher at Calvary Chapel Bible College York and I was able to spend more time in my studies and actually choose ‘topics’ to focus in on for that semester. These topics coincided with my future teaching plans; I studied Biblical Greek, Paul and the Law, Paul and Judaism and the letter to the Romans.

Anyway, with a new semester just begun, I have spent some time thinking about my studies. Since I am teaching two core classes (Romans and Theology), and there is a long summer break between semesters, I will probably pull back a little on secondary studies and book reviews. However, I will continue posting here as usual, hopefully more on what I’m actually teaching.

So here is what you can expect in the next few months:

  • Paul and the New Perspective. You can expect some thoughts on Preston Sprinkle’s Paul and Judaism as well as a review of Stephen Westerholm’s Justification Reconsidered very soon.
  • Romans. As I study and teach through Romans I expect to post on interpretative issues and the commentaries I am using.
  • Job. I’m reading through Job with Tremper Longman’s commentary in my morning devotions and have some posts planned on Job topics. That should keep things interesting!
  • More resources. I will post on how I’m self-learning Greek and great free resources I’ve come across and can recommend.
  • More interviews. I have a number of interview ideas that I just need to get on top of. These will be kept a surprise until I actually get confirmed interviewees.

So that’s it for now. I’m sure things will arise, but that’s the basic plan for now!