I hate being pinned down or “figured out” and I’m always skeptical (and a little annoyed) by those who try. However, I must admit that my wife won me over to the Myer-Briggs personality type system. Yes, yes, these things are all flawed, but I have found it uncanny how much it has helped me understand myself and other people. When a new semester begins at CCBCY, we love to try and guess the personality types of each student to better understand them. Maybe this sounds weird, but as an introverted teacher I need all the help I can get!
Tag: Douglas Moo
Douglas Moo is a veteran and respected commentator, particularly in the area of Paul’s epistles. Having written the esteemed Romans commentary in the NICNT series, he is a natural choice for a guide to this most sweeping of Paul’s letters. I had the pleasure to read the second edition of Encountering the Book of Romans: A Theological Survey in the Encountering Biblical Studies series from Baker, and now it’s my privileged to review it.
Commentary writing can be a bit of a mystery, and with Doug Moo’s highly anticipated Galatians (BECNT) commentary being released in just over a month I thought I’d ask Moo a little about how it’s done.
Biblical Training has recently put up a free course on Romans by New Testament Scholar Dr. Douglas Moo. Moo’s 1996 commentary is considered one of the best – quite a feat for such a popular book for commentators.