Kudos to John Byron and Joel Lohr on editing a nice new little book called I (Still) Believe: Leading Biblical Scholars Share Their Stories of Faith and Scholarship (Zondervan, 2015). This book contains short autobiographical essays by respected scholars such as James D.G. Dunn, Walter Moberly, Ellen Davis, Patrick Miller, Beverly Gaventa, Gordon Fee, Richard Bauckham and Morna Hooker (18 total).
As far as I know, none of these scholars blog (am I right, John?), but if they did, this is the kind of thing readers might like to know from them – how has scholarship affected your faith and vice versa?
I was going to blog through the book, but Ken has beat me to it, so I will leave that task in his capable hands. Instead, I will just say – get the book!
A few quick observation: I have read several of the essays and I noticed a…
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