As we better understand Jesus and the first century, we can better understand today.
David has specialised in storied Biblical theology (see also Resources), concentrating on Professor N.T. Wright’s work (see also Resources by N.T. Wright).
N.T. Wright’s work is an important part of a fresh paradigm on Paul, informed by historical research.
Out from study, David’s understanding of Jesus informs his research on the argument of the introduction of Romans.
David released The Introduction of Romans, Refreshed in June, 2020.
(He is currently working on a second edition, expanding the same basic argument.)
For more information, see the Book Release page.
David is currently working on a second edition of The Introduction of Romans, Refreshed.
See David’s notes on verses at dstheology.wordpress.com :
- Romans 1:1 – Having been separated into the gospel
- Romans 1:2 – Which he promised beforehand
- Romans 1:3 – The having come into being
See David’s grammar questions on B-Greek, The Biblical Greek Forum:
- Romans 1:1. Own translation. Grammar check
- Romans 1:2. Grammar enquiry
- Romans 1:3. Own translation. Grammar check
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