Beginning today and from time to time I’m going to post a series titled ‘Scholars You Should Know’. These are folk who are doing what I think is very useful, very meaningful, and very interesting work.
Some of them will be scholars in their own right known to small circles of students and colleagues, and others will be well known (to most). Still others will be grad students that I think will be worth ‘keeping an eye on’.
Their fields will be biblical studies, archaeology, and linguistics along, of course, with Church History. I hope that this series will introduce folk to one another and that those engaged in our beloved disciplines will perhaps discover someone with which to dialogue. Because that, really, is what it’s all about.