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  • Nils W. Lund Memorial Lecture (part 2) – M. Daniel Carroll

    Nils W. Lund Memorial Lecture (part 2) – M. Daniel Carroll

    M. Daniel Carroll R., of Denver Seminary, continues in his second lecture the historical context and theological implications of Old Testament Scripture. Carroll currently serves as the Distinguished Professor of Old Testament at Denver Seminary. Prior to his appointment to the seminary, he was professor of Old Testament and ethics and director of graduate studies at El Seminario Teológico Centroamericano in Guatemala City, Guatemala.

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  • Nils W. Lund Memorial Lecture (part 1) – M. Daniel Carroll

    Nils W. Lund Memorial Lecture (part 1) – M. Daniel Carroll

    M. Daniel Carroll R., of Denver Seminary, begins his lecture on the historical context and theological implications of Old Testament Scripture at North Park Theological Seminary’s (http://www.northpark.edu/seminary) Lund Lectures. Carroll currently serves as the Distinguished Professor of Old Testament at Denver Seminary. Prior to his appointment to the seminary, he was professor of Old Testament and ethics and director of graduate studies at El Seminario Teol√≥gico Centroamericano in Guatemala City, Guatemala.

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  • Nils W. Lund Memorial Lecture (part 2) – Paul Trebilco

    Nils W. Lund Memorial Lecture (part 2) – Paul Trebilco

    Paul Trebilco, of Otago University in Dunedin, New Zealand continues his exploration on the historical context and theological implications of the New Testament Scripture. Paul Trebilco is professor of New Testament. He studied chemistry at the University of Canterbury and completed his PhD in New Testament in 1987 at the University of Durham. He has published work on the Jewish and Greco-Roman backgrounds to the New Testament, the Acts of the Apostles, the Apostle Paul, early Christians in Ephesus, the […]

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  • Nils W. Lund Memorial Lecture (part 1) – Paul Trebilco

    Nils W. Lund Memorial Lecture (part 1) – Paul Trebilco

    Paul Trebilco, of Otago University in Dunedin, New Zealand explores the historical context and theological implications of the New Testament Scripture. Paul Trebilco is professor of New Testament. He studied chemistry at the University of Canterbury and completed his PhD in New Testament in 1987 at the University of Durham. He has published work on the Jewish and Greco-Roman backgrounds to the New Testament, the Acts of the Apostles, the Apostle Paul, early Christians in Ephesus, the relationship of Scripture […]

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