Nicholas Thomas Wright


Curriculum Vitae — Web Version



Personal Details


Born 1st December 1948 in Morpeth, Northumberland, England.

Second child (and oldest son) of Nicholas Irwin Wright (1920-2011) and Rosemary, nee Forman (1923-  ).

Married (1971) to Margaret Elizabeth Anne Fiske; 2 sons, 2 daughters, 3 grandchildren.  British citizenship.

Leisure interests: music, the classical world, golf, hill walking, poetry, pastoral psychology.

Website:; Twitter: @profntwright



Academic and Professional Record


Full-Time Positions Held

2010—  Research Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity, University of St Andrews

2003-10 Bishop of Durham

2000–3  Canon of Westminster (‘Lector Theologiae’, i.e. Canon Theologian)

                SPCK Research Fellow

1994–99         Dean of Lichfield

1986–93         Lecturer in New Testament Studies, Oxford University; Fellow, Tutor and Chaplain of Worcester College, Oxford

1981–86         Assistant Professor of New Testament Language and Literature, McGill University, Montreal; also Honorary Professor, Montreal Diocesan Theological College

1978–81         Fellow and Chaplain, Downing College, Cambridge; College Tutor in Theology

1975–78         Junior Research Fellow, Merton College, Oxford, and College Tutor in Theology; from 1976, also Junior Chaplain; from 1977, Acting Lecturer in Theology




2012              Honorary Doctor of Divinity, St Mary’s Seminary and University, Baltimore

2012                Mark O. Hatfield Leadership Award, Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, Washington DC

2010                Honorary Doctor of Divinity, London University

2010                Honorary Doctor of Divinity, Northumbria University

2009                Honorary Doctor of Divinity, University of St Andrews

2008                Honorary Doctor of Divinity, John Leland Center for Theological Studies, Washington DC

2007                Honorary Doctor of Divinity, Durham University

2006                Honorary Doctor of Divinity, Wycliffe College, Toronto

2006                Honorary Doctor of Divinity, Nashotah House, Wisconsin

2004                Honorary Fellow, Merton College, Oxford

2003                Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, Gordon College, Massachusetts

2003                Honorary Fellow, Downing College, Cambridge

2001                Honorary Doctor of Divinity, Aberdeen University


Visiting Lectureships, &c. (last twenty years plus earlier highlights)


2013                Visiting Lecturer, Erfurt University (January); Biologos Foundation, New York (April); Ridley College, Melbourne (July); Eastern European Theology Conference, Belgrade (August); Orebro Theological College and Lund University (Sweden) (September); Bible and Mission Conference, Calvin College (November) (forthcoming)


2012                January Series, Calvin College; Worship Conference, Calvin College; Guest Lecture, Presidents’ Conference (Council for Christian Colleges and Universities), Washington DC (February); Conference of Italian Bishops, Rome (February); Biologos Foundation, New York (March); ‘Building Bridges’ seminar (Christian-Muslim dialogue), London and Canterbury (April); Commencement Address and public lectures, St Mary’s Seminary and University, Baltimore (May); President’s Lectures, Princeton Theological Seminary (October); Christian Century Annual Lecture, Chicago (October); Northwestern University, Evanston (November); Religion and Ethics Seminar, University of Chicago Divinity School (November); Elmbrook Church, Milwaukee (November); Evangelical Theological Society, Milwaukee (November)


2011                Visiting lecturer, Trinity College, Bristol (January); Guest Lecturer, Bristol Society of Christian Studies (January); Marburg Theological Conference (February); Society of Christian Philosophers regional conference, Fordham University, New York (March); Sarum Lectures, Salisbury (May); International SBL Meeting, King’s College, London (July); ‘On Eagles’ Wings’, American Bible Society celebration of the 400th Anniversary of the King James Version, New York (July); ‘Socrates in the City’, New York (July); Irish Church Leaders’ Conference, Belfast (October); Dublin C. S. Lewis Society (October); Moody Bible Institute, Chicago (November); Mercer University, Atlanta (November); Fuller in Sacramento (November); Newbigin House of Study, San Francisco (November); SBL Annual Meeting, San Francisco (November)


2010                Lecture, ‘God and Government’, for Theos think-tank, House of Commons (February); Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst (September); Pastors’ Conference, Duke University (October); Stanton Lectures, Dallas (November); Distinguished Lecturer, Trinity Western University (November); ETS Lecture, Atlanta (November); IBR Lecture, Atlanta (November)


2009                Visiting Professor, Cranmer Hall, Durham, Masters’ course (January and April); Visiting Professor, Fuller Theological Seminary D Min. course (February); visiting lecturer, two church conferences in greater LA area; visiting lecturer, Conference on ‘Freedom and Responsibility’, Alba Iulia (Romania) (May); visiting preacher/lecturer, Diocese of Mauritius (August); William Sheide Fellow and Senior Member,  Center of Theological Inquiry, Princeton (September–December); Visiting Lecturer, Cardinal Archbishop’s Colloquim in Memory of Carsten Peter Thiede, Vienna (November)


2008                Yale Divinity School (conference on Worship and the Spirit), February; St Mary’s Seminary and University, Baltimore (February); National Pastors’ Conference, San Diego (February); London School of Economics (February); Conservative Christian Fellowship, London (March); St Andrew’s, Holborn (March). ‘Fulcrum’ conference, London (April), ‘Socrates in the City’, New York (April), and similar lectures in Nashville and Atlanta; Göttingen conference on Paul and Israel (May), Moule Memorial Lecture, Cambridge (June); Pauline Symposium, the Ecumenical Patriarchate, Istanbul (October); Synod of Bishops, Rome (October); City Church, San Francisco (October); Squance Lecture, Sedbergh (November); Diocese of Carlow (November); Harvard University (November); Gordon-Conwell Seminary (November); Inter-Varsity Graduate Conference, Chicago (December)


2007                January Series, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan (January); Center for Religion and Society, Roanoke College, Virginia (March); Spencer Edmunds Lecture, Second Presbyterian Church, Roanoke, Virginia (March); The Cecile and Gene Usdin Judaeo-Christian Lecture at Flagler College, St Augustine, Florida (March); The Albert Cardinal Meyer Lectures, Mundelein Seminary, Illinois (March); Asbury Seminary, Kentucky (November); the Bishop Elliott Society, San Antonio (November); Laity Lodge, San Antonio (November); the  James Gregory Lecture, St Andrews (December)


2006                F. D. Maurice Lectures, Kings College, London (Feb/March); visiting lecturer, Macquarie University, Sydney; Moore College, Sydney; St Mark’s College, Canberra; various other institutions in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, & Brisbane (March/April); Wycliffe College, Toronto; Nashotah House, Wisconsin (May); Manchester Cathedral (September); William Belden Noble Lecturer 2006–7, Harvard University (October); Lecture to Capitol Hill Staff, Washington DC (October); ‘Socrates in the City’, New York (October); Hayward Lecturer, Acadia Divinity College, Nova Scotia (November); Evangelical Philosophical Society, Washington DC (November); Society of Biblical Literature, Washington DC (November); Trinity College, Dublin (December)


2005                Visiting Lecturer, Auburn Avenue Presbyterian Church, Monroe, Louisiana; St Andrew’s Church, Charleston, S Carolina; Pepperdine University (January); Queen’s University, Belfast (February); Firth Lectures, Nottingham University (March); New Orleans Theological Seminary (March); Seattle Pacific University (May); Anglican Consultative Council, Nottingham (June); Didsbury Lectures, Nazarene Theological College, Manchester (October); Ehrhardt Seminar, Manchester University (October); ‘Second Thought’, Sheffield (November); Davidson College, North Carolina (November); Anglican Association of Biblical Scholars, Philadelphia (November); Society of Biblical Literature, Philadelphia (November)


2004                Hulsean Lectures, Cambridge University; Schaff Lectures, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary; Hoon-Bullock Lectures, San Antonio; main presentation at British SNTS conference (Edinburgh) and Christians for Biblical Equality conference (Durham); presentation at Annual Meeting of SBL (San Antonio)


2003                Stephenson Lectures, Sheffield University; also lectured at Calvin College, Grand Rapids; Kanuga Conference Centre, North Carolina; University of Iowa; Gordon College, Massachusetts; various other locations in the USA, including public review of John A. T. Robinson’s Honest to God 40 years on at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature, and lectures for the Evangelical Theological Society and the Evangelical Philosophical Society


2002                (Feb/March) McCarthy Visiting Professor, Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome; lecturer, C.S. Lewis Institute, Washington DC; Lecture to White House Bible Study Group, Washington DC (September); Visiting Lecturer, Baylor University


2001                Commencement address at Trinity School, Bloomington, Minnesota (June); Parchman Lectures at George W. Truett Theological Seminary, Baylor University (October); Lecturer, C.S. Lewis Institute, Washington DC (November)


2000                Sprunt Lectures, Union Seminary, Virginia (January); Manson Memorial Lecture, Manchester (October); Charles Gore Lecture, Westminster Abbey (November); St Michael’s Seminary, Baltimore (November)


1999                (Fall Term) Visiting Professor, Harvard Divinity School


1999                (January-March) Visiting Research Fellow, Merton College, Oxford; Regent College, Vancouver (May); St Andrews (June); McMaster Divinity College (June); various locations in New Zealand (July/August); various locations in USA


1998                The Kenneth W. Clark Lectures, Duke Divinity School, Durham, NC (Feb.); Westminster Abbey (March); York Minster (May); Wycliffe Hall, Oxford (June, August); The Harrell F. Beck Lectures, Massachusetts (Oct.); The Lund Lectures, North Park Seminary (Oct.); Center of Theological Inquiry, Princeton (November)


1997                The Francis B. Denio Lectures, Bangor Theological Seminary, Maine (Feb.); Guest Lectures, Church of the Messiah, St Paul, Minnesota, & St Stephen’s Church, Minneapolis (Feb.); Covenant Church Mid-Winter conference, Chicago (Feb.); Bishop’s Lectures, Winchester (Feb.); Regent College, Vancouver (May); The Hoon-Bullock Lectures, Trinity University/First Presbyterian Church, San Antonio, Texas (Oct.); the DuBose Lectures, Sewanee Theological Seminary (Oct.); Association of Theological Booksellers, San Francisco (Nov.); series of one-day seminars in various locations in U.S.A. (Feb., April, Oct., Nov.).


1996                Prideaux Lectures, Exeter University (February); Baylor University Seminar on Isaiah 53 in early Christianity (February); American Church Leaders’ Conference, Dallas (February); Asbury Theological Seminary (April); Burns Lectures, Otago University NZ (September); other lectures/seminars in Wellington, Auckland, and elsewhere in NZ (Sept/Oct); Shaffer Lectures, Yale University (October); Drumwright Lectures, South Western Theological Seminary, Texas (October); series of one-day seminars in various locations in U.S.A. & Canada (Feb, April, October, November)


1995                Visiting Lecturer, University of East Anglia (Feb.); Regent College, Vancouver/Vancouver School of Theology (Feb.); Methodist Sacramental Fellowship (Mar.); Lincoln Theological College (April); Duke University, Durham NC (and preacher in Chapel) (March); Gheens Lectures, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, KY (April); Canterbury Diocesan Study Day (May); Christian Resources Exhibition (May); Ridley Hall, Cambridge (June); Oxford University External Studies Dept. (June); the Parliamentary Christian Fellowship (June); Paulinus Lecture, Dewsbury (Oct.); Bishop’s Lecturer, Wakefield (Nov.); series of one-day seminars in various locations in U.S.A. (Feb., April, Sept., Nov.).


1994                Visiting Lecturer, Oxford University External Studies Dept. (Jan.); Birmingham University External Studies Dept. (Mar.); Lonergan Workshop, Boston College, Massachusetts (April); Guildford Diocese Clergy Conference (April); Cambridge Federation of Theological Colleges (May); Southwark Diocese Clergy Day (May); Tyndale Fellowship Annual Conference (The Tyndale Biblical Theology Lecture 1994) (July); International Society of Biblical Literature Meeting, Leuven (August); Durham Seminar on Paul and the Law (Sept.); Canadian Theological Seminary (Sept); Chester Literary Festival (Oct.); Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting, Chicago (November)


1993                Visiting Lecturer, Anglican Fellowship of Prayer Annual Institute, Orlando, Florida (January); Covenant Church Annual Convention, Chicago (February); Senior NT Seminar, Durham University (March); ‘In the Steps of St Paul’ (Greece and Turkey), April; Schloss Mittersill, Austria (June); Wycliffe College, Toronto (July); Regent College, Vancouver (July); St Louis, MO (August); Greenbelt Arts Festival (August); Chichester Theological College (September); British Society for New Testament Studies Annual Meeting (September); King’s College, London (October); Spurgeon’s College, London (‘The Drew Lecture on Immortality’) (November); Anglican Association of Biblical Scholars, Washington (November); SBL, Washington (November)


1992                Visiting Lecturer, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas (February); Senior Seminar, Faculty of Divinity, Cambridge University (February); Seminar in Faculty of Religious Studies, University of Kent at Canterbury (March); Greenbelt Arts Festival (August); Society of Biblical Literature, San Francisco (November)


1991                Visiting Lecturer, St Mary’s College, St Andrews (February); Beeson Divinity School, Birmingham, Alabama (April); Exeter University/Cathedral (May); Diocese of Montreal (July); Institute for Christian Studies, Toronto (July); Regent College, Vancouver (July); North Park Seminary, Chicago (October); Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, Illinois (October); Institute for Biblical Research, Kansas City (November)


1990                Visiting Lecturer, Birmingham University School for Continuing Studies; Greenbelt Arts Festival


1989                Visiting Lecturer, Senior Seminar in Biblical Studies, Sheffield University; McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario (Seminar in Honour of Ben F. Meyer);Visiting Professor, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, and St. George’s College, Jerusalem                           


1989, 1990     Lecturer, North American Summer School, Mansfield College, Oxford


1989—            Lecturer, Oxford Summer School in Religious Studies, Lincoln College/ University College/ Wadham College, Oxford


1988                Visiting Lecturer, Vacation Term for Biblical Studies, Oxford


1988, ‘89, ‘91             Visiting Lecturer, Institute for Christian Studies, Toronto


1986, ‘88, ‘91, ‘93, ‘95, ‘97           Visiting Professor, Regent College, Vancouver


1982                Visiting Lecturer, Yale Divinity School (Conference on Evangelism)


Research Students supervised


a. at McGill, 1981–6

MA thesis on apocalyptic in Paul

MA thesis on Son of Man in synoptic trial narratives

MA thesis on Principalities and Powers in Paul

MA thesis on monotheism in Paul and James

MA thesis on 1 Thessalonians

PhD thesis on the origins of the Eucharist (co-supervised)

PhD thesis on Body of Christ in Paul

PhD thesis on Repentance in Paul

(all successfully completed)


b. at Oxford, 1986–1997 (I continued to supervise from Lichfield)

DPhil thesis on Exodus imagery in Romans and Galatians

DPhil thesis on the Antioch incident in Galatians 2

DPhil thesis on the social context of Philippians

DPhil thesis on the argument of, and opponents in, Philippians

(all successfuly completed)



c. At St Andrews, 2011 --

                                      I have five graduate students who started work in September 2011 towards doctorates in subjects ranging across the gospels and epistles of the New Testament. Three more will start in September 2012.



Other Responsibilities

2010                       Chair (and organizer) of ‘War, Peace and Faith’ Symposium on board HMS Bulwark (theologians and leading military personnel)

2004                       Member of Lambeth Commission (‘Eames 2’), responsible for the Windsor Report

2003–10                Visitor, University of Durham

2003–10                Member of the House of Lords

2003–10                Chairman, Auckland Castle Trust

2003–2006           Chairman, Auckland Castle Enterprises

2001–08                Member of International Anglican Theological and Doctrinal Commission

2000–3                  Member of Governing Body, Greycoat Hospital School, Westminster

1998–2001           Chair, Historical Jesus section, Society of Biblical Literature

1998–9                  Chairman of the Board, Cannock Chase District Council Single Regeneration Budget application for Norton Canes

1997–9                  Member of Board of Governors, University of Staffordshire

1994–9                  Honorary Chaplain, Staffordshire Regiment

1994–9                  Assessor, Police Mutual Society

1992–9                  Canon Theologian, Coventry Cathedral

1991—                  Fellow, Institute for Christian Studies, Toronto

1991–6                  Assistant Editor, Journal for the Study of the New Testament

1991                       Member, International Anglican Theological and Doctrinal Consultation

1990–93                Parent Governor, New College School, Oxford

1989–95                Member, Doctrine Commission of the General Synod of the Church of England

1989–92                Trustee, G.B. Caird Memorial Trust

1989–94                Member of College Council, St John’s College, Durham (Advisor on Appointments Committee, 1989)

1989                       Chairman for final session of Pauline Theology Seminar, Society of Biblical Literature, Anaheim

1988–91                Member, Board of the Faculty of Theology, Oxford (and various ancillary committees)

1988–90                Secretary, Theology Faculty, Oxford

1986–93                (and 1975–8)  Member, Oxford-Bonn Joint Theological Seminar

1986–93                Senior Member, O.U. Rugby Fives Club, Canadian Society, Christian Union

1985–6                  Member, Canadian Anglican-Roman Catholic Consultation

1984                       McGill Representative, North American Association of Theological Schools Consultation

1983/4                   McGill Representative, Council for Graduate Studies in Religion

1983–6                  Chairman, McGill F.R.S. Committee on Computer Policy

1982–5                  Chairman, McGill F.R.S. Chapel Committee

1981–5                  Member, McGill F.R.S. Faculty Council (and various ancillary committees)

1982                       Observer, Canadian Anglican-Roman Catholic Consultation

1978–81                Member, Church of England Archbishops’ Commission on Christian Doctrine

1976                       Member, Consultation on Hermeneutics (World Council of Churches/World Evangelical Fellowship), Montreux, Switzerland

1975                       Church of England Delegate, World Council of Churches 5th Assembly, Nairobi, Kenya

1973–5                  Lay member of PCC, St Ebbe’s Church, Oxford


Scholarly Society Involvement

I am a member of the Society for New Testament Studies, the Society of Biblical Literature, the Institute for Biblical Research, the Tyndale Fellowship for Biblical Research, and the Anglican Association of Biblical Scholars.


Church-Related Responsibilities (other than those involved in current employment in each case)


2013                             Guest Lecturer, Scottish Church Theology Society (January)

2011                             Guest preacher, Calvary St George, Manhattan; Guest Preacher, Willow Creek Church, Chicago (November)

2011                             Guest preacher, University Chapel, St Andrews (Palm Sunday, and 600th anniversary Service, June 26)

2011                             Guest lecturer, annual conference of Naval Chaplains

2011                             Guest preacher/speaker, Christ Church, Greenwich, Connecticut, and St Barnabas, Nashville, Tennessee

2010                             Anglican Delegate at ‘Harvesting the Fruits’ conference, Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, Rome (February); main speaker, Manchester Diocesan Clergy Conference (July)

2008                             Spring Harvest main speaker, April ; Oxford University Sermon, June; Anglican Delegate at the Roman Catholic Synod of Bishops, October

2006                             Consultant, Camp Allen (Texas) meeting of ‘Windsor Bishops’, September

2004                             Main Speaker, ‘Emerging Church’ conference, July

2003                             Member of Christian-Muslim Dialogue, Qatar

2000—10                    Visiting preacher/lecturer at various churches, diocesan conferences, etc. Feature interview in Church of England Newspaper, February 01; in The Times, February 22 2003

1999                             Lecture tour in USA jointly with Marcus J. Borg. Various lectures, sermons, conferences in New Zealand, Canada and USA (including Chautauqua)

1994—9                      Various sermons, lectures and conferences in the dioceses of Lichfield, Coventry and elsewhere. Visiting lecturer at various diocesan conferences, etc. Public debate with A. N. Wilson in St James’, Piccadilly, on Paul and Christian Origins (May 1997)

1993                             Visiting speaker at various conferences and meetings around the U.K. in connection with the question ‘Who Was Jesus?’; visiting preacher, various churches etc. including Downing College, Cambridge (April); New College, Oxford (November); Feature interview in the Church Times, November.

1992                             Visiting lecturer/preacher, Perkins School of Theology (February); St Paul’s Church, Cambridge (February); Southwark Diocese Training Day (March); Anglican Diocese of Armagh (November); Newcastle Diocesan Conference, Swanwick (November).

1991                             Visiting Speaker, Church of England General Synod

1990                             Visiting Lecturer, Middle East Clergy conference, Cyprus; Leader/speaker, Chapter retreat, Carlisle diocese; Visiting Lecturer, Leadership Development Group (Diocese of Oxford)

1989                             Anglican Assessor, Ecumenical Chaplaincy Review, Keele University

1986–93                      Visiting Preacher, various churches in Oxford area (and 1972–8)

1986                             Visiting Professor, Ontario Theological Seminary (and 1982); Visiting Preacher, St. John’s Church, Vancouver: First Baptist Church, Vancouver: Knox Presbyterian Church, Toronto: Little Trinity Church, Toronto

1985                             Visiting Lecturer, Canadian House of Bishops Annual Meeting, Pierrefonds, Quebec; Visiting Lecturer, Montreal Bible Society Annual Meeting; Guest Speaker, C.B.C. ‘Thought for the Day’; Guest Lecturer, Canadian Evangelical Theological Society Annual Meeting, Montreal (also 1984, Toronto); Lecturer, ‘Focus’ conference, Yale (also 1982)

1984                             Main Speaker, Montreal Diocesan Clergy Conference; Retreat Conductor, Montreal Bishops’ Pre-Consecration Retreat

Visiting Lecturer, Knox Summer Fellowship, Toronto (also 1983, 1982); Visiting Lecturer, Presbyterian College Extension Course, Montreal (also 1982): also several similar events in Montreal churches and colleges, 1982–6; Visiting Lecturer/Participant, Consultation on ‘The Jesus of History’, Covenant Presbyterian Church, Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.A.

1978–81                      Visiting Preacher, various churches in Cambridge area





(i) University of Oxford: Exeter College (from 1975, Merton College):


2000                             D.D. (published work submitted, principally The New Testament and the People of God, The Climax of the Covenant and Jesus and the Victory of God)

1981                             D.Phil. (Thesis topic: ‘The Messiah and the People of God: A Study in Pauline Theology with Particular Reference to the Argument of the Epistle to the Romans’; supervisor: Prof. G.B. Caird)

1975                             M.A.

1973                             B.A. (1st class Honours), Theology; Denyer and Johnson Prize (shared) for top first class of year; College Prize

1971                             B.A. (1st class Honours), Literae Humaniores; College Prize

                                      Half-blue in Rugby Fives; College 1st VIII (Rowing); President, Bishop Jewel Society (1969-70); President, Oxford Inter-Collegiate Christian Union (1970-71)


(ii) Sedbergh School, Yorkshire, 1962–68: specialised in Classics. School Colours for cricket, rugby, music and athletics

                                      Rugby: Northumberland County Under-19 XV


(iii) Professional Training and Ordination:


2003                             Consecrated Bishop

1976                             Ordained Priest

1975                             Ordained Deacon

1971–3                        Wycliffe Hall, Oxford


(iv)  Other early employment


1969                             Site labourer, local building site (constructing chemical factory)

1968, May-July          Dry chain labourer, Northwood Lumber Camp, Upper Fraser, British Columbia

1968, March-April        Freight loading, Canadian Pacific Railway, King St Depot, Toronto


Current Research


I have four major pieces of work on hand at the moment, the first a multi-volume project, the second a large-scale commentary, and the third a multi-volume popular-level commentary on the New Testament.


1.   Christian Origins and the Question of God


I am under contract with SPCK and Fortress to write a six-volume work under this general title. The individual volumes, and their dates due at the publishers, are as follows:


1. The New Testament and the People of God. Published 1992.

2. Jesus and the Victory of God. Published 1996.

3. The Resurrection of the Son of God. Published March 2003.

4. Paul and the Faithfulness of God. A full-dress study of Paul, currently in progress, expected now in 2013.

5. The Gospels and the Story of God. The four gospels as theologians in their own right. Due in  2014/15.

6. The Early Christians and the Purpose of God. The practical, hermeneutical and theological implications of all the above. Due . . . .


2.    A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on The Epistle to the Philippians, in The International Critical Commentary, new series (T. & T. Clark, Edinburgh). Due in 2014


3. Galatians, for the ‘Two Horizons’ commentary series (Eerdmans)


4. Romans: an updating and filling out of my 2002 commentary in the New Interpreters Bible.




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