"The work is an important contribution to Pauline studies and is a well-researched, thorough, and scholarly study."
As a theologian in the twenty first century it is a privilege to be part of a long tradition of learning in the Christian church. Augustine formulated the approach of thousands through the centuries with the words, credo ut intelligam ("I believe in order to understand"). Anselm of Canterbury expressed the same attitude with the statement, fides quaereus intellectum ("faith seeking understanding").
This passage from Scripture has always been a great encouragement to me:
My books and articles are my service to you. It gives me great joy to hear about professors and students using them, small groups discussing them, and pastors preaching from them!
Once again, welcome!
Integrating Faith and Daily Living:
Dr. Peter Gräbe (Regent University School of Divinity) and Dr. William Cox (Regent University School of Education) have been selected as one of the four winning teams for the 2007 Theological Education Renewal Awards Program, focusing on the integration of faith and practice (Yale Center for Faith and Culture).