PhD in New Testament?

Are you looking to pursue a PhD in New Testament? Nijay Gupta has laid out a pretty comprehensive set of factors to consider here from an evangelical perspective for schools in both the U.S. and U.K.

Some of the faculty that Nijay lists for schools have changed since his essay was written (e.g. Richard Bauckham is retiring from St Andrews, Markus Bockmuehl has moved from Cambridge to St Andrews [UPDATE 2007-09-23: and then on to Oxford], Peter Williams has moved from Aberdeen to Tyndale House).

The castle in Nijay’s blog header is Dunstanburgh Castle, which can be seen from my wife’s aunt and uncle’s cottage in Northum-berland, England. This is not too far from Durham University where Nijay is studying. Here’s another view…

2 Responses to “PhD in New Testament?”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Bockmuehl has already left St. Andrews for Oxford!

  2. Zephyr Says:

    Thanks for letting me know!

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