Monday, January 28, 2008

AGTS Spring Lectureship - Craig S. Keener

The Assemblies of God Theological Seminary has posted Dr Craig S. Keener's lectures on New Testament Missiology on their website for all to hear. You can also hear the lectures via podcast.

A brilliant scholar and passionate evangelist, Dr. Craig S. Keener (M.Div. 1987; 2006 AGTS Alumnus of the Year) is one of the most prolific New Testament scholars today. He has written seven commentaries and six books including Gift and Giver (Baker Academic, 2001), Paul, Women and Wives: Marriage and Women’s Ministry in the Letters of Paul (Hendrickson, 1992), and Defending Black Faith (IVP, 1997). His 1995 publication of the IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament (IVP 1994) has sold over 350,000 copies in nine languages. He spoke at AGTS during the Spring Lectureship Series.

Dr. Craig S. Keener serves as professor of New Testament at Palmer Theological Seminary in Wynnewood, Pa. He earned his Ph.D. in New Testament and Christian Origins from Duke University in 1991. His passion for racial reconciliation is seen in his commitment to pastoral ministry in inner-city Philadelphia.

Good stuff! Let me know what you think!

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At 4:10 PM, Blogger Celucien L. Joseph said...

Brian, Keener is my favorite NT scholar. He is both brillant and humble. We have exchanged correspondence before. Thanks for the reference. I'm going to listen to those lectures.
Brian, as far as getting books: you simply need to email the publishers. It took about three weeks for me to receive my books.

Take care,

At 3:09 PM, Blogger mike said...

Thanks for this. I'm looking forward to listening to them when I have the time.

At 1:34 PM, Blogger ptrip said...

Craig Keener is one of my all-time best friends. We went to CBC together and Ben Aker was both his and my mentor and we are more than blessed to have him as mentor. However, I tried to listen to the podcast and it wouldnt play. Is there something I am missing? I stay in contact with Craig regularly and love listening to him. He taught me how to Memorize the New Testament.

At 1:35 PM, Blogger ptrip said...

oops, my last comment is from


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