Introduction (under 2 min.)
The newly updated NRSV translation had great visibility at SBL 2022. In this photo I am by the exhibit of the project in the book display. It was a great privilege to be a part of this project.
From left to right, John Strong, co-author, Sonua Bohannon, Fortress press Marketing Manager, and myself. We are posing at our book-signing table at the Fortress Reception. Unable to attend the event was co-author Steven S. Tuell.
One of the most significant parts of SBL 2022 for me was sharing my research on Daniel 9 in the Daniel Program Unit. This was Session S20-211, Book of Daniel, and my talk was entitled, "The Anointed One Cut Off: Helpful Messianic Thinking about Daniel 9 at Qumran."
Brill Press had a wonderful luncheon at Panzano at SBL 2022 for contributors working on the "Brill Miracle Book." Here I am with the professor in charge of the whole project, Graham H. Twelftree, Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at the London School of Theology.
Dr. Alison Gruseke is a fellow Yalie and a wonderful scholar and person. She chaired our session on "Aging and Ageism" Friday evening at ASOR and she is co-editing the forthcoming second Festschrift for Robert R. Wilson, to which I am honored to have contributed an essay.
ASOR arranged for us to have free admission at the MFA, the Boston Museum of Fine Art. The MFA ancient Near Eastern section is well worth a visit. I was able to capture many 3D photos and some fantastic LIDAR scans.
Sermon on 1 Kings 19:1-9 preached at the Virginia Theological Seminary Chapel on 14 December 2022. About 16 minutes in length.
with Dr. Stephen L. Cook (St. John's, Lafayette Square, Holy Habits Podcast, March 20, 2021)