GDRS Student new Assistant Editor of New Testament Abstracts Journal at Boston College
Chris will contribute to the general editorial functions (selection, composition, editing, and publication of content) for the journal. He will be working with with the Editor of NTA to monitor all publications, books and journals, relevant to the modern discipline of New Testament studies,including related material from the Jewish and Hellenistic/ Greco-Roman period; the sub-disciplines of archeology, Rabbinic Judaism, the Dead Sea scrolls, and Gnosticism; and modern hermeneutical and literary, anthropological, social-scientific methods and theories.
Every year NTA abstracts at least 2,150 articles chosen from more than 500 periodicals in numerous languages (primarily English, German, and French) and offers book notices for approximately 850 recently published books.
After finishing his dissertation, Chris will have the opportunity to teach one course per semester at BC’s School of Theology and Ministry.