Congratulations, Dr. Esau McCaulley!

Esau McCaulley, Assistant Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Northeastern Seminary, successfully defended his PhD thesis on Monday, April 3, at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland (his supervisor was N. T. Wright, pictured below with Esau, after the defense).

The full title of Dr. McCaulley’s dissertation is: Sharing in the Son’s Inheritance: Davidic Messianism and Paul’s Worldwide Interpretation of the Abrahamic Land Promise in Galatians.”

Northeastern Seminary is proud of you, Esau, and we are delighted that you are part of our faculty. Congratulations!

For more on Northeastern Seminary, see my earlier blog post, “Northeastern Seminary—A Hidden Gem.

Longer Still (Post Election Reflections of a Black Man amongst the Evangelicals)

Here is a new post by my colleague Esau McCaulley, prof. of New Testament at Northeastern Seminary.

The Scriptures that contain the stories of Israel, the Messiah Jesus, and the early church have long shaped how I viewed the world. It was the bible that affirmed black personhood in the fac…

Source: Longer Still (Post Election Reflections of a Black Man amongst the Evangelicals)

Discounted Registration for Michael Gorman Conference Extended for One More Week (till February 8)

This is an update to my previous posts about the theology conference at Northeastern Seminary with Michael Gorman (entitled Participation in God’s Mission).

Discounted registration has now been extended to February 8, with a further discount available to students.

More details about the conference can be found in my previous blog post here.

This is the registration link for the conference.

A full schedule of the conference (Friday evening March 18 and all-day Saturday March 19), including descriptions of Dr. Gorman’s keynote lectures (on “Paul, the Mission of God, and the Contemporary Church” and “John: The Nonsectarian, Missional Gospel“), can be found on the Northeastern Seminary theology conference page.

There will be about forty papers presented on various aspects of the conference theme in concurrent sessions.

I hope to see you there!