The ETC blog is a collective effort. Listed here are the blog’s contributors over the years.
Peter M. Head (ed.)New Testament Tutor at Wycliffe Hall, University of Oxford
In recent years Peter Head has been a Fellow of St Edmund’s College, Cambridge and an Affiliated Lecturer in the Faculty of Divinity. Among other things he is currently working on a major monograph on The Role of the Letter Carrier in Pauline Correspondence.
Tommy Wasserman (ed.)Associate Professor in New Testament Exegesis and Academic Dean at Örebro School of Theology
Dr. Wasserman wrote a PhD dissertation on the text and transmission of the Epistle of Jude published as The Epistle of Jude: Its Text and Transmission. He is currently chair of the text-critical seminar of the Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas and serves on the editorial board of New Testament Studies.
Dr. Peter Williams earned his M.A., M.Phil., and Ph.D. at Cambridge University studying ancient languages and was a Senior Lecturer in New Testament in the University of Aberdeen. He is chair of the International Greek New Testament Project and a member of the Translation Committee of the English Standard Version of the Bible
At Tyndale House Dirk does research in the transmission of the text of the New Testament and is preparing the Tyndale House Edition of the Greek New Testament (THGNT). He is also involved in mentoring initiatives of the European Leadership Forum and is co-leader of its Theologians Network.
Christian Askeland’s book John’s gospel: the Coptic translations of its Greek text (de Gruyter, 2012) won the International Association of Coptic Studies 2012 award for excellence. He is currently completing a critical edition of the Sahidic Coptic text of the Revelation of John
Michael Holmes is a member of the Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas, the Institute for Biblical Research, the Society of Biblical Literature, and the North American Patristics Society. He serves on the Executive Committee of the International Greek New Testament Project, the Editorial Board for New Testament Studies, and CSNTM.
Maurice Robinson has been teaching at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary since 1991. He is the editor with William G. Pierpont of the The New Testament in the Original Greek: Byzantine Textform and is currently working on a major textual commentary on that text.
Peter R. Rodgers holds degrees from Hobart College, General Theological Seminary and Oxford University. In his retirement, he teaches New Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary, Sacramento campus, and is Pastor of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Antelope, CA.
Randall Buth earned a PhD in Semitic languages from UCLA where he studied under Stanislav Segert. Randall returned to Africa to continue his work in Bible translation all the while becoming a recognized voice in the academic field of biblical studies, linguistics, and discourse analysis.
Amy Anderson teaches New Testament and Greek every semester, and is the regular instructor for Johannine Literature. She loves to talk to students about ancient Greek manuscripts, preparing for grad school or seminary, and university ministry.
Dr. Meade currently teaches Hebrew Language and Exegesis and Old Testament Literature. He also teaches elective courses on the Septuagint and Biblical Theology. Dr. Meade’s research interests include Origen’s Hexapla (www.hexapla.org), the Septuagint, Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible, and Biblical Theology.
Bill Warren teaches in the areas of Textual Criticism, History of the Bible, Social Settings of the New Testament, Synoptic Gospels, Greek Grammar and Syntax
Before his current position, Dr Gathercole studied in the Universities of Cambridge and Durham, as well as for short periods at the University of Tübingen and the Jewish Theological Seminary, New York. He taught in the University of Aberdeen for seven years.
Mike Bird graduated with a B.Min from Malyon College (2001) and Honours and Ph.D from the University of Queensland (2002, 2005). Michael taught New Testament at the Highland Theological College in Scotland (2005-9) before joining Crossway College in Brisbane as lecturer in Theology (2010-12). He joined the faculty at Ridley as lecturer in Theology in 2013.
Jean-Louis is 66 years old, and lives in Belgium. He is married, with two children, one grandson. His academic background includes a Masters in evangelical theology, Faculté libre de théologie évangélique de Vaux-sur-Seine; a Masters in oriental philology and history, Université catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve. He is currently preparing a new edition of the Armenian version of the Acts of the Apostles, including lectionaries and patristic citations. He is also preparing the editio princeps of the Armenian version of Gregory Nazianzenus’s Oratio 41 “On Pentecost.”
Peter recently finished a PhD thesis at England’s greatest university on the Coherence-Based Genealogical Method under the supervision of Peter Head. He now lives in the city where Hermann von Soden was born.