Michael Gorman – Romans in Pastoral and Theological Perspectives

Episode: Michael Gorman, renowned Pauline scholar, has now penned a commentary on Romans. The commentary is for a diverse audience, including pastors and students. So OnScript co-host Matthew Bates, who is presently teaching a course on Romans, gets special assistance from his current students to ask Mike a smorgasbord of questions. Join us for this especially student friendly episode.

Guest: Professor Michael J. Gorman (Mike) has held the Raymond E. Brown Chair in Biblical Studies and Theology at St. Mary’s Seminary and University since 2012. He has taught at St. Mary’s since 1991, first in St. Mary’s Ecumenical Institute and then, beginning in 1993, in both the Ecumenical Institute and the Seminary (School of Theology). From 1994 to 2012 he served as Dean of St. Mary’s Ecumenical Institute. He is a New Testament scholar who specializes in the theology and spirituality of the apostle Paul, the Gospel of John, the book of Revelation, and the theological and missional interpretation of Scripture. He is the author of nearly twenty books and numerous articles, including several volumes on Paul as well as works on Revelation, John, the atonement, Christian ethics, and biblical interpretation more generally. He’s the author of numerous books, including the following:

(from the St. Mary’s website)

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