Most Useful Links and Materials
- Online Version of the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) of the Bible (here). This is the official translation that I use in my courses.
- Oxford Biblical Studies Online (here). Login through King's/UWO library when on campus.
- Bible Odyssey from the Society of Biblical LIterature HERE
- Bible Gateway. Multiple Versions of the Bible and some useful tools such as search function.
- The Three Worlds of the Text - by David L. Barr. From his book New Testament Story.
- Bible Basics (including "the 3 Worlds"). From Timothy Carmody, Reading the Bible (New York: Paulist Press, 2004), pp. 1-23.
- Explanation of the "Three Worlds of the Bible" (HERE). From An Introduction to the Bible: A Journey into Three Worlds (8th Edition) by Christian Hauer and William Young.
- Resources on Sacred Scripture from the Spring Hill College Theology website.
- The Best Online Bible Tools.From ENTER website.
- Basic Bibliography for Biblical Studies. From ENTER website.
- Links from the Catholic Biblical Society of America's website
Paul: His Life and Message
- Structure of New Testament Letters and Epistles (from ENTER) here
- Pauline Chronology (from ENTER) here
- Paul's Associates and Co-Workers (from ENTER) here
- Different Websites on Paul (from NT Gateway) here
- Dr. Ian Elmer's commentaries on various aspects of the figure of Paul, the Apostle (through Catholica here)
- The Paul Page
- 30 Days of Paul Blog from Westar Institute
- Five "Quick and Dirty Rules" for Interpreting Paul from Westar Institute
- Who Founded Christianity: Jesus or Paul? By N.T. Wright. He argues that it was Jesus of course.
- Did Paul Invent Christianity? By Rich Deem. He argues that Paul was a faithful disciple of Jesus.
- Paul the Jew as Founder of Christianity. By James Tabor PhD. He suggests that Paul might actually be considered Christianity's founder.