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Carson, D(onald) A(rthur)

CARSON, D(onald) A(rthur)

CARSON, D(onald) A(rthur). Canadian, b. 1946. Genres: Theology/Religion. Career: Ordained Baptist minister, 1972; Central Baptist Seminary, Toronto, lecturer in French, 1967-70; Northwest Baptist Theological College, Vancouver, lecturer, 1971-72, associate professor of New Testament, 1975-76, academic dean of Seminary, 1976-78; Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, IL, associate professor, 1978-82, professor, 1982-91, research professor of New Testament, 1991-. Lecturer at: Richmond College, 1969-70, Moore College, 1985, Ontario Bible College, 1991; Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, 1993; guest lecturer at colleges, universities, and theological schools in the United States and Canada. Pastor of Baptist church in Richmond, British Columbia, 1970-72; Gramcord Institute, founding chairperson, currently vice-chairperson; World Evangelical Fellowship, member of Theological Commission, 1981-82, member of executive committee of Theological Commission, 1986-90; Tyndale House, acting warden, 1986-87. Worked in radio and television as writer, executive producer, and on-screen interviewer; also worked as shipping clerk and salesperson for a tire company, statistics clerk for the Canadian government, and research assistant in air pollution laboratories. Publications: (author of revision) A.C. Thiselton, New Testament Commentary Survey, 1977, 4th ed., 1993; The Sermon on the Mount: An Exposition of Matthew 5-7, 1978; The King James Version Debate: A Plea for Realism, 1979; The Farewell Discourse and Final Prayer of Jesus: An Exposition of John 14-17, 1980, in UK as Jesus and His Friends: His Farewell-Message and Prayer in John 14 to 17, 1986; Divine Sovereignty and Human Responsibility: Biblical Themes in Tension, 1981; (ed. and author of introduction) From Sabbath to Lord's Day: A Biblical, Historical, and Theological Investigation, 1982; (ed. with J.D. Woodbridge, and contrib.) Scripture and Truth, 1983; Matthew, 1984; Exegetical Fallacies, 1984; From Triumphalism to Maturity: An Exposition of 2 Corinthians 10-13, 1984; (ed. and contrib.) Biblical Interpretation and the Church: Text and Context, Paternoster, 1984, published as Biblical Interpretation and the Church: The Problem of Contextualization, 1985; God with Us: Themes from Matthew, 1985, 1995; Greek Accents: A Student's Manual, 1985; Redaction Criticism: The Nature of an Interpretative Tool, 1985; (ed. with J.D. Woodbridge, and contrib.) Hermeneutics, Authority, and Canon, 1986; Showing the Spirit: A Theological Exposition of 1 Corinthians 12-14, 1987; (ed. and contrib.) The Church in the Bible and the World: An International Study, 1987; When Jesus Confronts the World: An Exposition of Matthew 8-10, 1987; (ed. with H.G.M. Williamson, and contrib.) It Is Written: Scripture Citing Scripture; Essays in Honour of Barnabas Lindars, S.S.F., 1988; How Long, O Lord? Reflections on Suffering and Evil, 1990; (ed. and contrib.) Teach Us to Pray: Prayer in the Bible and the World, 1990; The Gospel According to John, 1991; (with L. Morris and D.J. Moo) An Introduction to the New Testament, 1991; A Call to Spiritual Reformation: Priorities From Paul and His Prayers, 1992; (co-author) An Evangelical Response to "Baptism, Eucharist, and Ministry," 1992; (ed.) Right With God: Justification in the Bible and the World, 1992; The Cross and Christian Ministry, 1993; (ed.) Worship: Adoration and Action, 1993; (ed. with J.D. Woodbridge, and contrib.) God and Culture: Essays in Honor of Carl F.H. Henry, 1993; (ed. with S.E. Porter) Biblical Greek Language and Linguistics: Open Quest, Current Research, 1993; (with J.D. Woodbridge) Letters Along the Way, 1993; Holy Sonnets of the Twentieth Century, 1994; (co-ed.) New Bible Commentary Revised, 1994; (ed. with S.E. Porter) On Discourse and Other Topics, 1995; The Gagging of God: Christianity Confronts Pluralism, 1996; Basics for Believers: An Exposition of Philippians, 1996. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals. Address: Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 2065 Half Day Rd., Deerfield, IL 60015, U.S.A.

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