Russell, David Syme
RUSSELL, David Syme
RUSSELL, David Syme. British, b. 1916. Genres: Theology/Religion. Career: Principal, Rawdon College, Leeds, 1953-64; Joint Principal, Northern Baptist College, Manchester, 1964-67; Moderator, Free Church Federal Council, 1974-75; Baptist Union of Great Britain and Ireland, General Secretary, 1967-82, President, 1983-84. Publications: Between the Testaments, 1960; (with M. R. Bielby) Two Refugees: Ezekiel and Second Isaiah, 1962; The Method and Message of Jewish Apocalyptic, 1964; The Jews from Alexander to Herod, 1967; The Background to Biblical Interpretation in the New Testament, 1971; Apocalyptic, Ancient and Modern, 1978; The Daily Study Bible: Daniel, 1981; In Journeyings Often, 1982; From Early Judaism to Early Church, 1986; The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha: Patriarchs and Prophets in Early Judaism, 1987; Daniel: An Active Volcano, 1989; Poles Apart: The Gospel in Creative Tension, 1990; Divine Disclosure: An Introduction to Jewish Apocalyptic, 1992; Prophecy and the Apocalyptic Dream: Protest and Promise, 1994. Address: 7 Cedar Court, Glenavon PK., Stoke Bishop, Bristol BS9 1RL, England.