…Paul wrote a strong personal letter asking him to embark on a new relationship with his slave Onesimus. Drawing on insights from Scott Bartchy, Robert Wall argues that the issue had more to do with power relationships than with slavery. As a model for conflict resolution and mutual … more
I. Howard Marshall (1934– ) is Emeritus Professor of New Testament Exegesis and Honorary Research Professor at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland, specifically in the department of Divinity and Religious Studies. He earned his BA from Cambridge, MA, BD, and PhD University of Aberdeen, and his DD from Asbury University.
Marshall currently serves at the chair of the Tyndale Fellowship for Biblical and Theological Research and was formerly president of the British New Testament Society. His main interests in research have been the Gospels of Luke and Acts, the Pastoral Epistles, and aspects of New Testament Theology.
He is the author of numerous publications including titles in the Tyndale Commentaries and the New International Commentary on the Old and New Testament, and the Gold Medallion Book Award winner New Testament Theology.