I’ll never forget the day when I was sitting among other recently admitted post-grads at the University of Aberdeen in the presence of the I. Howard Marshall. Make no mistake about it: although we remained in our chairs, we were sitting at Howard’s...
I would say that a biblical scholar is only as good as her resources. A good library or equivalent access to primary texts, lexica, etc. make or break our work.
~Clare K. Rothschild, Professor of Theology, Lewis University
This is a good question. I think the best biblical scholars and theologians make bold propositions while being meticulous in their argumentation.