The Bible Faculty Summit Publishing Committee (Brian Collins, Paul Himes, Tim Miller, and Mark Ward) is working to help 2019 Summit papers get published. Paul Himes has written a few articles offering some wisdom on how and where to publish (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3). We commend it to Summit participants.
Also, the committee would like to ask presenters to give us the bibliography information for BFS papers that have been successfully published, even in modified form and/or for a more popular audience. We are creating a Published Papers page on the website to celebrate (and promote) these successes. Here are just a small few:
- Mark Ward, “The Dwarfs are for the Dwarfs: Stanley Fish, The Pragmatic Presuppositionalist,” Answers Research Journal 6 (2013):265–278.
- Paul A. Himes, “Rethinking the Translation of Διδακτικός in 1 Timothy 3.2 and 2 Timothy 2.24,” The Bible Translator 68.2 (2017): 189-208.
- Paul A. Himes, “First Peter’s Identity Theology and the Community of Faith: A Test-Case in How Social Scientific Criticism Can Assist with Theological Ethics via Biblical Theology,” Evangelical Quarterly 89.2 (2018): 115-32.
- Tim Miller, “Mere Christianity: An Examination of the Concept in Richard Baxter and C. S. Lewis” DBSJ 2015.
- Tim Miller, “The Meaning of ‘Milk’ in 1 Peter 2:1–3” DBSJ 2018.
- Paul A. Himes, “Israel and Her Vocation: The Fourth Stage of Romans 11,” BibSac 176 (Jan-March 2019): 35-50.
- Mark Ward, “Can We Trust the Biblical Manuscripts?,” Bible Study Magazine (Sep-Oct 2018).
Lastly, enjoy a little piece of wisdom from Alan Jacobs on the difference between a “critical posture” and the kind of scholarship that actually does something in the world—like serving the church.