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Sunday, August 28, 2011


Agreed Jim, although I think CKB gets John wrong at several crucial points. We are OK, but as you may have gathered are currently in Italy on study leave and waiting to hear about new visa applications. All is well, but we are longing for some good Aberdeen weather to come and cool us all down.

Aye, Sean - they don't write commentaries like Barrett's John anymore. I know scholarship moves on, and ways of learning and researching change, but like Lightfoot's commentaries, Barrett on John and Cranfield on Romans remain wonderful works of godliness and good learning - and all of them associated with Durham. Hope you are well and flourishing in your antipodean mission context :)

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