The Chronicle reports:
Mr. McGrath, 37, was installed last month as the Clarence L. Goodwin Chair of New Testament Language and Literature (at Butler University in Indianapolis), making him the first person to hold the position since 1948.
Here's his home page at Butler. He'll be guest lecturing at GTS this coming Wednesday evening.
Saturday, March 20, 2010
Congratulations to James McGrath as the Clarence L. Goodwin Chair of New Testament Language and Literature
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