David Alan Black

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David Alan Black (born 1952) is professor of New Testament at the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He specialises in New Testament textual criticism.

In 1975, Black finished his studies at the Biola University. In 1983 he received a D.Theol. at the University of Basel. He has taught at the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary since 1998.

Works[edit]

  • The Myth of Adolescence (Yorba Linda: Davidson Press, 1999)
  • Using New Testament Greek in Ministry: A Practical Guide for Students and Pastors (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1993)
  • Learn to Read New Testament Greek (Nashville: Broadman & Holman, 1994)
  • Learn to Read New Testament Greek: Expanded Edition (Nashville: Broadman & Holman, 1994)
  • Linguistics for Students of New Testament Greek: Revised Edition (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1995)
  • It's Still Greek to Me: An Easy-to-Understand Guide to Intermediate Greek (1998)
  • Why Four Gospels?: The Historical Origins of the Gospels Energerion Press (2010)
  • Rethinking New Testament Textual Criticism, ed. by David Alan Black, Baker Academic (2002)
  • New Testament Textual Criticism. A Concise Guide, Baker Books (2006)
  • Christian Archy, Areopagus (2009)
  • The Jesus Paradigm (2009), Energion Direct

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