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Dr. Clinton Arnold (Sep 26, 2017)
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Title Dr. Clinton Arnold (Sep 26, 2017)
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The 22nd AiGS Forum
September 26, 2017
Time & Venue: 3~5 pm / N 101 


Speaker: Dr. Clinton Arnold 
Professor of New Testament at Talbot School of Theology, USA

Subject: "The Problem at Colossae: What Was It and What Does It Matter?"
 

Dr. Clinton Arnold earned his B.A.(1980) from Biola University, his M.Div. (1983) from Talbot Theological Seminary, and his Ph.D. (1986) in New Testament exegesis at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland, UK. In 1991, he completed post-doctoral studies in the historical context of the epistle to the Colossians at Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen.

Prof. Arnold is the dean at Talbot School of Theology and 2011 president of the Evangelical Theological Society. Arnold's research interest is in the Pauline writings, the book of Acts, Graeco-Roman religions, the rise of Christianity in Asia Minor, and the theology of sanctification (including spiritual warfare). He has authored six books, dozens of scholarly articles, and several entries in biblical dictionaries and study Bibles. In the past, he served as a regular columnist for Discipleship Journal, and is the general editor of the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary Series.

Major Books 
(1961). Missionary Stories and Illustrations. Minister's handbook series. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books. 
(1962). Missionary Programs and Ideas. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books. 
(1989). Ephesians, Power and Magic: the concept of power in Ephesians in light of its historical setting. Society for New Testament Studies, Monograph series. 63 (1st ed.). Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press. (based on his PhD thesis)
(1992). Powers of Darkness: principalities & powers in Paul's letters. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press.


Major Articles
(September 3, 2001). "Exporcism 101". Christianity Today. 45 (11): 58.
(Jan 2002). "What Does the New Testament Mean by a 'Sabbath-Rest'?". Discipleship Journal. 127: 36.
(Nov 2002). "It's All Greek To Me! Clearing Up the Confusion About Bible Translations". Discipleship Journal. 132: 28–36.
(Nov 2003). "Using the Computer for Bible Study". Discipleship Journal. 138.
(2004). "Early Church Catechesis and New Christians Classes in Contemporary Evangelicalism". Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society. 47 (1): 39–54.
(2005). "I Am Astonished That You Are So Quickly Turning Away! (Gal 1:6): Paul and Anatolian Folk Belief". New Testament Studies. 51 (3): 429–449.

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