Thursday, 26 November 2009

Work Progresses at Tyndale


Time flies - it has been more than 2 weeks since I arrived at Cambridge. Work on my book has been progressing rather well - but at a rather slow pace - this is partly due to the fact that there is quite a fair bit of catching up for me to do in my reading. There has been a large number of significant monographs being published in Pauline studies in the last year or so. Scholarship is progressing at a rather fast pace, and this can be seen in the high number of PhD theses that are being published by major academic publishers. From the photo above, these are shelves containing books on the Corinthian correspondence - how can one finish reading these in 5 weeks?

I have 2 more weeks to go before heading for home - and I wish time could slow down a bit for me.

6 comments:

anthony said...

scan some of the more important ones for reading later back home!!

Von Rad 文纳 said...

pray that this would be your fruitful trip...

Kar Yong said...

Hi Reb,
Trying to do that at night - so as not to hog the scanner!

Kar Yong said...

Thanks, Von Rad

J. Brian Tucker said...

Kar,

I remember staring at that same section and saying, 'I wonder how many books I am going to find here that I knew nothing about?'. Don't ask for an answer to that question.

SF said...

I am sure that not every book is relevant... That's my excuse for not reading everything... :-)