Stanley E. Porter, BA, MA, MA, PhD
I am a professor of New Testament and interested in the New Testament and related subjects in all of their dimensions. My wide-ranging interests are grounded in my study of English/literature, New Testament, Greek, and linguistics. I continue to return to linguistic study of the Greek New Testament (and related language and literature), but am also greatly interested in Paul, Acts, John, the Gospels, historical Jesus, papyrology and textual criticism, hermeneutics, and matters of canon and pseudepigraphy (all of which I have written upon at some length), as well as many other areas. I have been teaching New Testament, linguistics, and related subjects, as well as being active in scholarly publishing, since 1987, and also have a serious interest in higher education and its practices. Before taking up my current position in Canada, I was a professor in the UK, and before that taught in the US and Canada. At latest count, I have authored nearly thirty books and monographs, as well as edited around ninety volumes and published nearly 400 journal articles, chapters, and other scholarly contributions
David I. Yoon, BA, MDiv, ThM, PhD
I am a lecturer in Greek and have recently completed a PhD in New Testament with a dissertation entitled A Discourse Analysis of Galatians: A Study of Register, Context of Situation, and the New Perspective on Paul. Although my main areas of interests (right now) are Greek linguistics and Pauline studies, I have a very broad interest in New Testament studies including the Gospels, hermeneutics, papyrology and textual criticism, literary criticism, and NT history and background, among others. I am a co-editor of the book Paul and Gnosis with Stanley E. Porter, and have published several articles in the above mentioned areas, in journals such as Filologia Neotestamentaria, Currents in Biblical Research, and the Expository Times, and have presented on these topics at various academic conferences. In addition to my academic work, I serve as worship pastor at my local church.