Don Garlington

About

Don Garlington hails from the state of Arkansas. After
attending Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas, he
took the degrees of M.Div. and Th.M. at Westminster
Theological Seminary. From 1977-82, he was a lecturer
in biblical studies at Trinity Ministerial Academy,
Montville, New Jersey. Thereafter, he obtained the
Ph.D. from the University of Durham, completing a
thesis on "The Obedience of Faith: A Pauline Phrase in
Historical Context," under the supervision of James D.
G. Dunn. From 1987-2002, he was professor of New
Testament at Toronto Baptist Seminary. From 2004-06 he
was adjunct professor of New Testament at Tyndale
Seminary, Toronto. He continues to make his home in
Toronto and is currently engaged in a variety of
writing projects.

His publications include: The Obedience of Faith: A
Pauline Phrase in Historical Context (Tubingen: Mohr
Siebeck, 1991); Faith, Obedience, and Perseverance:
Aspects of Paul's Letter to the Romans (Tubingen: Mohr
Siebeck, 1994); Exegetical Essays (3rd ed.; Eugene,
OR: Wipf & Stock, 2003); In Defense of the New
Perspective on Paul: Essays and Reviews (Eugene, OR:
Wipf & Stock, 2005), and numerous articles in various
periodicals.

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