Developments in My Field of Study — Robert Gundry Reveals 4 Key Interests in New Testament Studies

Jeremy Bouma on May 7th, 2014. Tagged under .

Jeremy Bouma

Jeremy Bouma (Th.M.) has pastored on Capitol Hill and with the Evangelical Covenant Church in Michigan. He founded THEOKLESIA, which connects the 21st century Church to the vintage Christian faith; holds a Master of Theology in historical theology; and makes the vintage faith relevant at

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9780310494744The venerable Robert Gundry, professor emeritus at Westmont College and author of A Survey of the New Testament, has been a voice of biblical and theological guidance for a generation. So when he shares I listen!

Today Gundry shares four key areas that hold special interest for him in his field of New Testament studies, beginning with the so-called Synopic Problem.

He also expresses his interest in the relationship of the Gospel of John to Matthew, Mark, and Luke. In a surprising turn, Gundry explains how he believes differently than the most popular view regarding this relationship.

Finally, he reveals an interest in the relationship between the Book of Revelation and John’s gospel and letters, as well as the debate surrounding the Pauline expression “faith in/faithfulness of Christ.”

Listen along with me as this pillar of evangelicalism shares what interests him in his field.

-Jeremy Bouma, Th.M. (@bouma)


“Developments in My Field of Study” exposes developments and trends within various fields of biblical studies by showcasing leading evangelical voices who have a pulse on its direction. Our goal is to help students and pastors, teachers and interested Christians alike to understand where various fields are moving for the sake of gospel ministry and teaching.