Anthony C. Thiselton
The rules of our Five Questions interview series are simple: we send authors a long list of questions. Some are serious, some are . . . not so serious. They choose their five favorites and respond.
Our guest today is Anthony C. Thiselton, professor emeritus of Christian theology at the University of Nottingham, England, and a world-renowned scholar of biblical interpretation. Thiselton has published numerous works with Eerdmans over the last three decades. His latest book, The Thiselton Companion to Christian Theology, draws from the author’s encyclopedic knowledge to give an account of a wide sweep of topics and thinkers in Christian theology — everything from “Abba” to “Zwingli.”
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What led you to write the Companion?
Several factors led me to write it. First, I shall soon be seventy-eight and have already suffered a major stroke. The general advice about writing in old age seems…
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