British (born England), b. 1917.
Career: Methodist minister. Minister in Darlington, England, 1943; University of Durham, England, lecturer in theology, 1945-58, professor of divinity, 1958-82; Hewett Lecturer in the United States, 1961; Yale University, Shaffer Lecturer, 1965; Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, visiting professor, 1984; Emory University, Candler School of Theology, Woodruff Visiting Professor, 1986. .
Publications: The Holy Spirit and the Gospel Tradition, 1947; The Gospel According to St. John, 1955, 2nd ed., 1978; Biblical Preaching and Biblical Scholarship, 1957; A Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans, 1957; Westcott as Commentator, 1959; Yesterday, Today, and Forever: The New Testament Problem, 1959; Luke the Historian in Recent Study, 1961; From First Adam to Last, 1962; The Pastoral Epistles in the New English Bible, 1963; Biblical Problems and Biblical Preaching, 1964; History and Faith: The Story of the Passion, 1967; Jesus and the Gospel Tradition, 1967; The First Epistle to the Corinthians, 1968; The Signs of an Apostle, 1970; Das Johannesevangelium und das Ju-dentum, 1970; New Testament Essays, 1972; A Commentary on the Second Epistle to the Corinthians, 1973; The Gospel of John and Judaism, 1975; Reading through Romans, 1977; Essays on Paul, 1982; Essays on John, 1982; Freedom and Obligation, 1985; Church, Ministry, and Sacraments in the New Testament, 1985; Paul: An Introduction to His Thought, 1994; The Acts of the Apostles, Vol. 1, 1994, Vol. 2, 1998; Jesus and the Word and Other Essays, 1996; Acts: A Shorter Commentary, 2002; EDITOR: Wilbert Francis Howard, Fourth Gospel in Recent Criticism and Interpretation, 4th ed., 1955; Donum Gentilicium: New Testament Studies in Honour of David Daube, 1978; The New Testament Background: Selected Documents, 1956, 1987; The Epistle to the Romans, 1957, 1991.
Address: 22 Rosemount, Durham DH1 5GA, England.