Rev Dr David Parker – ThD, MA (Theol)
David is a member of the School of Christian Studies, and specialises in the following areas: Biblical Studies.
BIB251 - The Johannines • BIB252 - The Prison Epistles • BIB253 - The Pastoral Epistles • BIB351 - Luke-Acts • BIB352 - Romans Galatians and Pauls Narrative World • BIB353 - I & II Corinthians • BIB354 - Hebrews, 1 Peter and the NT use of the OT • BIB503 - Reading Biblical Narrative • BIB550 - Reading the Synoptic Gospels • BIB551 - New Testament Letters • RES501 - Research Project • RES503 - Integrated Project.
Dissertation Title An Exegetical Study of the Spirit in 1 Peter
MA (Theol) (ACT (Moore))
Dissertation Title The Occasion of Romans
Book — Published in 2008
National Library of Australia Cataloguing-in-Publication entry Author: Parker, David M (Michael), 1951- Title: Learning new testament Greek now and then / David M. Parker. Edition: 1st ed. ISBN: 9781920770051 (pbk.) Series: Sydney College of Divinity texts ; 1 Notes: Includes index. Bibliography. Subjects: Bible. N.T.—Language, style. Greek language, Biblical—Grammar. Dewey Number: 487.4
Extract: This book offers a fresh approach to learning New Testament Greek by replacing the necessity of remembering by heart (rote). Instead, this book uses simple tools to help you identify Greek words and their meanings. Thus, allowing you to concentrate on Greek language concepts and how to apply them to passages in the New Testament. By using this book you will be able to understand your Greek New Testament after a dozen or so lessons, potentially within weeks instead of the months required by the traditional methods practiced in Colleges around the world. This is a practical, common sense book designed to help you gain confidence in reading the New Testament in Greek. It is for all people who want to ‘dig a little deeper’ and better understand the significance of that which is behind the many variations of the English Bible translations. Read more here… (external link)
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