Taking a break

Because of personal responsibilities, I will not be able to add any new posts to this blog for a while.  But I do hope to resume writing again at some point in the future.  In the meantime, there are over 300 archived posts that I invite you to explore.  Many thanks to all of you who have contributed such interesting and helpful questions over the past three years.

Christopher R. Smith

Author: Christopher R Smith

The Rev. Dr. Christopher R. Smith is a writer and biblical scholar who is also an ordained minister. He was active in parish and student ministry for twenty-five years. He was a consulting editor to the International Bible Society (now Biblica) for The Books of the Bible, an edition of the Scriptures that presents the biblical books according to their natural literary outlines, without chapters and verses. His Understanding the Books of the Bible study guide series is keyed to this format. He has an A.B. from Harvard in English and American Literature and Language, a Master of Arts in Theological Studies from Gordon-Conwell, and a Ph.D. in the History of Christian Life and Thought, with a minor concentration in Bible, from Boston College, in the joint program with Andover Newton Theological School.

4 thoughts on “Taking a break”

  1. I look forward to this blog — you delve deep into the Scriptures and take on good questions. I thought your research on Women roles in the Church was excellent and gave me much info to share when we come to 1 Timothy. I thought your last series on Judas was a far stretch, but I endured it Lol. Thank you for this great Blog. If you took this Blog and turned this over to an editor — you would have one great book! God Bless You and don’t stay away too long!

    1. Wayne, thanks so much for your encouraging words, and for your attentive reading and helpful comments over the past three years. I do hope to get back to writing sometime in the future. (Hey, I’ve gotta finish that Judas series–at least two more posts anticipated to wrap everything up!) Thanks again.

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