What is the point of Romans? – An unraveled translation of Paul’s letter
Wk 3 TT: 07/05/2018
An ‘unraveled translation’ translates Romans in a way that brings out the logical progression of thought, and shows the whole to be one compelling piece.
Leslie Marsh read history at Cambridge before doing a degree in theology at Bristol, and prior to being engaged on an unraveled translation of Romans he had published “Jesus Decoded: a historical translation of Luke’s Gospel”, and “Revelation Unpacked: an unpacked translation of Revelation”.
Alicia Smith is a 2nd year DPhil at Queen’s. She works on medieval texts for solitary religious recluses, though she claims, “I’m not one myself quite yet!”. Her project aims to describe the ideals and practices that these recluses used to structure their very disciplined and rich prayer lives, and to consider how these practices draw on the felt reality of the Church universal across time.