. . . . He had one of the most original and powerful minds of his generation, and spanned the very separate fields of Hebrew Bible and New Testament studies in a way unique in the second half of the twentieth century. His most important contributions to New Testament scholarship included arguing long and forcibly for a fresh view of the relationship between the Gospels that overthrew a long consensus and led to a new generation of scholarship. He was also a noted authority on the Psalms.The entry also mentions the memorial service at St Francis Hall on 25 February at 2.30pm.
Michael was incisive in debate, with a brilliant wit . . .
Sunday, February 14, 2010
Michael Goulder obituary in Birmingham's Buzz
David Parker has written a fine obituary of our former colleague Michael Goulder in Birmingham University's Buzz news service: