We are continuing with our series: “How I Do Research.” Our goal is to learn from respected, prolific scholars who have spent many years doing research and writing. Today I am honored to offer my interview with Dr. Michael J. Gorman, author of many books including several outstanding textbooks such as Elements of Biblical Exegesis and Apostle of the Crucified Lord (expect a new edition in the not-too-distant-future!). He also penned an important monograph that inspired me to pursue biblical studies, Cruciformity. Check out more books here.
How do you approach research as a whole? Do you have a big-picture
strategy? Do your research all at once, and then write? Do you do some
sketching and reflecting on paper and then dig into research? Do you go
back and forth?
I tend to have a working thesis before I start the research and writing process on a particular…
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