Being Wrong When you Write

When you write you have to be willing to be wrong.
–Grant Osbourne, as quoted by Stanley E. Porter and Eckhard J. Schnabel in the foreword to On the Writing of New Testament Commentaries, xv.
January 2, 2013


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