Ann Nyland is a former lecturer in classical Greek language at the University of New England, Australia and has devoted several years to translating the New Testament in light of the recent discoveries in papyri and inscriptions. She has published in the area of lexicography; her most recent article “Against Grudem: aner and Masculinist Misprisions of New Testament Meaning” is forthcoming in Vol. 3 of the journal Sea Changes: Journal of Women Scholars of Religion and Theology.
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Academic Article | Priscilla Papers | Academic Journal | October 31, 2003