On the last night of a series of lectures that NT scholar Michael F. Bird was given at Covenant Theological Seminary, here in St. Louis MO, I learned that the great evangelical scholar of the 20th century F.F. Bruce kept two books on his desk at all times: A Greek New Testament, and though he was not an Anglican but a lifelong Brethren, a copy of the Book of Common Prayer, because of its readings in the Gospels. Thanks for this gem, Mike Bird.
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