See also this post by Ben Blackwell from 2008: Coffee with Charles Cranfield (HT John Byron)
The sad news was circulated today that Prof. Charles Cranfield (Emeritus, Durham) has passed away (1915-2015). It was about seven years ago that I sat in his home and had tea with him, while we talked about Romans, theology, getting old, and politics. I had a look back on my notes from my conversation with him and what strikes me is how warm and pastoral he was. He has left a great legacy in his written works. He wrote on many subjects, including excellent commentaries on Romans and Mark, but in more recent years I have become fond of his little book The Apostles’ Creed: A Faith to Live By. Something to check out if you haven’t read it yet.
I am re-posting here my notes from my time with Prof. Cranfield in 2008 as part of my fond remembrance.
1. Professor Cranfield, do you have any (new) thoughts…
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