A Tribute to F.F. Bruce

In 1971 the Christian Brethren Research Fellowship Journal published a series of articles by friends of F.F. Bruce. They illustrate the impact F.F.B. made had on evangelical scholarship in the United Kingdom and beyond. As one writer notes, Bruce never coined a new theological term, but sought rather to sift the wheat from the chaff in current theology and present the good with outstanding clarity. I am very pleased, thanks to the kind permission of Partnership, to reproduce these articles on-line:

I. Howard Marshall, “F.F. Bruce as a Biblical Scholar,” Christian Brethren Research Fellowship Journal 22 (Nov. 1971): 5-12.

F. Roy Coad, “F.F. Bruce: his influence on Brethren in the British Isles,” Christian Brethren Research Fellowship Journal 22 (Nov. 1971): 13-14.

David F. Payne, “F.F. Bruce as a Teacher,” Christian Brethren Research Fellowship Journal 22 (Nov. 1971): 15-16.

Arnold Pickering, “F.F. Bruce as a Fellow-Elder,” Christian Brethren Research Fellowship Journal 22 (Nov. 1971): 16-17.

G.C.D. Howley, “F.F. Bruce as a friend,” Christian Brethren Research Fellowship Journal 22 (Nov. 1971): 17-18.

R. Howard Mudditt, “A Publishing Partnership,” Christian Brethren Research Fellowship Journal 22 (Nov. 1971): 19-20.

Oliver Barclay, “F.F. Bruce and the Inter-Varsity Fellowship,” Christian Brethren Research Fellowship Journal 22 (Nov. 1971): 20.