Introducing a New Contributor to The Sacred Page: James Prothro

We are very pleased to announce that yet another scholar has joined The Sacred Page as a contributor: James Prothro.

In a way, this is a double announcement. In addition to welcoming him to this site, I am also excited to say that James has joined Brant Pitre, John Sehorn, and me as a new professor at the Augustine Institute Graduate School of Theology. 

From 2018-2020, James served as a professor at Ave Maria University. A native Texan, he holds degrees in biblical languages, classical literature, and theology. He completed his doctoral work at the University of Cambridge under Simon Gathercole. His dissertation analyzed the Apostle Paul’s vocabulary and theology of “justification.” It is published with Mohr Siebeck as Both Judge and Justifier: Biblical Legal Language and the Act of Justifying in Paul (2018). He is currently writing two books on the Apostle Paul. In addition, he writes theological articles on the inspiration of Scripture and biblical interpretation.

Among other things, James loves playing music, reading fantasy fiction and true crime, and spending time with his wife and three young daughters.

We are thrilled to have James join us.


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