At the beginning of 2016, I ran a survey to get some feedback about the sorts of projects that folks interested in my material might like.
I think it was a successful thing. I was able to edit and publish my notes on 2 Timothy, my work on the vocabulary of 1 Timothy, and my notes from a course I taught on the Apostles’ Creed. I also wrote an introduction and new translation of the First Apocryphal Apocalypse of John (to be published in the forthcoming volume 2 of Burke & Landau’s New Testament Apocrypha: More Noncanonical Scriptures, (volume 1 here)).
I also started researching and writing for the Lexical Commentary on 2 Timothy, making it through chapter 1.
What do I have planned for the new year? At present, I am not planning on running a survey for feedback. I’m planning to continue work on the Lexical Commentary on 2 Timothy. There is the possibility of a longer term translation/commentary project (on some noncanonical material) that may also happen. I would also like to devote some of my time to reading more widely, but I’m not quite sure how or when that will happen.
If I finish 2 Timothy, it will be published by Appian Way Press, and then I’ll move on to Titus. I may also publish a short study guide on Titus, based on work from a class I taught at a church a long time ago.
That’s about it. Did I miss anything?