The idea of Jesus being a Biblical Theologian might be simple. But it is truly important to see if Jesus and His disciples interpreted the Old Testament the way that Goldsworthy advises in his book. I think the answer is a definitive yes that actually works to resolve many modern misconceptions.
This class was tough. I wasn't able to print out my lecture notes for the students in the class. Because my outline was not in front of them, I attempted to alter the presentation to flow more naturally. I don't think anything turned out badly but I did constantly feel a little on edge of derailing my direction.
Goldsworthy's full argument was presented in the class. But I'm not sure if I did a good job presenting that Goldsworthy was not making his full argument. He was solely putting together a solid case from the teaching of Jesus. I attempted to add to his argument in the lecture and felt like I did an okay job.
There was a good amount of discussion afterwards. The idea of all prophecy being fulfilled in the passion week of Christ was a little mind altering for people. I do find some disagreements with Goldsworthy on this subject but that will come later.
Joshua Torrey is the sole proprietor of Torrey Gazette (don't tell Alaina) and the fullness of its editorial process. That means everything wrong with TG can legitimately be blamed on him.