Dr. Maurice Robinson, scholar of textual criticism and professor at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, has been honored in two ways in recent days. 1. He has been named research professor at SEBTS, letting him work on some major projects in the area of Byzantine priority textual criticism, including a textual commentary on the Byzantine text. (Can't wait!) Here's the announcement: http://www.sebts.edu/headlines/articles/Spring2014MariceRobinson.aspx 2. He was presented with a festschrift (a volume of essays in honor of him and his work) at his office by Dr. David Alan Black, Pastor Abidan Shah and my son, Dr. Paul Himes. The book will be available shortly on Amazon, and is entitled, Digging for the Truth - Collected Essays regarding the Byzantine Text of the Greek New Testament; A Festschrift in Honor of Maurice A. Robinson. There will be a more public presentation in the fall in chapel at SEBTS. Here is Paul's blog about the presentation: http://paroikosmissionarykid.blogspot.jp/2014/06/festschrift-for-textual-scholar-dr.html. Congratulations big time, Dr. Robinson!