Peter W. Dunn is a scholar of early Christianity and a DIY investor; he is married to Catherine J. Dunn. They live in Ontario, Canada. They have
two too many cats.
A selected bibliography of P. W. Dunn on the interweb
“Testing Pauline Pseudonymity: 3 Corinthians and the Pastoral Epistles Compared“, (pdf) Proceedings: Eastern Great Lakes and Midwest Biblical Societies (2000), 63-68.
“The charistmatic gifts in the Acts of Paul: second century trends”, in the Conference Papers for the 29th Annual Meeting of the Society for Pentecostal Studies, Northwest College, Kirkland, 2000.
“The influence of 1 Corinthians on the Acts of Paul“, Society of Biblical Literature 1996 Seminar Papers (Atlanta: Scholars Press), 438-454, with minor corrections.
The Acts of Paul and the Pauline Legacy in the Second Century, PhD dissertation, University of Cambridge, 1996.
“Les Actes de Paul et l’héritage paulinien“, paper presented at the annual meeting of AELAC, Dole, France, 1994.
Matthew 18.15-20 in the light of the Dead Sea Scrolls, MCS Thesis, Regent College (Vancouver, B.C.) 1991.