Here are the papers to be presented at the New Testament Seminar for the Easter term:

21 April: Stephen C. Barton, ‘The economy of the kingdom: theological reflections on money matters in early Christianity’

28 April: Postgraduate presentations:

    i. Susan Mathew, ‘Reciprocity in the Pauline Mission: Reflections on the Role and Status of Phoebe in Rom 16:1-2’
    ii. Kristian Bendoraitis, ‘My Father in Heaven’ and ‘Angels of God’: Matthew’s Only Omission of Angels (Matt 10:32-33; Luke 12:8-9)

5 May: No meeting due to Bank Holiday

12 May: Walter Moberly, ‘”Interpret the Bible like any other book?” Requiem for an Axiom’
(N.B. This meeting will start at 4.00 pm and will be a joint session with the members of the Old Testament Research Seminar)

16-17 May: Durham-Duke Symposium