We have quite the line-up for the NT Research Seminar this term:

18 January, Prof Francis Watson: “Noncanonical gospels (1): the Egerton Gospel”

25 January, Dr Lutz Doering: “Noncanonical gospels (2): P. Oxyrhynchus 840”

1 February, Prof Philip Esler (University of St Andrews): ‘”Not that We Lord it Over Your Faith”: A Social-Psychological Approach to Paul’s Use of Influence in 2 Corinthians’

8 February, PG Presentations: John Goodrich, “Compelled to Preach: The Meaning and Significance of Paul’s Stewardship Metaphor in 1 Corinthians 9”; Ben Blackwell, “Becoming ‘Gods’? 2 Corinthians 3.18 and Theosis”

15 February, Dr Bill Telford: “Noncanonical gospels (3): the Gospel of Peter

[16 February, C. K. Barrett Lecture: Prof Morna Hooker, “Sanctification in Paul”, 7.30 pm, C. K. Barrett Lecture Theatre, Calman Learning Centre]

22 February, Dr Angus Paddison (University of Winchester) will lead a discussion based on his book, Scripture: A Very Theological Proposal (2009)

1 March, Dr Peter Oakes (University of Manchester) will lead a discussion based on his book, Reading Romans in Pompeii (2009)

8 March, Dr. Tom Wright (Bishop of Durham): title tbc [Romans 2-4]

15 March, Dr A. K. M. Adam (University of Glasgow), “Learning Not To Know: Paul, Postmodernism, and Biblical Interpretation”