In PT. 2, Professor Hurtado discusses the unique qualities of early Christians in the Roman world, and in particular shows how Christians were unique in relation to their Jewish counterpart.
Professor Helen Bond delivered this year’s opening lecture for the School of Divinity, her inaugural lecture after receiving her professorship. With the title ‘Paragon of Discipleship or Parody of Kingship? Simon of Cyrene in Mark’s Gospel,’ it is now available to watch online.
On Thursday 16 April at 5:00pm in the Martin Hall, New College, there will be an occasional Gunning Lecture by Prof. Troels Engberg-Pedersen, University of Copenhagen, on the topic “Paul, Stoicism, and the Material Spirit.” I am thrilled about this event, having worked for some time with the Gunning Lectureship committee to try to bring […]
On Thursday 26 March at 4:00pm in Lecture Room 1, New College, we will convene for an occasional CSCO public lecture by Dr. T. J. Lang. Lang took his Ph.D. in New Testament from Duke University and is presently Lecturer in New Testament at Durham University. His lecture is titled “Disbursing the Account of God: […]
The Centre for the Study of Christian Origins is pleased to host a lecture from Professor N.T. Wright discussing his new book, Paul and the Faithfulness of God. Part of his Christian Origins and the Question of God series. The lecture is onTuesday, February 25th and begins at 5 pm. It will be held at the University of Edinburgh’s New College […]