New College, University of Edinburgh

PT. 2: Professor Hurtado on “Destroyer of the gods”

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 Foster’s Commentary On Colossians Is Out Today

Join us in celebrating Professor Paul Foster’s newest commentary on Colossians. His commentary is part of the Black’s New Testament Commentaries series and a wonderful addition. At the end of September, CSCO will be releasing a four-part video series interviewing Professor Foster as he discusses the nuances of his commentary. Until then, you can purchase […]

Coming Autumn 2016

Please, help us here at CSCO to spread the word about this upcoming year. We look forward to stirring some fresh and interesting conversation about Christian origins through regular videos, blogs, and podcasts. Be sure to share our blog and social media sites with your friends.

Vote for a Fifth Gospel

  • CSCO Team,
  • 13th November 2015

Last Call: BNTC New Testament and Second Temple Judaism Seminar

There is one week remaining on the call for papers for the BNTC New Testament and Second Temple Judaism Seminar. For the 2015 conference in Edinburgh, we will have one on the hypothesis of a continuing exile motif in the Second Temple period, with papers from Philip Alexander (Manchester) and N. T. Wright (St. Andrews), […]

Lunchtime Conversation with Prof. Troels Engberg-Pedersen

In addition to his Gunning Lecture (“Paul, Stoicism, and the Material Spirit”) next Thursday 16 April at 5:00pm in the Martin Hall, Prof. Troels Engberg-Pedersen has generously agreed to hold a lunchtime conversation with Edinburgh staff and postgraduates discussing the state of the art in New Testament studies. It will be on the same day, Thursday […]

Claudia Setzer – His Blood Be on Us: The Blame Game in Matthew’s Gospel

Embedded is an lecture delivered by Dr. Claudia Setzer (professor of religious studies at Manhattan College) at the University of Edinburgh on March 4th, 2014.