Author Archives: Joshua Scott

Ed Parish Sanders (1937-2022)

We regret to share that EP Sanders has passed away. Ed Parish Sanders (1937-2022) was an American scholar. Professor emeritus at Duke University (Durham, NC). Born in Grand Prairie, Texas into a family of modest means. BA 1959 (Texas Wesleyan College). MA 1962 (Southern Methodist University). ThD 1966 (Union Theological Seminary). Studied modern Hebrew and Rabbinics in Israel. Professor at McMaster ...

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John P. Meier (1942-2022)

April 25, 2018; John Meier (Photo by Barbara Johnston/University of Notre Dame) We regret to share John Meier, another pillar of Historical Jesus studies has passed away. John P. Meier (1942-2022) was an American scholar. He influenced a field of scholarship serving as a NT Professor at the University of Notre Dame, IN.

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Torah: Functions, Meanings, and Diverse Manifestations in Early Judaism and Christianity

Scholars of early Jewish and Christian literature rethink some of the most basic scholarly assumptions and preconceptions about the nature of torah in light of new critical approaches. Essays explore torah through philological, historical-critical, cultural-historical, transcultural, postcolonial, biocultural evolutionary, material, and performance studies-methodologies that better address the complexity of the topic and better reflect the ambiguity and fluidity inherent in ...

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6th Annual Enoch Seminar Reception – Stone Festschrift – Concluding Panel for 1st ES Colloquia

The Enoch Seminar is pleased to announce that the sixth annual reception will take place on Saturday 18 November, during the 2017 SBL meeting in Boston. This year’s reception will include a panel to conclude the Enoch Seminar Colloquia at Harvard, a Festschrift presentation for Michael Stone, and a brief reception program. The event is scheduled from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm in the Essex ...

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