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Aspects of Deuterocanonical and Cognate Literature (Budapest, Hungary; June 4-6, 2013)

The conference was organised by the Department of Bible, Sapientia College of Theology, and the Faculty of Theology of the Károli Gáspár Reformed University, Budapest (Hungary), in 4-6 June, 2013, as part of the series of International Conferences on the Deuterocanonical Books, chaired by Géza G. Xeravits and József Zsengellér. For more information, see http://www.4enoch.org/wiki2/index.php?title=Aspects_of_Deuterocanonical_and_Cognate_Literature_%282013%29,_conference 4. June, Tuesday (Sapientia College ...

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IOSOT Congress, 21st / IOSCS Meeting, 15th / IOQS Meeting, 8th / IOTS Meeting, 7th (München, Germany; August, 1-9, 2013)

The 21st Congress of IOSOT will be held at Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich, Germany on August 4-9, 2013 in conjunction with the meetings of other professional organizations, including: ~ the 15th Meeting of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies (IOSCS) (August 1-3, 2013) ~ the 8th Meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies (IOQS) (August 4-7, 2013) under ...

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International Conference / Nangeroni Meeting, 2nd: “Voice of Jacob: Early Jewish Texts and Traditions in Christian Transmission” (Dor, Israel; June 8-12, 2014)

International Conference and Nangeroni Meeting under the auspices of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculté de théologie et de sciences des religions / Institut romand des sciences bibliques (Université de Lausanne) in collaboration with Enoch Seminar: International Scholarship in Second Temple Judaism and Christian Origins Supported by the European Research Council Conference Committee: Alexander Kulik (chair), Gabriele Boccaccini, Lorenzo DiTommaso, ...

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Nangeroni Meeting, 3rd: “Re-Reading Paul as a Second-Temple Jewish Author” (Rome, Italy; June 23-27, 2014)

The meeting aims at re-examining afresh Paul’s Jewish background, his criticism against the Roman Imperial order, and his contribution to early Christian identity formation. We plan to have panels on the following topics: (1) Paul within Second Temple Judaism, (2) Paul and Second-Temple Jewish Apocalypticism, (3) Paul and Second-Temple Jewish Messianism, (4) Paul and the Law, (5) Paul and Empire, ...

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