News and Events
From 6-9 July 2015, biblical scholars and theologians from around the world will gather in St Andrews, Scotland, to consider the Book of Jeremiah, using this ancient text to bring exegesis and theology into conversation. Keynote speakers include Hugh G. M. Williamson (Christ Church, University of Oxford), Bruce Gordon (Yale), Walter Moberly (Durham), N. T. Wright (St Andrews), Steven Chapman (Duke) and Yair Zakovitch (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem). More information, including links to online registration, is available on the conference website: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/divinity/rt/conf/jer15/. We are pleased to announce that the call for papers and online registration are now open! Please submit paper proposals of no more than 500 words (not including paper titles) on any biblical and/or theological aspect of the Book of Jeremiah to Penelope Barter at email@example.com. Proposals are due by midnight UTC/GMT on Friday 27 February 2015 for consideration in early March. You can also find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/2015Jeremiah and follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/2015Jeremiah (@2015Jeremiah).
The Fifth St Andrews Scripture and Theology Conference: The Book of Jeremiah
NICHOLAS DE LANGE, Emeritus Professor of Hebrew and Jewish Studies, Cambridge
The Grinfield lectures on the Septuagint 2014-15, University of Oxford
‘Japheth in the Tents of Shem: Greek Bible translations in Medieval Judaism’
(Second series) Hilary Term 2015
Details to follow.
The BIBLINDEX project is carried out by the "Institut des Sources Chretiennes". The first stage of the project is completed. An index of approximately 400,000 biblical quotations and references from Greek and Latin patristic texts of the first five centuries is now available online. To search references in Biblindex, you can open a user account on the site : http://www.biblindex.mom.fr/index.php?lang=en and follow directions for use.
New resource: Biblindex
New Journal: SAPIENTIA LOGOS: A Journal of Biblical Research & Interpretation in Africa
A new biblical journal, SAPIENTIA LOGOS: A Journal of Biblical Research & Interpretation in Africa, announces a special theme for October 2009 and 2010. The chosen theme is: Ethnicity and Identity in Biblical Perspective. It is a topic on which the editorial board think members of SOTS would wish to contribute. Members are invited to submit their research work and publications. The General Editor, Dr Randee I-Morphe, can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. The editorial board consists of: Diana Edelman, David Ekem, Paul Ellingworth, Craig Evans, Theodore Hiebert, Andrew Igenoza, Jeremy Punt, Kenton Sparks, and Cephas Tushima.
Temple Studies Group
A Temple Studies Group has been established, in the first instance to convene one-day symposia on Temple themes. The first symposium was held at St Stephen’s House, Oxford, on November 8th 2008, on the theme 'Melchizedek in Scripture, Tradition and Liturgy', with presentations by Robert Hayward, Laurence Hemming, Crispin Fletcher-Louis and Margaret Barker.
Topics in the immediate future are likely to be 'Temple and Music' and 'The Temple and the Holy Sepulchre'. Some symposia will be in the Temple Church in London. Further information is available from the Convener, Dr Margaret Barker (email@example.com).
SOTS on Facebook!
Jim West has kindly established a SOTS group on Facebook, to bring together SOTS members and others interested in Old Testament. If you have a profile on Facebook, do join. Find us in Facebook.
The Anglo-Israel Archaeologial Society puts on a program of public presentations.
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