This ten-week short course (Oct-Dec 2023) offers a creative engagement with a breadth of texts and methods in contemporary biblical studies. More information and registration: click here
The course is team-taught by leading specialists in the fields of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, Second Temple Judaism, and New Testament studies. Sessions will range across studies of the Pentateuch and Prophets, Wisdom literature, Gospels and Pauline literature, as well as less familiar texts, providing a snap-shot of the diversity of texts and approaches.
The course is open to all who are interested in enriching their knowledge of Scripture, with no prior study required.
The course will be recorded and related course information will be available on an online platform.
There is an early-bird discount if you sign up between now and 31st August.
Full Price £230
Discounted Price £200 (Please use this code for the discount: early30)
If you require any further details please email Adele at: email@example.com
3rd October: Dr Rosalie Moloney – The Women of Deuteronomy
10th October: Dr Karalina Matskevich – Wives, mothers and others: women in the patriarchal narratives in Genesis
17th October: Dr Ann Jeffers – Othering Ruth in biblical reception of the book of Ruth
24th October: Dr Ela Lazarewicz-Wyrzykow – The Book of Amos: an ancient text with a contemporary message
31st October: Dr Jennifer Dines – ‘Words of Amos’: From Hebrew to Greek
7th November: Prof. Susan Docherty – ‘Rewriting the Biblical Narratives’: Pseudo-Philo’s Biblical Antiquities
14th November: Prof. Catrin Williams – Women in the Gospel of John
21st November: Bisi Obamakin – Afropean hermeneutic and the Gospel of Luke
28th November: Dr Grace Emmett – Paul and masculinity
5th December: Prof. Nuria Calduch-Benages – The Book of Ben Sira: A gem of wisdom