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Conference 2017: The Aarhus–Oslo New Testament Research Symposium

Aarhus, 14th–15th December 2017

Location: Department of Theology, “Bed og arbejd” (Build. 1453, room 415, 4th floor), Nobelparken, Jens Chr. Skous Vej 3, Aarhus

Paul and Epistles

René Falkenberg (Assoc. Prof.): “Where did Paul's Adam/Christ Myth come from?”

Karin Neutel (Postdoc): “Faith in the Foreskin: The Male Anatomy of Paul’s Circumcision Language”

Kasper Bro Larsen (Assoc. Prof.): “Paul the Integrationist: A Sociological Perspective on Ethno-Cultural Conflict Management in the Early Christ Movement”

Sigurvin Jónsson (Ph.D. Research Fellow): “Death of the Author: Violence in James and the Slaying of the Righteous One”

Jewish and Early Christian Narratives

Anders Runesson (Professor): “Ethnicity as a Theological Tool in Matthew”

Jacob Mortensen (Postdoc): “The Author of the Book of Judith as a Greekly Educated Jew”

Wally V. Cirafesi (Ph.D. Research Fellow): “John and the Concept of the Ancestral Land”

Marianne Bjelland Kartzow (Professor): “Metaphor and Masculinity: Rethinking the ‘No Longer Slave’ Formulation in John 15:15”

Reception of Biblical Traditions

Hugo Lundhaug (Professor): “Biblical Reception and Textual Fluidity in the Investiture of Michael the Archangel attributed to John the Evangelist”

Brent Nongbri (Assoc. Prof.): “The Ending of John in P.Bodmer II” Coffee/tea

Ellen Aasland Reinertsen (Research Fellow): “Lost in Reception: Text and Reception of Intersecting Female Characters in Parables”

Louise Heldgaard Bylund (Ph.D. Research Fellow): “The Temptation of Jesus and the Character of the Devil in Contemporary Danish Children’s Bibles”

Ole Jakob Løland (Assoc. Prof.): “The Modern Philosophers’ Paul: Reclaiming Pauline Introspection and Reviving Legacies of Anti-Judaism”