Category Archives: Christian – St. Paul

Corinthian Scholarship Monthly (December-February). Part 1

With the end of last semester, holidays, and deadlines, I fell a bit behind on the Corinthian Scholarship Monthly posts. Yesterday I started to dig out, sift through emails, and find the gems in the bunch. This will be the … Continue reading

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“Now is the day of salvation”

It’s one of those happy years when eastern and western Christian calendars coincide and Lenten seasons begin and conclude in the same weeks. Last year these movable seasons were five weeks off so that Orthodox Christians were in the heart … Continue reading

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The Figure of Adam and the New Creation

This one out this month from Fortress Press. Legarreta-Castillo, Felipe De Jesus. The Figure of Adam in Romans 5 and 1 Corinthians 15: The New Creation and Its Ethical and Social Reconfigurations: Minneapolis 2014: Fortress. Abstract: “It is widely recognized … Continue reading

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RBL Reviews: Four New Books on Paul and Pauline Studies

Freshly printed by the Review of the Biblical Literature, four new books related to Paul, Pauline studies, writings, theology, themes, mission, and interpretation—plenty of 1 and 2 Corinthians here. Celebrating Paul: Festschrift in Honor of Jerome Murphy-O’Connor, O.P., and Joseph … Continue reading

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Paul’s Powerpoint to the Corinthians

H/t to Bill Caraher on this little gem. Gabriel Rossman translates 1 Corinthians into the language of Powerpoint. Here’s a blurb from his article at First Things. See the full TP here. I speak of course of speakers of Terrible … Continue reading

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Corinthian Scholarship Monthly (November 2013)

Your latest round of new Corinthian scholarship published or posted online in the last month – just in time for the holiday season. Feel free to reply to this post if you have something to add. If you are interested … Continue reading

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Urban Space and Economic Life in Saint Paul’s Balkan Stops, 4th–7th Centuries

I won’t be anywhere near Hellenic College Holy Cross on December 3, but this lecture (from Brandie Rantliff via the Byzantine Studies Association) looks interesting. The Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture is pleased to announce the first … Continue reading

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