As a follow up to my last post on the “Corinth – Paul, People, and Politics” at Macquarie University, I have just received from Cavan Concannon a PDF document of the paper abstracts. Check out the Corinth Conference Abstracts. The papers covered a wide range of issues relating in some way to Pauline or early Christian Corinth. We have Pausanias and coins, the chronology of the letters and Paul’s visit, the language of economy in the letters, Dionysios bishop of Corinth, imperial cult, and the legacy of Paul, among others.
Categories: Byzantine, Conferences and Presentations, Economy, Late Antiquity, Periods, Roman, Religion, 1 Corinthians, Religion, 2 Corinthians, Religion, Post-Pauline, Religion, Saints, Religion, St. Paul