Current Seminars

  1. Constructions of the Histories of Early Christianity (Cilliers Breytenbach and Clare Rothschild). Terminates in 2020.
  2. The Greek of the New Testament (Paul Danove, Jesús Peláez and James Voelz). Terminates in 2019.
  3. Inhalte und Probleme einer neutestamentlichen Theologie (Christof Landmesser and Mark Seifrid). Terminates in 2019.
  4. The Johannine Writings (Jörg Frey, Margareta Gruber and Christos Karakolis). Terminates in 2020.
  5. The Development of Early Christian Ethics within its Jewish and Greco-Roman Contexts (Matthias Konradt and William Loader). Terminates in 2020.
  6. The Mission and Expansion of Earliest Christianity (Eugene Eung-Chun Park, Paul Trebilco and Gosnell Yorke). Terminates in 2018.
  7. Hebrews (Christian Eberhart and Wolfgang Kraus). Terminates in 2020.
  8. Social History and the New Testament (Hermut Löhr, Markus Öhler and Anders Runesson). Terminates in 2022.
  9. Early Jewish Theologies and the New Testament (Jens Herzer and Gerbern Oegema). Terminates in 2019.
  10. Reconsidering Literarkritik of the Pauline Letters and its Impact on their Interpretation (Eve-Marie Becker and Reimund Bieringer). Terminates in 2018.
  11. Papyrology, Epigraphy and the New Testament (Peter Arzt-Grabner and John Kloppenborg). Terminates in 2018.
  12. Reading Paul’s Letters in Context: Theological and Social-Scientific Approaches (William Campbell and Judith Gundry). Terminates in 2021.
  13. New Testament Textual Criticism (Claire Clivaz, Ulrich Schmid and Tommy Wasserman). Terminates in 2018.
  14. Memory, Narrative, and Christology in the Synoptic Gospels (Samuel Byrskog, Stephen Hultgren and Jens Schröter). Terminates in 2018.
  15. Philo and Early Christianity (Per Jarle Bekken and Greg Sterling). Terminates in 2022.
  16. Acta Politica: The Book of Acts and the Political Culture of the Roman Empire (Knut Backhaus, Carl Holladay and Daniel Marguerat). Terminates in 2021.
  17. Resurrection: New Methods and Approaches (Shelly Matthews and Daniel Smith). Terminates in 2020.

The Society offers up to a maximum of 18 seminars at any one time. Seminars normally meet for a minimum of three and a maximum of five years. At General Meetings there are usually three seminar sessions, each lasting for about 90 minutes.

Any member wishing to organise a new seminar must submit a proposal to the Secretary by 1 July.

Seminar Guidelines are available at SNTS Seminar Guidelines.