Friday, April 24, 2020

Wycliffe Hall New Testament Research Group


Wycliffe Hall New Testament Research Group

Our  NT Research Group has gone online and we are hosting the following seminars this term. The first two are based on recently completed PhD theses; the last two are more ‘work in progress’. Some of these will probably be of interest to readers of this blog (if time-zones allow of course): 

9:00 – 10:00AM (British Summer Time) on Wednesdays online (email the convener for an invitation)

Week 1 (Wed 29 April): Dr Simeon Burke (Research Development Advisor [Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences] at the University of Cambridge), From Sayings to Texts: The Literary Contextualisation of Jesus’s Words in the Writings of Tertullian of Carthage and Origen of Alexandria

Week 3 (Wed 13 May): Michael Dormandy (Lecturer in New Testament, Ripon College Cuddesdon), All in One: Textual Characteristics of the Early Whole-Bible Manuscripts

Week 5 (Wed 27 May): Jacob Rodriguez (Oxford DPhil Student): Evidence for the Use of Mark’s Gospel in Early Christian Catechesis (PSI 1041 Reconsidered)

Week 7 (Wed 10 June): Ruth Norris (Cambridge PhD Student): Hosea 11:1 in Matthew 2:15, and the Significance of Matthew’s Grammar

All welcome
Convener: Peter M. Head (

1 comment

  1. Thanks to Simeon Burke and Michael Dormandy the first two of these have been very good sessions.