University of Durham, 4-6 September 2008
This seminar aims to be a forum for considering Acts from various angles: historical, literary, textual-critical, theological, archaeological, the social world, possible links/parallels with other ancient writings, and so on. We are very happy to include discussion of topics which relate Acts to the wider contexts of Luke-Acts and the Pauline corpus, where they are relevant and helpful to the study of Acts, although the focus of the seminar is studying Acts. Papers are welcome from both research students and more established scholars.
If interested please contact:
Senior Lecturer in Greek and New Testament Studies
London School of Theology