Continuing Seminar:                            Methodology and Memory Research in Jesus Studies

Established 2021

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SEMINAR'S HISTORY

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Seminar Leaders in 2022:

  • Rafael Rodriguez, Johnson University
  • Michael P. Barber, Augustine Institute

Program Details for 2022

Focus: To be determined


SUNDAY

  • Paper, TBD

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MONDAY

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TUESDAY

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HISTORY

  • 2021
    • Papers 
      • Sunday: A Discussion of Dale C. Allison Jr., “How to Marginalize the Traditional Criteria of
        Authenticity,” pages 1:3–30 of Handbook for the Study of the Historical Jesus, 4 vols.(Leiden: Brill, 2011).
         Brant J. Pitre, Augustine Institute, respondent
         Darrell L. Bock, Dallas Theological Seminary, respondent
      • A Discussion of John P. Meier, “Introduction to Volume Five: The Parables: How
        Do They Fit into the Quest for the Historical Jesus?” pages 5:1–29 of A Marginal Jew:
        Rethinking the Historical Jesus, 5 vols., AYBRL (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1991–2016).
         Tucker S. Ferda, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, respondent
         Paula Fredriksen, Boston University, respondent
      • A Discussion of Amy-Jill Levine, “Women’s Itineracy and the Criteria of
        Authenticity in John Meier’s Marginal Jew,” pages 90–113 of The Figure of Jesus in History
        and Theology: Essays in Honor of John Meier, CBQI 1 (Washington, DC: Catholic Biblical
        Association of America, 2020).
         Michael P. Barber, Augustine Institute, respondent
         Rafael Rodrigues, Johnson University, respondent

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