1. XVII Conference on Patristic Studies, Oxford (10-14 August 2015)

    Dear NAPS Colleagues,

    It is a pleasure to invite you to the next, the XVII Conference on Patristic Studies Oxford (10-14 August 2015), to visit our newly designed website (http://www.oxfordpatristics.com), to register and to submit your abstract there. Hopefully, it should be much easier to do this than last round, but if you encounter problems, please don’t hesitate to send me an email and I will do the best I can that you can get registered and submit your abstract. All deadlines – especially for the early bird discounted fees, you will find on the website (http://www.oxfordpatristics.com).

    As you will see, the website looks different – but we would like to improve it even more. It would be wonderful, if you could send me a few photographs of previous conferences, as we could create a small archive on the site that presents such photos to recreate memories.

    Again, you can also visit our blog (http://oxfordpatristics.blogspot.co.uk/) where we are going to publish the abstracts, as soon as they are accepted. Please note, we are also publishing reviews on our blog, call for papers, conferences and others – if you wish your book to be reviewed please ask the publishers to send the book to my King’s College London address.


    Markus Vinzent


    March 1st, 2013 7:00 pm / Continue Reading »
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  3. Asceticism & Exegesis in Early Christianity: Reception & Use of NT Texts in Ancient Christian Ascetical Discourses

    Asceticism and Exegesis in Early Christianity:The Reception of New Testament Texts in Ancient Ascetic Discourses

    With an Introduction by Elizabeth A. Clark

    Edited by Hans-Ulrich Weidemann
    ISBN 978-3-525-59358-5
    Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
    erscheint März 2013

    Novum Testamentum et Orbis Antiquus/Studien zur Umwelt des Neuen Testaments (NTOA/StUNT) – Band 101

    For the book’s table of contents, click here.

    To read the introductory chapter from the book, click here. (Availability of the introductory chapter is with the permission of the publisher and the author).


    March 1st, 2013 1:27 pm / Continue Reading »
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