Emerging Scholarship on the New Testament

This session showcases cutting-edge scholarship from emerging New Testament scholars sponsored by Fellows of the Institute for Biblical Research. All are welcome to attend. Summaries of the papers will be read at the session, leaving opportunity for discussion. Papers will be available for review by October 1 on this page. Contact Ruth Anne Reese (ruthanne.reese@asburyseminary.edu) for more information.

  • Ruth Anne Reese, Asbury Theological Seminary, Presiding
  • Susan M. Rieske, North Park Theological Seminary
    The Toledot Formula of Matthew 1:1: An Introduction to Matthew’s Filial Narrative (9 min)
  • Discussion (15 min)
  • Dain Alexander Smith, Asbury Theological Seminary
    Intertextuality and Hermeneutic Phenomenology: Finding Hermeneutical Unity in the Diversity of New Testament Scholarship (9 min)
  • Discussion (15 min)
  • Chris Seglenieks, Bible College of South Australia
    Lost Rites: Ritual and the Johannine Strategy of Teaching Right Devotion (9 min)
  • Discussion (15 min)
  • Markus Nikkanen, Finnish School of Theology
    Paul and the Concept of Covenant (9 min)
  • Discussion (15 min)
  • Chris S. Stevens, McMaster Divinity College
    Text Types and Textual Transmission: An Assessment Using the Manuscripts of the Pauline Corpus (9 min)
  • Discussion (15 min)