History of Biblical Interpretation

The History of Biblical Interpretation group focuses on recovering and examining the work of past male and female biblical interpreters with the aim of better understanding the methodologies, themes, and historical trajectories in the interpretation of biblical texts.

This year, our theme is “Reading Paul in the Reformation.” We invite paper proposals that explore 16th and 17th century interpretations of Pauline texts by male or female, Catholic or Protestant interpreters. Please send proposals or inquiries to Amanda W. Benckhuysen (ajb23@calvinseminary.edu) or Marion Ann Taylor (marion.taylor@wycliffe.utoronto.ca) by February 28, 2020.