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Dr Andrew Chester

Dr Andrew Chester

Reader in New Testament Studies

Fellow and Director of Studies, Selwyn College

Andrew Chester is accepting applications for PhD students.


Office Phone: 01223 763029

Subject area and speciality

New Testament specialists:
  • Messianism and eschatology in early Judaism and Christianity
  • Early Christology and its Development in Jewish Context
  • Ethical Perspectives in the New Testament and Early Christianity
Scriptural language specialists:

New Testament Greek

Greek specialists:

College

Selwyn College:
Director of Studies

Research Interests

  • Messianism and eschatology in early Judaism and Christianity
  • Early Christology and its Development in Jewish Context
  • Ethical Perspectives in the New Testament and Early Christianity

Teaching

  • New Testament Christology
  • New Testament Ethics
  • Jesus and the Gospels
  • Revelation
  • Galatians

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