PhD Candidate in New Testament and Early Christianity
Subject area and speciality
- New Testament specialists:
Paul and the Philosophers: A Reassessment of Acts 17:16-34 and the Nature of the Kerygma in Acts
- History of Early Christianity
- Interpretation of the New Testament
- Hellenistic Philosophy
- Ancient Historiography
- The Gospels
- History of Interpretation of the New Testament
- Church history
A3 Jesus and the Origins of the Gospel
B4 The Pauline Letters
A1b, B1b Elementary and Intermediate New Testament Greek
Other Professional Activities
“’Physician, Heal Yourself!’ A Re-examination of the offence of Nazareth in Luke 4:22–30.” New Testament Senior Seminar, Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge. 1 March, 2016.
“Parochialism or Scepticism in Nazareth? Reconsidering Jesus’ Conflict with his Own People (Lk 4:16–30).” SBL Annual Meeting, Atlanta, November 2015.
“Anticipating Jewish-Gentile Collision in Nazareth? Reconsidering the Nature of the Conflict between Jesus and his Hometown in Luke 4:22–30.” International Conference ‘Jewish/non-Jewish relations, University of Southampton. 7–9th September 2015.
“ Ἄγνοια in Hellenistic Philosophy: Illuminating the Paradoxes of Athenian Ignorance (Acts 17:30).” British New Testament Conference, Edinburgh, 3–5th September 2015.
“ Ἄγνοια in Hellenistic Philosophy: Illuminating the Paradoxes of Athenian Ignorance (Acts 17:30).” European Association of Biblical Studies Annual Meeting, Cordoba, 13–15th July 2015.
“ ‘He was numbered with the lawless’ (Lk 22:37): Substitution in Luke’s Passion Narrative.” British New Testament Conference, Manchester, 4–6th September 2014.
“Rapprochement, Subversion or Apologetic? Reassessing the Function of Greek Philosophy in Paul’s Speech in Athens (Acts 17:16–34).” Oxford and Cambridge Biblical Conference, Oxford, Keble College, 30th May 2014.
Le Boulluec, Alain. The Notion of Heresy in Greek Literature in the Second and Third Centuries. Oxford University Press. Forthcoming (2018). [French-English; in collaboration with David Lincicum et al.]
Schützeichel, Harald. “Music and Ethics: Albert Schweitzer, the Musician.” In Albert Schweitzer in Thought and Action: A Life in Parts. Edited by James Carleton Paget and Michael J. Thate. Syracuse University Press. Forthcoming 2016. [German-English]
Schmidt, Francis. “The Plain and Laughter: Note on the Hermeneutical Function of the Sign in Philo of Alexandria.” Pages 188–199 in The Jewish-Greek Tradition in Antiquity and the Byzantine Empire. Edited by James Aitken and James Carleton Paget. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014. [French-English]
""Physician, Heal Yourself!"—Jesus' Challenge to his Own: A Re-examination of the Offense of Nazareth in Light of Ancient Parallels (Lk 4:22-30)." Novum Testamentum 58 (2016): 347-368.
"Jesus, Barabbas, and the People: The Climax of Luke's Trial Narrative and Lukan Christology (Lk 23:13-25)." Journal for the Study of the New Testament (forthcoming)
Article in Books
“Théodore de Bèze en zijn Edities van het Nieuwe Testament. ” [Théodore Beza and his Editions of the New Testament] Pages 160–162 in Théodore de Bèze: zijn Leven, zijn Werk. Edited by Willem Balke, Jan C. Klok and Willem van’t Spijker. Kampen: Kok, 2012.
Correspondance de Théodore de Bèze, recueillie par Hippolyte Aubert, publiée par Alain Dufour, Hervé Genton et Monique Cuany. Vol. XXXVII (1596). Travaux d’Humanisme et de Renaissance 519. Genève: Droz, 2013.
Correspondance de Théodore de Bèze, recueillie par Hippolyte Aubert, publiée par Alain Dufour, Hervé Genton et Monique Cuany. Vol. XXXVI (1595). Travaux d’Humanisme et de Renaissance. Genève: Droz, 2012.