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New Testament specialists

People specializing in this area

University Teaching Officers

Dr James Nicholas Carleton Paget
  • Judaism and Hellenism
  • Jesus
  • Second-century Christianity
  • Jewish-Christian relations in antiquity, ancient Jewish Christianity, and the history of ancient biblical interpretation 
Professor Simon Gathercole
  • interpretation of the New Testament
  • the connections between the New Testament and the literature contemporaneous with it
  • Christology
  • the doctrine of the atonement
  • the Gospel of Thomas
  • Pauline studies
  • Christology of the Gospels
  • extra-canonical Gospels
Dr Jonathan A. Linebaugh
  •  interpretation of the New Testament
  • the connections between the New Testament and the literature contemporaneous with it
  • Pauline studies
  • the history of New Testament interpretation
  • theological hermeneutics
  • the relationship between exegesis and systematic theology
Dr Justin Meggitt
  • Christian origins
  • Historical Jesus
  • Apocalypticism in history and culture
  • Magic in antiquity
  • Early modern reception of Islam
  • Early modern religious dissent
  • Religion and terrorism
  • Anarchism and religion

Academic staff

Dr James Nicholas Carleton Paget
  • Judaism and Hellenism
  • Jesus
  • Second-century Christianity
  • Jewish-Christian relations in antiquity, ancient Jewish Christianity, and the history of ancient biblical interpretation 
Professor Simon Gathercole
  • interpretation of the New Testament
  • the connections between the New Testament and the literature contemporaneous with it
  • Christology
  • the doctrine of the atonement
  • the Gospel of Thomas
  • Pauline studies
  • Christology of the Gospels
  • extra-canonical Gospels
Dr Jonathan A. Linebaugh
  •  interpretation of the New Testament
  • the connections between the New Testament and the literature contemporaneous with it
  • Pauline studies
  • the history of New Testament interpretation
  • theological hermeneutics
  • the relationship between exegesis and systematic theology
Dr Jane McLarty
  • New Testament Greek
Dr Justin Meggitt
  • Christian origins
  • Historical Jesus
  • Apocalypticism in history and culture
  • Magic in antiquity
  • Early modern reception of Islam
  • Early modern religious dissent
  • Religion and terrorism
  • Anarchism and religion
Dr Sarah Underwood Dixon

"The Testimony of Jesus" in the Book of Revelation

Directors of Studies

Professor Simon Gathercole
  • interpretation of the New Testament
  • the connections between the New Testament and the literature contemporaneous with it
  • Christology
  • the doctrine of the atonement
  • the Gospel of Thomas
  • Pauline studies
  • Christology of the Gospels
  • extra-canonical Gospels
Dr Jonathan A. Linebaugh
  •  interpretation of the New Testament
  • the connections between the New Testament and the literature contemporaneous with it
  • Pauline studies
  • the history of New Testament interpretation
  • theological hermeneutics
  • the relationship between exegesis and systematic theology
Dr Jane McLarty
  • New Testament Greek

Retired Faculty

Dr Andrew Chester
  • 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
Professor Judith Lieu, FBA
  • Gospel and letters of John
  • Interpretation of the New Testament
  • Gender and New Testament/ early Christian literature and history
  • Parting of the Ways between Judaism and Christianity
  • Early Christianity in the Jewish and Graeco-Roman contexts
  • Christian literature and thought of the second century
  • Heresy and other patterns of identity in early Christianity

Graduate students

Alexander Chantziantoniou

Idolatry and Early Christian Identity: Ancient Jewish Anti-Pagan Polemics in Galatians 4.1-11

Daniel K. Eng, D.Min.

Divine Approval in the Epistle of James

Eric Foster-Whiddon

MPhil student in New Testament and Early Christianity

Jesse Grenz

A Study of the Scribal Habits in Codex Vaticanus

Luke A. Hase

Rethinking 'Myth' as a Hermeneutical Tool in Pauline Studies

Nathan Kellner

MPhil student in New Testament and Early Christianity

Ah Reum Kim

The Countercultural Victory of 1 John 5 in Greco-Roman Context

Oliver Marjot

Matthew and Paul in conversation on Torah observance, the Jew/Gentile question, and soteriology; issues of Judaism and Jewishness in Matthean studies, as well as the nascent 'Paul within Judaism' perspective; more broadly, the relationship between individual New Testament voices and the collective New Testament witness.

Matthew Pawlak

Sarcasm in the Letters Attributed to Paul

John Percival

The Plan of Salvation in the Epistles to Timothy and Titus

Chakrita M Saulina

The Narrative Function of Evil Spirits in the Gospel of Luke

Daniel Joseph Stevens

The author of Hebrews' development and usage of the terms promise and covenant with particular reference to the Abrahamic, Mosaic, and New covenants.

Jason Vartanian

Revelation's Adam Christology