Dr Andrew Boakye (University of Manchester) discusses ‘A Justification of Life: Abraham, the Resurrection and a New(ish) Perspective on Romans 5–8’ at the Biblical Studies Seminar at the University of Edinburgh on October 8, 2020.
Professor David Downs (Oxford University) discusses ‘The Faithfulness of the Risen Christ in the Pauline Epistles’ in this Biblical Studies Seminar at the University of Edinburgh on October 29, 2020.
Dr Ola Wikander (University of Lund) discusses ‘Divine Sunburns: A Biblical Motif in Central Semitic and Afro-Asiatic Perspective’ in this Biblical Studies Seminar at the University of Edinburgh on February 11, 2021.
Associate Professor Laura Quick (University of Oxford) discusses ‘Bitenosh’s Orgasm, Galen’s Two Seeds, and Conception Theory in the Hebrew Bible’ in this Biblical Studies seminar at the University of Edinburgh on January 14, 2021.
In September 2016, Professor Paul Foster (University of Edinburgh) delivered a talk on Paul’s Epistle to the Colossians, the subject of his recent commentary.
Professor Judith Lieu (University of Cambridge) delivered the Kennedy Wright opening lecture at the Centre for the Study of Christian Origins (CSCO), the University of Edinburgh, in October 2013, entitled “Marcion and the Corruption of the Gospel.”
An audio recording of the lecture is available on YouTube:
Professor Larry Hurtado delivers the 2014 opening lecture at the School of Divinity, University of Edinburgh. The lecture begins at 6:30. Hurtado contends that Paul’s messianism comprises “a particular and distinctive variant form” of the pluriform Jewish messianism of his time.
A similar version of the paper, “Paul’s Messianic Christology”, was delivered at New Orleans Baptist (NOB) Theological Seminary, on February 11, 2016.
Emeritus Professor Larry Hurtado (formerly of the University of Edinburgh) makes available a large number of essays and articles on his personal website. The main topics are Jesus, the theory of early worship of Jesus, and the Gospels.
Son of Man–Hurtado. This is the pre-publication version of my essay published in ‘Who is This Son of Man’? Latest Scholarship on a Puzzling Expression of the Historical Jesus, eds. Larry W. Hurtado & Paul L. Owen (London: T&T Clark, 2011), 159-77.
The Women, the Tomb and the Ending of Mark The manuscript of my contribution published in A Wandering Galilean: Essays in Honour of Sean Freyne, eds. Zuleika Rodgers & Margaret Daly-Denton (Leiden: Brill, 2009), 427-50.
James Crossley’s lecture of Margaret Thatcher and the Bible in English politics is available for download and listening (mp3 here) and on YouTube.