We now invite further bids for small grants in support of these aims. Grants may be awarded for a range of purposes. Examples might include travel and conference costs for a BNTS seminar presenter from abroad; public engagement events highlighting the work of New Testament scholarship; support for the ongoing research of independent scholars; any activity undertaken for the benefit of the Society.
We have completed the first round of grants from the Society’s reserves to projects which advance “education through study of and research into the New Testament and related writings” in the UK (from our Constitution), and have made four awards. The successful bids received in the first round were each for £500, as follows:
The BNTS Code of Conduct was adopted by the BNTS committee in November 2019, and is available below or by download here. British New Testament Society Code of Conduct The British New Testament Society (BNTS) is committed to making our conferences accessible and productive for everyone, regardless of factors such as religious affiliation or lack […]
Proposals for papers are invited for the British New Testament Society meeting 2020 to be held in Durham from Thursday 3 to Saturday 5 September. Paper proposals must include the presenter’s name and institutional affiliation (where appropriate), a title, and an abstract of not more than 300 words, and should be sent directly to the […]
The BNTS conference for 2021 will be hosted at the University of St Andrews, Thursday 26 to Saturday 28 August 2021. These dates have been selected in view of the Scottish universities’ start of term as well as the English and Welsh Bank Holiday (30 Aug).
The minutes from the general meeting of the 2019 BNTS conference are now available to download in pdf form (here).
The first issue of the Journal for Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies has been published: https://jibs.group.shef.ac.uk/current-issue/. Meredith J C Warren, “Editorial Preface,” 1-5. Caroline Blyth, “Bringing the Apostle Down to Earth: Emily Dickinson Wrestles with Paul,” 6-25. Chris Greenough, “‘Queer Eye’ in Theology and Biblical Studies: ‘Do you have to be queer to do this?‘” 26-41. Matthew R. […]
A new book has been published and made freely available online: Poverty in the Early Church and Today (London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2018), edited by Prof Steve Walton and Dr Hannah Swithinbank. Prof Walton writes: I’m very pleased to announce that the wonderful people at Bloomsbury T&T Clark have agreed with the website Knowledge Unlatched to make Poverty in […]
The Sheffield Institute for Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies (SIIBS) has announced its Autumn Research Seminar series, details in the poster below.
Our first plenary for the 2019 BNTS conference was from Prof Candida Moss on “The Mark of the Nails: Resurrection, Identity, and Bodies in the Doubting Thomas Episode.” Since technical difficulties prevented her slides from being shown, we include them here as a pdf: