The BNTS conference for 2021 will be hosted at the University of St Andrews, Thursday 19 to Saturday 21 August 2021. These dates have been selected in view of the university’s start of term date, which is significantly earlier than English, Welsh and Northern Irish universities.
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:
TRS-UK official response to British Academy report on ‘Theology and Religious Studies Provision in UK Higher Education’: TRS-UK (the umbrella organisation for all UK Departments of Theology & Religious Studies and the relevant subject associations) is very grateful for the recent British Academy report on ‘Theology and Religious Studies Provision in UK Higher Education‘ [download here], […]
The 2019 seminar papers for individual seminar groups have been posted to individual seminar group pages (you may also download this information as a pdf document): Book of Acts 2019 programme Book of Revelation 2019 programme Early Christianity 2019 programme Hebrews 2019 programme Johannine Literature 2019 programme NT & Second Temple Judaism 2019 programme Paul 2019 […]
Titles and abstracts for this year’s plenary papers are now available:
At the 2019 BNTC, the Simultaneous Short Papers programme will consist of three seminars taking place in parallel, each including 3 x 30 minute slots for paper and questions/discussion. Below is a list of papers for each of the three seminars. Complete Short Papers programme information, with abstracts, has been posted here.