Registration for BNTS Meeting 2021 Hybrid meeting at Durham University Registration is now closed Booking for the 2021 British New Testament Conference hosted by Durham University is now open. The Conference will begin on Thursday 19 August (registration from 2pm) and end with lunch on Saturday 21 August. Registration will close on Thursday 29 July. […]
Seminar Groups Book of Acts Book of Revelation Early Christianity Johannine Literature Later Epistles New Testament and Second Temple Judaism Paul Synoptic Gospels The New Testament and Christian Theology Simultaneous Short Papers
Hybrid Meeting to be held at Durham University The BNTS Committee are organising a hybrid conference, with the aim of maximising participation for members during this difficult time. However, in order to offer an in-person option, a change of venue has become necessary. Therefore, the 2021 BNTS Conference will now take place at Durham University, 19-21 August. […]
The BNTS Committee continues to hope that the Society will be able to meet for its scheduled residential conference in St Andrews on 19-21 August 2021. However, as members of the Society will be aware, this is dependent on the necessary ending of lockdown restrictions and also on the University’s policy regarding hosting such an […]
Proposals for papers are invited for the British New Testament Society Meeting 2021 to be hosted by the University of St Andrews from Thursday 19 to Saturday 21 August. Paper proposals must include the presenter’s name and institutional affiliation (where appropriate), a title, and an abstract of 150-175 words (max). Proposals should be sent directly […]
The committee is delighted to grant awards to the following people after our last call for small grants: Bibliographical Resources (Max £200). Zachary Skarka (PhD candidate, University of Birmingham) for The History of the Pauline Corpus in Texts, Transmissions and Trajectories by Chris S. Stevens. Siobhan Jolley (PhD candidate, University of Manchester) for Elisabetta Sirani “Virtuosa”: women’s […]
We are saddened to learn of the death of Prof. Judith Kovacs, Associate Professor Emerita of the University of Virginia. She published widely in New Testament and Patristics, including books on Clement’s Exegesis, and Revelation in the Wiley Blackwell Reception series. She will be missed.
We are saddened to hear news of the death of one of our long-standing members, Dr John Muddiman, aged 73. Dr Muddiman was formerly G.B. Caird Fellow of New Testament at Mansfield College, Oxford. Among his many publications was his commentary on Ephesians. He will be missed.
We have announced a new 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). This round, given the current library access issues, we are welcoming applications for essential bibliographical resources from members not in full […]
The minutes from the general meeting of the 2020 BNTS conference are now available to download in pdf form (here)