During this year’s General Meeting, the President read out the names of BNTS members who had successfully completed their PhD since the last meeting, and the Society applauded their success.
Congratulations to the following:
Benjamin E. Castaneda, University of St Andrews, “Remembering Jesus in James, Peter, Jude: The Function of Jesus Traditions in Epistolary Argumentation”
Marlene Reid, University of Aberdeen, “The Need to Go Through Samaria: Eschatological Motifs of Restoration in John 4:1-43/ Evocations of Imagery in Ezekiel”
Lynn E. Mills, Trinity College Dublin, “Cleansing by Water and Spirit in the Dead Sea Scrolls and New Testament”
Emma Swai, Liverpool Hope University, “Too Far from Ideal? Disability and New Testament Writings”
Brandon Massey, St Mary’s University, Twickenham, “The Birth and Death of the PreMarkan Passion Narrative: The History of Form Criticism’s Most Assured Result”
Jacopo Marcon, University of Birmingham, “The Pseudo-Oecumenian Catena on Romans”
Timothy Mitchell, University of Birmingham, “Family Π in the Gospel according to Mark”
Nathan Betz, KU Leuven, “City of Gods: The New Jerusalem of John’s Revelation in Early Christianity (through ca. 313)”
Mark Button, University of Chester, “Paul’s Subversive Leadership: Gift-Giving, Patron-Client Relationships and Leadership in the Pauline Correspondence”
Lois Wilson-McFarland, University of Edinburgh, “Sticky Stories: Affect and Biblical Myth in Women’s Speculative Fiction, 1970-2020”
Alex Muir, University of Edinburgh, “Paul and Seneca on Consolation: A Comparative Study”
If you want to be included in next year’s announcement, email the Secretary (email@example.com) with your name, university, and thesis title.