MemberLynn Huber

…Ph.D. in Religious Studies (New Testament), awarded with distinction, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, 2004.
M.Div., Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, 1996.
B.A. in Philosophy, Northwest Nazarene University, Nampa, ID, 1992.
…Current Projects
Revelation in the Wisdom Commentary Series, with Gail R. O’Day. Edited by Barbara Reid. Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, under contract.
“John’s Apocalypse” in The Oxford Handbook of New Testament, Gender, and Sexuality. Edited by Benjamin Dunning. New York: Oxford University Press, under contract (completed manuscript submitted).
Thinking and Seeing with Women in Revelation.  London:  Bloomsbury T and T Clark, 2013.
“Like a Bride Adorned”:  Reading Metaphor in Jo…

New Testament Studies/ Revelation, Ancient Mediterranean Religions, Early Christian History, Apocalypticism

MemberSean Winter


Philippians and Philemon: A Commentary (Reading the New Testament; Macon GA: Smyth & Helwys, under contract for 2017).

Philippians and Friendship: Rhetoric and Relationship in a Pauline Letter

Peer-Reviewed Articles / Book Chapters

‘Paul’s Ethics and Paul’s Experience: Law and Love in Galatians’, in preparation for volume of collected essays on Justice and Mercy, Law and Love in Biblical Ethics, due September 2016.

‘Suffering, Salvation, and Solidarity in 2 Cor…
…University of Oxford (1990–1993): DPhil in New Testament (awarded 1997). Thesis entitled: “‘Worthy of the Gospel of Christ’: The Situation and Strategy of Paul’s Epistle to the Philippians”. Supervisor: N. T. Wright

University of Bristol (1986–1989): BA (Hons) in Theology and Religious Studies…
…onhoeffer Legacy: Australasian Journal of Bonhoeffer Studies 2.2 (2014), 19–35.

‘Paul’s Attitudes to the Gentiles’, in David C. Sim and James S. McLaren (eds.), Attitudes to Gentiles in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity (Library of New Testament Studies 499; London: Bloomsbury, 2013), 139–153.

‘Bonhoeffer and Biblical Interpretation: The Early Years’, The Bonhoeffer Legacy: Australiasian Journal of Bonhoeffer Studies 1 (2013), 1–15.

‘Re-enacting Grace: χάρ…

I currently serve as Associate Professor in New Testament and Academic Dean at Pilgrim Theological College within the University of Divinity in Melbourne, Australia. Prior to moving to Australia I taught New Testament at Northern Baptist College in Manchester.

MemberBradley Rice

…nd Modern Christian Apocrypha: Proceedings from the 2015 York University Christian Apocrypha Symposium. Edited by Tony Burke. Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2017.

“The Dialogue of the Paralytic with Christ: A New Translation and Introduction.” Pages 140–157 in New Testament Apocrypha: More Noncanonical Scriptures. Edited by Tony Burke and Brent Landau. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2016.

Edited Volumes (assistant editor)

Coming Back to Life: The Permeability of Past and Present, Mortality and Immortality, Death …

I am a PhD candidate in New Testament/Early Christianity at McGill University in Montreal, where my primary research focus is apocryphal Christian literature.

MemberDanny Yencich

…Ph.D. Student, Religious Studies: New Testament & Christian Origins, University of Denver & Iliff School of Theology (Joint Doctoral Program), Denver, Colorado.

M.Div., New Testament, Emmanuel Christian Seminary, Johnson City, Tennessee. 2013. 

B.S., Cross-Cultural Ministry; Bible & Theology (double-major), Great Lakes Christian College, Lansing, Michigan. 2009.

I am a Ph.D. student in New Testament and Christian Origins at the University of Denver & Iliff School of Theology. My research centers on the traditions of earliest Christianity and the media cultural context(s) from which they come.

MemberJoshua Smith

…Ph.D. Student, Religious Studies: New Testament and Biblical Interpretation. University of Denver & Iliff School of Theology (Joint Doctoral Program), Denver, Colorado. Expected graduation: 2020. GPA: 3.9. Dissertation: TBA. Dissertation Supervisor: Gregory Robbins.

M.A., Theological Studies—Research Track: New Testament. Central Baptist Theological Seminary, Shawnee, Kansas. 2014. Thesis: “‘I Will Ask You a Question’: A Socio-Rhetorical Study of Opposing-Turn Questions in the Gospel of L…

I am a Ph.D. student in the Joint Doctoral Program in Religious Studies at the University of Denver and Iliff School of Theology, specializing in New Testament/Christian origins and biblical interpretation. My current research interests include Luke-Acts, early Jewish/Christian identity, and early Rabbinic/Christian scriptural interpretation.

MemberIan Mills

…Ph.D., New Testament, Duke University (2015-Present)

B.A., Classics, Religion, Biblical Studies, University of Minnesota (2014)…

Ian Nelson Mills is a PhD Student at Duke University in New Testament. Ian’s research focuses on the development of Gospel literature from the first century into Late Antiquity. This includes the historical Jesus, textual criticism, the Synoptic Problem, and Christian apocrypha.

MemberMichael Hölscher

…2013–present: Research Assistant (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter), Biblical Studies Seminar, New Testament Department, University of Mainz (Germany) (Prof. Dr. KONRAD HUBER)

2009–2013: Research Assistant (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter), Institute for New Testament Studies, University of Graz (Austria) (Prof. Dr. CHRISTOPH HEIL)

2009–2016: Doctoral studies in catholic theology in Graz (Austria, 2009–2013), Edinburgh
(GB, 2012) and Mainz (Germany, 2013–2016). Doctoral dissertation about
Matthew as…
…uestion of John the Baptist and Jesus’ Indictment of the Religious Leaders: A Critical Analysis of Luke 7:18-35, Cambridge 2012), in: ET 125/9 (2014) 458.

Gunnar Samuelsson, Crucifixion in Antiquity. An Inquiry into the Background and Significance of the New Testament Terminology of Crucifixion (WUNT II/310), Tübingen 2011, in: SNTU.A 37 (2012) 276–281.

Cornelia B. Horn/Robert R. Phenix (Hrsg.), Children in Late Ancient Christianity (Studien und Texte zu Antike und Christentum 58), Tübingen 2009, in: BZ…

What do I do at Mainz University? Immerse myself in the culture of the Mediterranean world and interpret the New Testament against this background. I like to turn challenging topics until they become interesting for students or a wider audience. I enjoy preparing issues for others in a creative and multimedial way.

MemberDaniel Glover

I’m a Ph.D. student in New Testament at Baylor University. My research interests include the Gospel of Mark, narrative and redaction criticism, early Christian and Jewish use of the Old Testament, and the the relation of Judaism and Christianity in the first four centuries. In addition to reading and writing, my hobbies include playing tennis, guitar, and disc golf.