Monday, 05 February 2007
Resources from Durham NT Seminar
I have had the clipping to this link for a while now, but for those who haven't see it...
MP3 recordings of the Durham NT Seminar in 2005 are available from the Durham website. The focus is largely on Romans 9-11 and other Pauline texts, but a highlight is clearly the recordings of an extensive conversation between Jimmy Dunn and Tom Wright on Jesus and Paul. Here are the listings for the two terms worth of recordings, but note not all of the sessions were satisfactorily recorded.
Dr. William R. Telford
"Has God Rejected His People?: Jews and Judaism in the Thought of Paul (Romans 9-11)"
Professor John M.G. Barclay
"Philo and Paul on Election and Grace (Legum Allegoriae 3.77-96; Romans 9.6-18)"
Note: Due to technical difficulties, Professor Barclay's actual presentation was not recorded, though the discussion that followed was captured.
An English translation of Philo's Legum Allegoriae. Scroll (about 1/3 of the way) down to XXIV. (77) to begin reading the relevant material.
Professor Robert C. Hayward
"Jewish Perspectives on Paul's Statements about Israel in Romans 9"
Dr. R. Walter L. Moberly
"Jeremiah and the Potter (with a View to Romans 9)"
Rt. Rev. Dr. N.T. Wright
"Further Thoughts on Romans 10"
Gary Griffith (final year postgraduate)
"A Smorgasbord of Grace: Paul's Use of Charis in 2 Corinthians 8-9"
Professor Francis Watson (University of Aberdeen)
"Scripture and Self-definition in Romans 9-10 and the Damascus Document "
Professor Watson's handout.
An English translation of the Damascus Document.
Dr. Richard Bell (University of Nottingham):
"Paul and the hardening of Israel"
Dr. Wendy Sproston North (formerly of Hull University)
“'The Jews' in John’s Gospel: Observations and Inferences"
Professor Loren Stuckenbruck (University of Durham)
"Does Romans 9.1-5 have an 'afterlife' in 9.6ff?"
Professor Joel Marcus (Duke University Divinity School)
"Crucifixion as Parodic Exultation"
Dr. Angus Paddison (University of Gloucester)
"Karl Barth on Romans 9-11"
Professor John Riches (formerly University of Glasgow)
"The End of the Law in Galatians: Readings in the HIstory of Interpretation"
Professor Philip Esler (University of St. Andrews)
"Reflections on Romans 9-11 in the light of Conflict and Identity in Romans (Fortress, 2003)"