Teaching

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COURSES

 

 

Synoptics

Pauline Literature

Johannine Literature

Introduction to the New Testament

New Testament Theology

New Testament Ethics

New Testament Ethics

Images of Jesus

Femi-nist Biblical Interpretation

Introduction to Methods of Biblical Interpretation

Multicultural Bib-lical Criticism

Feminist Theologies in Different Contexts

Religion and Politics in Early Christi-anity

Introduction to the NT

 

  SEMINARS 

 

 

Models of Biblical Interpretation
New Testament Christology
New Testament Miracle Stories
New Testament Ethics
Feminist Historical Reconstruction
Lukan Exegesis
Methods of Biblical Interpretation 
Feminist Theory and Theology
Ethic and Rhetoric
Discipline of Christian Testament Studies
NT Ethics and Theology

 

 ADVANCED

SEMINARS 

 

 

Doctor of Theology Seminar

Advanced New Testament Seminars on 1 Corinthians

The Fourth Gospel

(Method and Interpretation) and Historiography of Early Christian Beginnings

Historics and Rhetorics

Religion, Gender and Culture Colloquium

New Testament Dissertation Seminar

Senior Thesis Seminar

Feminist Theory and Theology

Rhetoric, Gender and Power

Method and Methodology

Interpreting 1 Peter

 

CO-

TAUGHT

 

 

Introduction to Theological Education in Ministry (Harvey Cox)

New Testament Ethics and Feminist Ethics (Katie G. Cannon)

Feminist Theology (Carter Heyward)

Feminist Liberation Theology (Sharon Welch)

Feminist Biblical Hermeneutics (Kwok Pui-Lan)

Christianity and De-mocracy (Ronald Thiemann and Cornel West)

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FALL 2018 COURSES

HDS 2074: The Bible in the Public Square

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2018

HDS 2074 Fall 2018 / Section: 01 / Class number: 19490

The Bible in the Public Square

Andover 103 (HDS)

Monday 03:00 PM - 04:59 PM

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Course Description: The Bible seems to speak loud in the public square when it comes to gay marriage, abortion, or the Religious Right’s advocacy of Trump’s vision to "make America great again." However, the Bible's voice is less heard in matters of justice for immigrants, gun control, budget cuts to key social services, or rapidly increasing poverty and income inequality. This course will explore the "other voice" of the Bible calling for justice and love for the poor, the afflicted, the immigrant, and the stranger. We will ask whether and how biblical scholarship addresses this problem of the missing biblical voice of justice in public discourse and inquire as to what can be done to amplify the Biblical call for justice in the public square. Jointly offered in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences as Religion1563.

 

HDS 1571: Wo/men and Early Christian Beginnings: Revisiting In Memory of Her

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2018

HDS 1571 Fall 2018 / Section: 01 / Class number: 19494

Wo/men and Early Christian Beginnings: Revisiting In Memory of Her

Rockefeller 117 (HDS)

Tuesday 09:00 AM - 10:59 AM

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Description: In Memory of Her: A Feminist Theological Reconstruction of Christian Origins, appeared in 1983, almost 40 years ago, and has become a foundational text for the study of wo/men in early Christianity and for feminist the*logy. Since the book inaugurated the field of feminist historical and theological studies in early Christianity, the seminar will revisit this volume and explore questions of Christian origins, its Jewish roots and Greco-Roman historical contexts, the development of institutional structures, wo/mens ledership and the book’s reception and ongoing significance for historical gender studies in religion and feminist the*logy. Jointly offered in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences as Religion 2546.

 

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