I’m in Örebro, Sweden at a conference on ‘Healing and Exorcism in Second Temple Judaism and Early Christianity’. (The picture is one of the two amazing cakes we had for dessert at the dinner!) My paper is about why Paul silences the demonised slave girl in Philippi (Acts 16:16-18), and I connect it with the silencing of a demonised man by Jesus in Luke 4:33-37. Here are the title and abstract of my paper, and this link will open a pdf of my slides. Why Continue reading →
Here are slides from my two talks this evening (Sunday 4 March) at Waterbeach overviewing the book of Acts. Enjoy! Talk1 Talk2
Here are links to download the slides from my three main talks for the parish weekend away for St Andrew’s Church, Histon (near Cambridge—picture of their lovely building above), mainly for the St Andrew’s folk, but others are welcome to have them if interested. These aren’t ‘academic’ talks, but are me seeking to bring New Testament scholarship to bear on the question the organisers asked me to address: “How do we become and nurture a more confident people of God?’ The slides are available here: Continue reading →
Here are the slides (in pdf format) from my talk “Acts as Biblical History?” given in the Book of Acts seminar at the British New Testament Conference in Maynooth on Friday 1 September 2017.
Picture: the chapel at St Patrick’s College, Maynooth University Here’s a fine and interesting post about how to make “small talk” with speakers at conferences, just in time for the British New Testament Conference, which starts today in Maynooth, near Dublin!