Post-Graduate Biblical Studies Seminar

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A PG Biblical Studies seminar is being organised at Queen’s University, Belfast, on 11th December. Organised by Biblical Studies colleagues from the various Theological Colleges in and around Belfast, this seminar is open (as in previous years) to IBA members and their PG students. Its focus, on this occasion, will be the Pentateuch and carries over from a postponed Spring meeting. If you would like to attend this seminar, please email Ms Kim Mahon at the QUB Institute of Theology (Theology@qub.ac.uk) to request a digital invitation for your diary to the PG Biblical Studies at Queen’s University, Belfast, on 11th December.

In order to protect the integrity of the seminar, in your email it will help to include clear information for the QUB Institute of Theology that both identifies you as an appropriate invitee and links you to your particular institution.

For a poster, click
here.

Best wishes, W. Gordon Campbell
Head of Biblical Studies and Professor of New Testament
Union Theological College
108 Botanic Avenue
BELFAST BT7 1JT




Bedell Boyle Annual Lecture

National Bible Society of Ireland 15th October @ 7.30 pm Rev Prof John Barton
"Recent Jewish Approaches to Biblical Theology"
Zoom webinar

It is possible to register directly on the
NBSI website.

All info on the
flier


Programme for 2020

Annual Conference and AGM Renehan Hall, St Patrick’s College, Maynooth Saturday 15 February 2020 Registration 9.30 Free parking available on the campus

Dr Katie Heffelfinger (Church of Ireland Theological Institute; bio) Persuasion, Poetry and Israel’s Prophets

Dr Hilary Marlow (University of Cambridge; bio) Reading from the Ground up: Ecological Approaches to the Prophets

Eco-Criticism, New Materialism and the Book of Ezekiel
Dr Brad Anderson (Dublin City University; bio) From Family Matters to Fertility Cults: Adventures in the Reception of Hosea 1-3

Cost: €35 (€20 concession with appropriate ID) for full day with light lunch included