are now posted on my website and are thus now accessible and downloadable here. As stated by several, the present versions of these papers are preliminary versions; you are allowed to download or read online, but they are not to be quoted publicly in any ways without the permission of the author concerned.
If you are to participate in the SBL Philo seminar in San Diego, you can now have all the papers accessible on your laptop or tablet in the seminar. As mentioned earlier, the papers are not to be read in the sessions, just summarized and then discussed.
For those of you not participating, you will nevertheless be able to read and study what the sessions in the 2014 Philo Seminar will discuss.
For further information on Philo of Alexandria, see the resources listed in the right column on my Resource page. Those wanting further information are encouraged to have a look at the most recently published introduction to Philo: Reading Philo.
I have been informed that in connection with the annual meetings of the Society of Biblical Literature, the American Academy of Religion and the Evangelical Theological Society, Nota Bene is offered at a very special price. New users can purchase NB 10 at 25% off through the end of the year. If they purchase by November 25, they also get the Lingua module (support for Hebrew, Greek, Cyrillic and Arabic) for free. This is a great offer for members of these societies.and their friends. Just follow one of the links below to get further information:
With a free Lingua in addition to 25% off, this is probably one of the best prices they have ever offered. This price is available to anyone who orders through any of these pages.
I am customizing the outlook of this web, and apologize for the from time to time somewhat messy outlook of the front page. Hopefully, it will soon look better….
One more paper for the SBL Annual Meeting Philo Seminar has beeen posted. This time we present
- Abraham Terian’s paper on The Armenian Textual Tradition of Philo’s De Decalogo.
Update Nov 17: Two new papers added:
Maren R. Niehoff, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Philo’s Rationalisation of the Jewish Law in Greco-Roman Context.
Daniel R. Streett, Durham University
Philo’s Exegesis of the Biblical Festival Laws: Arithmology, Askesis, and Imitatio Dei
You can access the papers here.
There is an interview on the Eerdmans Blog that may interest some of you: see EerdWord Blog here. 🙂
Phd Research Fellowships, Theology of Mission and Religious Studies
The MHS School of Mission and Theology (Stavanger, Norway) will start up a four years research project on how migrants establish and create meanings in their encounters with Norwegian society (in particular Norwegian Christian traditions and the Norwegian welfare system). Linked to this project, two PhD Research Fellowship positions are now open: one in Theology of Mission and one in Religious Studies, both starting up August 1, 2015.
The MHS invites applications to two PhD Research Fellowship positions, one in Theology of Mission and one in Religious Studies. Both positions are linked to a research project directed by Professor Tomas Sundnes Drønen and Associate Professor Kari Storstein Haug: Cracks and in-betweens: Investigating religious and cultural gaps between the secular and the sacred.
For further info, see here.