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Patient Pursuit: Peacemaking and the Patience of God

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Offentlig föreläsning med Thomas Yoder Neufeld, professor em. i Nya testamentet.

Thomas R. Yoder Neufeld is Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies (New Testament), having retired at the end of 2012 from teaching at Conrad Grebel University College at the University of Waterloo in Canada since 1983.
Born in Canada in 1947, Tom spent his childhood and youth in German-speaking Europe, where his parents were in mission work. After returning to North America, Tom graduated with a BA in History at the University of Manitoba in 1970 and a Master of Divinity at Harvard Divinity School in 1973. He then served as a hospital and prison chaplain, and as a pastor in small Mennonite congregations, later graduating with a Doctor of Theology in New Testament at Harvard in 1989.

Tom's teaching and writing have concentrated on the New Testament. Among his writings are a commentary on Ephesians (BCBC; Herald Press, 2002), a text book on Jesus ("Recovering Jesus: the Witness of the New Testament", Brazos/SPCK, 2007), and more recently a book exploring the way violence intersects with the New Testament. The UK title (SPCK, 2011) is "Jesus and the Subversion of Violence: Wrestling with the New Testament" (the North American version, published by Baker Academic, is "Killing Enmity: Violence and the New Testament"), shortlisted for the Michael Ramsey Prize in 2013. An essay in "The Struggle for Shalom" (to be published this summer by Wipf and Stock) explores the relationship of righteousness/justice to peacemaking in the New Testament.

Föreläsare: Thomas Yoder Neufeld, professor em. i Nya testamentet

Datum: 2014-10-23

Tid: 13:15 - 14:30

Kategorier: Humaniora

Plats: Humanisten, Renströmsgatan 6
Stora hörsalen

Kontaktperson: Arne Rasmusson

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