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ons 09 dec
14:15-16:00 | Join Zoom: https://aarhusuniversity.zoom.us/j/66134846795
Curating Knowledge in the Lessons from the Tura Papyri
The Christian Orient Research Group at Aarhus University is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Dr Blossom Stefaniw, Heisenberg Fellow, DFG
ons 25 nov
14:15-17:00 | Bygn. 1453–415, Bed og Arbejd
AFLYST (UDSAT på ubestemt tid) -Salomons Testamente - den ældste kristne dæmonologi: tid, sted, miljø?
DPhil Ittai Dan Gradel og dr. theol. Nils Arne Pedersen
ons 23 sep
09:15-11:30 | Aarhus University, 1453 - 415, Bed og Arbejd
Reading the Gospel of John with Origen of Alexandria: Problems, Solutions, and the Breast of Jesus
Postdoc Miriam Jane de Cock In this presentation, I will first outline Origen's hermeneutical principles and his articulation of the ideal reader of the fourth Gospel, as presented in the preface to his Commentary on John. I will then examine his treatment of two specific Johannine passages, the "cleansing" of the temple in John 2, and the Samaritan woman at the well in John 4. These in order to explore how the Alexandrian dealt with the problems presented to him by John's differences from the Synoptic Gospels, and how he negotiated what he considered to be the limitations of scripture, including John, the most spiritual of Gospels.
ons 15 apr
09:15-11:30 |
Reading the Gospel of John with Origen of Alexandria: Problems, Solutions, and the Breast of Jesus
In this presentation, I will first outline Origen's hermeneutical principles and his articulation of the ideal reader of the fourth Gospel, as presented in the preface to his Commentary on John. I will then examine his treatment of two specific Johannine passages, the "cleansing" of the temple in John 2, and the Samaritan woman at the well in John 4. These in order to explore how the Alexandrian dealt with the problems presented to him by John's differences from the Synoptic Gospels, and how he negotiated what he considered to be the limitations of scripture, including John, the most spiritual of Gospels.
fre 06 dec
14:15-17:00 | Aarhus Universitet, Nobelparken, Bygning 1483, Lokale 344
Nils Arne Pedersen Athanasios’ 39. Påskebrev: Præsentation af oversættelsen til dansk
tor 05 sep
15:00-17:00 | Aarhus University, Nobelparken, 1453-415
David G.K. Taylor: The Reception and After-Life of the Teaching of Addai
This paper will seek to move beyond standard academic discussions about whether or not the legend of the conversion of King Abgar of Edessa and the missionary activities of the Apostle Addai, as described in the Doctrina Addai, preserve any historical information. Instead it will examine the ways in which this legend was received and transmitted within the three major Syriac confessional groups, in a variety of literary genres. This examination will shine light on significant confessional differences, and will also call into question the dominant role that this text has had in framing the self-understanding and dominant discourses of the academic discipline of Syriac studies. David Taylor er Associate Professor of Aramaic and Syriac ved Oriental Institute, Oxford University og Fellow of Wolfson College
ons 08 maj
14:15-17:00 | Nobelparken, 1451-331
Alessandro Gori, Lektor, Institut for Tværkulturelle og Regionale Studier, Københavns Universitet
Islam and Christianity in Ethiopia: the heritage of the past, the challenge of the future.
man 29 apr
14:15-17:00 | Nobelparken, 1453-415
Jan Dochhorn, Lektor, Theology and Religion Department, Durham University
Nye perspektiver på Paulus’ lære om Adam, synd og død
ons 14 nov
14:15-17:00 | 1451-331
Bringing Heresy Down from Paradise to Mosul:
Authorial Attribution and Historical Background of Moses bar Kepha’s Heresiology (Ninth-Century Iraq) Flavia Ruani IRHT, CNRS, Paris
ons 26 sep
14:15-17:00 | 1451-331
Qur’anic Companions and Apocryphal Apostles in the City: Perspectives from Sixth-Century Syriac Literature on Sura 36
Cornelia Horn Professor, Seminar für Christlichen Orient und Byzanz, Orientalisches Institut der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg

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