Son of God: Divine Sonship in Jewish and Christian Antiquity.
Invited addresses will be given by Menahem Kister (Hebrew University), Reinhard Kratz (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen), Jan Joosten (University of Oxford), Richard Bauckham (University of Cambridge), George Brooke (University of Manchester), N.T. Wright (University of St Andrews), Philip Alexander (University of Manchester), Madhavi Nevader (University of St Andrews), Michael Peppard (Fordham University), David Moffitt (University of St Andrews), William Tooman (University of St Andrews), and Matthew Novenson (University of Edinburgh)
Cost: Early bird (1 December 2015-29 February 2016) £50; Standard (1 March-1 May 2016) £75.
Please send short abstracts (250 words) engaging Hebrew Bible, Septuagint, Targumim, Dead Sea Scrolls, Pseudepigrapha, New Testament, Rabbinic Literature, or Early Christian Literature to Paul Sloan (email@example.com) by 15 February 2016 addressing the following questions
- Ancient Israelite Religion
- Angelology and heavenly mediums
- Kingship and royal ideologies
- Political ideologies in the Second Temple Period
- Corporate sonship and the people of God
- Christian origins/Christology
- Son of God and ancient scriptural exegesis/interpretation
- Early mystical traditions
- Textual variation and divine sonship
- Other related topics
Registration will be available from 1 December 2015. Please address all questions either to Garrick Allen (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Paul Sloan (email@example.com). Follow this blog for further updates.