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Department of Biblical Theology

Dean Fr. Dariusz Kowalczyk, SJ

Director Fr. Scott Brodeur, SJ

Notice Board of the Department of Biblical Theology

The Department of Biblical Theology’s Study Day

will take place on Thursday 28 March 2019 (Aula Magna, beginning at 9:00 am). Its theme: «The Jewish Annotated New Testament. Studiosi ebrei leggono il Nuovo Testamento». In the history of exegesis, the volume The Jewish Annotated New Testament (first edition: 2011; second, expanded edition: 2017), is a milestone: 80 Jewish scholars have made a groundbreaking contribution to the study of the Jewish first-century milieu of the New Testament and its history of Jewish reception throughout the ages. The two principal editors of the work, Prof. Amy-Jill Levine and Prof. Marc Z. Brettler, will be our honored guests and main speakers for our Study Day.

Speakers

Amy-Jill Levine (Vanderbilt University)

Marc Zvi Brettler (Duke University)

Pino Di Luccio, SJ (Pontificia Facoltà Teologica dell’Italia Meridionale)

Biju Sebastian, SJ (Doctoral student, Pontificia Università Gregoriana)

 

All students are invited to attend. Entrance is free.

For more information: Tel. 06-6701.5339, email: teobib@unigre.it

The director receives in the office C207 on

Monday 10:30 to 12:30

Wednesday and Thursday 9:30 to 12:30

or you can ask to make an appointment by sending an e-mail to teobib@unigre.it

“AND SO THE STUDY OF THE SACRED PAGE IS, AS IT WERE, THE SOUL OF SACRED THEOLOGY” (Dei Verbum 24)

As a department of the Faculty of Theology, Biblical Theology is dedicated to the study of Sacred Scripture with particular attention to the one bipartite Bible (Old Testament/Tanach and New Testament). With its faculty composed of tenured professors (see photo) and non-tenured teachers, it offers a program of courses and seminars that deal with biblical themes and texts by means of a vast range of methods and approaches. The department offers two formative courses: the licentiate (second cycle) and the doctorate (third cycle) in Biblical Theology.