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Graduate Student Publications and Presentations, 2007-2008

Wesley Scott Biddy. "Disability Theology and the Church," with Paul Jason Brothers, presented at the 2008 meeting of the Society for Pentecostal Studies.

Anthony Briggman."Dating Irenaeus' Acquisition of Theophilus' Correspondence To Autolycus: A Pneumatological Perspective."  Paper presented at the Fifteenth International Conference on Patristic Studies, University of Oxford, England, August 7, 2007.

Anthony Briggman."Comparing Justin and Irenaeus: Pneumatological Reflections on 1 Corinthians 12."  Paper presented at the North American Patristics Society Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, May 23, 2008.

Dragos A. Giulea. “Adam, a New Watcher? Romans 5, 4 Ezra 3, and the Invention of the Fall of Adam”(Presented at the Graduate Student Enoch Conference, Princeton University, June 16-18, 2008)

Dragos A. Giulea. “Origen between the Jewish and Greek Representations of the Godhead: Princ. 2.4.3 and the Reshaping of the Kabod Tradition into an Anti-Anthropomorphic Epistemology” (Presented at the North American Patristics Society, Chicago, May 2008)

Dragos A. Giulea. “Gregory Nazianzen and Gregory of Nyssa on the Paschal Divine Image of Christ: A Schema of the Cappadocian Paschal Christology” (Presented at the Annual Graduate Student Conference at Pappas Patristic Institute, Boston, MA, April 2008).

Geoffrey Holsclaw.  "Subjects between Death and Resurrection: Zizek, Badiou, and St. Paul." Paper presented at Saint Paul's Journeys Into Philosophy, University of British Columbia, June 5, 2008.
 
Geoffrey Holsclaw. "At a Distance to the State: Radical Democracy and Religion." Paper presented at the Fourth Biennial Symposium on Religion and Politics, Calvin College, April 26th, 2008, and at the Midwest AAR Regional meeting, April 5th, 2008.

Geoffrey Holsclaw. Review of Philip Goodchild, Theology of Money (Canterbury: SCM Press, 2007). Evangelical Review of Society and Politics 2.2 (October, 2008): 70-72.

L. William Oliverio, Jr. “Contours of Philosophically-Oriented Contextual-Pentecostal Theological Hermeneutics,” Presented at the Joint Meeting of the Society for Pentecostal Studies and the Wesleyan Theological Society, Duke University, Durham, NC, March 2008.

Kristine J. Ruffatto. “Raguel as Interpreter of Moses’ Throne Vision: The Transcendent Identity of Raguel in the Exagoge of Ezekiel the Tragedian,” Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha 17.2 (2008): 122-40.

Kristine J. Ruffatto. “The Exaltation of Moses in 4Q374 and 4Q377: A Divinized Moses at Qumran?” Paper presented at Graduate Enoch Seminar, Princeton, NJ, June 17, 2008.

 


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