Dr Matthew Novenson (BA MDiv ThM PhD)

Senior Lecturer in New Testament and Christian Origins; New Testament and Christian Origins

Background

Matthew Novenson is Senior Lecturer in New Testament and Christian Origins at the University of Edinburgh. He has also been visiting professor at Dartmouth College and Duke University Divinity School and visiting research fellow at Durham University. His articles have appeared in the Journal of Biblical Literature, Journal for the Study of Judaism, New Testament Studies, Novum Testamentum, Scottish Journal of Theology, and elsewhere. He is the author of Christ among the Messiahs (Oxford University Press, 2012) and The Grammar of Messianism (Oxford University Press, forthcoming).

Qualifications

BA MDiv ThM PhD

Responsibilities & affiliations

Convener of the Biblical Studies Research Seminar

Director of Quality Assurance

External Examiner for Curriculum in New Testament, University of Aberdeen

Executive Committee, British New Testament Society

Co-Chair, New Testament and Second Temple Judaism Seminar, British New Testament Society

Undergraduate teaching

Introductory Biblical Hebrew

Intermediate New Testament Greek

Introduction to Biblical Studies

Reading the New Testament

Paul and His Letters

Studies in the Apostle Paul (Honours)

New Testament Christology (Honours)

The New Testament and Graeco-Roman Culture (Honours)

Postgraduate teaching

Approaches to Research in Biblical Studies

New Testament Exegesis

Ancient Jewish, Christian, and Pagan Texts

The New Testament in Its Graeco-Roman Context

Open to PhD supervision enquiries?

Yes

Project activity

More information about Dr Novenson's research projects is available on his Edinburgh Research Explorer profile

View all 23 publications on Research Explorer