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Dr Andrew Clarke

Senior Lecturer in Department of Divinity and Religious Studies, University of Aberdeen


BA, MA(Cantab), PhD (Cantab)
Senior Lecturer in Department of Divinity and Religious Studies, University of Aberdeen
Also: Head of New Testament (2007-10) Appraiser of staff (2004-) Academic adviser (BD, BTh) (2004-) (and Senior adviser) (2007-)
Formerly: Lecturer in Department of Divinity and Religious Studies, University of Aberdeen Honorary Research Fellow in the Institute for Early Christianity in the Graeco-Roman World, University of Cambridge 1999-2007
Areas: Exploration and analysis of leadership within the Pauline Christian communities, especially in the light of their Graeco-Roman social and cultural contexts; New Testament; Christology; Biblical exegesis; Ecclesiology
Publications: A Pauline Theology of Church Leadership. London: T&T Clark, 2008; Secular and Christian Leadership in Corinth: A Socio-Historical and Exegetical Study of 1 Corinthians 1-6, 2nd ed. Milton Keynes: Paternoster, 2006; Peter J. Williams, Andrew D. Clarke, Peter M. Head, David Instone-Brewer (eds.), The New Testament in its First Century Setting: Essays on Context and Background in honour of B.W. Winter on his 65th Birthday. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2004; ‘Equality or Mutuality? – Paul’s Use of “Brother” Language’, in Peter J. Williams, Andrew D. Clarke, Peter M. Head, David Instone-Brewer (eds.), The New Testament in its First Century Setting: Essays on Context and Background in honour of B.W. Winter on his 65th Birthday (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2004) pp. 151-64; ‘“Do not Judge who is Worthy and Unworthy”: Clement’s Warning not to Speculate about the Rich Young Man’s Response (Mark 10.17-31)’, Journal for the Study of the New Testament 31 (2009) pp. 447-68; ‘A Strange Silence …?: Leadership in the New Testament’, in A. Rollinson (ed.), Transforming Leadership: Essays Exploring Leadership in a Baptist Context (Glasgow: Baptist Union of Scotland, 2008) pp. 8-14
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