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Prof Craig Evans

Payzant Distinguished Professor of New Testament, Acadia Divinity College, 2002?


DHabil(Gáspár , Budapest), PhD , MA (Claremont), MDiv (Western Baptist Seminary), BA (Claremont)
Payzant Distinguished Professor of New Testament, Acadia Divinity College, 2002–
Also: Sessional Lecturer, Fuller Theological Seminary (1989–); Member of the editorial boards of Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplements / Library of New Testament Studies (1992–); Dead Sea Discoveries (1997–); Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus (2002–); Davar Logos (2004–); Journal of Asia Adventist Seminary (2006–); Bulletin for Biblical Research (2008–); Sapientia (2008–)
Formerly: Professor, Trinity Western University, 1981–2002 (Assistant Professor, 1981–85; Associate Professor, 1985–90; Professor, 1990–2002; Chair of Religious Studies Department, 1981–94; Director of Graduate Program in Biblical Studies, 1994–2000) Senior Research Fellow, University of Surrey Roehampton/London (1998–2001); University of British Columbia (1988–89); Regent College (1985–87, 1999) Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, McMaster University (1980–81)
Areas: Historical Jesus Synoptic Gospels Dead Sea Scrolls Scriptural Intertextuality; use of OT in the NT New Testament Background, esp. early Judaica Gospel of John
Publications: INCLUDE: Editor, with W. F. Stinespring, Early Jewish and Christian Exegesis: Studies in Memory of William Hugh Brownlee (Homage 10; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1987). Life of Jesus Research: An Annotated Bibliography (NTTS 13; Leiden: Brill, 1989). To See and Not Perceive: Isaiah 6.9–10 in Early Jewish and Christian Interpretation (JSOTSup 64; Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1989). Luke (NIBC 3; Peabody: Hendrickson, 1990; hardcover reprint, 1999). Noncanonical Writings and New Testament Interpretation (Peabody: Hendrickson, 1992). Luke and Scripture: Essays on the Function of Authoritative Tradition in Luke-Acts, with James A. Sanders (Minneapolis: Fortress, 1993; repr. Eugene: Wipf and Stock, 2001). Editor, with James A. Sanders, Paul and the Scriptures of Israel (JSNTSup 83; SSEJC 1; Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1993). Editor, with Donald A. Hagner, Anti-Semitism and Early Christianity: Issues of Polemic and Faith (Minneapolis: Fortress, 1993). Editor, with Robert L. Webb and Richard A. Wiebe, Nag Hammadi Texts and the Bible: A Synopsis and Index (NTTS 18; Leiden: Brill, 1993). Word and Glory: On the Exegetical and Theological Background of John’s Prologue (JSNTSup 89; Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1993). Editor, with James H. Charlesworth, The Pseudepigrapha and Early Biblical Interpretation (JSPSup 14; SSEJC 2; Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1993)

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