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Dr Eric Eve

Senior Research Fellow and Tutor in Theology, Harris Manchester College (Oxon)


DPhil (Oxon), MTh (Oxon), BA (Oxon)
Senior Research Fellow and Tutor in Theology, Harris Manchester College (Oxon)
Also: Assessor Elect for the proctoral year 2010-11 (University of Oxford). Admissions Coordinator, Theology Faculty, University of Oxford
Formerly: Jack and Judy Brigham Research Fellow and College Lecturer in Theology (Oct 2003 – Sep 2006) Middlebury Junior Research Fellow and College Lecturer in Theology (Oct 1999 – Sep 2003)
Areas: New Testament
Regions: Miracles in the Gospels and Second Temple Judaism. The Synoptic Problem (especially the Farrer Hypothesis)
Publications: '1 Peter' in J.Barton and J.Muddiman (eds) The Oxford Bible Commentary (Oxford: OUP, 2001); The Jewish Context of Jesus' Miracles (JSNTS, 231; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2002); 'Challenging Q' in The Expository Times 113 (2002), pp. 408-409; ‘Life After Death in the New Testament’ (Farmington Papers, Number PR12; Oxford: Farmington Institute, 2002); ‘Miracle in the New Testament’ (Farmington Papers, Number PR14; Oxford: Farmington Institute, 2003). 'Reconstructing Mark: A Thought Experiment' in Mark S. Goodacre and Nicholas Perrin (ed.), Questioning Q (London: SPCK, 2004) pp. 89-114. ‘The Authority of the Bible’ (Farmington Papers, Number BS10; Oxford: Farmington Institute, 2004). 'Meier, Miracle and Multiple Attestation', JSHJ 3.1 (2005), pp. 23-45. ‘All Hope Abandon: Biblical Text and Interactive Fiction’ Digital Humanities Quarterly 1.2 (2007), (http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/001/2/000010.html); 'Spit in Your Eye: The Blind Man of Bethsaida and the Blind Man of Alexandria', NTS 54 (2008), pp. 1-17. The Healer from Nazareth: Jesus' miracles in historical context (London: SPCK, 2009)

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