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MIPodcast #25—All about the Jewish Annotated New Testament, with Amy-Jill Levine and Marc Brettler

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From Blair Hodges

What do Jewish scholars today have to say about the New Testament? The Jewish Annotated New Testament is a landmark piece of scholarship, representing the first time Jewish scholars have annotated and written essays on the complete New Testament. The volume is full of explanatory and contextual footnotes, references to other Jewish works, and a number [...]

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“Each surviving artifact is a witness” (Nibley Fellow Reflections)

17 Apr Read
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From Guest

I’ve invited some of the Institute’s Nibley Fellow Award recipients to reflect on their experiences studying religion in the academy. In this post, Luke Drake discusses his work preserving ancient Syriac manuscripts. See other “Nibley Fellow Reflections” here. —Kristian Heal It’s a tremendous honor to have been given a fellowship award that bears the name of Hugh Nibley, the [...]

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Publications

Publications

Laura F. Willes Center for Book of Mormon Studies

Laura F. Willes Center for Book of Mormon Studies

Middle Eastern Texts Initiative

Middle Eastern Texts Initiative

Center for the Preservation of Ancient Religious Texts

Center for the Preservation of Ancient Religious Texts

William (Bill) Gay Research Chair

William (Bill) Gay Research Chair

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