The conference is organised by the Faculty of Theology, K. U. Leuven, with the support of the Flemish Scientific Research Foundation (FWO Vlaanderen) and the University Research Council (Onderzoeksraad) of the K. U. Leuven
Interdisciplinary Academic Seminar
September 14-15, 2009
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The twenty-first century is proving to be a challenging time for Jewish-Christian relations. 2008-2009 is the bi-millennial anniversary of Paul’s birth, a figure not unproblematic for Jewish-Christian dialogue. On different levels initiatives are being taken to promote Paul and his legacy. Our Leuven interdisciplinary research project on the New Perspectives on Paul and the Jews is seeking to address the issue of Paul and his relationship to Judaism in an academic setting. An important feature of our project consists in the fact that the exegetical issues are being discussed in a larger hermeneutical, theological and dialogical framework. The academic seminar will allow for scholars from various disciplines to enter into dialogue with one another and exchange expertise on different aspects of Paul and their relevance for Jewish-Christian Dialogue. The goal of this seminar is to provide the opportunity for high-level academic discussion. The conference is organised around 8 topics...
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New perspectives on Paul and the Jews: A critical investigation into the significance of the Letters of Paul in light of the historical parting of the ways between Judaism and Christianity with particular attention paid to 2 Cor 3:6.7-18 in light of Jewish-Christian dialogue.
The Paul Page. Dedicated to the New Perspective on Paul
What is the New Perspective on Paul?