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Relevant Videos / Publications / Papers

 

Videos

„Exegesis, Theology, and Philosophy: Reconsidering an Old Issue of Johannine Studies, from an Eastern-Orthodox Perspective”, Keynote Lecture, IOTA Conference, Iasi 10/1/2019

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Radio Broadcasts

RadioMaria.CH: Das Johannesevangelium in der Orthodoxen Kirche

P. Dr. Stefanos Athanasiou diskutiert mit Apl. Prof. Dr. Athanasios Despotis (Universität Bonn / Neues Testament) über die Bedeutung des Evangeliums nach Johannes in der Orthodoxen Kirche. Nach einer allgemeinen Einführung über das Neue Testament in der Orthodoxen Kirche wird das Johannesevangelium aus orthodoxer Perspektive erläutert und dargestellt. 

Relevant Papers / Lectures (with links to respective handouts)

 “Mark and the Philosophical Discourses on Mediating Powers”, Gospel of Mark Unit, SBL/AAR Annual .Meeting, San Antonio 20–23/11/2021

 “From Chrysostom Back to Philo and John: Reconsidering Chrysostom’s Philosophical Exegesis of the Fourth Gospel”, Biblical Exegesis from Eastern Orthodox Perspectives Unit, SBL/AAR Annual .Meeting, San Antonio 20–23/11/2021

 “Kataphatic Descent and Apophatic Ascent in John and His Hellenistic Background. The Incarnation of the Logos and Human Homoiōsis Theō”, Confrence of the SNF Projekt “Image of God and Abyss of Desires,” Universität Bern, 30/9–2/10 2020.

Erasmus Lectures: „The Human Being and Its Assimilation to God, in Philo, Plutarch, and John”, University of Athens, 17–25/2/2020  

„The Philosophical-Religious Hybridity in John 6”, Johannine Literature Unit, SBL/AAR Annual Meeting, San Diego 23–26/11/2019

„Aspects of Cultural Hybridity in Philo’s Apophatic Anthropology and a Short Excursus on John",  Vortrag am 4th General Meeting of the Society for New Testament Studies (SNTS Meeting) Seminar on Philo and Early Christianity, Marburg 30/7–3/8/2019

„John and Philosophy", Paper at the Workshop "Modes of Doing Philosophy", Universität Bern 15–16/7/2019

„Anthropology and Conversion in John”, Public Lecture, Stockholm School of Theology, 9/5/2019

 „Exegesis, Theology, and Philosophy: Reconsidering an Old Issue of Johannine Studies, from an Eastern-Orthodox Perspective”, Keynote Lecture, IOTA Conference, Iasi 10/1/2019

 

Publications

 

ECI

Greek and Byzantine Philosophical Exegesis edited by A. Despotis/J.B. Wallace, [ECI 5], Paderborn: Brill-Schöningh 2022.

 “Introduction: The Early Christian Philosophy as a Way of Life and an Art of Exegesis,” in A. Despotis, J.B. Wallace (eds.), Greek and Byzantine Philosophical Exegesis, [ΕCI 5], Paderborn: Brill Schöningh, 2022, 1–21.

“Jesus als neuer Sokrates in Joh 1–12”, in A. Despotis, J.B. Wallace (eds.), Greek and Byzantine Philosophical Exegesis, [ΕCI 5], Paderborn: Brill Schöningh, 2022, 22–61.

“Nicodemus”, in P. van Geest; D. Hunter; B.J. Lietaert Peerbolte (eds.), Brill Encyclopedia of Early Christianity Online (forthcoming)

“Τhe Relation between Anthropology and Love Ethics in John against the Backdrop of Plutarchan and Philonic Ideas”, in R. Hirsch-Luipold et al. (eds.), Plutarch and the New Testament Revisited, Leiden: Brill (forthcoming)

“Theology, Philosophy, and Confessionalization: Eastern Orthodox Biblical Interpretation after the Fall of Constantinople”, in E. Pentiuc et al. (eds.), Oxford Handbook of the Bible in Orthodox Christianity, Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming)

“'Mediator' in Greco-Roman-Antiquity and the New Testament”, in Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception, Bd. 18, Berlin, De Gruyter 2020, 299-302.

“The Religious-Philosophical Hybridity in John 6 and its Reception in the Commentaries of Origen and John Chrysostom”, in J. Kok et al. (eds.) Drawing and Transcending Boundaries in the New Testament and Early Christianity, BVB 38, Berlin: LIT 2019, 47–67.

 “Drawing and Transcending Boundaries in the Dialogue between Jesus and Nicodemus: Fresh Perspectives from John’s Hellenistic Background and Chrysostomic Reception”, Journal of Early Christian History 8 (2018) 68–87.

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