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Dr. Phillip Andrew Davis

Research Associate under the Academic Chair of Prof. Dr. G. Röhser 

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Phone: 0228-737674
Office: 2.006 (An der Schlosskirche 2-4) 
Hours: Fridays 2-3 and by appointment


Research Interests

Pastoral Epistles, the ethics of early Christianity, and Innerbiblical intertextuality 

Profile:

Having completing degrees at Texas A&M University (BBA 2006) and Biola University (MA 2009), Drew Davis undertook doctoral studies at the University of Münster, completing a dissertation entitled "Sonship and Submission: The Place of Paideia in Hebrews’ Moral Thought," which was accepted in July 2016.

He has been working as research associate to Prof. Dr. G. Röhser since December 2015 and is currently working on a post-doc dealing with the synoptic problem.

Selected Publications:

  • The Place of Paideia in Hebrews' Moral Thought. WUNT II 475. Tübingen, 2018.
  • Translating 2 Timothy Clause by Clause: An Exegetical Guide. Ebooks for Translating the New Testament. Herbert W. Bateman IV (Hg.). Cyber-Center for Biblical Studies, 2016.
  • Art. Lucius 02.; Mary of Rome, in: Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception, forthcoming
  • Art. Apostasy; Barnabas, Epistle of; James, Epistle of; Hebrews; Pastoral Epistles, in: The Routledge Encyclopedia of Ancient Mediterranean Religions. New York: Routledge, 2016.
  • Book review, Bryan R. Dyer, Suffering in the Face of Death: The Epistle to the Hebrews and Its Context of Situation, ThLZ 143 (2018) 759-61.
  • Book review, Georg Walser, Old Testament Quotations in Hebrews, SNTSU.A 39 (2014) 258-60.


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