Dissertation And Scott Bartchy

"Who Should Be Called Father? Paul of Tarsus betwen the Jesus Tradition and Patria Postestas." Biblical Theology Bulletin 33 (2003) 135-147.

"Undermining Ancient Patriarchy: Paul's Vision of a Society of Siblings." Biblical Theology Bulletin 29 (1999) 68-78.

"Narrative Criticism" [pp. 787-92] and "Slave, Slavery" [pp. 1098-1102] in The Dictionary of the Later New Testament and its Developments (InterVarsity, 1997].

"Paul's Letter to Philemon" in Vol.5:304b-310a and "Slavery in the Greco-Roman World and the New Testament" in Vol 6:65b-73b ofThe Anchor Bible Dictionary, Doubleday, 1992.

"Table Fellowship" in the Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels, InterVarsity Press, 1992, pp. 796a-800a.

"Community of Goods in Acts: Idealization or Social Reality?" in The Future of Early Christianity: Essays in Honor of Helmut Koester, ed. Birger Pearson, Fortress Press, 1992, pp. 309-18.

"Machtverhaeltnisse, Unterordnung und sexuelles Selbstverstandnis im Urchristentum," in Die Bibel als politisches Buch, ed. D.Schirmer Berlin: Kohlhammer, 1982, pp. 109-46, 161-65.

MALLON CHRESAI: First Century Slavery and the Interpretation of 1 Corinthians 7:21.(Society of Biblical Literature Dissertation Series, No. 11), Scholars' Press, University of Montana, 1973. (Reprinted by Scholars' Press, 1985, and by Wipf & Stock 2003).

Dr. S. Scott Bartchy, Professor Emeritus UCLA, History Department, will be coming to CSUN Tuesday, May 2nd to give a talk on the historical connections between the historical Jesus and Paul.

In his provocative CSUN lecture, "How Much Did Paul Know about the Historical Jesus and How and When Did He know It?, Bartchy will present a preview of one of the books titled Call No Man Father!

S. Scott Bartchy, PhD [Harvard], taught New Testament studies in the theological faculty of the University of Tuebingen, Germany, before coming to UCLA and creating the field of Christian Origins and New Testament in UCLA's Department of History. His many publications deal with major social issues that Jesus and his early followers confronted, and he currently has two books under contract. 

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