Wednesday, November 24, 2010

2010 Annual Meeting SBL Paper - The Continuation of Gentile Identity in Christ

I presented a paper at the 2010 Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature, in Atlanta, GA. A number of people had inquired about getting a copy of the paper, so I thought it would be most easy to upload it to my blog, so I did. You can click here to download a PDF of the paper (opens at Adrive the site hosting the paper). The paper orginally focused on wisdom, power, and transformation in 1 Corinthians; however, it morphed into a paper on the continuation of gentile identity in Christ, with a focus on the way this works in 1 Corinthians. It better reflects my current area of interest and research, as well as, fitting quite nicely into the new SBL group we are proposing: Intercultural Interaction and Identity Formation in Pauline Tradition. If you are interested in being part of this new group, please email me (brian.tucker at so that we can include you on the proposal to SBL. The picture above was taken at the celebration for the release of William S. Campbell's Festshcrift, Reading Paul in Context: Explorations in Identity Formation. The Festschrift was edited by Kathy Ehrensperger and me. The picture shows most of the contributors: Robert Jewett, Ekkehard Stegemann, Robert Brawley, Daniel Patte, Brian Tucker, William Campbell, Ian Rock, Kathy Ehrenspeger, Jerry Sumney, Mark Nanos, Magnus Zetterholm, Terence Donaldson, missing: Neil Elliott, Calvin Roetzel, and Kar Lim.


brian k. said...

I've read your review of Campbell's book on Christian Identity and looking forward to your new book from Wipf and Stock arriving sometime in Jerusalem. I was hoping to read your 2010 SBL paper on the ADrive but it is not there anymore. please advise. all the best, from a former michigander, brian k.

J. Brian Tucker said...

Brian, that is weird, if you want to send me an email, I will forward you a copy: brian.tucker at (change the at to @).

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