Conference Announcement: Origen’s textual scholarship and its reception in late antiquity

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Twenty five years after Oxford’s Rich Seminar sparked a renaissance of research on Origen’s Hexapla, the Phoenix Seminary Text & Canon Institute will host its first colloquium to explore Origen’s textual scholarship and its reception in late antiquity.

Origen of Alexandria moved to Caesarea around AD 230 and soon after began his work on the Hexapla or six-parallel-columned edition of the Old Testament. This edition inspired the preparation of subsequent scholarly editions of the Greek scriptures at the Caesarean Library that impacted the text and exegesis of the Scriptures in their Greek and Hebrew forms there and in other locales.

For its inaugural colloquium, the Text & Canon Institute is bringing together a group of international scholars to write this chapter of the Bible’s history.

The colloquium will take place November 18–19, 2020.

Etc.  Be sure to sign up if you’re interested, or you may miss out and come up short.  Or even be cut off…

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I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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