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Professor Jenn Strawbridge

Research Interests:

Pauline Epistles; Patristic reception of the New Testament; History of Interpretation; Papyrological and epigraphic sources and the New Testament; Sight and sightlessness in the New Testament and ancient world; 1 Peter

  • 2022/in press. “The Trinity in the Making” in Bruce Longenecker and David Wilhite (eds.) Cambridge History of Ancient Christianity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
  • 2022/in press. “Reconsidering Pauline Influence in Tatian” in David Wilhite (ed.) Paul and the Apologists (London: Bloomsbury).
  • 2021. “‘Resolve me of all ambiguities’: A Review of Thomas McGlothlin’s Resurrection as Salvation”, Syndicate (with Matthew Crawford, Ben White, Han-luen Kantzer Komline, Joseph Longarino, and Sarah Coakley), Dec 2021:
  • 2021. “And Finally…”, Expository Times, 132.12: 567-68.
  • 2021. “New Testament (Literature)” in Encyclopaedia of the Bible and its Reception (Berlin: de Gruyter).
  • 2020. 1 Peter: A Global Commentary, Jennifer Strawbridge (ed.) (London: SCM).
  • 2020. “Taking up Armour: The Challenges of Early Christian Exegesis of Ephesians.” Studia Patristica 100: 19-38.
  • 2020. “Farrer on St Paul” in Richard Harries and Stephen Platten (eds.) Austin Farrer for Today: A Prophetic Agenda (London: SCM).
  • 2019. “Love in Excess: God the Holy Trinity” and “Love Outspoken: Scripture and the Church” in Jennifer Strawbridge, Peter Groves, Jarred Mercer (eds.) Love Makes No Sense (London: SCM).
  • 2019. Love Makes No Sense: An Introduction to Christian Theology, Jennifer Strawbridge, Peter Groves, Jarred Mercer (eds.) (London: SCM).
  • 2018. Paul and Patristics Digital Database,
  • 2018. “The Image and Unity of God: The role of Colossians 1 in theological controversy” in Christopher A. Beeley and Mark Weedman (eds.) The Bible and Early Trinitarian Theology (Washington D.C.: Catholic University of America Press).
  • 2018. “Knowing and Loving the Triune God in the Pauline Epistles” in George Westhaver (ed.) Knowing and Loving the Triune God (London: Canterbury Press).
  • 2017. “How the Body of Lazarus Helps to Solve a Pauline Problem” in New Testament Studies, Vol 63 (4), 588-603.
  • 2017. “Early Christian Epigraphy, Evil, and the Apotropaic Function of Romans 8.31” in Vigiliae Christianae, Vol 71, 315-329.
  • 2017. “A Tangled Vine” in Alison Milbank and Arabella Milbank (eds.) Radical Orthodoxy (London: SCM).
  • 2016. ‘A School of Paul? Pauline Texts in Early Christian Schooltext Papyri.’ in Matthew Hauge and Andrew Pitts (eds.) Ancient Education and Early Christianity (LNTS; New York: T&T Clark).
  • 2015. The Pauline Effect: The use of the Pauline Epistles by early Christian Writers (Berlin: De Gruyter).
  • 2015. ‘The Songs we used to Sing: Hymn “Traditions” and Reception in Pauline Letters’ with Benjamin Edsall in Journal for the Study of the New Testament, Vol 37 (3), 290-311.
  • 2015. ‘Mark 6.30-44’ and ‘Mark 6.45-56’ in Marek Zabriskie (ed.) A Journey with Mark (Cincinnati: Forward Movement Press).