S. Scott Bartchy

Professor

Director of the Center for the Study of Religion at UCLA
Fields of interest: History of Religions; Christian Origins; Early Church History.

Education: M.Div. Harvard Divinity School, 1963; Ph.D., Harvard University, 1971. Adjunct

Publications:
"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 of The 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)

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