Monday, 20 April 2009

SBL International Meeting Online Programme Book Now Available

The 2009 SBL International Meeting Online Programme Book is now available.

My paper is scheduled on 3rd July. It is very interesting to note that almost the entire session on Paul and Rome (4 out of 5 papers) is represented by my alma mater, University of Wales, as highlighted below. And I am very pleased to discover that I am slotted in together with my doktorvater and his dear wife in this session as well. Both Kathy's and my book will be released by T&T Clark in May, and we all agreed that there is much for all of us to celebrate in Rome!


Paul and Pauline Literature
7/03/2009
1:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Room: Room TBD - Hotel TBD

Theme: Paul and Rome

Anthony Cogliolo, University of Wales
Where Did Paul’s Addressees in Rome Reside ?: Trastevere and Beyond (25 min)

William S. Campbell, University of Wales
‘All God’s Beloved in Rome’: Who Did Paul Think they Were? (25 min)

Mark D. Nanos, Rockhurst University
When in Rome, Would the Paul of 'All Things to All People' (1 Corinthians 9:19-23) Do as the Romans Do? (25 min)

Break (30 min)

Kathy Ehrensperger, University of Wales Lampeter
‘…Nothing is in Itself Unclean’: Hospitality and Paul’s Discussion of Koinos and Katharos in Romans 14.1-15.13 (25 min)

Kar-Yong Lim, Seminari Theoloji Malaysia
Reading Romans 13:1-7 with Multiple Lenses: Some Reflections from A Multi-Faith Context with Malaysia as A Test Case (25 min)

6 comments:

不肖生 Sceptics said...

congrat? who pay for Rome trip? organiser?

Perng Shyang said...

Congratulation!

sp lim said...

Hi Kar Yong,

Very interesting and relevant. Are you going to make it available on your blog or elsewhere after July?

Kar Yong said...

不肖生 Sceptics,
Yours truly have to pay for himself! But I guess I have some magic number and friends in high places!

I am doing the paper for my CV also - makes it looks good :-) haha

Kar Yong said...

Thanks, PS

Kar Yong said...

Hi SP,
It certainly will be made available, but I am not sure when. It will be part of my 4th book project where I will deal with reading Paul from a cross-cultural perspective.