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Studientag 2014
Herzliche Einladung zum Theologischen Studientag der Fachschaft Theologie "Nimm das Kind und flieh nach Ägypten - Flucht als Herausforderung des Glaubens", am 19.11.2014, 10-17 Uhr, Schmitthennerhaus, Heidelberg
19. Heidelberger Ökumenisches Forum
Am Donnerstag, 27.11.2014, 19:30-22:00 Uhr findet im Seminarraum des Ökumenischen Instituts, Plankengasse 1-3, 69117 Heidelberg, das 19. Heidelberger Ökumenische Forum statt.
Vortrag John Witte Jr. (Emory University, USA)
Vortrag von John Witte Jr. (Emory University, USA) zum Thema "Sharia in the West?" am 03.12.2014 um 18.15 Uhr im Atrium des Heidelberg Center of American Studies (HCA), Haupstr. 120, 69117 Heidelberg.
Vortrag Prof. Küchler
Herzliche Einladung zum Vortrag von Prof. Max Küchler, Universität Fribourg, am 05.12.2014 um 17.15 Uhr im Dekanatssaal.

Prof. Dr. Peter Lampe

Lampe

 

Dienststellung

Ordinarius für Neutestamentliche Theologie

 

 

Kontakt

Kisselgasse 1
69117 Heidelberg
Tel.: 06221 - 543319
Fax: 06221 - 543509
peter.lampe@wts.uni-heidelberg.de

 

Curriculum Vitae

 1954 born in Detmold, Germany

 1971 Abitur               

 1971-78 Studies in Bielefeld, Göttingen and Rome: Theology, Philosophy, Archaeology

 1972 -81 Scholarships from the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, Bonn

♦ 1981-87 research and teaching of New Testament Studies as "Wissenschaftlicher Assistent" at the University of Berne, Switzerland (department of Prof. U. Luz); Ph.D. in Theology (Dr. theol.) and Dr. habil. (Habilitation) from Berne

 1987-92 Prof. of New Testament Studies at Union Theological Seminary in Richmond-Virginia (USA)

           • 1989-92 Full Professor with tenure and Chair of the Biblical Studies Department

 1992-99 Christian-Albrechts-Universität in Kiel, Germany: University Professor of "Geschichte und Archäologie des frühen Christentums und seiner Umwelt" ("History and Archeology of Early Christianity and its Environment"

           • 1996-98 Dean of the School of Theology

           • 1997-99 Founder and chairman of  the S.T.O.A. ("Societas Theologicum Ordinem Adiuvantium”, Kiel)

 Since 1999 University Professor of New Testament Theology at the University of Heidelberg, Germany

           • 2001— Director of the Heidelberg Archaeological Surface Survey in Phrygia

           • 2003 German ecumenical preaching award (ökumenischer Predigtpreis, Bonn)

           • 2008 Honorary Professor at the University of the Free State (UFS), South Africa

           • 2011 member of the Academic Advisory Board of the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies

 

Some of the Books

 Die Stadtrömischen Christen in den ersten beiden Jahrhunderten: Untersuchungen zur Sozialgeschichte (Tübingen: Mohr-Siebeck 1987, 2nd ed. 1989), ET:

 From Paul to Valentinus: Christians at Rome in the First Two Centuries (Minneapolis: Fortress/ London: Continuum, 2003, 6th ed. 2010); Japanese translation forthcoming

 Die Wirklichkeit als Bild: Das Neue Testament als ein Grunddokument 
abendländischer Kultur im Lichte konstruktivistischer Epistemologie und Wissenssoziologie (Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener, 2006); substantially revised and augmented ET:





♦ New Testament Theology in a Secular World: A Constructivist Work in Philosophical Epistemology and Christian Apologetics (London/New York: T&T Clark International, 2012); Korean and Chinese translations forthcoming

 Pepouza and Tymion: The Discovery and Archaeological Exploration of a  Lost Ancient City and an Imperial Estate (together with W. Tabbernee;  Berlin/New York: deGruyter 2008)

 Küsste Jesus Magdalenen mitten auf den Mund? Provokationen, Einsprüche, Klarstellungen (Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener 2007)

 Felsen im Fluss: Schriftworte in provokativer Auslegung zu Themen der Zeit (Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener, 2004)

 Wortglassplitter (Oberhausen: Athena, 2005)

 Pocahontas: Die Indianer-Prinzessin am Englischen Hof (biography as well as history of the first British colony; München: Diederichs 1995)

 Eschatologie und Friedenshandeln: Exegetische Beiträge zur Frage christlicher Friedensverantwortung (together with U.Luz/J.Keler/P.Hoffmann; Stuttgart: Kath. Bibelwerk 1981, 2nd. ed. 1982)

 Die Briefe an die Philipper, Thessalonicher und an Philemon (together with N.Walter/E.Reinmuth; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 1998)

 Die Anfänge des Christentums: Alte Welt und neue Hoffnung (together with J.Becker et al.; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer 1987); ET: Christian Beginnings: Word and Community from Jesus to Post-Apostolic Times (Westminster/John Knox: Louisville 1993)

 Neutestamentliche Exegese im Dialog: Hermeneutik – Wirkungsgeschichte – Matthäusevangelium (editor., together with M.Mayordomo/M.Sato; Neukirchener: Neukirchen-Vluyn 2008)

See the complete bibliography  

 

 

The Chair’s Team

 

Guest Professor and Research Fellow

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Robert Jewett  (Drittm.)

Tel. 06221 - 543320

Kisselgasse 1, 69117 Heidelberg 

robert.jewett@urz.uni-heidelberg.de

 

Junior faculty (wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin)

Dr. Heidrun Mader

Kisselgasse 1, 69117 Heidelberg

 

Post-graduate student assistants (Hiwis)

Mirjam Daume

Kathleen Ess

Saskia Lerdon

Minuah Jing

In Jung

Hiroko Yamayoshi 

 

 

Current doctoral and post-doc students (derzeitige Doktoranden und Habilitanden)

 

Dr. Heidrun Mader

Subject of the habilitation project: Paul and Mark: A comparison of their theologies

 

Dr. Henning Hupe

Subject of the habilitation project: Righteousness and justice in the Jesus tradition put into dialogue with the corresponding current philosophical discussion

 

Frank Conrads

Subject: Mark 15-16 from a constructivist perspective

 

Mirjam Daume, HGGS scholar

Subject: Luke’s Jerusalem image in the context of the relationship between Jews/Israel and Christians in Luke-Acts

project description

 

Kathleen Ess, USA, HGGS scholar

Subject: Eusebeia in pagan, Hellenistic Jewish and early Christian traditions

project description

 

Minhua Jing, China, HGGS scholar

Subject: Narratio dirempta? A narratological analysis of the ending of Acts in comparison with contemporary literature of antiquity

project description

 

In Jung, Korea, Gerhard von Rad Foundation scholar

Subject: Passio Christi, tribulatio discipuli: a cognitive-narratological analysis of the Lukan passion story    

                                                                              

Saskia Lerdon

Subject: The lamb motif in Biblical texts and its reception in art history

 

Hiroko Yamayoshi, Japan

Subject: The fall of Jerusalem reflected in early Christian texts.  

Congratulations to Hiroko for receiving the University of Heidelberg

DAAD AWARD 2014

 

DAAD Scholar 2014-2015:

Tom McGlothlin, Duke University, USA

Subject of dissertation: The relationship between moral transformation and resurrection in Early Christianity

 

 

 

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