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St John Henry Newman Research Centre
for Catholic Theology Presents:

St Paul, the New Perspective and Supersessionism
by Rev Dr Richard Ounsworth, OP

Online Academic Forum:
Wednesday 15th February 2023, 6.00pm (London time)
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Academic Forum Flyer: Dr Eddie Howells

Join us online on Wednesday 15th February 2023 at 6.00pm (London time) for the St John Henry Newman Research Centre for Catholic Theology's Online Academic Forum, the latest in a series of occasional, public seminars by Maryvale academics. This time, Rev Dr Richard Ounsworth, OP, will be examining St Paul, the New Perspective and Supersessionism.

Fr Richard Ounsworth OP is a Fellow of Blackfriars, Oxford, where has been teaching scripture and New Testament Greek since 2006. His doctorate on the Letter to the Hebrews was published as Joshua Typology in the New Testament in 2012, and he co-authored When the Son of Man Didn't Come in 2016. He is a frequent retreat-giver in the UK and abroad, and was Provincial Bursar of the English Dominicans from 2012 to 2020. He is the External Examiner for the MA in Catholic Applied Theology programme at Maryvale Institute.

Recent publications:

  • C.M. Hays, B. Gallaher, J.S. Konstantinovsky, R.J. Ounsworth OP, C. A. Strine, When the Son of Man Didn’t Come: A Constructive Proposal on the Delay of the Parousia (Fortress Press, 2016).
  • A. Vanhoye, N.J. Moore (ed.), R.J. Ounsworth (ed.), A Perfect Priest: Studies in the Letter to the Hebrews (Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament 2.reihe, 477) (Mohr Siebeck, 2018).
  • R.J. Ounsworth OP, Joshua Typology in the New Testament (Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen Zum Neuen Testament 2.Reihe) (Mohr Siebeck, 2012).
  • R.J. Ounsworth OP, ‘The Epistle to the Hebrews and Christian Theology’, The Journal of Theological Studies 62(1) (2012), pp.330-332.

Attendance of the Zoom seminar is free and open to all, including non-students, by registering below.


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