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Workshop Program: Ancient Jewish Cosmology – Sacred Time and Order (Jerusalem, June 15-16)

CSTT Workshop in Jerusalem, 15‒16 June 2015, at the École biblique et archéologique française de Jérusalem, co-sponsored by the Finnish Institute in the Middle East (FIME)Continue reading Workshop Program: Ancient Jewish Cosmology – Sacred Time and Order (Jerusalem, June 15-16)

Näin Raamattua on muutettu – huippuyksikön tiiminjohtajan artikkeli Tiede-lehdessä

Uusimmassa Tiede-lehdessä (4/2015) julkaistiin huippuyksikömme kolmostiimin johtajan, Juha Pakkalan kirjoitus ”Raamatun sana on niin kuin luetaan”. Kirjoituksessaan Pakkala käy läpi Vanhan ja Uuden testamentin tekstihistoriassa tapahtuneita muutoksia säilyneen käsikirjoitusevidenssin valossa.  Continue reading Näin Raamattua on muutettu – huippuyksikön tiiminjohtajan artikkeli Tiede-lehdessä

One-day conference on “Power, Authority & Canon” in Edinburgh

We just received news of a highly interesting one-day conference, titled “Power, Authority & Canon“, that will be held at the University of Edinburgh on May 6, 2015. The conference is organized by Prof. Timothy Lim who recently published a book closely related to the topic of this conference (‘The Formation of the Jewish Canon‘).  Continue reading One-day conference on “Power, Authority & Canon” in Edinburgh

How to Talk about the Sacred? The First Annual Meeting of the CSTT in Tallinn, Oct. 3-5 2014

by Hanne von Weissenberg

Forty people, virtually the entire CSTT, met for its very first Annual Meeting in Tallinn, Estonia during the first weekend of October. The topic of the meeting was What is Sacred? Sacred Texts, Traditions, Scrolls, Space, People, Polities. Continue reading How to Talk about the Sacred? The First Annual Meeting of the CSTT in Tallinn, Oct. 3-5 2014