Worth More than Many Sparrows - Essays in Honour of Willi Braun - Sarah E. Rollens

Worth More than Many Sparrows - Essays in Honour of Willi Braun - Sarah E. Rollens

Introduction

Worth More than Many Sparrows - Essays in Honour of Willi Braun - Sarah E. Rollens

Sarah E. Rollens [+-]
Rhodes College
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Sarah E. Rollens is the R.A. Webb Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Rhodes College. She completed her MA at University of Alberta in 2008 and her PhD at University of Toronto in 2013. Her work focuses on the social context and history of earliest Christianity. Her first book Framing Social Criticism in the Jesus Movement: The Ideological Project of the Sayings Gospel Q was published in 2014. Her articles have appeared in journals such as Harvard Theological Review, Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus, Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses, and Method & Theory in the Study of Religion.
Patrick Hart [+-]
University of Alberta
Patrick Hart is a lecturer in the areas of religious studies and law at the University of Alberta. He completed his PhD in religious studies at the University of Alberta in 2018. His first book, A Prolegomenon to the Study of Paul, was published in 2020, and his articles have been published in journals such as Religion and Theology, Method and Theory in the Study of Religion, and The Queen's Law Journal.

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This introductory chapter gives a brief overview of the academic career of Dr. Willi Braun. It explores his contributions to the study of Christian Origins, as well as to the study of religion more broadly construed. It discusses how influential Braun has been as a mentor for emerging scholars, before closing with brief overviews of the essays in the volume.

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Rollens, Sarah; Hart, Patrick. Introduction. Worth More than Many Sparrows - Essays in Honour of Willi Braun. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. Feb 2023. ISBN 9781800501973. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=43709. Date accessed: 08 Dec 2022 doi: 10.1558/equinox.43709. Feb 2023

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