Mariam Kamell’s Recent James Research

Looking at my friend Jim Darlack’s blog over at Old in the New, I was reminded of another friend’s recent research on the Letter of James. Mariam Kamell of The Greek Geek is writing her PhD thesis on James at St Andrews in Scotland. Her recent research on James includes…

Mariam J. Kamell. 2006. “The Word/Law in James as the Promised New Covenant.” Paper presented to the Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting, November 19, Washington D.C.

_______. 2006. “The Emergent Need For James.” Paper given at the Evangelical Theological Society Annual Meeting, November 15. Washington D.C.

_______. 2006. “The concept of ‘faith’ in Hebrews and James.” Paper delivered at the St Andrews Conference on Hebrews and Theology, 19 July. University of St Andrews.

_______. 2003. Wisdom in James: An Examination and Comparison of the Roles of Wisdom and the Holy Spirit. M.A. thesis, Denver Seminary.

I was able to attend Mariam’s presentation of her paper at the St Andrews Conference on Hebrews and Theology. It was really well received. I look forward to Mariam’s dissertation and much more in the future.

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2 Responses to “Mariam Kamell’s Recent James Research”

  1. GreekGeek Says:

    Hey! I found you! Thanks for the positive review… always weird, but nice, to read! Sorry I’ve been so incommunicado, though, and I hope things are going well with your work! cheers~

  2. Zephyr Says:

    Hey, what are you doing in the blogosphere? Get back to work! You’ve only got 4 more weeks with Bauckham, so don’t waste it. :^) You’re the envy of all aspiring James scholars.


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