From Publishers Weekly ~
In typically brilliant fashion, Ehrman tells the lively tale of the modern discovery of the Gospel of Judas and its significance for us today. In order to differentiate the Judas of the newly discovered text from the character in the canonical gospels, he examines the portrayal of Judas in Mark, Matthew, Luke and John, as well as in other early Christian gospels such as the Gospel of Nicodemus. He chronicles the events surrounding the discovery of the text and its transmission since its discovery (which involves rumors of black market trading in looted documents). Ehrman also provides a helpful overview of the content of this once lost gospel, which depicts Jesus teaching Judas about a divine realm that no one has ever seen and to which Jesus must return. Ehrman concludes that the discovery of the Gospel of Judas is significant not only because it adds to our knowledge of the diversity of early Christianity but also because it portrays a Judas who is not a traitor to the cause but one who is instrumental in fulfilling Jesus' divine mission. Ehrman's fast-paced study introduces us engagingly to the Gospel of Judas.

Bart D. Ehrman ~ Curriculum Vitae
PERSONAL INFORMATION

Office Address:

Department of Religious Studies
CB # 3225, Saunders 117
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC 27599

Phone Number: (919) 962-3940 (O)
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DEGREES AND HONORS

Ph.D.

Princeton Theological Seminary (magna cum laude), 1985

M.Div.

M.Div. Princeton Theological Seminary, 1981

B.A. B.A. Wheaton College, Illinois (magna cum laude), 1978

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of Religious Studies.

• James A. Gray Distinguished Professor, 2003 -
• Department Chair, 2000 - 2006
• Professor, 1999 - 2003
• Bowman and Gordon Gray Professor, 1998-2001
• Director of Graduate Studies, 1996-99
• Associate Professor, 1994-99
• Assistant Professor, 1988-94

Adjunct Appointments

Duke University, Department of Religion
    • Adjunct Professor, 2000 -
    • Visiting Assistant Professor, 1991
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department. of Classics, 2005 -

Rutgers University, Department of Religion
    • Lecturer at the Rank of Assistant Professor, 1985-88
    • Lecturer at the Rank of Instructor, 1984-85

Princeton Theological Seminary
    • Instructor in New Testament Greek and Exegesis, 1985

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT

New Testament Introduction; Jesus in Myth, Tradition, and History; The Birth of Christianity; Apocalypse Now and Then; Heresy and Orthodoxy in Early Christianity; Jesus in Scholarship and Film; The Life and Letters of Paul; Jesus and the Synoptic Gospels; The Gospel and Letters of John; The Problem of Suffering in the Biblical Traditions; Introduction to Hebrew Bible.

GRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT

Problems and Methods in New Testament Studies; Early Christian Apocrypha; The Apostolic Fathers; Literary Forgery in the Early Christian Tradition; The Greek Apologists; Heresy and Orthodoxy in Early Christianity; Christianity in the Early Roman Empire; Readings in the Greco-Roman Religions; New Testament Textual Criticism; New Testament Greek and Exegesis.

EDITORIAL ACTIVITIES

(Co-)Editor-in-Chief, Vigiliae Christianae: A Review of Early Christian Life and Language
       (published by E. J. Brill; 2007- )
Co-Editor, New Testament Tools, Studies, and Documents, monograph series published by E. J. Brill (1993- ; until 2006 called New Testament Tools and Studies)
Area Editor (Christianity), Encyclopedia of Ancient History (Wiley-Blackwell; 2007- )
Associate Editor, Journal of Early Christian Studies (2006- ; Editorial Board, 2004-06)
Editorial Board, New Testament Studies (2004-08)
Editorial Board, Early Christianity in Context (monograph series published by T & T Clark; 2004-09)
Editorial Board, Pericope: Scripture as Written and Read in Antiquity, monograph series published
       by Van Gorcum & Co. (2001-09)
Editor, The New Testament in the Greek Fathers, monograph series published by Scholars Press
       (Editorial board, 1988 ; Editor-in-Chief, 1991-97)
Editorial Board, Studies and Documents, monograph series published by Eerdmans (1995-2007)
Book Review Editor, Journal of Biblical Literature (Book Review Editor; 1997-99;
       Associate editor 1994-97)
Network Editor, Religious Studies Review, in the areas of New Testament and Hellenistic
       Languages, the Text and Canon of the New Testament (1988-94)
Editorial Board, Critical Review of Books in Religion (1994-98)
Editorial Board, Textual Criticism: An Electronic Journal (1995- )
Advisory Board, Electronic New Testament Manuscript Project (1995-99)

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Graduate Council for the Study of Religion, Nominating Committee (2002-05)
President, Society of Biblical Literature, Southeast Region (1996-97)
Vice-President and Program Chair, Society of Biblical Literature, Southeast Region (1995-96)
Executive Committee, Southeast Council for the Study of Religion (1995-98)
Chair, New Testament Textual Criticism Section of the Society of Biblical Literature (1990-96);
       Steering Committee (1996- )
International Steering Committee, North American Committee of the International Greek New
       Testament Project, a project undertaken jointly by American and British textual scholars,
       responsible for constructing a critical apparatus for the Greek New Testament (1988-2008);
       International Steering Committee (2000-08)
Carolina Speakers Bureau (Group of faculty members who represent the university as speakers
       at public functions; 1996-2000)
Society of Biblical Literature Council (the major policy-making body of the Society) (1994-98)
Principal Researcher and Consultant, Endowment for Biblical Research Lexicon
       Project (1992-2000)
Research Assistant, RSV Bible Translation Committee, Princeton, NJ (1987-88)
Research Assistant, Princeton Epigraphy Project. The Institute for Advanced Study,
       Princeton, NJ (1986-87)

PUBLICATIONS - Books

How Jesus Became God: The Exaltation of a Jewish Preacher from Galilee
       San Francisco: HarperOne, 2014. Pp x+404.
              • New York Times Bestseller List (Hardback Non-fiction).
The Lost Gospels: Accounts of Jesus from Outside the New Testament
       Written, edited, and translated with Zlatko Plese.
              • New York: Oxford University Press, 2014; pp. xviii + 324.
The Bible: A Historical and Literary Introduction
       New York: Oxford University Press, 2013; pp. xviii + 462.
Forgery and Counterforgery: The Use of Literary Deceit in Early Christian Polemics.
       New York: Oxford University Press, 2012. Pp. x+628
Did Jesus Exist?: The Historical Argument for Jesus of Nazareth
       San Francisco: HarperOne, 2012; pp. vi + 361.
The Apocryphal Gospels: Texts and Translations
       Written, edited, and translated with Zlatko Plese.
              •  New York: Oxford University Press, 2011; pp. xii + 611.
Forged: Writing in the Name of God. Why the Bible’s Authors Are Not Who We Think They Are.
       San Francisco: HarperOne, 2011; pp. x + 311.
              • New York Times Bestseller List (Hardback Non-fiction)
              • Publishers Weekly Top 10 Book in Religion, 2011
Jesus, Interrupted: Revealing the Hidden Contradictions in the Bible
(And Why We Don't Know About Them)

       San Francisco: HarperOne, 2009; pp. xii + 292/
              • New York Times Bestseller List. Hardback Non-fiction. Paperpack Non-fiction
God’s Problem: How the Bible Fails to Answer our Most Important Question -- Why We Suffer
       San Francisco: HarperOne, 2008. Pp. x+294.
              • New York Times Bestseller List (Hardback Non-fiction)
              • Translations: Polish, Korean, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese (two: Brazil and Portugal).
The Lost Gospel of Judas Iscariot: Betrayer and Betrayed Reconsidered. New York: Oxford
       University Press, 2006. Pp. x+198.
              • Translations: Romanian, Hungarian, Slovak, Czech, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Russian
Studies in the Textual Criticism of the New Testament. New Testament Tools and Studies.
       Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2006. Pp. x+406.
Peter, Paul, and Mary Magdalene: The Followers of Jesus in History and Legend. New York:
       Oxford University Press, 2006. Pp. xiii+285.
              • Publishers Weekly 2006 Top Ten Book in Religion
              • Translations: Greek, Slovak, Czech, Portuguese, Romanian, Bulgarian; Italian,
                 Russian, Spanish
Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why. San Francisco:
       HarperSanFrancisco, 2005. Pp. x+292.
              • New York Times Bestseller List (Hardback Non-fiction)
              • Translations: Greek, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, Spanish, Arabic, Norwegian,
                 Indonesian, Bulgarian, Italian, Turkish, Dutch, German, Serbian
Co-authored with Bruce Metzger, The Text of the New Testament: Its Origin, Corruption, and
       Restoration, 4th edition. New York: Oxford University Press;, 2005. Pp. xvi + 366.
             • Translations: Hungarian, Korean
Truth and Fiction in the DaVinci Code: A Historian Reveals What We Can Really Know about Jesus,
       Mary, and Constantine. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004. Pp. xxiv + 207.
              • Translations: Italian, Portuguese, Czech, Romanian, Bulgarian, Polish, Slovak, Russian,
                Thai, Korean, Greek, Slovene, Chinese, Spanish, Albanian, Hungarian, Estonian
A Brief Introduction to the New Testament. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004.
       Second edition, 2009. Pp. xxix + 371; Third edition, forthcoming (Fall, 2012).
Christianity in Late Antiquity: A Reader. (Co-edited with Andrew Jacobs) New York:
       Oxford University Press, 2004. Pp. xviii + 504
Lost Christianities: The Battles for Scripture and the Faiths We Never Knew. New York:
       Oxford University Press, 2003. Pp. xviii + 294.
              • History Book Club Main Selection
              • Translations: Italian, Spanish, Korean, Bulgarian, Portuguese, French, Greek, Romanian
Lost Scriptures: Books That Did Not Become the New Testament (a reader).
       New York: Oxford University Press, 2003. Pp. vi + 342.
              • History Book Club Main Selection
The Apostolic Fathers. (Greek-English edition for the Loeb Classical Library) 2 vols. Cambridge:
       Harvard University Press, 2003. Vol. 1, pp. xii + 443; vol. 2, pp. 481.
Jesus: Apocalyptic Prophet of the New Millennium. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.
       Pp. xii + 274.
              • History Book of the Month Club Selection.
              • Los Angeles Times 2000 Book of the Year award.
              • Translations: Spanish, Danish, Chinese
After the New Testament: A Reader in Early Christianity. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998.
       Pp. xii+ 436.
The New Testament and Other Early Christian Writings: A Reader. New York: Oxford University Press,
       1998; Second edition, 2004 Pp. xii + 419.
The New Testament: A Historical Introduction to the Early Christian Writings
       New York: Oxford University Press, 1997; Second edition, 2000;
       Third edition, 2004. Fourth edition, 2008. Pp. xxxiii + 529.
              • History Book Club Selection.
The Text of the New Testament in Contemporary Research: Essays on the Status Quaestionis.
       Studies and Documents 46; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1995. Pp. xiv + 402. Second edition:
      Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2012; pp. xii + 884 (Co-edited with Michael W.Holmes).
The Orthodox Corruption of Scripture: The Effect of Early Christological Controversies on the Text of
       the New Testament.
      New York: Oxford University Press, 1993. Second edition, 2012; . Pp. xiii + 401.
The Text of the Fourth Gospel in the Writings of Origen, vol. 1 ("Introduction, Text, and
       Apparatus") SBLNTGF, 3; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1992. Pp. x + 499. (Co-authored with
       Gordon D. Fee and Michael W. Holmes)
Didymus the Blind and the Text of the Gospels; SBLNTGF, 1. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1986.
       Pp. xii + 288.

PUBLICATIONS - Books in Preparation

After the New Testament, 2nd edition. (Oxford University Press;
      scheduled for publication November 2014).
The New Testament: A Historical Introduction, 6th edition (Oxford University Press;
      scheduled for completion November 2014).
Jesus Before the Gospels: How Eyewitness Testimonies, Frail Memories, and Widespread Rumors Influenced the Stories about Jesus (scheduled for completion August 2015)
Jesus and the Battle for Scripture: How the Christians Acquired the “Old Testament” from the Jews,
      (Under contract with HarperOne; scheduled for completion April 2017).

PUBLICATIONS - Articles and Essays

“The Life of Brian and the Apocalyptic Jesus,” in Brian and Jesus, ed. Joan Taylor
      (London: Bloomsbury; expected publication: August 2015).
Foreward to Jesus the Magician, 2nd ed., by Morton Smith (2014)
“The Alternative Vision of the Gospel of Judas,” in The Gospel of Judas, ed.
      Marvin Meyer et al. (Washington: National Geographic, 2006).
“Foreward,” to The Lost Gospel, by Herbert Krosney (Washington: National Geographic 2006)
“Textual Traditions Compared: The New Testament and the Apostolic Fathers,” in The Reception
       of the New Testament in the Apostolic Fathers (Oxford: University Press, 2005), pp. 9-27.
“Did Jesus Get Angry or Agonize?” Bible Review 21 (2005) pp. 16-26.
“Hedrick’s Consensus on the Secret Gospel of Mark,” Journal of Early Christian Studies 11
       (2003) pp. 155-64.
“A Leper in the Hands of an Angry Jesus,” New Testament Greek and Exegesis: Essays in Honor of
       Gerald Hawthorne. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2003; pp. 77-98.
“The Use of the Church Fathers in New Testament Textual Criticism,” The Bible As Book.
       Grand Rapids: Scriptorium, 2003.
“Text and Interpretation: The Exegetical Significance of the ‘Original’ Text,” TC: A Journal of
       Biblical Textual Criticism, 5 (2000).
“Text and Transmission: The Historical Significance of the ‘Altered’ Text,” TC: A Journal of
       Biblical Textual Criticism, 5 (2000)
“A Critique of Encountering the New Testament by Walter A. Elwell and Robert W. Yarbrough,”
       Perspectives in Religion 27 (2000) pp. 253-62.
"The Text of the New Testament," in Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible. Grand Rapids, Eerdmans; 1999.
“Jesus as Apocalyptic Prophet,” Perspectives in Religion, 26 (1999) pp. 153-66.
"The Text of the Gospels at the End of the Second Century," in Acta Colloquii Lunelii: Codex Bezae
       Cantabrigiensis. Ed. C. -B. Amphoux and D. C. Parker. New Testament Tools and Studies;
       Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1996; pp. 95-122.
"Manuscripts and Meaning: The Textual Criticism of the New Testament," for New Testament
       Interpretation Today. Ed. Joel Green; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1996; pp. 127-45.
Translation of "Die griechischen Minuskeln des Neuen Testaments," by Barbara Aland and Kurt
       Wachtel, in The Text of the New Testament in Contemporary Research: Essays on the Status
       Quaestionis
, ed. Bart D. Ehrman and Michael W. Holmes. Studies and Documents 46; Grand Rapids:
       Eerdmans, 1995; pp. 43-60.
“The Text as Window: New Testament Manuscripts and the Social History of Early Christianity," in
       The New Testament in Contemporary Research: Essays on the Status Quaestionis, ed.
       Bart D. Ehrman and Michael W. Holmes. Studies and Documents 46; Grand Rapids:
       Eerdmans, 1995; pp. 361-79.
"The Use and Significance of Patristic Evidence in New Testament Textual Criticism," in New
       Testament Textual Criticism, Exegesis, and Church History: A Discussion of Methods, eds. B.
       Aland and J. Delobel. Kampen, The Netherlands: Kok Pharos, 1994; pp. 118-35.
"Heracleon and the `Western' Textual Tradition," New Testament Studies, 40 (1994) pp. 465-86.
"Heracleon, Origen, and the Text of the Fourth Gospel," Vigiliae Christianae, 47 (1993) pp. 105-18.
"The Theodotians as Corruptors of Scripture," Studia Patristica, ed. Elizabeth A. Livingstone. Louvain:
       Peeters; 1992; pp. 46-51.
"The Cup, the Bread, and the Salvific Death of Jesus in Luke-Acts," Society of Biblical Literature
       Seminar Papers. Atlanta: Scholars, 1991; pp. 576-91.
"The Text of Mark in the Hands of the Orthodox," in Biblical Hermeneutics in Historical Perspective:
      Essays in Honor of Karlfried Froehlich, ed. Mark Burrows and Paul Rorem. Grand Rapids:
       Eerdmans; 1991; pp. 19 31.
"Cephas and Peter," Journal of Biblical Literature, 109 (1990) pp. 463-74.
"A Problem of Textual Circularity: The Alands on the Classification of New Testament Manuscripts,"
       Biblica, 70 (1989) pp. 377-88.
"1 John 4:3 and the Orthodox Corruption of Scripture," Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche
       Wissenschaft, 79 (1988) pp. 221-43.
"Jesus and the Adulteress," New Testament Studies, 34 (1988) pp. 24-44.
"Methodological Developments in the Analysis and Classification of New Testament Documentary
       Evidence," Novum Testamentum, 29 (1987) pp. 22 45.
"The Use of Group Profiles for the Classification of New Testament Documentary Evidence,"
       Journal of Biblical Literature, 107 (1987) pp. 465-86.
"The New Testament Canon of Didymus," Vigiliae Christianae, 37 (1983) pp. 1 21.
"The Angel and the Agony: The Textual Problem of Luke 22:43 44," Catholic Biblical Quarterly,
       45 (1983) pp. 401 16 (co authored with Mark A. Plunkett).
"Jesus' Trial Before Pilate: John 18:28 19:16," Biblical Theology Bulletin, 13 (1983) pp. 124-31.

PUBLICATIONS - Edited Texts and Lists of Inscriptions

"Priene Inscriptions: Texts and Lists," Princeton: Institute for Advanced Study, 1988
       (co-edited with Neil Elliot and Donald McCabe).
"Klazomenai Inscriptions: Texts and Lists," Princeton: Institute for Advanced Study, 1986
       (co-edited with James Brownson and Donald McCabe).
"Samos Inscriptions: Texts and Lists," Princeton: Institute for Advanced Study, 1986
       (co-edited with James Brownson and Donald McCabe).

MEDIA - Courses on Audio and Video Tape

“How Jesus Became God” (24 lectures): The Teaching Company. August 2014.
“The Greatest Controversies in Early Christian History” (24 lectures);
       The Teaching Company. June 2013.
“History of the Bible: The Formation of the New Testament Canon” (12 lectures); The Teaching
       Company. July, 2005.
“After the New Testament: Writings of the Apostolic Fathers,” (24 lectures); The Teaching
       Company. August, 2005.
“From Jesus to Constantine: A History of Early Christianity” (24 lectures); The Teaching Company.
       June 2003
“Lost Christianities: The Struggle for Authentication in the Early Church” (24 lectures); The Teaching
       Company. December, 2002.
“Introduction to the New Testament” (24 lectures); The Teaching Company. January, 2000.
“The Historical Jesus” (24 Lectures); The Teaching Company. July 2000.

Book Reviews and Book Notes

Published in Journal of Biblical Literature; Critical Review of Books in Religion; Religious Studies Review; Bible Review; The American Historical Society; Theology Today; Patristics; Catholic Biblical Quarterly; Currents in Contemporary Christology; Princeton Seminary Bulletin.

INVITED LECTURES/TALKS

University of Richmond (2014)
University of Nevada, Black Mountain Institute (2014)
Dickinson College (2014)
University of Northern Alabama (2014)
Elon University (2014)
Loyola Marymount University (2013)
NYU (2013)
Ramtha School of Enlightenment (2013)
Unity Institute (2013)
Colorado College (2013)
Centre College (2013)
Saint Mary’s University (Nova Scotia) (2012)
Acadia University (Nova Scotia) (2012)
Millsaps College (2012)
St. Lawrence University (2012)
University of Tennessee (2011)
Southern Methodist University (2011)
University of Kentucky (2011)
University of La Verne (2011)
Middle Tennesee State University (2011)
Meredith College (2011)
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (2011)
Kings College, London (2006; 2011)
University of the Pacific (2011)
Lee MacRae University (2010)
University of Tennessee (2010)
Gordon College (2010)
Moravian Seminary (2010)
University of Northern Iowa (2010)
Willamette University (2009)
Southern Connecticut State University (2009)
North Carolina State University (2009)
Virginia Tech (2009)
Davidson College (2009)
Rhodes College (2009)
Otterbein College (2009)
Ohio State University (2009, 2010)
Missouri State University (2008)
University of California at Berkeley (2008)
Kent State University (2008, 2011)
Kansas University (2008)
Washburn University (2008)
Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (2008; 2010)
University of Oklahoma (2007; 2010)
Averett University (2007)
Oklahoma State University (2007)
Wake Forest University Divinity School (2002; 2007)
Hofstra University (2007)
University of Pittsburgh (2007)
Drew University (2007)
Randolph Macon Women’s College (2007)
National Cathedral, Washington D.C. (2007)
Stetson University (2006)
Barton College (2006)
Marist College (2006)
UNC-Greensboro (2006)
UNC-Charlotte (the Loy Witherspoon Lecture; 2006)
UNC-Asheville (2005)
Emory and Henry College (2005)
Virginia Commonwealth University (Blake lecture; 2005)
St. Andrews College (2004)]
Nebraska Wesleyan University (Mattingly Lectures; 2004)
Yale University (The New Testament Colloquium, 2001; Shaeffer Lectures, 2004)
University of Minnesota (2003)
Elon University (1998-2003)
Cornell University (2003)
Southeast Lousiana University (the Matheny Lecture in Religion and Science, 2003)
University of North Carolina, Wilmington (2002)
Lancaster Theological Seminary (the Englert Lecture, 2002)
University of Birmingham, U.K. (1998, New Testament Colloquium; 2001)
Hendrix College (The Steele Center Lecture, 2001)
Augusta State University (the Cullum Lectures, 2001)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (College Lights Lectures, 2000)
University of South Carolina (the Charleton Hall Lectures, 2000)
Loyola Marymount University (2000)
Oberlin College (1999)
Duke University (1991; the Kenneth Clark Lectures, 1997)
Baylor University (1997)
Union Theological Seminary (1997)
Princeton Theological Seminary (Viva Vox Scriptura: Symposium on Biblical Exegesis, 1990)

RECENT ACADEMIC / CONFERENCE PAPERS (Past five years):

“The Text of the New Testament in Contemporary Research,”
       Society of Biblical Literature annual meeting (November 2012)
“Biblical Studies and the Academy,” Society of Biblical Literature annual meeting (November 2011)
“The Four-fold Gospel Canon,” Society of Biblical Literature annual meeting (November 2011)
“The Theological Tendencies of Codex Bezae: Forty Years On” Society of Biblical Literature annual
       meeting (November 2010)
“Eusebius and the Early Christian Practice of Forgery” Society of Biblical Literature annual meeting,
      (November 2009)
“Introduction to the New Testament Manuscripts (David Parker): A Review. Society of Biblical
       Literature annual meeting (November 2010)
“Gospel Harmonies and the Textual Criticism of the New Testament,” Society of Biblical Literature
       annual meeting, November 2007.
“Forgery and Counterforgery in the Early Christian Tradition,” International Patristics Conference,
       Oxford, UK (August 2007).
“Texts Normative and Canonical,” Colloquium at the University of Aarhus, Denmark (January 2007)

RECENT PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES (past five years)

2013-14: about 25 public lectures and book readings for the Smithsonian Institute, the Program in
      the Humanities at UNC; the Biblical Archaeology Society, books stores, and sundry other venues.
2012-13: about 35 public lectures and book readings at local colleges, universities, and seminaries;
      the Biblical Archaeology Society, books stores, religious organizations, and sundry other venues
2010-2011: about 50 public lectures and book readings at local colleges, universities, and seminaries;
      the Smithsonian Institute (Washington DC), the Biblical Archaeology Society, books stores,
      religious organizations, and sundry other venues
2009-2010: about 25 public lectures and book readings at local colleges, universities, and seminaries;
      the Smithsonian Institute (Washington DC), the Biblical Archaeology Society, books stores,
      religious organizations, and sundry other venues
2008-2009: about 30 public lectures and book readings at local colleges, universities, and seminaries;
      the Smithsonian Institute (Washington DC), the Biblical Archaeology Society, books stores,
      religious organizations, and sundry other venues

OTHER LECTURES

For the following groups/venues: Lecture series on cruises for the UNC General Alumni Association; The Biblical Archaeology Society; UNC-Chapel Hill Program in the Humanities and Human Values; Dupont Seminar at the National Humanities Center; American Humanist Association; National Humanities Center; Triangle Institute for Jewish Studies; B’nai B’rith Institute for Judaism; various local and state-wide church and civic groups.

TELEVISION

Daily Show with Jon Stewart
The Colbert Report with Stephen Colbert
CNN
History Channel
National Geographic
BBC2 and BBC4
Discovery Channel

NBC Dateline
Inside Edition
A&E
Opus TV (Wales)
UNC-TV
Local TV stations


RADIO

“Fresh Air” (Terry Gross) (6x)
The Diane Rehm Show
The Leonard Lopate Show (NYC)
The Milt Rosenberg Show (Chicago; 6x)
The State of Things (local NPR) (5x)
Talk of the Nation
For “How Jesus Became God,” 15 or so NPR and other radio stations
For “Did Jesus Exist?” 10 or so NPR and other radio stations
For “Forged” 10 or so NPR and other radio stations
For “Jesus Interrupted” 20 or so NPR and other radio stations
For “God’s Problem,” 15 or so NPR and other radio stations
For “Misquoting Jesus” 20-25 NPR and other radio stations
For “Gospel of Judas” 15-20 NPR and other radio stations
“Soundings” (NPR)

AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND GRANTS

Religious Liberty Award, American Humanist Association, 2011
Fellow, National Humanities Center, 2009-10.
John William Pope Center Spirit of Inquiry Teaching Award, UNC Chapel Hill, 2008
Society of Biblical Literature, Research and Publications Grant (for “Apostolic Fathers,” with the
       Loeb Classical Library), 2000
University Research Council Research Grant (for “Apostolic Fathers,” with the Loeb Classical
       Library), 2000
Bowman and Gordon Gray Professorship (Awarded for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching),
       1998-2001
Brandes Seminar Course Development Award, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1997.
University Research Council Publication Grant (for "After the New Testament: A Reader in Early
       Christianity"), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1997.
University Research Council Research Grant (for "After the New Testament: A Reader in Early
       Christianity"), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1997.
Arts and Sciences Foundation Research Development Grant. University of North Carolina at
       Chapel Hill, 1995.
Phillip and Ruth Hettlemann Prize for Artistic and Scholarly Achievement, University of North
       Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1994.
John Lupton Foundation Grant for Course Development, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,1994.
Brandes Seminar Course Development Award, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1994.
Undergraduate Students' Teaching Award, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1993.
University Research Council Grant, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (for "The Orthodox
       Corruption of Scripture”), 1993.
Society of Biblical Literature Research and Publication Grant (for the International Greek New
       Testament Project), 1992.
Society of Biblical Literature Research and Publication Grant (for "The Text of the Fourth Gospel in
       the Writings of Origen"), 1991.
Faculty Fellowship, Institute for the Arts and the Humanities, University of North Carolina at
       Chapel Hill, 1991.
University Research Council Grant, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (for "The Text of the
       Fourth Gospel in the Writings of Origen"), 1990.
UNC Foundation Junior Faculty Development Award, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (for
       "The Orthodox Corruption of Scripture"), 1990
John Lupton Foundation Grant for Course Development, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1990.
Summer Faculty Fellowship, Institute for the Arts and Humanities, University of North Carolina at
       Chapel Hill. 1989.

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas
Society of Biblical Literature
North American Patristics Society
Fellow, Institute for the Arts and Humanities, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Academy of Distinguished Teaching Scholars, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Updated: September, 2014
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