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Jesus’ Female Disciples: The New Evidence (Minerva Media, Channel Four)

http://www.channel4.com/programmes/jesus-female-disciples-the-new-evidence   In this programme Helen Bond, Professor of Christian Origins at the University of Edinburgh, and Joan Taylor, Professor of Christian Origins and Second Temple Judaism at King’s College London, search for evidence of Jesus’ female disciples and their legacy. The following resources are provided here for those who want to find out more […]

  • CSCO Team,
  • 8th April 2018

Joan Taylor and Helen Bond Talk: Mary Magdalene

  There’s a new film about Mary Magdalene due out on 16 March in the UK. One of the historical consultants to the film, Professor Joan Taylor (King’s College, London), invited Professor Helen Bond to join her at a special preview for cast and crew at the Curzon Theatre in London. Hear their reactions to […]

  • CSCO Team,
  • 7th March 2018

Resurrection Roundtable (PT. 2)

In this second part of our “Resurrection” series, Professor’s Helen Bond and Larry Hurtado along with Dr. Sara Parvis sit down for a roundtable discussion on some contentious and riveting topics related to resurrection in the New Testament and early Christianity. *We do apologise for Professor Hurtado’s audio levels being low and hollow. We had […]

  • CSCO Team,
  • 12th April 2017

PT. 3: Professor Hurtado on “Destroyer of the gods”

In PT. 3, Professor Larry Hurtado defines and explains Christian “distinctives”. Also, be sure to pick up Professor Hurtado’s book, which is out today (Click here). Share Post:

  • CSCO Team,
  • 15th September 2016

“Destroyer of the gods” Out Today

We want to congratulate Professor Larry Hurtado on his newest publication, “Destroyer of the gods.” Professor Hurtado’s book is out today, so be sure to pick up a copy (click here). Also, see parts 1 and 2 of our interview with Professor Hurtado where we discuss the contents of his book. Also, part 3 of […]

  • CSCO Team,
  • 15th September 2016

PT. 2: Professor Hurtado on “Destroyer of the gods”

In PT. 2, Professor Hurtado discusses the unique qualities of early Christians in the Roman world, and in particular shows how Christians were unique in relation to their Jewish counterpart. Share Post:



Coming Autumn 2016

Please, help us here at CSCO to spread the word about this upcoming year. We look forward to stirring some fresh and interesting conversation about Christian origins through regular videos, blogs, and podcasts. Be sure to share our blog and social media sites with your friends. Share Post:


Elaine Pagels on Revelation in Art, Music and Politics

Visions of the End – Public Lecture from Elaine Pagels of Princeton University on Saturday 30 April All welcome – lecture begins at 2:30 pm, Martin Hall, New College Wine reception to follow   Share Post:

  • CSCO Team,
  • 3rd March 2016

Professor Lim to deliver 2016 Chuen King Memorial Lecture

“Chuen King” in Chinese literally means “communicating scripture”. This is the name of the lectureship which is established in memory of Mr. Wong Chuen-king by his son Mr. Wong Bing-lai who believes in the power of biblical message. While the Bible is the primary source for Christian theology, it also witnesses the process of contextualizing […]

  • CSCO Team,
  • 21st January 2016