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TSUJI Manabu, Dr. theol.

Professor of Religious Studies

Hiroshima University

Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences

 

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(Address)

c/o Graudate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences

Hiroshima University

Kagamiyama 1-7-1

739-8521 Higashi-Hiroshima, JAPAN

TEL. **81-(0)82-424-6394 (School Office)

FAX. **81-(0)82-424-0754 (School Office)

E-mail: tsujim(atmark)hiroshima-u.ac.jp


(Vita)

Born 1964 in Kobe, Japan; Study of Protestant Theology at Kwansei Gakuin University (Nishinomiya, Japan), B.Th. (1987) & M.Th. (1989); Pastor in Kôshien-Futaba Church in Nishinomiya (1989-91); Doctoral Studies at Kwansei Gakuin University (1989-91) & University of Berne (Switzerland, 1991-95), Doctor of Theology (Dr. theol.) in Berne (1995); Lecturer of German at Himeji Dokkyo University (Himeji, Japan) (1996-97); Assistant Professor/Chaplain, School of Business Administration, Kwansei Gakuin University (1997-2001); Associate Professor/Chaplain (2001-07). Visiting Scholar: Berne (1999-2000) & Zurich (2004-05). Since April 2007 Professor of Religious Studies (New Testament) at Hiroshima University.

(Research Activities)

-    New Testament Epistolary Literature, especially the deutero-Pauline and the Catholic Epistles

-    Pseudonymity in the Early Christian Literature

-    Reception-History of Pauline Epistles and Theology

(Publications)

-  "Replacement or Supplement? On the Purpose of II Thessalonians", Annual of Japanese Biblical Institute 40 (March 2015) pp. 49-65.

-  "2 Tim 1:6: Laying on of Hands by Paul for Ordination?", Annual of Japanese Biblical Institute 39 (2014) 65-76. PDF

 "Beyond the Original Context: Reception of the Pauline Letters in the First Century", in: V. Baranov et al. (eds.), Scrinium: Revue de patrologie, d'hagiographie critique et d'histoire ecclésiastique, Tome 6: Patrogia Pacifica Secunda. Selected Papers presented to the Asia-Pacific Early Christian Studies Society Fith Annual Conference (Sendai, Japan, September 10-12, 2009) and other patristic studies, Axioma: Gorgias Press, 2010, pp. 5-21.PDF

-   "Persönliche Korrespondenz des Paulus: Zur Strategie der Pastoralbriefe als Pseudepigrapha", New Testament Studies 56 (2010) 253-272. PDF 

-   "Die Intertextualität von 1Tim 2,1-3/Tit 3,1-2", in: P. Lampe/ M. Mayordomo/ M. Sato (Hg.), Neutestamentliche Exegese im Dialog: Hermeneutik - Wirkungsgeschichte - Matthäusevangelium. Festschrift zum 70. Geburtstag von Ulrich Luz, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener, 2008, S. 99-110.

-    "Der zweite Timotheus als letzter Gefangenschaftsbrief," Kwansei Gakuin University Humanities Review 11 (2007) pp. 1-11.

-    "Zwischen Ideal und Realität: Zu den Witwen in 1 Tim 5.3-16," New Testament Studies 47 (2001) pp. 92-104.

-    Yakobu no Tegami (Commentary on the Epistle of James), Tokyo: Shinkyô Shuppansha, 2002 (Japanese).

-    Glaube zwischen Vollkommenheit und Verweltlichung: Eine Untersuchung zur literarischen Gestalt und zur inhaltlichen Kohärenz des Jakobusbriefes (WUNT 2.93), Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1997 (revised edition of the Dissertation, Berne 1995).

and many other books and articles, all in Japanese.

(Memberships)

Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas (SNTS; Committee 2011-2014, NTS editorial board 2012-2014); Society of Biblical Literature (SBL); Society of New Testament Studies in Japan (member of the board of directors); The Japan Society of Christian Studies (Theological Studies in Japan editorial board 2010-), etc.