Prof. Dr. Kathy Ehrensperger



Searching Paul: Conversations with the Jewish Apostle to the Nations. Collected Essays. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck 2019, pp. 458.

Gender and Religious Leadership. Women Rabbis, Pastors, and Ministers. Hartmut Bomhoff, Denise L.Eger, Kathy Ehrensperger, Walter Homolka eds. Lanham,MD: Lexington 2019.

Gemeinsam oder Einsam? Wegspuren ‘religiöser’ Traditionen nach 70 u.Z., KuI 2.2019.

Trouble in Galatia: What Should be Cut? (On Gal 5.12)’, The Message of Paul within Second Temple Judaism, ed. František Abel, Lanham, MD: Lexington/Fortress Academic, 2019, 179-94.

The Politeuma in the Heavens and the Construction of Collective Identity in Philippians, JJMJS 6.2019, 22-45.

Meals in the Letter to the Romans – The Debate about the Food on the Table, in T&T Clark Handbook to Early Christian Meals in the Greco-Roman World, ed. Soham Al Suadi and Peter Ben Smit, London, New York: Bloomsbury T&T Clark.

Zur Antijudaismus-Debatte um moderne Bibelübersetzungen: Was wir Neutestamentler bis heute oft übersehen, Herder Korrespondenz 5/2019.


‘Rooted in  Heaven and Residents of Philippi but no ἐκκλησία ?’, in James R. Harrison and Larry L. Welborn, eds, The First Urban Churches. Volume 4: Roman Philippi. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 63-78.

‘Διδάσκαλος ἐθνῶν – Pauline Trajectories according to 1 Timothy’, in Isaac W. Oliver, Gabriele Boccaccini, eds., The Early Reception of Paul the Second Temple Jew. London: New York: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 88-104.

‘What’s in a name?  Ideologies of Volk, Rasse, and Reich in German New Testament Interpretation – Past and Present’ in Katherine M. Hockey, David G. Horrell, eds., Ethnicity, Race, and Religion in Early Christian and Jewish Identities, London, New York: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 92-112.


‚Embodying the Ways in Christ: Paul’s Teaching of the Nations‘, in Jason M. Zurawski and Gabriele Boccaccini eds., Second Temple Jewish Paideia in Context. BZNW 228. Berlin: de Gruyter, 239-254.

‚Trajectories and future avenues in Pauline Studies and Jewish–Christian relations: the relevance of William S. Campbell’s approach to Paul‘, in: Journal of Beliefs & Values, 38(2), 153-158.

‚Narratives of Belonging: The Role of Paul’s Geneaological Reasoning‘, in: Early Christianity 8, 373–392.


‘Between Polis, Oikos and Ekklesia: The Challenge of Negotiating the Spirit World’, in James R.Harrison and Larry L.Welborn eds., Polis and Ekklesia: Investigations of Urban Christianity. Volume 2: Roman Corinth. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature 2016.

‘The Pauline Ἐκκλησίαι and Images of Community in Enoch Traditions’, in Gabriele Boccacini, Carlos Segovia eds.,Paul the Jew: Rereading the Apostle as a Figure of Second Temple Judaism. Minneapolis: Fortress Press 2016, 183-216.


‚The Question(s) of Gender: Relocating Paulin Relation to Judaism‘, in: Mark Nanos, Magnus Zetterholm, eds. Paul Within Judaism: Restoring the First Century Context to the Apostle. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 245-276.


Paul at the Crossroads of Cultures: Theologizing in the Space-Between. Bloomsbury Publishing: London 2013.


Paul and the Dynamics of Power: The Library of New Testament Studies. T & T Clark International 2009.


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