James D.G. Dunn (1939-), scholar
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James D.G. Dunn (1939-) is a British scholar, emeritus at Durham University, England.
Born in 1939. PhD at the University of Cambridge. Professor of Divinity.
Works on Second Temple Judaism
- Christology in the Making: A New Testament Inquiry into the Origins of the Doctrine of the Incarnation (1980 Dunn), book
- A New Perspective on Jesus (2005 Dunn), book
Articles in edited volumes
- Jesus, table-fellowship, and Qumran - Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls (1992 Charlesworth), edited volume
- The Danielic Son of Man in the New Testament / The Book of Daniel: Composition and Reception (2001 Collins/Flint), edited volume
- Did Paul have a covenant theology?: Reflections on Romans 9.4 and 11.27 - The Concept of the Covenant in the Second Temple Period (2003 Porter/De Roo), edited volume