With apologies for cross posting:
Just a reminder that out Seminar with Gerd Ludemann on his book _The
Resurrection of Christ_ begins on Monday, Jan 3rd.
We will accept and begin to review messages to Professor Ludemann from
5pm EST (USA) Sunday, January 2nd.
For details of the seminar, including information on it's scope and
purpose and method for subscribing to it, see the reposting below of
the Seminar's initial announcement (with subscription address
Jeffrey B. Gibson, D.Phil. (Oxon.)
1500 W. Pratt Blvd. #1
Chicago, IL 60626
XTalk ONLINE SEMINAR WITH GERD LÜDEMANN
The moderators of the XTalk Discussion List
are pleased to announce that Gerd
Lüdemann -- Professor of History and Literature of Early Christian at
Germany, Director of the Institute of Early Christian Studies,
Theological Faculty Director of the Archive
"Religionsgeschichtliche Schule", Theological Faculty -- has agreed to
conduct a three week online Seminar
with XTalk members and other interested parties on the ideas and
arguments set out in his most recent book
The Resurrection of Christ: A Historical Inquiry_ (Prometheus, 2004)
The Seminar will begin on Sunday, January 2nd, 2005, and run until
Saturday, January 22nd, 2005.
The Seminar's Home page is:
So as to be managed effectively, the Seminar will be conducted on a
subscription only basis.
Questions and comments submitted to the Seminar by approved Seminar
members will be subject to
selection by the Seminar's moderators.
Posts sent to Professor Lüdemann will be answered by him on a daily
Topics for discussion are the issues and arguments raised in Professor
Lüdemann's book _The Resurrection
of Christ_. Therefore the major prerequisite for anyone wishing to
participate in the Seminar is familiarity with
the contents and theses of this work (for a précis of the book, see
To apply for membership in the Seminar, send a blank e-mail message to:
PLEASE NOTE that while applications for membership in the Seminar are
being accepted immediately,
posts to Professor Lüdemann via the Seminar ARE NOT.
Nothing should be sent in to the Seminar until 5pm EST on the eve of its
opening day, Sunday, January 2nd, 2005.
Questions or comments about the Seminar may be sent to the following
Yours sincerely (and on behalf of the entire XTalk administrative
Co-moderator and List Owner of XTalk
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