part-time

Dr. Steve Harris

Part Time Instructor

Email: sharris@redeemer.ca

Office: 219M

Department: Religion and Theology

Education

PhD. (2015), Christian Theology, University of Durham

Research Interests

The history of Biblical interpretation

The nature and task of theological education

Central Christian doctrines such as revelation, Christology, and resurrection.

PUBLICATIONS

MONOGRAPHS

God and the Teaching of Theology: Divine Pedagogy in 1 Corinthians 1-4. Reading the Scriptures. Edited by Gary Anderson, Matthew Levering, and Robert L. Wilken. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, forthcoming May 2019.

PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

“Greater Resurrections and a Greater Ascension: Figural Interpretation of Elijah and Jesus.” Journal of Theological Interpretation, forthcoming.

“The Power of the Word of God: Luther and Pentecostalism in Dialogue.” Post-Christendom Studies 2 (2017-2018): 5-19.

“On the Three Kinds of Resurrection of the Dead.” International Journal of Systematic Theology 20/1 (2018): 8-30.

“The word(s) the Spirit gives: Lutheran and Reformed exegesis of 1 Corinthians 2:13.” Scottish Journal of Theology 70/3 (2017): 295-309.

“‘Was St. Thomas crucified for you?’: 1 Corinthians 1:12-13 and the Premodern Critique of Theological Schools of Thought.” Journal of Theological Interpretation 9/2 (2015): 211-26.

CHAPTERS IN EDITED VOLUMES

“Hebrews and Historical Theology: The Contours.” In Divine Action in Hebrews and the Ongoing Priesthood of Jesus. Edited by Craig G. Bartholomew, Gareth Lee Cockerill and Benjamin Quinn. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, forthcoming.