Dr Matthew Crawford - Institute for Religion & Critical Inquiry (Faculty of Theology and Philosophy)
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After completing a PhD (2009-2012) and a post-doc (2012-2015) at Durham University I took up a position as a Research Fellow in the Institute for Religion and Critical Inquiry at ACU in Melbourne. Presently I am writing a monograph on the Canons for the fourfold gospel compiled by Eusebius of Caesarea, focusing especially on the reception of the marginal apparatus in the later Latin, Syriac, and Armenian traditions. After completing this project I plan to begin work on Cyril of Alexandria's treatise Contra Iulianum, with the goal of producing an English translation and accompanying monograph placing the work in the context of pagan and Christian interaction in fifth-century Alexandria. I also remain interested in Tatian the Assyrian and his gospel version (the so-called Diatessaron) and occasionally produce articles related to these topics.
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The Problemata of Tatian: Recovering the Fragments of a Second-Century Christian Intellectual, in Journal of Theological Studies 67: 542-75
The Diatessaron, Canonical or Non-canonical? Rereading the Dura Fragment, in New Testament Studies 62: 253-77
Kanon and Scripture according to the Letter of Peter to James, in Zeitschrift f??r Antikes Christentum 20: 260-75
Ammonius of Alexandria, Eusebius of Caesarea, and the Origins of Gospels Scholarship, in New Testament Studies 61: 1-29
a??Reordering the Confusiona??: Tatian, the Second Sophistic, and the so-called Diatessaron, in Zeitschrift f??r Antikes Christentum 19 (2015): 209-36
Cyril of Alexandria's Trinitarian Theology of Scripture, in Oxford University Press
Diatessaron, a Misnomer? The Evidence of Ephrema??s Commentary, in Early Christianity 4: 362-85
The Triumph of Pro-Nicene Theology over Anti-Monarchian Exegesis: Theodore of Heraclea and Cyril of Alexandria on John 14:10-11, in Journal of Early Christian Studies 21: 537-67
On the Diversity and Influence of the Eusebian Alliance: The Case of Theodore of Heraclea, in Journal of Ecclesiastical History 64: 227-57
The Preface and Subject Matter of Cyril of Alexandria's Treatise De Adoratione, in Journal of Theological Studies 64: 154-67