'Journeying through the Gospels'
Session 3: An Introduction to Matthew's Gospel
Tuesday 9th March 6pm
Join us for an introduction to Matthew's Gospel from Dr Michael Dormandy (scroll down for biography)
followed by a time of discussion.
(There is no obligation to speak and you will not be put on the spot.)
Meeting ID: 988 6302 5349
23rd February 2021
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Session 1: The Synoptic Problem
Dr Jane McLarty
2nd March 2021
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Session 2: Introduction to Mark's Gospel
Dr Jane McLarty
Dr Michael Dormandy
New Testament Tutor
Ripon College, Cuddesdon, Oxford
Michael is Lecturer in New Testament at Ripon College, Cuddesdon in Oxford. His research interests are Pauline studies and textual criticism (the study of Biblical manuscripts).
Michael grew up in London and went on to study Classics and later Theology at Oxford University, where he gained the Canon Hall Junior Prize for Greek and the Pusey and Ellerton Senior Prize for Hebrew. He then completed a PhD at Cambridge University in the earliest Greek manuscripts that contain the entire Bible.
His research has been published in Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism and Studia Patristica. He has also published a Latin textbook and a critical edition of a work by a seventeenth-century, Catholic priest, Bartholomaeus Holzhauser.
He has presented his research at venues including the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Munich and Innsbruck, and at the Princeton Scribal Habits Workshop, the Birmingham Textual Criticism Colloquium, the British New Testament Society and the Society of Biblical Literature. He was a visiting student at the University of Salzburg and a Research Fellow at the Ludwig-Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies, Innsbruck.
Michael has always been active in church ministry alongside his academic research. He has worked on church staff teams for four years and during his PhD, he ministered actively in his college chapel, including serving for two terms as Lay Acting Chaplain. He has served in student ministry, homeless projects, and youth and children's groups. His “secular” work experience includes secondary school teaching and teaching English as foreign language.
Michael loves to help people understand and love the New Testament, whatever stage they’re at on their journey. He is married to Katherine and enjoys coffee, cake and any book or film with spies in it.