The General Theological Seminary has appointed the Rev. Todd H.W. Brewer as assistant professor of New Testament, beginning in the fall. Brewer already has ties with General, having taught an introductory New Testament course for diaconal candidates this spring.
Most recently, Brewer has served as associate rector of St. Peter’s Church, Morristown, New Jersey. He holds an MDiv from Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry, and an MA in Biblical studies and PhD in New Testament, both from Durham University.
Brewer has served as a lecturer at Lindisfarne Regional Partnership, a seminary in the Church of England. He has presented several conference papers, including one in the Historical Jesus section of the Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature (November 2014) and is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature and the British New Testament Society.
Brewer will teach “Introduction to the New Testament,” “Paul: The Radical Jew,” and “Introductory Biblical Greek.” He will also offer a reading course in advanced Coptic.
Image of the Close at General Theological Seminary by Beyond My Ken, via Wikimedia Commons
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