The Novum Testamentum Patristicum project aims to produce commentaries on the patristic reception for each New Testament book. You can find the project website here, with a list of projected volumes, though not updated. The volumes which have been published so far can be found on the publisher’s webpage, and detailed presentations of the project here and here.
I am working on the volume on 1 Peter 2:11-5:14. For this project, I won a Postdoctoral Mandate from the KU Leuven Research Council (2015-2016) and a Postdoctoral Fellowship from the Flanders Research Foundation (FWO, 2016-2019). I will signal here the related publications and papers.
“Commenting on 1 Pt 4:7-11: A Case Study in Patristic Reception,” Annali di storia dell’esegesi 36.1 (2019) 159-70.
“Mark, Peter’s Son, and the Reception of 1 Peter,” in Geert Van Eyen (ed.), Reading the Gospel of Mark in the Twenty-First Century (BETL 301; Leuven: Peeters, 2019) 431-41.
I have also delivered a number of related papers:
“1 Peter 4:7-11: Eschatology, Christology, Paraenesis, Doxology” | Ninth International Colloquium of the NTP Patristic Commentaries on NT Writings: Aims, Methods, and Strategies, Leuven, December 2018.
“1 Peter and Writing a Patristic Commentary” | Bible, Theology and Hermeneutics Seminar, St Andrews, April 2018.
“Reception History, Authority, and Marginal Texts” | SBL History of Interpretation unit, Denver, November 2018.
“Mark, the Elders, and 1 Peter in Late Antiquity” | Wycliffe Hall NT Research Group, October 2017.
“A Matter of Authority: Notes on the Patristic Reception of 1 Peter 5” | SBL Letters of James, Peter, and Jude unit, Boston, November 2017.
“Notes on the Versions of In epistolas canonicas brevis enarratio Attributed to Didymus the Blind” | EASR Annual Conference, Leuven, September 2017.
“Mark, Peter’s Son, and the Reception of 1 Peter” | Colloquium Biblicum Lovaninense, July 2017.
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