Curriculum Vitae Stephen J. Patterson, Ph. D. Professor of New Testament Eden Theological Seminary



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Curriculum Vitae
Stephen J. Patterson, Ph.D.

Professor of New Testament

Eden Theological Seminary

475 East Lockwood Ave.

St. Louis, MO 63119

Telephone: (314) 918-2586 (O) / (314) 918-2510 (H)

e-mail: spatterson@eden.edu

Education

Ph.D. The Claremont Graduate School 1988

New Testament
M.A. The Claremont Graduate School 1988

New Testament


M.T.S. Harvard University 1983

Scripture and Interpretation


B.A. Yankton College 1981

Religion and Philosophy


Academic Positions

Professor of New Testament

Eden Theological Seminary, St. Louis

1988-Present

Assistant Professor 1988-1994

Associate Professor 1994-1999

Professor 1999-
Visiting Professor of New Testament

Peki Seminary, Peki, Ghana, West Africa

February, 2009
Visiting Professor of New Testament

United Theological College, Bangalore, India

June-August, 2004
Lecturer in New Testament

Claremont Graduate School/School of Theology at Claremont

1986
Lecturer in Theology

Loyola-Marymount University

1985-86
Awards and Honors

Fulbright Fellowship (Heidelberg, 1986-87)

Graduate Fellowship, Claremont Graduate School

Pfeiffer Fellowship, Harvard Divinity School


Professional Affiliations

The Society of Biblical Literature

Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas

Chair, The Jesus Seminar on Christian Origins

Editorial Board, Review of Biblical Literature

Former Contributing Editor, The Bible Review

Former Editorial Board, The Journal of Biblical Literature
Publications
Books:

The Gospel of Thomas and Jesus. Sonoma: Polebridge, 1993.
The God of Jesus: The Historical Jesus and the Search for Meaning. Philadelphia: Trinity, 1998.
Beyond the Passion: Rethinking the Death and Life of Jesus. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2004.

Co-Authored and Edited Volumes:



A Q-Thomas Reader. (with Marvin Meyer, John Kloppenborg, and Michael Steinhauser) Sonoma: Polebridge, 1990.
The Search for Jesus: Modern Scholarship Looks at the Gospels. (with Marcus Borg and John Dominic Crossan; edited by Herschel Shanks) Washington, D. C.: Biblical Archaeology Society, 1994.
(Guest Editor) Thomas and Jesus: Essays of the Jesus Seminar on the Gospel of Thomas (Forum 10,1-2, 1994 [actual 1998]).
The Fifth Gospel. (with James M. Robinson and Hans-Gebhard Bethge) Philadelphia: Trinity, 1998.
The Apocalyptic Jesus: A Debate. (with Dale C. Allison, Marcus J. Borg, John Dominic Crossan, edited by Robert J. Miller) Santa Rosa: Polebridge, 2001.
Current Project:

The Gospel of Thomas: A Commentary (Hermeneia, Fortress Press).



Selected Essays, Articles, and Reviews:
"A Note on an Argive Relief of Selene." Harvard Theological Review 78 (1985) 439-443.
"Fire and Dissension: Ipsissima Vox Jesu in Q 12:49, 51-53?" Forum 5 (1989) 121-139.
(With Clayton Jefford) "A Note on Didache 12.2a (Coptic)." The Second Century 7 (1989-90) 65-75.
(With Helmut Koester) "The Gospel of Thomas." Bible Review 6,2 (1990) 28-39. Reprinted: Harvey Minkoff, ed., The Best of Bible Review. Washington, D. C.: The Biblical Archaeology Society, 1994. I:89-107.
"The Gospel of Thomas and the Historical Jesus: Retrospectus and Prospectus," pp. 614-636 in David J. Lull, ed., Society of Biblical Literature 1990 Seminar Papers. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1990.
"James M. Robinson: A Biography." Pp. xxi-xxiv in James E. Goehring, Charles W. Hedrick, Jack T. Sanders, with Hans Dieter Betz, eds. Gnosticism & the Early Christian World: in Honor of James M. Robinson. Forum Fascicles 2. Sonoma: Polebridge Press, 1990.
"Bridging the Gulf Between Bible Scholarship and Religious Faith." Bible Review 6,6 (1990) 16, 44.
"Sources, Redaction, and Tendenz in the Acts of Peter and the Twelve Apostles (NH VI, 1)." Vigiliae Christianae 45 (1991) 1-17.
"Paul and the Jesus Tradition: It Is Time for Another Look." Harvard Theological Review 84 (1991) 23-41.
In Robert Miller, ed. The Complete Gospels: Scholars Version. Sonoma: Polebridge Press, 1992:

"The Gospel of Thomas" (with Marvin Meyer)

"The Secret Gospel of Mark" (with Helmut Koester)

"Orphan Sayings"


In David Noel Freedman, ed. The Anchor Bible Dictionary. Garden City: Doubleday, 1992:

"Apocryphal Gospels"

"Harmonies of the Gospels"

"Logia"


"New Testament Apocrypha"
"The Gospel of Thomas and the Synoptic Tradition: A Forschungsbericht and Critique." Forum 8,1-2 (1992) 45-97.
Review: Das Thomasevangelium: Einleitung, Kommentar, und Systematik, by Michael Fieger. Journal of Biblical Literature 111 (1992) 361-63.
"Q--The Lost Gospel." Bible Review 9,5 (1993) 34-41, 61-62.
"Wisdom in Q and Thomas." Pp. 187-221 in Bernard Brandon Scott and Leo G. Perdue, eds. In Search of Wisdom: Essays in Honor of John G. Gammie. Westminster/John Knox Press, 1993.
"Exegesis, Mark 4:21-43: Gospel for the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost." No Other Foundation 14,2 (Winter 1993-94) 42-46.
"Why the Historical Jesus?" The Living Pulpit 3,1 (1994) 20-21.
"Yes, Virginia, There is a Q." Bible Review 11,5 (1995) 39-40.
"Didache 11-13: The Legacy of Radical Itinerancy in Early Christianity." Pp. 313-29 in Clayton N. Jefford, ed. The Didache in Context: Essays on Its Text, History, and Transmission. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1995.
"The End of Apocalypse: Rethinking the Eschatological Jesus." Theology Today 52,1 (1995) 29-48.
"Exegesis, Matthew 28:16-20: Gospel for Trinity Sunday." No Other Foundation 16,2 (Winter 1995-96) 5-12.
"Shall We Teach What Jesus Taught?" Prism 11 (1996) 40-57.
"The Church and Public Education: Insights from the New Testament." New Conversations 17, 2 (1996) 3-8.
"Exegesis, John 1:43-51: Gospel for the Second Sunday after Epiphany." No Other Foundation 17,1 (Summer 1996) 23-30.
"Exegesis, 1 Corinthians 13:1-13." No Other Foundation 18,1 (Summer, 1997) 45-57.
Review: Jesus the Messianic Herald of Salvation by Edward P. Meadors. Journal of Biblical Literature 116 (1997) 138-41.
"Why Did Christians Say: 'God Raised Jesus from the Dead'? 1 Corinthians 15 and the Origins of the Resurrection Tradition in Earliest Christianity." Forum 10,3-4 (1994 [actual 1998]) 135-60.
"The Historical Jesus and the Search for God." Hervormde Teologiese Studies 54 (1998) 476-504.
Review: Elijah in Upper Egypt: The Apocalypse of Elijah and Egyptian Christianity by David Frankfurter. Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha 17 (1998) 118-20.
Review: The Historical Jesus by John Dominic Crossan. Religious Studies News (Scholar's Bookshelf) 13/3 (September, 1998) p. 17.
Review: Q and the History of Early Christianity: Studies on Q by C.M. Tuckett. Journal of Biblical Literature 117 (1998) 744-46.
"Askesis and the Early Jesus Tradition." Pp. 49-69 in L. Vaage and V. Wimbush, eds. Asceticism and the New Testament. London: Routledge, 1999.
“An Empire for Children.” New Conversations 19,2: Building a World Fit for Children (Spring/Summer, 1999) 6-9.
Review: The Signs of a Prophet by Morna D. Hooker. Interpretation 52,2 (1999) 200.
Review: Jesus and the Logic of History by Paul Barnett. Theology Today 56,1 (1999) 155.
“Pensive Provocation: Preaching the Anti-Wisdom of Jesus.” The Living Pulpit 9,3 (2000) 10-11.
“Now Playing: The Gospel of Thomas.” Bible Review 16,6 (December, 2000) 38-41, 51-52.
“History and Theology: A Reflection on the Work of the Jesus Seminar.” Forum (n.s.) 3,2 (Fall, 2000) 357-79.
Review: Jesus the Millenarian Prophet by Dale Allison. Journal of Biblical Literature 119 (2000) 357-60.
“Consider Yourself Dead: On the Martyrological Understanding of Jesus’ Death.” Pp. 161-87 in R. W. Funk, ed. The Once and Future Faith. Santa Rosa: Polebridge, 2001.
“The Prologue to the Fourth Gospel And the World of Speculative Jewish Theology.” Pp. 323-332 in R. Fortna and T. Thatcher, eds. Jesus in the Johannine Tradition. Louisville: W/JKP, 2001.
Review: Who is Jesus? History in Perfect Tense by Leander Keck. Journal of Religion 81 (2001) 632-33.
Review: The Religion of the Earliest Churches by Gerd Theissen. Journal of the American Academy of Religion 69 (2001) 513-516.
Review: Will the Real Jesus Please Stand Up?: A Debate between William Lane Craig and John Dominic Crossan, Paul Copan, ed. Review of Biblical Literature [http://www.bookreviews.org] (2001).
“The Dark Shadow of the Cross (a review of James Carroll’s Constantine’s Sword).” Bible Review 18,4 (August 2002) 46-48.
Review: Whoever Hears You Hears Me by J. Draper and R. Horsley. Journal of Religion and Society 4 (2002).
“The Dark Side of Pilate.” Bible Review 19,6 (2003) 32-37, 47-48.
Review: The Resurrection of the Son of God by N. T. Wright. Journal of Religion 84 (2004) 636-37.
Review: Beyond Belief by Elaine Pagels. Bible Review 20,2 (2004) 38-42.
“A Passion Play on Film (a review of Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ).” Bible Review 20,3 (2004) 41-44.
“Pilate in the Dock…For the Prosecution (a dialogue with Paul Maier).” Bible Review 20,3 (2004) 30-32.
Review: Render to God: New Testament Understandings of the Divine by J. Neyrey. Catholic Biblical Quarterly 67 (2005) 533-34.
“The Gospel of Thomas and Historical Jesus Research,” pp. 663-84 in L. Painchaud et P.-H. Poirier, eds., Coptica, Gnostica, et Manichaica. Mélanges offerts à Wolf-Peter Funk à l’occasion de son 60e anniversaire. BCNH, section “Études,” 7 (Québec: Laval/Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters, 2006).
“The Gospel of Thomas and Christian Beginnings,” pp. 1-18 in Jon Asgiersson, et al., eds., The Gospel of Thomas in Recent Study (NHMS 59; Brill: Leiden, 2006).
Review: Thomas: Seeking the Historical Context of the Gospel of Thomas by Risto Uro. Journal of Religion 86 (2006) 112-13.
Review: Christian Identity in the Jewish and Graeco-Roman World by Judith Lieu. Journal of Religion 86 (2006) 108-9.
“The Parable of the Catch of Fish: A Brief History (On Matthew 13:47-50 and Gospel of Thom 8),” in L. Painchaud et P.-H. Poirier, eds., L’Évangile selon Thomas et les textes de Nag Hammadi. Traditions et convergences. Actes du colloque tenu à Québec du 29 au 31 mai 2003. BCNH, section “Études,” 8 (Québec: Laval/Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters, 2007) 363-76.
Review: Biblical Interpretation: History, Context, and Reality ed. by Christine Helmer. Catholic Biblical Quarterly 69 (2007) 859-61.
“Jesus Meets Plato: The Theology of the Gospel of Thomas,” pp. 181-205 in J. Frey, et al., ed., Das Thomasevangelium, Entstehung – Rezeption – Theologie. BZNW 157 (Berlin: de Gruyter, 2008).
Review: The Gospel of Thomas and Wisdom by Stevan Davies. Catholic Biblical Quarterly 70 (2008) 142-44.
“A Rhetorical Gem in a Rhetorical Treasure.” Biblical Theology Bulletin 39/2 (2009) 87-94.
Review: Q: The Earliest Gospel by John Kloppenborg. Catholic Biblical Quarterly 71 (2009) 903-4.
“An Unanswered Question: Apocalyptic Expectation and Jesus’ Basileia Proclamation.” Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus 8 (2010) 67-79.

Forthcoming:


“The Gospel of (Judas) Thomas and the Synoptic Problem,” in J. Kloppenborg, et al., eds., The Oxford Conference in the Synoptic Problem (Peeters).
“The Gospel of Luke,” in Michael Coogan, gen. ed., The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Books of the Bible and Oxford Biblical Studies On-Line.
“The Gospel of Thomas: A Bibliography” in Christopher Matthews, ed., Oxford Bibliographies On-Line.
“The View from Across the Euphrates,” in Harvard Theological Review.
“Apocalyptic or Prophecy and the Problem of Polyvalence: Lessons from the Gospel of Thomas,” in Journal of Biblical Literature.
“The Discovery and Significance of the Oxyrhynchus Papyri, in Biblical Archaeology Review.


Selected Academic Papers and Lectures
"Q 7:31-35: We Piped and You Did Not Dance, We Wailed and You Did Not Mourn." Pacific States Regional Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting, San Francisco (Spring, 1985)
"Sources, Redaction, and Tendenz in the Acts of Peter and the Twelve Apostles (NHC VI, 1)." International Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting, Copenhagen (Summer, 1989)
"Fire and Dissension: Ipsissima Vox Jesu in Q 12:49, 51-53?" Jesus Seminar, Toronto (Fall, 1989)
"From John to Jesus: Gospel of Thomas 3 and 113 and the Problem of Christian Origins." Jesus Seminar, Sonoma (Spring, 1990).
"Jesus and Paul: Time for Another Look." Central States Region Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting, Columbia, Missouri (Spring, 1990).
"The Gospel of Thomas and the Historical Jesus: Retrospectus and Prospectus." Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting, New Orleans (Fall, 1990).
"Christian Faith and the Quest of the Historical Jesus." Jesus Seminar, Sonoma (Spring, 1991).
"The Gospel of Thomas and the Historical Jesus." Jesus Seminar, Edmonton, Alberta (Fall, 1991).
"The End of Eschatology?" Jesus Seminar, Sonoma (Spring, 1992).
"Q 11:27-28." SBL International Q Seminar Meeting, Claremont (Summer, 1992).
"Jews, Greeks, and Christians: Why Paul Failed at Antioch." Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting, San Francisco (Fall, 1992)
"Wisdom in Q and Thomas." Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting, Washington, D. C. (Fall, 1993)
"Q 11:27-28 Database." Society of Biblical Literature International Q Seminar Meeting, Rattenbach, Germany (Summer, 1994).
"The Mystery of the Gospel of Thomas." Keynote Lectures, The Jesus Seminar, Santa Rosa, CA (Fall, 1994).
"Using Thomas to Reconstruct Q." Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting, Chicago (Fall, 1994).
"Why Did Earliest Christians Say: 'God Has Raised Jesus from the Dead'?" Jesus Seminar (Spring, 1995).
"The Gospel of Thomas and Christian Origins." Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting/50th Anniversary Commemoration of the Discovery of the Nag Hammadi Library, Philadelphia (Fall, 1995).
"The Historical Jesus and the Search for God." The Jesus Seminar, Santa Rosa, CA (Spring, 1996).
"Askesis and the Early Jesus Tradition." Asceticism and the New Testament, University of Toronto Symposium (Fall, 1996).
"A Primitive Gospel of James?" Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting, New Orleans (Fall, 1996).
"The Real Jesus Seminar (A Response to Luke Timothy Johnson's The Real Jesus)." Central States Region Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting, Kansas City (Spring, 1997).
"Jesus and the Empire of God." The Jesus Seminar, Santa Rosa, CA (Spring, 1997).
"Rudolf Bultmann and the Historical Jesus." The Jesus Seminar, Santa Rosa, CA (Spring, 1997).
“Who Are the ‘Poor to the World’ in James?” Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting, Boston, MA (Fall, 1999).
“Response to Charles Hedrick’s When History and Faith Collide.” Society of Biblical Literature Regional Meeting, Kansas City, MO (Spring, 2000).
“The God of Jesus: Talking About God after Jesus.” The Jesus Seminar, Santa Rosa, CA (Fall, 2000).
“Consider Yourself Dead: On the Martyrological Understanding of Jesus’ Death.” The Jesus Seminar, Rhonert Park, CA (Spring 2001).
“The Gospel of Thomas and Christian Beginnings.” Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado (Fall, 2001).
“The Historical Jesus.” Lecture, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale (Fall, 2002).
“If You Give a Mouse a Cookie: Historical Jesus Study and the Life of the Church.” The Jesus Seminar, Santa Rosa, CA (Spring, 2003).
“The Parable of the Net.” Colloque internationale “L’Évangile selon Thomas et les texts de Nag Hammadi. Traditions et convergences, Université Laval, Québec (Spring 2003).
“The Gospel of Thomas and the Historical Jesus.” Catholic Biblical Association, San Francisco (Summer 2003).
“The First Question.” Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting (Fall, 2004).
“Rethinking the Death of Jesus.” Lectures, Charis Ecumenical Center, Concordia College (Spring, 2005).
“A Tale of Two Parables.” Lecture, a Symposium on the Parables of Jesus, Amherst College (Spring, 2005).

“Jesus Meets Plato: Middle Platonic Anthropology in the Gospel of Thomas.” Das Thomasevangelium im Kontext der früchristlichen un spätantiken Literatur- und Religionsgeschichte, Eisenach/Universität Jena (Fall, 2006).


“The Gospel of (Judas) Thomas and the Synoptic Problem.” The Oxford Conference in the Synoptic Problem, Oxford (Spring, 2008).
“A Rhetorical Gem in a Rhetorical Treasure: The Origin and Significance of 1 Corinthians 13:4-7.” The Aquinas Institute (Fall, 2008).
“The Gospel of Thomas: Negotiating Rome?.” Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting (Fall, 2008).
“Doubting Thomas: Is the Gospel of Thomas an Authentic Witness to Jesus? (A Debate with Craig Evans).” Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (Spring, 09).
“Wisdom, Apocalyptic, and Gnomic Polyvalence: Lessons from the Gospel of Thomas.” Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting (Fall, 2009).
“The View from Across the Euphrates: Gospel of Thomas in Edessa.” The Jesus Seminar, Plenary Address (Spring, 2009).
“John, Jesus, and the Empire of God.” Society of Biblical Literature Midstates Regional Meeting (Spring, 2009).
“Everything in Parables: On Jesus’ Style.” The Greer-Heard Point-Counterpoint Forum in Faith and Culture, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (Winter, 2010).
“Was Jesus an Apocalyptic Prophet? (a Debate with Dale Allison, Gerd Lüdemann, Robert Miller, and Stephen J. Patterson),” The Jesus Seminar on Christian Origins (Spring, 2010).

Selected Public Lectures, Addresses and Seminars
"The Gospel of Thomas Today." Lecture, Toronto School of Theology (Fall 1989).
"Thomas and Q: The Early Christian Sayings Tradition." Lecture, Xavier University, Cincinnati (Fall, 1990).
"Before There Was a Bible: Non-Canonical Writings and the Origins of Christianity." Lecture, University of Indianapolis (Fall, 1991).
"Sources for a Life of Jesus." Lecture, The Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. Smithsonian Seminars: Modern Scholarship Looks at the Gospels (with Marcus Borg and John Dominic Crossan) (Fall, 1993).
"Qumran and Christian Origins." Lecture, American Jewish Committee Interfaith Lecture Series, St. Louis (Spring, 1994).
"Who Was Jesus?" Lecture, Covenant Seminary, St. Louis (Winter, 1994).
"Shall We teach What Jesus Taught?" The Callista Olds Lecture in Biblical Studies, Defiance College (Fall, 1994).
"Jews, Christians, and Jesus." Keynote Lecture, American Jewish Committee Interfaith Lecture Series, St. Louis (Winter, 1995).
"The Origin of the Resurrection Tradition." Lecture, South Florida Theological Center, Miami (Spring, 1995).
"Neither Jew Nor Greek: Paul and the Promise of Diversity." Introductory Address, U. C. C. Office for Church in Society Racism Workshop (Fall, 1995).
"Rethinking Eschatology and Christian Origins." Seminar Presentation, Philadelphia Seminar on Christian Origins, University of Pennsylvania (Fall, 1995).
"The Historical Jesus Today." Lecture, Webster University (Winter, 1996).
"The Historical Jesus and the Search for God." Annual Lectures, Church of the Crossroads, Honolulu, HI (Spring, 1996).
"The Challenge of the Historical Jesus." The Yinger Lectures, Union Congregational Church, U. C. C., Montclair, N.J. (Summer, 1996).
"From Jesus to the Gospel (On the Meaning of Historical Jesus Research)." Keynote Lectures, Annual Theology Symposium, Graceland College (Winter, 1997).
"Jesus: What Did He Say? What Did He Do? Why Does It Matter?" Lecture, Heidelberg College (Spring, 1998).
“The Search for God in Jesus.” Jesus Seminar ‘On the Road.’ Rice University, Houston, TX (Fall, 2000).

“Who’s Afraid of the Historical Jesus?” Keynote, Symposium on Modern Scholarship and the Church, Carthage College and Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI (Spring 2001).


“The Historical Jesus and the Search for Meaning.” Lecture, The University of Minnesota, Deptartment of Classics and Ancient Near Eastern Studies (Fall, 2001).
“The Bible and Homosexuality in the Life of the Church.” Symposium for the Nebraska Conference of the United Church of Christ and Vine Congregational UCC in Lincoln, NE (Fall, 2001).
“The Mystery of the Gospel of Thomas.” Symposium at Myers Park Baptist Church, Charlotte, NC (Fall, 2002).
“Jesus and the Wisdom Tradition.” JSOR Symposium (with Lloyd Geering) at Wesley Memorial United Church, Edmonton, Alberta (Fall, 2002).
“Jesus and the Apocalypse.” (With Bart Ehrman) The Sundet Lectures in New Testament and Christian Studies, University of Minnesota (Fall, 2003).
“The Gospel of Thomas Today.” Keynote Lectures, The Foundation for Contemporary Theology, Houston (Fall, 2003).
“From Berlin to Bangalore: Rethinking Certain Chapters in the Quest for the Historical Jesus.” Lecture, United Theological College, Bangalore, India (Summer, 2004).
“Rethinking the Death of Jesus.” Lectures, Charis Ecumenical Center, Concordia College (Spring, 2005).
“A Tale of Two Parables.” Lecture, a Symposium on the Parables of Jesus, Amherst College (Spring, 2005).
“The Parables of Jesus: Images in Word and Sculture.” With Charles McCollough, sculptor. New Jersey Association, United Church of Christ, Annual Meeting (Fall, 2005).
“The Historical Jesus, Then and Now.” Lecture, a Symposium on the Historical Jesus Today, Chattanooga State Community College (Fall, 2005).
“Beyond the Passion.” Westar Institute Summer Seminar, Asilomar (Summer, 06).
“The Gospel of Thomas Today.” Foundation for Contemporary Theology, Kansas City (Fall, 2006).
“The Gospel of Thomas Today.” Biblical Archaeology Society Biblefest, Washington, D.C. (Fal, 2006).
“Rethinking the Death and Life of Jesus.” Foundation for Contemporary Theology, Houston (Spring, 2007).
“Women and the Origins of Christianity.” Christus Rex Lutheran Center/Philosophy and Religion Department, University of North Dakota – JSOR (Spring, 2007).
“The Jesus Seminar Mutiny…” The Alethea and John A. Schiffman Lecture in Religious Studies, Columbia College (Fall, 2007).
“Reclaiming the Jesus Movement.” Doane College (Winter, 2008).
“The Gospel of Thomas.” Trinity Theological Seminary, Accra, Ghana (Winter, 2009).
“The Historical Jesus Today.” Trinity Theological Seminary, Accra, Ghana (Winter, 2009).


Radio and Television Appearances
Dr. Patterson has been a guest on The Tom Snyder Show (CBS Radio Network), Eye on Faith with Ron Way (ABC Radio Network), The Diane Rehm Show (NPR), and many local television and radio shows. He also appears frequently on documentaries airing on the A & E Network, the Discovery Channel, the History Channel, and the National Geographic Channel, and is featured in the popular series Living the Questions.




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