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Dr A K M Adam

Dr A K M Adam (AKMA) tutors the New Testament portion of the Introduction to the Bible paper for first-years; he also tutors the Gospels, and the Paul and Pauline Tradition papers for finalists, in addition to supervising undergraduate theses on occasion.

AKMA read philosophy at Bowdoin College in the United States. He trained for ordained ministry (M.Div.) at the Berkeley Divinity School at Yale Divinity School, then continued for a second masters (S.T.M.) at Yale Divinity before undertaking doctoral studies at Duke University. Since then he has taught at Eckerd College, Princeton Theological Seminary, Seabury Western Theological Seminary, Duke University, the University of Glasgow, and at St Stephen’s House and Regent’s Park colleges in Oxford.

Research Interests

AKMA’s academic interests focus on the Judaic character of Matthew’s Gospel and the Epistle of James, and in the theoretical justification of biblical interpretations that disregard the limitations of historical verification. 

Selected Publications

An article titled ‘James and the Miraculous’ is forthcoming in a volume, Biblical Traditions and the Miraculous.

For a full list of publications, please click here.