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Dr A K M Adam

AKMA has settled in Oxford where he tutors St Stephen’s House’s ordinands, and Oriel’s undergraduates, in New Testament and Greek — after stints teaching in the US at Eckerd College, Princeton Theological Seminary, Seabury-Western Seminary, and Duke University.

He and his wife Margaret taught in Scotland at the University of Glasgow before coming south to Oxford. He read Philosophy as an undergraduate at Bowdoin College, then trained for ordained ministry at Yale Divinity School, and wrote his doctoral thesis on New Testament theology at Duke University.

Research Interests

Dr Adam’s academic interests focus on Matthew’s Gospel and the Epistle of James, and on biblical interpretation as a practice integrated with liturgy, ethics, and doctrine.

Selected Publications

For recent publications, please see AKMA’s Theology Faculty page.