Ron Cameron (biblical scholar)

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Ron Cameron (born 1951) is an American biblical scholar. He is currently a professor of religion at Wesleyan University.[1][2] He is an editor of the SBL Seminar on Ancient Myths and Modern Theories of Christian Origins, a series which reassesses the agenda of modern scholarship on Christian origins.

Published works[edit]

  • Redescribing Christian Origins Ron Cameron, Merrill P. Miller - 2004
  • Redescribing Paul and the Corinthians Ron Cameron, Merrill P. Miller - 2011
  • The Other Gospels: Non-Canonical Gospel Texts Ron Cameron - 2001 - Sixteen texts constituting what remains of the non-canonical gospels from the first and second centuries. Some of these apocryphal gospels are from the Nag Hammadi library, made available only recently.
  • editor of The Apocryphal Jesus and Christian Origins (Semeia 49).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Reimagining Christian origins: a colloquium honoring Burton L. Mack - Page xi Burton L. Mack, Elizabeth Anne Castelli, Hal Taussig - 1996 "Ron Cameron is associate professor of religion at Wesleyan University. His published works include The Other ... He is also the editor of The Apocryphal Jesus and Christian Origins (Semeia 49). Shawn Carruth is assistant professor of religion ..."
  2. ^ Critics Not Caretakers: Redescribing the Public Study of Religion - Page 3 Russell T. McCutcheon - 2001 "Allen (1996) So went an exchange between Charlotte Allen and Ron Cameron, a scholar of Christian origins, that opens Allen's Lingua Franca cover article on the conflict between two approaches to the study of religion."