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A. K. M. Adam

Tutor in New Testament and Greek

Adam received a bachelor's degree from Bowdoin College (1979) majoring in philosophy. He earned an M.Div. (1986) and S.T.M. (1987) from Yale Divinity School and was ordained as an Episcopal priest. He received a Ph.D. in New Testament from Duke University in 1991, where he developed his thesis, "New Testament Theology and the Problem of Modernity" under Dan O. Via. After receiving his doctorate from Duke, he went to become Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Eckerd College from 1991 to 1994. He was appointed Assistant Professor of New Testament at Princeton Theological Seminary, where he taught for 5 years (1994–1999). From 1999 to 2008, Adam was Professor of New Testament at Seabury-Western Theological Seminary.
At the end of his time at Seabury Adam completed a one-year appointment as Visiting Professor at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. In 2009 he moved to Glasgow, Scotland, joining the staff of the University of Glasgow as lecturer in New Testament Studies in September 2009;[1] beginning in Michaelmas 2013, he joined the staff of St Stephen's House, Oxford, as Tutor in New Testament, and Oriel College as College Lecturer in Theology.[2]
Throughout his academic career, Adam has also served the Church as a priest, including the Parish of St. Luke's in Evanston, Illinois, and St. Mary's Cathedral, Glasgow.[3]

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