William Arnal

William Arnal is a Professor at the Department of Religious Studies of the University of Regina, Canada. His early research was based on a thorough examination of the sociological conditions of the Q source and the discourses that stemmed from it in the 1st and 2nd centuries CE. His research has been focused on ancient Christianity, New Testament scholarship, and the politics of Religious Studies. He has delved extensively on ancient Christian sources like Q, the Gospel of Thomas, the Pauline letters, among others.

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Ancient Christian Origins: A Heterogeneous History

In this week’s episode, the RSP’s Sidney Castillo talks with Professor William Arnal about ancient Christian origins and the development of Christianity through New Testament sources such as the Gospel of Thomas and Q.



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