Lorne Zelyck


Dr. Lorne Zelyck
St. Joseph's College
University of Alberta  
Edmonton, AB  T6G 2J5
Canada

Email:  zelyck@ualberta.ca

Office: 0-11 St. Joseph's College

Voicemail: 780-492-5272


Specialization

Canonical and apocryphal gospels; New Testament; early Christianity; early Church fathers; Gnosticism

Academic Appointments

2013 - present Assistant Professor in Biblical Studies, St. Joseph's College, University of Alberta, Canada 
2012-2013 Sessional Lecturer in Biblical Studies, St. Joseph's College, University of Alberta, Canada 

Education

2012 PhD in Divinity, University of Cambridge
Dissertation: The Reception of the Fourth Gospel in the Extra-Canonical Gospels
2007 Master of Theology, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
Concentration: New Testament
Thesis: The Gnostics’ Use of the Fourth Gospel in the Second Century
2006 Master of Divinity, Phoenix Seminary
Concentration: Biblical Communication
2000 Bachelor of Science, University of Alberta
Concentration: Agriculture/Animal Science

Monographs

John among the Other Gospels: The Reception of the Fourth Gospel in the Extra-Canonical Gospels, WUNT II 347 (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2013).

Articles

“Reconsidering the Date(s) of the Egerton Gospel,” Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik (forthcoming) [co-authored with Peter Malik]
“The Text and Function of P. Berol. 11710 Revisited,” Journal of Theological Studies (forthcoming) [co-authored with Joseph E. Sanzo]
“Matthew 18:1-14 and the Exposure and Sexual Abuse of Children in the Roman World,” Biblica 98 (2017): 37–54
“Elisha Typology in Jesus’ Miracle on the Jordan River (Papyrus Egerton 2, 2v.6–14),” New Testament Studies 62 (2016): 149–156
“Irenaeus and the Authorship of the Fourth Gospel,” in S.E. Porter, ed., The Origins of John’s Gospel, Johannine Studies 2 (Leiden: Brill Publishers, 2015), 239–258
“Recontextualizing Papyrus Oxyrhynchus 840,” Early Christianity 5 (2014): 178–197
“Parallel Material in the Fourth Gospel, Apocryphal Gospels, and Early Church Fathers: The Influence of the Fourth Gospel or Dependence on a Common Source/Tradition?,” in J. Schröter, ed., The Apocryphal Gospels within the Context of Early Christian Theology, BETL 260 (Leuven: Leuven University Press – Peeters, 2013), 675–692

Courses Taught

CHRTC 100 Introduction to the Bible
CHRTC 266 Jesus in the New Testament
CHRTC 267 The New Testament Letters: An Introduction
CHRTC 354 The Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke
CHRTC 358 The Gospel and Epistles of John