Scott Lewis S.J.

Scott Lewis, S.J.

B.A.; M.A.; M.Div.; S.S.L.; S.T.L.; S.T.D.

Vice President & Dean, Regis College
Associate Professor, New Testament

scott.lewis@utoronto.ca
Room 112; ext. 256

Teaching Level: Basic Degree, GCTS Full (Regular Faculty)
Specializations: New Testament
Departments:
Biblical

  • Research Interests and Expertise

    • Apocalyptic Literature and Theology
    • Death and the afterlife in Second Temple Judaism and early Christianity
    • Spirituality, religious experience, and Christian life in the New Testament
    • Roman imperial cult; Greco-Roman religions
    • The Bible and violence – the works of Girard, Alison, Horsely, Drewermann, and Griffith.
    • Gospel of John
    • Letters of Paul; Pauline communities

  • Courses

    • RGB1501H An Introduction to the New Testament
    • RGB2665H Gospel of Luke
    • RGB2671H Gospel of John
    • RGB2708H Letters of Paul
    • RGB3735H Corinthian Correspondence
    • RGB3805H The Bible and Violence
    • RGB3811H Religious Experience in the Ancient Mediterranean
    • RGB3821H Spirituality and Christian Life in the New Testament
    • RGB3902H Interpreting the Bible in the Early Church: First Four Centuries
    • RGB5521Y New Testament Methodology
    • RGB5673H Acts of the Apostles
    • RGB5681H Issues in Johannine Scholarship
    • RGB6735H Corinthian Correspondence
    • RGB6805H The Bible and Violence
    • RGB6811H Religious Experience in the Ancient Mediterranean
    • RGB6821H Spirituality and Christian Life in the New Testament
    • RGB6902H Interpreting the Bible in the Early Church: First Four Centuries