Graham H. Twelftree

Graham H. Twelftree |   

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  • Ph.D., University of Nottingham
  • M.A., University of Oxford
  • B.A., University of Adelaide

Courses Taught

  • Interpreting Scripture
  • Biblical Criticism
  • Biblical Hermeneutics
  • New Testament 1
  • New Testament 2
  • The Miraculous and the Biblical Traditions
  • Pauline Theology
  • Advanced Research Methodologies

Research Interests

I would welcome working with doctoral students in these and related areas:

  • Jesus the Baptist
  • The Historical Jesus
  • The History of the Demonic
  • Luke-Acts
  • The Historian and the New Testament
  • Saint Paul and the Miraculous
  • Exorcism Among Early Christians
  • Miracles, Miracle Workers and the Miraculous in Late Antiquity
  • The Miraculous in Christian and Other Traditions
  • Synoptic Studies
  • Pauline Theology
  • Johannine Theology

Current Research

  • "Salvation According to Luke," Festschrift chapter.
  • "The Miraculous in the New Testament: Recent Research" (article).
  • Early Christianity and Magic: The First Two Centuries book project.


  • Who's Who in America, 65th Edition, 2011.
  • Who’s Who Among American Teachers & Educators, 2007–2008
  • Faculty Research Grant, 2006
  • Regent University Faculty Award for Excellence, Fall 2007

Professional Memberships