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ICCS Prize

ICCS Prize Winners for 2013 Announced

Feb. 27, 2014

by Joel Elowsky

The Institute for Classical Christian Studies is proud to announce the 2013 award winners for the Best Article(s) in Patristic Exegesis:

David L. Eastman (Ohio Wesleyan University)
“Paul Our Martyr: Unity and Schism in Early Christian North Africa”

Michel Libambu (University of Kinshasa)
“RESURRECTION DES MORTS OU RESURRECTION DES CORPS? Dynamique du langage exégétique d’Origène contre Celse.”

Papers submitted for consideration were assessed according to quality of argumentation, clarity of exposition, significance of the position argued, degree to which the paper advances the topic under discussion, contribution to global Christianity and depth of understanding of the ancient Christian writers.

We also want to announce that we are now receiving submissions for the 2014 ICCS STUDIES IN PATRISTIC EXEGESIS

$2000 First Prize

Prize in Patristic Exegesis

$1000 Additional Prizes

The paper must be a previously unpublished manuscript submitted in English. Manuscripts selected may be submitted simultaneously to peer-reviewed journals, or may be published digitally in English but in order for them to be considered for a prize, the articles submitted to other journals or publications must have a non-exclusive right to reprint agreement in order to be considered for award prizes in order to allow the ICCS to publish the paper, if it so chooses.

Submit manuscript (8,000 to 20,000 words) to the Institute for Classical Christian Studies, Eastern University, Box 949,1300 Eagle Rd, St. Davids, PA, 19087 or email by August 1, 2014. The award will be announced by November of 2014.