Morten Hørning Jensen

Adjunct Professor

New Testament

Phone: 22590500

Presentation

Morten Hørning Jensen is appointed professor II (New Testament) and has a field of expertise in the historical period of the New Testament with special emphasis on Galilee in the first century. He teaches New Testament Cultural History and participates in MF's biannual course taught in Israel.

Latest academic publications

  • Jensen, M. H. (2019). Atonement Theology in the Gospel of Mark as Isaianic Proximity to the Divine. Biblica, 100(1), s. 84 - 104. ISSN: 0006-0887
  • Jensen, M. H. (2018). Magdala/Taricheae and the Jewish Revolt. Magdala of Galilee : A Jewish City in the Hellenistic and Roman Period, s. 269 - 286. Baylor University Press. ISBN: 9781481302937
  • Jensen, M. H. (2014). The Political History in Galilee from the First Century BCE to the end of the Second Century CE. Galilee in the Late Second Temple and Mishnaic Periods, Volume 1: Life, Culture, and Society, s. 51 - 77. Fortress Press. ISBN: 9781451466744
  • Jensen, M. H. (2013). Purity and politics in Herod Antipas's Galilee : the case for religious motivation. Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus, 11(1), s. 3 - 34. ISSN: 1476-8690

Education and professional practice

2001cand.theol., Aarhus Universitet
2001Pastoralseminariet, Århus
2001Hebrew University of Jerusalem
2005Ph.d-grad, Aarhus Universitet
2007Tillægseksamener: klassisk græsk, Københavns Universitet
2007webapplikationer, Aarhus Universitet