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Ph.D. Mateusz Kusio


2015 – bachelor’s degree in philosophy and theology (Oxford University); 2017 – master’s degree in theology (Oxford University); 2019 – doctorate in theology (Oxford University).

2020-22 – Alexander-von-Humboldt Stiftung scholarship at Humboldt University in Berlin (project: preparation of a critical edition, English translation and commentary on Kommodian poetry; under the supervision of Prof. Christoph Markschies)

Interests: history of early Christianity and ancient Judaism; biblical studies; apocryphal literature; apocalyptic and eschatology; sociology of religion; ancient Rome of the principate periods

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Most important scholarly articles

  • “‘To Become Like His Brothers’ – Divine Sonship and Brotherhood in Hebrews” [w:] G. Allen, K. Akagi, P. Sloan, M. Nevander (red.), Son of God: Divine Sonship in Jewish and Christian Antiquity. University Park, PA: Eisenbrauns, 2019 (str. 171–187). https://doi.org/10.5325/j.ctv14gpcwm.15

  • “The Origin of Beliar in Sibylline Oracle 3.63: A New Proposal.” Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha 29.3 (2020): 168–184. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0951820720902124

  • The Antichrist Tradition in Antiquity. Antimessianism in Second Temple and Early Christian Literature. WUNT II/532. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2020. https://www.mohrsiebeck.com/en/book/the-antichrist-tradition-in-antiquity-9783161593468

  • “Kolorystyka biblijna i metafory ucieleśnione na przykładzie czerni w Pieśni nad Pieśniami 1,5–6 i jej wczesnej recepcji” [w:] M. Hetmański, A. Zykubek (red), Metafory ucieleśnione. Lublin: Academicon, 2021 (str. 145–165). https://doi.org/10.52097/10.52097/acapress.9788362475810.145-165

  • “Apocalypse on the Mount: The Relationship Between Matthew 5:18 and 27:45, 51b”. The Biblical Annals 11.1 (2021): 79–97. https://czasopisma.kul.pl/ba/article/view/11187