Edwin Judge is regarded as one of the most important social historians of Christianity and one of Australia's leading intellectuals. After studying at Canterbury University, New Zealand, and Cambridge, England, he spent twelve years at Sydney University.He then accepted the inaugural History Chair in the field of Ancient History at Macquarie University where he initiated a collection of study materials, now enshrined in the Ancient History Documentary Research Centre.
He is considered the founder of what has come to be called the social-scientific criticism of the New Testament. A tally of his articles, reviews, occasional papers and other writings totals over 400.
CPX was honoured to be able to catch some of the thoughts of this key scholar.
- History and the test of faith
- Christian history
- The early Christians
- The empire of Augustus
- Testimony: a basis for history
- The writing of history: a Christian legacy
- The conversion of Constantine
- Constantine, the New Testament and Christendom
- Atheism, scepticism and belief
- Christianity and the 21st Century
- An examined life
- Education in the ancient world
- Sex and sexuality in the ancient world
- The place of women in early Christianity