Love, Boundaries, and Sacred Texts 2109 Colloquium. Contributors to the colloquium were from the Universities of Manchester, Chester, and Lausanne (Switzerland). Manchester-based contributors included: Dr David Lamb, ‘The Boundaries of Love: Us and Them Language in 1 John 2:19’; Dr Benedict Kent, ‘Transgressive Reciprocity between God the Father and Jesus ‘the slave’ in Philippians 2:5-11’; Siobhán Jolley, ‘Mary Magdalene and the Gendered Boundaries of Love’; Dr Walter Houston, ‘Marrying out? The construction of boundaries in Ezra 9-10’; Dr Holly Morse, ‘Sex a/object: Women’s Bodies and Ethnic Boundaries in Deuteronomy 21, Ruth 3 and Ezekiel 16’; Dr Todd Klutz, ‘The Story of Judas in the Gospel of John: Redrawing the Boundaries of the Christ Cult’; and Dr Mi Ja Wi (NTC), ‘You will receive power to cross the boundaries: An examination of Acts 1:8’. Chester and Manchester, 2-3 May 2019. Further information.