Dr. Mina Monier is an Egyptian British scholar of the New Testament and Early Christianity. Born in Kuwait and raised in Cairo, he completed his first degree in Electrical Power engineering and pursued his theological study between Lebanon, the United States and the United Kingdom. He earned his PhD from King’s College London in the New Testament. He is currently a postdoc researcher at the department of Digitial Humanities (DH+), the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics. His research is part of the MARK16 project, led by Dr. Claire Clivaz, which aims to epitomize the use of digital humanities tools in addressing a classic New Testament problem, which is the end of the Gospel of Mark.
Mina Monier, Temple and Empire: The Context of the Temple Piety of Luke-Acts (Minneapolis: Lexington Fortress Academic, 2020).
— and Joan E. Taylor, “The Arabic Diatessaron and Dura Europos,” Journal of Theological Studies (2021): forthcoming.
— and H. A. G. Houghton, “Greek Manuscripts in Alexandria,” Journal of Theological Studies 71.1 (2020): 119-133
—, “GA 304, Theophylact and the Ending of Mark,” Filologia Neotestamentaria 32 (2019): 94-106.
—, “Reading Luke in Rome: The Lukan Attitude to the Temple and Roman Pietas,” Studia Patristica 99 (2018): 115-138.
—, “Apollos and the Church of Corinth,” Fédération Biblique Catholique [Arabic] 53 (2019): 539-556.