Robert Myles has posted the Table of Contents for an upcoming book to which I am contributing, Class Struggle in the New Testament which will be published by Fortress Academic/Lexington Press. The Table of Contents looks amazing! Class Struggle in the New Testament! (Robert J. Myles) Jesus, the Temple, and the Crowd: A Way Less […]
For those interested, an advance version of my article for the journal Method and Theory in the Study of Religion has been posted to the Brill website.
A recent guest blog post at The Shiloh Project that I wrote has recently been uploaded. The Shiloh Project is important work concerning rape culture and the bible – this particular blog post addresses the healing of the centurion’s slave and how rape culture informs certain interpretations of the passage. You can find the post […]
A new article I wrote was recently published in The Bible and Critical Theory. It is titled “Rethinking the Gay Centurion: Sexual Exceptionalism, National Exceptionalism in Readings of Matt. 8:5-13//Luke 7:1-10”. You can find it online here: http://novaojs.newcastle.edu.au/ojsbct/index.php/bct/article/view/614
Robert Myles has yet another fantastic blog post, this time examining the entirely conventional rhetoric of subversion in historical Jesus studies. This is good food for thought as I write about the conventionality of scholarly work on the question of taxation in the Gospel of Mark. If these scholars’ Jesus were really so radical, why […]