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Recent Publications and Research

 

The legal art of Irnerius: The hermeneutics behind the medieval renaissance of Roman law

Studia Canonica (2020): forthcoming.

Mark 14:51–52: A Sociorhetorical Reading of the Text and Conclusions Drawn from the History of Its Interpretation (with Michael A. G. Haykin)

In Paul and Matthew Among Jews and Gentiles. Essays in Honour of Terence L. Donaldson, ed. Ronald Charles; Library of New Testament Studies; (London: T & T Clark (Bloomsbury Publishing), 2020), forthcoming.

John

In The Oxford Handbook of New Testament Rhetoric, ed. Mark Given (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020), forthcoming.

The descent of the soul in Macrobius and William of Conches

In Plato in Late Antiquity, the Middle Ages and Modern Times: Selected papers from the Seventeenth Annual Conference of the International Society for Neoplatonic Studies, ed. John F.  Finamore and Mark Nyvlt (Bream: The Prometheus Trust in association with the International Society for Neoplatonic Studies, 2020), 75-92.

Aristotle as Critic of Plato’s Rhetoric: Some Conclusions, Questions and Implications

Science et Esprit 72, no. 1–2 (2020): 49–72

Growing Into Being Catholic

In Canadian Converts: The Path to Rome: Volume 2, 40–58. Ottawa: Justin Press, 2018.

Eyes Wide Open, Seeing Nothing: The Challenge of the Gospel of John’s Non-Visualizable Texture for Readings Using Visual Texture

In The art of visual exegesis: Rhetoric, texts, images,  ed. Vernon K. Robbins, Walter S. Melion, and Roy R. Jeal  (ESEC 19; Atlanta: SBL Press, 2017), 121-167.

See the review by Prof. Davina Lopez, Review of Biblical Literature 02/2018.

Methodology for Rhetography and Visual Exegesis of the Gospel of John

In The art of visual exegesis: Rhetoric, texts, images,  ed. Vernon K. Robbins, Walter S. Melion, and Roy R. Jeal  (ESEC 19; Atlanta: SBL Press, 2017), 89-120.

See the review by Prof. Davina Lopez, Review of Biblical Literature 02/2018.

Paul’s Inclusive Language: The Ideological Texture of Romans 1

In Foundations for Sociorhetorical Exploration: A Rhetoric of Religious Antiquity Reader, ed. Vernon K. Robbins, Robert H. von Thaden Jr., and Bart B. Bruehler, Rhetoric of Religious Antiquity (Atlanta: SBL Press, 2016), 119-148.

See the reviews by  Prof. Greg Carey, Review of Biblical Literature (2017) and by Dr. B. Fung, Theoforum 47 (02) 2017.

Visualizing Philippians: Ancient Rhetorical Practice Meets Cognitive Science Through Sociorhetorical Interpretation

In Paul and Ancient Rhetoric: Theory and Practice in the Hellenistic Context, edited by Stanley E. Porter and Bryan R. Dyer, 265–84. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016.

An Important Stoic Influence in Matthew’s Sermon on the Mount: The Significance of Single-Mindedness

Theoforum 46, no. 1 (2015): 165–83.

Rhetorical discourses in Gospel of John and Acts of John: A response

In Jesus and Mary reimagined in early Christian literature, ed. Vernon K. Robbins and Jonathan M. Potter (Writings from the Greco-Roman world supplements; Atlanta: SBL, 2015), 291-312.

See the review by Prof. E. M. Wainwright, Review of Biblical Literature 02/2019.

RECENT BOOK REVIEWS

Czachesz, István. Cognitive Science and the New Testament: A New Approach to Early Christian Research. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017.  In Review of Biblical Literature (2018).

Danielson, Dennis. The Tao of Right and Wrong. Vancouver, BC: Regent College Publishing, 2018. In Theoforum (forthcoming).

Parsons, Mikeal C., and Michael Wade Martin. Ancient Rhetoric and the New Testament: The Influence of Elementary Greek Composition. Harrisburg, Pa.: Trinity Press International, 2019. In Review of Biblical Literature (2020), with Dr. Michael Klassen.

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