I tend to think so. Sure, it might go better at the International SBL, but I do think that maybe we should, if we haven’t already, start one. Maybe I’m missing it. Help me out if I’m missing something. I’d like to see it look at how Matthew and Luke used Mark.
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I’ll be presenting: How is that a blogger went from knowing it all, to knowing nothing to writing an academic book? This paper will seek to answer those questions, showing the value of accessible scholars and scholarship and the effect it has had on my, moving me from fundamentalism, pushing me into seminary, and finally, […]
I am trying to write my proposed SBL paper (since it is my first time, I have to turn the entire paper in). It will be fore Markan Literary sources: This Seminar on Markan Literary Sources will explore Mark’s literary dependence on extant literature, especially Jewish, Christian, and Greco-Roman—a topic that has long been neglected. […]
I want to submit a paper for next years SBL… thoughts? Suggestions? What are the requirements?
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Got here a few minutes late, but… The real reader is an accomplice in the making of the meaning – Geert Van Oyen Oyen is speaking about the ‘plural Jesuses’ in Marks two themes. Oddly enough, I was speaking with James McGrath and Mike Kok about my view that Mark was serving as the final […]
So, here we go… The main session… The most important session like forever…. Well, here we go… First mention of Occupy Wall Street. She is obviously a supporter. She’s correct that we need civic reporters. Yes, I agree with her regarding the the Palestinian situation. And she’s back to OWS. And now… How do you […]
My second session of the day… This is going to deal with the use of Matthew in Scripture… One of my professors will be presenting, but beyond that, I find it important because the use of Scripture in Matthew is the best way to approach using Scripture in Christian interpretation. The first presenter, Brandon Crowe, […]
As I do not have internet here, this is not really live blogging, but… Well, I guess it is because I’m blogging and I’m alive… This section is pretty important to me because it is going to explore the genealogies of the current field of rhetorical criticism. As I am new to this area of […]
I’m going to about 7 sessions, along with meeting with friends and a professor – which I am looking forward too. So… On Saturday, I will be in the Rhetoric and the New Testament section which will explore the genealogies of Rhetorical Criticism. Following that, I’ll go to the Matthew Section which will explore the use of Scripture in Matthew and […]