Bible Translation

Wrestling with the Two Headed Monster of John 3.16

Hello My name is Jeremy Shank. I am pastor at Thornville UMC in the Foothills District. I am currently blogging

Books

Review, “Reading John”

Christopher W. Skinner’s latest work, Reading John, stands out as a bridge to a wider world of Johannine scholarship. At

Books

in the mail: “Reading John”

I’ve flipped through it and read the introduction. Thus far, it looks like a great tool to have for those

Books

Review of @fortresspress’s “The Vine and the Son of Man: Eschatological Interpretation of Psalm 80 in Early Judaism”

In the last few decades, academia has produced few, but great intertextual scholars. I suspect that soon we will add

Doctoral Work

The Use of Deuteronomy in the Fourth Gospel, Part 3 (former prospectus)

I am changing my dissertation focus from a literary analysis of the Fourth Gospel’s use of Deuteronomy┬áto something else. Therefore,

Doctoral Work

The Use of Deuteronomy in the Fourth Gospel, Part 2 (former prospectus)

I am changing my dissertation focus from a literary analysis of the Fourth Gospel’s use of Deuteronomy┬áto something else. Therefore,

Doctoral Work

The Use of Deuteronomy in the Fourth Gospel, Part 1 (former prospectus)

I am changing my dissertation focus from a literary analysis of the Fourth Gospel’s use of Deuteronomy to something else.

Gospel Criticism

on John’s use of Mark – the thrice prediction

I found this old post of James McGrath about the prediction of Jesus’s death. I guess I found it like