Mark

Review: Mark and the Elijah-Elisha Narrative: Considering the Practice of Greco-Roman Imitation in the Search for Markan Source Material

This is not going to be a traditional review. I purchased this book, for my thesis work, which was inspired

Mark

Do all literary sources need to be, well, literary? Adam Winn on (non-)literary sources

I am trying to write my proposed SBL paper (since it is my first time, I have to turn the

Mimesis

Mimesis Explains Why We Struggle with Isaac’s Binding

As a reminder, I am reading several books on mimesis for my upcoming thesis work. This is not a review

Thesis

Summery of Portents in Josephus and in the Gospels – S.V. McCasland

This is a review, for memory’s sake, of an article related to my eventual thesis. Entitled, Portents in Josephus and

Mimesis

Exploring Mimesis – Theatre and Theatricality

As a reminder, I am reading several books on mimesis for my upcoming thesis work. This is not a review

Mimesis

Exploring Mimesis – Imitatio, or rhetorical imitation

As a reminder, I am reading several books on mimesis for my upcoming thesis work. This is not a review

Mimesis

Exploring Mimesis – The New Critical Idiom, Aristotle’s Poetics

As a reminder, I am reading several books on mimesis for my upcoming thesis work. This is not a review

Mimesis

An Appeal to Scripture as Mimesis

For discussion of course, but Aristotle, in calling the poet an imitator, notes that the poet validate themselves and their