Mimesis

Exploring Mimesis – The New Critical Idiom, Chapter 1 – Plato’s Joke?

I get this feeling that we are all, historically, being left out of Plato’s joke. In the Republic, Plato takes

Scholarship

Could the Gospel Stories be Vocational?

My MA(TS) Thesis will focus on mark 5.1-20, using rhetorical criticism to highlight the source material. I’m not really struggling

Mimesis

Exploring Mimesis – The New Critical Idiom, Introduction

I have a Master’s thesis due in just a few short months. I will be using a paper written for

Mark

Exegesis Mark 5.1-20 – Part 3 – Josephus and Mark, Dueling Propagandists

The History of Vespasian and Simon bar Giora according to Josephus According to Josephus, the soon-to-be Roman Emperor advanced on

Mark

Exegesis of Mark 5.1-20 – Part 2 – Kennedy in View

Examination of the Period’s Trend of Literary Rhetoric In a chapter devoted to literary rhetoric in George Kennedy’s classical treatment

Mark

Exegesis of Mark 5.1-20 – Part 1 – Winn’s Purpose as Backdrop

The next three posts will be in a series. It is the rough draft, well you know, of my exegesis