Gospel Criticism

science approaches the way memory changes

Memory research is interesting exactly because of the way we remember things – even the way we remember the remembrances

Controversial

Remembering The Past may be good therapy!

I struggled to publish this here, but this is from the 90’s when I used to be a TV translator,

Social Memory Criticism

So… we are susceptible to false memories? But… but… the Gospels?

In a unique memory-distortion study with people with extraordinary memory ability, individuals with highly superior autobiographical memory (HSAM) were as

Social Memory Criticism

Can Pope Francis help us in our understanding of the Historical Jesus?

This is going to be a relatively short post, as all I really want to do is to start a

Social Memory Criticism

In which I discover something about Cognitive Memory Development that applies to the Gospels

I have a pre-pub copy of this book via Amazon Vine. As I set down to read this, I found

Scholarship

If you aren’t a scholar who blogs, this is your final warning — More on Remembering Tatian’s remembering

Anthony Le Donne proposed a topic about Tatian and social memory (here, here, and here). I believe that the use of social

Scholarship

But is the Diatessaron about Memory or Ease?

  The Jesus Blog: So you need a dissertation topic (Installment 3) – The Diatessaron as a Site of Counter-Memory.

Mimesis

Why does Le Donne Hate — hate with a passion hotter than a thousand suns — Bultmann

Kelber thought that what he was doing was a correction of the overly literary models of the form critics. Dunn