New Testament Perspectives interview with Adam Winn

I am saddened, just saddened that I did not think of this first. Anyway, here is my review of Winn’s book and then… Read Matthew’s interview:

Recently, I had the distinct pleasure to interact with Adam Winn concerning his book, Mark and the Elijah-Elisha Narrative: Considering the Practice of Greco-Roman Imitation in the Search for Markan Source Material. Winn’s work has been very influential on my own thinking, as I was able to present my first SBL annual paper in the seminar, Markan Literary Sources, in which Winn co-chairs. A copy of my work, “Of Kings and Mark: A Case of Mimesis in the Second Gospel,” can be found here. I am happy to say that Winn’s influence on my own work will also be witnessed again when I co-present a paper at SBL annual entitled, “Mark’s Mountain Mimesis: Exodus 24; 34 in Mark 9.2-15.”

via New Testament Perspectives: Mark and Literary Mimesis: An Interview with Adam Winn.

I hope Logos will carry this book soon… along with mine.

Bravo, Matthew, Brave.

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