Publications and Papers

Blogging my Book: Day 3 – Avoiding Parallelomania

I encountered the term parallelomania, as I recall, in a French book of about 1830, whose title and author I

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Book Announcement: Mimetic Criticism of the Gospel of Mark – Introduction and Commentary

Mimetic Criticism of the Gospel of Mark: An Introduction and Commentary (Wipf and Stock, 2013) What if the story of

Other Posts

I will no longer be blogging on Mark’s Gospel, Lucan and Roman Rhetoric #bookdeal

Why? Because I have an offer for publication for my proposal of “Mimetic Criticism of the Gospel of Mark.” Once

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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

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Winn, Mark, Mimesis, and a Hopeful SBL Presentation

Dr. Adam Winn’s second book, to the right, has been reviewed for RBL by Dean Deppe, of Calvin Theological Seminary.

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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

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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

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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