{Insert Catchy Title} Adam Winn, Vespasian, and @garetrobinson

]] has made a decisive turn from the search for the literary sources of the Gospel of Mark to discovering


In the (e-)Mail from @FortressPress Resurrection as Anti-Imperial Gospel (Emerging Scholars)

Presuming that the heart of Paul’s gospel announcement was the news that God had raised Jesus from the dead (as


Is Diehl correct? (Jesus is Lord, Caesar is Not @ivpacademic)

In her essay “Anti-Imperial Rhetoric in the New Testament,” Judith A. Diehl, a New Testament professor at Denver Seminary, suggests