Doctoral Work

is Galatians written against the Roman imperial cult?

What follows is an unedited portion of my dissertation. In the larger context, I am trying to establish that the particular


What Happens When An Emergent Christian Writer Meets Postcolonialism?

An epic clash that ends in an apology, no thanks to his derailing, oh and lots of laughs!


#ManOfSteel #MOS: Superman Liberates Us From Empire!

Conservatives have argued that Man Of Steel is about a white Gentile Jesus we can accept, and that the most


Review of @ivpacademic and @scotmcknight’s Jesus Is Lord, Caesar Is Not: Evaluating Empire in New Testament Studies

Scot McKnight and Joseph B. Modica present in Jesus is Lord, Caesar is Not: Evaluating Empire In New Testament Studies a


Skinning Carter’s Cat (Jesus is Lord, Caesar is Not @ivpacademic)

With ]]’s essay on John, we have once again returned to a determined foe, our familiar Warren Carter. Granted, ]]


Josephus, Dean Printer, and Luke, but no Farrer (Jesus is Lord, Caesar is Not @ivpacademic)

Admittedly, I have never read Dean Printer before, but I have read Josephus and I have read Luke. When it


Joel Willitts 2, Warren Carter 1 (Jesus is Lord, Caesar is Not @ivpacademic)

I’ve never been one to take anything wholesale, including the theories and/or hypotheses I agree with. So, when it comes


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