Mark

Is Jesus God in the Gospel of Mark?

Michael Kruger states, In fact, it is worth noting that Mark presents Jesus as God from the very opening few

Philippians

Is the earliest hymn an apologetic excuse?

We know the familiar hymn found embedded in Paul’s Dio Chrysostom-like-letter to the Philippians, who, although He existed in the

Books

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

Books

Review of @degruyter_TRS Lucan’s “Bellum Civile” – Between Epic Tradition and Aesthetic Innovation

The current trend in Lucanian scholarship began with Frederick Ahl’s aptly named Lucan: An Introduction. Other names are now added to

Books

@degruyter_TRS Review: Paolo Asso’s A Commentary on Lucan, “De bello civili” IV

The study of Lucan, the great and relatively unknown poet who wrote Rome into another civil war, is one worth

Mimesis

Can you acceptably reshape a contemporary representation quickly?

…Lucan’s Cato differs from the closest contemporary representation of the historical figure on which he is based by taking action

Books

Showing you some Asso! #SBL, Daniel, Mark, Caesar, and Lucan. @degruyter_TRS

I mention in my book Lucan using Caesar’s structure to somewhat frame his own poem. And it should be really,

Books

Jeff Carter continues examining my book

This chapter was relatively short and I would have liked to have read more about Lucan.  But ultimately this isn’t a book