Parallel discussions in the blogosphere about Parallelism

It started here with McGrath speaking about Brodie’s aptness to resort to parallelism, a term coined by Sandmel. The Shape

Society and Religion

A different perspective on Thomas Brodie

That guy with the odd name that cannot be his own has written a post YOU ALL SHOULD READ. He


How do you solve a problem like… Brodie fandom…

Update – Neil believes the fandom bit is about him and is a swipe — because he thinks everything is a swipe against

Society and Religion

Is this another malfeasance of the Academic Community?

Father Thomas L. Brodie, recently out of the closet as a Jesus-mythicist, has been replaced at his teaching position. According

Publications and Papers

Blogging my Book: Avoiding the trap of Parallelomania

Tom posted a link on my wall today from a favorite scholar of mine. ]] has a new book coming

Publications and Papers

Blogging my book: I’m living in an allusive paradox

Yesterday, I was working on chapter 4 of my book. This chapter deals with mimesis and mimetic studies in the


Blogging my Book: “Wears a Green Carnation”

Actually… Oscar Wilde is mentioned in my book. But I was looking for a word that goes with some sub-headings


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