Literary Encounters with the Reign of God
Robert Tannehill is one of the most recognized scholars of the Gospels in the American academy. His book on Luke-Acts remains the single most important book on that unit of biblical writing, and it produced an entire generation of New Testament scholars who have now become well-known for their work in literary studies in the Gospels. Tannehill's work on narrative criticism of the Gospels remains unsurpassed in the academy.
Contributors include Edgar V. McKnight, Mikeal C. Parsons, Charles H. Talbert, David Rhoads, Simon J. DeVries, Janice Capel Anderson, Robert L. Brawley, Carolyn Thomas, Fred Burnett, Elizabeth Struthers Malbon, Whitney Shiner, Sharyn Dowd, Sharon H. Ringe, Vernon K. Robbins, Mark Allan Powell, Gail R. O'Day, David P. Moessner, Jeffrey L. Staley, and Robert M. Fowler.
Sharon Ringe is Professor New Testament at Wesley Theological Seminary and the author of Wisdom's Friends: Community and Christology in the Fouth Gospel.
H.C.P. Kim is Assistant Professor of Hebrew Bible at Methodist Theological School in Ohio and the author of Ambiguity, Tension and Multiplicity in Deuter-Isaiah.
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