Writing

Publications

“Rules and Roles for Women: Vocation and Order in the Apostolic Fathers.” Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 22.4 (2018): 77-100.

“Reading Across Traditions: Comparing the Theological Anthropologies of Ramanuja and Augustine of Hippo.” Journal of Comparative Theology 5 (2015): 40-57.

Discerning Witnesses: First and Second Century Textual Studies in Christian Authority. Thesis. Ann Arbor: ProQuest UMI Publishing, 2014.

Book Reviews

Udo Schnelle, The First One Hundred Years of Christianity: An Introduction to Its History, Literature, and Developments, translated by James Thompson (Baker Academic, 2020), reviewed for Modern Reformation 29, 6 (2020): 58-61.

Jennifer Strawbridge, The Pauline Effect: The Use of the Pauline Epistles by Early Christian Writers (DeGruyter, 2015), reviewed for The Journal of the Bible and Its Reception 4, 1 (2017): 171-173.

John G. Gager, Who Made Earliest Christianity? The Jewish Lives of the Apostle Paul (Columbia, 2015), reviewed for The Heythrop Journal 57, 4 (2016): 713.

Scott J. Hafemann, Paul’s Message and Ministry in Covenant Perspective: Selected Essays (Cascade, 2015), reviewed for The Heythrop Journal 57, 4 (2016): 717-718.

Roland Boer, The Sacred Economy of Ancient Israel (WJKO, 2015), reviewed for Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 59, 1 (2016): 148-150.

Paul Copan and Matt Flannagan, Did God Really Command Genocide? Coming to Terms with the Justice of God (Baker, 2014), reviewed for Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 58, 4 (2015): 818-20.


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The Meaning of Matthew 18:35 and the Message of the Parable

This post is part of an ongoing series on Forgiveness in the Gospel of Matthew. The closing remark[1] offers an allegorical reading of the parable and presents its meaning not only to Peter, but to the whole community of disciples.[2] Susan Hylen notes the difficulty of translating this passage into English due to the combinationContinue reading “The Meaning of Matthew 18:35 and the Message of the Parable”

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