By Adam Winn
Explore how empire is an important foreground for interpreting and studying the recent Testament
In the final 3 many years, major realization has been given to the way New testomony texts interact and reply to the imperial global within which they have been written. the aim of the current quantity is to introduce scholars and non-specialists to the starting to be subfield of latest testomony stories referred to as empire reports. participants search to make readers conscious of the numerous paintings that has already been produced, whereas additionally pointing them to new ways that this box is relocating ahead. The members are Bruce W. Longenecker, Richard A. Horsley, Warren Carter, Adam Winn, Eric D. Barreto, Beth M. Sheppard, Neil Elliot, James R. Harrison, Harry O. Maier, Deborah Krause, Jason A.Whitlark, Matthew R. Hauge, Kelly D. Liebengood, and Davina C. Lopez.
Adam Winn is Assistant Professor of latest testomony at Azusa Pacific collage (Azusa, CA). He serves as an associate school member for Fuller Theological Seminary. he's the writer of The function of Mark's Gospel: An Early Christian reaction to Roman Imperial Propaganda (Mohr Siebeck) and Mark and the Elijah-Elisha Narrative: contemplating the perform of Greco-Roman Imitation within the look for Markan resource Material (Pickwick).
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