Author: Elizabeth E. ShivelyPublish On: 2016-03-19
... library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication data names: shively, elizabeth e.,
1969– editor. title: Communication, pedagogy, and the gospel of mark / edited by
elizabeth e. shively and geert Van oyen. description: atlanta : sBl Press, 2016.
Author: Elizabeth E. Shively
Publisher: SBL Press
Reflections on the relationship between research and teaching Using Mark as a test case, scholars address questions like: How should my research and my approach to the text play out in the classroom? What differences should my academic context and my students' expectations make? How should new approaches and innovations inform interpretation and teaching? This resource enables biblical studies instructors to explore various interpretative approaches and to begin to engage pedagogical issues in our changing world. Features: Ideas that may be adapted for teaching any biblical text Diverse perspectives from nine experts in their fields Essays include tips, ideas, and lesson plans for the classroom
“The Jewish Leaders in the Gospel of Mark: A Literary Study of Marcan
Characterization.” Journal of Biblical ... In Communication, Pedagogy, and the Gospel of Mark, edited by Elizabeth Shively and Geert Van Oyen. Atlanta: SBL
Press, 2016, ...
Author: Edwin K. Broadhead
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
This book honors the extraordinary contribution of Elizabeth Struthers Malbon to biblical studies. In the opening chapter, Werner Kelber places Malbon's work within the larger context of critical reflection, from antiquity to the modern era, on the role and function of discourse. Kelber locates Malbon's approach squarely within the framework of modernity and concludes that her “supremely creative achievement has been the employment of modern, narrative critical tools with a view toward uncovering the fecundity of the gospel of Mark.” Drawing from and conversing with Professor Malbon's extensive publications, each of the five sections engages a theme from her works, focusing particularly on the Gospel of Mark. This tribute includes meaning as narrative, issues in methodology, studies in characterization, narrative readings of specific texts, and aesthetic and political readings. Contributors include: Werner H. Kelber; R. Alan Culpepper; Kelly R. Iverson; Mikeal C. Parsons; David Barr; David J.A. Clines; Robert C. Tannehill; J. Cheryl Exum; Heidi Hornik and Richard Walsh.
Teaching the Most Difficult Passage in Mark : Mark 9 : 42–50 . ” Pages 129–50 in Communication , Pedagogy , and the Gospel of Mark . Edited by Elizabeth
Shively and Geert van Oyen . Resources for Biblical Studies 83. Atlanta : SBL
Author: Francis J. Moloney
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck
The voice of Francis J. Moloney has been heard in Johannine studies for many decades. This volume gathers shorter journal articles from a publishing career that began in 1975, placing them together with new studies that appear for this first time, and thus complementing Moloney's already well-known commentary and scholarly monographs on the Fourth Gospel. The author's work has encompassed all areas of Johannine scholarship - the world that produced and first received the Fourth Gospel, its theology and Christology, and critical analysis of much-discussed passages. Well known for his extensive use of narrative and reader-response criticism, Francis J. Moloney has in more recent years developed an interpretation of the gospel which suggests that the author(s) of this narrative regarded their work as the "completion" of scripture. This unique collection therefore not only provides the past publications of a significant Johannine scholar, but also reflects the development of Johannine scholarship from 1975 until today.
A Rhetorical Investigation of the Implied Reader in the Fourth Gospel Jeffrey
Lloyd Staley. Eco , Umberto . The Role ... College Composition and Communication 35 ( 1984 ) 140 - 154 . , and Lunsford , Andrea . " Audience
Addressed / Audience Invoked : The Role of Audience in Composition Theory
and Pedagogy . " College ... The Function of the Feeding Stories in the Gospel of Mark . Society of Biblical ...
As footnotes, they are difficult to read in public; but in the liturgy they offer a
marvelous opportunity to reflect on how much pedagogy had to go into the
proclamation of the ... attention to them those reading or preaching on John will
miss a very important part of the Gospel's communication. ... While Mark is
content to begin his Gospel with the heavenly declaration at the baptism that
Jesus is God's beloved ...
Author: Ronald D. Witherup
Publisher: Liturgical Press
2009 Catholic Press Association Award Winner! A decade after the untimely death of renowned Scripture scholar Father Raymond E. Brown, SS, he continues to inspire and inform scholars and preachers, students and pastoral ministers, lay and ordained. It was only days after Father Brown's death that his final book was published by Liturgical Press. That book, Christ in the Gospels of the Ordinary Sundays, completed his six-volume series on preaching the Scriptures, a series that had begun in the mid-1970s with the publication of his popular An Adult Christ at Christmas. Those six volumes are collected here in one convenient commemorative edition to mark the tenth anniversary of Brown's death. Brown's work is left largely untouched, and readers will find that his wisdom is lasting. Yet Brown, being a scholar's scholar, would recognize the need for some enhancement in a work being republished some thirty years after the first volume appeared. Appropriately, then, this edition contains introductory essays by Brown's colleagues and friends John R. Donahue, SJ, and Ronald D. Witherup, SS, as well as useful indexes and a bibliography of resources for preaching the word of God in the context of the lectionary. As Witherup notes in his preface, Brown had the rare capacity to simplify complex biblical studies in a manner that did not 'dumb down ' the material but allowed it to be understood by a wide audience. . . . He did this in a fashion that was both inspiring and educational. That very broad audience 'those who grew up with Brown, so to speak, as well as a whole new generation of readers and preachers of the word 'will find this book to be a source of inspiration and knowledge that they will turn to again and again. Raymond E.Brown, S.S., (1928 -1998) was the Auburn Distinguished Professor of Biblical Studies at Union Theological Seminary in New York City. He was author of some forty books on the Bible and past president of three of the most important biblical societies in the world. By appointment of two popes (Pal VI in 1972, John Paul II in 1996) Brown was a member of the Roman Pontifical Biblical Commission. Time magazine called him probably the premier Catholic Scripture scholar of the U.S.
Pedagogy of the Bible: An Analysis and Proposal. ... Nida, Eugene A. Message
and Mission: The Communication of the Christian Faith. ... Noll, Mark A. The New
Shape of World Christianity: How American Experience Reflects Global Faith.
Author: Paul Duane Matheny
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
It has been almost fifty years since theological educators first began talking about contextual theology. Today, in every country of the global South, their home schools require them to contextualize theological education and construct contextual theologies that would be helpful for their local churches. In spite of this expectation there are few helps available. The expectation is clear, but an understanding of the process by which this may occur is lacking. Educators often complain that they are led to adapt Western theology to their context rather than developing theology for their churches. Arguments for contextual theology are proposed often, but there has been little debate explaining and defending the methods involved. This book is intended to enter that debate and invite others who should help appreciate the gravity of our situation and join the conversation. The epicenter of Christianity has shifted to the global South. Yet, contextual theology, which seeks to preserve the integrity of the faith, has not been met with generosity among scholars in the US and Europe. This book intends to forge helpful bridges that encourage mutual regard to develop among scholars across the globe. The bubble of the Western academy needs to be breached.
Apart from its considerable interest as a work of translation across such large
cultural differences , Markusa I is a most valuable ... In addition to this major
undertaking , Weich has translated some selections from the Bible , a few hymns ,
and a few chapters of Luke ' s Gospel . ... PEDAGOGICAL WORK It appears that
all pedagogical work is being undertaken in South West Africa , either by the
Author: Len W. Lanham
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Cette étude sur les langues parlées en Afrique du Sud se divise en trois parties : l'histoire des langues, bilinguisme et institutions de recherche sur le langage ; étude des principales langues employées ; l'enseignement des langues, en particulier l'afrikaans et l'anglais
The order is pedagogical and literary , not chronological . We would ... were not
committed to writing , except in fragmentary fashion , for some decades after his
death ; and they were subject to all the hazards that attend oral communications .
... their students with an excess of peripheral and inconsequential material in
order to satisfy outdated pedagogical objectives. ... v16ná p517-32 Dec 1995 (
Reprint: UMI) Descriptors: Higher Education; *School Culture; *Classroom Communication; ... Defines evangelization as a cooperative religious educational
experience regarding the efficacy of the gospel. ... Halstead, J. Mark Religious
Education; v90 n3-4 p360-76 Sum-Fall 1995 (Reprint: UMI) Descriptors: Higher
These illustrations are neither a pedagogical tool nor are they optional . On the
contrary , pure communication of facts can be taken over and handed on without
active participation . But the ... speech , within the construction of the Gospel .
Author: William Telford
Publisher: Augsburg Fortress Publishing
A textbook collection of the classic modern essays on Mark from Schweitzer to Malbon.
"Tate offers an informed and balanced study of variety in biblical interpretation. His command of primary and secondary sources and his clarity of presentation make this book a vade mecum for students and teachers.
Author: W. Randolph Tate
Publisher: Baker Books
This comprehensive exploration of the interpretive process, now available in paperback, has served as a successful textbook. It focuses on the three "worlds" of biblical interpretation--the world of the author, the world of the text, and the world of the reader--to help students develop an integrated hermeneutical strategy. The book offers clear explanations of interpretive approaches, which are supported by helpful biblical examples, and succinct synopses of various interpretive methods. Pedagogical aids include end-of-chapter review and study sections with key terms, study questions, and suggestions for further reading.
The life of Christ as depicted in the Gospels marks Him out as a teacher par
excellence . ... The pedagogy employed by Jesus makes it very clear that truth
can never be inserted into a man like a pill or an injection ; truth is the goal
Various theological ( pedagogical ) reasons are able to interpret reality ( ontology
) in order to propose various ... style ; rate of change ; demeanor ; building
relationships ; preaching ; communication ; reconciliation effort ; and honesty . ...
have focused on discipleship rather than on pedagogy , whereas studies on pedagogy in the Gospels have tended to ... I also compare the use of cohabition
in the Epistle with other late antique Christian texts and mark the variety of ascetic
Author: Union of International AssociationsPublish On: 1996
International corporate members ( 20 ) : Asian Social Institute Communication
Center ( see Yearbook ) ; Associated ... 1968 , Oslo , with the Coordinating
Committee for Christian Broadcasting , to form ' WACC mark 1 ' , currently , since
May 1975 ... s salvation in Christ for every aspect of human development and to
proclaim the Christian Gospel with relevance to the ... Latin American Institution
of Communications Pedagogy ( ILPEC , See Yearbook ) ; Lutheran Communications in Asia ...
207 In his book Printing , Propaganda , and Martin Luther , Mark U . Edwards
explored the external ramifications of Luther ' s use of printing . ... 205 Elizabeth
Eisenstein , The Printing Press as an Agent of Change : Communications and
Cultural Transformations in Early ... 1981 ) ; Barbara S . Tinsley , “ Johann ' s [ sic
] Sturm ' s Method for Humanistic Pedagogy , ” The Sixteenth Century Journal 20 ,
Author: Timothy P. Dost
Seeking to establish the influence of humanism on Luther through a study of his early correspondence, c1507-1522, this work explores what effect these humanist ideas and techniques had on his developing religious beliefs.
A multidisciplinary index covering the journal literature of the arts and humanities. It fully covers 1,144 of the world's leading arts and humanities journals, and it indexes individually selected, relevant items from over 6,800 major science and social science journals.
The impact of the World Wars , the new means of communication and
transportation , the decay of colonialism and the emergence of the ... Montaigne ,
Macaulay , James Fenimore Cooper , Samuel F. B. Morse , Goethe , Emerson , Mark Twain , Chesterton , and Dickens . Two of ... REL The vocation of every
minister of the Gospel ( warned away as they are by modern pedagogy ) 3456
I mentor students to encourage themselves , to propel forward and “ press toward
the mark . ” With regard to communication style , Dillard and colleagues ( 2000 )
argue that both the overt invocation of spiritual language " and ... Previous
research reveals that call and response , a black English speech pattern with
distinct origins within black gospel oratory , can be used as an effective pedagogical and ...
Author: Katherine Grace Hendrix
"Chronicles the experiences of a racially diverse group of Christian professors of communication"--Page 3.