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Mark and Luke in poststructuralist perspectives

Stephen D. Moore

Mark and Luke in poststructuralist perspectives

Jesusbegins to write

by Stephen D. Moore

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Published by Yale University Press in New Haven, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. -- N.T. -- Luke.,
  • Bible.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography, p.159-180.

    StatementStephen D. Moore.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix,192p.
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21242397M
    ISBN 100300051972

    Because of its absence from more than one early Greek manuscript, Mark remains a constant source of debate among New Testament scholars. Here, presented in counterpoint, are arguments for and against its authenticity, along with a summary of the most up-to-date research. Contributors include Darrell Bock, Keith Elliott, Maurice Robinson, and Daniel Wallace. /5(2). Book Review: Mark and Luke in Poststructuralist Perspectives: Jesus Begins to Write. Jack Dean Kingsbury. Jack Dean Kingsbury. See all articles by this author. Search Google Scholar for this author. First Published Jan 1, ; pp. 92– Abstract.

    apuluke-actsbibliography. APU Luke-Acts Bibliography. HOME General Biblical Resources Paper Writing & Research Help. Courses Taught APU Luke-Acts Course Fredrick W. Jesus and the New Age according to St. Luke: a Commentary on the Third Gospel. Mark and Luke in poststructuralist perspectives: Jesus begins to write / by: Moore, Stephen D., Published: () The context of scripture canonical compositions, monumental inscriptions and archival documents from the biblical world / Published: ().

    You get the point. All the while, Luke develops and complicates classic themes, like care for outcasts, the rejection of wealth, and the value of what is lost. It's no wonder intellectual Ernest Renan deemed the Gospel of Luke "the most beautiful book ever written" (source, viii). Agree or disagree? Shmoop amongst yourselves. Luke the Theologian. In this book Stephen D. Moore offers a dazzling new reading of the Gospels of Mark and Luke, applying the poststructuralist techniques of Derrida, Lacan, and Foucault to illuminate these texts in a way that no one has done before.


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In this book Stephen D. Moore offers a dazzling new reading of the Gospels of Mark and Luke, applying the poststructuralist techniques of Derrida, Lacan, and Foucault to illuminate these texts in a way that no one has done before.

Written with wit and a sensitivity to words--and wordplay--that is reminiscent of Moore's fellow countryman James Cited by:   In this book Stephen D. Moore offers a dazzling new reading of the Gospels of Mark and Luke, applying the poststructuralist techniques of Derrida, Lacan, and Foucault to illuminate these texts in a way that no one has done before.

Mark and Luke in Poststructuralist Perspectives (Hardcover) Jesus Begins to Write. By Stephen D. Moore. Yale University Press,pp. Publication Date: Ma Moore offers a reading of the Gospels of Mark and Luke, applying the poststructuralist techniques of Derrida, Lacan and Foucault. He argues that whereas the language of the Gospels is concrete, pictorial and often startling, the language of modern scholarship tends to.

Mark and Luke in Poststructuralist Perspectives: Jesus Begins to Write. By (26). The parable in Mark ultimately makes the book an "enigma" which "incorporates contradiction into the body ofits diction" (27).

Luke's being caught between. "Moore succeeds admirably. Moore's book is the best survey available of where the literary criticism of the Gospels has been and where it might be headed Moore's reading in literary theory and criticism is wide and deep. However, in spite of the rigor and erudition of the book, it is witty and a joy to read.

The first nontechnical description of the principles and procedures of narrative criticism. Written for students' and pastors' use in their own great clarity Powell outlines the principles and procedures that narrative critics follow in exegesis of gospel texts and explains concepts such as "point of view," "narration," "irony," and "symbolism.".

His first book focused entirely on biblical interpreters of the Gospels in the New Testament, exhibiting the nature and limitations of their work. His second book explored Mark and Luke from poststructuralist perspectives (Moore ). Looking for books by Stephen D. Moore. See all books authored by Stephen D.

Moore, including Empire and Apocalypse: Postcolonialism and the New Testament (The Bible in the Modern World), and Mark and Luke in Poststructuralist Perspectives: Jesus Begins to Write, and more on In the last few years, Derrida has gained a great deal of attention from scholars of biblical studies and theology.

The contributors to Derrida's Bible explore the relationships between Derrida, theory, and religious studies. Unlike other books on Derrida, this collection is primarily focused on.

His second book explored Mark and Luke from poststructuralist perspectives. His third book explains poststructuralism through extensive analysis and interpretation of the work of Jacques Derrida and Michel Foucault (Moore ).

[1] That was the question Stephen Moore posed in his groundbreaking work, Mark and Luke in Poststructuralist Perspectives: Jesus Begins to Write. By then, in the early nineties, deconstruction had already been all things to all people, indeed, so much so that even Jacques Derrida, deconstructor extraordinaire, had distanced himself from much of.

Mark and Luke in Poststructuralist Perspectives: Jesus Begins to Write. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, Literary Criticism and the Gospels: The Theoretical Challenge. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, Books and Thematic Issues of Journals Edited: Religion, Emotion, Sensation: Affect Theories and Theologies.

Moore, Stephen D. Mark and Luke in Poststructuralist Perspectives: Jesus Begins to Write. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, New Haven and London: Yale University Press, Moore, Stephen D. “Mark and Empire.”. - Stephen D. Moore, Professor of New Testament, The Theological School, Drew University, author of Mark and Luke in Poststructuralist Perspectives: Jesus Begins to Write and Poststructuralism and the New Testament: Derrida and Foucault at the Foot of the Cross3/5(1).

Mark and Luke in Poststructuralist Perspectives: Jesus Begins to Write Stephen D. Moore Limited preview - Other Followers of Jesus: Minor Characters as Major Figures in Mark's Gospel.

For Luke I have chosen “Mark & Luke in Poststructuralist Perspectives: Jesus Being to Write” by Moore. It is a wild look full of daring ideas.

Admittedly, it is not for everyone. It does, however, allow me to come around the back door and sneak in some alternative perspectives. I also use Postcolonial Bible Criticism by R. Sugirtharajah. The backlash against poststructuralism has been related to the idea of bringing back a real world, and it is funny because that's exactly where Luke was in this really nice book from   Healing, Weakness, and Power: Perspectives on Healing in the Writings of Mark, Luke, and Paul (Paternoster Biblical Monographs) [Dawson, Audrey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Healing, Weakness, and Power: Perspectives on Healing in the Writings of Mark, Luke, and Paul (Paternoster Biblical Monographs)Author: Audrey Dawson. Mark and Luke in Poststructuralist Perspectives: Jesus Begins to Write, by Stephen D.

Moore. New Haven/London: Yale University Press, Pp. xx + $ Stephen Moore concluded his first book, Literary Criticism and the Gospels: The Theoretical Challenge (New Haven/London: Yale University Press, ), by throwing a. Gospel of Luke Perspectives From Faith Communities In Practice.

BACK; NEXT ; Getting Biblical in Daily Life Protestant and Catholic Perspective. It's no secret that Luke has long been a part of sacred scripture for all Christians.

On any given Sunday in any given brand of Christian practice, the Gospel of Luke plays an important role.- Stephen D. Moore, Professor of New Testament, The Theological School, Drew University, author of Mark and Luke in Poststructuralist Perspectives: Jesus Begins to Write and Poststructuralism and the New Testament: Derrida and Foucault at the Foot of the CrossFormat: Paperback.Stephen D.

Moore's 8 research works with citations and 21 reads, including: New Testament masculinities.