Curriculum Vitae


Faithful Interpretation: Reading the Bible in a Postmodern World, (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2006).
Reading Scripture with the Church: Toward a Hermeneutic for Theological Interpretation,
      with Kevin Vanhoozer, Stephen Fowl, and Francis Watson. (Grand Rapids: Baker Books, 2006).
Flesh and Bones: Sermons. (Eugene, Oregon: Wipf and Stock, 2001).
Postmodern Interpretations of the Bible: A Reader, ed. (St. Louis: Chalice Press, 2001).
Handbook for Postmodern Biblical Interpretation, ed. (St. Louis: Chalice Press, 2000).
A Grammar for New Testament Greek, (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1999).
Perspectives on New Testament Ethics: Essays in Honor of Dan O. Via,
      edited with Perry Kea, NABPR Festschrift Series No. 14;
      Perspectives in Religious Studies 23/2 (Summer 1996).
Making Sense of New Testament Theology, (Macon GA: Mercer Univ. Press, 1995).
What Is Postmodern Biblical Criticism? (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1995).
      In preparation:
Signifying Matthew. Westminster John Knox (under contract).
Exegetical Method. (New Testament Library). Westminster John Knox
      (under contract, next project after Signifying Matthew).

Academic Articles

“History and Theory of Theological Interpretation of the New Testament,” forthcoming in Searching for Meaning: A Practical Guide to New Testament Interpretation, ed. Paula Gooder. SPCK/WJK.
“Postmodern Biblical Criticism,” forthcoming in the New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, ed. Kathatrine Sakenfeld. Abingdon.
“The Way Out of No Way: Modern Impediments to Postmodern Discipleship,” Word & World 27 (2007) 257-264.
“Critique post-moderne,” Guide des Nouvelles Lectures de la Bible, ed. André Lacocque (Paris: Bayard Presse, 2005) 319-337.
“Rhetoric, Postmodernism, and Theological Education: What Has Vincennes to Do With Athens or Jerusalem?", in To Teach, To Delight, and to Move: Integrating Theological Education, ed. David S. Cunningham (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2005), 61-82.
“Integral and Differential Hermeneutics,” in The Meanings We Choose, ed. Charles Cosgrove (New York: T & T Clark, 2004) 24-38.
“This Is Not a Bible,” in New Paradigms for Bible Study: The Bible in the Third Millennium, ed. Robert Fowler et al. (Philadelphia: Trinity Press International, 2004) 3-20.
“Practicing the Disseminary: Technology Lessons from Napster,” Teaching Theology and Religion 5/1 (2002) 10-16.
“Walk This Way: Difference, Repetition, and the Imitation of Christ,” Interpretation 55 (2001) 19-33.
“Author,” in A Handbook for Postmodern Biblical Criticism, A. K. M. Adam, ed. (St. Louis: Chalice Press 2000) 8-13.
“Post-modern Biblical Criticism,” in Dictionary of Biblical Interpretation, ed. John Hayes. Vol. 2. (Abingdon: 1999) 305-309.
“Deconstruction and Exegesis,” in Neutestamentliche Exegesen Interdisziplinär, ed. Stefan Alkier and Ralph Brucker (Tübingen: Francke Verlag, 1998) 99-110.
“Reading Matthew as Cultural Criticism,” SBL 1997 Seminar Papers (1997) 253-272.
“Docetism, Käsemann, and Christology,” Scottish Journal of Theology 49/4 (1996) 391-410.
“According to Whose Law? Josephus, Aristobulus, and the Nomoi twn Ioudaiwn,” Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha 14 (1996) 15-21.
“Twisting to Destruction,” Perspectives on New Testament Ethics: Essays in Honor of Dan O. Via, Perspectives in Religious Studies 23/2 (1996) 215-222.
“Disciples Together, Constantly,” in Homosexuality and Christian Community, ed. C. Leong Seow (Louisville: Westminster/John Knox, 1996) 123-132.
“Of the Jews, To the Gentiles: A New Generation in Pauline Studies,” Anglican Theological Review 77 (1995) 232-238.
“Docetism,” in Early Christian On-Line Encyclopedia. Anthony Beavers, ed. Accessed 6/6/2003.
“Matthew’s Readers, Power, and Ideology,” SBL 1994 Seminar Papers (1994) 435-449.
“The Future of Our Allusions,” SBL 1992 Seminar Papers (1992) 5-13.
“The Sign of Jonah: A Fish-Eye View,” Semeia 51 (1990) 177-191.
“Biblical Theology and the Problem of Modernity,” Horizons in Biblical Theology 12 (1990) 1-17.

General-Interest Articles and Sermons

“At a Crossroads? The Anglican Impasse,” Christian Century, (March 20, 2007) 9-10.
The Miracle of Compassion and God's Liberating Authority,” The Witness (January 29, 2006). Accessed July 12, 2007.
“Collared,” Christian Century (May 31, 2005) 9-10.
“I Am Thirsty,” Good Friday Sermon, Princeton Seminary Bulletin 20 (1998) 181-182.
“Crossing Over, Pressing On,” Baccalaureate Sermon, Princeton Seminary Bulletin 19/3 (1998) 236-241.
“Theological Themes,” Lectionary Homiletics 8/4 (March 1997).
“Follow the Shepherd,” Horizons 9/7 (November/December 1996) 20-21.
“Did Matthew Have a Plan? A Look at How He Put His Gospel Together,” Horizons 9/5 (1996) 31-32.