Vernon K. Robbins

Sociorhetorical Interpretation

Emory Studies in Early Christianity

Rhetoric of Religious Antiquity

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SR Studies 1985-1990 by Vernon K Robbins

  • “A Socio-Rhetorical Response: Contexts of Interaction and Forms of Exhortation,” Semeia 50 (1990): 261-271.

  • “Interpreting the Gospel of Mark as a Jewish Document in a Graeco-Roman World,”iIn P. V. M. Flesher (ed.), New Perspectives on Ancient Judaism (Lanham, New York: Univ. Press of America, 1990) 47-72.

  • “Pronouncement Stories from a Rhetorical Perspective,” Forum 4.2 (1988): 3-32.

  • “The Crucifixion and the Speech of Jesus,” Forum 4.1 (1988): 33-46.

  • “The Chreia,” in D. E. Aune (ed.), Greco-Roman Literature and the New Testament (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1988) 1-23.

  • “Rhetorical argument about lamps and light in early Christian gospels,” in P. W. Böckman and R. E. Kristiansen (eds.), In Context, Festskrift til Peder Johan Borgen (Relieff 24; Universitetet i Trondheim: Tapir, 1987) 177-195.

  • The Woman who Touched Jesus' Garment: Socio-Rhetorical Analysis of the Synoptic Accounts,” New Testament Studies 33 (1987): 502-515.

  • Pragmatic Relations as a Criterion for Authentic Sayings,” Forum 1.3 (1985): 35-63.

  • Picking Up the Fragments: From Crossan`s Analysis to Rhetorical Analysis,” Forum 1.2 (1985): 31-64.


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