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J.P. O’Connor, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of New Testament at Northwest University (Kirkland, WA). His first book explores the nature of morality and ethics in the Gospel of Mark: The Moral Life according to Mark, LNTS 667 (T&T Clark/Bloomsbury, 2022). His next book length project will consider the nature and role of judgment in Mark. For more of his publications, see independent.academia.edu/MJohnPatrickOConnor. LinkedIn

Katherine Shaner: Enslaved Leadership in Early Christianity

Katherine Shaner: Enslaved Leadership in Early Christianity

Katherine Shaner, Enslaved Leadership in Early Christianity (New York: Oxford University Press, 2018) xxix + 207 pages, ISBN 9780190275068. Dr. Katherine Shaner, in a revised form of her Harvard Divinity School dissertation, asks a provocative question. What role, if any, did enslaved persons embody in the congregation of the early church? Shaner’s response to this […]

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Jack Levison: Fresh Air

Jack Levison: Fresh Air

Jack Levison, Fresh Air: the Holy Spirit for an Inspired Life (Brewster, MA: Paraclete Press: 2012), 217 pages, 9781612610689. Jack Levison, in his work Fresh Air: the Holy Spirit for an Inspired Life, aims to clear a foggy, often caricatured view of the Holy Spirit in today’s church. Does one feel a move of the […]

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