Exploring Intertextuality at #AARSBL16

Max Lee shared on his blog that there will be a review panel at SBL in November, focused on a book to which I’ve contributed a chapter: Exploring Intertextuality, forthcoming from Cascade. The session will focus on a subset of the chapters, with the authors and others interacting around them. It looks like a great lineup. Here is the session as it provisionally stands:

Intertextuality in the New Testament 

Theme: Exploring Intertextuality: Diverse Strategies for New Testament Interpretation of Texts

Presider: Max Lee, North Park Theological Seminary
Introduction (5 min): Erik Waaler and B.J. Oropeza
1) Metalepsis: The Intersection of Two Stories (10 min)

by Jeannine Brown, Bethel Seminary

Respondent: Nicholas Perrin, Wheaton College and Graduate School (20 min)
2) Midrashic Interpretation of Scripture  (10 min)

by B.J. Oropeza, Azusa Pacific University, and Lori Baron, Duke Divinity School

Respondent: Craig Keener, Ashbury Theological Seminary (20 min)
3) Mimesis (10 min)
by Dennis MacDonald, Claremont School of Theology
Respondent: Karl Olav Sandnes, Norwegian School of Theology (20 min)
4) Multidimensional Intertextuality (10 min)

by Erik Waaler, NLA University College

Respondent: Stanley Porter, McMaster Divinity College (20 min)
5) Panel Discussion and Questions from the Floor (25 min)

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