New Book: Intertextuality in the Second Century

Southwestern faculty publish regularly, and occasionally, this site will feature announcements about their work.

Recently, Brill published a volume entitled, Intertextuality in the Second Century. The volume is co-edited by Jeff Bingham, Southwestern’s Dean of the School of Theology and Professor of Theology and Clayton Jefford, Professor of Scripture at Saint Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology.

The volume contains contributions from a diversity of patristics scholars including Christopher Tuckett, Richard Bauckham, Michael W. Holmes, Allen Brent, Candida R. Moss, Paul Hartog, Lynn H. Cohick, Mark Edwards, John Behr, and Stephen Presley.

Each of these authors conceives of the concept of “intertextuality” in different ways, which is evident in the brief summary of the contents:

The volume, the twelfth in the Bible in Ancient Christianity Series, is certain to be a helpful resource for anyone working in the area of patristic exegesis.

For more information about the volume see here.