Let the Reader Understand : Essays in Honor of Elizabeth Struthers Malbon Paperback / softback
Edited by Edwin K. (Berea College, USA) Broadhead
Part of the Criminal Practice Series series
This book honors the extraordinary contribution of Elizabeth Struthers Malbon to biblical studies.
In the opening chapter, Werner Kelber places Malbon's work within the larger context of critical reflection, from antiquity to the modern era, on the role and function of discourse.
Kelber locates Malbon's approach squarely within the framework of modernity and concludes that her "supremely creative achievement has been the employment of modern, narrative critical tools with a view toward uncovering the fecundity of the gospel of Mark."Drawing from and conversing with Professor Malbon's extensive publications, each of the five sections engages a theme from her works, focusing particularly on the Gospel of Mark.
This tribute includes meaning as narrative, issues in methodology, studies in characterization, narrative readings of specific texts, and aesthetic and political readings.
Contributors include: Werner H. Kelber; R. Alan Culpepper; Kelly R. Iverson; Mikeal C. Parsons; David Barr; David J.A. Clines; Robert C. Tannehill; J. Cheryl Exum; Heidi Hornik and Richard Walsh.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 384 pages
- Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
- Publication Date: 19/09/2019
- ISBN: 9780567691941