W. Stephen Gunter

Selected Publications
  • The Limits of Love Divine (1989)
  • Wesley and The Quadrilateral (Co-author, 1997)
  • Resurrection Knowledge (1999)
  • The Quotable Mr. Wesley (1999 & 2002)
  • John Wesley and The Netherlands (Co-author, 2002)
  • Considering the Great Commission (Co-editor and contributor, 2004)
  • Arminius and His 'Declaration of Sentiments' (2012)

Paul Griffiths

Recent Courses
    • Christian Theology of Religion(s)
    • The Nature & Existence of God
    • Catholic Thought: An Introduction for undergraduates
    • The Thought of Augustine of Hippo
    • Philosophical Theology since 1968, co-taught with Stanley Hauerwas
    • Philosophical Theology: Wittgenstein, co-taught with Stanley Hauerwas
    • Vatican II, co-taught with Reinhard Hütter
    • The Thought of John Henry Newman
    • Eschatology
    • Christian Theology: An Introduction
    • Inhabiting the Christian Drama
    • Augustine's City of God

      Mary McClintock Fulkerson

      Recent Courses
      • Christ and Culture Theory
      • Feminist Theology
      • Authority in Theology
      • Contemporary Theology: Selected Figures
      Selected Publications
      • “‘We Don’t See Color Here’: A Case Study in Ecclesial-Cultural Invention” in Converging on Culture: Theologians in Dialogue with Cultural Analysis and Criticism, ed. By Delwin Brown, Sheila G. Davaney, Kathryn Tanner (New York: Oxford University Press, 2001):140-157
      • “‘They Will Know We are Christians by our Regulated Improvisation:’ Ecclesial Hybridity and the Unity of the Church” in The Blackwell Companion to Postmodern Theology, ed. By Graham Ward (Oxford: Blackwell Pub., 2001): 265-279
      • “Practice” in A Handbook for Postmodern Biblical Interpretation, ed. by A.K.M. Adam (St. Louis: Chalice Press, 2000):189-98
      • “Contesting the Gendered Subject: A Feminist Account of the Imago Dei” in Horizons in Feminist Theology: Identity, Tradition, and Norms, ed. by Rebecca S. Chopp & Sheila Greeve Davaney (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1997):99-115
      • Changing the Subject: Women’s Discourses and Feminist Theology (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1994)

      Curtis Freeman

      Selected Publications

      James Efird

      Recent Courses
      • Hellenistic Greek
      • New Testament Introduction
      • Apocalyptic Literature (especially Revelation)
      • Studies in Paul
      • The Prophetic Movement.
      Selected Publications
      • The New Testament Writings: History, Literature, and Interpretation
      • The Old Testament Writings: History, Literature, and Interpretation
      • These Things Are Written: An Introduction to the Religious Ideas of the Bible
      • Revelation for Today: An Apocalyptic Approach
      • A Grammar for New Testament Greek
      • End Times: Rapture, Antichrist and Millennium
      • "Revelation: Hope in Times of Trial," video series for Minding the Spirit Inc.

      Susan Eastman

      Recent Courses
      • The Art of Biblical Interpretation
      • Imitation and Transformation in the Letters of Paul
      • Bible Study Programs for the Local Church
      • Pauline Anthropology
      • Paul’s Mother Tongue: Familial Metaphors in Paul’s Letters
      • Greek Exegesis of Galatians
      • Introduction to the New Testament
      • Teaching at the End of the World
      • Friendship and Character Formation in Philippians
      Selected Publications


      • Recovering Paul’s Mother Tongue: Language and Theology in Galatians, Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2007.


      • "The Foolish Father" (Expository Times 117.10 July 2006, 402-405,
      • "‘Cast out the slave woman and her son’: the Dynamics of Exclusion and Inclusion in Galatians 4.30," JSNT 28.3 March 2006, 309-336.
      • “The Evil Eye and the Curse of the Law: Galatians 3:1 Revisited.” Journal for the Study of the New Testament 83, September 2001.
      • “Whose Apocalypse? The Identity of the Sons of God in Romans 8:19.” Journal of Biblical Literature 121.2, Summer, 2002.


      • Review of Moyer V. Hubbard, New Creation in Paul’s Letters and Thought. Review of Biblical Literature. n.p. [cited 22 March, 2003].
      • “The Spirit and Suffering” (review of Martin W. Mittelstadt, The Spirit and Suffering in Luke-Acts). Expository Times 117.3 (December 2005) 125- 126.
      • Review of Edwin D. Freed, The Morality of Paul’s Converts. Catholic Biblical Quarterly 68 (2006) 330-331.
      • Review of Francis Watson, Paul and the Hermeneutics of Faith. Journal of Biblical Literature 125.3 (Fall 2006) 610-614.
      • Review of Carl R. Holladay, A Critical Introduction to the New Testament: Interpreting the Message and Meaning of Jesus Christ. Teaching Theology and Religion, forthcoming.

      Conference Papers

      • “The Evil Eye and the Curse of the Law: Galatians 3:1 Revisited.” Southeast Council for the Study of Religion. Atlanta, March 1999.
      • “Who are the Sons of God? Romans 8:19.” Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting. Nashville, November 2000.
      • “‘Become like me!’ Mimetic transformations in Galatians 4:12-20.” Southeast Council for the Study of Religion. Atlanta, March 2002.
      • “‘Cast Out the Slave Woman and Her Son’: The Dynamics of Exclusion and Inclusion in Galatians 4:30.” Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting. San Antonio, November 2004.
      • “‘Rejoice, Break Forth and Shout’: Resignifying Sarah’s Story in Gal 4:21-5:1.” Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting. San Antonio, November 2004.
      • “The Text, the Whole Text, and Nothing but the Text: A Response to Frances Watson’s Paul and the Hermeneutics of Faith,” Pauline Epistles Section, Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, November 2005.
      • Respondent for Pauline Soteriology Session on “Gospel and Church in Paul’s Letters,” Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, November 2005.
      • Panelist, “Discussion of the Two Horizons Biblical Commentary,” Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C., November 2006.
      • "Philippians 2: Divine and Human Agency in Christ's Story," Annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature, November 17-20, 2007

      Other Publications

      • Lectionary commentaries for "Homily Service, October 2007"
      • Lectionary Homiletics, October 2007
      • Working Preacher, Advent Year A. 

      Ellen Davis

      Recent Courses
      • Anatomy of the Soul: The Psalms in Christian Life
      • Isaiah in Christian Theology and Preaching
      • Living with Exodus
      Selected Publications


      • Preaching the Luminous Word, Eerdmans, 2016
      • Biblical Prophecy: Perspectives for Christian Theology, Discipleship and Ministry, Westminster John Knox, 2014
      • Scripture, Culture, and Agriculture: An Agrarian Reading of the Bible, Cambridge University Press, 2009
      • Wondrous Depth: Old Testament Preaching, Westminster John Knox, 2005
      • The Art of Reading Scripture, a volume of essays co-edited with Richard Hays, Eerdmans, 2003. The essays (which include four of my own) were written by members of the Scripture Project, a project of the Center of Theological Inquiry, Princeton. Named in fourth place on the Academy of Parish Clergy Top Ten Books of the Year for 2004.
      • “Who Are You, My Daughter?”: Reading Ruth through Image and Text, my translation and commentary, with woodcuts by Margaret Adams Parker, Westminster John Knox Press, 2003.
      • Getting Involved with God: Rediscovering the Old Testament, Cowley Publications, 2001.
      • Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and The Song of Songs: A Theological Commentary, in the Westminster Bible Companion Series, Westminster John Knox Press, April 2000.
      • Imagination Shaped: Old Testament Preaching in the Anglican Tradition, Trinity Press International, 1995.
      • Swallowing the Scroll: Textuality and the Dynamics of Discourse in Ezekiel’s Prophecy, Almond Press, 1989.


      • "Losing a Friend," Pro Ecclesia
      • "Critical Traditioning," Anglican Theological Review