John A. Darr
Ph.D., Vanderbilt University
New Testament, Luke-Acts, literary criticism, rhetoric, methodology, characters and characterization in New Testament narrative, parables, pneumatology, and Christology
The Biblical Heritage
The Parables of Jesus
Studies in Luke-Acts
Jesus in Story and History
The Bible and Ecology
“Levi’s Banquet (Luke 5:29-39) and Lukan Discipleship: Group Characters and Christian Identity Formation,” pp. 23-39 in Characters and Characterization in Luke-Acts, edited by F. E. Dicken and J. A. Snyder (London: T&T Clark, 2016).
“Narrative Therapy: Treating Audience Anxiety through Psychagogy in Luke,” Perspectives in Religious Studies 39, 4 (2012): 335-348.
“‘Be not anxious’: Reading Martha and Mary (Lk. 10.38-42) Within Luke’s Overall Discourse on Anxiety,” pp. 76-92 in Reading Ideologies: Essays on the Bible and Interpretation in Honor of Mary Ann Tolbert, edited by T. B. Liew (Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2011).
“Everything Old is New Again: The Parable of the Garments and Wineskins (5:36-39) in Luke’s Narrative Discourse on Time,” invited paper for the Society of Biblical Literature, joint session of the Gospel of Luke and the Formation of Luke-Acts Sections, San Diego, CA, November 23, 2014.