Vernon K. Robbins

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SR Studies 1973-1980 by Vernon K Robbins

  • “Rhetoric and Biblical Criticism,” with John H. Patton, Quarterly Journal of Speech 66 (1980): 327-337.
  • “Mark as Genre,” in Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers (1980): 371-399.
  • “Prefaces in Greco-Roman Biography and Luke-Acts,” Perspectives in Religious Studies 6 (1979): 94-108. [Originally published in: Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers (1978): 2:193-207.]
  • “Structuralism in Biblical Interpretation and Theology,” The Thomist 42 (1978): 349-372.
  • “Pronouncement Stories in Plutarch's Lives of Alexander and Julius Caesar,” Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers (1978): 2:21-38.
  • By Land and By Sea: The We-Passages and Ancient Sea Voyages,” in C. H. Talbert (ed.), Perspectives on Luke-Acts (Perspectives in Religious Studies, Special Studies Series 5; Macon, Ga: Mercer Univ. Press and Edinburgh: T.& T. Clark, 1978) 215-242.
  • “Last Meal—Preparation, Betrayal, and Absence—Mark 14:12-25,” in W. Kelber (ed.), The Passion in Mark (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1976) 21-40.
  • “The We-Passages in Acts and Ancient Sea Voyages,” Biblical Research 20 (1975) 5-18.
  • “Dynameis and Semeia in Mark,” Biblical Research 18 (1973): 1-16.
  • “The Healing of Blind Bartimaeus (Mark 10:46-52) in the Markan Theology,” Journal of Biblical Literature 92 (1973): 224-243.

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