Submissions from 2014


On a Knife's Edge: Imagination and ἐπίνοια in the Eunomian Controversy, Tim Anderson
According to Paul Avis, the imagination has gone through the ringer in both modernity and post modernity. Modernity “assumes a dichotomy between rational discourse, on the one hand, and imagistic thinking, on the other. It privileges logos ...

Submissions from 2013


The Markan Narrative of the Hemorrhaging Woman: Injustice Through Systems Then and Now, Tim Riendeau
The story of the hemorrhaging woman has been taught to many as a simple healing story that portrays Jesus’ ability to heal anyone with faith. While this idea is not being challenged directly, the text holds much more than that concept. The ...