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2023    “Rob James, the Spiral Gospel: Intratextuality in Luke’s Narrative”, Theology 126.4 (2023): 310-11. https://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0040571X231182872t.

 

2022    “New Tech, politics, and old religion: What is the future of technology in religion”. Perspectives on 2021. Edited by Matthias Smalbrugge. Amesterdam: European Academy on Religion and Society. Pages 192-93.

 

2022    “Navigating religious freedoms within a secularising society”. By Tyler Mikulis, Frazer MacDiarmid, R. Anthony Buck. Perspectives on 2021. Edited by Matthias Smalbrugge. Amesterdam: European Academy on Religion and Society. Pages 181-83.

2020    “Narratives of Digitalisation and Religion: Conditioned, Idealistic, and Pragmatic”. Perspectives on 2020. Edited by Matthias Smalbrugge. Amsterdam: European Academy on Religion and Society. Pages 32-37.

 

2020    “Extremes and Tensions in COVID-19 Europe”. Perspectives on 2020. Edited by Matthias Smalbrugge. Amsterdam: European Academy on Religion and Society. Pages 100-103.

 

2020    “Is AI a God of the Future or the Present?”. Perspectives on 2020. Edited by Matthias Smalbrugge. Amsterdam: European Academy on Religion and Society. Pages 156-57.

 

2020    “Will the COVID-19 Vaccine be Ethically Tainted?”. Perspectives on 2020. Edited by Matthias Smalbrugge. Amsterdam: European Academy on Religion and Society. Pages 202-204.

 

2020    “How do Spain’s Media Cover Religion?”. Perspectives on 2020. Edited by Matthias Smalbrugge. Amsterdam: European Academy on Religion and Society. Pages 256-59.

 

2017    Towards a Cognitive Approach to Narrative and Theology. Deerfield, IL: Trinity International University. Available Online via Proquest Dissertations and Theses Global, Order Number 10624001, https://search.proquest.com/docview/1955757566?accountid=13042.

Synopsis: Recent approaches to language, metaphor, and narrative arising in cognitive linguistics and cognitive science research are applied to the Nestle-Aland 28 text of Acts 27 to explore the nature of linguistic processing and interpretation via the shipwreck narrative of Paul. This case study reveals how cognitive approaches language expose how a text moves from language to narrative to interpretation to theology, and what core aspects of a narrative approach to theology would be.

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