Professor Stephen Fowl teaches New Testament in the Department of Theology at Loyola College in Maryland. He has written both in the area of New Testament (notably his doctoral work on the story of Christ and Ethics in Philippians 2 and a commentary on Philippians) and theological hermeneutics (Reading in Communion in L. Gregory Jones and Engaging Scripture).
Curriculum Vitae [PDF]
Theology and Ethics
(Mis) Reading the Face of God: An Analysis of Interpretation of the Bible in the Church (with Lewis Ayres), Theological Studies (1999)
Reading The Face Of God: The Interpretation Of The Bible In The Church
God's Beautiful City: Christian Mission After Christendom, Ekklesia Project, 2001 [PDF]
Living by the Word
God's choice (Js 2.1-17; Mk 7:24-37), Sept 10th 2006
In the know (James 3:1-12; Mark 8:27-38), Sept 17th 2006
Wisdoms works (James 3:13--4:3, 7-8a; Mark 9:30-37), Sept 24th 2006
Search and restore (Mark 9:38-50; James 5:13-20), Oct 1st 2006
Fullness & Vagueness, Response to David Ford, Journal of Scriptural Reasoning, August 2001.
The Hardening of Pharaoh's Heart, Response to Hauerwas & Magid, Journal of Scriptural Reasoning, Sept 2002.
Review of Webb, The Divine Voice, Dec 2004
Review of Davis & Hays, The Art of Reading Scripture, CBQ, Dec 2005
Review of Chris Wright, The Mission of God, Theological Studies, Mar 2008.
Articles on Fowl
On Determinate Meanings In Texts: A Comparison Of the Hermeneutic Theories of Kevin Vanhoozer & Stephen Fowl by Scott David Foutz, Quodlibet, Sept/Oct 1999.
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