Jack C. and Ruth Wright Professor of New Testament 
BA, MA, Abilene Christian University; MDiv, Princeton Theological Seminary; MA, MPhil, PhD, Yale University. New Testament.

peterson@austingrad.edu

 

“A Pioneer Narrative Critic and His Synoptic Hypothesis: Austin Farrer and Gospel Interpretation,” SBL 2000 Seminar Papers (Atlanta: SBL, 2000), 651–672

“A Reply to Leroy Garrett,” Christian Studies 21 (2005–06): 57–78

“All the Things I Have Commanded: Matthew’s Conclusion and the Life of the Church,” Leaven 19/2 (2011), Art 9

“Biblical ‘Restorationism’: A Response to Mark Shipp,” Christian Studies 27 (2015): 31–38

“Christ Our Pasch: Shaping Christian Identity in Corinth,” in Renewing the Tradition, 133–44

“Confessions of Faith in the New Testament,” Christian Studies 28 (2016): 37–45

Folly to Gentiles: Jesus’ Death and Resurrection in The Faith of the First Christians, Baker Academic Press, forthcoming

“From Passover to Eucharist: The Didache and Early Eucharistic Observance,” in Eucharist and Ecclesiology: Essays in Honor of Everett Ferguson (ed. Wendell Willis), Wipf & Stock, 2017

Guest Editor, Journal of Early Christian Studies 20/3 (Fall 2012), “Everett Ferguson’s Baptism in the Early Church: A Forum”

“Haggadic Concord and Halakhic Conflict in the First Christian Generation,” in Ethics in Contexts: Essays in Honor of Wendell Lee Willis (edited by James W. Thompson and Richard A. Wright); Eugene, Ore.: Pickwick Publications, forthcoming 2019), pp. 67–85.

“‘How Shall the Seeker Say Amen?’ The ‘Seeker’ and the Service in 1 Corinthians 14,” Christian Studies 13 (1993): 22–31

“Living as Sacrifices: Walking in Accordance with the Spirit in Romans 12–15,” Christian Studies 20 (2004): 33–42

Marcan Priority Without Q: Explorations in the Farrer Hypothesis (co-editor, with John C. Poirier),  Library of New Testament Studies 455, T & T Clark, 2015

“Matthew’s Ending and the Genesis of Luke-Acts: The Farrer Hypothesis and the Birth of Christian History,” in Marcan Priority Without Q, 140–59

“Order in the Double Tradition and the Existence of Q,” in Questioning Q (ed. Mark S. Goodacre and Nicholas Perrin, SPCK, 2004), 28–43

“On Earth As It Is in Heaven,” in Lord, Teach Us to Pray: The Lord’s Prayer for Today’s Church (ed. M. R. Weed, K. D. Stanglin, and M. T. Hall), Christian Studies Press, 2015

“Philippians,” in The Transforming Word: A Restoration Bible Commentary (ed. Mark W. Hamilton), ACU Press, 2008, 965 –71

“Preaching Technique: Ministry of the Word in a Wired World,” Christian Studies 17 (1999): 47–56

“Redeeming the Time: The Christian Year and Life in the Risen Christ,” Christian Studies 26 (2013–14): 33–46

“Renewing the Tradition: Studies in Honor of James W. Thompson” (co-editor, with Mark W.Hamilton and Thomas H. Olbricht), Princeton Theological Monograph Series 65, Wipf & Stock, 2006

“Spirit of Holiness or Spirit of the Age? The Holy Spirit in the Teaching of Paul,” Christian Studies 16 (1996–97): 17–32

“The Sacrifice of Praise,” Christian Studies 24 (2010): 43–54

“The First and Second Tables of the Law in the New Testament,” Christian Studies 23 (2009): 47–58

“The Image of God in Pauline Preaching,” Leaven 16 (2008): 82–85

“A Reply to Leroy Garrett,” Christian Studies 21 (2005–06): 57–78

“All the Things I Have Commanded: Mathew’s Conclusion and the Life of the Church,” Leaven 19/2 (2011), Art 9

“Biblical ‘Restorationism’: A Response to Mark Shipp,” Christian Studies 27 (2015): 31–38

“Christ Our Pasch: Shaping Christian Identity in Corinth,” in Renewing the Tradition, 133–44

“Confessions of Faith in the New Testament,” Christian Studies 28 (2016): 37–45

“Folly to Gentiles: The Death and Resurrection of Jesus” in The Faith of the First Christians, Baker Academic Press, 2014.

“From Passover to Eucharist: The Didache and Early Eucharistic Observance,” in Eucharist and Ecclesiology: Essays in Honor of Everett Ferguson (ed. Wendell Willis), Wipf & Stock, forthcoming, 2017

“Everett Ferguson’s Baptism in the Early Church: A Forum,”Guest Editor, Journal of Early Christian Studies 20/3 (Fall 2012)

“‘How Shall the Seeker Say Amen?’ The ‘Seeker’ and the Service in 1 Corinthians 14,” Christian Studies 13 (1993): 22–31

“Living as Sacrifices: Walking in Accordance with the Spirit in Romans 12–15,” Christian Studies 20 (2004): 33–42

Marcan Priority Without Q: Explorations in the Farrer Hypothesis (co-editor, with John C. Poirier),  Library of New Testament Studies 455, T & T Clark, 2015

“Matthew’s Ending and the Genesis of Luke-Acts: The Farrer Hypothesis and the Birth of Christian History,” in Marcan Priority Without Q, 140–59

“Order in the Double Tradition and the Existence of Q,” in Questioning Q (ed. Mark S. Goodacre and Nicholas Perrin, SPCK, 2004), 28–43

“On Earth As It Is in Heaven,” in Lord, Teach Us to Pray: The Lord’s Prayer for Today’s Church (ed. M. R. Weed, K. D. Stanglin, and M. T. Hall), Christian Studies Press, 2015

“Philippians,” in The Transforming Word: A Restoration Bible Commentary (ed. Mark W. Hamilton), ACU Press, 2008, 965 –71

“Preaching Technique: Ministry of the Word in a Wired World,” Christian Studies 17 (1999): 47–56

“Redeeming the Time: The Christian Year and Life in the Risen Christ,” Christian Studies 26 (2013–14): 33–46

Renewing the Tradition: Studies in Honor of James W. Thompson (co-editor, with Mark W.Hamilton and Thomas H. Olbricht), Princeton Theological Monograph Series 65, Wipf & Stock, 2006

“Spirit of Holiness or Spirit of the Age? The Holy Spirit in the Teaching of Paul,” Christian Studies 16 (1996–97): 17–32

“The Sacrifice of Praise,” Christian Studies 24 (2010): 43–54

“The First and Second Tables of the Law in the New Testament,” Christian Studies 23 (2009): 47–58

“The Image of God in Pauline Preaching,” Leaven 16 (2008): 82–85

“The Extent of Christian Theological Diversity: Pauline Evidence,” Restoration Quarterly 48  (2005): 1–14

“‘The Circumcision of the Christ’: The Significance of Baptism in the Letter to the Colossians and the Churches of the Restoration,” Restoration Quarterly 43 (2001): 65–77

“Three Things That Matter: A Sermon,” Christian Studies 18 (2000–2001): 61–68

Things That Matter: A Guide to Christian Faith (contributor and co-editor, with Michael R. Weed), 3rd ed., Christian Studies Press, 2000

“Whatever You Ask in My Name,” Leaven 3 (1994): 7–9

“What Should Christian Do? Revisiting John Howard Yoder’s What Would You Do?” Christian Studies 25 (2011–12): 61–78

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