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: 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: 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, forthcoming, 2017

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

“‘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: 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, forthcoming, 2017

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

“‘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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