Sean A. Adams
Sean A. Adams has earned a B.A. is Psychology and Classics, a M.Div in biblical studies and is currently working on a degree in biblical studies under Stanley E. Porter with a focus on discourse analysis. His research has focused upon the language and literature of the NT, specifically the linguistic analysis of Hellenistic Greek. His present interests include ancient epistolary theory, Greek historiography, the use of the OT in the NT. Sean is also interested with Luke-Acts, and the writings of Paul.
Articles in Journals and Periodicals
‘Luke's Preface (1.1-4) and its Relationship to Greek Historical Prefaces: A Response to Loveday Alexander..’ Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism 3 (2006) 177-191.
‘Feminist Biblical Interpretation’ (). Dictionary of Biblical Criticism and Interpretation. Ed. Stanley E. Porter. vols. London: Routledge, 2006.
Recent Papers and Presentations
‘Linguistic Analysis and Cohesion in 2 Peter: Using a discourse approach to determine its Structure and divisions..’ Presented at SBL Annual Meeting, Washington D.C. (November 2006).
‘The Paragraph in Hellenistic Greek: The Use of Formal Features in the Determination of Paragraph Breaks.’ Presented at LIABG, Hamilton (August 2006).
‘Luke's Preface (1.1-4) and its Relationship to Greek Historical Prefaces: A Response to Loveday Alexander..’ Presented at CSBS Annual Meeting, Toronto (May 2006).
‘Ancient Greek Historiography and Its Methodology: Is There a Lukan Relation?.’ Presented at CSBS Annual Meeting, Toronto (May 2006).