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Critical Questions Series 2: A Reply by James Crossley

In this piece, James Crossley offers a reply to the 11 posts in this second instalment of the Critical Questions Series, dealing with questions of politics and scholarship within the study of religion. Reading through the Critical Questions Series on … Continue reading

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Jesus in an Age of Neoliberalism: An Interview with James G. Crossley (Part 3 of 3)

(This is the third and final part of a three part interview with James G. Crossley. Part 1 can be found here, and Part 2 here.) Craig Martin: If I might press you on a point I found interesting and … Continue reading

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Jesus in an Age of Neoliberalism: An Interview with James G. Crossley (Part 1 of 3)

I recently interviewed James G. Crossley—with a little help from Philip Tite—about James’ recent book, Jesus in an Age of Neoliberalism: Quests, Scholarship and Ideology (Equinox, 2012). According to the book’s description, it “analyses the ideology underpinning scholarly and popular quests … Continue reading

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Immodest Proposals, Unquestioned Answers

By Ian Brown In a recent and provocative essay entitled, “An Immodest Proposal for Biblical Studies,” James Crossley notes, Biblical Studies has not really generated unique methods and ought rather to be conceived as a field of study which utilizes methods … Continue reading

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