Psychology and Biblical Studies

 

Psychology and Biblical Studies Section

Bibliography

October 2003


In connection with the application for renewal of the Psychology and Biblical Studies Section, the following works were identified as having either developed from presentations to the Section or otherwise being inspired by the group.

 

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Alter, M. (2002). Why the Bible is Good for Children (And Even Adults). Family Ministries, 16(2), 33-44.

Alter, M. (2002). The Wounded Healer Spelled Out: Review of Jesus: A Psychological Biography. Pastoral Psychology, 50(6), 447-458.

Anderson, P. N. (1995). Cognitive Origins of John's Christological Unity and Disunity. Horizons in Biblical Theology; An International Dialogue, 17, 1-24.

Anderson, P. N. (1997). The Christology of the Fourth Gospel: Its Unity and Disunity in the Light of John 6: Trinity Press International.

Anderson, P. N. (1997). The Sitz im Leben of the Johannine Bread of Life Discourse and its Evolving Context. In A. Culpepper (Ed.), Critical Readings of John 6 (Vol. 22, pp. 1-59). Leiden: E.J. Brill.

Anderson, P. N. (2000). Navigating the Living Waters of the Gospel of John–On Wading with Children and Swimming with Elephants. Philadelphia: Pendle Hill Pamphlets.

Anderson, P. N. (2000). Using the Bible for Spiritual Formation. In F. R. K. w. M. Grundy (Ed.), Companions Along the Way; Spiritual Formation Within the Quaker Tradition (pp. 157-161). Philadelphia: Philadelphia Yearly Meeting.

Anderson, P. N. (2001). The Having-Sent-Me Father — Aspects of Agency, Encounter, and Irony in the Johannine Father-Son Relationship. Semeia.

Anderson, P. N. (2001). Mark and John – the Bi-Optic Gospels. In R. Fortna & T. Thatcher (Eds.), Jesus and the Johannine Tradition. Philadelphia: Westminster/John Knox Press.

Anderson, P. N. (2002). Interfluential, Formative, and Dialectical – A Theory of John's Relation to the Synoptics. In P. Hofrichter (Ed.), Für und Gegen die Priorität des Johannesevangeliums: Theologische Texte und Studien. Hildesheim, Zuerich, and New York: Georg Olms Verlag.

Anderson, P. N. (2002). Jesus Matters: A Response to Professors Borg, Powell, and Kinkel. Quaker Religious Thought, 98.

Anderson, P. N. (2002). Review of Jesus: A Psychological Biography. Pastoral Psychology, 50(6), 415-423.

Blessing, K. (2000). Murray Bowen's family systems theory as Bible hermeneutic illustrated using the family of the Prodigal Son. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 19(1), 38-46.

Blessing, K. (2002). The 'Confusion Technique' of Milton Erickson as Hermeneutic for Biblical Parables. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 161-168.

Blessing, K. (forthcoming). Biblical Hermeneutics in Light of Murray Bowen. In J. H. Ellens & W. G. Rollins (Eds.), Psychology and the Bible: A New Way to Read the Scriptures. Westport, CT: Greenwood-Praeger.

Blessing, K. (forthcoming). How to Love: Healthy Family Relationships in a Christian Perspective. St. Louis: Chalice Press.

Brown, S. (2002). Psychology and the Bible: Freud and Jung. Ferment: Christianity in Transition, III(1), 51-53.

Brown, S. (2003). A Critical Evaluation of Hal Childs' The Myth of the Historical Jesus and the Evolution of Consciousness. Pastoral Psychology, 51(6), 477-479.

Capps, D. (2000). Jesus: A psychological biography. St. Louis: Chalice Press.

Capps, D. (2002). Response to Alter, Childs and Hutch. Pastoral Psychology, 50(6), 475-480.

Capps, D. (2002). Response to Ellens, Miller and Anderson. Pastoral Psychology, 50(6), 425-446.

Capps, D. (2002). A Summary of Jesus: A psychological biography. Pastoral Psychology, 50(6), 391-400.

Childs, H. (2002). A Review of Jesus: A Psychological Biography. Pastoral Psychology, 50(6), 459-468.

Childs, H. (2003). Jesus, Historians, and the Psychology of Historiography: A Response to My Respondents. Pastoral Psychology, 51(6), 491-507.

Daschke, D. (forthcoming). "Because of My Grief I have Spoken:" The Psychology of Loss in 4 Ezra. In J. H. Ellens & W. G. Rollins (Eds.), Psychology and the Bible: A New Way to Read Scriptures. Westport CT: Greenwood-Praeger.

Davis, C. T. (2002). The Evolution of a Pauline Toxic Text. Pastoral Psychology, 51(2), 165-176.

Davis, C. T. (forthcoming). The Historical Jesus as a Justification for Terror. In J. H. Ellens (Ed.), The Destructive Power of Religion: Praeger-Greenwood.

Davis, C. T. (forthcoming). The Qur'an, Islamic Theology, and Jihad. In J. H. Ellens (Ed.), The Destructive Power of Religion: Praeger-Greenwood.

Davis, C. T. (forthcoming). Revelation: Chapter Seventeen: The Apocalypse as Psychic Drama. In J. H. Ellens & W. G. Rollins (Eds.), Psychology and the Bible: A New Way to Read Scriptures. Westport CT: Greenwood-Praeger.

Davis, C. T. (forthcoming). Seeds of Violence in Biblical Hermeneutics. In J. H. Ellens (Ed.), The Destructive Power of Religion: Praeger-Greenwood.

Ellens, J. H. (2002). Psychological Aspects of Biblical Apocalypticism. Pastoral Psychology, 51(2), 157-163.

Ellens, J. H. (2002). A Psychological Biography for Jesus: Responding to Donald Capps' Jesus: A Psychological Biography. Pastoral Psychology, 50(6), 401-407.

Ellens, J. H. (2002). Wayne G. Rollins' Soul and Psyche: An Appreciation. Pastoral Psychology, 51(2), 119-123.

Ellens, J. H., Ed. (2002). Donald Capp's Jesus: A psychological biography. Pastoral Psychology, 50(6).

Ellens, J. H., Ed. (2002). Wayne G. Rollins' Soul and Psyche. Pastoral Psychology, 51(2).

Ellens, J. H., Ed. (2003). Special Issue: The Myth of the Historical Jesus and the Evolution of Consciousness by Hal Childs. Pastoral Psychology, 51(6).

Ellens, J. H., & Rollins, W. G. (Eds.). (forthcoming). Psychology and the Bible: A New Way to Read the Scriptures. Westport, CT: Greenwood-Praeger.

Farrell, T. J. (forthcoming). In Memoriam: Walter J. Ong, S.J. (1912-2003). Conference on Christianity and Literature.

Hutch, R. (2002). Review and Critique of Jesus: A Psychological Biography. Pastoral Psychology, 50(6), 469-474.

Kille, D. A. (2001). Psychology and the Bible: Three Worlds of the Text. Pastoral Psychology, 51(2), 125-134.

Kille, D. A. (2003). "The Bible Made Me Do It:" Text, Interpretation and Violence. Religious Studies News (SBL Edition), 4(6), www.sbl-site.org/Newsletter/06_2003/Kille.html.

Kille, D. A. (2004). Jesus in a Psychological Age: A Review of John W. Miller's Jesus at Thirty. Pastoral Psychology, 52(3), 279-285.

Kille, D. A. (forthcoming). "The Bible Made Me Do It:" Text, Interpretation and Violence. In J. H. Ellens (Ed.), The Destructive Power of Religion: Praeger-Greenwood.

Kille, D. A. (forthcoming). The Day of the Lord from a Jungian Perspective. In J. H. Ellens & W. G. Rollins (Eds.), Psychology and the Bible: A New Way to Read Scriptures. Westport, CT: Greenwood-Praeger.

Kille, D. A. (forthcoming). Jacob: A Study in Individuation. In J. H. Ellens & W. G. Rollins (Eds.), Psychology and the Bible: A New Way to Read Scriptures. Westport, CT: Greenwood-Praeger.

Kille, D. A. (forthcoming). Psychological Interpretation. In K. Vanhoozer & N. T. Wright & C. Bartholomew & D. Treier (Eds.), Dictionary of the Theological Interpretation of Scripture. Wheaton, IL: Wheaton.

Kille, D. A. (forthcoming). Psychology and the Bible: Three Worlds of the Text. In J. H. Ellens & W. G. Rollins (Eds.), Psychology and the Bible: A New Way to Read Scriptures. Westport, CT: Greenwood-Praeger.

McNish, J. L. (2002). Uses of Theories of Depth Psychology in Ordained MInistry and the Institutional Church. Journal of Pastoral Care, 56(2).

McNish, J. L. (2003). Shame's Revelatory and Transformative Potential, and Its Use and Misuse by the Church's Pastoral Ministry. American Journal of Pastoral Counseling, 6(2).

McNish, J. L. (forthcoming). The Bible and the Psychology of Shame. In J. H. Ellens & W. G. Rollins (Eds.), Psychology and the Bible: A New Way to Read Scriptures. Westport, CT: Greenwood-Praeger.

McNish, J. L. (forthcoming). Transforming Shame: A Pastoral Response. Binghamton, NY: Haworth.

Merenlahti, P. (2002). Poetics and Psychoanalysis: A Case for Instrumental Metaphors?, Poetics for the Gospels? Rethinking Narrative Criticism (pp. 131-142). London & New York: T&T Clark.

Merkur, D. (1995-96). "And He Trusted In Yahweh": The Transformation of Abram in Gen 12-13 and 15. Journal of Psychology of Religion, 4-5, 65-68.

Miller, J. W. (2002). Review of Jesus: A Psychological Biography. Pastoral Psychology, 50(6), 409-414.

Morrow, W. (forthcoming). Comfort for Jerusalem. The Second Isaiah as Counsellor to Refugees. Biblical Theology Bulletin.

Newheart, M. W. (2000). Soul 2 Soul: A Post-Modern Exegete in Search of (New Testament) Soul. Journal of Religious Thought(55.2-56.1), 1-17.

Newheart, M. W. (2001). Word and Soul: A Psychological, Literary, and Cultural Reading of the Fourth Gospel. Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press.

Rashkow, I. N. (2002). The Hermeneutical Agenda: Between Text and Reader. Pastoral Psychology, 51(2), 151-156.

Rashkow, I. N. (forthcoming). Daughters and Fathers in Genesis, Or, what is Wrong With This Picture? In J. H. Ellens & W. G. Rollins (Eds.), Psychology and the Bible: A New Way to Read the Scriptures. Westport, CT: Greenwood-Praeger.

Rashkow, I. N. (forthcoming). Hell Hath No Fury: God, Language, and Lacan. In J. H. Ellens (Ed.), The Destructive Power of Religion. Westport, CT: Praeger-Greenwood.

Rashkow, I. N. (forthcoming). The 'Rape(s)' of Dinah (Genesis 34): 'False Religion and Excess in Revenge. In J. H. Ellens (Ed.), The Destructive Power of Religion. Westport, CT: Praeger-Greenwood.

Rashkow, I. N. (forthcoming). Sexuality and Family in the Hebrew Bible: Freud's Lens. In J. H. Ellens & W. G. Rollins (Eds.), Psychology and the Bible: A New Way to Read the Scriptures. Westport, CT: Greenwood-Praeger.

Rashkow, I. N. (forthcoming). "'What's In A Name? That Which We Call A Rose By Any Other Name Would Smell As Sweet": God's Name, Lacan, And The Ultimate Phallus. In J. H. Ellens & W. G. Rollins (Eds.), Psychology and the Bible: A New Way to Read the Scriptures. Westport, CT: Greenwood-Praeger.

Rollins, W. G. (1997). The Bible and Psychology: New Directions in Biblical Scholarship. Pastoral Psychology, 45, 163-179.

Rollins, W. G. (1999). Carl Gustav Jung. In J. Hayes (Ed.), Dictionary of Biblical Interpretation (pp. 652). Nashville: Abingdon.

Rollins, W. G. (1999). Psychology and Biblical Studies. In J. Hayes (Ed.), Dictionary of Biblical Interpretation (pp. 337-341). Nashville: Abingdon.

Rollins, W. G. (1999). Soul and Psyche: The Bible in Psychological Perspective. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress.

Rollins, W. G. (2002). The Bible in Psycho-Spiritual Perspective: News From the World of Biblical Scholarship. Pastoral Psychology, 51(2), 101-118.

Rollins, W. G. (2003). Crossan on the Couch, Along with the Rest of Us: Part One: The Silhouette of a Jesus Scholar from the Perspective of Psychological Realism as Developed by Hal Childs. Pastoral Psychology, 51(6), 441-454.

Rollins, W. G. (2003). Crossan on the Couch, Along with the Rest of Us: Part Two: Six Proposals Toward a New Paradigm for a Psychologically Realistic Approach to the Search for the Historical Jesus as Suggested by the Work of Hal Childs. Pastoral Psychology, 51(6), 455-468.

Rollins, W. G. (forthcoming). The Bible and Psychology: New Directions in Biblical Scholarship. Paper presented at the Psychological Aspects of Biblical Concepts and Persons, Vrije Universiteet, Amsterdam.

Rollins, W. G. (forthcoming). Book Review of Depth Psychology Interpretation and the Bible: An Ontological Essay on Freud by Brian Polka. Studies in Religion/ Science Religieuses.

Rollins, W. G. (forthcoming). The Myth of Redemptive Violence vs. the Myth of Redemptive Love: Commentary on Walter Wink's The Powers That Be. In J. H. Ellens (Ed.), The Destructive Power of Religion: Violence in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam (pp. forthcoming). Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group.

Rollins, W. G. (forthcoming). The Second Shoe: An Appreciation and Critique of Walter Wink's The Human Being: Jesus and the Enigma of the Son of the Man. Crosscurrents.

Underwood, R. (2002). Soul and Psyche: A Critical Assessment. Pastoral Psychology, 51(2), 135-149.

Wink, W. (2002). The Human Being: Jesus and the Enigma of the Son of the Man. Minneapolis, MN: Augsburg Fortress.

Wink, W. (2003). An Appreciation of Hal Childs' Critique of Historical Jesus Research. Pastoral Psychology, 51(6), 481-486.

 

Bibliography compiled by D. Andrew Kille, Co-chair, Psychology and Biblical Studies Section