Re: [John_Lit] introduction
- efholer wrote:
> Greetings list members,Introductions aren't particularly standard on this list, but it is interesting
to know whom one is dialoguing with. I'm particularly glad to see someone else
on the list who has literary and rhetorical interests. Welcome to the list!
It is always good to know who we are dialoging with. I'm glad to hear
you are interested in Rhetorical and Literary Criticism. It's good to
find someone with like-minded interests. I look forward to your
participation in the list.
On Mon, 24 Jun 2002 21:23:21 -0700 "efholer" <efholer@...>
Greetings list members,
I don't believe that introductions are standard on this list, but I
thought I would introduce myself anyway as a courtesy in case an
opportunity arises for me to contribute to the Johannine dialogue.
My name is Eric Fholer, I'm 24, live and work in Kirkland, Washington,
and attend school part-time at Northwest Theological Seminary in
Lynnwood, Wa, both suburbs in the Seattle metroplex. My educational
background includes a BA in literary criticism and creative writing from
of Oklahoma, along with some musical performance studies in voice
(singing in choirs and opera companies was more a hobby for me than a
real field of study). Beginning in 1999 I spent a year point 5 working
through and researching the 4th gospel and have been enamoured ever
Though I am appreciative of many other approaches, I am primarily
interested in literary and rhetorical examinations of the text.
Currently I am working on an exegetical paper of John 2:1-11 for one of
my New Testament classes. Once I gain some coherence to my thoughts on
this pericope I hope to share them with the list for some helpful
cheers from warm and sunny Seattle (yes, we have these kind of days!)
Northwest Theological Seminary
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