This article is intended to be a radically different approach to the empty-tomb narratives in Mark and John. John and Peter racing to the tomb on Easter morning -By Burnard Introduction In a recent issue of Homiletic and … [Read more...]
About Rev. James Swetnam SJ
Rev. James Swetnam, S.J., is professor emeritus of the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome at which he was stationed for fifty years as professor, editor, administrator, and pastoral minister. He holds licentiate degrees in philosophy and theology from Saint Louis University and in biblical studies from the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome and Jerusalem. He also holds a D.Phil. degree in Scripture from the University of Oxford. He is a resident of Jesuit Hall at Saint Louis University. You can follow Fr. Swetnam's scholarly reflections by visiting his website: http://web.mac.com/jameshswetnam/Site/Home_Page.html.