Sonya Cronin (PhD Religion, 2009) currently teaches classes in the Department of Religion, both in the area of Religion and Fantasy/Science Fiction Literature and Western Antiquity (Bible). Her interests lie the area of narrative approaches to Hebrew Bible as well as Intertextuality in the New Testament, and she is currently on the steering committee of the Intertextuality in the NT group for the national Society of Biblical Literature (SBL). Her current research is in the Gospel of Mark’s use of Hebrew Bible, as well as side projects evaluating the biblical themes in modern fantasy literature.
- Raymond Brown, 'The Jews,' and the Gospel of John (Bloomsbury Publishing 2016)
- Teaching the Bible in the Liberal Arts Classroom, Volume Two (Sheffield Phoenix Press 2015, Edited by Jane S. Webster, Glenn S. Holland)
PART II: STRATEGIES : Fantasy: The ‘Renewed’ Genre for Making Necessary a Biblical Education for Understanding our Contemporary World
SUMMER 2018, 2019, 2021 (UPCOMING)
FSU Study abroad program (LONDON)