Philemon. Commentaries on Social Identity in the New Testament. Edited by K. Ehrensperger, P. Esler, et. al. Edinburgh: T&T Clark. In Process and Forthcoming in 2019.
Communication, Pedagogy, and the Gospel of Mark. E. Shively and G. Van Oyen, eds. Society of Biblical Literature Resources for Biblical Studies 83. Atlanta: SBL Press, 2016.
Apocalyptic Imagination in the Gospel of Mark: The Literary and Theological Role of Mark 3:22-30. BZNW 189. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2012.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
‘The Purification of the Body and the Reign of God in the Gospel of Mark,’ Journal of Theological Studies,’ Accepted and Forthcoming in 2019.
‘Recognizing Penguins: Audience Expectation, Cognitive Genre Theory, and the Ending of Mark’s Gospel,’ Catholic Biblical Quarterly. In Press and Forthcoming in April 2018.
‘What Type of Resistance? How Apocalyptic Discourse Functions as Social Discourse in Mark’s Gospel,’ Journal for the Study of the New Testament 37 (2015): 381-406.
‘Cultivating Imagination in Biblical Interpretation: A Classroom Exercise,’ in Practical Matters: A Transdisciplinary Multimedia Journal of Practical Theology and Religious Practices. Issue 1: Imagination. (2009). Online: www.practicalmatters.org.
‘The σῶμα and the Transformation of Persons in the Letter to the Romans,’ Pages in The Crucified Apostle: Essays on Peter and Paul. T.A. Wilson and P. R. House, eds. WUNT 2. Reihe 450. Mohr Siebeck: Tübingen, 2017.
‘Becoming a Disciple without Seeing Jesus: Narrative as a Way of Knowing in Mark’s Gospel,’ in Let the Reader Understand: Studies in Honor of Elizabeth Struthers Malbon. LNTS 583; Edited by Edwin K. Broadhead. New York: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2017.
‘Mark,’ in Oxford Handbook of New Testament Rhetoric. Edited by Mark Given. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Submitted and Forthcoming in 2018.
‘The Gospel According to Mark,’ in Cambridge Companion to the Gospels, ed. Stephen Barton. 2d ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. In Process and Forthcoming in 2018.
“Authorial Intention, Narrative Worldmaking, and the Gospel of Mark: Rethinking the Narrative Communication Paradigm,” in Method and Meaning: Reading the Gospel of Mark in the Twenty-First Century. Edited by Geert Van Oyen. Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium 293. Leuven: Leuven University Press; Peeters. Submitted and Forthcoming in 2018.
‘Apocalyptic and the Kingdom in Mark 3:7-35,’ in Reading Mark in Context: Jesus and Second Temple Judaism. Edited by B. C. Blackwell, J. K. Goodrich, and J. Matson. Grand Rapids: Zondervan. In Press and Forthcoming in September 2018.
‘Revelation 20:1-15,’ in Reading Revelation in Context. Edited by Ben C. Blackwell, John K. Goodrich, and Jason Matson. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, In Process and Forthcoming in 2018.
‘Introduction: Recovering the Relationship between Research and Teaching,’ pages 1-9 in Communication, Pedagogy, and the Gospel of Mark. E. Shively and G. Van Oyen, eds. Society of Biblical Literature Resources for Biblical Studies 83. Atlanta: SBL Press, 2016.
‘Characterizing the Non-Human: Satan in the Gospel of Mark,’ in Character Studies and the Gospel of Mark. C. Skinner and M. Hauge, eds. Library of New Testament Studies. London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2014.
‘The Story Matters: Solving the Problem of the Parables in Mark 3:22-30.’ Pages 122-44 in Between Author and Audience in Mark: Narration, Characterization, Interpretation. Edited by E. S. Malbon. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2009.
Short Articles and Reviews
‘From Scripture to Doctrine: How Interpretation and Theology Intertwined for John Calvin.’ Bible Study Magazine. September/October 9 (2017): 37-39.
‘Why Jesus has come: Mark 1:23-26’, Devotions on the Greek New Testament: 52 Reflections to Inspire and Instruct, Vol. 2. Edited by Paul Jackson. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2017.
‘May your kingdom come: Matthew 6:9-10’, Devotions on the Greek New Testament: 52 Reflections to Inspire and Instruct, Vol. 2. Edited by Paul Jackson. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2017.
Review of Paul Ricoeur’s Hermeneutics and the Discourse of Mark 13: Appropriating the Apocalyptic, Review of Biblical Literature, Forthcoming in 2018.
Review of J. R. Daniel Kirk, A Man Attested by God: The Human Jesus of the Synoptic Gospels, in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 60 (2017): 637-39.
Review of Nicholas P. Lunn, The Original Ending of Mark: A New Case for the Authenticity of Mark 16:9-20, Review of Biblical Literature [http://www.bookreviews.org] (October 2016).
Review of C. Clifton Black, The Disciples According to Mark: Markan Redaction in Current Debate, 2d ed. Expository Times. 125 (2014): 248-49.
Review of K. R. Iverson and C. W. Skinner, eds. Mark as Story: Retrospect and Prospect. Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society (2012): 854-57.
Review of M. Tait, Jesus, The Divine Bridegroom in Mark 2:18-22: Mark’s Christology Upgraded. Catholic Biblical Quarterly. 74 (2012): 832-34.
Dr. Shively is also a frequent contributor to workingpreacher.org.