Dr. Andrew Burrow

Phone: 205-871-3516 ext. 8511

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

B.A., Samford University, 2006 (Religion and Classics) M.A., Yale University, 2011 (Religion, Ancient Languages) Additional Studies, Tel-Aviv University (Israel), 2011 (Religion, Hebrew) Ph.D., St Mary's University Twickenham, 2018 (Biblical Studies)

Dr. Andrew Burrow

Dr. Burrow teaches multiple levels of Latin I and Latin II.  Before coming to Mountain Brook, he taught Latin and Greek at John Carroll Catholic High School.  Dr. Burrow loves to teach students, to research, and to write.  More information about him can be found on his bio page.

Selection of Publications:

Books
Doctoral thesis under review for publication

Articles
“Bargaining with Jesus, Irony in Mark 5:1–20.” Biblical Interpretation 25.2 (2017): 234–251.

Book Reviews
RelSRev
   Review of Adam Copenhaver, Reconstructing the Historical Background of Paul’s Rhetoric in the Letter to the Colossians. (forthcoming 2019)
   Review of David Capes, Rediscovering Paul: An Introduction to His World, Letters and Theology. (forthcoming 2019)
   Review of Nina E. Livesey, Galatians and the Rhetoric of Crisis. RelSRev 44.4 (2018)
   Review of E. Richards and Brandon O’Brien, Paul Behaving Badly. RelSRev 44.4 (2018)


Encyclopedia Entries
Invited contributing author, Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception. Edited by Christine Helmer. De Gruyter, 2017–.
Sanhedrin                            Naggai
Scales from the Eyes             Nahum
Pontus                                  Neapolis
Presentation of Jesus in NT     Neri
                                           Nicolaus

 Selection of Papers:

“Paul’s Use of the Law in Gal 4:21–31 and its Implications for More Recent Discussions on Paul’s Views of Torah.” Accepted for presentation at the Society of Biblical Literature SE Regional meeting (2019)

"The Syncretism of Jewish and Egyptian Beliefs in Elephantine, Egypt, within the Sixth to Fourth Centuries, BCE." Accepted for presentation at Samford University (2019)

“Pedagogy from the Ancient World: Applying Aristotle’s On Rhetoric to the Modern Foreign Language Classroom.” Accepted for presentation at Catholic Teachers of Alabama Annual Meeting (forthcoming)

“Expectations and Reality: Navigating the Stages of the PhD Process.” Post-Graduate Research Conference, St Mary’s University Twickenham (2017)

 Selection of Committees

Leadership Development Program, Mountain Brook City Schools (2018–)

World Language Curriculum Committee, Mountain Brook City Schools (2017–2018)

World Language Philosophy and Goals Committee, Mountain Brook City Schools (2017–2018)

College Leadership Council Selection Committee, John Carroll Catholic High School (2014–2015)

Co-Chair for Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) Internal Accreditation Committee, John Carroll Catholic High School (2012–2013)