Coleman A. Baker


Coleman Baker is the Program Manager of Brite Divinity School's Soul Repair Center and teaches Biblical Studies at Texas Christian University. A native Texan, Dr. Baker is a biblical scholar whose interest includes religious identity, particularly the role of biblical texts and social memory in social identity formation. He is the author of Identity, Memory, and Narrative in Early Christianity: Peter, Paul, and Recategorization in the Book of Acts, "Social Identity Theory and Biblical Interpretation" (Biblical Theology Bulletin) and "Early Christian Identity Formation: From Ethnicity and Theology to Socio-Narrative Criticism" (Currents in Biblical Research) as well as other articles and chapters on social identity theory and the Bible. He is also the co-editor (with J. Brian Tucker) of The T&T Clark Handbook to Social Identity in the New Testament.


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