Hello, I'm Stewart Fleming. I run Famous Fox Publishing, a small independent publisher of books on biblical exegesis from a conservative Evangelical standpoint which I hope will be interesting and helpful to readers from other traditions and backgrounds also.
Jairus’ Daughter and the Woman with an Issue of Blood in Mark 5:21-43 – Part 1
This is the first part of what I hope will be a series of articles in which we explore the structure – and hopefully also come to understand a little of the meaning and significance – of Jesus’ two intercalated… Read More ›
Who Are the Husband and Wife in Romans 7:1-6?
In Romans 7:1-6, Paul gives a famous illustration of a wife who re-marries after the death of her first husband. A number of traditional commentators saw this illustration as an allegory in which the first husband is the “old nature”,… Read More ›
Jesus’ Sea Voyages in the Gospel of Mark
In this article, I attempt to show that there is a pattern or structure to Jesus’ six sea journeys across the Sea of Galilee recorded in Mark’s Gospel. This pattern includes not just the geographical aspects of the journeys themselves,… Read More ›
Living Stones – a Chiastic Analysis of 1 Peter 2:1-12
A chiastic structure to 1 Peter 2:1-12 is becoming more widely recognised and this article is an attempt to contribute to that work. An important theme of 1 Peter 2:1-12 is the pattern of Christ’s Person and work being reproduced… Read More ›
“Tongues as Languages Understood By the Speaker” – a Structural Analysis of 1 Cor. 14:1-19
This article is a structural analysis of 1 Corinthians 14:1-19 which pays particular attention to the chiastic structure in verses 6-19. The structure will be analysed from the perspective that the spiritual gift of languages or tongues refers to human… Read More ›
“Be Not Unequally Yoked Together With Unbelievers” (2 Cor. 6:14) – a Chiastic Analysis of 2 Cor. 6:11-7:4a
In this short article, I attempt a structural analysis of 2 Cor. 6:11-7:4a. This passage includes the famous verse about not being yoked together with unbelievers. Although this verse is widely understood to be about marriage, the context suggests that… Read More ›
Acts Ch. 2 – A Structural Analysis
The momentous events of the Day of Pentecost are described in Acts Ch. 2. In this article, I attempt a structural analysis of the chapter. I hope you will find the article interesting, and welcome any comments and corrections. The… Read More ›
Mustard Seed Faith – is it Big Faith or Little Faith?
In Matthew 17:20 and Luke 17:6 Jesus refers to “faith as a grain of mustard” – or ” faith as a mustard seed” and in both cases, Jesus describes great results which follow on from such faith. Most commentators… Read More ›