AllisonConstructing Jesus p. 10. The degree to which Allison was (or had bound himself to be) consistent in applying ‘recurrent attestation’ in chapters 2–6 is debated in the review and response below.
Rafael RodríguezStructuring Early Christian Memory: Jesus in Tradition Performance and Text (Library of New Testament Studies, 407/European Studies on Christian Origins; London: T&T Clark International2010).
Franco Fabbro‘Left and Right in the Bible from a Neuropsychological Perspective’Brain and Cognition24 (1994) pp. 161–83; idem Destra e sinistra nella Bibbia. Uno studio neuropsicologico (Rimini: Guaraldi 1995); idem ‘Prospettive d’interpretazione della glossolalia paolina sotto il profilo della neurolinguistica’ RivB 46 (1998) pp. 157–78; idem The Neurolinguistics of Bilingualism (Hove: Psychology Press 1999); and idem Neuropsicologia dell’esperienza religiosa (Rome: Astrolabio-Ubaldini 2010). Both reviewers refer specifically in their reviews to the vantage points from which they write.