A few more additions …

A few more additions before I call it a night – various categories:


Andreas J. Köstenberger, “Ascertaining women’s God-ordained roles: an interpretation of 1 Timothy 2:15.” Bulletin for Biblical Research 7 (1997): 107-144.

Andreas J. Köstenberger, “Hermeneutical and exegetical challenges in interpreting the Pastoral Epistles.” Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 7, no. 3 (2003): 4-17.


Gerald W. Peterman, “Marriage and sexual fidelity in the papyri, Plutarch and Paul.” Tyndale Bulletin 50, no. 2 (1999): 163-172.


Gustavo Martin-Asensio,”Transivity-based foregrounding in the
Acts of the Apostles: a functional-grammatical approach.”
PhD, University of Surrey, 1998. [Free access on registration; uk.bl.ethos.297931 ]


William V. Crockett, “Universalism and the theology of Paul.” PhD, University of Glasgow, 1986. [Free access on registration; uk.bl.ethos.236114 ]

John D. Grassmick, “The old man and the new man: a study in Pauline theology.” PhD, University of Glasgow, 2000. [Free access on registration; uk.bl.ethos.297931 ]

Gary Steven Shogren, “The Pauline proclamation of the Kingdom of God and the Kingdom of Christ within its New Testament setting.” PhD, University of Aberdeen, 1986. [Free access on registration; uk.bl.ethos.234655 ]

Karl Staab, Pauluskommentare aus der griechischen Kirche: aus Katenenhandschriften gesammelt. (Münster: Aschendorff, 1933).


Brian Capper, “Wealth.” In: Jesus in history, thought, and culture: an encyclopedia. Ed. J. L. Houlden, Vol. 2, 864-869. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2003.

Brian Capper, “John, Qumran and virtuoso religion (Paper read at the special John and Qumran seminar of the Society of Biblical Literature meeting in San Diego, November 2007).”

Brian Capper, “Jesus, virtuoso religion, and the community of goods (Paper presented in February 2008 in the seminar series Engaging Economics at St. Mary’s College, St. Andrews).”


Daniel Sefa-Dapaah, “An investigation into the relationship between John the Baptist and Jesus of Nazareth: a socio-historical study.” PhD, University of Coventry, 1995. [Free access on registration; uk.bl.ethos.283783 ]


Peter Geoffrey Bolt, “Do you not care that we are perishing: Jesus’ defeat of death in Mark’s Gospel.” PhD, King’s College London, 1997. [Free access on registration; uk.bl.ethos.267803 ]


F. F. Bruce, “Galatian problems: 1. Autobiographical data.” Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 51, no. 2 (1969): 292-309.

F. F. Bruce, “Galatian problems. 2. North or South Galatians?” Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 52, no. 2 (1970): 243-266.

F. F. Bruce, “Galatian problems: 3. The ‘other’ gospel.” Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 53, no. 2 (1971): 253-271.

F. F. Bruce, “Galatian problems: 4. The date of the epistle.” Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 54, no. 2 (1972): 250-267.

F. F. Bruce, “Galatian problems: 5. Galatians and Christian origins.” Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 55, no. 2 (1973): 264-284.


Andreas J. Köstenberger, “The mystery of Christ and the church: head and body, ‘one flesh’.” In: Studies on John and gender: a decade of scholarship, 185-202. New York: Peter Lang, 2001.


Brian Capper, “Jesus, virtuoso religion, and the community of goods (Paper presented in February 2008 in the seminar series Engaging Economics at St. Mary’s College, St. Andrews).”