New Paul “Pistis Christou” article

Addition to Matthew: Articles and Chapters in Books

Barbara Reid’s very useful introductory commentary on Matthew in the New Collegeville Bible Commentary: New Testament is available in toto at the Liturgical Press website: link added.

Barbara E. Reid, “The Gospel according to Matthew.” In: New Collegeville Bible commentary: New Testament. Ed. Daniel Durken. (Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 2009), pp. 1-90.

‘Older Works’

We have re-structured pages that have older books (generally: pre-1950) listed on them. In each case, such works are listed under their own heading immediately following ‘Books and Dissertations’. We hope that this will make it easier to find contemporary material. Of course, some items are borderline matters.

The exception so far have been the ‘Greek NT Gateway’ pages, the re-structuring of which present a more complex problem which we will tackle in the future.

Additions: Women and Gender

Several additions to the following two pages:

Books and Dissertations

Articles and Reviews

Additions: Textual Criticism: Papyrology

Textual Criticism: Papyrology

Generalverwaltung der Koeniglichen Museen zu Berlin (ed.), Aegyptische Urkunden aus den Koeniglichen Museen zu Berlin. (Berlin: Weidmannsche Buchhandlung). – Band 1 (1895); Band 2 (1898); Band 3 (1903); Band 4 (1912). Transcriptions of documents from Egypt, many of which are in Greek.

Book Series Updated

I have updated the Book Series page, refreshing and updating the links to SBL Series, with thanks to Joe Weaks.

Gospel of John links refreshed and updated

I have corrected lots of broken links on the John’s Gospel Websites and Introductory page. I have also added a link to my NT Pod on the John’s Gospel Audio and Video Page, and also to the Bibledex video on John.

Paul the Apostle General Resources Updated

I have refreshed the section on Paul: The Apostle General Resources, correcting broken links and re-ordering.

Additions to: Textual Criticism: Papyrology

Textual Criticism: Papyrology

Bernard P. Grenfell & Arthur S. Hunt (eds.), The Oxyrhynchus papyri. (London: Egypt Exploration Fund).
Part 1 (1898); Part 2 (1899); Part 3 (1903);
Part 4 (1904); Part 4 (alternative version); Part 5 (1908);
Part 6 (1908); Part 7 (1910); Part 8 (1911); Part 9 (1912); Part 10 (1914); Part 11 (1915);
Part 12 (1916); Part 13 (1919); Part 14 (1920).

Additions: Paul: General: Articles

Paul – general – articles

Peter Arzt-Grabner, “Neues zu Paulus aus den Papyri des römischen Alltags.” Early Christianity 1.1 (2010) 131-157.

F. F. Bruce, “St. Paul in Rome, Part 1.” Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 46.2 (1964) 326-345.

F. F. Bruce, “St. Paul in Rome: 5. Concluding observations.” Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 50.2 (1968) 262-279.

F. F. Bruce, “St. John at Ephesus.” Bulletin of the John Rylands Library Manchester 60.2 (1978) 339-361.

F. F. Bruce, “St. Paul in Macedonia.” Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester 61.2 (1979) 337-354.

Warren Carter, “Paul and the Roman empire: recent perspectives.” In: Mark Douglas Given (eds.), Paul unbound: other perspectives on the Apostle. (Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers, 2010), pp. 7-26.

Paula Fredriksen, “Paul and Augustine: conversions narratives, orthodox traditions, and the retrospective self.” Journal of Theological Studies 37.1 (1986) 3-34.

Debbie Hunn, “Debating the faithfulness of Jesus Christ in twentieth century scholarship.” In: Michael F. Bird & Preston M. Sprinkle (eds.), The faith of Jesus Christ: exegetical, biblical, and theological studies. (Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers, 2010), pp. 15-31.

Daniel R. Langton, “The apostle Paul in the popular Jewish imagination: the case study of the British Jewish Chronicle.” Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations 4.1 (2009).

Jonathan A. Linebaugh, “Debating diagonal ??????????: the Epistle of Enoch and Paul in theological conversation.” Early Christianity 1.1 (2010) 107-128.

Steve Mason & Thomas A. Robinson, “The letters of Paul.” In: Early Christian reader: Christians texts from the first and second centuries in contemporary English translations including the New Revised Standard Version of the New Testament. (Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers, 2004), pp. 23-32.

Mark D. Nanos, “The myth of the ‘law-free’ Paul standing between Christians and Jews.” Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations 4.1 (2009).

Thomas E. Phillips, “The plurality of plausible Pauls.” In: Paul, his letters, and Acts. (Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers, 2009), pp. 5-29.

Thomas D. Stegmann, “‘Lifting the veil’: the challenges posed by 2 Corinthians 3.” Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations 4.1 (2009).

Joel White, “Anti-imperial subtexts in Paul: an attempt at building a firmer foundation.” Biblica 90.3 (2009) 305-333.

John L . White, “Introduction: Paul’s visionary experience of God.” In: The Apostle of God: Paul and the promise of Abraham. (Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers, 1999), pp. xix-xxxv.

John L. White, “Creator: Paul’s root metaphor for God.” In: The Apostle of God: Paul and the promise of Abraham. (Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers, 1999), pp. 3-18.

Michael Wolter, “Die Entwicklung des paulinischen Christentums von einer Bekehrungsreligion zu einer Traditionsreligion.” Early Christianity 1.1 (2010) 15-40.