Additions: Historical Jesus and Pastoral Epistles

Three journal articles from Neotestamentica were added to the Historical Jesus pages and the Pastoral Epistles pages:

Historical Jesus pages

Peter F. Craffert, “Beetroot, Garlic, Lemon and Jesus in the Fight against HIV/AIDS: Historical Jesus Research as an Antidote for Religious and Folk Exploitation.Neotestamentica 44.2 (2010) 292-306.

Halvor Moxnes, “Ethnography and Historical Imagination in Reading Jesus as an Exorcist.” Neotestamentica 44.2 (2010) 327-341.

Pastoral Epistles page

Sebastian Fuhrmann, “Saved by Childbirth: Struggling Ideologies, the Female Body and a Placing of 1 Tim 2:15a“. Neotestamentica 44.1 (2010) 31-46.

Lutheran Theological Review

Following Mark’s link to the pistis christou article from Lutheran Theological Review (both at at the Brock University site (which also includes an index file) and the Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary site, here are the other relevant articles from the free online archive of that journal which could be argued to fall within the area of New Testament studies:

1. Paul

John R. Wilch, “Romans 11:15: did God reject the Jews?” Lutheran Theological Review 2, no. 1 (1989): 9-14.

Thomas M. Winger, “Rhetoric and media in the judgement of St Paul.” Lutheran Theological Review 16 (2004): 47-58.

2. Galatians

Roger J. Humann, “James 2 and the background to Galatians.” Lutheran Theological Review 2, no. 2 (1990): 22-34.

3, James

Roger J. Humann, “James 2 and the background to Galatians.” Lutheran Theological Review 2, no. 2 (1990): 22-34.

4. Hebrews

Paul Williams, “The eucharist in the Epistle to the Hebrews.” Lutheran Theological Review 12 (2000): 97-105.

5. Mark

Jayson S. Galler, “Matthew 12:30; Mark 9:40; Luke 9:50; 11:23: ‘with and for’ or ‘against’?” Lutheran Theological Review 14 (2002): 10-26.

6. Matthew

Jayson S. Galler, “Matthew 12:30; Mark 9:40; Luke 9:50; 11:23: ‘with and for’ or ‘against’?” Lutheran Theological Review 14 (2002): 10-26.

7. Luke-Acts

Jayson S. Galler, “Matthew 12:30; Mark 9:40; Luke 9:50; 11:23: ‘with and for’ or ‘against’?” Lutheran Theological Review 14 (2002): 10-26.

8. John

Roger J. Humann, “The function and form of the explicit Old Testament quotations in the Gospel of John.” Lutheran Theological Review 1, no. 1 (1989): 31-54.

9. Historical Jesus

Vernon R. Raaflaub, “The apocalyptic ‘Son of Man’: background to the New Testament use of the term: a preliminary study concentrating on Daniel and 1 Enoch.” Lutheran Theological Review 7, no. 1-2 (1995): 91-106.

John R. Wilch, “Why was it necessary for the Pharisees to oppose Jesus?” Lutheran Theological Review 1.1 (1983): 20-36.

Additions: Historical Jesus – books, dissertation, and articles

Historical Jesus: books, dissertations, articles

1. Articles / sections in books

Michael F. Bird & James G. Crossley, “Introduction.” In: Michael F. Bird, James G. Crossley, Scot McKnight & Maurice Casey (eds.) How did Christianity begin? A believer and non-believer examine the evidence. (Peabody: Hendrickson, 2008), pp. xv-xviii.

James G. Crossley, “The historical Jesus.” In: Michael F. Bird, James G. Crossley, Scot McKnight & Maurice Casey (eds.) How did Christianity begin? A believer and non-believer examine the evidence. (Peabody: Hendrickson, 2008), pp. 1-37.

2. Books and dissertations

Paul Feine, Jesus. (Gütersloh: C. Bertelsmann, 1930). [German]

Brian Douglas Han Gregg, The historical Jesus and the final judgment sayings in Q. (PhD diss. University of Notre Dame, 2005).

Wilhelm Heitmüller, Jesus. (Tübingen: J. C. B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck), 1913). [German]

Martin Kähler, Der sogenannte historische Jesus und der geschichtliche, biblische Christus: Vortrag auf der Wupperthaler Pastoralkonferenz gehalten. (Leipzig: A. Deichert’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Nachfolge (G. Böhme), 1892). – Classic work by the influential Professor of New Testament and Systematic Theology.

Martin Kähler, Gehört Jesus in das Evangelium? (Leipzig: A. Deichert, 1901).

Gerhard Kittel, Der ‘historische Jesus’. (Stimmen der Deutschen Christlichen Studentenbewegung 70.) (Berlin: Furche, 1932). – Note: distinctly anti-semitic. Kittel’s work was (directly and indirectly) internationally influential due to his editorship of the Theological Dictionary of the New Testament.

Graham H. Twelftree, Jesus the exorcist: a history of religions study. (PhD diss. University of Nottingham, 1981). [Free access on registration; uk.bl.ethos.290966 ]

Additions: historical Jesus; archaeology; women and gender

Fixed links Historical Jesus : books and articles page

Fixed some links and updated some bibliographic information on the Historical Jesus: books and articles page:

David L. Bartlett, “The Historical Jesus and the Life of Faith”. Christian Century 109.16 (1992): 489-493.  – Review article on Meier, A Marginal Jew and Crossan, The Historical Jesus; reproduced at Religion-Online.

David B. Batstone, “Jesus, Apocalyptic, and World Transformation”, Theology Today 49.3 (1992): 383-97.

M.-É. Boismard o.p., “In What Year Was Jesus Born?”, On-line article at the École Biblique web site. [French Version] [links appear to have gone dead after changes to webdesign]

Marcus J. Borg, “Me & Jesus — the Journey Home: An Odyssey”. The Fourth R 6.4 (1993).

New Audio and Video Pages

I have added new Audio and Video pages here:

Paul the Apostle: Audio and Video

and here:

Historical Jesus: Audio and Video

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