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.

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.

Additions: Matthew: articles

Additions: Matthew: Books and dissertations

Various items added:

Matthew, Books and dissertations

Wilhelm Bousset & Wilhelm Heitmüller (eds.) Die Schriften des Neuen Testaments: neu übersetzt und für die Gegenwart erklärt. Erster Band: Die drei älteren Evangelien. 3., verb. und verm. Aufl. (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1917).

Paul Fiebig, Jesu Bergpredigt: Rabbinische Texte zum Verständnis der Bergpredigt, ins Deutsche übersetzt, in ihren Ursprachen dargeboten und mit Erläuterungen und Lesarten versehen. (Forschungen zur Religion und Literatur des Alten und Neuen Testaments, Heft 37, Neue Folge 20.) (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1924)

Paul Fiebig, Das Vaterunser: Ursprung, Sinn und Bedeutung des christlichen Hauptgebetes. (Gütersloh: C. Bertelsmann, 1927).

Luis Díez Merino, Il figlio dell’uomo nel vangelo della passione: ‘Il figlio dell’uomo deve patire’ (Mc 14,21.27.41; Mt 26,1s). (San Gabriele: Stauros, 2004).

Ferdinand Schureman Schenck, The ten commandments and the Lord’s prayer: a sociological study. New ed. (New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1902).

David Campbell Sim, There will be weeping and gnashing of teeth: apocalyptic eschatology in the Gospel of Matthew. (PhD diss., King’s College, London, 1993). [Free access on registration; ]

Burnett Hillman Streeter, War, this war and the Sermon on the Mount. (Papers for war time, 2nd series, no.20.) (London: Humphrey Milford, 1915).

Julius Wellhausen, Das Evangelium Matthaei. (Berlin: G. Reimer, 1904).

Theodor Zahn, Das Evangelium des Matthäus. 4. Aufl. (Kommentar zum Neuen Testament 1.) (Leipzig: A. Deichert, 1922).

Additions and changes: Matthew

I have placed several additions on the Matthew: Books and Articles page. Since this has now become rather long, I have split this into two pages: Books and dissertations, and Articles. Additions to each are listed below:

A. Books and Dissertations

Willoughby C. Allen, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Gospel According to S. Matthew. (3rd ed.) (The International Critical Commentary on the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments.) (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1923).

Friedrich Blass, Philology of the Gospels. New York: Macmillan, 1898).

Millar Burrows, Jesus in the First Three Gospels. (Nashville: Abingdon, 1977).

William Ragsdale Cannon, The Gospel of Matthew. (Nashville: Upper Room, 1983).

Ben Chenoweth, A Critique of Recent Interpretations of the Parable of the Talents. Master of Theology diss. Australian College of Theology, 2002.

Elenira Aparecida Cunha, Por Causa Do Reino Dos Céus Uma Leitura De Gênero De Mateus 19,1-12 E 5,27-32. PhD diss diss. Universidade de Metodista de São Paulo, 2003.[]=209&processar=Processar [Portuguese]

Charles R. Day, An Investigation of the Beatitudes of Matthew: Between Oral Tradition and Greek Text.  DLitt diss. University of Pretoria, 2004.

Robert Allen Derrenbacker, Ancient Compositional Practices and the Synoptic Problem. PhD diss. University of St. Michael’s College, 2001.

Mlungisi Pius Dlungwana, Jesus’ Parousia in the Context of the Crucifixion: An Exegetical Analysis of Matthew 24:1-26:2 Using the Semiotic Method. PhD diss. St Paul University, 1998.

Derek S. Dodson, Reading Dreams: An Audience-Critical Approach to the Dreams in the Gospel of Matthew.  PhD diss. Baylor University, 2006.

Edgar J. Goodspeed, Matthew: Apostle and Evangelist. (Philadelphia: Winston, 1959).

Elaine Guillemin, Female Imagery in Matthew’s Gospel: A Feminist Reader’s Response. PhD diss. University of St. Michael’s College, 1999.

Jeongsoo Park, Sündenvergebung: Ihre Religiöse Und Soziale Dimension Im Matthäusevangelium. Dr.theol.  diss. Universität Heidelberg, 2001. [German]

Theodore H. Robinson, The Gospel of Matthew. (The Moffatt New Testament Commentary 1.) (New York: Harper and Brothers, 1928).

Adolf Schlatter, Das Evangelium Nach Matthäus: Ausgelegt Für Bibelleser. (Erläuterungen Zum Neuen Testament 1.) (Berlin: Evangelische Verlagsanstalt, 1952). [German]

In-Cheol Shin, Matthew’s Inclusive Community: A Narratological and Social Scientific Reading. PhD diss. University of Pretoria, 2001.

Hermann Leberecht Strack & Paul Billerbeck, Kommentar Zum Neuen Testament Aus Talmud Und Midrasch. Band 1: Das Evangelium nach Matthäus. (München: Beck, 1922).

Herman C. Waetjen, The Origin and Destiny of Humanness: An Interpretation of the Gospel According to Matthew. (2nd ed.) San Rafael: Crystal Press for Omega Books, 1978).

Henry Wansbrough. The Gospels [Sic] of Matthew. (1998)

Theodor Zahn, Das Evangelium Des Matthäus. (2. Aufl.) (Kommentar Zum Neuen Testament 1.) (Leipzig: A. Deichert, 1905). [German]

B. Articles

Mortimer Arias, “Rethinking the Great Commission”. Theology Today 47.4 (1991): 410-418.

Jon Nelson Bailey, “Vowing Away the Fifth Commandment  (Matthew 15:3-6 / Mark 7:9-13)”. Restoration Quarterly 42.(2000): 193-209.

Victoria Balabanski, “Mission in Matthew against the Horizon of Matthew 24” (Paper at SBL Annual Meeting 2005).

Wayne S. Baxter, “Mosaic Imagery in the Gospel of Matthew”. Trinity Journal 20.1 (1999): 69-83.

Carmen Bernabe, “Of Eunuchs and Predators: Matthew 19:1-12 in a Cultural Context: Critical Essay”. Biblical Theology Bulletin 33.4 (2003): 128-134.

Matthew Black, “Previous Work on the Aramaic of the Gospels and Acts”. In. An Aramaic Approach to the Gospels and Acts.  (3rd ed). (Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers, 1998). pp 1-15.

Craig L. Blomberg, “Interpreting Old Testament Prophetic Literature in Matthew: Double Fulfilment”. Trinity Journal 23.1 (2002): 17-33.

James L. Boyce, “Transformed for Disciple Community: Matthew in Pentecost”. Word & World 13.3 (1993): 308-317.

Pierre-Yves Brandt & Allesandra Lukinovich, “L’adresse À Jésus Dans Les Évangiles Synoptiques”. Biblica 82.1 (2001): 17-50. [French]

D. A. Carson, “Christological Ambiguities in the Gospel of Matthew”. In: Harold Hamlyn Rowdon (ed). Christ the Lord: Studies in Christology Presented to Donald Guthrie. (Downers Grove: Inter-Varsity Press, 1982). pp 97-114.

Warren Carter, “Understanding Matthew’s Gospel”. In: Matthew: Storyteller, Interpreter, Evangelist. (Peabody: Hendrickson, 1996). pp 1-11.

Warren Carter, “Understanding Matthew’s Gospel”. In. Matthew: Storyteller, Interpreter, Evangelist.  (2nd ed). (Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers, 2004). pp 1-9.

Ben Chenoweth, “Identifying the Talents: Contextual Clues for the Interpretation of the Parable of the Talents (Matthew 25:14-30).” Tyndale Bulletin 56. (2005): 61-72.

Mary Rose D’Angelo, “Images of Jesus and the Christian Vocation in the Gospels of Mark and Matthew”. Spirituality Today 36.3 (1984): 220-235.

Mary Kay Dobrovolny, “Who Controls the Resources? Economics and Justice in Matt 20:1-15” (Paper at 2004 SBL Meeting).

Terence L. Donaldson, “”For Herod Had Arrested John” (Matt. 14:3): Making Sense of an Unresolved Flashback”. Studies in Religion / Sciences Religieuses 28.1 (1999).

Dennis C. Duling, “Ethnicity, Ethnocentrism, and the Matthean Ethnos”. Biblical Theology Bulletin 25.4 (2005): 125-143.

Craig A. Evans, “Introduction: An Aramaic Approach Thirty Years Later”. In: Matthew Black (ed). An Aramaic Approach to the Gospels and Acts.  (3rd ed). (Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers, 1998). pp v-xxv.

Craig A. Evans, “Jewish Versions of the Gospel of Matthew: Observations on Three Recent Publications”. Mishkan 38 (2003): 70-79.

Simon Gathercole, “The Justification of Wisdom (Mt. 11.19b/Lk 7.35)”. New Testament Studies 49.4 (2003): 476-488.

Jeffrey A. Gibbs, “Parables of Atonement and Assurance: Matthew 13:44-46”. Concordia Theological Quarterly 51.1 (1987): 19-43.

Jeffrey B. Gibson, “Matthew 6:9-13//Luke 11:2-4: An Eschatological Prayer?” Biblical Theology Bulletin 31.Fall 2001 (2001).

John Goldingay, “The Old Testament and Christian Faith: Jesus and the Old Testament in Matthew 1-5. Part 1”. Themelios 8.1 (1982): 4-10.

John Goldingay, “The Old Testament and Christian Faith: Jesus and the Old Testament in Matthew 1-5. Part 2”. Themelios 8.3 (1983): 5-12.

Rollin G. Grams, “Biblical Foundations for Missions: Narrative Dynamics in Matthew’s Mission Theology” (OCM Lecture, 13th May 2003).

Donald A. Hagner, “Law, Righteousness and Discipleship in Matthew”. Word & World 18.4 (1998): 364-371.

K. C. Hanson, “Transformed on the Mountain: Ritual Analysis and the Gospel Matthew”. Semeia 67. (1994): 147-170.

K. C. Hanson, “‘How Honorable! How Shameful!’ a Cultural Analysis of Matthew’s Makarisms and Reproaches”. Semeia 68. (1994): 81-111.

Douglas R. A. Hare, “Current Trends in Matthean Scholarship”. Word & World 18.4 (1998): 405-410.

Anthony E. Harvey, Eunuchs for the Sake of the Kingdom (The Ethel M. Wood Lecture, Delivered before the University of London on 15 March 1995). London: University of London, 1995).

J. David Hester, “Eunuchs and the Postgender Jesus: Matthew 19:12 and Transgressive Sexualities.” (2005)

J. David Hester, “Queers on Account of the Kingdom of Heaven: Rhetorical Constructions of the Eunuch Body.” (2005)

Mary Hinkle, “Learning What Righteousness Means: Hosea 6:6 and the Ethic of Mercy in Matthew’s Gospel”. Word & World 18.4 (1998): 355-363.

Arland J. Hultgren, “Forgive Us, as We Forgive (Matthew 6:12)”. Word & World 16.3 (1996): 284-290.

Arland J. Hultgren, “Mission and Ministry in Matthew”. Word & World 18.4 (1998): 341-347.

John S. Kloppenborg, “On Dispensing with Q? Goodacre on the Relation of Luke to Matthew”. New Testament Studies 49.2 (2003): 210-236.

Jane Kopas, “Jesus and Women in Matthew”. Theology Today 47.1 (1990): 13-21.

Edgar Krentz, “Identity Formation: Matthew as Resource and Guide”. Word & World 18.4 (1998): 411-417.

Edgar Krentz, “‘Make Disciples’: Matthew on Evangelism”. Currents in Theology and Mission 33.1 (2006): 23-41.

A. N. S. Lane, “The Rationale and Significance of the Virgin Birth”. Vox Evangelica 10.(1977): 48-64.

Dorothy A. Lee, “Matthew’s Gospel and Judaism.” [no date]

William Loader, “The Gospel of Matthew: An Introduction for Preachers.” [no date]

Stuart L. Love, “Jesus, Healer of the Canaanite Woman’s Daughter in Matthew’s Gospel: A Social-Scientific Inquiry”. Biblical Theology Bulletin 32.1 (2002): 11-20.

Robert L. Mowery, “Son of God in Roman Imperial Titles and Matthew”. Biblica 83.1 (2002): 100-110.

Halvor Moxnes, “Jesus in Gender Trouble”. Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning 2005.3 (2005): 20-34.

Jerome H. Neyrey, “Jesus, Gender, and the Gospel of Matthew”. In: Stephen D. Moore & Janice Capel Anderson (eds). New Testament Masculinities. (Semeia Studies 45.). (Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2003). pp 43-66.

Jerome H. Neyrey, “Deception, Ambiguity, and Revelation: Matthew’s Judgmental Scenes in Social-Science Perspective”. In: Alan J. Avery-Peck, Daniel J. Harrington & Jacob Neusner (eds). When Judaism and Christianity Began: Essays in Memory of Anthony J. Saldarini. (Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism 85.). (Leiden: Brill, 2004). pp 199-230.

John Nolland, “Jechoniah and His Brothers (Matthew 1:11)”. Bulletin for Biblical Research 7.(1997): 169-178.

Lidija Novakovic, “Turning the Other Cheek to a Perpetrator: Denunciation or Upholding of Justice?” (Paper at SBL Annual Meeting 2006).

Wesley G. Olmstead, “Introduction: Of Authors, Readers, and Approaches to the Parables”. In. Matthew’s Trilogy of Parables: The Nation, the Nations, and the Reader in Matthew 21.28-22.14. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003). pp 3-21.

Bernhard Ott, “Matthew 28:16-20 and the Holistic Mission Debate: An Anabaptist Contribution”. Mission Focus Annual Review 14.(2006): 149-165.

Daniel Patte, “Reading Matthew 28:16-20 with Others: How It Deconstructs Our Western Concept of Mission”. Hervormde Teologiese Studies 62.2 (2006): 521-557.

Jeffrey Peterson, “Order in the Double Tradition and the Existence of Q”. In: Mark Goodacre & Nicholas Perrin (eds). Questioning Q. (London: SPCK, 2002). pp

Mark Allan Powell, “Matthew as Pastor: The Presence of God”. Word & World 18.4 (1998): 348-354.

Mark Allan Powell, “Binding and Loosing: A Paradigm for Ethical Discernment from the Gospel of Matthew”. Currents in Theology and Mission 30.6 (2003): 438-445.

Nienke Pruiksma, “Musa W. Dube’s Postcolonial Feminist Reading of Mission Texts in Matthew and the Evolvement of the Concept of Mission in the HIV/AIDS Reading” (Paper at Sbl Annual Meeting, 2006).

Elaine J. Ramshaw, “Power and Forgiveness in Matthew 18”. Word & World 18.4 (1998): 397-404.

Barbara E. Reid, “Matthew’s Non-Violent Jesus and Violent Parables”. In: Robert B. Kruschwitz (ed). Parables. (Christian Reflection: A Series in Faith and Ethics.). (Waco: Baylor University, 2006). pp 27-36.

Barbara E. Reid, “Matthean Perspectives on Bloodshed, Obedience, and Bearing Arms” (Paper at Sbl Annual Meeting 2006).

David A. Reed, “‘Saving Judas’ — a Social Scientific Approach to Judas’s Suicide in Matthew 27:3–10”. Biblical Theology Bulletin 35.2 (2005): 51-59.

Eckhard J. Schnabel, “The First Gospel and Matthew’s Mission-Narrative: Theological and Historical Perspectives” (Paper at SBL Meeting, 2005).

Donald Senior, “The Gospel of Matthew and the Passion of Jesus: Theological and Pastoral Perspectives”. Word & World 18.4 (1998): 372-379.

J. Smit Sibinga, “Exploring the Composition of Matth. 5-7: The Sermon on the Mount and Some of Its “Structures””. Filología Neotestamentaria 7.(1994): 175-195.

David C. Sim, “The Gospel of Matthew, John the Elder and the Papias Tradition: A Response to R. H. Gundry”. Hervormde Teologiese Studies 63.1 (2007): 283-299.

David C. Sim, “Matthew, Paul and the Origin and Nature of the Gentile Mission: The Great Commission in Matthew 28:16-20 as an Anti-Pauline Tradition”. Hervormde Teologiese Studies 64.1 (2008): 377-392.

Gene R. Smillie, “‘Even the Dogs’: Gentiles in the Gospel of Matthew”. Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 45.1 (2002): 73-97.;col1

Robert H. Smith, “‘Blessed Are the Poor in (Holy) Spirit’? (Matthew 5:3)”. Word & World 18.4 (1998): 389-396.

Robert H. Smith, “The End in Matthew (5:48 and 28:20): How to Preach It and How Not To”. Word & World 19.3 (1999): 303-313.

Glen Stassen, “Transforming Initiatives of Just Peacemaking: Based on the Triadic Structure of the Sermon on the Mount” (Paper at SBL Annual Meeting 2006).

Thomas Staubli, “Die Künder-Kinder Der Weisheit: Mt 11,16-19 || Lk 7,31-35 Im Lichte Antiker Texte Und Terrakotten”. Lectio difficilior 1/2001. (2001). [German]

Hanna Stettler, “Die Bedeutung Der Täuferanfrage in Matthäus 11,2-6 Par Lk 7,18-23 Für Die Christologie”. Biblica 89.2 (2008): 173-200. [German]

Martin Stowasser, “Die Genealogien Jesu Im Evangelium Des Matthäus Und Lukas”. In: Martin Fitzenreiter (ed). Genealogie: Realität Und Fiktion Von Identität. (Internet-Beiträge Zur Ägyptologie Und Sudanarchäologie V.). (London: Golden House, 2005). pp [German]

Eve Sweetser, “An Eye for an Eye Versus Turning the Other Cheek: Moral Accounting in the Gospel of Matthew” (Paper at Sbl Meeting 2006).

Silvina E. Tejares, “The Parable of the Talents: Parable of the Risk Taker (Matthew 25, 14-30): Christian Model in Ethic of Work.” [no date]

David L. Turner, “Matthew 23 as Prophetic Critique”. Journal of Biblical Studies 4.1 (2004).

Andries Van Aarde, “Jesus’ Mission to All of Israel Emplotted in Matthew’s Story”. Neotestamentica 41.2 (2007): 416-436.

Pedro Lima Vasconcellos, “Una Gravidez Sospechosa, El Mesianismo Y La Hermenéutica: Anotaciones Sobre Mateo 1,18-25”. Revista de Interpretação Bíblica Latino-Americano 27.(1997). [Spanish]

Francois P. Viljoen, “Jesus’ Teaching on the Torah in the Sermon on the Mount”. Neotestamentica 40.1 (2006): 135-155.

Francois P. Viljoen, “Matthew, the Church and Anti-Semitism”. Verbum et Ecclesia 28.2 (2007): 698-718.

Francois P. Viljoen, “Fulfilment in Matthew”. Verbum et Ecclesia 28.1 (2007): 301-324.

Herman C. Waetjen, “Intimations of the Year of Jubilee in the Parables of the Wicked Tenants and the Workers in the Vineyard”. Journal of Religion and Theology in Namibia 1. (1999): 1-14.

Herman C. Waetjen, “The Parable of the Ten Virgins (Matthew 25:1-13): The Integrity of Identity and Activity”. In: Marvin L. Chaney & Holly E. Hearon (eds). Distant Voices Drawing Near: Essays in Honor of Antoinette Clark Wire. (Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 2004). pp 117-129.

Herman C. Waetjen, “An Adult Study of ‘the Lord’s Prayer’.” [no date]

Elaine M. Wainwright, “Tradition Makers / Tradition Shapers: Women of the Matthean Tradition”. Word & World 18.4 (1998): 380-388.

Elaine M. Wainwright, “Only to the Lost Sheep or to All the Nations: Social Location Constructing Elites and Marginals in the Matthean Gospel”. Seachanges 2.(2002).

Henry Wansbrough, “The New Israel: The Community of Matthew and the Community of Qumran.” (1999)

Wim J. C. Weren, “The Macrostructure of Matthew’s Gospel: A New Proposal”. Biblica 87.2 (2006): 171-200.

Joel Willits, “Matthew’s Messianic Shepherd-King: In Search of ‘the Lost Sheep of the House of Israel'”. Hervormde Teologiese Studies 63.1 (2007): 365-382.

Lawrence M. Wills, “Instruction in Matthew” (Paper for the Sbl Wisdom and Apocalypticism in Early Judaism and Early Christianity Group, 2002 Annual Meeting).

Michael Winger, 2Conflict and Paradox: Matthew in Time of War” (Paper at SBL Annual Meeting 2006).

Ben Witherington, “Introduction”. In. Matthew. (Macon: Smyth & Helwys, 2006). pp 1-37.

Ben Witherington, “The Origins of Jesus: Matthew 1:1-25”. In. Matthew. (Macon: Smyth & Helwys, 2006). pp 39-54.

Paul Yokota, “Matthew’s Mission Paradigm in Critical Dialogue with David J. Bosch”. Mission Focus Annual Review 11 Supplement.(2003): 106-116.

Ruben Zimmermann, “Das Hochzeitsritual Im Jungfrauengleichnis: Sozialgeschichtliche Hintergründe Zu Mt 25,1-13”. New Testament Studies 48.1 (2002): 48-70.,1-13.pdf [German]