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.

Additions: Pastoral epistles

Have added a few items to the Pastoral Epistles page:

Robert H. Gundry, “The Form, Meaning and Background of the Hymn Quoted in 1 Timothy 3:16.” In Apostolic History and the Gospel: Biblical and Historical Essays Presented to F. F. Bruce on His 60th Birthday. Eds. Woodrow Ward Gasque and Ralph P. Martin. Exeter: Paternoster, 1970, pp. 203-222.

Luke Timothy Johnson, “Pastoral Letters: 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus.” In The Writings of the New Testament: An Interpretation. London: SCM; Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1999, pp. 423-452.

Jerome H. Neyrey, “‘First’, ‘Only’, ‘One of a Few’, and ‘No One Else’: The Rhetoric of Uniqueness and the Doxologies in 1 Timothy.” Biblica 86.1 (2005) 59-87.

Gerald O. West, “Taming Texts of Terror: Reading (against) the Gender Grain of 1 Timothy.”

Additions: Pastoral Epistles