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 to Romans

Have added some items to the Romans page:

James Alison, “”But the Bible Says…”? A Catholic Reading of Romans 1″. (2004).

William B. Badke, “Baptised into Moses — Baptised into Christ: A Study in Doctrinal Development”. Evangelical Quarterly 60 (1988) 23-29.

Mark D. Baker & J. Ross Wagner, “Reading Romans in Hurricane-Ravaged Honduras: A Model of Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Conversation”. Missiology 32.(2004) 367-383.

William B. Barclay, “Reading Romans Missiologically”. (2003).

C. K. Barrett, “Introduction”. In A Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans. (Rev. ed.). (Peabody: Hendrickson, 1991), pp 1-13.

C. K. Barrett, “[Rom 1:1-32]”. In A Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans. (Rev. ed.). (Peabody: Hendrickson, 1991), pp 17-40.

W. C. Bouzard, “The Theology of Wisdom in Romans 1 and 2”. Word & World 7.3 (1987) 218-291.

Michael A. Bullmore. “The Four Most Important Biblical Passages for a Christian Environmentalism.” Trinity Journal 19 (1998) 139-162.

Jonathan Draper, “‘Humble Submission to Almighty God’ and Its Biblical Foundation: Contextual Exegesis of Romans 13:1-7”. Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 63 (1988) 30-38.

Ian Jeffrey Elmer, Paul, Jerusalem and the Judaisers: The Galatian Crisis in Its Broader Historical Context. PhD diss. Australian Catholic University, 2007.

Paul David Feinberg, “The Christian and Civil Authorities”. Master’s Seminary Journal 10.1 (1999) 87-99.

Gerhard O. Forde, “Does the Gospel Have a Future? Barth’s Romans Revisited”. Word & World 14.1 (1994) 67-77.

Deirdre J. Good, “Reading Strategies for Biblical Passages on Same-Sex Relations”. (1997).

John D. Grassmick, The Old Man and the New Man: A Study in Pauline Theology. PhD diss. University of Glasgow, 2000. [Free registration with ETHoS, British Library, required. Unique document id: ]

Harry Alan Hahne, The Corruption and Redemption of Creation: An Exegetical Study of Romans 8:19-22 in Light of Jewish Apocalyptic Literature. ThD diss. Wycliffe College, 1997.

Richard N. Longenecker, “Prolegomena to Paul’s Use of Scripture in Romans”. Bulletin for Biblical Research 7 (1997) 145-168.

David E. Malick, “The Condemnation of Homosexuality in Romans 1:26-27”. Bibliotheca Sacra 150 (1993) 327-340.

Colin Douglas Miller, The Practice of the Body of Christ: Human Agency in Pauline Theology after Macintyre. PhD diss. Duke University, 2010.

James C. Miller, “The Jewish Context of Paul’s Gentile Mission”. Tyndale Bulletin 58.1 (2007) 101-115.

Steve Moyise, “The Catena of Rom. 3:10-18”. Expository Times 106 (1995) 367-370.

Mark D. Nanos, “A Rejoinder to Robert A. J. Gagnon’s ‘Why The “Weak” At Rome Cannot Be Non-Christian Jews”. (2003).

Mark D. Nanos. “Broken Branches Gone Awry? (Romans 11:11-24).” (2008)

Mark D. Nanos. “Romans 9-11 from a Jewish Perspective on Christian-Jewish Relations.” (2009).

Mark D. Nanos. “Romans: To the Churches of the Synagogues of Rome.” (2010)

Jeremy Punt, “Romans 1:18-32 Amidst the Gay-Debate: Interpretative Options”. Hervormde Teologiese Studies 63.3 (2007)

David Satran, “Paul among the Rabbis and the Fathers: Exegetical Reflections”. Princeton Seminary Bulletin 11 (Supplementary Issue 1) (1990): 90-105.

Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza, “Missionaries, Apostles, Coworkers: Rm 16 and the Reconstruction of Women’s Early Christian History”. Word & World 6 (1986) 420-433.

B. E. Shields, “An Oral Reading of Romans 8:31-34”. Verbum et Ecclesia 27.2 (2006) 664-675.

Charles H. Talbert, “Introduction”. In Romans. (Macon: Smyth & Helwys, 2002). pp 1-23.

John R. Wilch, “Romans 11:15: Did God Reject the Jews?” Lutheran Theological Review 2.1 (1989): 9-14.

Additions: Corinthian correspondence

A few additions to the 1-2 Corinthians page:

Ernest Austin Adams, The Development of Biblical Views on the General Resurrection of the Dead. PhD thesis, University of Johannesburg, 2001.

Evelyn Ashley, Paul’s Paradigm for Ministry in 2 Corinthians: Christ’s Death and Resurrection. PhD thesis, Murdoch University, 2006.

Jeremy Barrier, “Visions of Weakness: Apocalyptic Genre and the Identification of Paul’s Opponents in 2 Corinthians 12:1-6.” Restoration Quarterly 47.1 (2005) 33-42.

Karl Barth, Die Auferstehung der Toten: Eine Akademische Vorlesung über 1. Kor. 15. München: C. Kaiser, 1924. [German]

Burgert Wynand De Wet, “Koinonia (Deelgenootskap): ‘N Gemis in Ons 21ste Eeuse Kerkbegrip.” Acta Theologica 28.1 (2008) 33-57. [Afrikaans]

B. Wynand De Wet, “Knowledge and Love in 1 Corinthians 8.” Neotestamentica 43.2 (2009) 311-333.

Richard E. DeMaris, “Corinthian Religion and Baptism for the Dead (1 Corinthians 15:29): Insights from Archaeology and Anthropology.” Journal of Biblical Literature 114.4 (1995) 661-682.

Kate C. Donahoe, From Self-Praise to Self-Boasting: Paul’s Unmasking of the Conflicting Rhetorico-Linguistic Phenomena in 1 Corinthians. PhD thesis, University of St Andrews, 2008.

P. J. Hartin, “Who is Apollos?” In: Apollos: Paul’s Partner or Rival?. Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 2009, pp. 1-6.

P. J. Hartin, “Apollos: ‘Sense of Self’.” In: Apollos: Paul’s Partner or Rival?. Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 2009, pp. 7-19.

Tom Holland, “A Case of Mistaken Identity: The Harlot and the Church (1 Corinthians 5-6).” American Theological Inquiry 1.1 (2008) 56-69.

Harm W. Hollander, “Revelation by Fire: 1 Corinthians 3.13.” Bible Translator 44 (1993) 242-244.

David Instone-Brewer, “1 Corinthians 7 in the Light of the Graeco-Roman Marriage and Divorce Papyri.” Tyndale Bulletin 52.1 (2001) 101-116.

David Instone-Brewer, “1 Corinthians 7 in the Light of the Jewish Greek and Aramaic Marriage and Divorce Papyri.” Tyndale Bulletin 52.2 (2001) 225-243.

Claudia Janssen, “Anders Ist Die Schönheit Der Körper: Paulus Und Die Auferstehung Der Körper in 1 Kor 15.” (Vortrag anlässlich des Pfarrerinnentags der Evangelischen Kirche in Hessen und Nassau 2006 in Frankfurt). [German]

James A. Kelhoffer, “Suffering as Defense of Paul’s Apostolic Authority in Galatians and 2 Corinthians 11.” Svensk Exegetisk Årsbok 74 (2009) 127-143.

David E. Malick, “The Condemnation of Homosexuality in 1 Corinthians 6:9.” Bibliotheca Sacra 150 (1993): 479-492.

Dale B. Martin, “Arsenokoites and Malakos: Meanings and Consequences.” In Biblical Ethics & Homosexuality: Listening to Scripture. Ed. Robert L Brawley. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 1996, pp. 117-136.

M. A. Matson, “Sexual Sin as a Demonstration of Disunity: 1 Corinthians 5 in Context” (Pepperdine Lectures, Spring 2001).

Mark D. Nanos, “The Polytheist Identity of the ‘Weak,’ and Paul’s Strategy to ‘Gain’ Them: A New Reading of 1 Corinthians 8:1-11:1 “, 2008.

Mark D. Nanos, “Paul’s Relationship to Torah in Light of His Strategy ‘to Become Everything to Everyone’ (1 Corinthians 9:19-23).” 2009.

Pheme Perkins, “”To the Jews as a Jew” (1 Cor 9:20): Paul and Jewish Identity.” Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations 4.1 (2009).

Peter Richardson, and Paul W. Gooch. “Accommodation Ethics.” Tyndale Bulletin 29 (1978) 89-142.

Thomas D. Stegmann, “‘Lifting the Veil’: The Challenges Posed by 2 Corinthians 3.” Studies in Christan-Jewish Relations 4.1 (2009).

Ralph Bruce Terry, An Analysis of Certain Features of Discourse in the New Testament Book of 1 Corinthians. PhD thesis, University of Texas at Arlington, 1993.

Timothy Scott Wardle, Continuity and Discontinuity: The Temple and Early Christian Identity. PhD thesis, Duke University, 2010.

Bruce W. Winter, “The Achaean Federal Imperial Cult Ii: The Corinthian Church.” Tyndale Bulletin 46.1 (1995) 169-178.

N. T. Wright, “On Becoming the Righteousness of God: 2 Corinthians 5:21.” In 1 and 2 Corinthians. Ed. David M. Hay. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1993, pp. 200-208.

Additions: Ephesians

Additions: Philippians

Several additions to the Philippians page: one dissertation and a few articles.

Philip Neil Groves, A Model for Partnership: A Model of Partnership Distilled from the Relationship between Paul and the Philippian Church as a Tool to Examine the Partnership Programmes of the Anglican Communion and to Propose New Directions. (PhD thesis. University of Birmingham, 2010).

L. G. Bloomquist, “The Rhetoric of Suffering in Paul’s Letter to the Philippians: Socio-Rhetorical Reflections and Further Thoughts on a Post-Colonial Contribution to the Discussion.” Paper presented at the Conference on Paul: Yesterday and Today (Codrington College, Barbados, WI), February 21, 2002.

Gordon D. Fee, “To What End Exegesis? Reflections on Exegesis and Spirituality in Philippians 4:10-20.” Bulletin for Biblical Research 8 (1988): 75-88.

Larry W. Hurtado, “Jesus as Lordly Example in Philippians 2:5-11.” In From Jesus to Paul: Studies in Honour of Francis Wright Beare. Eds. Peter Richardson and John Coolidge Hurd. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1984, pp. 113-126.

Reinhold Merkelbach, “Zwei Beiträge zum Neuen Testament.” Rheinisches Museum für Philologie 134 (1991) 346-351.

David Seeley, “The Background of the Philippians Hymn (2:6-11).” Journal of Higher Criticism 1 (1994) 49-72.

Additions: 1 Thessalonians

Two additions to the 1-2 Thessalonians page:

Andreas Bammer, “An Approach to the Papyrological Understanding of Paul’s Laboring ‘Night and Day’ (1 Thess. 2.9).” In Proceedings of the 25th International Congress of Papyrology, Ann Arbor, July 29 – August 4, 2007. Ed. Traianos Gagos. Ann Arbor: Scholarly Pub. Office, University of Michigan Library, 2010, pp. 47-52.

Jutta Bickmann, “Der Endzeitliche Notfall der Trennung als Glücksfall eines Briefes: Die Kommunikative Handlungsstruktur von 1 Thess 2,17 – 3,10.” Biblisches Forum (1998). [German]

Additions: Colossians

Have added a few items on Colossians to the Colossians and Ephesians page.

John F. Balchin, “Colossians 1:15-20: An Early Christian Hymn? The Arguments from Style.” Vox Evangelica 15 (1985) 65-94.

Jacobus Kok, “Die Irrglaube in Kolosse: Aanbidding Van of Met Engele in Kolossense 2:18?” Hervormde Teologiese Studies 66.1 (2010) [Afrikaans]

Ralph P. Martin, “An Early Christian Hymn (Colossians 1:5-20).” Evangelical Quarterly 36 (1964) 195-205.

Ralph P. Martin, “Reconciliation and Forgiveness in the Letter to the Colossians.” In Reconciliation and Hope: New Testament Essays on Atonement and Eschatology Presented to L.L. Morris on His 60th Birthday. Ed. Robert Banks. Carlisle: Paternoster, 1974, pp. 104-124.

R. M. Royalty, “Dwelling on Visions: On the Nature of the So-Called ‘Colossians Heresy’.” Biblica 83 (2002) 329-357.

Charles H. Talbert, “Ephesians 1:3-14.” In Ephesians and Colossians. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2007, pp. 41-52.

Yale Bible Studies (video)

I have made changes to the Luke, John, and Paul pages to provide links to the Yale Bible Study series on Luke, John, Romans and 1 Corinthians. In each case, YBS offers eight half-hour videos of conversations between Harold Attridge and David Bartlett.

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: 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.