Articles and Reviews

J. D. H. Amador, “Feminist Biblical Hermeneutics: A Failure of Theoretical Nerve”, originally in Journal of the American Academy of Religion 66 (1998), 39-57.*

Karen Trimble Alliaume, “The Risks of Repeating Ourselves: Reading Feminist / Womanist Figures of Jesus” in Cross Currents, Summer 1998, Vol. 48 Issue 2

Daniel C. Arichea (1988). Who Was Phoebe? Translating Diakonos in Romans 16.1. Bible Translator 39.4 (1998), 401-409.

Lisa Bellan-Boyer, “Conspicuous in their absence: women in early Christianity.” Cross Currents 53 (2003): 48-63.

Virginia Burrus, “Blurring the Boundaries: A Response to Howard C. Kee”, Theology Today 49 (1992-3), pp. 239-42.*

Alan H. Cadwallader, “When a woman is a dog: Ancient and modern ethology meet the Syrophoenician women.” The Bible and Critical Theory 1.4 (2005).

Brian Capper, “Public Body, Private Women. The Ideology of Gender and Space and the Exclusion of Women from Public Leadership in the Late First-Century Church” in Robert Hannaford and J’annine Jobling (eds.), Theology and the Body (Leominster, Gracewing, 1999): 123-151 (New)

Rekha M. Chennattu, n.d. “Women in the mission of the church: an interpretation of John 4.” (n.d.).

John Granger Cook, “1 Cor 9,5: The Women of the Apostles”. Biblica 89.3 (2008): 352-368.

Sidnie White Crawford, “Mothers, Sisters, and Elders: Titles for Women in Second Temple Jewish and Early Christian Communities”. In: James R. Davila (ed). The Dead Sea Scrolls as Background to Postbiblical Judaism and Early Christianity: Papers from an International Conference at St. Andrews in 2001. (Leiden: Brill, 2003). pp 177-191.

A. Andrew Das, “1 Corinthians 11:17-34 Revisited”. Concordia Theological Quarterly 62.3 (1998): 187-208.

Esther A. de Boer, “Mary Magdalene and the Disciple Jesus Loved”, Lectio Difficilior 1 (2000).

Janna Dewey, “‘Let them renounce themselves and take up their cross’: a feminist reading of Mark 8:34 in Mark’s social and narrative world.” Biblical Theology Bulletin 34.3 (2004): 98-104.

Pamela Eisenbaum, “Is Paul the father of misogyny and antisemitism?” Cross Currents 50.4 (2000): 506-524.

Anne Elvey, “To Bear the Other: Toward a passionate compassion (an ecological feminist reading of Luke 10:25-37).” Sea Changes: The Journal of Women Scholars of Religion and Theology 2001.

Carol R. Fontaine, “The NRSV and the REB: A Feminist Critique”, Theology Today 47 (1990-1), pp. 273-80.*

David W. J. Gill, “The Importance of Roman Portraiture for Head-Coverings in 1 Corinthians 11:2-16”. Tyndale Bulletin 41.2 (1990): 245-260.

Deirdre Good, “Reading Strategies for Biblical Passages on Same-Sex Relations”, Theology and Sexuality 7 (September, 1997), pp. 70-82.*

Marianne Grohmann, “Feminist Theology and Jewish-Christian Dialogue”, on-line article on the Jewish-Christian Relations web site, originally in Dialog-Du Siach magazine. This is an English translation of a German original. (New URLs)

Wayne Grudem, “The Meaning Of kephale (‘Head’): An Evaluation Of New Evidence, Real And Alleged.” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 44.1 (2001): 25-65.

Royce G. Gruenler, “The Mission-Lifestyle Setting of 1 Tim 2:8-15”. Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 41.2 (1998): 215-238.

Catherine Innes-Parker, “Mi bodi henge with thi bodi neiled o rode: The gendering of the Pauline concept of crucifixion with Christ in medieval devotional prose for women”, Studies in Religion / Sciences Religieuses 28:1 (1999)

Judith Hartenstein, “Mary Magdalene the Apostle: A Re-interpretation of Literary Traditions?” Lectio difficilior 1/2007.

Teresa J. Hornsby, “The gendered sinner in Romans 1-7.” (Paper given at SBL 2000).

Glenna S. Jackson, “The Complete Gospel: Jesus and Women Via the Jesus Seminar”. Hervormde Teologiese Studies 57.1 (2001).

Marianne Bjelland Kartzow, “Resurrection as Gossip: Representations of Women in Resurrection Stories of the Gospels”. Lectio difficilior 1/2010.

Howard Clark Kee, “The Changing Role of Women in the Early Christian World”, Theology Today 49 (1992-3), pp. 225-38.*

Seong Hee Kim, “Rupturing the Empire: Reading the Poor Widow as a Postcolonial Female Subject (Mark 12:41-44).” Lectio difficilior 1/2006.

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

Andreas J. Köstenberger, “Gender passages in the NT: Hermeneutical fallacies critiqued.” Westminster Theological Journal 56.2 (1994): 259-283.

Andreas J. Köstenberger, “The Crux of the Matter: Paul’s Pastoral Pronouncements Regarding Women’s Roles in 1 Timothy 2:9–15”. Faith & Mission 14.(1997): 24-48.

Andreas J. Köstenberger, “Saved through Childbearing? A Fresh Look at 1 Timothy 2:15 Points to Protection from Satan’s Deception”. CBMW News 2.4 (1997): 1-6.

Andreas J. Köstenberger, “Ascertaining Women’s God-Ordained Roles: An Interpretation of 1 Timothy 2:15”. Bulletin for Biblical Research 7 (1997): 107-144.

Carolyn S. Leeb, “The widow: homeless and post-menopausal – term “widow” in the Bible.” Biblical Theology Bulletin 32.4 (2002).

Joe E. Lunceford, “Let a Woman Keep Silent in the Church?” (2010).

Joseph A. Marchal, “Military Images in Philippians 1-2: A Feminist Analysis of the Rhetorics of Scholarship, Philippians, and Current Contexts.” (Rhetoric, Violence and Evil: Connections, Reflections and Responses: A Conference of the Centre for Rhetorics and Hermeneutics, University of the Redlands).*

Sarah J. Melcher, “The problem of anti-Judaism in Christian feminist biblical interpretation: some pragmatic suggestions.” Cross Currents 53.1 (2003): 22-31.

James A. Metzger, “Review of Dowling, Elizabeth V., Taking Away the Pound.” Review of Biblical Literature 2009, no. 4 (2009).

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

Surekha Nelavala, “Jesus Asks the Samaritan Woman for a Drink: A Dalit Feminist Reading of John 4.” Lectio difficilior 1/2007.

Jerome Neyrey, “What’s Wrong With This Picture? John 4, Cultural Stereotypes of Women, and Public and Private Space”, Biblical Theology Bulletin 24 (1994), pp. 77-91 (reproduced on Neyrey’s homepage).

Ann Nyland, “Against Grudem: Aner and Masculinist Misprisions of New Testament Meaning.” Seachanges 3 (2003).

David W. Odell-Scott, “Editorial dilemma: the interpolation of 1 Cor 14:34-35 in the Western manuscripts of D, G and 88.” Biblical Theology Bulletin 30.2 (2000): 68-74.

Teresa Okure, “Contemporary perspectives on women in the Bible.” Bulletin Dei Verbum 53.4 (1999).

Grant R. Osborne, “Hermeneutics and women in the church.” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 20.4 (1977) 337-352.

Carolyn Osiek “The Bride of Christ (Ephesians 5:22-33): a problematic wedding.” Biblical Theology Bulletin 32 (2002).

Alan G. Padgett, “The Significance of ‘Anti in 1 Corinthians 11:15”. Tyndale Bulletin 45.1 (1994): 181-187.

Todd Penner and Caroline Vander Stichele. “Unveiling Paul: gendering ethos in 1 Corinthians 11:2-16.” Lectio difficilior 2/2004.

Andrew C. Perriman, “What Eve Did, What Women Shouldn’t Do: The Meaning of Authenteo in 1 Timothy 2:12″. Tyndale Bulletin 44.1 (1993): 129-142.

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).

Barbara E. Reid, “‘Do You See this Woman’ (Luke 7:44): A Liberative Look at Luke 7:36-50 and Strategies for Reading Other Stories Against the Grain.” (n.d.).

Marie Sabin, “Women transformed: the ending of Mark is the beginning of wisdom.” Cross Currents 48.2 (1998): 149-168.

Marie Sabin, “The Bible as a site for struggle: rethinking Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza.” Cross Currents 49.1 (1999): 115-122.

David M. Scholer, “Feminist hermeneutics and evangelical biblical interpretation.” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 30.4 (1987) 407-420.

Holger Szesnat, “Human Sexuality, History, and Culture: Some Methodological Problems of Studying ‘Sexuality’ in the New Testament and its World”, Scriptura 62 (1997), pp. 335-361 (reproduced on Szeznat’s homepage) (New URL)

Luise Schottroff, “The songs and the cries of believers: justification in Paul.” (n.d.)

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

Peter-Ben Smit, “That’s very sweet of you, my child, but no thanks: a note on Philippians 4:10-20 and Paul’s parental authority.” Lectio difficilior 1/2006.

Jeffrey L. Staley, “Changing woman: a postcolonial, postfeminist interpretation of Acts 16.6-40.” In: A feminist companion to Acts. Eds. Amy-Jill Levine and Marianne Blickenstaff. (London: Continuum, 2004).

Angela Standhartinger, “Die Frau muss Vollmacht haben auf ihrem Haupt (1 Korinther 11, 10): Zur Geschichte und Gegenwart feministischer Paulusauslegung.” Lectio difficilior 2/2002.

Angela Standhartinger, “Frauen in Mahlgemeinschaften: Diskurs und Wirklichkeit einer antiken, frühjüdischen und frühchristlichen Praxis.” Lectio difficilior 2/2005.

Luzia Sutter Rehmann, “Die paulinischen Briefe in der feministischen Exegese.” Lectio difficilior 1/2001.

Ronald F. Thiemann, “The Unnamed Woman at Bethany”, Theology Today 44 (1987-88), pp. 179-88.

Caroline Vander Stichele, “Just a Whore: The Annihilation of Babylon According to Revelation 17:16”, Lectio Difficilior 1 (2000).

Caroline Vander Stichele & Todd Penner, “All the World’s a Stage: The Rhetoric of Gender in Acts “. In: Reimund Bieringer, Gilbert Van Belle & Jozef Verheyden (eds). Luke and His Readers: Festschrift Adelbert Denaux. (Leuven: Leuven University Press; Uitgeverij Peeters, 2005). pp 373-396.

Elain M. Wainwright, “Tradition makers / tradition shapers: women of the Matthean tradition.” Word & World 18.4 (1998): 380-388.

Elaine Wainwright, “Only to the lost sheep or to all the nations: social location constructing elites and marginals in the Matthean gospel.” Seachanges 2 (2002).

Daniel B. Wallace & Michael Burer, “Was Junia Really an Apostle? A Re-Examination of Romans 16.7″. Journal for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood 6.2 (2001): 4-11.

A. Watson, “Jesus and the Adulteress” in Biblica 80 (1999), pp. 100-108.

Bruce W. Winter, “The ‘New’ Roman Wife and 1 Timothy 2:9-15: The Search for a Sitz Im Leben”. Tyndale Bulletin 51.2 (2000): 285-294.