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Craig A. Evans
This volume offers annotated bibliographies for all the major areas of critical scholarship in the historical Jesus. It is an indispensable tool for research in this important field of the study.
This Bibliography of Literature on First Peter is a valuable research tool, giving a list of publications on 1 Peter from the earliest days of interpretation until the present day. Its entries seek to provide complete publication details on a comprehensive, categorized collection of works.
Michael F. Hull
This volume reviews and critiques the over forty different interpretations of 1 Cor 15:29, then examines the verse anew in terms of its literary, historical, and theological contexts within the writings of Paul.
Edited by D.C. Parker and C.-B. Amphoux
This rich collection of papers by scholars from various countries presents a range of important insights into the place of Codex Bezae in the history of the New Testament text and in the world of early Christianity.
R. Alan Culpepper
This volume comprises a collection of ten essays on John 6 that provides an overview of current Johannine scholarship and a showcase for methodologies now being used in Gospel studies. The essays deal with a challenging array of critical issues.
Edités par Paul B. Fenton et Roland Goetschel
The present volume deals with the phenomenon of Writing and the Mystical Experience in Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Particular emphasis is laid on this theme within Jewish mysticism in the various stages of its historical development. Methodological and phenomenological studies deal with the ...
Brian S. Rosner
To what extent was Paul dependent upon the Scriptures when he regulated conduct in the churches? This book investigates 1 Corinthians 5-7 and concludes that Scripture is a crucial and formative source for Paul's ethics. In Paul's words, Scripture was “written for our instruction”.
Edited by George A. Kiraz
This edition provides for the first time the texts of all tree Syriac versions of the Gospels: the Old Syriac, Peshiṭta and ḥarklean. The texts (all derived from the best sources) are carefully aligned so as to facilitate comparative study.
Edited by Todd C. Penner and Caroline Vander Stichele
These essays on Acts illustrate the move away from traditional modes of interpretation and toward more innovative historical, cultural, and literary analyses. They focus particularly on the intersection of early Christian literature and its Greco-Roman cultural and discursive contexts.
Ian H. Henderson
This book uses Greco-Roman theories and practice of gnomic speech to elaborate a rhetorical-critical model of the interaction of memory, performance and composition in the public discourse of Jesus and of both his oral and gospel-writing interpreters.
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