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Edited by David E. Aune, University of Notre Dame and Frederick E. Brenk, Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome.
Focusing on a strength of the faculty of the Pontifical Biblical Institute, this volume is a collection of nine essays by an international group of scholars who have used texts from the Greco-Roman world to illuminate various aspects of the New Testament.
David M. Moffitt
Hebrews appears to have little interest in Jesus’ resurrection. Drawing on contemporary studies of Jewish sacrifice, Jewish apocalyptic literature, and fresh exegetical insights, this volume argues that Jesus’ resurrection forms the conceptual center of Hebrews’ Christological and soteriological ...
edited by David E. Aune & Robin Darling Young
In Reading Religions in the Ancient World, sixteen colleagues and students of Robert M. Grant honor their colleague, friend and mentor with essays on Classical Studies, New Testament Studies and Patristic Studies. These three areas of study signal the breadth and depth of Professor Grant’s own ...
Edited by David E. Aune, Torrey Seland and Jarl Henning Ulrichsen
Edited by David G. Horrell and Christopher M. Tuckett
This collection of essays by an international team of New Testament scholars focuses on various kinds of christological claim, whether by the historical Jesus, in the Q tradition, John, Paul or the synoptics, and their connection with controversy and community.
Edited by David H. Warren, Ann Graham Brock and David W. Pao
This collection of studies in honor of François Bovon highlights the rich diversity found within early expressions of Christianity as evidenced in ancient texts, in early traditions and movements, and in archaic symbols and motifs.
David W. Kuck
This study explores Paul's rhetorical use of apocalyptic judgment language in 1 Corinthians 3:5 - 4:5 in the light of Jewish and Greco- Roman judgment traditions. Paul encourages the Corinthians to set aside their divisiveness by looking to God's future reward. The Corinthians have not rejected ...
Edited by David L. Barr
The interpretation of the Apocalypse is explored through various methods including historical, literary, and social analysis, in combination with such reading strategies as process, postcolonial, and religion studies perspectives. Shows how diverse methods produce divergent readings of a ...
Edited by U.B. Schmid, with W.J. Elliott and D.C. Parker
This book provides a complete critical apparatus of all the parchment manuscripts of St. John’s Gospel, including such important manuscripts as Codex Vaticanus and Codex Sinaiticus. It also contains transcriptions and plates of fragmentary and difficult-to-read copies.
David R. Beck
This work examines the function of anonymous characters in the Fourth Gospel narrative and how their anonymity enables reader identification, thereby facilitating reader participation in the claims of the narrative, specifically the recognition of and response to Jesus' identity.
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