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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 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 William L. Petersen, Johan S. Vos and Henk J. de Jonge
Sixteen studies by leading New Testament scholars on the canonical and non-canonical Sayings of Jesus. Source, form, textual, redaction, and literary criticism are brought to bear on selected passages, resulting in significant advances in the examination of the sayings tradition.
Tessel M. Jonquière
This book is an analysis of prayer in the works of Flavius Josephus, comprising a study of Josephus’own views and an analysis of 32 prayer texts within his narrative. New light is thus shed on his historiographic method and his theology.
Jay M. Harrington
This volume offers a detailed chronological and systematic history of the debate surrounding Luke's use of Mark's Gospel and special sources in a section of the passion narrative, concluding with an exegesis of Lk 23,6 - 16 as a testing ground of material derived from the survey. An extensive ...
Beth M. Stovell, St. Thomas University in Miami Gardens, Florida
In Mapping Metaphorical Discourse in the Fourth Gospel, Beth M. Stovell examines the metaphor of Jesus as king throughout the Fourth Gospel using an interdisciplinary metaphor theory incorporating cognitive and systemic functional linguistic approaches with literary approaches.
Bruce Chilton, General Editor; Darrell Bock, Associate Editor; Daniel M. Gurtner, Editor for the Pseudepigrapha, Josephus, and Philo; Jacob Neusner, Editor for Rabbinic Literature; Lawrence H. Schiffman, Editor for the Literature of Qumran, Daniel Oden
This handbook addresses the Judaic context of the Gospel according to Mark. Mark's text is compared to distinct categories of writings, Pseudepigrapha (together with Philo and Josephus), discoveries related to Qumran, Rabbinic Literature (as well as the Targumim), and examples of Aramaic ...
J. Duncan M. Derrett
This volume develops the theme that the gospels, especially John, and Paul cannot be grasped without intimate and detailed knowledge of Jewish sources, amongst which the Bible is neglected.
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