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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 Steven Friesen, Dan Schowalter, and James Walters
Edited by Rieuwerd Buitenwerf, Harm W. Hollander and Johannes Tromp
This collection of essays by leading experts in New Testament scholarship addresses core themes in the study of early Christianity. It is dedicated to Henk Jan de Jonge (Emeritus Professor in the New Testament, Leiden University) in honour of his important contributions to the field of New ...
Edited by Patrick Gray and Gail R. O’Day
This volume contains twenty-two essays in honor of Carl R. Holladay, whose work on the interaction between early Christianity and Hellenistic Judaism has had a considerable impact on the study of the New Testament.
Edited by John Fotopoulos
This volume is a collection of newly published scholarly studies honoring Prof.Dr. David. E. Aune on his 65th birthday. These groundbreaking studies written by prominent international scholars investigate a range of topics in the New Testament and early Christian literature with insights drawn ...
James P. Ware
Illumining the Jewish context of early Christian mission, this study through close exegesis of Paul’s letter to the Philippians reveals the crucial place of the mission of the church in Paul’s thought.
Charles H. Talbert
This book begins by offering a reading of the theological views of Luke-Acts in terms of Peter J. Rabinowitz's authorial audience and closes with reflections on how one might assess the historical value of Acts.
Ismo Dunderberg, Christopher Tuckett and Kari Syreeni
This collection consists of 22 essays on New Testament, early Christianity, and biblical interpretation. The essays bear especially upon issues related to early Christian diversity and conflicts and to their challenge for biblical interpretation.
This fresh examination of a neglected aspect of the study of Ephesians throws new light on a number of crucial passages. Recent scholarly insights are combined with new exegetical observations to significantly advance the debate on the place of Ephesians within the Pauline corpus of epistles.
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.
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