Search: Biblical Studies - New Testament & Early Christian Writings, 1997
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.
Walter T. Wilson
This study investigates Colossians as a form of theological education and appeal that endeavors to guide the moral formation of its readers in a Christian setting, making use of practical strategies familiar especially from the traditions of Greco-Roman philosophy.
Arie W. Zwiep
This study focuses on the ascension and exaltation of Jesus in Luke-Acts in the light of the first-century Jewish rapture tradition and the early Christian resurrection-exaltation kerygma.
John J. Collins
A collection of essays dealing with apocalypticism, Daniel, the Sibylline oracles, Dead Sea Scrolls and wisdom and apocalypticism. Two of the essays appear here for the first time. This publication has also been published in paperback, please click here for details.
Bruce Chilton and Craig A. Evans
The Proclamation of Jesus seeks to place Jesus in the context of first-century Palestinian Judaism. The essence of his preaching, the kingdom of God, and the place of purity in his teaching and activities are given careful consideration.
Edited by Craig A. Evans and Shemaryahu Talmon
This collection of studies is in honor of Professor James A. Sanders, a leading scholar in the fields of canon of Scripture, textual criticism, and intertextuality. Contributors include leading scholars in these and related fields of study.
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.
Edited by Stanley E. Porter
This handbook provides a substantial theoretical and practical guide to the multi-faceted discipline of exegesis of the New Testament. It offers succinct and well-informed essays, with plenty of bibliography, written by experts in their respective fields. The handbook will serve well as a ...
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.
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