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Edited by David E. Aune, Torrey Seland and Jarl Henning Ulrichsen
Christopher R. Matthews
This fresh approach to the texts that coalesced around the name Philip in the New Testament and other early Christian literature finds the impetus for their formation and preservation in the apostolic identity of this historical/literary figure.
Emerson B. Powery
This project, using literary analysis, highlights Jesus' explicit citations of scripture within each Synoptic Gospel as an important component of each Gospel's narrative rhetoric.
This book is a literary analysis of the doubting Thomas story’s role as John’s gospel’s climax. By tracing key themes throughout John, the author demonstrates that the episode illustrates that faith and the life it engenders result from Jesus’ action.
This volume carefully analyses Polycarp of Smyrna's literary dependencies, paying special attention to Polycarp's verbal and conceptual relationships to the Apostle Paul and his writings.
Janeth Norfleete Day
The book provides a history of the interpretation of the Samaritan Woman in the church, in art, and in literature. The author’s alternative interpretation draws eclectically upon historical and contemporary approaches to present the Samaritan woman as a pious believer.
The ethical emphasis in Jesus’ gospel proclamation is grounded in Second Temple Judaism, particularly the demand of covenantal obedience, sectarian revelation, and the apocalyptic hope. He affirms the necessity of righteousness by redefining it in relation to himself as Messiah.
Robert D. Rowe
Contributing to the study of the Old Testament in the New, Robert Rowe explores the relationship between te kingdom of God and Messianic kingship in Mark's gospel, starting from 'two-tier' kingship in the Psalms, and considering inter-testamental literature.
Edited by Duane F. Watson
These essays examine the intertexture of apocalyptic discourse in the New Testament: what the discourse represents, refers to, and uses of outside phenomena. Intertexture includes references in the Hebrew Bible, intertestamental and Greco-Roman texts, and social and cultural ...
Michael J. Gilmour
Gilmour uses 2 Peter as a test case to raise questions about the use of literary parallels in historical reconstruction. Paperback edition is available from the Society of Biblical Literature (www.sbl-site.org).
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