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Edited by Reimund Bieringer, Florentino García Martínez, Didier Pollefeyt & Peter J. Tomson
This book brings together the contributions of the foremost specialists on the relationship of the New Testament and Rabbinic Literature. They present the history of scholarship and deal with the main methodological issues, and analyze both legal and literary problems.
Edited by Zuleika Rodgers with Margaret Daly-Denton and Anne Fitzpatrick McKinley
Reflecting the wide-ranging research interests of Seán Freyne, the essays in this volume address issues related to the study of Judaism from the Persian period to the Cairo Geniza, and from the development of the Christian movement to the early modern mapping of Galilee.
By Mathias Nygaard (Fjellhaug International University College, Norway)
In Prayer in the Gospels Mathias Nygaard offers a text-centred reading of the prayer materials of the Gospels. His approach provides for exegesis and theology in a single discussion.
By Keith A. Reich
Examining Luke's gospel through audience-oriented rhetorical criticism, this book investigates the speech of Jesus through his use of rhetorical figures. Jesus' speech in Luke's Gospel reveals Luke's message and his means of persuading his audience to accept it.
By Anna Runesson
Known for its fresh approaches as well as for its complex theoretical foundations, postcolonial studies is one of the most dynamic contributions to the field of biblical studies today. The present book is a pedagogically structured introduction to this emerging field for both scholar and student.
Edited by Roberta Sterman Sabbath
Sacred Tropes interweaves Tanakh, New Testament, and Qur'an essays which collectively and individually enlist literary approaches including environmental, cultural studies, gender, psychoanalytic, ideological, economic, historicism, law, and rhetorical criticisms. Sacred Tropes represents a ...
Edited by Ruth A. Clements and Daniel R. Schwartz
The 13 papers comprising this volume treat afresh the connections between the Dead Sea and early Christian texts. Topics covered include exegetical issues; prophecy, demonology, messianism; canon and the rise of commentary; the Fourth Gospel and the Dead Sea Scrolls.
by Albert L.A. Hogeterp
This book provides a comparative traditio-historical study of the full range of Qumran texts and recensions now available and of New Testament texts with regard to ideas about the final age, resurrection, apocalypticism, and messianism.
Eric F. Mason
Of the many proposals for the conceptual background of the priestly Christology of the Epistle to the Hebrews, this book argues that the presentations of the messianic priest and Melchizedek in the Qumran texts provide the closest parallels to Hebrews’ thought.
By Gerald J. Donker
All quotations of the Apostolos in the writings of Athanasius are analyzed to determine the text’s classification within New Testament text-types, and collated against a range of representative text-type manuscript witnesses. The book demonstrates multivariate analysis and multidimensional ...
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