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Bill Arnold

  • 1 and 2 Samuel. The NIV Application Commentary. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan Publishing House, 2003. 

  • A Guide to Biblical Hebrew Syntax, with John H. Choi. New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003. 

  • Who Were the Babylonians? Society of Biblical Literature Archaeology and Biblical Studies, 10. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2004. 

  • Dictionary of the Old Testament: Historical Books, edited with H. G. M. Williamson. Downers Grove, Ill./Leicester, England: InterVarsity Press, 2005.

  • Genesis. The New Cambridge Bible Commentary. New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009. 

  • Introduction to the Old Testament. New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014. 

  • Windows to the Ancient World of the Hebrew Bible: Essays in Honor of Samuel Greengus, edited with Nancy L. Erickson and John H. Walton. Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2014.

  • Ancient Israel’s History: An Introduction to Issues and Sources, edited with Richard S. Hess. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Academic, 2014. 

  • “Deuteronomy 12 and the Law of the Central Sanctuary noch einmal,” Vetus Testamentum 64/2 (2014): 236-248. 

  • “The Holiness Redaction of the Flood Narrative (Gen 6:9–9:29).” Pages 13-40 in Windows to the Ancient World of the Hebrew Bible: Essays in Honor of Samuel Greengus. Edited by Bill T. Arnold, Nancy L. Erickson, and John H. Walton. Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2014. 

  • “Genesis 1 as Holiness Preamble.” Pages 331-43 in Let us Go up to Zion: Essays in Honour of H. G. M. Williamson on the Occasion of his Sixty-Fifth Birthday. Edited by Iain Provan and Mark J. Boda.Vetus Testamentum Supplements, 153. Leiden: Brill, 2012. 

  • “Aramean Origins: The Evidence from Babylonia,” Archiv für Orientforschung 52 (2011): 179-85. 

  • “The Love-Fear Antinomy in Deuteronomy 5-11,” Vetus Testamentum 61/4 (2011): 551-69.

  • “Deuteronomy as the Ipsissima Vox of Moses,” Journal of Theological Interpretation 4/1 (2010): 53-74.

  • Encountering the Old Testament: A Christian Survey, with Bryan E. Beyer. Encountering Biblical Studies Series. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Academic, 1999 [1st edition], 2008 [2nd edition], 2015 [3rd edition]. 

  • The Face of Old Testament Studies: A Survey of Contemporary Approaches, edited with David W. Baker. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Academic, 1999. 

  • Readings from the Ancient Near East: Primary Sources for Old Testament Study, edited with Bryan E. Beyer. Encountering Biblical Studies Series. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Academic, 2002. 

     

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Bryan Babcock

  • Sacred Ritual: A Study of the West Semitic Ritual Calendars in Leviticus 23 and the Akkadian Text Emar 446. BBRSup 9. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2014

  • “Sacred Time in West Semitic Festival Calendars and the Dating of Leviticus 23.” Journal for the Evangelical Study of the Old Testament. 2.1 (2013): 1–23.

Joel Barker

  • From the Depths of Despair to the Promise of Presence: A Rhetorical Reading of the Book of Joel. Siphrut 11. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 2014

  • "One Good 'Turn' Deserves Another? Rhetorical Strategy in Joel 2:12-17" in Why?...How Long? Studies on Voice(s) of Lamentation Rooted in Biblical Hebrew Poetry. LHB/OTS 552. Eds. LeAnn Snow Flesher, Mark J. Boda, and Carol Dempsey. New York: Bloomsbury, 2014.

Philipp Bartholomae

  • The Johannine Discourses and the Teaching of Jesus in the Synoptics: A Contribution to the Discussion Concerning the Authenticity of Jesus` Words in the Fourth Gospel. Texte und Arbeiten zum neutestamentlichen Zeitalter 57, Tübingen: Francke, 2012. 

  • „John 5,31-47 and the Teaching of Jesus in the Synoptics: A Comparative Approach”, Biblica 92/3 (2011), pp.368-392.

  • „2Thess 2:2 and 3:17: Some Evidence Against the Non-PaulineAuthorship Hypothesis“ in: Sprache lieben – Gottes Wort verstehen: Beiträge zur biblischen Exegese, Festschrift für Heinrich von Siebenthal, ed. by Walter Hilbrands, Gießen: Brunnen, 2011, pp. 297-316.

Herbert Bateman IV

  • "Rebellion and God's Judgment in Jude," Bibliotheca Sacra 170 (October-December 2013): 453-77.

  • Interpreting the General Letters: An Exegetical Handbook, vol. 3 in Handbooks for New Testament Exegesis. Edited by John D. Harvey. Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2013.

  • Translating Jude Clause by Clause: An Exegetical Guide in Ebooks for Translating the New Testament. Leesburg, IN: Cyber-Center for Biblcial Studies, 2013.

  • "Jesus the Messiah" in Mishikan 70 (2012): 34-50.

  • Jesus the Messah: Tracing the Promises, Expectations, and Coming of Israel's King, co-author with Darrel L. Bock and Gordon L. Johnston. Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2012.

  • Charts on the Book of Hebrews in Kregel Charts of the Bible. Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2012.

  • Interpreting the Psalms for Preaching and Teaching, co-editor with Brent Sandy. St. Louis: Chalice Press, 2010.

  • "Second Temple Exegetical Practices: Extra-biblical Examples of Exegesis Compared with those in the Book of Hebrews" in the Dead Sea Scrolls issue of Southwestern Journal of Theology 53.1 (Fall 2010): 26-54.

  • Translating 2 and 3 John Clause by Clause: An Exegetical Guide in Ebooks for Translating the New Testament. Leesburg, IN: Cyber-Center for Biblcial Studies, 2015.

  • Jude in the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary. Edited by Hall Harris. Bellingham, WA: Logos, 2015.

Ben Blackwell

  • Christosis: Pauline Soteriology in Light of Deification in Irenaeus and Cyril of Alexandria. WUNT II/314; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2011.

  • 'Immortal Glory and the Problem of Death in Romans 3:23', Journal for the Study of New Testament 32.3 (2010): 285-308.

  • 'Paul and Irenaeus' in Paul and the Second Century: The Legacy of Paul's Life, Letters, and Teaching, eds. Michael F. Bird and Joseph R. Dodson (London: T&T Clark, 2011).

  • Christosis: Engaging Paul's Soteriology with his Patristic Interpreters (Eerdmans, 2016).

Bryan Blazosky

  • “The Role the Law Does or Does Not Play in the Condemnation of Gentiles in Rom 2:12–15,” JETS 59 (2016): 83–97.

Tavis Bohlinger

  • "The Akedah in Pseudo-Philo: A Paradigm of Divine-Human Reciprocity," Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha 25 (2016): 189–227.

  • "A Survey of Pseudo-Philo’s Use of the Akedah," Henoch 38 (2016): 15–31.

Jeannine Brown

  • Matthew. Teach the Text Commentary Series. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2015.

  • Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels. 2d ed. Edited by Joel B. Green, Nicholas Perrin, Jeannine K. Brown. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 2013.

     

  • “Matthew’s ‘Least of These’ Theology and Subversion of ‘Us/Other’ Categories.” In Matthew: Texts @   Contexts, 287-301. Edited by Nicole Wilkinson Duran and James P. Grimshaw. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2013.

Allan Brown II

  • "Chrysostom and Epiphanius: Long Hair Prohibited as Covering in 1 Corinthians 11:4, 7" BBR 23.3 (2013): 365-376.

James Bruckner

  • “Health” in Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics. Edited by Joel Green. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2011.

  • Exodus. 2nd edition. Understanding the Bible Commentary Series. Grand Rapids: Baker Publishing Group, 2012.

  • “Habakkuk, Book of” in Dictionary of the Old Testament: Prophets, 294-301. Edited by Mark J. Boda and J. Gordon McConville. Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 2012.

  • Healthy Human Life: A Biblical Witness. Cascade Books. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2012.

  • What Every Christian Should Know about Exodus in Word and World (Spring 2013) 1-18.

  • “Prosperity and Flourishing: a Biblical Witness” in Christian Community Development Association Theological Journal (Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2014) 5-12.

  • “The Lord’s Claim on Our Identity” in Doing Theology for the Church: Essays in Honor of Klyne Snodgrass. Edited by Rebekah Eklund and John Phelan. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2014.

  • Jonah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah. NIV Application Commentary Series, Zondervan, 2004.

  • Implied Law in the Abraham Narrative: a literary and theological analysis. JSOTS Series 335, Sheffield Academic Press, 2001.

Susan Bubbers

  • A Scriptural Theology of Eucharistic Blessings, T&T Clark, 2013.

Juerg Buchegger

  • Theologische Rundschau 56, 1991, 209-210

  • Fundamentum3/1995, FS 25 Jahre STH Basel, 164-186

  • Jahrbuch für Evangelikale Theologie15, 2001, 11-35

  • TANZ 40 (Tübingen: A. Francke Verlag, 2003)

  • in: R. Hille und H.H. Klement, Hrsg., Ein Mensch – was ist das? Zur theologischen Anthropologie, Bericht von der 13. Studienkonferenz des Arbeitskreises für evangelikale Theologie (AfeT) 14.-17. Sept. 2003 in Bad Blankenburg (Wuppertal: R. Brockhaus und Giessen/Basel: Brunnen, 2004), 184-213

  • in: Ph. Nanz, Hrsg., Der Erneuerung von Kirche und Theologie verpflichtet. Freundesgabe für Johannes Heinrich Schmid (Riehen/Basel: Verlag arteMedia, 2005), 213-239

  • Jahrbuch für Evangelikale Theologie20, 2006, 59-81

  • in: Jahrbuch für Evangelikale Theologie 23, 2009, 49-77

  • in: Sven Grosse und Herbert Klement, Hg., Für eine reformatorische Kirche mit Biss, FS A. Sierszyn zum 70. Geburtstag, STB 9, Münster: LIT Verlag, 2013, 45-66

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Scott Callaham

  • Modality and the Biblical Hebrew Infinitive Absolute. Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes 71. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2010.

  • “Passive Paradox: Demoted Agent Promotion in Biblical Hebrew,” Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 124 (2012): 89-97.

  • “But Ruth Clung to Her: Textual Constraints on Ambiguity in Ruth 1:14,” Tyndale Bulletin 63 (2012): 179-98.

  • “Old Testament Preaching from the Lectionary: Challenge, Case Study, and Reflection,” The Expository Times 124 (2013): 582-589.

  • “Must Biblical and Systematic Theology Remain Apart? Reflection on Paul van Imschoot,” Journal for the Evangelical Study of the Old Testament 5.1 (2016): 1-26.
  • “Biblical Hebrew in Chinese: Fostering the Rethinking of Teaching Method through Language Defamiliarization,” Hebrew Higher Education 19 (2017): forthcoming (published in advance online at http://naphhebrew.org/hhe-19-2017-forthcoming).

George Carraway

  • Christ is God over All: Romans 9:5 in the Context of Romans 9-11. London and New York: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2013.

Thomas Caulley

  • "The Chrestos/Christos Pun (1 Pet 2:3) in P72 and P125." Novum Testamentum 53:4 (2011): 376-387.

  • co-editor and contributor, Die Septuaginta und das frühe Christentum.Papers from the Tübingen Conference on the Septuagint and Christian Origins, 1-3 April, 2009.  WUNT 277.  Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr/Paul Siebeck, 2011. 

  • "Balaam’s 'Star'Oracle in Jewish and Christian Prophetic Tradition." Restoration Quarterly 56:1 (Jan., 2014): 28-40.

  • "Notable Galilean Persons." Pages 151-166 in Life, Culture, and Society. Vol 1 of Galilee in the Late Second Temple and Mishnaic Periods. Edited by D. A. Fiensy and J. R. Strange. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2014.

  • "A Fragment of an Early Christian Hymn (Papyrus Bodmer 12): Some Observations."   Zeitschrift für Antikes Christentum 13:3 (2009): 403-414.

  • "ΒΑΛΑΑΚ in the P72 text of Jude 11: a Proposal," New Testament Studies 55 (2009): 73-82.

  • "'They Promise Them Freedom':  Once again, the Ψευδοδιδάσκαλοι in 2 Peter," Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentlichen Wissenschaft 99:1 (2008): 129-138.

  • "Ordination."  Lexham Bible Dictionary. Logos Bible Software.  2014

  • "Abba."  Lexham Bible Dictionary.  Logos Bible Software.  2015.

  • "'A Thief in the Night'": Paul and Jesus."  Leaven 23.1 (Spring, 2015): 28-36.

E. Clendenen

  • "A Passionate Prophet: Reading Emotions in the Book of Malachi." BBR 23.2 (2013): 207-21.

Lynn Cohick

  • Ephesians in the New Covenant Commentary. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2010.

  • Philippians in Story of God Commentary. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2013.

Gary Collier

  • "Use of γραφή in Ancient Greek, Jewish, and Christian Literature"  pp. 189-248 in Scripture, Canon, & Inspiration: Faith in Pursuit of Conversation. CWP Press 2012.

  • I, Paulos:  Shades of Conversation in 1Thessalonians—An Odyssey of Authors and Texts, and of Reading Paul Conversationally.  The Dialogē Press: Cloverdale, IN, 2017.  6x9 cloth cover, 740 pages.  For description, table of contents, and the 26 page introduction click here..

Gregory Cook

Wilson Cunha

  • Wilson de A. Cunha, LXX Isaiah 24:1-26:6 as Interpretation and Translation: A Methodological Discussion (Septuagint and Cognate Series 62; Atlanta: SBL Press, 2014). http://www.sbl-site.org/assets/pdfs/pubs/060462P.pdf

  • Cunha, Wilson de A. “’Kingship’ and ‘Kingdom’: A Discussion of Isaiah 24:21-23; 27:12-13" in Formation and Intertextuality in Isaiah 24-27 (Ancient Israel and Its Literature 17; Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2013), 61-76.

  • Cunha, Wilson de A. “LXX Isaiah 25:6-8 and the Issue of Coherence” in LXX: XIV Congress of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate StudiesHelsinki 2010 (SCS 59; ed. Melvin K. H. Peters; Atlanta: SBL, 2013): 277-290.

  • Cunha, Wilson de A. “A Brief Discussion of MT Isaiah 24,14-16,” Biblica 90 (2009), 530-544.

  • Cunha, Wilson de A. Review of Arie C. Leder. Waiting for the Land: The Story Line of the Pentateuch (Phillipsburg: P&R Publishing, 2010). Calvin Theological Journal 48/2 (2013): 332-335.

  • Cunha, Wilson de A. Review of J. Stromberg. An Introduction to the Study of Isaiah (London: T & T Clark, 2011). Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 56/3 (2013): 605-607.

  • Cunha, Wilson de A. Review of J. Ferry. Isaïe: “Comme les mots d'un livre scellé...” (Paris: Cerf, 2008). Review of Biblical Literature (01/2013). http://www.bookreviews.org/pdf/6571_7115.pdf

     

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Rob Dalrymple

  • Revelation and the Two Witnesses, Wifp and Stock, 2011

  • Understanding Eschatology: Why it Matters, Wifp and Stock, 2013

Brian Dennert

  • “Hanukkah and the Testimony of Jesus’ Works (John 10:22-39),” Journal of Biblical Literature 132/2 (2013): 431-51

  • “Constructing Righteousness: The «Better Righteousness» of Matthew as Part of the Development of a Christian Identity,” Annali di Storia dell’Esegesi 28/2 (2011): 57-80

  • "John Calvin’s Movement from the Bible to Theology and Practice,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 54/2 (2011): 345-65

  • “Mark 11:16: A Status Quaestionis, Annali di Storia dell’Esegesi 28/1 (2011): 279-88

  • “Appendix: A Survey of the Interpretative History of the Parable of the Dishonest Steward (Luke 16:1-9).” Pages 145-52 in From Judaism to Christianity: Tradition and Transition: A Festschrift for Thomas H. Tobin, S.J. on the Occasion of His Sixty-fifth Birthday. Edited by Patricia Walters. Leiden: Brill, 2010

  • “The Use of Isaiah 7:14 in Matthew 1:23 through the Interpretation of the Septuagint,” Trinity Journal ns 30/1 (2009): 97-105

  • John the Baptist and the Jewish Setting of Matthew. Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament 2/403; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2015. 

  • “‘The Rejection of Wisdom’s Call’: Matthew’s Use of Proverbs 1:20-33 in the Parable of Children in the Marketplace (Matthew 11:16-19//Luke 7:31-35).” Pages 46–63 in Searching the Scriptures: Studies in Context and Intertextuality, Studies in Scripture in Early Judaism and Christianity 19. Edited by Craig A. Evans and Jeremiah J. Johnston. London and New York: Bloomsbury T & T Clark, 2015.

Jason DeRouchie

  • Editor. What the Old Testament Authors Really Cared About: A Survey of Jesus' Bible. Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2013.

  • Editor with Jason Gile and Kenneth Turner. For Our Good Always: Studies on the Message and Influence of Deuteronomy in Honor of Daniel I. Block. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2013.

  • Co-author with Duane A. Garrett. A Modern Grammar for Biblical Hebrew. Nashville: B&H, 2009.

  • Co-author with Duane A. Garrett. A Modern Grammar for Biblical Hebrew: Workbook. Nashville: B&H, 2009.

  • Text Grammar and Literary Structure in Deuteronomy 5–11. GD30/BS2. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias, 2007.

Jeffrey Dryden

  • Journal for the Study of Paul and His Letters 5.1 (2015): 129-51.

  • Journal of Theological Interpretation 7.2 (2013): 295-310.

  • WUNT II/209. Tübingen: Mohr (Siebeck), 2006.

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Milton Eng

  • The Days of Our Years: A Lexical Semantic Study of the Life Cycle in Biblical Israel. Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies. London: T & T Clark, 2011.

Douglas Estes

  • The Questions of Jesus in John: Logic, Rhetoric and Persuasive Discourse. Biblical Interpretation Series 115. Leiden: Brill, 2012.

  • The Temporal Mechanics of the Fourth Gospel: A Theory of Hermeneutical Relativity in the Gospel of John. Biblical Interpretation Series 92. Leiden: Brill, 2008.

  • SimChurch: Being the Church in the Virtual World. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2009.

  • "Rhetorical Peristaseis (Circumstances) in the Prologue of John." Pages 191–208 in The Gospel of John as Genre Mosaic. Ed. Kasper Bro Larsen. Studia Aarhusiana Neotestamentica 3. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2015.

  • Questions and Rhetoric in the Greek New Testament. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2017.

  • and Doug Mangum, eds. Literary Approaches to the Bible. Lexham Methods Series, Vol 4. Bellingham: Lexham Press, 2016.

  • and Ruth Sheridan, eds. How John Works: Storytelling in the Fourth Gospel. SBL Resources for Biblical Study 86. Atlanta: SBL Press, 2016.

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Benjamin Giffone

Kyle Greenwood

  • "Debating Wisdom: The Role of Voice in Ecclesiastes." Catholic Biblical Quarterly 74.3 (2012) 476-91.

  • "Late Tenth- and Ninth-Century Issues: Ahab Underplayed? Jehoshaphat Overplayed?" Pages 286-318 in Ancient Israel's History: An Introduction to Issues and Sources. Edited by Bill T. Arnold, and Richard S. Hess. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2014.

     

  • "A Shuilla: Anu 1." Pages 217-26 in Akkadian Prayers and Hymns: A Reader. Edited by Alan Lenzi. SBL Ancient Near Eastern Monographs 3. Atlanta: SBL, 2011.

     

  • "A Shuilla: Marduk 2." Pages 313-24 in Akkadian Prayers and Hymns: A Reader. Edited by Alan Lenzi. SBL Ancient Near Eastern Monographs 3. Atlanta: SBL, 2011.

              

  • Scripture and Cosmology: Reading the Bible Between the Ancient World and Modern Science. Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2015.

     

Sigurd Grindheim

  • God’s Equal: What Can We Know About Jesus’ Self-Understanding? Library of New Testament Studies 446. London: T & T Clark, 2011.

  • “Self-Reliance or Mutual Dependence? A Vision for the Worldwide Church.” Evangelical Missions Quarterly 47, no. 2 (April 2011): 170–75.

  • Christology in the Synoptic Gospels: God or God’s Servant? London: T & T Clark, 2012.

  • “A Deutero-Pauline Mystery? Ecclesiology in Colossians and Ephesians.” Pages 173–95 in Paul and Pseudepigraphy. Edited by Stanley E. Porter and Gregory P. Fewster. Pauline Studies 8. Leiden: Brill, 2013.

  • Introducing Biblical Theology. London: T & T Clark, 2013.

  • “Not Salvation History, but Salvation Territory: The Main Subject Matter of Galatians.” New Testament Studies 59 (2013): 91–108.

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Linda Hamilton

  • Dynamic Oneness: The Significance and Flexibility of Paul’s One-God Language. Eugene, Ore.: Pickwick, 2010.

Sarah Harris

  • The Davidic Shepherd King in the Lukan Narrative. Library of New Testament Studies 558. London: T & T Clark, 2016. 

  • “Why are there Shepherds in the Birth Narrative?” Colloquium 44 (May 2012): 17-30

  •  “Through the Biblical Lens.” In Doing Integrative Theology: World, Word, and Work in Conversation. Eds. Philip Halstead and Myk Habets. Auckland: Archer Press, 2015.

  • “Letting (H)Anna Speak: An Intertextual Reading of the New Testament Prophetess (Luke 2:36-38),” Feminist Theology (forthcoming).

  • "Paul as Pastor in Philippians: When Staff Teams Disagree," in Paul as Pastor. Eds. Brian Rosner, Trevor Burke, and Andrew Malone. Library of New Testament Studies. London: T & T Clark, 2018.  

Jonathan Hicks

  • "Reading the Passion Narrative with Didymus the Blind," Phronema 28.1 (2013): 100-120.

  • "St Cyril on the Priesthood of Christ and the Old Testament," Phronema 30.1 (2015): 91-113.

  • Trinity, Economy, and Scripture: Recovering Didymus the Blind. JTI Supp 12. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 2015.

Douglas Holm

  • “Holy Engagement: ‘Doing Good’ as a Missional Response in 1 Peter.” Leaven 20 (2012): 110–116.

Edith M Humphrey

  • "The Ladies and the Cities: Transformation and Apocalyptic Identity in Joseph and Ase  neth, 4 Ezra, the Apocalypse and The Shepherd of Hermas," JSP Supp 18, Sheffield; JSOT Press, 1995.

  • (Guide to ) Joseph and Aseneth, Guide to Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha 8; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2000.

  • Ecstasy and Intimacy:  When the Holy Spirit Meets the Human Spirit. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2005.

  • And I Turned to See the Voice: The Rhetoric of Vision in the New Testament.  Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2007.

  • Grand Entrance: Worship on Earth as In Heaven. Grand Rapids: Brazos, 2011.

  • Scripture and Tradition: What the Bible Really Says . Grand Rapids: Baker, 2013.

Laura Hunt

  • Hunt, Laura J. The Not-Very-Persecuted Church: Paul at the Intersection of Church and Culture. Eugene, Or: Resource Publications, 2011.

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R Gregory Jenks

  • Paul and His Mortality: Imitating Christ in the Face of Death. Bulletin of Biblical Research Supplement Series, edited by Craig Blomberg and Richard S. Hess, vol. 12. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2015.

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Craig Keener

  • Acts: An Exegetical Commentary. 4 vols. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2012-15; vol. 3: 2014.

  • The IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament. 2nd rev. ed. Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 2014. 

  • But These Are Written … Essays on Johannine Literature in Honor of Professor Benny C. Aker. Edited by Craig S. Keener, Jeremy S. Crenshaw, and Jordan Daniel May. Eugene, Oregon: Pickwick Publications, 2014.

  • “First-Person Claims in Some Ancient Historians and Acts.” Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism10 (2014): 9-23.

  • “Luke-Acts and the Historical Jesus.” Pages 600-623 in Jesus Research: New Methodologies and Perceptions. The Second Princeton-Prague Symposium on Jesus Research. Ed. James Charlesworth with Brian Rhea and Petr Pokorny. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2014.

  • “Miracle Reports: Perspectives, Analogies, Explanations.” Pages 53-65 in  Hermeneutik der frühchristlichen Wundererzählungen: Historiche, literarische und rezeptionsästhetische Aspekte. Edited by Bernd Kollmann and Ruben Zimmermann. WUNT 339. Mohr Siebeck, 2014.

  • Spirit Hermeneutics: Reading Scripture in Light of Pentecost. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2016.

  • The Mind of the Spirit: Paul’s Approach to Transformed Thinking. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2016.

William Klein

  • The New Chosen People: A Corporate View of Election. Revised and Expanded edition. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2015.

  • “The Sermon at Nazareth (Luke 4:14-22).” In Christian Freedom: Essays in Honor of Vernon C. Grounds, ed. K. W. M. Wozniak and S. J. Grenz. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1986.

  • Ephesians: An Annotated Bibliography. New York: Garland Publishing, 1996.

  • “Evangelical Hermeneutics.” In Initiation into Theology. Ed. Adrio König. Pretoria, South Africa: J. L. Van Schaik, 1998.

  • “Exegetical Rigor with Hermeneutical Humility: The Calvinist-Arminian Debate and the New Testament.” In New Testament Greek and Exegesis. Essays in Honor of Gerald F. Hawthorne, ed. A.M. Donaldson and T.B. Sailors. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2003.

  • Introduc­tion to Biblical Interpretation, 3rd ed. Jointly written with Craig L. Blomberg and Robert L. Hubbard, Jr. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2017.

  • “Sacred Texts: Hermeneutics.” In Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics – Second Edition, 14 volumes. Editor-in-chief, Keith Brown. Amsterdam et al.: Elsevier, 2006, Vol. 10: 723-29.

  • “Ephesians.” In Expositor’s Bible Commentary. Gen. ed. T. Longman, III and D. E. Garland, Vol. 12,2nded. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2006, 19-173.

  • Become What You Are. Spiritual Formation According to the Sermon on the Mount. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity, 2006.

  • Handbook for Personal Bible Study. Colorado Springs, CO: NavPress, 2008.

  • “Authority of the Bible.” In The Oxford Encyclopedia of Biblical Interpretation, 2 Volumes. Editor in chief Steven L. McKenzie. Vol. 1, pp. 52-60. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.

Jens Kofoed

  • Text and History. Historiography and the Study of the Biblical Text. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 2004.

  •  “Fact and Fiction in the Ancient Near East: The Assyrian Royal Inscriptions, the Babylonian Chronicles, and the Books of Kings in the Hebrew Bible,” Hiphil 1 [http://www.see-j.net/hiphil] (2004).

  • “Using Linguistic Difference in Relative Text Dating: Insights from other Historical Linguistic Case Studies,” Hebrew StudiesXLVII (2006) 93-114.

  • “The Role of Faith in Historical Research – a Rejoinder,” Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament 21/2 (2007 [de facto published January 2008]) 275-298.

  •  “Saul and Cultural Memory,” Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament 25/1 (2011)124-150.

  • “Factualising the Evasion.” In Lester L. Grabbe (ed.), Enquire of the Former Age. Ancient Historiography and Writing the History of Israel (LHBOTS 554. London: T&T Clark, 2011) 164-178.

  • “The Old Testament as Cultural Memory.” In James K. Hoffmeier and Dennis R. Magary (eds.), Do Historical Matters Matter to Faith? (Wheaton: Crossway, 2012) 303-326.

  • “The Demon is in too Deep: Being Missional in a Post-Christian Society.” In Hans Aage Gravaas, Tom Erik Hamre, Erik Kjebekk og Arne Redse (red.), Videre med evangeliet. Festskrift til misjonslederen Egil Grandhagen (Trondheim: Akademika, 2012) 163-172.

  • “Send in the Clones. The Image of God in Genesis 1 and Ancient Near Eastern Temple Imagery.” In Johannes Hellberg, Rune Imberg og Torbjörn Johansson (eds.), Fri och bunden. En bok om teologisk antropologi (Göteborg: Församlingsförlaget, 2013) 11-24.

  • “Cosmic Geography in Isaiah.” In Markus Zehnder (ed.), New Studies in the Book of Isaiah: Essays in Honor of Hallvard Hagelia (Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures and its Contexts 21. Piscataway: Gorgias Press, 2014) 149-168.

  •  “Integrative Ministry from Suburban Chicago to Downtown Manhattan.” In Timothy Keller and Stefan Paas, Center Church Europe (Franeker: Uitgeverij Van Wijnen, 2014) 310-315.

  •  “The Perfect e-Storm: Repurposing Generative Learning Objects,” Hiphil Novum1.2 (2014) 54-77.

  • Til syvende og sidst – Skabelse, temple og hvile i Biblen og den gamle Orient [At the End of the Day – Creation, Temple and Rest in the Bible and the Ancient Near East]. København: Museum Tusculanum Press, 2015.

Ralph Korner

  • “The Ekklēsia of Early Christ-Followers in Asia Minor as the Eschatological New Jerusalem: Counter-Imperial Rhetoric?” Pages 455-99 in Urban Dreams and Realities in Antiquity: Remains and Representations of the Ancient City. Mnemosyne Supplements. History and Archaeology  of Classical Antiquity 375. Edited by Adam Kemezis. Leiden: Brill, 2015 .

     

  • "Ekklēsia as a Jewish Synagogue Term: Some Implications for Paul’s Socio-Religious Location." Journal of the Jesus Movement in its Jewish Setting, no. 2 (2015): 53-78

Karl Kutz

  • "Characterization in the Old Greek of Job."  In Seeking Out the Wisdom of the Ancients: Essays Offered to Michael V. Fox on the Occasion of His Sixty-Fifth Birthday. Edited by Ronald Troxel, Kelvin Friebel, and Dennis Magary.  Eisenbrauns, 2005 (pp. 345-355).

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Stratton Ladewig

  • “Ancient Witnesses on Deponency in Greek,” Filogia neotestamentaria 25 (2012): 3–20.

Justin Langford

  • Defending Hope: Semiotics and Intertextuality in 1 Peter. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2013.

Rong-Hua Lin

  • Is St. Paul a Jewish Deviant or a Reformer of Judaism?: The Clash of Jewish Identity and Christian Identity in Asia Minor. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 2009.

  • In Search of the Living Truth: The Bible Needs Interpretation (Chinese title: Huo hua sheng jing, huo chu zen li). Taipei: Olive Press, 2012.

Kenneth Litwak

  • Pages 264-271 in The World of the New Testament: Cultural, Social, and Historical Contexts. Edited by Joel B. Green and Lee M. McDonald. Grand Rapids, MI:  Baker Academic, 2013.

  • Pages 229-32 in The Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels, rev. ed.  Edited by Joel B. Green, Jeannine K. Brown, and Nicholas Perrin.  Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity, 2013.

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W. Marlowe

  • “The Sin of Shinar (Gen 11:4).” The Evangelical Journal of Theology XX:1 (2011): 29-39.

     

  • “David's I-Thou Discourse: Verbal Chiastic Patterns in Psalm 23,” Scandinavian Journal of the
    Old Testament,
    25:1 (2011): 105-15.

  • “A Spirit Chiasm in Isa 11:2-3a," Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament, 28:1 (2014), 44-57.

  • “Gen 6:1-4 as a Chiasm,” Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament 30:1 (2016): 129-44.

  • “Hell in English Bible Translations since the 1611 King James Bible,” 171-192. In The King James Bible (1611-2011) Prehistory and Afterlife, ed. Tibor Fabiny and Sara Toth. Karoli Gaspar Reformatus Egyetem. Budapest: L’Harmattan Kiado, 2016.

     

  • “The Meaning and Missional Significance of ‘Call on the Name YHWH’,” Asbury Journal 70:2 (Fall 2015): 6-27.

Jason Maston

  • Divine and Human Agency in Second Temple Judaism and Paul: A Comparative Approach. WUNT 2.297. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2010. 

  • "Anthropological Crisis and Solution in the Hodayot and 1 Corinthians 15." New Testament Studies 62.4 (2016): 533-48.

  • "How Wrong Were the Disciples about the Kingdom? Thoughts on Acts 1.6." Expository Times 126.4 (2015): 169-78.

  • "The Nature of Salvation History in Galatians." Journal for the Study of Paul and His Letters 2.2 (2012): 25–40.

Josh Mathews

  • Melchizedek’s Alternative Priestly Order: A Compositional Analysis of Genesis 14:18–20 and Its Echoes throughout the Tanak. Bulletin for Biblical Research Supplement 8. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2013.

     

Michael Matlock

  • Discovering the Traditions of Prose Prayers in Early Jewish Literature.  Library of Second Temple Studies 81. London/New York: T & T Clark, 2012.

  • “Prayer Changes Things or Things Change Prayer: Innovations of Solomon's Temple Prayer in Early Jewish Literature.” Pages 159-86 in ‘What Does the Scripture Say?’ Studies in the Function of Scripture in Early Judaism and Christianity, Volume 2: The Letters and Liturgical Traditions.Edited by Craig A. Evans and Daniel Zacharias. Library of New Testament Studies, 470; Studies in Scripture in Early Judaism and Christianity, 18; London/New York: T & T Clark, 2012.

Russell Meek

  • “Wisdom Literature and the ‘Center’ of the Old Testament.” Criswell Theological Review11 (2014): 63–78.

  • “The Abishag Episode: Re-examining the Role of Virility in 1 Kings 1:1–4 in Light of the Kirtu Cycle and the Sumerian Folktale of the Old Man and the Young Woman.” Bulletin for Biblical Research 24 (2014): 1–15.

  • “On the Development of Historical Criticism.” Midwestern Journal of Theology 13 (2014): 130–46.

  • “Amos and Ecclesiastes: Toward Developing a Theological Response to Oppression.” Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology 31 (2013): 61–74.

  • Co-author with N. Blake Hearson. “Violent Christian Texts: A Response to Khalil Meek.” Midwestern Journal of Theology 11 (2012): 34–46.

  • “Hans-Georg Gadamer: His Philosophical Hermeneutics and Its Importance for Evangelical Biblical Hermeneutics.” Eleutheria1 (2011): 97–106.

  • “The Meaning of Hebel in Ecclesiastes: An Intertextual Suggestion.” Pages 241–56 in The Words of the Wise are Like Goads: Engaging Qohelet in the 21st Century. Edited by Mark Boda, Tremper Longman III, and Crisitan Rata. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2013.

  • Co-author with William Bechtold. “Fair Trade: What Would Jesus Eat, Drink, and Wear.” Pages 20–34 in Coffee Shop Conversations: Evangelical Perspectives on Current Issues. Edited by Russell L. Meek and N. Blake Hearson. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2013.

  • Ecclesiastes: A Participatory Study Guide. Gonzalez, FL: Energion Publications, 2013.

  • Co-editor with N. Blake Hearson. Coffee Shop Conversations: Evangelical Perspectives on Current Issues. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2013.

J. Richard Middleton

  • A New Heaven and a New Earth: Reclaiming Biblical Eschatology. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2014.

  • The Liberating Image: The Imago Dei in Genesis 1. Grand Rapids: Brazos, 2005.

  • Truth Is Stranger Than It Used to Be: Biblical Faith in a Postmodern Age. Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 1995. Co-authored with Brian Walsh.

  • The Transforming Vision: Shaping a Christian World View. Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 1984. Co-authored with Brian Walsh.

Michael Morrison

  • Sabbath, Circumcision, and Tithing: Which Old Testament Laws Apply to Christians? Writers Club, 2002; CreateSpace, 2014

  • Who Needs a New Covenant?: Rhetorical Function of the Covenant Motif in the Argument of Hebrews. Princeton Theological Monograph Series 85. Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2008

  • Christians and Old Testament Laws. Co-author. CreateSpace, 2015.

  • Exploring the Word of God: The Letters of Paul. CreateSpace, 2014, 2016.

  • Trinitarian Conversations, Volume 1: Interviews With Twelve Theologians. Editor. CreateSpace, 2014, 2016.

  • Trinitarian Conversations, Volume 2: Interviews With More Theologians. Editor. CreateSpace, 2016.

Elizabeth Myers

  • “Probability of Intertextual Borrowing.” Pages 254–72 in Exploring Intertextuality: Diverse Strategies for New Testament Interpretation of Texts. Edited by B. J. Oropeza and Steve Moyise. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2016.

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Benjamin Noonan

  • “Zion’s Foundation: The Meaning of בֹּחַן in Isaiah 28,16,” Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 125 (2013): 314-319

  • “There and Back Again: ‘Tin’ or ‘Lead’ in Amos 7:7-9?” Vetus Testamentum 63 (2013): 299-307

  • "Hide or Hue? Defining Hebrew תַּחַשׁ," Biblica 93 (2012): 580-589

  • “Did Nehemiah Own Tyrian Goods? Trade between Judea and Phoenicia during the Achaemenid Period,” Journal of Biblical Literature 130 (2011): 281-298

  • "Abraham, Blessing, and the Nations: A Reexamination of the Niphal and Hitpael of ברךin the Patriarchal Narratives,” Hebrew Studies 51 (2010): 73-93

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B. J. Oropeza

  • Exploring Intertextuality: Diverse Strategies for the New Testament Interpretation of Texts. B. J. Oropeza and Steve Moyise eds. Eugene: Cascade, 2016.

  • Exploring Second Corinthians: Death and Life, Hardship and Rivalry.Socio-Rhetorical Exploration Commentary.Rhetoric of Religious Antiquity 3. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2016.

  • 1 Corinthians. New Covenant Commentary series. Eugene: Cascade, 2017.

  • Churches under Siege of Persecution and Assimilation: Apostasy in the New Testament Communities. Volume 3: The General Epistles and Revelation.Eugene: Cascade Books, 2012.

  • Jews, Gentiles, and the Opponents of Paul: Apostasy in the New Testament Communities. Volume 2: The Pauline Letters.Eugene: Cascade Books, 2012.

  • In the Footsteps of Judas and Other Defectors: Apostasy in the New Testament Communities. Volume 1: Gospels, Acts, and Johannine Letters. Eugene: Cascade Books, 2011.

  • Jesus and Paul: Global Perspectives in Honor of James D. G. Dunn, A Festschrift for His 70th Birthday (with C. K. Robertson and Douglas C. Mohrmann). Forewords by N. T. Wright and Richard B. Hays. Library of New Testament Studies 414. London: T. & T. Clark, 2009.

  • “The Expectation of Grace: Paul on Benefaction and the Corinthians’ Ingratitude (2 Cor 6:1).” Bulletin for Biblical Research 24.2 (2014): 61–80

  •  “Intertextuality. Volume 1, pages 453–63 in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Biblical Interpretation. Steven L. McKenzie, editor-in-chief. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013

  • Paul and Apostasy: Eschatology, Perseverance, and Falling Away in the Corinthian Congregation. Tübingen: J. C. B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck), Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament; 2/115. Tübingen, Germany: Mohr-Siebeck, 2000 (Reprint: Eugene: Wipf & Stock, 2007).

  • “The Warning Passages in Hebrews: Revised Theologies and New Methods of Interpretation.” Currents in Biblical Research 10 (2011): 1–21.

  • “Judas’ Death and Final Destiny in the Gospels and Earliest Christian Writings.” Neotestamentica 44(2) (2010): 342–62.

  • “Paul and Theodicy: Intertextual Thoughts on God’s Justice and Faithfulness to Israel in Romans 9–11.” New Testament Studies 53 (2007): 57–80.

  •  “Laying to Rest the Midrash: Paul's Message on Meat Sacrificed to Idols in Light of the Deuteronomic Tradition.” Biblica 79 (1998), 57-68

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Terence Paige

  • “Repentance.”  Global Wesleyan Dictionary of Theology, ed. Al Truesdale.  Kansas City: Beacon Hill Press, 2013

  • “Resurrection.” Pp 465-7 in the Global Wesleyan Dictionary of Theology, ed. Al Truesdale Kansas City: Beacon Hill Press, 2013.

  • “Second Coming.” Pp 489-91 in the Global Wesleyan Dictionary of Theology, ed. Al Truesdale.  Kansas City: Beacon Hill Press, 2013.

Sung Jin Park

    • "'Pointing to the Accents in the Scroll': The Functional Development of the Masoretic Accents in the Hebrew Bible", Hebrew Studies 55 (2014): 73-88.

    • "The Text and Translations of Job: A Comparative Study on 11QtgJob with Other Versions According to Translation Techniques", Journal for the Evangelical Study of the Old Testament 2/2 (2013): 165-190.

    • "Application of the Tiberian Accentuation System for Colometry of Biblical Hebrew Poetry", Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 39/2 (2013): 113-128.

    • "A New Historical Reconstruction of the Fall of Samaria", Biblica 93/1 (2012): 98-106.

    • "The Cultic Identity of Asherah in Deuteronomistic Ideology of Israel", Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentlich Wissenschaft 123/4 (2011): 553-564.

    • "Short Notes on the Etymology of Asherah", Ugarit Forschungen 42 (2010): 527-534.

John Peckham

  • Canonical Theology: The Biblical Canon, Sola Scriptura, and Theological Method. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2016.

  • The Love of God: A Canonical Model. Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2015.

  • The Concept of Divine Love in the Context of the God-World Relationship. Studies in Biblical Literature 159. New York: Peter Lang, 2014.

  • "We Must Obey God Rather than Men: Jan Hus on the Authority of Scripture in Relation to Church and Conscience." Andrews University Seminary Studies, 54/1 (2016): 71-102

  • “Theopathic or Anthropopathic? A Suggested Approach to Imagery of Divine Emotion in the Hebrew Bible.” Perspectives in Religious Studies, 42/4 (2015): 341-355.

  • Sola Scriptura: Reductio ad absurdum?” Trinity Journal, 35NS (Fall 2014): 195-223.

  • “Does God Always Get What He Wants? A Theocentric Approach to Divine Providence and Human Freedom.” Andrews University Seminary Studies, 52/2 (2014): 195-212.

  • “Providence and God’s Unfulfilled Desires.” Philosophia Christi, 15/2 (2013): 453-62.

  • “The Analogy of Scripture Revisited: A Final Form Canonical Approach to Systematic Theology.” Mid-America Journal of Theology, 22 (2011): 41-53.

  • “Intrinsic Canonicity and the Inadequacy of the Community Approach to Canon Determination.” Themelios, 36/2 (2011): 203-215.

  • “The Canon and Biblical Authority: A Critical Comparison of Two Models of Canonicity.” Trinity Journal, 28NS/2 (Fall 2007): 229-249.

  • “The Passible Potter and the Contingent Clay: A Theological Study of Jeremiah 18:1-10.” Journal of the Adventist Theological Society, 18/1 (Spring 2007): 130–150.

Nicholas Piotrowski

  • "'I Will Save My People from Their Sins': The Influence of Ezekiel 36:28b-29a; 37:23b on Matthew 1:21", Tyndale Bulletin 64.1 (2013): 33-54.

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Torrey Seland

  • 'Religious Offenses,'  in The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Law.  Edited by Brent A. Strawn Vol 2 Mag-Wom Oxford; Oxford UNiversity Press, 2015, pp. 213-219.

  • ‘Philo of Alexandria: An Introduction,’ in T. Seland, ed., Reading Philo. A Handbook to Philo of Alexandria (Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 2014): 3-16.

  • ‘Philo as a Citizen: Homo Politicus,’   in T. Seland ed., Reading Philo. A Handbook to Philo of Alexandria (Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 2014): 47-74.

  • ‘Why Study Philo? How?,’ in T. Seland ed., Reading Philo. A Handbook to Philo of Alexandria (Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 2014): 157-179.

  • 'Critical Issues in the Quest for the First Readers of 1 Peter,' in Ed. by du Toit, David, in collab. with Jantsch, Torsten,  Bedrängnis und Identität. Studien zu Situation, Kommunikation und Theologie des 1. Petrusbriefes. (Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft 200). Berlin; de Gruyter, 2013, s. 43-58

  • 'Philo and the New Testament,' in Joel B. Green & Lee Martin McDonald, eds., The World of the New Testament. Cultural, Social and Historical Contexts (Baker Academic, Grand Rapids, MI., USA, 2013), pp. 405-412.

  • ’Colony’ and ’metropolis’ in Philo. Examples of Mimicry and Hybridity in Philo’s writing back from the Empire?,’ i Études Platoniciennes VII Philon d’Alexandrie. Les Belles Lettres Vol VII, 2010, s. 13-36.

Jim Sibley

  • "Has the Church Put Israel on the Shelf? The Evidence from Romans 11:15," JETS 58/3 (2015), 571-81.

  • "Israel and the Gospel of Peter, Paul, and Abraham," Bibliotheca Sacra 173 (January-March 2016), 18-31.

  • "You Talkin' to Me? 1 Peter 2:4-10 and a Theology of Israel," Southwestern Journal of Theology, forthcoming.

     

David Sloan

Brian Small

  • The Characterization of Jesus in the Book of Hebrews. Leiden: Brill, 2014.

  • "The Use of Rhetorical Topoi in the Characterization of Jesus in the Book of Hebrews." Perspectives in Religious Studies 37.1 (Spring 2010): 51–67.

Daniel Smith

  • The Rhetoric of Interruption: Speech-Making, Turn-Taking, and Rule-Breaking in Luke-Acts and Ancient Greek Narrative. BZNW 193. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2012.

Gary Smith

  • "The Influence of Deuteronomy on the Intercessory Prayers in Ezra and Nehemiah," For Our Good Always: Essays on the Message and Influence of Deuteronomy in Honor of Daniel I. Block, eds J.S. DeRouchie, J. Giles, K.J. Turner (Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 2013), 345-364.

John Stark

  • "Deuteronomy as an Intra-canonical Lens for Appropriating Sinaitic Revelation as Christian Scripture," ΠΝΕΥΜΑΤΙΚΑ 2, no. 1 (2014): 61–82.

  • Sacred Texts and Paradigmatic Revolutions: The Hermeneutical Worlds of the Qumran Sectarian Manuscripts and the Letter to the Romans. Edited by James H. Charlesworth. Jewish and Christian Texts in Contexts and Related Studies 16. New York: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2013.

  • "Reading in Biblical Studies: Thomas Kuhn’s Significance for Contextualizing the Discipline." Journal of Faith and the Academy 5, no. 1 (2012): 40–54.

  • "Rewriting Prophets in the Corinthian Correspondence: A Window on Paul’s Hermeneutic," Bulletin for Biblical Research 22, no. 2 (2012): 225–49.

  • "Semitisms in the New Testament" and "New Testament," in The Lexham Bible Dictionary. Edited by John D. Barry and Lazarus Wentz. Bellingham, Wash.: Logos Bible Software, 2012.

  • "What Happens to Israel?: The Question of Individual and Corporate Election and the Theodicy of Romans 9–11," Testamentum Imperium 2 (2009): 1–25.

Alexander Coe Stewart

  • “Heaven Has No Sorrow That Earth Cannot Feel: The Ethics of Empathy and Ecological Suffering in the Old Testament.” Canadian Theological Review 4, no. 2 (2015): 19–34.
  • Co-Chair (with Alexander W. Breitkopf) of IBR Research Group: “Ecological Ethics and Biblical Studies” (2016–2018): https://www.ibr-bbr.org/ecological-ethics-and-biblical-studies-0

Beth Stovell

  • Mapping Metaphorical Discourse in the Fourth Gospel: John’s Eternal King. Linguistic Biblical Studies 5. Leiden: Brill, 2012.

  • Biblical Hermeneutics: Five Views. Co-edited with Stanley E. Porter. Grand Rapids: InterVarsity Press, 2012.

  • “Rivers, Springs, and Wells of Living Water: Metaphorical Transformation in the Johannine Corpus.” In The New Testament in its Hellenistic Context. Volume 2: Christian Origins and Hellenistic Judaism: Social and Literary Contexts for the New Testament. Edited by Stanley E. Porter and Andrew W. Pitts, 461-91. Texts and Editions for New Testament Study 10; Boston: Brill, 2012.

  • “Seeing the Kingdom of God, Seeing Eternal Life: Comparing Cohesion and Prominence in John 3 and the Apocryphal Gospels in Terms of Metaphor Use.” In The Language of the New Testament: Context, History and Development. Edited by Stanley E. Porter and Andrew W. Pitts, 439-467. Linguistic Biblical Studies 6; Boston: Brill, 2013.

     
  • “A Mother’s Perspective on the ‘Born Again’ Theme and the Birthing Metaphor [in John 3]” and "A Goth Reading of Revelation 19-21.” In Global Perspectives on the Bible. Edited by Mark Roncace and Joseph Weaver, 278-79 and 342-343. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2013. 

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Chi Chiu Tam

Glen Thompson

  • The Correspondence of Julius I. Library of Early Christianity 3. Washington, D.C: The Catholic University of America Press, 2015.
     
  • “The Pax Constantiniana and the Roman Episcopate.” In The Bishop of Rome in Late Antiquity, edited by Geoffrey D. Dunn.  Burlington VT: Ashgate, 2015; pp. 17–36.
     
  • “Bauer’s Early Christian Rome and the Development of ‘Orthodoxy.’” In Orthodoxy and Heresy in Early Christian Contexts, edited by Paul Hartog. Eugene  OR: Pickwick Books, 2015; pp. 213–34.
     
  •  “What We Have Here Is a Failure to Communicate: Paul and Barnabas at Lystra— Seen from Wauwatosa.” In Heritage and Hope: Essays in Honor of the 150th Anniversary of Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary, edited by Cherney, Kenneth A.. Milwaukee  WI: Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary Press, 2013; pp. 105-134.
     
  • “How the Jingjiao Became Nestorian.” In From the Oxus River to the Chinese Shores: Studies on East Syriac Christianity in China and Central Asia, edited by Dietmar Winkler and Li Tang. Wien: LIT Verlag, 2013; pp. 417–39.
     
  • “Evangelicals and the Quest for the Historical Church: A Lutheran Response.” In The  Contemporary Church and the Early Church: Case Studies in Ressourcement, edited by Paul Hartog. Evangelical Theological Society Monograph Series. Eugene  OR: Wipf & Stock, 2010; pp. 180–200.
     

Dillon Thornton

  • “Sin Seizing an Opportunity through the Commandments: The Law in 1 Tim 1:8-11 and Rom 6-8.” Horizons in Biblical Theology 36.2 (2014): 142-158.

Daniel Timmer

  • “Nahum’s Representation of and Response to Neo-Assyria: Imperialism as a Multifaceted Point of Contact in Nahum,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 24.3 (2014): 349-62

  • “The Use and Abuse of Power in Amos: Identity and Ideology,” Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 39.1 (2014): 101-118

  • “Introducing Interpretation of Historiographic Texts,” Teaching Theology & Religion 17/2 (2014): 140

  • “Is Monotheism Particularly Prone to Violence? An Historical Critique,” Journal of Religion & Society 15 (2013) (online) 1-15.

  • Jonah’s Theology of the Nations: The Interface of Religious and Ethnic Identity,” Revue biblique 120 (2013): 13-23.

  • “Boundaries without Judah, Boundaries within Judah: Hybridity and Identity in Nahum,” Horizons in Biblical Theology 34 (2012): 173-89

  • “God’s Mission in the 21st Century: Reflections on Theology and Practice,” La Revue FAREL 5 (2010): 14-22

  • “Variegated Nomism Indeed: Multiphase Eschatology and Soteriology in the Qumranite Community Rule (1QS) and the New Perspective on Paul,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 52 (2009): 341-56.

  • “The Intertextual Jonah face à l’empire: The Post-colonial Significance of the Book’s Cotexts and Purported Neo-Assyrian Context,” Journal of Hebrew Scriptures 9 (2009): 1-22 (article no. 9).

  • “Character Formed in the Crucible: The Ethical Significance of ‘Reverence for YHWH’ in Job,” Journal of Theological Interpretation 3.1 (2009): 1-16.

  • “God’s Speeches, Job’s Responses, and the Problem of Coherence in the Book of Job: Sapiential Pedagogy Revisited,” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 71 (2009): 286-305.

  • “Ugaritic Ritual in Epic, Cult, and the Everyday: Paradigms for the Interpenetration of History and Religion in Second-millennium Canaanite Culture,” Revue d’Études des Civilisations Anciennes du Proche-Orient 14 (2008-2009): 17-26.

  • “Sectarianism and Soteriology. The Priestly Blessing (Numbers 6,24-26) in the Qumranite Community Rule (1QS),” Biblica 89 (2008): 389-96.

  • “Sinai ‘Revisited’ Again: Further Reflections on Qumran’s Appropriation of Exodus 19-Numbers 10 in 1QS,” Revue Biblique 115 (2008): 481-98.

  • “God, Humanity, and Divine Suffering: Biblical Theology and God’s Relation to the World in Genesis 1-3,” La Revue FAREL 3 (2008): 38-54.

  • “Jonah and Mission: Missiological Dichotomy, Biblical Theology, and the Via Tertia,” Westminster Theological Journal 70 (2008): 159-75.

  • “Small Lexemes, Large Semantics: Prepositions and Theology in the Golden Calf Episode (Exodus 32-34),” Biblica 88 (2007:) 92-99.

  • Creation, Tabernacle, and Sabbath: The Sabbath Frame of Exodus 31:12-17; 35:1-3 in Exegetical and Theological Perspective. FRLANT 227. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2009.

  • A Compassionate and Gracious God”: Mission, salvation, and spirituality in Jonah. New Studies in Biblical Theology 26. Leicester: Apollos, 2011.

Lois Tverberg

  • Reading the Bible with Rabbi Jesus: How a Jewish Perspective Can Transform Your Understanding, Grand Rapids: Baker, 2018.

  • Walking in the Dust of Rabbi Jesus: How the Jewish Words of Jesus Can Change Your Life, Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2012.

  • Listening to the Language of the Bible: Hearing it Through Jesus' Ears, Holland, MI: En-Gedi Resource Center, 2004

  • Sitting at the Feet of Rabbi Jesus: How the Jewishness of Jesus Can Transform Your Faith, Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2009.

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Carsten Vang

  • "Deuteronomy and the Notion of Exile". Pp 23-40 in Siegbert Riecker & Julius Steinberg (eds.), Das
    Heilige Herz der Torah. Festschrift für Hendrik Koorevaar zu seinem 65.
    Geburtstag. Theologische Studien. Aachen: Shaker Verlag 2011
  • "Ps 2,11-12 - A New Look at an Old Crux Interpretum," Scandinavian Journal of Old Testament 9:2 (1995): 163-184
  • "'Der HERR ist einer!' Von der Einheit und der Verschiedenheit in der Theologie des Alten
    Testaments," Europaean Journal of Theology 4 (1995): 145-159
  • "God's Love According to Hosea and Deuteronomy: A Prophetic Reworking of a
    Deuteronomic Concept?," Tyndale Bulletin 62.2 (2011): 173-194
  • "Israel in the Iron-Smelting Furnace? Towards a New Understanding of the כּוּר הַבַּרְזֶל in Deut 4:20," HIPHIL Novum 1/1 (2014): 25-34. Online: http://hiphil.org/index.php/hiphil/article/view/49

  • "The So-called 'Ur-Deuteronomium' – Some Reflections on Its Content, Size and Age," SEE-J Hiphil 6 (2009). Online: http://hiphil.org/index.php/hiphil/article/view/42/42

Gerhard Visscher

  • Romans 4 and the New Perspective on Paul: Faith Embraces the Promise.  Volume 122 in Studies in Biblical Literature, edited by Hemchand Gossai. (Peter Lang, 2009.  Ph. D. dissertation under the supervision of Stephen Westerholm, McMaster University 

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Brandon Walker

  • Turnhout: Brepols, 2015.

  • in Transformation: an International Journal of Holistic Mission Studies, 2015

  • in Reactions to Empire: Sacred Texts in their Socio-Political Contexts, Tübingen, Mohr Siebeck, June, 2014.

  • Anaphora: The Journal of the Society for Liturgical Studies, 8.1 (2014): 13–30.

Robert Wall

  • Robert W. Wall is currently the Paul T. Walls Professor of Scripture and Wesleyan Studies at Seattle Pacific University and Seminary (Seattle, WA, USA). Besides holding membership in IBR, he holds memberships in the Society of Biblical Literature (SBL), where for many years he chaired the section on "Hebrews and the General Epistles," the Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas (SNTS), where he co-chaired (with K-W Niebuhr) the seminar on "Catholic Epistles and the Apostolic Tradition," the Society of Pentecostal Studies (SPS), and the Wesleyan Theological Society (WTS), serving as the Society's President in 2010-11. Rob is an ordained Elder of the Free Methodist Church. For list of publications, see http://spu.edu/academics/school-of-theology/undergraduate-programs/undergraduate-faculty-staff/wall-rob.

Steve Walton

  • ‘Ascension of Jesus’, ‘Jerusalem’ in Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels, ed. Joel B. Green, Jeannine K. Brown & Nicholas Perrin (2nd edn; Downers Grove, IL/Nottingham: IVP, 2013) 59-61, 408-14.

  • ‘What is Progress in New Testament Studies?’ in Expository Times 124.5 (Feb 2013) 209-26.

  • ‘What Does “Mission” in Acts in Mean in Relation to the “Powers That Be”?’ in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 55/3 (Oct 2012) 537-56.

  • ‘Whose Spirit? The Promise and the Promiser in Luke 12:12’ and ‘Max Turner’ in The Spirit and Christ in the New Testament and Christian Theology: Essays in Honour of Max Turner, ed. I. Howard Marshall, Cornelis Bennema & Volker Rabens (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2012) 35-51, xvi-xx.

  • ‘How Mighty a Minority Were the Hellenists?’ in Earliest Christianity: History, Literature, and Theology. Essays from the Tyndale Fellowship in Honour of Martin Hengel, ed. Michael F. Bird & Jason Maston (WUNT; Tübingen, Mohr Siebeck, 2012) 197-217.

  • Reading Acts Today: Essays in Honour of Loveday Alexander, ed. Steve Walton, Thomas E. Phillips, Lloyd K. Pietersen & F. Scott Spencer (Library of NT Studies 427; London; T. & T. Clark, 2011).

  • [with David Wenham] Exploring the New Testament, vol. 1: The Gospels and Acts (London: SPCK/Downers Grove, IL: IVP, 2001; second [revised and updated] edition, 2011).

  • Leadership and Lifestyle: The Portrait of Paul in the Miletus Speech and 1 Thessalonians (SNTS Monograph Series 108; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000.

  • A Call to Live: Vocation for Everyone (London: Triangle, 1994/

Kenneth Way

  • Judges and Ruth. Teach the Text Commentary Series. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2016. 

Aaron White

  • "Pauline Rhetoric Revisited: On the Meaning of κολλώμενος in the Context of 1 Cor 6,12-20”
    Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses (ETL), 90.4, Dec., 2014

Brian Wright

  • Tyndale Bulletin 67.1 (2016): 145–160

    https://www.academia.edu/18281056/_Ancient_Romes_Daily_News_Publication_With_Some_Likely_Implications_For_Early_Christian_Studies_TynBull_67.1_2016_145-160

  • Trinity Journal 36 (2015): 161–189

    https://www.academia.edu/13211795/_Ancient_Literacy_in_New_Testament_Research_Incorporating_a_Few_More_Lines_of_Enquiry_TrinJ_36_2015_161-189

  • Journal of Theological Studies 62.2 (2011): 494–512

    https://www.academia.edu/862541/_From_God_%CE%B8%CE%B5%CF%8C%CF%82_to_God_Noute_A_New_Discussion_and_Proposal_Regarding_John_1.1_and_the_Sahidic_Coptic_Version_of_the_NT_JTS_62.2_2011_494_512

  • Catholic Biblical Quarterly 74.1 (2012): 84–100

    https://www.academia.edu/862536/_Greek_Syntax_as_a_Criterion_of_Authenticity_A_New_Discussion_and_Proposal_CBQ_74.1_2012_84-100

  • Revisiting the Corruption of the NT: Manuscript, Patristic and Apocryphal Evidence (ed. Daniel B. Wallace; Grand Rapids, MI; Kregel Academic, 2011): 229–266

    https://www.academia.edu/861609/_Jesus_as_%CE%98%CE%95%CE%9F%CE%A3_A_Textual_Examination_in_Revisiting_the_Corruption_of_the_New_Testament_Manuscript_Patristic_and_Apocryphal_Evidence_Text_and_Canon_of_the_New_Testament_