The latest issue of Currents in Biblical Research includes:
- Geoffrey D. Miller, “Intertextuality in Old Testament Research,” 283–309
- Paul Foster, “The Gospel of Peter: Directions and Issues in Contemporary Research,” 310–38
- Mark Batluck, “Religious Experience in New Testament Research,” 339–63
- Daniel Johansson, “The Identity of Jesus in the Gospel of Mark: Past and Present Proposals,” 364–93
- C.D. Elledge, “Future Resurrection of the Dead in Early Judaism: Social Dynamics, Contested Evidence,” 394–421
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