New Testament Studies 58, no. 3

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The latest issue of New Testament Studies includes:

  • Luc Devillers, “Le prologue du quatrième évangile, clé de voûte de la littérature johannique”
  • Jeffrey A. D. Weima, ” ‘Peace and Security’ (1 Thess 5.3): Prophetic Warning or Political Propaganda?”
  • Julien M. Ogereau, “The Jerusalem Collection as Κοινωνία: Paul’s Global Politics of Socio-Economic Equality and Solidarity”
  • Michael W. Martin and Jason A. Whitlark, “Choosing What Is Advantageous: The Relationship between Epideictic and Deliberative Syncrisis in Hebrews”
  • Philip Maertens, ” ‘Vos pères’ ou ‘nos pères’: la question de l’appartenance ethnique dans le texte grec du livre des Actes du Codex Bezae (D 05)”
  • Lukas Bormann, ” ‘Auch unter politischen Gesichtspunkten sehr sorgfältig ausgewählt’: Die ersten deutschen Mitglieder der Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas”
  • Tjitze Baarda, ” ‘And they thought that the time of his decease…had come’ [TA XXIV:5–6]”

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