New Testament Studies 59, no. 4

New Testament Studies

The latest issue of New Testament Studies includes:

  • Helen K. Bond, “Dating the Death of Jesus: Memory and the Religious Imagination”
  • John K. Goodrich, “Sold under Sin: Echoes of Exile in Romans 7.14–25”
  • Timothy A. Brookins, “The (In)frequency of the Name ‘Erastus’ in Antiquity: A Literary, Papyrological, and Epigraphical Catalog”
  • Daniel Frayer-Griggs, “Neither Proof Text nor Proverb: The Instrumental Sense of διά and the Soteriological Function of Fire in 1 Corinthians 3.15”
  • Jonathan A. Linebaugh, “The Christo-Centrism of Faith in Christ: Martin Luther’s Reading of Galatians 2.16, 19–20”
  • Thomas J. Kraus, “Hapax legomena: Definition eines terminus technicus und Signifikanz für eine pragmatisch orientierte Sprachanalyse”
  • Karen L. King, “The Place of the Gospel of Philip in the Context of Early Christian Claims about Jesus’ Marital Status”
  • Emily Gathergood, “Papyrus 32 (Titus) as a Multi-text Codex: A New Reconstruction”

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