Biblical Theology Bulletin 42, no. 1

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The latest issue of the Biblical Theology Bulletin includes:

  • David M. Bossman, “Presenting the Issue: Canonical Undercurrents”
  • Joel Edmund Anderson, “Yhwh’s Surprising Covenant Hesed in Jonah”
  • Carey Walsh, “Theological Trace in Qoheleth”
  • Victor H. Matthews, “Making Your Point: The Use of Gestures in Ancient Israel”
  • Tim Hegedus, “Midrash and Papias of Hierapolis”

Biblical Theology Bulletin 41.4

The latest issue of the Biblical Theology Bulletin includes:

  • David M. Bossman, “Presenting the Issue: What Becomes a Memory?”
  • Joel Edmund Anderson, “Jonah’s Peculiar Re-Creation”
  • Ritva Williams, “BTB Readers’ Guide: Social Memory”
  • Ernest van Eck, “Social Memory and Identity: Luke 19:12b—24 and 27”
  • S. Brian Pounds, “Romans 4:1—8 as a Test Case for the New Perspective on Paul”

Biblical Theology Bulletin 41.3

The latest issue of the Biblical Theology Bulletin includes:

  • Gary Stansell, “David and His Friends: Social-Scientific Perspectives on the David-Jonathan Friendship,” 115–31
  • Santiago Guijarro and Ana Rodríguez, “The ‘Messianic’ Anointing of Jesus (Mark 14:3–9),” 132–43
  • Melanie Baffes, “Christology and Discipleship in John 7:37–38,” 144–50
  • Pieter F. Craffert, “Shamanism and the Shamanic Complex,” 151–61

Among this issue’s book reviews is also my review of Mark Given, ed., Paul Unbound: Other Perspectives on the Apostle (166–67).