New Testament Studies 59, no. 3

New Testament Studies
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The latest issue of New Testament Studies includes:

  • Joel Marcus, “Passover and Last Supper Revisited”
  • Klaus B. Haacker, “Der Geist und das Reich im Lukanischen Werk: Konkurrenz oder Konvergenz zwischen Pneumatologie und Eschatologie?”
  • Anthony Le Donne, “The Improper Temple Offering of Ananias and Sapphira”
  • Richard Last, “The Election of Officers in the Corinthian Christ-Group”
  • Joel R. White, “‘Peace and Security’ (1 Thessalonians 5.3): Is It Really a Roman Slogan?”
  • Thomas R. Blanton, “The Benefactor’s Account-book: The Rhetoric of Gift Reciprocation according to Seneca and Paul”
  • David J. Downs, “Justification, Good Works, and Creation in Clement of Rome’s Appropriation of Romans 5–6”
  • James A. Kelhoffer, “Reciprocity as Salvation: Christ as Salvific Patron and the Corresponding ‘Payback’ Expected of Christ’s Earthly Clients according to the Second Letter of Clement”
  • Benjamin R. Wilson, “Taking up and Raising, Fixing and Loosing: A Chiastic Wordplay in Acts 2.23b–24”

Journal of Biblical Literature 131, no. 2

The Journal of Biblical Literature 131, no. 2 includes:

  • Morten H. Jensen, “Climate, Droughts, Wars, and Famines in Galilee as a Background for Understanding the Historical Jesus”
  • James M. Trotter, “Death of the אלהים in Psalm 82”
  • Molly M. Zahn, “Genre and Rewritten Scripture: A Reassessment”
  • Michael M. Winter, “Interlopers Reunited: The Early Translators of Ben Sira”
  • Joel Marcus, “Israel and the Church in the Exegetical Writings of Hippolytus”
  • Dustin W. Ellington, “Not Applicable to Believers? The Aims and Basis of Paul’s ‘I’ in 2 Corinthians 10–13”
  • Kyle Harper, “Porneia: The Making of a Christian Sexual Norm”
  • Konrad Schmid, “The Canon and the Cult: The Emergence of Book Religion in Ancient Israel and the Gradual Sublimation of the Temple Cult”
  • David Janzen, “The Condemnation of David’s ‘Taking’ in 2 Samuel 12:1–14”
  • Victor Rhee, “The Role of Chiasm for Understanding Christology in Hebrews 1:1–14”
  • Arie Shifman, “‘A Scent’ of the Spirit: Exegesis of an Enigmatic Verse (Isaiah 11:3)”