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 […]
On the web: Nijay Gupta provides the table of contents for the latest issue of the Journal for the Study of Paul and His Letters. Robert Woods reflects on significance and dissonance in Great Books. Abram K-J discusses the Göttingen Septuagint (1, 2, HT: Tommy Wasserman).
In addition to John Barclay’s tribute to Friedrich Avemarie, the latest issue of New Testament Studies includes: Kelly R. Iverson, “Incongruity, Humor, and Mark: Performance and the Use of Laughter in the Second Gospel (Mark 8.14–21)” Izaak J. de Hulster, “The Two Angels in John 20.12: An Egyptian Icon of Resurrection” Isaac W. Oliver, “Simon […]
Dan Wallace digests the SBL meeting discussion of the recently announced Romans fragment in the Green collection.
The folks at Zondervan sponsored this year’s Institute for Biblical Research meeting reception. In addition to the deserts there, they very kindly provided attending members with a copy of the recent (2012) Counterpoints volume on Paul, edited by Michael Bird. According to the publisher’s description: The apostle Paul was a vital force in the development […]
Ben Dunson and I were at Westminster together for a bit before his Durham days, and it’s wonderful to see that this volume is now available. For those who want to take a look at the original thesis, Durham has it archived here.