Research

A running list of publications, with links to full text where possible.

I. Books

Paul and the Early Jewish Encounter with Deuteronomy. Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament II/284. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2010. Reprinted: Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2013.

Reviews: S. E. Docherty, JSNT 33.5: 90; J. M. Lieu, JSOT 35.5: 188; T. M. Law, JJS 62: 376-78; M. Tiwald, TLZ 136: 520-22; I. Gorman, TBR 2010.2: 16; M. Harmon, Them 36.1; NTA 55: 175; N. Gupta, RSR 37.4: 283; J. W. Jipp, BBR 21: 567-69; S. Paganini, SNTU 36: 242-44; OTA 34: 630.

Edited with Markus Bockmuehl. Graham Stanton, Studies in Matthew and Early Christianity. Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament 309. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2013.

Edited with Christof Landmesser and Martin Bauspieß. Ferdinand Christian Baur und die Geschichte des Urchristentums. Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck (projected publication date 2014).

With Martin Bauspieß and Lucas Ogden. A translation of F. C. Baur’s 140 pp. 1831 essay, “Die Christuspartei in der korinthischen Gemeinde…” with an introduction to Baur by E. Käsemann and a translators’ introduction for a monograph in SBL’s History of Biblical Studies Series (in progress, projected publication date, 2014).

II. Journal Articles and Essays in Multi-Authored Volumes

“F. C. Baur and the Theological Task of New Testament Einleitung.” In preparation. To appear in Ferdinand Christian Baur und die Geschichte des Urchristentums (as above).

“Citations in the New Testament.” In The Oxford Handbook of the Septuagint. Edited by T. M. Law and Alison Salvesen. Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming).

“Aeschylus in Philo, Anim. 47 and QE 2.6.” Studia Philonica Annual 25 (2013): 65-68.

“An Index to Philo’s Non-Biblical Citations and Allusions.” Studia Philonica Annual 25 (2013): 139-68.

Ferdinand Christian Baur and Biblical Theology.” Annali di Storia dell’Esegesi 30/1 (2013): 79-92.

“Elijah in Romans 11 and Justin’s Dialogue with Trypho.” In Elijah: A Prophet for All Times. Proceedings of the Leiden – Oxford – Bonn Colloquium on Biblical Studies, January 11-13, 2012 at Leiden University. Edited by J. Zangenberg and J. Tromp-Magliano. Leiden: Brill (forthcoming in 2013). [Pre-publication version]

With Christopher Ansberry, Casey Strine, and Edward Klink III, “Pseudepigraphy and the Canon.” Pages 125-57 in Evangelical Faith and the Challenge of Historical Criticism. Edited by Christopher M. Hays and Christopher B. Ansberry. London: SPCK, 2013.

Philo and the Physiognomic TraditionJournal for the Study of Judaism 44.1 (2013): 57-86.

“Genesis in Paul.” Pages 99-116 in Genesis in the New Testament. The New Testament and the Scriptures of Israel. Edited by S. Moyise and M. Menken. London: T&T Clark, 2012. [Pre-publication version]

“F. C. Baur’s Place in the Study of Jewish Christianity.” Pages 137-66 in Rediscovery of Jewish Christianity: From Toland to Baur. Edited by F. Stanley Jones. History of Biblical Studies. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012. [Google preview] [Pre-publication version]

“Thecla’s Auto-Immersion (APTh 4.2-14 [3.27-39]): A Baptism for the Dead?” Apocrypha 21 (2010): 203-13 [appeared in 2011]. [Abstract] [Pre-publication version]

Learning Scripture in the School of Paul: From Ephesians to Justin.” Pages 148-170 in The Early Reception of Paul and His Letters. Edited by K. Liljeström. Publications of the Finnish Exegetical Society 99. Helsinki: The Finnish Exegetical Society, 2011.

“Philo on Phinehas and the Levites: Observing an Exegetical Connection.” Bulletin of Biblical Research 21 (2011): 43-49. [Pre-publication version]

“Paul and the Temple Scroll: Reflections on a Shared Engagement with Deuteronomy.” Neotestamentica 43.1 (2009): 69-92. Repr. as pp. 51-69 in “What Does the Scripture Say?” Studies in the Function of Scripture in the Gospels and Letters of Paul. Edited by C. A. Evans and D. Zacharias. Studies in Scripture in Early Judaism and Christianity 17. London and New York: T&T Clark, 2012. [Abstract]

The Origin of ‘Alpha and Omega’ (Rev. 1.8; 21.6; 22.13): A Suggestion.” Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism 6 (2009): 128-33. [Abstract]

“The Epigraphic Habit and the Biblical Text: Inscriptions as a Source for the Study of the Greek Bible.” Bulletin of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies 41 (2008): 84-92.

Greek Deuteronomy’s ‘Fever and Chills’ and Their Magical Afterlife.” Vetus Testamentum 58 (2008): 544-49.

“Paul’s Engagement with Deuteronomy: Snapshots and Signposts.” Currents in Biblical Research 7.1 (2008): 37-67. [Abstract]

“Review Article: Benedict’s Jesus and the Rehabilitation of Christian Figural Reading.” Journal of Theological Interpretation 2.2 (2008): 285-91.

Paul and the Testimonia: Quo Vademus?Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 51 (2008): 297-308.

“Scripture and Apotropaism in the Second Temple Period.” Biblische Notizen 138(2008): 63-88. [Pre-publication version]

An Index to Frey’s Jewish Inscriptions in Recent New Editions.” Melilah (2008/2): 1-12.

Economy and Immanence: Karl Rahner’s Doctrine of the Trinity.European Journal of Theology 14 (2005): 111-118.

III. Dictionary Articles

“ἀπατάω – ἀπάτη,” and “γενεά,” in Historical and Theological Lexicon of the Septuagint. Edited by E. Bons and J. Joosten. 4 volumes. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, ca. 2014 (forthcoming).

“History of Interpretation: New Testament.” In The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Ethics. Edited by Robert Brawley. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013 (forthcoming).

IV. Book Reviews

Bryn Mawr Classical Review: Exploring the Scripturesque: Jewish Texts and their Christian Contexts (R. Kraft).

Expository Times: Jesus, Paul and the People of God: A Theological Dialogue with N. T. Wright (N. Perrin and R. Hays, eds.).

Heythrop Journal: Lenin’s Jewish Question (Y. Petrovsky-Shtern); Philosophy and the Jewish Question: Mendelssohn, Rosenzweig and Beyond (B. Rosenstock); Roots of Theological Anti-Semitism: German Biblical Interpretation and the Jews from Herder and Semler to Kittel and Bultmann (A. Gerdmar).

Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society: Arguing with Scripture (C. D. Stanley).

Journal of Theological Studies: Paul, the Corinthians and the Birth of Christian Hermeneutics (M. Mitchell); Persecution, Persuasion and Power (J. Kelhoffer); The Christian Laws in Paul (M. Sundkvist).

Modern Believing: On Being a Disciple of the Crucified Nazarene (E. Käsemann).

Princeton Theological Review: Reading the Bible With the Dead (J. L. Thompson).

Religious Studies Review: Paulus und die antike Welt (D. Bienert, et al., eds); Sarx und Soma bei Paulus (L. Scornaienchi); Paul and Scripture (S. Moyise).

Review of Biblical Literature: Reception of Paulinism in Acts – Réception du paulinisme dans les Actes des Apôtres (D. Marguerat, ed.); Deuteronomy in the New Testament (S. Moyise & M. Menken, eds.); The Interpretation of the Old Testament in Greco-Roman Paganism (J. Cook).

Reviews in Religion and Theology: Antike christliche Apokryphen in deutscher Übersetzung, I. Band. (ed. C. Markschies and J. Schröter); The Synoptic Gospels and the Psalms as Prophecy (J. Subramanian).

Theological Book Review: 1 Enoch 2 (G. Nickelsburg and J. VanderKam); John in the Company of Poets (T. Gardner); The Epistle to the Galatians (I. C. Levy); Structuring Early Christian Memory: Jesus in Tradition, Performance and Text (R. Rodriguez); Biblical Theology of the Old and New Testaments (B. Childs); ‘All of You Are One’: The Social Vision of Gal 3.28, 1 Cor 12.13 and Col 3.11 (B. Hansen); History and the Hebrew Bible (H. Barstad); The Historical Christ and the Theological Jesus (D. Allison); The Challenge of Homer (K. Sandnes); The Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles (H.-J. Klauck); The Shema and the First Commandment in First Corinthians (E. Waaler); Beginnings: Ancient Christian Readings of the Biblical Creation Narratives (P. Bouteneff); Codex Bezae (D. C. Parker); The Purpose of Mark’s Gospel (A. Winn); Christology and Scripture (A. Lincoln and A. Paddison, eds.); The Bible and the Crisis of Meaning (D. C. Spinks); Paul and His World (H. Koester); Navigating Paul (J. M. Bassler); What We Have Heard From the Beginning: The Past, Present and Future of Johannine Studies (T. Thatcher, ed.); A Patristic Greek Reader (R. Whitacre); The Young Bultmann (W. Dennison); Judgment and Justification in Early Judaism and the Apostle Paul (C. VanLandingham)

Miscellaneous Online Reviews: Tim Grass, F. F. Bruce, A Life; C. A. Evans,  Ancient texts for New Testament Study

V. Other Writings

Seeking the Shape of Paul’s Deuteronomy.” The Bible and Interpretation (July 2013).

Reception History and New Testament Introduction.” The Bible and Interpretation (February 2013).

Why I Joined Marginalia.” The Bible and Interpretation (January 2013).

Beyond Wikipedia: Renewing Forschungsgeschichte in the Age of Google Books.” The Bible and Interpretation (July 2012)

Co-edited (with Markus Bockmuehl) the papers from a post-graduate theological conference on the theme ‘The Present Moment’ for publication in the Oxford Research Archive (www.is.gd/OxfordMoment)

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