Τρίτη, 12 Φεβρουαρίου 2013

Στο τρέχον τεύχος του TynBull / In the current issue of TynBull

Στο τρέχον τεύχος του περιοδικού Tyndale Bulletin 63:2 (2012) δημοσιεύονται τα εξής άρθρα βιβλικού ενδιαφέροντος: 


  • Stephen N. Williams, "Could God have commanded the slaughter of the Canaanites?", 161-178
  • Scott N. Callaham, "But Ruth clung to her : textual constraints on ambiguity in Ruth 1:14", 179-197
  • Luca Marulli, "'And how much do you owe ? take your bill, sit down quickly, and write' (Luke 16:5-6)", 199-216
  • Lee Gatiss, "Grace tasted death for all : Thomas Aquinas on Hebrews 2:9", 217-236
  • David N. Kirk, "Heaven opened : intertextuality and meaning in John 1:51", 237-256
  • Andy Cheung, "Foreignising Bible translation : retaining foreign origins when rendering Scripture", 257-273
  • Wayne Coppins, "Sitting on two asses? : second thoughts on the two-animal interpretation of Matthew 21:7", 275-290
  • John W. Taylor, "The eschatological interdependence of Jews and Gentiles in Galatians", 291-316
  • Will Kynes, "My psalm has turned into weeping : the dialogical intertextuality of allusions to the psalms in Job", 317-319

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