Παρασκευή, 27 Νοεμβρίου 2015

Το τρέχον τεύχος του NTS / The current issue of NTS

New Testament Studies 62:1 (2016)

  • Karl-Wilhelm Niebuhr, "Jakobus und Paulus über das Innere des Menschen und den Ursprung seiner ethischen Entscheidungen," 1-30 (abstract)
  • David Luckensmeyer and Bronwen Neil, "Reading First Thessalonians as a Consolatory Letter in Light of Seneca and Ancient Handbooks on Letter-Writing," 31-48 (abstract)
  • Jonathan Worthington, "Creatio ex Nihilo and Romans 4.17 in Context," 49-59 (abstract)
  • Timothy Wardle, "Mark, the Jerusalem Temple and Jewish Sectarianism: Why Geographical Proximity Matters in Determining the Provenance of Mark," 60-78 (abstract)
  • Warren Carter, "Aquatic Display: Navigating the Roman Imperial World in Acts 27," 79-96 (abstract)
  • Peter J. Gurry, "The Number of Variants in the Greek New Testament: A Proposed Estimate," 97-121 (abstract)
  • J. K. Elliott, "Using an Author's Consistency of Usage and Conjectures as Criteria to Resolve Textual Variation in the Greek New Testament," 122-135 (abstract)
  • Bruce W. Longenecker and Scott C. Ryan, "Presenting the Pauline Voice: An Appreciation of the Letter to the Laodiceans," 136-148 (abstract)
  • Lorne R. Zelyck, "Elisha Typology in Jesus’ Miracle on the Jordan River (Papyrus Egerton 2, 2v.6–14)," 149-156 (abstract)
  • Hans Förster, "Die syntaktische Funktion von ὅτι in Joh 8.47," 157-166 (abstract)

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