Πέμπτη, 29 Δεκεμβρίου 2016

Το τρέχον τεύχος του BN / The current issue of BN

Biblische Notizen 171 (2016)

  • Raquel Gilboa, "A Brief Note on the Peoples Descending from Noah (Genesis 9-10)," 3-12
  • Samo Skralovnik, "The Meaning and Interpretation of Desire in the Tenth Commandment
  • (Exod 20,17) – The Semantic Study of the ḥmd Word Field," 13-25
  • Pekka Pitkänen, "P/H and D in Joshua 22,9-34," 27-35
  • Hans-Georg von Mutius, Zwei nichtmasoretische hebräische Textvarianten aus einem anglo-jüdischen Gesetzbuch des Spätmittelalters (Ex 13,7 und 2Sam 13,31)," 37-41
  • Theodor Seidl, "asr als Konjunktion II. Überblick, Klassifikation und Diskussion
  • der Belege in Jes – 2 Chr – Teil 2," 43-64
  • Michał Wojciechowski, "Various Forms of Ancient Judaism According to Their Attitude towards Hellenism," 65-74
  • Romeo Popa, "Der anfällige Mensch und das Gesetz Gottes. Der anthropologische Schlüssel des paulinischen Gesetzesverständnisses nach Röm 8,1-4," 75-94
  • Werner Grimm, "Ein urmenschliches Sprechmuster seelsorglicher Anteilnahme in Texten des Alten Testaments," 95-110
  • Alexander Noak, Ein römischer Kaiser als Rächer Asiens. Nero Redux / Redivivus als Figur des geistigen Widerstands gegen Rom – Teil 1,"111-141
  • Stefan Bojowald, "Eine ägyptisch-akkadische Parallele in Bezug auf die Verbindung zwischen Klagefraubezeichnungen und Vogelnamen," 143-147



Τετάρτη, 28 Δεκεμβρίου 2016

Το τρέχον τεύχος του PzB / The current issue of PzB

Protokolle zur Bibel 25:2 (2016)

Το τρέχον τεύχος του NTS / The current issue of NTS

New Testament Studies 63:1 (2017)

  • Peter-Ben Smit, "Negotiating a New World View in Acts 1.8? A Note on the Expression ἕως ἐσχάτου τῆς γῆς,"  1-22 (abstract)
  • Michael Winger, "Paul and ἐγώ: Some Comments on Grammar and Style," 23-37 (abstract)
  • Stephen C. Barton, "Sanctification and Oneness in 1 Corinthians with Implications for the Case of ‘Mixed Marriages’ (1 Corinthians 7.12–16)," 38-55 (abstract)
  • John Granger Cook, "Resurrection in Paganism and the Question of an Empty Tomb in 1 Corinthians 15," 56-75 (abstract)
  • Matthew C. Easter, "Faith in the God who Resurrects: The Theocentric Faith of Hebrews,"  76-91 (abstract)
  • Simon J. Joseph, "‘I Have Come to Abolish Sacrifices’ (Epiphanius, Pan. 30.16.5): Re-examining a Jewish Christian Text and Tradition," 92-110 (abstract)
  • Jonathan Cahana, "Salvific Dissolution: The Mystery of the Betrayal between the New Testament and the Gospel of Judas," 111-124 (abstract)
  • T. J. Lang, Matthew R. Crawford, "The Origins of Pauline Theology: Paratexts and Priscillian of Avila's Canons on the Letters of the Apostle Paul," 124-145 (abstract)
  • Christopher P. Jones, "The Historicity of the Neronian Persecution: A Response to Brent Shaw," 146-152 (abstract)

Joseph Fitzmyer S.J. (4.11.1920 - 24.12.2016)

Αποτέλεσμα εικόνας για joseph fitzmyer
Έφυγε από την ζωή ο γνωστός καινοδιαθηκολόγος Joseph Fitzmyer. O Fitzmyer διετέλεσε καθηγητής του The Catholic University of America και υπήρξε ένας πολυγραφότατος συγγραφέας κι ένας βαθύς γνώστης του αραμαϊκού υπόβαθρου του αρχέγονου Χριστιανισμού. Είναι γνωστά τα υπομνήματά του στο κατά Λουκάν (Ancher Yale Bible Commentaries), στις Πράξεις (Anchor Yale Bible Commentaries, στην Α΄ προς Κορινθίους και την προς Ρωμαίους, καθώς και οι μελέτες του για τη θεολογία του Παύλου. 

Διαβάστε την νεκρολογία του στον παρακάτω σύνδεσμο:

Το τρέχον τεύχος του JBL / The current issue of JBL

Journal of Biblical Literature 135:4 (2016)

  • Tina Dykesteen Nilsen and Anna Rebecca Solevåg, "Expanding Ecological Hermeneutics: The Case for Ecolonialism," 665-683 (abstract)
  • Richard Whitekettle, "A Study in Scarlet: The Physiology and Treatment of Blood, Breath, and Fish in Ancient Israel," 685-704 (abstract)
  • Mari Jørstad, "The Ground That Opened Its Mouth: The Ground's Response to Human Violence in Genesis 4,"  705-715 (abstract)
  • Jonathan Grossman, "Different Dreams: Two Models of Interpretation for Three Pairs of Dreams (Genesis 37–50),"  717-732 (abstract)
  • Raanan Eichler, "The Poles of the Ark: On the Ins and Outs of a Textual Contradiction,"  733-741 (abstract)
  • Rebecca W. Poe Hays, "Sing Me a Parable of Zion: Isaiah's Vineyard (5:1–7) and Its Relation to the “Daughter Zion” Tradition,"  743-761 (abstract)
  • Brian D. McPhee, "Walk, Don't Run: Jesus's Water Walking Is Unparalleled in Greco-Roman Mythology,"  763-777 (abstract)
  • Jeffrey W. Aernie, "Cruciform Discipleship: The Narrative Function of the Women in Mark 15–16," 779-797 (abstract)
  • Joshua L. Mann, "What Is Opened in Luke 24:45, the Mind or the Scriptures?," 799-806 (abstract)
  • Dale C. Allison Jr., "Acts 9:1–9, 22:6–11, 26:12–18: Paul and Ezekiel," 807-826 (abstract)
  • Joshua M. Reno, "Γυνὴ τοῦ Πατρός: Analytic Kin Circumlocution and the Case for Corinthian Adultery," 827-847 (abstract)
  • Alin Suciu, "An Armenian Fragment of the Gospel of Mark in the Erkat‘agir Script: With a Note on Its Codicological Reconstruction," 849-857 (abstract)
  • Garrick V. Allen, "The Apocalypse in Codex Alexandrinus: Exegetical Reasoning and Singular Readings in New Testament Greek Manuscripts," 859-880 (abstract)

Δευτέρα, 26 Δεκεμβρίου 2016

Βιβλικές σπουδές και προκατάληψη / Biblical studies and bias

Στην ιστοσελιδα The Bible and Interpretation έχει αναρτηθεί ένα ενδιαφέρον κείμενο του Jeffrey L. Morrow για το κατά πόσο η βιβλική ερμηνεία μπορεί να θεωρηθεί περισσότερο προκατειλημμένη από οποιαδήποτε άλλη μορφή ερμηνείας. 
Καταλήγει στα εξής στην τελευταία ενότητα με τον τίτλο Theological Exegesis is No More Biased Than Allegedly Secular Exegesis:

"...I also think we need to recognize our own biases, and potential blind spots, when we engage in scholarship, biblical or otherwise. We should retain an openness to arguments from others, even when their starting assumptions differ so greatly from our own." 

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

Harvard Theological Review 110:1 (2017)

  • David W. Congdon, "Demystifying the Program of Demythologizing: Rudolf Bultmann's Theological Hermeneutics," 1-23 (abstract)
  • Anthony Giambrone, "Aquila's Greek Targum: Reconsidering the Rabbinical Setting of an Ancient Translation," 24-45 (abstract)
  • Geoffrey Smith, "Anti-Origenist Redaction in the Fragments of the Gospel of Truth (NHC XII,2): Theological Controversy and the Transmission of Early Christian Literature," 46-74 (abstract)
  • Jonatan M. Benarroch, "'Son of an Israelite Woman and an Egyptian Man'—Jesus as the Blasphemer (Lev 24:10–23): An Anti-Gospel Polemic in the Zohar," 100-124 (abstract)
  • M. David Litwa, "You Are Gods: Deification in the Naassene Writer and Clement of Alexandria," 125-148 (abstract)


Το τρέχον τεύχος του Lectio difficilior / The current issue of Lectio difficilior

lectio difficilior 2 (2016)

Christl M. Maier, Madipoane Masenya(ngwan'a Mphahlele), Jacqueline E. Lapsley, Charlene van der Walt & Mercedes García Bachmann, L. Juliana Claassens, "Assessing the Use of Gender in Current Biblical Scholarship: A Panel Discussion at the IOSOT Congress in South Africa