Κυριακή, 30 Μαΐου 2021

Το τρέχον τεύχος του JSHJ / The current issue of JSHJ

 Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus 19/1 (2021)

  • Joel Marcus, "John the Baptist in History and Theology: A Summary," 3-7
  • Clare K. Rothschild, "A Review of Joel Marcus, John the Baptist in History and Theology," 8–14 
  • Cecilia Wassén, "Reflections on John the Baptist in History and Theology by Joel Marcus," 15–26 (abstract)
  • Jonathan Klawans, "Analogies, Possibilities and Probabilities: Joel Marcus’s John the Baptist," 27–38 (abstract)
  • Erin Roberts, "Naturalizing Christians: A Response to Joel Marcus, John the Baptist in History and Theology," 39–46 (abstract)
  • Albert I. Baumgarten, "John the Baptist: The Absinthe of the Divine Feast?" 47–61 (abstract)
  • Robert J. Myles, "John the Baptist in Memory, Judaism and Historical Materialism," 62–73 (abstract)
  • Federico Adinolfi and Joan Taylor, "Catching John in Four Nets? Competition, Qumran, Sacramentalism and Messianism: A Reply to Joel Marcus," 74–98 (abstract)
  • Joel Marcus, "Response to the Respondents: Competition, Qumran and Supersessionism," 99–133 (abstract)
  • Jonathan D. Wegner, "Jesus the Samaritan: synthesizing Two Approaches to the Historical Jesus and their Conceptions on the Continuity between Jesus and the Gospels," 134–169 (abstract)

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