The Bible


Welcome to the Bible Nigerian Fr. Ernest Munachi Ezeogu, C.S.Sp., explains why some Christians do not read the Bible, he tells why we should read the Bible, and he gives some guidelines for private Bible reading

Verbum Domini and the Interpretation of Scripture By Mark Kenney SM in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Autumn 2012

The Three Forms of the Word of God By Jean Richard MSC in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Spring 2011

Social Justice in the Bible By Dominik Markl SJ in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the British Jesuits, October 2011

Historical Interpretation of the Bible Podcast of presentation by Ron Simkins, professor of Theology at Creighton University, 2011

King James Bible a Masterpiece but Not an Idol By Philip Harvey in Eureka Street, February 2011

Scripture and the Word of God By Christian W. Troll, S.J. in Muslims ask, Christians answer, 2010

Global Hermeneutics? Reflections and Consequences Edited by Knut Holter and Louis C. Jonker, Society of Biblical Literature, Atlanta, 2010. Includes "Hermeneutical Perspectives On Violence Against Women And On Divine Violence In German-Speaking Old Testament Exegesis" by Gerlinde Baumann; "Land In The Old Testament: Hermeneutics From Latin America" by Roy H. May, Jr.; "Reading The Old Testament From A Nigerian Background: A Woman's Perspective" by Mary Jerome Obiorah; "The Global Context And Its Consequences For Old Testament Interpretation" by Louis C. Jonker; "The Global Context And Its Consequences For Old Testament Translation" by Aloo Mojola

The Concept of Law in Biblical Narrative By Vaidotas A. Vaicaitis, Vilnius University, Vilnius, Lithuania, in The Global Journal of Classical Theology, 2010

Approaches to the Study of Sacred Scriptures By Miriam R. Alejandrino, OSB in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2010

The Role of Scripture in the Life and Teaching of the Church By Arturo M. Bastes, SVD in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2010

The Triune God as the Unity of Scripture By Ricardo Aldana in Communio: International Catholic Review, Fall 2010

Living Water: Reading Scripture in the Body of Christ With Benedict XVI By Adrian J. Walker in Communio: International Catholic Review, Fall 2010

Justice in the Biblical Tradition: A Challenge to the Christian Mission By Shirley Lal Wijesinghe in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2010

Biblical Pastoral Ministry in Asia-Pacific: Today and Tomorrow By Cecilia Chui in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2010

Biblical Apostolate in Southeast Asia in the Light of Dei Verbum By M. Emmanuel Gunanto, OSU in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2010

Multivocality in Group Speech in Biblical Narrative By George Savran, Schechter Institute for Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, in Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 2009

The Ascription of Physical Disability as a Stigmatizing Strategy in Biblical Iconic Polemics By Saul M. Olyan, Brown University, in Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 2009

Slaughter, Vengeance and the Burning Wrath of God. How "Christian" is the Bible? By Martin Kuhrt, Vicar of the Church of the Holy Spirit, Bedgrove in Aylesbury, England, in Fulchrum

"A Word Addressed by God to His People": Benedict XVI and the Interpretation of Sacred Scripture By Fr. James V. Schall, S.J. in Ignatius Insight, May 2009

The Old Testament and the New Testament Fr. James V. Schall, S.J. in Ignatius Insight, June 2009

The Word of God in the Life and Mission of the Ukrainian Catholic Church By Most Rev. Peter Stasiuk, C.Ss.R. DD. Address by the head of the Patriarchal Catechetical Commission of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, Australia

Spiritual Understanding of Scripture By Fr. Francis Martin, Sacred Heart Seminary, Detroit, 2009

Inspiration and Incarnation By Right Rev. Denis Farkasfalvy, O. Cist, Our Lady of Dallas Cistercian Monastery, 2009

The Bible on History By Mark O'Brien OP in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Summer 2009

Fostering Narrative Approaches to Scripture in Asia: The Primary Task of Explicit Recognition By Ma. Marilou S. Ibita in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2009

Conflict and Covenant in the Bible By Tom Wright, Fulcrum Conference, Islington, 2008

Doing Postcolonial Biblical Interpretation @Home: Ten Years of (South) African Ambivalence By Gerald West, University of KwaZulu-Natal/ Ujamaa Centre, in Neotestamentica, 2008

Speech-Act Theory and Biblical Interpretation By Eugene Botha, University of South Africa, in Neotestamentica, 2008

The Impact of Christian-Jewish Dialogue on Catholic Biblical Studies By Eugene Fisher in Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations, 2008

An Introduction to the Interpretation of Apocalyptic Literature By John W. Carter, 2008

The Bible and Tomorrow's World By Tom Wright, Bishop of Durham. Address to the Lambeth Conference, July 30, 2008

The Prophetic Word By Antonio M. Pernia, SVD, Superior General, October 2008

The Word as Liberating Power: The Word of God, Ferment of Liberation for the Mission of Consecrated Life By Josep Tobin, C.Ss.R, October 2008

What is Scripture? Pursuing Smith's Question By Steven G Smith in Anglican Theological Review, Fall 2008

Ancestor Worship - Is It Biblical? By Choon Sup Bae, P. J. van der Merwe, Department of Science of Religion and Missiology, University of Pretoria, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2008

Rise of intercultural Biblical exegesis in Africa By Jean-Claude Loba-Mkole, Hekima College/UBS, Nairobi, Kenya, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2008

Being Biblical? Slavery, sexuality, and the inclusive community By Richard A. Burridge in HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies, 2008

The Kingdom of God is Within You By Raymond B. Marcin, 2008

The Bible in Time By Mark O'Brien OP in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Summer 2008

Prolegomena to Meaning, or, What Is "Literary" About the Torah? By Tod Linafelt in Theological Studies, March 2008

The Importance and Contemporary Relevance of Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI's Jesus of Nazareth By Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo in Journal of Markets and Morality, 2008

Putting the Bible into Perspective: Hicksites and the Theological Treatment of the Bible in Progressive Reform By Jody Cross-Hansen in Quaker Theology, Winter 2007

Law & Culture: Justice Antonin Scalia Vs. the Postmodern Biblical Critic and Why It Is Not 'Just a Matter of Your Interpretation' By Craig A. Parton in The Global Journal of Classical Theology, 2007

Modern Era Marcionism: Critiquing the Sins of Scripture by John Shelby Spong By John Makujina, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Erskine Theological Seminary, in The Global Journal of Classical Theology, 2007

The Bible and the Blurb By Mark O'Brien OP in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Summer 2007

Exegesis of Biblical Theophanies in Byzantine Hymnography: Rewritten Bible? By Bogdan G. Bucur in Theological Studies, March 2007

Creationism: What's a Catholic to Do? By Michael D. Guinan in Catholic Update, 2007

Biblical Jerusalem: City of Tears, City of Hope By Donald Senior, C.P. in Catholic Update, 2007

The Challenge of Canonical Criticism to Background Studies By Randy W. Nelson in Journal of Biblical Studies, June 2006

The Veil of the Temple in History and Legend By Daniel M Gurtner, Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Mar 2006

Preaching Old Testament Law to New Testament Christians By Daniel I. Block, Professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College, in Hiphil, 2006

Scripture and the Liturgy: Inseparably United By Scott Hahn in Origins, March 2006

Hermeneutics as Cross-Cultural Encounter: Obstacles to Understanding By Richard L. Rohrbaugh, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2006

Theological Attitudes toward the Scriptural Text: Lessons from the Qumran and Syriac Exegetical Traditions By Angela Kim Harkins in Theological Studies, September 2006

Through a Gloss Darkly: Biblical Annotations and Theological Interpretation in Modern Catholic and Protestant English-language Bibles By Michael J. McClymond in Theological Studies, September 2006

Biblical Leadership Metaphors and Contemporary Management Theory: OR, St. Paul, Meets Messrs. Bolman & Deal By Dr. Kenneth C. Harper, Pastor-Head of Staff, Central Presbyterian Church, Miami, Florida, Adjunct Theological Faculty, Barry University, Miami Shores, Florida, in The Global Journal of Classical Theology, 2006

When God Spoke Greek: The Place of the Greek Bible in Evangelical Scholarship By Karen H. Jobes, wheaton college, in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2006

"Will a Man Rob God?" (Malachi 3:8): A Study of Tithing in the Old and New Testaments By Andreas J. Köstenberger and David A. Croteau, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2006

Through a Gloss Darkly: Biblical Annotations and Theological Interpretation in Modern Catholic and Protestant English-Language Bibles By Michael J. McClymond in Theological Studies, September 2006

On the Value of Pre-Modern Interpretation of Scripture for Contemporary Biblical Studies By Paul B Decock, University of KwaZulu-Natal / St. Joseph's Theological Institute, in Neotestamentica, 2005

Changing Perceptions of God's Word: Bible Study Since Vatican II By Mark O'Brien OP in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Autumn 2006

In Fear and Great Joy: Forty Years of Feminist Biblical Scholarship By Elaine Wainwright RSM in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Autumn 2005

Covenant in the Old and New Testaments: Some Current Research (1994-2004) By Scott W. Hahn, Franciscan University of Steubenville, in Currents in Biblical Research, 2005

Verbum, Theologia et Ecclesia: Some Hermeneutical Reflections and Methodological Considerations towards an Integrated Interpretation of the Bible By B Weber, TSB/TDS Switzerland, in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2005

The Bible in the Renaissance: William Tyndale By Henry Wansbrough OSB, Oxford University Faculty of Theology

Liturgy Matters: Liturgy and Scripture as the Mirrors of Catholicity By Damien Casey, lecturer in Systematic Theology at the Brisbane Campus of the Australian Catholic University, in Australian Ejournal of Theology, February 2005

'Two Guys Go into the Temple. One Says to God' Humour, Scripture, and Christian Discourse By James and Kate Williams in Cambridge Papers, 2005

Reading Violent Scripture By Edward Kessler, Founding Director and Executive Director of the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Jewish-Christian Relations, Cambridge, England, 2005

The Historical Character of the Biblical Revelation By Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger, February 2005

Mother of All the Living: Reinterpretations of Eve in Contemporary Literature By M. Doretta Cornell in Cross Currents, Winter 2005

Functions of the Word in the Bible By Rui de Menezes, SJ, September 2005

The Canon as Text for a Biblical Theology By James A. Loader in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2005

When They, We, and the Passive Become I -- Introducing Autobiographical Biblical Criticism By P.J.W. Schutte in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2005

Do We Share a Book? The Sunday Lectionary and Jewish-Christian Relations By Michael Peppard in Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations, 2005

Can Catholicism Validate Jewish Biblical Interpretation? By Jon D. Levenson in Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations, 2005

What Can a Catholic Learn from the History of Jewish Biblical Exegesis? By Gary A. Anderson in Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations, 2005

Anti-Judaism in Marcion and his Opponents By Joseph B. Tyson in Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations, 2005

How the Bible Came to Us By Henry Wansbrough OSB, Oxford University Faculty of Theology. An 83-page introduction, 2005

The Gift of Scripture By Henry Wansbrough OSB, Oxford University Faculty of Theology, 2005

Studies in the Scribal Habits of Codex Sinaiticus Dirk Jongkind, Tyndale House, Cambridge, in Tyndale Bulletin, 2005

Ignatian Contemplation and Modern Biblical Studies By Helmut Gabel in The Way, 2005

African Hermeneutics: The Current State By Louis Krog, South African Theological Seminary, November 2005

Cultural Criticism and Biblical Hermeneutics: Definition, Origins, Benefits, and Challenges By Gerald A. Klingbeil, River Plate Adventist University, Libertador San Martåin, Argentina, in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2005

Christian Salvation: Biblical and Theological Perspectives By Khaled Anatolios and Richard J. Clifford in Theological Studies, December 2005

Protestant and Jewish Approaches to the Scripture A revised form of a presentation by Gregory Mobley given at the May 19, 2004 meeting of the Jewish-Christian Dialogue sponsored by the American Jewish Committee and the Massachusetts Council of Churches

The Moral Authority of Scripture By Julian Rivers in Cambridge Papers, 2004

How to Read the Bible By Revd Dr Ian Paul, St John's College, Nottingham, Reader Magazine, November 2004

Reading the Bible Again with Marcus Borg By P.J.W. (Flip) Schutte, Department of New Testament Studies, University of Pretoria, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2004

Soul and psyche: The Bible in psychological perspective By Willem J. Smith in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2004

Whose Bible, mine or yours? Contested ownership and Bible translation in Southern Africa By Jeremy Punt, Department of Old and New Testament, University of Stellenbosch, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2004

Biblical Interpretation By John Odendaal in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, January-March 2004

Major Tasks of an Evangelical Hermeneutic: Some Observations on Commonalities, Interrelationships, and Differeneces By Richard N. Longenecker in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2004

Can the Scriptural World Still Be Our World? Early Millennial Reflections of an Australian Biblical Scholar By Brendan Byrne SJ in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Summer 2004

Biblical Fundamentalism By Michael Fallon MSN in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Winter 2004

Choosing and Using a Bible: What Catholics Should Know By Ronald D. Witherup, S.S. in Catholic Update, 2004

Amrozi and Luke's Gospel By Michael Trainor in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Spring 2003

Scripture and Vatican II: A Very Incomplete Journey By Brendan Byrne SJ in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Winter 2003

Digging for Faith By Michael McKinney in Vision, Fall 2003

Postcolonial biblical criticism in South Africa: some mind and road mapping By Eugene Botha, University of South Africa, in Neotestamentica, 2003

History and Religious Experience in Biblical Research By Pieter G.R. de Villiers, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2003

The Term Berith (Covenant) in the Historical and Wisdom Books of the Old Testament By Silvia Linington. MA dissertation, University of South Africa, November 2003

History, Authority, and Interpretation: A Theology of Scripture By Bryan Hollon n Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, October 2003

Indigenous Exegesis: Exploring the Interface between Missionary Methods and the Rhetorical Rhythms of Africa; Locating Local Reading Resources in the Academy By Gerald O. West, Head of School of Theology, University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa

A Linguistic Approach to Ellipsis in Biblical Poetry: (Or, What to Do When Exegesis of What is There Depends on What Isn't) By Cynthia L. Miller in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2003

Africa Bible Translators Led to Jesus through Scripture By Charles T. Jones, June 2003

A Meaning Worthy of God: Origen and Biblical Integrity By Patrick Gray in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, November 2002

How the Bible Has Functioned in Roman Catholic Mission By Timothy A. Lenchak, SVD, in Scripture, Community and Mission: Essays in Honor of D. Preman Niles, ed. Philip Wickeri. Hong Kong: The Christian Conference of Asia, 2002

The Word of God: A Blessing for all Nations -- Biblical Pastoral Ministry in a Pluralistic World Final Statement of the 6th Plenary Assembly of the Catholic Biblical Federation, 2002

Three Debates about Bible and Archaeology By Ziony Zevit in Biblica, 2002

From Vulnerable to Venerable: Scriptural Perspectives on Aging and the Elderly By Michael Knowles in McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry, vol 5, 2002

Some Notes on Defining "Apocalyptic" By M. G. Michael in Theology@McAuley, 2002

The Exodus in the Christian Bible: The Case for "Figural" Reading By Richard J. Clifford in Theological Studies, June 2002

Fr. Sergius Bulgakov (1871-1944): A Study in the Eastern Orthodox Hermeneutical Perspective By Alexander I Negrov, Christian University Saint-Petersburg, Russia, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2002

The Word in the World and the Church's Mission By Jacob Kavunkal, SVD, head of the Department of Systematic Theology and Indian Religions, JVD, in Vidyajyoti (Journal of Theological Reflection), November 2002

Idolatry and spiritual parody: counterfeit faiths By Michael Ovey in Cambridge Papers, March 2002

A Meaning Worthy of God: Origen and Biblical Integrity in a Pre-Constantinian Age By Patrick Gray in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, March 2002

How May We Speak of God? A Reconsideration of the Nature of Biblical Theology By R. W. L. Moberly, University of Durham, in Tyndale Bulletin, 2002

God's Communications Design of the Bible By Chris Thron in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, November 2002

The Bible, Nourishment and Rule of Life By Cornelius A. Rijk in SIDIC Periodical, 2002

Sepphoris By James F. Strange in Bible and Interpretation, 2001. Sepphoris was a major site in the first century BC. The city stood virtually in the geographic center of lower Galilee hardly five miles north of Nazareth

Reading the Bible in Contemporary Africa By Fidon R. Mwombeki in Word & World, 2001

Notes on God's Violence By Catherine Madsen in Cross Currents, Summer 2001

Blood & Stone: Violence in the Bible & the Eye of the Illustrator By Barry Moser in Cross Currents, Summer 2001

Gospel and Scripture: Rethinking Canonical Unity By Francis Watson, University of Aberdeen, in Tyndale Bulletin, 2001

Yesterday, Today, Forever: Time, Times, Eternity in Biblical Perspective By Henri Blocher, Fac. Lib. de Théol. Evangélique, Vaux-sur-Seine, in Tyndale Bulletin, 2001

Mysticism and Scripture: Dialogical Companions By Gillian T. W. Ahlgren in The Way, 2001

Why Participate in African Biblical Interpretation? By Vernon K. Robbins in Interpreting the New Testament in Africa, Nairobi, Kenya: Acton Publishers, 2001

On the Problems of Reconstructing Pre-Hellenistic Israelite (Palestinian) History By Niels Peter Lemche in Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 2000

Israel vs. Judah: The Chosen People Divided By Virginia Smith in Scripture from Scratch, 2000

The Need for Biblical Criticism By Alan C. Mitchell, Ph.D. in Scripture from Scratch, 2000

The Romans in Israel By Elizabeth McNamer in Scripture from Scratch, 2000

Teaching the Bible through the Internet By Ronald A. Simkins in Journal of Religion and Society, 2000

Is the Bible a True Narrative Representation? By Steven Collins, Professor of Biblical Studies and Archaeology, and Executive Director of Trinity College and Seminary, Albuquerque Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico, and John Oller, Professor and Head of Communicative Disorders at the University of Louisiana, Lafayette, in The Global Journal of Classical Theology, 2000

The Logic of True Narrative Representations By Steven Collins, Professor of Biblical Studies and Archaeology, and Executive Director of Trinity College and Seminary, Albuquerque Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico, and John Oller, Professor and Head of Communicative Disorders at the University of Louisiana, Lafayette, in The Global Journal of Classical Theology, 2000

Reading Biblical Texts: Truth, Fact, and Myth By James W. Aageson in Bible and Interpretation, 2000

Excerpts from Invitation to the Septuagint By Karen H. Jobes in Bible and Interpretation, 2000

The Battles of Armageddon: Megiddo and the Jezreel Valley from the Bronze Age to the Nuclear Age By Eric H. Cline in Bible and Interpretation, 2000

Making Biblical Women Visible By Carol L. Meyers in Bible and Interpretation, 2000

The History of Exegesis and Our Theological Future By Michael Cahill in Theological Studies, June 2000

The Nature and Origin of the Bible By Howard Taylor in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, January 2000

Crossing Biblical Dreams and Contemporary Dreamers By Barbara Green in The Way, 2000

Jubilee and Stewardship or “The Sweetest Sound in All the World” By Megan McKenna in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2000

Reading the Face of God: The Interpretation of the Bible in the Church By Lewis Ayres and Stephen E. Fowl in Theological Studies, September 1999

The Use and Abuse of the Bible By Ronald Witherup, S.S. in Scripture from Scratch, 1999

The City in Biblical Perspective: Failed and Possible By Walter Brueggemann in Word & World, 1999

The Bible's Human Bridges By Virginia Smith in Scripture from Scratch, 1999

From Spirit to Holy Spirit in the Old Testament By Leonard Doohan in Scripture from Scratch, 1999

Who Is My Neighbor?: Israel's Neighboring Nations By Elizabeth McNamer in Scripture from Scratch, 1999

Stepping In / Stepping Out: A Conversation between Ideological and Social Scientific Feminist Approaches to the Bible By Alice A. Keefe in Journal of Religion and Society, 1999

Sodom and Gomorrah (Genesis 19:1-29) on the Internet By Susanne Scholz in Journal of Religion and Society, 1999, on the implications of the internet for the study of the Bible

Biblical Texts--Past and Future Meanings By Clark H. Pinnock is Professor of Systematic Theology at McMaster Divinity College, in McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry, vol 2, 1999

John Wesley's Concept of Inspiration and Literary-Critical Approaches to Scripture By Richard P. Thompson in Wesley Theological Journal, 1999

Wrestling with the Word By William O'Brien, 1999

Hope in the Face of Loss By Walter Brueggemann, 1999. Explores the Jewish and Christian traditions of rising above present disaster by digging into the past for memories that give promise to the future

God, the Bible, and Evil after the Holocaust By Murray Haar in Word & World, Fall 1999

Angel of the Lord: Messenger or Euphemism? By S.L. White, General Theological Seminary, New York, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1999

Translating the Bible By A.H. Nichols in Tyndale Bulletin, 1999

Early Encounters with the Bible in Africa By Gerald O. West in Newsletter on African Old Testament Scholarship, May 1999

Can African Old Testament Scholarship Escape the Historical Critical Approach? By Justin S. Ukpong, Professor of New Testament, Catholic Institute of West Africa, Port Harcourt, Nigeria, in Newsletter on African Old Testament Scholarship, November 1999

The Bible: How the Many Versions Came About By Arthur E. Zannoni in Catholic Update, 1999

Reading the Good Book By Carol Luebering in Scripture from Scratch, 1998

Bible and Culture in African Christianity By Ernest M. Ezeogu, C.S.Sp. in International Review of Mission, January 1998

The Influence of African Scholars on Biblical Studies: An Evaluation By Nancy R. Heisey in Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, July 1998

Approaches to and Images of Biblical Authority for the Postmodern By William J. Larkin in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1998

Cross-Gender Imagery in the Bible By Al Wolter in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1998

Prajña Pitha (Seat of Wisdom): Towards a marian formation of the ministers of the word By Aloysius Pieris, S.J. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 1998

Interpreting the Bible: The Right and the Responsibility By Sandra Schneiders, I.H.M. in Scripture from Scratch, 1997

An Example of a 'New Age' Interpretation of the Bible By H Christina Steyn in Religion and Theology, 1997

Using the Bible with Integrity By Kenneth Cauthen, 1997

Situating Biblical Narrative Studies in Literary Theory and Literary Approaches By Johannes C de Klerk in Religion and Theology, 1997

The Enoch Literature By James C. VanderKam of the University of Notre Dame, 1997

Salvation by Trust? Reading the Bible Faithfully By Richard Hays in The Christian Century, February 1997

Authority and Interpretive Method In Luther's Approach to Scripture By Mark Thompson in Tyndale Bulletin, 1997

The Book and the Story By N.T. Wright in TransMission, Summer 1997

Food in Scripture By Margaret Barker in The Way, 1997

What Scripture Says...and Doesn't Say: Reading the Bible in Context By Margaret Nutting Ralph in Scripture from Scratch, 1996

Take and Read: Meeting God Through the Scriptures By Paul Zilonka, C.P., Spring 1996

The Mediterranean Concepts of Honour and Shame as Seen in the Depiction of the Biblical Women By Renata Rabichev in Religion & Theology, 1996

A New Method for Reconstructing Biblical Scrolls By Edward D. Herbert, Lecturer in Old Testament, Glasgow Bible College, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1996

Three Weddings and a Divorce: God's Covenant with Israel, Judah and the Church By David Instone Brewer, Research Librarian, Tyndale House, Cambridge, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1996

The Hermeneutical Process of Pentecostal-Type Initiated Churches in South Africa By Allan Anderson in Missionalia, August 1996

The Integrity of the Biblical Canon in Light of Its Historical Development By Lee M. McDonald in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1996

Reader-Response Criticism and the Allegorizing Reader By Michael Cahill in Theological Studies, March 1996

The Lectionary and the Liturgical Year: How Catholics Read Scripture By Thomas Richstatter, O.F.M., S.T.D. in Scripture from Scratch, 1995

The Bishops, the Bible and Liturgical Language By Richard J. Clifford, S.J. First published in America, May 27, 1995

Roots: Biblical Norm or Cultural Anachronism? By Michael Schluter in Cambridge Papers, December 1995

Bible Translation in Africa By Ronald J. Sim in The Tyndale Society Journal, March 1995

Current Issues in Biblical Theology: A New Testament Perspective By D. A. Carson in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1995

God's Word as the Source of Life: Towards Hong Kong 1996 By Geoffrey King, SJ, in East Asian Pastoral Review, 1995

The Bible From Square One By Elizabeth McNamer in Scripture from Scratch, 1994

Choosing a Bible Translation By James Akin in This Rock, April 1994

The City in the Bible: Implications for Urban Ministry By Diane Jacobson in Word & World, 1994

Herodotus, Father of Biblical History? By Jan Wim Wesselius, 1994

The Bible in Roman Catholicism since Divino Afflante Spiritu By John R. Donahue in Word & World, 1993

Interpretation for Christian Ministry By Richard Nysse and Donald Juel in Word & World, 1993

Oral Transmission By Robert B. Waltz

Ecobible: The Bible and Ecojustice By Walter Wink in Theology Today, 1993

Cross-Cultural Reading of the Bible By Peter Theodore Nash in Word & World, 1993

Bible Study in the Congregation By Nancy Koester in Word & World, 1993

Science in the Bible By Rolf P. Knierim in Word & World, 1993

Syncretism - The Term and Phenomenon By Irina A. Levinskaya, Researcher, Institute of History, Academy of Sciences, St Petersburg, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1993

Pleasure: A Biblical Perspective By Dorothy A. Lee in The Way, 1993

Evangelical and Biblical Scholarship, 1945-1992: An Anecdotal Commentary By David A. Hubbard in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1993

Reading the Bible in the American Context By Roy A. Harrisville in Word & World, 1992

Afrocentrism and Biblical Authority By Cain Hope Felder in Theology Today, October 1992

Culture, Scripture's Meaning, and Biblical Authority: Critical Hermeneutics for the 90's By William J. Larkin in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1992

Embracing the Law: A Biblical Theological Perspective By Elmer A. Martens in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1992

Who Is This God? - Biblical Inspiration Revisited By Jeremy Begbie, Director of Studies, Ridley Hall, Cambridge, in Tyndale Bulletin, November 1992

Israel and the Nations: An Essay in Biblical Theology By Charles H.H. Scobie, Cowan Professor of Religious Studies, Mount Allison University, Sackville, in Tyndale Bulletin, November 1992

The Bible from an African Perspective By Rudy Dirks of Africa Inter-Mennonite Mission

Fallacies Intentional and Canonical: Metalogical Confusion about the Authority of Canonical Texts By Baruch Halpern, York University, Toronto

The Bible and Ecological Spirituality By Walter B. Gulick in Theology Today, 1991

Eat and Grow Strong: The Super-Natural Power of Forbidden Fruit By Eric S. Rabkin, 1991

Spirituality and Scripture: A Jewish View By Jonathan Magonet in The Way, 1991

Exegesis and Homiletics By Marie E. Isaacs in The Way, 1991

Things Old and Things New in Biblical Interpretation By John R. Donahue in The Way, 1991

'To See with the Eyes of the Imagination': Scripture in the Exercises and Recent Interpretation By Brendan Byrne in The Way, 1991

The Canon of Scripture and the Forgotten Books By John Barton in The Way, 1991

Humour and Play: A Biblical Reflection By Alice L. Laffey in The Way, 1991

Interpreting the Bible in India Today By George Soares-Prabhu in The Way, 1991

The Structure of Biblical Theology By Charles H.H. Scobie, Cowan Professor of Religious Studies, Mount Allison University, Sackville, in Tyndale Bulletin, November 1991

The Challenge of Biblical Theology (Part 1) By Charles H.H. Scobie, Cowan Professor of Religious Studies, Mount Allison University, Sackville, in Tyndale Bulletin, November 1991

Cyril of Jerusalem's Use of Scripture in Catechesis By Pamela Jackson in Theological Studies, September 1991

Biblical Interpretation in the Context of Church and Ministry By Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza in Word & World, 1990

St. Thomas Aquinas and Sacred Scripture By John F. Boyle, Department of Theology, University of St. Thomas

Scripture and Contemporary Spirituality By Leonard Doohan in Spirituality Today, 1990

Commentaries: Windows To The Text By Pheme Perkins in Theology Today, 1990

Fallacies Intentional and Canonical: Metalogical Confusion about the Authority of Canonical Texts By Baruch Halpern, York University, Toronto

Philosophia as a Group-Designation in Graeco-Roman Society, Judaism, and Early Christianity By Steve Mason, York University, Toronto, 1990

Dynamic-Equivalence Translations Reconsidered By Roger L. Omanson in Theological Studies, September 1990

Dynamic or Formal Equivalence? A Response By J.P.M. Walsh in Theological Studies, September1990

The Fundamentalist Challenge By Raymond E. Brown, S.S. in Catholic Update, 1990

Mental Health in the Bible By Daniel J. Simundson in Word & World, 1989

American Catholic Biblical Scholarship: A Review By Gerald P. Fogarty in Theological Studies, June 1989

Historical Criticism: Its Role in Biblical Interpretation and Church Life By Joseph A. Fitzmyer in Theological Studies, June 1989

The New Handmaid: The Bible and the Social Sciences By Carolyn Osiek in Theological Studies, June 1989

Five Loaves and Two Fishes: Feminist Hermeneutics and Biblical Theology By Phyllis Trible in Theological Studies, June 1989

Contemporary English Translations of Scripture By J.P.M. Walsh in Theological Studies, June 1989

Biblical Interpretation in Crisis: On the Question of the Foundations and Approaches of Exegesis Today By Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, at Saint Peter's Church in New York, January 1988

A Spirituality of Meaningful Experiences: Some Biblical Lessons By Elizabeth Bellefontaine in Spirituality Today, 1988

Christian typology: Is It Still Valid? If So, Which Typology? By Francesco Rossi de Gasperis in SIDIC Periodical, 1988

The Fathers of the Church: Some Aspects of the Typological Method Which Are Valid Today By Francesca Cocchini in SIDIC Periodical, 1988

The "Old" and the " New" Covenant (1)- How to Relate the Two Testaments By Carmine Di Sante in SIDIC Periodical, 1988

How a Rabbi Reads the Bible By Jonathan Magonet in SIDIC Periodical, 1988

Reading the Bible in the Struggle for Justice and Peace By Christopher Rowland in The Way, 1988

Sola Scriptura By Lloyd Gaston. Presidential address to the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies, 1987

The Unity and Diversity of God's Covenants By Roger T Beckwith, Warden of Latimer House, Oxford, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1987

Technical Terms in Biblical Hebrew? By Roger W. Cowley, Course Leader of the Non-stipendiary Ministry Training Course, Oak Hill College, London, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1986

Typology and memorial By Sofia Cavalletti in SIDIC Periodical, 1986

Passion and Perspective: Two Dimensions of Education in the Bible By Walter Brueggemann in Theology Today, 1985

Every Two Minutes: Battered Women and Feminist Interpretation By Susan Brookes Thistletwaite in Feminist Interpretation of Scripture, Westminster Press, 1985

Using Scripture in Prayer and Spiritual Direction By Richard M. Gula in Spirituality Today, 1984

The Word of God in the Faith Community By Paolo Ricca in SIDIC Periodical, 1984

Wesleyanism and the Inerrancy Issue By J. Kenneth Grider in Wesley Theological Journal, 1984

Biblical Attitudes to Romantic Love By John P. Baker, Rector of Newick, East Sussex, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1984

Inspiration and Criticism: The Nineteenth-Century Crisis By Nigel M. de S. Cameron, Warden of Rutherford House, Edinburgh, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1984

The Unity of the Testaments By Duane A. Priebe in Word & World, 1983

The Crucified Messiah and the Endangered Promises By Nils Alstrup Dahl in Word & World, 1983

Magic in the Biblical World By Edwin M. Yamauchi, Professor of History, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1983

Health and Healing in the Bible By Daniel J. Simundson in Word & World, 1982

Sacrifice – Metaphors and Meaning By Derek Kidner, Formerly Warden of Tyndale House, Cambridge, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1982

Biblical Hermeneutics on the Move By Karlfried Froehlich in Word & World, 1981

Mind Reader and Maestro: Models for Understanding Biblical Interpreters By Patrick R. Keifert in Word & World, 1981

The Role of Scripture in Times of Crisis By Paul D. Hanson in Word & World, 1981

Story and Scripture By Darrell Jodock in Word & World, 1981

"And the Lord Said"? Biblical Reflections on Scripture as the Word of God By Raymond E. Brown in Theological Studies, March 1981

The Responsibility of Biblical Theology to Communities of Faith By Paul D. Hanson in Theology Today, 1980

Scripture: Recent Protestant and Catholic Views By Avery Dulles, S.J. in Theology Today, 1980

Women and Ministry in The New Testament From Elisabeth M. Tetlow, Women and Ministry in the New Testament, Paulist Press, 1980

Exegesis and Imagination By Schuyler Brown in Theological Studies, December 1980

Soundings in the Doctrine of Scripture in British Evangelicalism in the First Half of the Twentieth Century By David F. Wright, Senior Lecturer in Ecclesiastical History, New College, University of Edinburgh, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1980

The Value of Apocalyptic By Stephen H. Travis, Lecturer in New Testament, St. John's College, Nottingham, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1979

Hebraic Antecedents to the Eucharistic Anamnesis Formula By David Gregg, Communications Secretary, Board for Mission and Unity of the General Synod of the Church of   England, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1979

Faith, Hermeneutics, and the Literal Sense of Scripture By Sandra M. Schneiders in Theological Studies, December 1978

Prophecy, Inspiration, and Sensus Plenior By William Sanford LaSor, Ph.D., Th.D., Senior Professor of Old Testament, Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1978

The Fallacy of Equating Meaning with the Human Author's Intention By Philip B. Payne in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1977

The Davidic Promise and the Inclusion of the Gentiles (Amos 9:9-15 and Acts 15:13-18): A Test Passage for Theological Systems By Walter C. Kaiser, Jr. in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1977

The Behavioral Sciences under the Authority of Scripture By J. Robertson Mcquilkin in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1977

The Targums: Aramaic Versions of the Bible By Roger Le Deaut in SIDIC Periodical, 1976

Reading the Bible in the Midrashic Tradition By Ariel Rathaus in SIDIC Periodical, 1976

What a Christian May Expect from a Jewish Reading of the Bible By Marcel Dubois in SIDIC Periodical, 1976

The Use of Jewish Commentaries for Christian Preaching By William L. Weiler in SIDIC Periodical, 1976

Further Information about Tell Mardikh By William Sanford Lasor in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1976

The Authority and Meaning of the Christian Canon: A Response to Gerald Sheppard on Canon Criticism By John Piper in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1976

Towards an Interpretation of Biblical Ethics By O. M. T. O'Donovan, M.A., D.Phil., Lecturer in Theology and Ethics, Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1976

The Link between People, Land and Religion in Old and New Testaments By Clemens Thoma in SIDIC Periodical, 1975

"Lead Us Not into Temptation" By John V. Dahms in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1975

Biblical Interpretation and Wesleyan Theology By H. Ray Dunning in Wesley Theological Journal, 1974

Rudolf Bultmann: Removing the False Offense By Alfred A. Glenn, Bethel College, in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1973

Syntax in Exegesis By K. L. McKay, M.A., Ph.D., Lecturer in Greek, the Australian National University, Canberra, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1972

The Covenant as Giving Expression to the Relationship Between Old and New Testament By F. C. Fensham, M.A., Ph.D., D.D., Professor of Semitic Languages, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1971

Typology as a Means of Interpretation: Past and Present By Stanley N. Gundry, S.T.M., in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Fall 1969

The Bible, Nourishment and Rule of Life By Prof. C. A. Rijk in SIDIC Periodical, 1968

Remarks on Several Bibles By W. W. Simpson | R. Schimid | A. Roy Eckardt in SIDIC Periodical, 1968

Ecumenical Editions of the Bible By A. K. Willet in SIDIC Periodical, 1968

The Arnoldshain Symposium By W. P. Eckert in SIDIC Periodical, 1968

Bible Studies in Several Lands By The editors | L. Poulin in SIDIC Periodical, 1968

The Transcendence of God and Biblical Hermeneutics By Paul S. Minear in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1968

The Written Word in the Church By Ian Brayley in The Way, 1967

196 The Biblical Theology of Divorce By Bruce Vawter in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1967

Symbol, Myth, and the Biblical Revelation By Avery Dulles in Theological Studies, March 1966

The Council of Trent and Vernacular Bibles By Robert E. McNally in Theological Studies, June 1966

Wealth By Derek Kidner in Tyndale Bulletin, 1964

Atonement and Scripture By Kenneth F. Dougherty in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1964

Personality, Society, and Inspiration By Dennis J. McCarthy in Theological Studies, December 1963

An Existential Approach to Sacred Scripture By Wenceslaus J. Pilch in Theological Studies, September 1962

Tradition As a Protestant Problem By Robert McAfee Brown in Theology Today, 1961

A Recent Roman Scriptural Controversy By Joseph A. Fitzmyer in Theological Studies, September 1961

Medieval Exegesis By Robert E. McNally in Theological Studies, September 1961

The Everlasting Covenant By D. F. Payne in Tyndale Bulletin, 1961

Tres Linguae Sacrae in Early Irish Bible Exegesis By Robert E. McNally in Theological Studies, September 1958

The Spirit and Tradition By D. J. V. Lane in Tyndale Bulletin, 1958

The Concept of Biblical Inspiration By David M. Stanley in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1958

A Corrected Collation of Codex Zacynthius (Cod 040) By J. Harold Greenlee in Journal of Biblical Literature, September 1957

Paul Tillich and the Bible By Avery Dulles in Theological Studies, September 1956

The Senses of Sacred Scripture By Edward A. Cerny in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1951

On Early Christian Exegesis By Walter J. Burghardt in Theological Studies, March 1950

Some Problems of Bible Translation By Msgr. Ronald Knox, 1949

Thoughts on Bible Translation By Msgr. Ronald Knox, 1949

The Crooked Serpent By F.F. Bruce, The Evangelical Quarterly, 1948

The Bible of Theophilus of Antioch By Robert McQueen Grant in Journal of Biblical Literature, June 1947

Lost Books of the Bible By Anthony C. Cotter in Theological Studies, June 1945

The Study of Holy Scripture By James E. Coleran in Theological Studies, March 1944

The Catholic Church and the Bible Go to page 121 of “The Catholic Church and Modern Christianity” by Bernard John Otten, SJ, 1910

Hermeneutics By Anthony Maas in the Catholic Encyclopedia, 1910

The Elder John, Papias, Irenaeus, Eusebius and the Syriac Translator By Benjamin Wisner Bacon in Journal of Biblical Literature, 1908

The Bible By Francis Gigot in the Catholic Encyclopedia, 1907

Bible Exegesis Executive Committee of the Editorial Board, Wilhelm Bacher, Kaufmann Kohler and J. Frederic McCurdy in the Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906

Messiah By Joseph Jacobs and Moses Buttenwieser in the Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906

Sheol By Emil G. Hirsch in the Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906

Synagogue By Wilhelm Bacher and Lewis N. Dembitz in the Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906

The Higher Criticism By Albert Barry, C. SS. R. Scroll to page 159. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 30, From January to October, 1905

The Evolution of Our English Bible By Rev. G. J. Reid. Scroll to page 563. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 30, From January to October, 1905

Divine Element In Scripture—Revelation By Chas. J. Grannafi. Scroll to page 353. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 26, From January to October, 1901

General introduction to the study fo the Holy Scriptures Book by Francis E. Gigot, SS, 1900

History of the Text of the Douay Version of Scripture By John Henry Cardinal Newman. Scroll to page 403. Tracts theological and ecclesiastical, 1899

The Meaning of Scriptural Numbers By Joseph H. Rockwell, S.J. Scroll to page 178. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 22, From January to October, 1897

Recent Phases of Bible Study By A. J. Maas, S.J. Scroll to page 832. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 22, From January to October, 1897

A Negative View of the Encyclical ''Providentissimus Deus" By A. J. Maas, SJ. Scroll to page 162. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 20, From January to October, 1895

Scripture Poetry By Anthony J. Maas, S.J. Scroll to page 44. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 14, From January to October, 1889

Introduction to the Sacred Scriptures Book by Fr. John MacDevitt, 1889

On the Use of bel and kardia in the Old and New Testaments By D.R. Goodwin in Journal of the Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis , June 1881



Why you need to read the Bible: A Catholic view This article was published with Ecclesiastical Permission, Dublin, Ireland, and was distributed to every Catholic parish in Ireland

English Translations of the Bible Courtesy of Prof. Felix Just, S.J.

An Introduction to Biblical Genres and Form Criticism Courtesy of Prof. Felix Just, S.J.

Jewish and Christian Bibles: A Comparative Chart A Comparative Chart of Jewish, Orthodox, Catholic and Protestant Bibles, courtesy of Prof. Felix Just, S.J.

Electronic New Testament Educational Resources Lots of wonderful material, courtest of Prof. Felix Just, S.J.

Methods of Interpreting the Meaning of Bible Passages From ReligiousTolerance.org

A Basic Vocabulary of Biblical Studies For Beginning Students By Fred L. Horton, Jr., Kenneth G. Hoglund, and Mary F. Foskett of Wake Forest University

On the Biblical Canon Presentations by Kevin P. Edgecomb in Berkeley, California. Canon Muratorianus. Comparison Chart of the Historically Held Canons of Different Churches. On the Amazing Ethiopian Orthodox Canon!

Basic Web Sites for Scripture Study An Annotated List by Paul Couture, S. S. E., Saint Michael's College, Colchester VT

Resource Pages for Biblical Studies, Page 1 Bible texts, translations and related texts

Resource Pages for Biblical Studies, Page 2 Biblical Studies Electronically Published

Resource Pages for Biblical Studies, Page 3 Aspects of the Mediterranean Social World

Resource Pages for Biblical Studies, Page 4 The Philo of Alexandria Page

The Fathers of the Church on the Bible Links to the writings of the Fathers on Biblical texts

EIKON Image Database for Biblical Studies A faculty-library initiative at Yale Divinity School that provides digital resources for teaching and research in the field of Biblical studies

Post-Modern Bible A project being undertaken by Professor Tim Bulkeley of Carey Baptist College in New Zealand. "The Post-Modern Bible will be Multimedia and Multi-temporal. It will allow Multiple paths and Multiple uses."

Bible Dictionary Part of the project being undertaken by Professor Tim Bulkeley of Carey Baptist College in New Zealand

Biblical Studies.org.uk An Internet Resource for Studying the Bible. Webmaster: Robert I. Bradshaw, B.Sc., C.D.R.S. The best of non-Catholic scholarship

The Interactive Bible Engage in an interactive, multimedia encounter with such biblical texts as Genesis 22, Exodus 20, 2 Samuel 11-12, Mark 16 and Matthew 28, Matthew 5-7, John 4, Galatians 1-2

Enjoying the Bible A couple of dozen samples from courses taught by Fr Tommy Lane, LSS, DD, Assistant Pastor in Rathcormac Parish, Diocese of Cloyne, (Co. Cork) Ireland

Words Used for Describing the Bible By Robert Longman Jr. Words discussed: Authentic, Authority, Original Autographs, Effective, Gospel, Indelible, Inerrant, Infallible, Inspired, Instructional, Norm, Only, Revealed and Revelation, Source, Sufficient, Trustworthy, True and Truthful, Unique, Word

Biblica Published since 1920 by the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome. Full text of articles since 1999

TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism An electronic journal dedicated to the study of the Jewish and Christian biblical texts

Scripture Mennonite Confesion of Faith; Article 4

Lectio Divina "Lectio Divina", a Latin term, means "divine reading" and describes a way of reading the Scriptures whereby we gradually let go of our own agenda and open ourselves to what God wants to say to us. A Carmelite site

Praying the Bible Biblical meditations with background music. Recorded by Fr Tommy Lane, LSS, DD, Assistant Pastor in Rathcormac Parish, Diocese of Cloyne, (Co. Cork) Ireland

The Madaba Mosaic Map A virtual travel through the holy places of Israel and environs

Shomron (Samaria) Website with many links, developed by Alexander Kaplunovsky. Shomron is the heart of Biblical Israel. Most of today's communities were built near ancient sites from the First and Second Temples periods, and the time of the Mishna and the Talmud

Bank of Catholic Bible Questions Over 900 questions covering six topics with four types of inquiry: multiple choice, chronology multiple choice, matching and free response. A free service offered to all certified religion teachers. To proceed beyond the opening page you will need a password. Bona Fide theology teachers may request a password, at no charge, by sending an application letter to the bank's creator, Brother Malcolm Melcher, S.C.

Biblical Resources A list of links prepared by Theology.ie, a web site sponsored by The Irish Theological Association

Trees in the Biblical Pages Pia Compagnoni in the "Holy Land" - quarterly published by the Franciscan custody of the Holy Land

The Olive Tree From the "Holy Land" - quarterly published by the Franciscan custody of the Holy Land

Neot Kedumim: The Biblical Landscape Reserve in Israel Beth Uval in the "Holy Land" - quarterly published by the Franciscan custody of the Holy Land

Figs From the "Holy Land" - quarterly published by the Franciscan custody of the Holy Land




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