The New Testament



Resources from Fr. Felix Just, S.J., Ph.D., Director of Biblical Education, Loyola Institute for Spirituality, Orange, CA:
  • Electronic New Testament Educational Resources
  • A Brief Overview of each Book and Letter in the New Testament
  • The New Testament Canon
  • A Glossary of Important Terms for Biblical Studies
  • An Overview of New Testament Geography
  • Rulers in Israel during the Roman Era
  • Jewish Groups at the Time of Jesus

    Essays by Jerome H. Neyrey, S.J., Professor of New Testament Studies at the University of Notre Dame. Full texts of chapters in books
  • Prayer, In Other Words: New Testament Prayers in Social-Science Perspective
  • Miracles, In Other Words: Social Science Perspectives on Healing
  • Clean/Unclean, Pure/Polluted, and Holy/Profane: The Idea and System of Purity
  • Reader's Guide to Meals, Food and Table Fellowship in the New Testament

    Resources by Henry Wansbrough OSB, Oxford University Faculty of Theology:
  • Jewish Methods of Exegesis in the New Testament Lecture at the Pontifical Biblical Commission, 1999
  • The Idea of the Holy in the New Testament
  • The Synoptic Problem
  • The Parables of the Synoptic Gospels
  • Synoptic Passages of Exegesis
  • The New Israel: The Community of Matthew and the Community of Qumran 1999

    Bibliographies for the Study of the New Testament Compiled by Fr. William Harmless, S.J., of Creighton University

    Magic in the New Testament: A Brief History of Research By Adrian Murg. Scroll to page 96. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, July-December 2010

    New Testament Gateway An extensive collection of links. 2009

    The Christian Scriptures Description, author(s), date of each book in the Christian Scriptures. Translation errors and forgeries in the Bible. Verses missing from the Gospel of Mark. Bible Inerrancy (freedom from error). "Biblical Criticism" (analyzing the Bible as a historical document). The Jesus Seminar (liberal theologians, studying early Christian writings). By B.A. Robinson, 2009

    Challenging Biblical Fundamentalism by Seeking the Influence of the Synagogue in the Formation of the Synoptic Gospels By J.S. Spong in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2009

    'I Am Writing This with My Own Hand…': Writing in New Testament Times By Pieter J.J. Botha in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2009

    Identity Formation in the New Testament By Markus Cromhout in HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies, 2009

    The Gospel Revisited from Different Semitic “Ifs” By Jean Lauand in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, 2009

    To Remember the Lord Jesus: Leadership and Memory in the New Testament By Ellen Bradshaw Aitken in Anglican Theological Review, Winter 2009

    The Development of the Canon of the New Testament Glenn Davis, 2008. Includes sections on Authorities, writings, table, lists, places, heresies and more

    Into His Own: Perspective on the World of Jesus A site by Mahlon Smith exploring the world in which Jesus lived by means of well-organised, newly translated primary texts and other material. 2008

    Acts of Impropriety: The Imbalance of History and Theology in Luke-Acts By Gerd Ludemann, Professor of History and Literature of Early Christianity, Georg-August University, Gottingen, Germany, in Toronto Journal of Theology, 2008

    Were the Galileans "Religious Jews" or "Ethnic Judeans"? By Markus Cromhout, University of Pretoria, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2008

    The Appearances of the Risen Lord By Brian Purfield in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the English Jesuits, March 2008

    The Encyclopedia of New Testament Textual Criticism Conceived by Rich Elliott of Simon Greenleaf University. Created by Robert B. Waltz, 2007

    Sadducees By Douglas R. de Lacey in The Ecole Initiative, 2007

    A Clash of Symbolic Universes: Judeanism vs Hellenism By Markus Cromhout in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2007

    New Testament Textual Criticism is dead! Long live New Testament Textual Criticism! By J. Eugene Botha in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2007

    Religion and Covenantal Praxis in First Century Judeanism By Dr. Markus Cromhout, researcher and production manager for the New Apostolic Church, South East Africa District, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2007

    The First Disciples of Jesus in Galilee By Santiago Guijarro, Pontifical University of Salamanca, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2007

    Finding Faith in Fact and Fiction: Making Sense of the New Testament while Maintaining our Integrity and the Integrity of the Text By William Loader. An earlier version of a paper was delivered to the Progressive Christian Network of Victoria, November 2007

    Approaching the New Testament as Source of Faith and Witness to Faith By William Loader. A Paper read at the Australasian Theological Forum, Canberra, November 2007

    The Betrayal of Judas A conversation with Michael J. Cook in Reform Judaism Online, Winter 2007. Cook, HUC-JIR Bronstein Professor of Judeo-Christian Studies, explains why and how Judas came to be branded "falsely" as the personification of betrayer

    Papyrus Egerton 2 The Egerton fragments are named after the Englishman who funded their purchase, and are dated to the early or middle of the second century

    One God, One Lord, One People: Incarnational Christology for a Church in a Pagan Environment By N.T. Wright in Ex Auditu

    A socio-cultural model of Judean ethnicity: A proposal By Markus Cromhout and Andries G. Van Aarde in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2006

    The Role Alternate States of Consciousness Played in the Baptism and Eucharist of the Earliest Jesus-Followers By Jonanda Groenewald, Andries G. Van Aarde in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2006

    "We are Judean"! The Sayings Gospel Q's Redactional Approach to the Law By M Cromhout in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2006

    Christ in the Theologies of Paul and John: A Study in the Diverse Unity of New Testament Theology By Frank J. Matera in Theological Studies, June 2006

    Reconstructing a Biblical Model for Giving: A Discussion of Relevant Systematic Issues and New Testament Principles By Andreas J. Kostenberger and David A. Croteau, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2006

    Christ in the Theologies of Paul and John: A Study in the Diverse Unity of the New Testament By Frank J. Matera in Theological Studies, June 2006

    Resistance and Nonresistance: New Testament Perspectives on Confronting the Powers By Dorothy Jean Weaver, Eastern Mennonite Seminary, Harrisonburg, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2005

    The Origin, Function and Disappearance of the "Twelve": Continuity from Jesus to the Post-Easter Community? By Dietrich-Alex Koch, Westfalische-Wilhelms Universitat, Munster, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2005

    Intertextuality and Historical Approaches to the Use of Scripture in the New Testament By Steve Moyise in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2005

    Reconciliation in the General Epistles? By G J Steyn in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2005

    The Obedience of the Church as a Prelude to the Parousia: Ecclesial and Temporal Factors in New Testament Eschatology By Paul Hartwig in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2005

    Problems with Perichoresis By Oliver D. Crisp, University of Notre Dame, in Tyndale Bulletin, 2005

    The New Testament as Holy Ground By Nicholas King in The Way, 2005

    Jesus' Royal Entry into Jerusalem By Brent Kinman in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2005

    The Purpose and Preservation of the Jesus Tradition: Moderate Evidence for a Conserving Force in Its Transmission By Michael F. Bird in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2005

    Inaugurating the Kingdom of God and Defeating the Kingdom of Satan By Craig A. Evans in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2005

    The Jewish Roman World of Jesus A resource by James Tabor, with a variety of essays, pictures and pieces of information on Judaism in the first Century, the New Testament and Christian origins. 2004

    Assessing Representations of the Imperial Cult in New Testament Studies By Pieter J J Botha in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2004

    The Earliest Jesus Group in Jerusalem By Andries van Aarde in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2004

    "Text, Thought, and Practice in Qumran and Early Christianity," international symposium co-sponsored with the Hebrew University's Center for the Study of Christianity, January 11-13, 2004
  • Prophets and Prophecy in the Qumran Scrolls and the New Testament By George Brooke, University of Manchester
  • Demonology in the Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament By Hermann Lichtenberger, University of Tubingen
  • Passover at Gilgal: From Joshua to Qumran and Jesus By Etienne Nodet, Ecole Biblique
  • Contrasting Uses of the Greek Bible: Hellenistic-Jewish Literature and the New Testament By Tessa Rajak
  • We, You, They; Boundary Language in 4QMMT and the New Testament Epistles By Adele Reinhartz
  • Temple and Righteousness in Qumran and Early Christianity: Tracing the Social Difference between the Two Movements By Eyal Regev
  • Instances of Exegetical Closeness between the DDS and the New Testament, and Their Implications By Serge Ruzer
  • Special People or Special Books? On Qumran and New Testament Notions of Canon By Daniel Schwartz
  • A Messiah in Heaven? A Re-evaluation of Jewish and Christian Apocalyptic Traditions By Cana Werman

    On the Gospel Accounts of Peter's Denials of Christ By Edwin Chong in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, March 2004

    Pseudepigraphic Paulines in the New Testament By Eduard Verhoef in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2003

    The Religious Experience of Jesus The 2002-03 William James lecture by John Ashton, Harvard Divinity Bulletin

    The Foundation, Value and Meaning of Baptism in the New Testament By Jonanda Groenewald at the Annual Congress of the New Testament Society of South Africa, University of Natal, 22-25 April 2003

    Christian Origins: The New Testament and the People of God Synopsis of N.T. Wright's book by Andrew Perriman, 2003

    Virgin Mother or Bastard Child? By John Dominic Crossan, Emeritus Professor, DePaul University, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2003

    "Son of Man" and Exegetical Myths By Jean-Claude Loba-Mkole, Universitat des Saarlandes, Saarbrucken, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2003

    An Eternal Planting, A House of Holiness: The Self-Understanding of the Dead Sea Scrolls Community By Paul N.W. Swarup, Clare College, Cambridge, in Tyndale Bulletin, 2003

    Cilicia: The First Christian Churches in Anatolia By Mark Wilson, Regent University,Vancourver, in Tyndale Bulletin, 2003

    What Shall We Call Each Other? Part Two: The Issue of Self-designation in the Johanine Letters and Revelation By Paul Trebilco, University of Otago, New Zealand, in Tyndale Bulletin, 2003

    D52 (P. Rylands Gk. 457) and the Nomina Sacra: Method and Probability By L.W. Hurtado, University of Edinburgh, in Tyndale Bulletin, 2003

    Q Review By Peter M. Head and P.J. Williams, Tyndale House, Cambridge, in Tyndale Bulletin, 2003

    David in the Gospels By Margaret M. Daly-Denton in Word & World, Fall 2003

    Jesus and the Ossuaries By Craig A. Evans in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2003

    Greek Grammar and the Personality of the Holy Spirit By Daniel B. Wallace in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2003

    A Social Scientific Study of the Significance of the Jubilee in the New Testament By Gert Volschenk, Andries van Aarde in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2002

    The meaning of the word [foreign font omitted] in Lk 14:20; 17:27; Mk 12:25 and in a number of early Jewish and Christian authors By Sjef van Tilborg, Catholic University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2002

    The Herodians: A Case of Disputed Identity. A Review Article By David J. Bryan, St Andrew's Church, Haughton-le-Skerne, Darlington, in Tyndale Bulletin, 2002

    The New Testament Moses in the Context of Ancient Judaism By John D. Lierman, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, in Tyndale Bulletin, 2002

    The Reception of Luke and Acts in the Period before Irenaeus By Andrew Gregory, Lincoln College, Oxford, in Tyndale Bulletin, 2002

    What Shall We Call Each Other? Part One: The Issue of Self-designation in the Pastoral Epistles By Paul Trebilco, University of Otago, New Zealand, in Tyndale Bulletin, 2002

    The Church as the Body of Christ: Engaging an Image in the New Testament By Arland J. Hultgren in Word & World, Spring 2002

    Review Essay: Archaeology and Rabbi Jesus By Bruce Chilton in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2002

    Targum and New Testament By Roger Le Deaut in SIDIC Periodical, 2002

    Geography of the New Testament: Walk the Walk By Marianne Race, C.S.J. in Scripture from Scratch, 2001

    Gnosticism and the Creation of the Canon By Elizabeth McNamer in Scripture from Scratch, 2001

    The Great I-AM of the Lord God in Covenant with His People in the New Testament By John McKenna in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, Spring 2001

    Jesus and the Twelve By Scot McKnight in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2001

    pa/roikoj kai\ parepi/dhmoj: Proselyte Characterizations By Torrey Seland in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2001

    Altered States of Consciousness and New Testament Interpretation of Post-Resurrection Appearances By Phillip Wiebe in McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry, vol 4, 2001

    The Historical Jesus and the Historical Samaritans: What can be Said? By John P. Meier in Biblica, 2000

    A Monopoly on Marcan Priority? Fallacies at the Heart of Q By Mark S. Goodacre, University of Birmingham in Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers, 2000

    Scripture Readings That Subordinate Women In August 2000 the Irish Catholic Church proposed dropping seven texts from a proposed new Lectionary because they "give an undesirably negative impression regarding women." The Irish Bishops' new Domestic Violence document recommended these texts for deletion

    Final Report on the James Ossuary By Rochelle I. S. Altman, 5 November, 2000

    Peter and Paul: Confrontation at Antioch By Arthur Wells

    Perceptions of Crucifixion among Jews and Christians in the Ancient World By David W. Chapman in Tyndale Bulletin, 2000

    Presbuteroi Christianoi: Towards a Theory of Integrated Ministry By Stephen Richard North in Tyndale Bulletin, 2000

    Some Recently Published NT Papyri from Oxyrhynchus: An Overview and Preliminary Assessment By Peter M. Head, Tyndale House, Cambridge, in Tyndale Bulletin, 2000

    Jesus and Prophetic Actions By Scot McKnight in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2000

    Jesus and the Use of Greek: A Response to Maurice Casey By Stanley E. Porter in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2000

    Jesus' Baptism: Its Historicity and Implications By Robert L. Webb in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2000

    Empathy and the New Testament By L. Ann Jervis in McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry, vol 3, 2000

    The Present State of the 'Third Quest' for the Historical Jesus: Loss and Gain By John P. Meier in Biblica, 1999

    A Reconsideration of Pseudepigraphy in Early Christianity By J. Duff in Tyndale Bulletin, 1999

    New Testament Pseudonymity and Deception By T.L. Wilder in Tyndale Bulletin, 1999

    Women in Public Life in the Roman East By R.A. Kearsley, Macquarie University, Sydney, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1999

    Teaching the Parables to a Post-Modern Society By Samuel Lamerson in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, March-April 1999

    The State of the New Testament Canon in the Second Century: Putting Tatian's Diatessaron in Perspective By Craig D. Allert in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1999

    wO#$pn Ntn: Paradigms of Self-Sacrifice in Early Judaism and Christianity By Elaine A. Phillips in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1999

    Archaeology, New Testament, and Early Christianity By Alviero Niccacci, O.F.M. of the Studium Biblicum Franciscanum in Jerusalem, 1998

    Archaeology and the New Testament Bethlehem, Tomb of Lazarus, Machaerus, Capernaum and Tabgha. By Alviero Niccacci, O.F.M. of the Studium Biblicum Franciscanum in Jerusalem, 1998

    Everyday life in the time of Jesus By Frederick. Manns, O.F.M., Professor at Franciscan Biblicum Studium -- Jerusalem, 1998

    New Archaeological Discoveries at Cana of Galilee By Ignatius Mancini OFM, 1998

    The Language of the New Testament By Lars Rydbeck, Assistant Professor of New Testament, University of Lund, Lund, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1998

    The Protevangelium of James as an Alleged Parallel to Creative Historiography in the Synoptic Birth Narratives By Charles L Quarles in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1998

    The Holy Spirit in the New Testament By Pope John Paul II at the General Audience of Wednesday, May 20, 1998

    The Boat People By Patrick Noonan, O.F.M., 1997. During his stay in Capernaum and the surrounding region, Fr. Noonan reflected on what it may have been like during the first century. In his story he presents an original re-creation of Capernaum as he imagined it to be

    The Canon of the New Testament By Roger Nicole in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, March 1997

    Healing by a Mere Touch As a Christian Concept By Pieter J. Lalleman in Tyndale Bulletin, 1997

    Leadership and Lifestyle: Luke's Paul, Luke's Jesus and the Paul of 1 Thessalonians By Steve Walton in Tyndale Bulletin, 1997

    What Was John the Baptist Doing? By Colin Brown in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1997

    The Background of the "Son of God" Text By John J. Collins in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1997

    Comparing the Traditions: New Testament and Rabbinic Literature By Anthony J. Saldarini in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1997

    The Life of Martha of Bethany by Pseudo-Marcilia By Diane E. Peters in Theological Studies, September 1997

    Sadducees By Dr. de Lacey, Cambridge. First draft of article for revision of The New Bible Dictionary, 1996

    Baptism, Catechism, and the Eclipse of Jesus' Teaching In Early Christianity By Alan Kreider, Fellow and Lecturer in Church History, Regent's Park College, Oxford; Director of the Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1996

    Tasks of New Testament Scholarship By Martin Hengel in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1996

    Jerusalem in the New Testament By Pierre Federle in SIDIC Periodical, 1996

    Spatial Management of Gender and Labor in Greco-Roman Galilee By Marianne Sawicki, University of Kentucky, 1995

    The New Testament and the Examined Life: Thoughts on Teaching By Luke Timothy Johnson in The Christian Century, February, 1995

    'I Will Give You Rest': The Background and Significance of the Rest Motif in the New Testament By John Laansma in Tyndale Bulletin, 1995

    Christology And The Synoptic Problem By Peter M. Head in Tyndale Bulletin, 1995

    Exploring The Common Identification of Three New Testament Manuscripts: P 4, P 64 and P 67 By Philip W. Comfort, Visiting Professor in New Testament, Wheaton College, Illinois, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1995

    Notes on P 4 = Bibliotheque Nationale Paris, Supplementum Graece 1120/5 By Carsten Peter Thiede in Tyndale Bulletin, 1995

    Papyrus Magdalen Greek 17 (Gregory-Aland P64): A Reappraisal By Carsten Peter Thiede, Director, Institut fur Wissenschaftstheoretische Grundlagen Forschung, Paderborn, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1995

    A "Fluttering Flock" of Messengers? Women in the New Testament By Sarah S. Henrich, Luther Seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota, in Word & World, Summer 1995

    Jesus and the Renewal of Local Community in Galilee: Challenge to a Communitarian Christology By Jonathan A. Draper in Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 1994

    The Imagery of Birth Pangs in the New Testament By Conrad Gempf, Lecturer in New Testament, London Bible College, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1994

    The Ascetic Impulse in Ancient Christianity By Vincent L. Wimbush in Theology Today, 1993

    Progymnastic Rhetorical Composition and Pre-Gospel Traditions: A New Approach By Vernon K. Robbins, in The Synoptic Gospels: Source Criticism and the New Literary Criticism, 1993

    What Do We Mean by "First-Century Jewish Monotheism"? By L. W. Hurtado, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 1993

    Did Jesus Ever Teach in Greek? By Stanley E. Porter, Associate Professor of New Testament, Trinity Western University, Langley, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1993

    Not So Idle Thoughts about Eidolothuton By Ben Witherington III, Professor of New Testament, Ashland Theological Seminary, Ashland, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1993

    The Elders: Seniority in Earliest Christianity By R. Alastair Campbell, Lecturer in New Testament, dissertation abstract, Spurgeon's College, London, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1993

    Hierarchy Transfigured: Perspectives on Leadership in the New Testament By John Koenig, The General Theological Seminary, New York, in Word & World, 1993

    Jesus' Use of the Old Testament and the Genesis of New Testament Theology By E. Earle Ellis in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1993

    Jesus and the "Cave of Robbers": Toward a Jewish Context for the Temple Action By Craig A. Evans in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1993

    Let the Dead Bury their Dead: Rhetorical Features of Rabbinic and New Testament Literature By Herbert W. Basser Queens University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 1992

    Midrashic Form in the New Testament: A Study in Jewish Rhetoric of Likes and Opposites By Herbert W. Basser Queens University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 1992

    Midrashic Form in the New Testament: A Study in Jewish Rhetoric of Likes and Opposites By H.W. Basser, Queen's University, ca. 1991

    Philosophia as a Group-Designation in Graeco-Roman Society, Judaism, and Early Christianity By Steve Mason, Division of Humanities, York University. Learned Societies Conference, Victoria BC, May 1990

    New Testament Genre Criticism for the 1990s By Craig L. Blomberg in Themelios, Jan/Feb 1990

    Feminist Theological Interpretation of the New Testament By Robert Morgan in After Eve, 1990

    Failure: A New Testament Reflection By Brendan Byrne in The Way, 1989

    Crisis in Jerusalem? Narrative Criticism in New Testament Studies By Pheme Perkins in Theological Studies, June 1989

    The Changing Shape of New Testament Theology By John R. Donahue in Theological Studies, June 1989

    The Jews in Luke-Acts By Jon A. Weatherly, University of Aberdeen, in Tyndale Bulletin, May 1989

    Church and Temple in the New Testament  By I. Howard Marshall, Professor of New Testament Exegesis, King's College, Aberdeen, in Tyndale Bulletin, November 1989

    Mary Magdalene as Major Witness to Jesus' Resurrection By Daniel Kendall and Gerald O'Collins in Theological Studies, December 1987

    Appeasement or Resistance and Other Essays on New Testament Judaism Book by David Daube, 1987

    The Ascension in Luke-Acts By John F. Maile, Lecture in New Testament Studies, Spurgeon's College, London, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1986

    God in the New Testament: Preliminary Soundings By Pheme Perkins in Theology Today, 1985

    The Presence of Elijah in the New Testament By Jean Marc Pasquier in SIDIC Periodical, 1984

    The Death of Jesus in Recent New Testament Study By I. Howard Marshall, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland, in Word & World, 1983

    The Paschal Imagination: Objectivity and Subjectivity in New Testament Interpretation By Sandra M. Schneiders in Theological Studies, March 1982

    Special Calls in New Testament By Paul Molinari in The Way, 1981

    Legal Metaphors in the Epistles By Francis Lyall, Professor of Public Law, University of Aberdeen, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1981

    The Ministry of Women according to the New Testament By Elisabeth M. Tetlow, from Women and Ministry in the New Testament, Paulist Press, 1980

    The Delay of the Parousia By Richard J. Bauckham, Lecturer in the History of Christian Thought, University of Manchester, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1980

    'I Say, Not the Lord': Personal Opinion, Apostolic Authority and the Development of Early Christian Halakah By Peter Richardson, Principal, University College, University of Toronto, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1980

    What Is Preaching According to the New Testament? By Klaas Runia, T.D., Professor of Practical Theology, Theological Seminary of he Reformed Churches, Kampen, Netherlands, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1978

    The Ministry of Women in the Apostolic Generation By Adela Yarbro Collins, from Women Priests, Paulist Press 1977

    Women and the Apostolic Community By Madeleine 1. Boucher, from Women Priests, Paulist Press 1977

    The Apostleship of Women in Early Christianity By Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza in Women Priests, Paulist Press 1977

    Peter's Pentecost Sermon: A Limitation on Who May Minister? By Pheme Perkins in Women Priests, Paulist Press 1977

    Changing Forms of Ministry in the Early Church By Hamilton Hess in Sexism and Church Law, Paulist Press, 1977

    Women in the Early Church: A Problem of Perspective By Lloyd G.Patterson in Towards a New Theology of Ordination: Essays on the Ordination of Women, 1977

    The "Faith of Abraham" Theme in Paul, James and Hebrews: A Study in the Circumstantial Nature of New Testament Teaching By Richard N. Longenecker in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1977

    The Canon of the New Testament By Simon J. Kistemaker in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1977

    Women in the New Testament By Constance F. Parvey in SIDIC Periodical, 1976

    New Testament Communities in Transition: A Study of Matthew and Luke By Eugene A. LaVerdiere and William G. Thompson in Theological Studies, December 1976

    The New Testament and the Comic Genre By Dan O. Via, Jr., professor of religious studies at the University of Virginia, in The Christian Century, October 15, 1975

    Priesthood in the New Testament By Louis Weil in To Be a Priest, Seabury Press, 1975

    Presbyters in the Early Church By Massey H. Shepherd, Jr., in To Be a Priest, Seabury Press, 1975

    Resurgent Semitisms in the Testament Theology By Arthur H. Lewis, Bethel College, St. Paul, MN, in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1975

    The Problem of New Testament Exegesis By I. Howard Marshall, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1975

    Alexandria Troas By C.J. Hemer M.A., Ph.D., Tyndale House, Cambridge, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1975

    The Significance of Greek for Jews in the Roman Empire By Kurt Treu in Kairos, 1973

    The Virginal Conception of Jesus in the New Testament By Joseph A. Fitzmyer in Theological Studies, December 1973

    Some Ideas of Resurrection in the New Testament Period By J. W. Drane, M.A., Ph.D., Lecturer in Religious Studies, the University of Stirling, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1973

    Prayer in Luke-Acts By P. T. O'Brien, B.D., Lecturer in New Testament Studies, Moore Theological College, Sydney, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1973

    The Role of the Note-Taking Historian and His Emphasis on the Person and Work of Christ By W. Harold Mare, Ph.D. in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1972

    Abused Aorist By Frank Stagg in Journal of Biblical Literature, June 1972

    Formulas in New Testament Epistles By Terence Y. Mullins in Journal of Biblical Literature, September 1972

    Did Peter Go to Rome in AD 42? By W. Wenham, M.A., B.D., Warden, Latimer House, Oxford, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1972

    The New Testament Canon: Historical Process and Spirit's Witness By Nicolaas Appel in Theological Studies, December 1971

    The New Testament Canon: Historical Process and Spirit's Witness By Nicolaas Appel in Theological Studies, December 1971

    Church Functionaries: The Witness in the Literature and Archeology of the New Testament and Church Periods By W. Harold Mare, Ph.D. in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Fall 1970

    Can We Reproduce the Exegesis of the New Testament? By R. N. Longenecker, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of New Testament History and Theology, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, Illinois, U.S.A., in Tyndale Bulletin, 1970

    Christ in Our Place—The Contribution of the Prepositions By R. E. Davies, B.D., M. Th., Lecturer at All Nations Missionary College, Ware, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1970

    The Petrine Office in the New Testament By Myles M. Bourke in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1970

    Orthodoxy and heterodoxy in the New Testament By Neil J. McEleney in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1970

    The New Testament Doctrine of the State By Ronald B. Mayers, M.A., in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Fall 1969

    Ministry as Stewardship of the Tradition in the New Testament By Richard J. Dillon in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1969

    Greeting as a New Testament Form By Terence Y. Mullins in Journal of Biblical Literature, December 1968

    Concerning Jesus of Nazareth By Francis Wright Beare in Journal of Biblical Literature, June 1968

    The Servant of Lord in the Teaching of Jesus By R. T. France, M.A., B. D., Ph.D., Secretary of the Tyndale Fellowship, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1968

    Factors Promoting the Formation of the New Testament Canon By Wilber T. Dayton in Bulletin of the Evangelical Theological Society, Winter 1967

    The New Testament Interpretation of the Old Testament By G. W. Grogan, B.D. M.Th., Lecturer in Dogmatic Theology, London Bible College, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1967

    Does the New Testament Call Jesus God? By Raymond E. Brown in Theological Studies, December 1965

    The Delay of the Parousia By Stephen S. Smalley in Journal of Biblical Literature, March 1964

    What the New Testament consists of -- The Cannon Chapter 1 of A Historical Introduction to the New Testament by Robert M. Grant, 1963

    The Graeco-Roman World Chapter 17 of A Historical Introduction to the New Testament by Robert M. Grant, 1963

    Palestine In Graeco-Roman Times Chapter 18 of A Historical Introduction to the New Testament by Robert M. Grant, 1963

    The Church in the New Testament Chapter 21 of A Historical Introduction to the New Testament by Robert M. Grant, 1963

    In the Original Greek By G. C. Neal in Tyndale Bulletin, 1963

    Was there a "Messiah-Joshua" Tradition at the Turn of the Era? By Robert A. Kraft [written in 1961/62, in Manchester England]

    The Kingdom, the Power and the Glory By R. E. Nixon in Tyndale Bulletin, 1958

    Why Not Prophetic-Apocalyptic By George E. Ladd in Journal of Biblical Literature, September 1957

    The New Testament Doctrine of Baptism: An Essay in Biblical Theology By David M. Stanley in Theological Studies, June 1957

    Peter According to the D-Text of Acts By Joseph H. Crehan in Theological Studies, December 1957

    Rudolf Bultmann's Demythologizing of the New Testament By Myles M. Bourke in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1957

    The Problem of Itala By Herbert Musurillo in Theological Studies, March 1956

    Bulletin of the New Testament By John J. Collins and David M. Stanley in Theological Studies, December 1956

    Kingdom to Church: The Structural Development of Apostolic Christianity in the New Testament By David M. Stanley in Theological Studies, March 1955

    Bulletin of the New Testament By John J. Collins in Theological Studies, September 1954

    Bulletin of the New Testament By John J. Collins in Theological Studies, June 1952

    The Formulas Introducing Quotations of Scripture in the NT and the Mishnah By Bruce M. Metzger in Journal of Biblical Literature, December 1951

    How the Books of the New Testament were Selected Chapter 2 of An Introduction to the New Testament by Richard Heard, 1950

    The Critical Study of the New Testament Chapter 1 of An Introduction to the New Testament by Richard Heard, 1950

    The Growth of the Church Chapter 14 of An Introduction to the New Testament by Richard Heard, 1950

    The Coming of the Kingdom By Robert McQueen Grant in Journal of Biblical Literature, December 1948

    The Hatred of the House of Annas By Paul Gaetcher in Theological Studies, March 1947

    Tradition and the Roman Origin of the Captivity Letters By John T. Curran in Theological Studies, June 1945

    Our Daily Bread By John Hennig in Theological Studies, September 1943

    The New Testament Documents: Are they Reliable? By F. F. Bruce, M.A., D.D., F.B.A. 1943 book

    Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words These Dictionary topics are from W.E. Vine's M.A., Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words published in 1940 and without copyright

    Sadducees By James F. Driscoll in Catholic Encyclopedia, 1912

    The New Testament By Alfred Durand in The Catholic Encyclopedia, 1912

    Canon of the New Testament By George Reid in The Catholic Encyclopedia, 1908

    Sadducees By Kaufmann Kohler in the Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906

    Samaritans Executive Committee of the Editorial Board, A. Cowley, Joseph Jacobs and Henry Minor Huxley in the Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906

    Scribes By Isidore Singer, M. Seligsohn, Wilhelm Bacher and Judah David Eisenstein in the Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906

    Zealots By Kaufmann Kohler in the Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906

    New Testament Executive Committee of the Editorial Board and Kaufmann Kohler in the Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906

    Temple of Herod Executive Committee of the Editorial Board and George A. Barton in the Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906

    Christ's Treatment of the Old Testament By John P. Peters in Journal of Biblical Literature, 1896

    Outlines of the Life of Our Lord Book by Francis E. Gigot, SS, 1896

    The Historical Element in the New Testament By Joseph Henry Thayer in Journal of Biblical Literature, 1895

    On the Use of psyche and pneuma and Connected Words in the Sacred Writings By D.R. Goodwin in Journal of the Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis , December 1881

    An Exposition of the Epistles of St. Paul, and of the Catholic Epistles … consisting of an introduction to each epistle, an analysis of each chapter, a paraphrase of the sacred text, and a commentary, interspersed with moral reflections. By the Right Rev. John MacEvilly, 1875

    The Miracles of the New Testament By Nicholas Patrick Cardinal Wiseman. Scroll to page 165. In Essays on various subjects, volume 1, 1853

    Holyland Model of Ancient Jerusalem (66 C.E.) The reconstruction of Jerusalem at the time of the second temple, on the grounds of the Holyland Hotel Jerusalem, enables a glimpse at yesterday's scenes

    The Second Temple at the Time of Jesus By Shelley Cohney

    Capharnaum - The Town of Jesus These pages aim at providing a short but reliable and up-to-date summary of nineteen seasons of excavations (1968-1986) conducted in Capharnaum by the late Fr. Virgilio C. Corbo OFM and Fr. Stanislao Loffereda OFM

    Christian Sanctuaries in the Holy Land Bethlehem: Nativity, Shepherd's Fields, Capernaum, Mount Tabor, Nazareth: Annunciation, Holy Sepulchre, Holy Cenacle, Dominus Flevit, Tomb of Mary, Memorial of Moses, Way of the Cross, Basilica of Gethsemane, Kidron Valley, Shrine at Bethany

    Corinth Computer Project Historical background. Plan of the city of Corinth. Landscape of the area. Glossary of terms. Bibliography and links

    Second Temple Synagogues Donald D. Binder's site devoted to the study of synagogues which existed prior to the Jerusalem Temple's destruction in year 70 of the Common Era

    Biographical Sketches of Memorable Christians of the Past Biographies of many historical figures, presented in chronological order. The first few dozen are biblical figures


    NEW TESTAMENT CHARACTERS

    Select Circle: What Do We Know about Those Closest to Jesus? By Stephen M. MIller about Mary, John the Baptist, Peter, James and John

    Mary, Maid and Mother in Art and Literature By Jerome H. Neyrey, S.J. in Biblical Theology Bulletin, 1990

    Bible Passages on Mary the Mother of Jesus Courtesy of East Lewis County Catholic Community in Washington

    Tax Collectors and Sinners By Jirair S. Tashjian. The Pharisees complained that Jesus went to dinner parties with tax collectors and sinners. But who were these people? How did they fit in the world of their time?

    The House of Herod Family lineage charts of the Herods of the New Testament

    Pontius Pilate By Helen Bond in The Ecole Initiative

    Pontius Pilate By Arthur Barnes, Catholic Encyclopedia, 1911

    Pontius Pilate By Isidore Singer and Isaac Broyde in the Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906

    The Biography of an Invented Man Article by Ann Wroe in The Bible and Interpretation. One of the most intolerant acts of the state in history--the decision of the fifth Roman prefect of Judea to crucify Christ--was itself in the end, perhaps, an act of faith

    John the Baptist: Preparing the Way By Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, O.P. in Scripture from Scratch, 1999

    St. John the Baptist By Charles Souvay, Catholic Encyclopedia, 1910

    John the Baptizer in the Gospel Traditions Part of James Tabor 's "Jewish-Roman World of Jesus" web site

    Post-Biblical Traditions on John the Baptizer Part of James Tabor 's "Jewish-Roman World of Jesus" web site

    Essays on John the Baptizer Part of James Tabor 's "Jewish-Roman World of Jesus" web site

    Fire, Water, and Spirit: John the Baptist and the Tyranny of Canon By Steve Mason, Assistant Professor of Humanities/Religious Studies, York University, Ontario, Canada

    The Social Class of the Baptist: Dissident Retainer or Peasant Millennialist? By Johan Strijdom, Department of Classics, University of South Africa, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2004

    John the Baptist and the Kingdom of God By Knox Chamblin in Tyndale Bulletin, 1964

    Gospel and Judgment in the preaching of John the Baptist By Knox Chamblin in Tyndale Bulletin, 1963

    The Ministry of St. John the Baptist Book by Henry James Coleridge, SJ, 1882

    Salome By Karen Rae Keck in The Ecole Initiative

    Salome By James F. Driscoll, Catholic Encyclopedia, 1912

    The Twelve Apostles By Elizabeth McNamer in Scripture from Scratch

    The Other Apostles By Barbara Reid, O.P. in Scripture from Scratch

    St. Peter, Prince of the Apostles By Johann Peter Kirsch, The Catholic Encyclopedia, 1911

    Peter and Cephas: One and the Same By Dale C. Allison, Jr.in Journal of Biblical Literature, Fall 1992

    John the Apostle (Theologian) By Karen Rae Keck in The Ecole Initiative

    Bartholomew/Nathaniel By Karen Rae Keck in The Ecole Initiative

    St. Bartholomew By John Francis Fenlon, Catholic Encyclopedia. 1907

    Philip By Karen Rae Keck in The Ecole Initiative

    St. Philip the Apostle By Johann Peter Kirsch, Catholic Encyclopedia, 1911

    Jude Thaddeus (Judas of James) By Karen Rae Keck in The Ecole Initiative

    James By Karen Rae Keck in The Ecole Initiative

    St. James the Greater By Achille Camerlynck, Catholic Encyclopedia, 1910

    James, son of Alphæus By Karen Rae Keck in The Ecole Initiative

    St. James the Less By Achille Camerlynck, Catholic Encyclopedia, 1910

    Thomas By Karen Rae Keck in The Ecole Initiative

    St. Thomas the Apostle By Herbert Thurston, Catholic Encyclopedia, 1912

    Matthew By Karen Rae Keck in The Ecole Initiative

    St. Matthew By Jacque Eugene Jacquier, Catholic Encyclopedia, 1911

    Judas Iscariot By Karen Rae Keck in The Ecole Initiative

    Judas Iscariot By William Kent, Catholic Encyclopedia, 1910

    Was Judas Just Misunderstood? By Kylie Crabbe in Eureka Street, June 20, 2007

    Rehabilitating Judas Iscariot in French Literature By F Hale in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2006

    Matthias By Karen Rae Keck in The Ecole Initiative

    St. Matthias By Jacque Eugene Jacquier, Catholic Encyclopedia, 1911

    Mark By Karen Rae Keck in The Ecole Initiative

    St. Mark By Joseph MacRory, Catholic Encyclopedia, 1910

    James of Jerusalem By Karen Rae Keck in The Ecole Initiative

    Philip the Deacon By Karen Rae Keck in The Ecole Initiative

    Barnabas By Karen Rae Keck in The Ecole Initiative

    St. Barnabas By John Francis Fenlon, Catholic Encyclopedia, 1907

    Timothy By Karen Rae Keck in The Ecole Initiative

    Titus By Karen Rae Keck in The Ecole Initiative

    Mary Magdalene the Apostle: A Re-interpretation of Literary Traditions? By Judith Hartenstein in lectio difficilior, 2007

    The Search for Mary Magdalene By Pheme Perkins, Boston College, in The Christian Century, May 2006

    Mary Magadalene: Redeeming Her Gospel Role By Carol Ann Morrow in Catholic Update, 2006

    The Red-Haired Saint: Is Mary Magdaline Key to the Easter Narratives? By James T. Baker, professor of history at Western Kentucky University, in The Christian Century, April 1977

    Mary Magdalene By Karen Rae Keck in The Ecole Initiative

    St. Mary Magdalene By Hugh Pope, Catholic Encyclopedia, 1910

    James, Jesus' Brother By Bruce Chilton in The Bible and Interpretation

    Simon the Athlete By Bill MacCurtain SJ in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the English Jesuits, April 2009

    Women Leaders in the New Testament By J. Massynberde Ford, from Women Priests, Paulist Press 1977


    THE PHARISEES

    Did Jesus Quote Isaiah 29:13 against the Pharisees? An Unpopular Appraisal By Thomas R. Hatina, Trinity Western University, in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2006

    Pharisees By Dr. de Lacey, Cambridge. First draft of article for revision of The New Bible Dictionary, 1996

    Mr. Sanders's Pharisees and Mine By Jacob Neusner in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1992

    In Search of a Pharisee By D.R. de Lacey, Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, in Tyndale Bulletin, November 1992

    Pharisees and Pharisaism: Vital link in transmission of Torah By Luc Dequeker in SIDIC Periodical, 1977

    The Pharisees and the Hasidim By Sh'muel Sefrai in SIDIC Periodical, 1977

    The Woes Against the Scribes and Pharisees By Mary Kelly in SIDIC Periodical, 1977

    Pharisees By Douglas R. de Lacey in The Ecole Initiative

    Rivkin and Neusner on the Pharisees By Albert I. Baumgarten, Department of Jewish History, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel

    Pharisaic Dominance before 70 C.E. and the Gospels' Hypocrisy Charge By Steve Mason

    Current Scholarship on the Pharisees By Steve Mason

    Jesus and the Pharisees: Introduction to Debate Rhetoric By Herb Basser of Queen's University

    Pharisees By James F. Driscoll, Catholic Encyclopedia, 1911

    Pharisees By Kaufmann Kohler in the Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906

    Nomos in Josephus (with Special Reference to the Pharisees and Sadducees) By Steve Mason


    DEAD SEA SCROLLS

    Outline of Objects and Topics in Scrolls from the Dead Sea An exhibition divided into 5 sections: The world of the scrolls; the Qumran library; the Qumran community; today--2,000 years later; conclusion

    The Digital Dead Sea Scrolls Great Isaiah Scroll. Temple Scroll. War Scroll. Community Rule Scroll. Commentary on the Habakkuk Scroll

    Dead Sea Scrolls Educational site of the West Semitic Research Project

    Dead Sea Scrolls Scholarly site of the West Semitic Research Project

    Dead Sea Scrolls By Mahlon H. Smith. Timetable of Discovery & Debate, 2008

    Dead Sea Scrolls By Mahlon H. Smith. Important Texts, 2008

    Lost in Translation(s): Ascertaining the Impact and Influence of the Dead Sea Scrolls on Contemporary English Bible Translations through an Investigative Case Study on the Psalms By Andrew B. Perrin in McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry, vol 9, 2007-2008

    "Text, Thought, and Practice in Qumran and Early Christianity," international symposium co-sponsored with the Hebrew University's Center for the Study of Christianity, January 11?13, 2004
  • Special People or Special Books? On Qumran and New Testament Notions of Canon By Daniel Schwartz
  • Contrasting Uses of the Greek Bible: Hellenistic-Jewish Literature and the New Testament By Tessa Rajak
  • Divorce, Reproof and Other Sayings in the Synoptic Gospels: Jesus Traditions in the Context of "Qumranic" and Other Texts By Menahem Kister
  • The Gospel of John and the Dead Sea Scrolls By Harold Attridge
  • Demonology in the Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament By Hermann Lichtenberger, University of Tubingen
  • John and the Dead Sea Scrolls. Recent Perspectives on Johannine Dualism and its Background By Jorg Frey
  • We, You, They; Boundary Language in 4QMMT and the New Testament Epistles By Adele Reinhartz
  • Temple and Righteousness in Qumran and Early Christianity: Tracing the Social Difference between the Two Movements By Eyal Regev
  • Passover at Gilgal: From Joshua to Qumran and Jesus By Etienne Nodet, Ecole Biblique
  • Instances of Exegetical Closeness between the DDS and the New Testament, and Their Implications By Serge Ruzer
  • Qumran Commentaries in Graeco-Roman Context By Markus Bockmuehl, University of Cambridge
  • A Messiah in Heaven? A Re-evaluation of Jewish and Christian Apocalyptic Traditions By Cana Werman
  • Prophets and Prophecy in the Qumran Scrolls and the New Testament By George Brooke, University of Manchester

    Lost in Translation(s): Ascertaining the Impact and Influence of the Dead Sea Scrolls on Contemporary English Bible Translations through an Investigative Case Study on the Psalms By Andrew B. Perrin in McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry, vol 9, 2007-2008

    The Sacrifice of Isaac in Qumran Literature By Joseph A. Fitzmeyer, Biblica , 2002

    'She is the beginning of all the ways of perversity': Femininity and Metaphor in 4Q184 By Melissa Aubin, Florida State University, Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal, Spring 2001

    The Dead Sea Scrolls By Elizabeth McNamer in Scripture from Scratch, 2000

    The Last Battle of the Great Dead Sea Scrolls War By Paul V.M. Flesher in The Bible and Interpretation, December 2000

    Jerusalem's Essene Gateway: Where the Community Lived in Jesus' Time By Pargil Pixner in Biblical Archaeological Review, May/June 1997

    The Sadducean Origins of the Dead Sea Sectarians By Sandra S. Williams of the Judaic Studies Program, University of Central Florida, 1996

    Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls Hebrew University, Jerusalem

    Dead Sea Scroll Project Oriental Institute, U of Chicago

    Dead Sea Scroll Web Page At the Divinity School of the University of St Andrews

    A Fragment of an Unstudied Column of 11 QtgJob: A Preliminary Report By Bruce Zuckerman, University of Southern California, in collaboration with Stephen A. Reed, Africa University

    Scroll Origins: An Exchange on the Qumran Hypothesis By Joseph Fitzmyer, Department of Biblical Studies,Catholic University

    The Gospel of John and the Dead Sea Scrolls By Harold Attridge

    The Eschatologizing of Wisdom in the Dead Sea Scrolls By John J. Collins, Yale University

    The Categories of Rich and Poor in the Qumran Sapiential Literature By Benjamin G. Wright III, Lehigh University

    What really are the Dead Sea Scrolls? By Lawrence H. Schiffman, 1996

    What They Found in the Caves: Let's Go to the Scrolls By Joseph A. Fitzmyer in Commonweal, Dec 18, 1992

    A 'Slain Messiah' in 4Q Serekh Milhuamah (4Q285)? By Markus Bockmuehl in Tyndale Bulletin, May 1992

    Vested with Adam's Glory: Moses as the Luminous Counterpart of Adam in the Dead Sea Scrolls and in the Macarian Homilies By Andrei Orlov in Xristianskij Vostok, 2002

    4Q246 By Edward M. Cook in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1995

    A Preliminary Edition of 4QPsj (4Q91) By Peter Flint, Eugene Ulrich, and Patrick W. Skehan in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1998

    Did Qumran Expect Two Messiahs? By L. D. Hurst in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1999

    Melchizedek as a Messiah at Qumran By Paul Rainbow in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1997

    Moral Purification in 1QS By Casey Toew in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2003

    Questions of Canon Viewed through the Dead Sea Scrolls By James C. VanderKam in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2001

    The New Israel: The Community of Matthew and the Community of Qumran By Henry Wansbrough, OSB, Oxford University Faculty of Theology, 1999

    The Chiastic Structure of Psalm 151 By J. Bjornar Storfjell in Andrews University Seminary Studies, 1987

    New Testament Fragments at Qumran? By C. J. Hemer, M.A., Ph.D., in Tyndale Bulletin, 1972

    The Dead Sea Habakkuk Scroll By Professor F. F. Bruce, M.A., D.D., in The Annual of Leeds University Oriental Society, 1958/59

    The Pesher to Habakkuk Directory of a Dead Sea Scroll. Text and translation

    Late Biblical Hebrew And The Qumran Pesher Habakkuk By Ian Young in Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 2008

    The Holy Spirit in the Dead Sea Scrolls By Alex R. G. Deasley in Wesley Theological Journal, 1986

    Implications of the New Enoch Literature from Qumran By Joseph A. Fitzmyer in Theological Studies, June 1977

    An American Use of the Prone By James Carmody in Theological Studies, June 1958

    4Q Testimonia" and the New Testament By Joseph A. Fitzmyer in Theological Studies, December 1957

    The Qumran Scrolls, the Ebionites and their Literature By Joseph A. Fitzmyer in Theological Studies, September 1955

    The Habakkuk Scroll and a Controversy By Frederick L. Moriarty in Theological Studies, June 1952

    Sectarian Psalms from the Dead Sea By George S. Glanzman in Theological Studies, December 1952




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