Journal of Biblical and Pneumatological Research
The Journal of Biblical and Pneumatological Research (JBPR) is a new international peer-reviewed academic serial dedicated to narratively and rhetorically minded exegesis of biblical and related texts. Potential topics include theological and pneumatological interpretation, the role of spiritual experience with authorial, canonical, and contemporary contexts, and the contextual activity of Ruach Yahweh, Ruach Elohim, and various identifications of the Holy Spirit. JBPR hopes to stimulate new thematic and narrative-critical exploration and discovery in both traditional and under-explored areas of research.
Volume 5 (2013)
Editor's Overview of Volume 5 ∙ 1
The Rebirth of Prophecy: Trajectories from Moses to Jesus and His Followers ∙ 3 or 4?
"Emotional" Temptation and Jesus' Spiritual Victory at Markan Gethsemane ∙ X
BART B. BRUEHLER
Reweaving the Texture of Luke 16:14-18 ∙ X
If This Man Were a Prophet He Would Have Known . . . (Luke 7:39) ∙ X
Who Searches Hearts and What Does He Know in Romans 8:27? ∙ X
PIETER DE VRIES
The Relationship between the Glory of YHWH and the Spirit of YHWH in the Book of Ezekiel--Part One ∙ X
Review of John Christopher Thomas, The Apocalypse: A Literary and Theological Commentary (Daniel F. Stramara, Jr) ∙ X
Review of James A. Kelhoffer, Persecution, Persuasion and Power: Readiness to Withstand Hardship as a Corroboration of Legitimacy in the New Testament (Jeffrey Brickle) ∙ X
Review of Kathleen M. Rochester, Prophetic Ministry in Jeremiah and Ezekiel (Pieter De Vries) ∙ X