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  1. The Gospel of Mark and the Roman-Jewish War of 66-70 CE

    Stephen Simon Kimondo

    Pickwick / JUL 2018

    This book interprets Mark's gospel in light of the Roman-Jewish War of 66–70 CE. Locating the authorship of Mark's gospel in rural Galilee or southern Syria after the fall of... read more »
  2. The Irony of Power

    Dorothy Jean Weaver

    Pickwick / JUN 2017

    This volume engages the Gospel of Matthew in full awareness of its inherently political character. Weaver situates Matthew's version of the "good news of the kingdom" squarely within the "real... read more »
  3. The Nature of Things

    Graham Buxton, Norman C. Habel

    Pickwick / NOV 2016

    In 2015 a conference on "Rediscovering the Spiritual in God's Creation" was held at the Serafino winery complex in the McLaren Vale region of South Australia. The aim of the conference was not to... read more »
  4. A Smaller God

    Petri Merenlahti

    Cascade / DEC 2014

    The Bible is a perplexing book. It blends primitive beliefs with timeless truths, swings between compassionate love and ruthless violence, and forms a sympathetic heavenly father from the remains... read more »
  5. Paul and the Politics of Difference

    Jae Won Lee

    Pickwick / AUG 2014

    Paul lies at the core of the constant debate about the opposition between Christianity and Judaism in biblical interpretation and public discourse as well. The so-called new perspective on Paul has... read more »
  6. Orality and Literacy in Early Christianity

    Pieter Botha

    Cascade / NOV 2012

    The history of the Jesus movement and earliest Christianity requires careful attention to the characteristics and peculiarities of oral and literate traditions. Understanding the distinctive... read more »
  7. Oral Tradition in Ancient Israel

    Robert D. Miller, II, OFS

    Cascade / SEP 2011

    Providing a comprehensive study of "oral tradition" in Israel, this volume unpacks the nature of oral tradition, the form it would have taken in ancient Israel, and the remains of it in the... read more »
  8. Luke-Acts and Empire

    , David Esterline, et al.…

    Pickwick / JAN 2011

    In recent years, scholars have explored anew the interface between the early Christian movements and the Roman Empire. Once thought to be quietistic, the early Christian movements turn out to have... read more »
  9. The Case for Mark Composed in Performance

    Antoinette Wire

    Cascade / JAN 2011

    Is it possible to make a case that the Gospel of Mark was not composed by a single man from scattered accounts but in a process of people's telling Jesus' story over several decades? And what can... read more »
  10. From Orality to Orality

    James A. Maxey

    Cascade / SEP 2009

    In this groundbreaking work, Bible translation is presented as an expression of contextualization that explores the neglected riches of the verbal arts in the New Testament. Going beyond a... read more »

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