ACHIEVEMENTS BY MEMBERS OF FBS
This page lists those achivements by members of the Fellowship for Biblical Studies that are brought to the attention of members, which occurs at the Annual General Meeting in early November each year. There are many others that have not been notified. Members are invited to forward details of achievements to Brian Incigneri to have them added to this page.
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2013

Appointments, Activities and Honours

Rosemary CanavanAppointed as Dean of Catholic Theological College.
Mary ColoeAppointed by the Pontifical Council for Christian Unity to participate in a 5-year dialogue between the Catholic Church and the Disciples (Church) of Christ.
Anne ElveyAnne is editor of Colloquium: The Australian and New Zealand Theological Review and managing editor of Plumwood Mountain: An Australian Journal of Ecopoetry and Ecopoetics; http://plumwoodmountain.com. Anne’s poem “To Drag the Saints back from Heaven,” which appeared in Meanjin 72, no. 2 (Winter 2013), has been selected to appear in The Best Australian Poems 2013 (ed. Lisa Gorton; Collingwood: Black Inc., 2013).
Francis MoloneyFrank has been a visiting Professor at the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, CA, for the Spring Semester for the academic year 2012–13 and Mullen Professor at St Mary Seminary and Graduate School in Cleveland, OH, for the Fall semester for the academic year 2013–14. He delivered the annual Mullen Lecture at St Mary Seminary and Graduate School: “Love in the Gospel of John: To What End?” He participated in the EConferences sponsored by the Broken Bay Institute (NSW) and the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference: The Gospel of Mark, in collaboration with Dr Michelle Connelly RSJ (Thursday, 30 May 2013); and the Gospel of John, in collaboration with Professor Dorothy Lee (Wednesday, 16 October 2013).

Publications

Frank Anderson and (non-member) Dean Forbes“Dwelling on Spelling,” in Diachrony in Biblical Hebrew (eds Cynthia Miller-Naude and Zioni Zevit; Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2012) 127–45.
“Matres Lectionis: Biblical Hebrew,” in Encyclopedia of Hebrew Language and Linguistics (Leiden: Brill, 2013) 2:607–11.
Don Barker“Divorce Agreement,” in New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity (Vol 10; Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 2012) 114–18.
“Ancient Christian Hymn with Musical Notation: Papyrus Oxyrrhynchus 1786: Texts and Commentary” (Book Review), Classical Review 63:1 (2013) 95–97.
E. C. Boase“The Cursing Psalms: What Are They, Why Are They There and How Do We Pray Them Today?” New Norcia Studies 20 (2012) 59–65 [also published in Tjuringa 82 (2012) 13–23].
“Blurring the Boundaries: The Rhetoric of Lament and Penitence in Isaiah 63:7–64:11,” in Spiritual Complaint: The Theology and Practice of Lament (eds Miriam J. Bier and Tim Bulkely; Eugene: Pickwick, 2013) 71–76.
Elizabeth Boase and Steve Taylor“Public Lament” in Spiritual Complaint: The Theology and Practice of Lament (eds Miriam J. Bier and Tim Bulkeley; Eugene: Pickwick, 2013) 205–27
Brendan Byrne“Paul: Model of Easter Faith” in The Summit 40/1 4–5
“Paul, Who Do You Think You Are?#148; The Bible Today 51/5 (September/October 2013) 281–87.
Alan CadwalladerPieces of Ease and Grace (Adelaide: ATF Press, 2013).
“Surprised by Faith: A Centurion and a Canaanite Query the Limits of Jesus and the Disciples” in Pieces of Ease and Grace (ed. A. H. Cadwallader; Adelaide: ATF Press, 2013) 85–100.
“Writing Pieces of Ease and Grace into the Garden of Love,” in Pieces of Ease and Grace (ed. A. H. Cadwallader; Adelaide: ATF Press, 2013) ix–xviii.
“Towards a Theology of the Child,” in Child Sexual Abuse, Society and the Future of the Church (ed. H. D. Regan; Interface 16/1; Adelaide: ATF Press, 2013) 15–28.
Where the Wild Ox Roams: Biblical Essays in Honour of Norman C. Habel (ed. A. H. Cadwallader; Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix, 2013).
“The Peasant, the Farmer and the Gardener; Approaches to the Environment of the Mustard Seed,” in Where the Wild Ox Roams (ed. A. H. Cadwallader; Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix, 2013) 129–44.
“Name Punning and Social Stereotyping: Reinscribing Slavery in the Letter to Philemon,” Australian Biblical Review 61 (2013) 18–21.
“Roman Province of Asia,” in The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Archaeology (eds D. M. Master, A. Faust, B. A. Nakhai, L. M. White and J. Zangenburg; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013) sv.
“Inter-city Conflict in the Story of St Michael of Chonai,” in Religious Conflict from Early Christianity to the Rise of Islam (eds D. Luckensmeyer and W. Mayer; Arbeiten zur Kirchengeschichte 121; Tübingen: De Gruyter, 2013) 109–28.
“Greeks in Colossae: Shifting Allegiances in the Letter to the Colossians and Its Context,” in Attitudes to Gentiles in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity (eds D. C. Sim and J. S. McLaren; London/New York; Continuum, 2013).
“Changing Attitudes [Mark 10:46–52],” Eremos 122 (2013) 4–9.
Antony F. Campbell“Pentateuch beyond Sources,” Australian Biblical Review 61 (2013) 18–29.
Rosemary CanavanClothing the Body of Christ at Colossae: A Visual Construction of Identity (Tübingen: Mohr, Siebeck, 2012)
Antoinette Collins“Subdue and Conquer: An Ecological Perspective on Genesis 1:28” in Creation is Groaning: Biblical and Theological Perspectives (ed. Mary L. Coloe; Collegeville, Minnesota: Liturgical Press, 2013) 19–32.
“The Temple Scroll: ‘The Day of Blessing’ or ‘The Day of Creation’—Insights on Shekinah and Sabbath,” in Keter Shem Tov: Essays on the Dead Sea Scrolls in Memory of Alan Crown (eds Shani Tzoref and Ian Young; Piscataway: Gorgias Press, 2013) 371–81.
Mary ColoeA Friendly Guide to John’s Gospel (Mulgrave, John Garratt, 2013).
Creation is Groaning: Biblical and Theological Perspectives (ed. Mary L. Coloe; Collegeville, Minnesota: Liturgical Press, 2013).
“Creation in the Gospel of John,” in Creation is Groaning: Biblical and Theological Perspectives (ed. Mary L. Coloe; Collegeville, Minnesota: Liturgical Press, 2013) 71–90.
“The Gospel according to John: Introduction,” in Anselm Academic Study Bible: New American Bible Revised Edition (ed. Carolyn Osiek; Winona, Minnesota; Anselm Academic, 2013) 1716–22.
“The Mother of Jesus: A Woman Possessed,” in Character Studies in the Gospel of John (eds Steven A. Hunt, D. Francois Tolmie and Ruben Zimmerman; WUNT 1/314; Tübingen: Mohr, Siebeck, 2012) 196–207.
“The Servants and Steward at Cana,” in Character Studies in the Gospel of John (eds Steven A. Hunt, D. Francois Tolmie and Ruben Zimmerman; WUNT 1/314; Tübingen: Mohr, Siebeck, 2012) 222–26.
“‘Behold the Lamb of God’: John 1:29 and the Tamid Service,” in Festschrift in Honour of Prof. Frédéric Manns (ed. L. Daniel Shrupcala; Jerusalem: Studium Biblicum Franciscanum, 2013) 245–57.
“‘Gentiles in the Gospel of John: Narrative Possibilities. John 12:12–43,” in Attitudes to Gentiles in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity (eds D. C. Sim and J. S. McLaren; London/New York; Continuum, 2013).
“Father’s House, My,” in Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception (eds Jr., Volker Leppin, Choon-Leong Seow, Hermann Spieckermann, Barry Dov Walfish, Eric Ziolkowski; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2013) online database.
Malcolm Coombes1 John: Epistle as a Relecture of the Gospel of John (Melbourne: Mosaic Press, 2013).
Elizabeth Dowling and Veronica Lawson“Women, Eucharist and Good News to All Creation in Mark,” in Reinterpreting the Eucharist: Explorations in Feminist Theology and Ethics (eds Anne Elvey, Carol Hogan, Kim Power and Claire Renkin; Sheffield: Equinox, 2013) 78–90.
“‘An Earth Community Being Shattered by Displacement’: Mercy Perspectives,” SeaChanges 6 (2013)1–22.
Anne ElveyReinterpreting the Eucharist: Explorations in Feminist Theology and Ethics (eds Anne Elvey, Carol Hogan, Kim Power and Claire Renkin; Sheffield: Equinox, 2013).
Climate Change—Cultural Change: Religious Responses and Responsibilities (eds Anne Elvey and David Gormley O’Brien; Preston: Mosaic Press, 2013).
“Rethinking Neighbour Love: A Conversation between Political Theology and Ecological Ethics” in Where the Wild Ox Roams: Biblical Essays in Honour of Norman C. Habel (ed. A. H. Cadwallader; Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix, 2013) 58–75.
“Interpreting the Time: Climate Change and the Climate in/of the Gospel of Luke,” in Climate Change—Cultural Change: Religious Responses and Responsibilities (eds Anne Elvey and David Gormley O’Brien; Preston: Mosaic Press, 2013) 78–91.
“Living for One Another: Eucharistic Hospitality as Ecological Hospitality,” in Reinterpreting the Eucharist: Explorations in Feminist Theology and Ethics (eds Anne Elvey, Carol Hogan, Kim Power and Claire Renkin; Sheffield: Equinox, 2013) 186–205.
Anne Gardner“‘Holy Ones’ and‘(Holy) People in Daniel’ and1QM,” in Keter Shem Tov: Collected Essays on the Dead Sea Scrolls in Memory of Alan Crown (eds. Shani Tzoref and Ian Young; Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures and Its Contexts 20; Piscataway: Gorgias Press, 2013) 151–84.
David R. Jackson“Developing a Biblical Studies Curriculum in a Christian School,” Journal of Christian Education) 54.2 (2011) 63–75.
“Angel”; “Descent into Hades”; “Devil; Satan; Evil”; “Demonic”; “Divorce”; “Intertestamental History and LIterature”; “Jude, Letter from”; “ Kittim”; “Peter, First Letter from”; “ Peter, Second Letter from”;“Sex, Biblical Teaching on”; “Sons of God,” in Baker Illustrated Bible Dictionery (eds Temper Longman III, Peter Enns and Mark Strauss; Grand Rapids: Baker, 2013).
Colin Kruse“Notes on John 10:1–18,” Bible Study Magazine (Logos Research Systems, Bellingham, WA) Jan–Feb 2013.
James McLaren“Early Christian Polemic against Jews and the Persecution of Christians in Rome by Nero,” in Religious Conflict from Early Christianity to Early Islam (eds Wendy Mayer and Bronwen Neil; Arbeiten zur Kirchengeschichte 121; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2013) 39–50.
“The Jews in Rome during the Flavian Period,” Antichthon 47 (2013) 156–72.
Francis J. MoloneyLove in the Gospel of John. An Exegetical, Theological and Literary Study (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2013).
The Resurrection of the Messiah. A Narrative Commentary on the Resurrection Accounts in the Four Gospels (New York: Paulist Press, 2013).
“Synchronic Interpretation,” in The Oxford Encyclopaedia of Biblical Interpretation (2 Vols; New York: Oxford University Press, 2013) 2:345–54.
“The Parables of Enoch and the Johannine Son of Man,” in Parables of Enoch: A Paradigm Shift (eds James H. Charlesworth and Darrell L. Bock; Jewish and Christian Text Series 11; London/New Yok: Bloomsbury, 2013) 269–93.
“The Love Theme in the Gospel of John,” in Rediscovering John: Essays on the Fourth Gospel in Honour of Frédéric Manns (ed. L. Daniel Chrupcala; Studium Biblicum Francescanum; Analecta 80; Milan: Edizioni Terra Santa, 2013) 173–92.
Constructing Jesus and the Son of Man,” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 75 (2013) 719–38.
“The Gift of the Johannine Spirit-Paraclete,” Summit 40/2 (2013) 4–5.
“The International Theological Commission’s ‘Theology Today’ and ‘Listening to the Word of God,’” Lantayan: A Pastoral-Theological Journal 12 (2013–14); Published in Manila, but not currently available in Australia.
Stuart MoranA Friendly Guide to Luke’s Gospel (Mulgrave: Garratt Publishing, 2013
Dermot Nestor“We Are Family: Deuteronomy 18 and the Boundaries of an Israelite Identity,” The Bible and Critical Theory 9:1 (2013) 48–64.
“Somewhere under the Rainbow: Noah’s Altar and the Archaeology of Cult in Ancient Israel” in Opening Heaven’s Floodgates: The Genesis Flood Narrative; Its Context and Reception (ed. J. Silverman; Piscataway, NJ: Georgias Press, 2013) 249–90.
“If Not Now, When? The Ecological Potential of Isaiah’s ‘New Things,’” in Creation is Groaning (Collegeville, Minnesota: Liturgical Press, 2013) 33–56.
Jon Newton“Story-lines in the Book of Revelation, Australian Biblical Review 61 (2013) 61–78.
New Frontiers: Redefining Christian Ministry in 21st Century Contexts (ed. Jon Newton; Preston: Mosaic Press, 2013).
“Worldview Wars: Battling for the Mind in the 21st Century,” in New Frontiers: Redefining Christian Ministry in 21st Century Contexts (ed. Jon Newton; Preston: Mosaic Press, 2013).
Mark O’BrienThe ABC of Sunday Matters, Reflections on the Lectionary Readings for Years A, B and C (Adelaide: ATF Press, 2013
John PryorJesus Reburied? The Mystery of the Jesus Family Tomb (Melbourne: Mosaic Press, 2013).
Martin A. Shields“What has Qohelet to do with Qumran?” in Keter Shem Tov: Essays on the Dead Sea Scrolls in Memory of Alan Crown (eds Shani Tzoref and Ian Young; Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2013) 195–213.
“Qoheleth and Royal Autobiography,” in The Words of the Wise Are Like Goads: Engaging Qohelet in the Twenty-First Century (eds Mark Boda, Tremper Longman, and Cristian Ra?; Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2013.
“Atbash”; “Bible Code”; “Bowels”; “Creation and Science”; “Death”; “The Deep”; “Directions”; “Dragon”; “Education in Bible Times”; “Eve”; “Firstborn”; “Goad”; “Hippopotamus”; “Judge (Office)”; “Kidney”; “Koheleth/Qoheleth”; “Lion”; “Marduk”; “Marriage”; “Number Systems and Number Symbolism”; “Outer Space”; “Queen of Heaven”; “Shibboleth”; “Stars”; “Sun”; “Time, Meaning of,” in Baker Illustrated Bible Dictionary (eds Tremper Longman III, Peter Enns and Mark Strauss; Grand Rapids: Baker, 2013
Review of John H. Walton, “The NIV Application Commentary: Job,” RBL (2013).
Review of Jennie Barbour, The Story of Israel in the Book of Qohelet: Ecclesiastes as Cultural Memory, JHS 13 (2013): http://www.jhsonline.org/reviews/reviews_new/review662.htm.
Review of Mark Sneed, “The Politics of Pessimism in Ecclesiastes: A Social-Science Perspective,” RBL (2013).
D. C. Sim and J. S. McLarenAttitudes to Gentiles in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity (eds D. C. Sim and J. S. McLaren; Library of New Testament Studies 499; London: Bloomsbury T & T Clark, 2013)
D. C. Sim“Conflicts in the Canon: The Pauline Literature and the Gospel of Matthew,” in Religious Conflict from Early Christianity to the Rise of Islam (eds W. Mayer and B. Neil; Arbeiten Zur Kirchengeschichte 121; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2013) 71–86.
“Gentiles, God-Fearers and Proselytes,” in Attitudes to Gentiles in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity (eds D. C. Sim and J. S. McLaren; Library of New Testament Studies 499; London: Bloomsbury T & T Clark, 2013) 9–27.
“The Attitudes to Gentiles in the Gospel of Matthew” in Attitudes to Gentiles in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity (eds D. C. Sim and J. S. McLaren; Library of New Testament Studies 499; London: Bloomsbury T & T Clark, 2013) 173–90.
“Jews, Christians and Gentiles: Observations and Some Concluding Remarks,” in Attitudes to Gentiles in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity (eds D. C. Sim and J. S. McLaren; Library of New Testament Studies 499; London: Bloomsbury T & T Clark, 2013) 269–66.
Dean Spalding (et al)Eight Bible studies for use in Advent Year A called “Reimagining Matthew.”.
Richard Treloar“Esther’s ‘Coming Out’ as Costly Redemption: Living Through and Beyond the Violence of Othering,” in Pieces of Ease and Grace: Biblical Essays on Sexuality and Welcome (ed. Alan H. Cadwallader; Adelaide: ATF Theology, 2013) 53–69.
Howard Wallace and (non-member) John BottomleyHope for Justice and Reconciliation (Melbourne: UAP, 2013)
Sean F. Winter“Immense, Unfathomed and Unrefined”: The Grace of God in Creation, Church and Community (ed. Sean F. Winter; Melbourne: United Academic, 2013).
“Re-enacting Grace: Charis in 2 Corinthians 8–9,” in “Immense, Unfathomed and Unrefined”: The Grace of God in Creation, Church and Community (ed. Sean F. Winter; Melbourne: United Academic, 2013).
“Paul’s Atittudes to the Gentiles,” in Attitudes to Gentiles in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity (eds D. C. Sim and J. S. McLaren; Library of New Testament Studies 499; London: Bloomsbury T & T Clark, 2013).
“Immense, Unfathomed and Unconfined”: The Grace of God in Creation, Church and Community (ed. Sean F. Winter; Melbourne: United Academic, 2013).
Ian Young“‘Loose Language’ in 1QIsaa,” in Keter Shem Tov: Collected Essays on the Dead Sea Scrolls in Memory of Alan Crown (eds. Shani Tzoref and Ian Young; Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures and Its Contexts 20; Piscataway: Gorgias Press, 2013) 89–112.
“The Contrast between the Qumran and Masada Scrolls in the Light of New Data,” in Keter Shem Tov: Collected Essays on the Dead Sea Scrolls in Memory of Alan Crown (eds Shani Tzoref and Ian Young; Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures and Its Contexts 20; Piscataway: Gorgias Press, 2013) 113–19.
“Collectives: Biblical Hebrew,” in Encyclopedia of Hebrew Language and Linguistics (ed. Geoffrey Khan; Leiden: Brill, 2013) 477–79.
“Patterns Of Linguistic Forms In The Masoretic Text: The Preposition ‘From,’” in Interested Readers: Essays on the Hebrew Bible in Honor of David J. A. Clines (eds James K. Aitken, Christl Maier and Jeremy Clines; Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2013) 385–400.
Rachelle Gilmour and
Ian Young
“Saul’s Two Year Reign in 1 Samuel 13:1,” Vetus Testamentum 63 (2013) 150–54.
(Non-member) Shani Tzoref and Ian YoungKeter Shem Tov: Collected Essays on the Dead Sea Scrolls in Memory of Alan Crown (eds. Shani Tzoref and Ian Young; Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures and Its Contexts 20; Piscataway: Gorgias Press, 2013).
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2014

Appointments, Activities and Honours

Darren CronshawEditor-in-Chief, UNOH Publications (until June 2014).
Darren CronshawSenior Editor, International Society for Urban Mission (from September 2014).
Darren CronshawFellow of the Higher Education Research and Development Association of Australasia (FHERDSA) (from July 2014).
Jon NewtonAppointed as Dean of Postgraduate Studies at Harvest Bible College.
David SimElected as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities.

Publications

Liz Boase“Grounded in the Body: A Bakhtinian Reading of Lamentations 2 from Another Perspective,” Biblical Interpretation 22(3)/2014 292–306.
“The Traumatised Body: Communal Trauma and Somatisation,” in Trauma and Traumatization in Individual and Collective Dimensions: Insights from Biblical Studies and Beyond (eds Eve-Marie Becker, Jan Dochhorn, Else K. Holt, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 2014) 192–208.
Edward Bridge“A Mother's Influence: Mothers naming Children in the Hebrew Bible,” VT 64 (2014) 389–400.
“Who killed the Kings? An Ancient Whodunnit: 2 Kings vs. the Tel-Dan Inscription,” Ancient History: Resources for Teachers 40.2 (2010) 139–50 (publication date is 2013; appeared in February 2014).
“The ‘Slave’ is the ‘Master’: Jacob’s Servile Language to Esau in Genesis 33:1–17,” JSOT 38 (2014) 263–78.
“Ostraca,” “Patriarchs,” “Uriah the Hittite,” in Lexham Bible Dictionary (eds J. D. Barry, L. Wentz [Asst], et al; Bellingham: Logos Research Systems, 2012+) (epub) (entry appeared in 2014).
Brendan ByrneLife Abounding: A Reading of John’s Gospel (Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press/Strathfield, NSW: St Paul's Publications, 2014).
“Jerusalems Above and Below: A Critique of J. L. Martyn’s Interpretation of the Hagar-Sarah Allegory in Gal 4:21–5.1,” New Testament Studies 60 (2014) 215–21.
“The Qumran Melchizedek Scroll and the Gospel of Mark: Coherence and Contrast in Soteriology,” Pacifica 27( 2014) 123–48.
Alan Cadwallader“Pedalling the Death of a Life: A Late Victorian Variation on Dealing with Grief,” in Journal of Religious History 35.1 35–52.
“History as Bulwark, Bridge and Bulldozer: Dei Verbum and Ecumenical, Biblical Endeavour,” in God’s Word and the Church’s Council (eds Christopher Monaghan and Mark O’Brien; Adelaide: ATF Press) 207–24.
“‘Advisers or Fellow-revisers’: Recognition, Status and the Revised Version,” Journal of Anglican Studies 12.1 59–81.
“The Struggle for Paul in the Context of Empire: Mark as a Deutero-Pauline Text,” in Paul and Mark in Comparison: Authors at the Beginning of Christianity (eds D. C. Sim and O. Wischmeyer; Tübingen: de Gruyter) 557–87.
Antony CampbellOpening the Bible: Selected Writings of Antony Campbell SJ (Adelaide, SA: ATF Press, 2014).
Stephen C. Carlson“Mary in the Gospels,” in Bible Odyssey (ed. Nicola Denzey Lewis; Society for Biblical Literature, 2014).
“‘For Sinai is a Mountain in Arabia’: A Note on the Text of Galatians 4,25,” Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der älteren Kirche 105 (2014) 80–101.
“Origen’s Use of the Gospel of Thomas,” in Sacra Scriptura: How “Non-Canonical” Texts Functioned in Early Judaism and Early Christianity (eds James Charlesworth and Lee Martin McDonald; London: Bloomsbury T & T Clark, 2014) 137–51.
“The Davidic Key for Counting the Generations in Matthew 1:17,” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 76 (2014) 665–83.
Mary ColoeThe Two Hands of God: Creation and Scripture (Mulgrave: John Garratt, 2014).
‘Footwashing,” in Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception (eds Dale C. Allison, Jr., Volker Leppin, Choon-Leong Seow, Hermann Spieckermann, Barry Dov Walfish and Eric Ziolkowski; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2014) (Print and On-line database; retrieved 10 October 2014 from http://www.degruyter.com/view/EBR/MainLemma_3681.
Darren Cronshaw(Co-authored with Kim Hammond): Sentness: Six Postures of Missional Christians (Downers Grove: IVP, 2014).
(Editor) Seeking Urban Shalom: Integral Urban Mission in a New Urban World (ISUM Summit Papers; Melbourne: International Society for Urban Mission, 2014).
(Co-authored with Andrew Menzies): “From Place to Place: A Comparative Study of 5 Models of Workplace Formation at 2 Colleges on 1 Campus,” in Learning & Teaching: The Way Ahead (Eds Les Ball and Jim Harrison; Melbourne: Mosaic, Morning Star, 2014) 217–28.
“Introduction: From Shantaram to Shalom,” in Seeking Urban Shalom: Integral Urban Mission in a New Urban World (Ed. by Darren Cronshaw; Melbourne: International Society for Urban Mission, 2014) 9–15.
(Co-authored with Ruth Powell, Glen Powell, Nicole Hancock and Stacey Wilson): “Churches that Inspire and Empower: A Case Study Survey of the Baptist Union of Victoria,” Australian eJournal of Theology 21:3 (forthcoming December 2014).
“Saving Souls and Listening Hearts: Implications for Missional Leaders from Richard Rohr’s Immortal Diamond: The Search for our True Self,” Colloquium 46:2 (forthcoming November 2014) 242–54.
(Co-authored with Steve Taylor): “The Congregation in a Pluralist Society: Rereading Newbigin for Missional Churches Today,” Pacifica 27:2 (2014) 206–28.
(Co-authored with Peter Downes): “Worship as a Missional Practice,” Ecclesial Practices: Journal of Ecclesiology and Ethnography 1:2 (2014) 167–91.
“New Monasticism for Australian Mission?: Reflections from School(s) for Conversion: 12 Marks of a New Monasticism,” Australian Journal of Mission Studies 8:1 (June 2014) 17–25.
(Co-authored with Dale Stephenson): “Ask Anything: Developing a Relational Platform to Mobilise Australian Christians to Share Their Faith through Exploring Questions,” Witness: The Journal of the Academy for Evangelism in Theological Education 28 (June 2014) 53–80.
(Co-authored with Ruth Powell, Nicole Hancock, Sam Sterland and Stacey Wilson): “Churches with a Vision for the Future: a Profile of the Baptist Union of Victoria,” Australian eJournal of Theology 21:1 (April 2014) 63–81; http://aejt.com.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0004/623884/AEJT12.51_Churches_with_a_Vision_for_the_Future_Apr14_Vol21.1.pdf.
(Co-authored with Stuart Devenish): “The Continuing Conversion of the Australian Church: a Missional Conversation with Darrell Guder,” Pacifica 27:1 (February 2014) 78–96.
(Co-authored with Peter Downes): “Vineyard meets Emerging Missional Church,” Australasian Pentecostal Studies Issue 16 (January 2014); http://webjournals.ac.edu.au/journals/aps/issue-16/2-vineyard-meets-emerging-missional-churches/.
Elizabeth V. Dowling“’Do This in Remembrance’: Last Supper Traditions in Paul and Mark,” in Paul and Mark: Comparative Essays Part 1; Two Authors at the Beginnings of Christianity (eds Oda Wischmeyer, David C. Sim and Ian J. Elmer; BZNW 198; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2014) 221–41.
“Breaking Open the Word: The Legacy of Dei Verbum,” in God’s Word and the Church’s Council: Vatican II and Divine Revelation (eds Mark O’Brien and Christopher Monaghan; Adelaide: ATF Theology, 2014) 135–47.
Keith Dyer“The Empire of God, the Postcolonial Jesus, and Postapocalyptic Mark,” in Colonial Contexts and Postcolonial Theologies: Storyweaving in the Asia-Pacific (eds M. Brett and J. Havea; Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.
Benjamin EdsallPaul’s Witness to Formative Early Christian Instruction (WUNT II/365; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2014).
“When Cicero and St Paul Agree: Intra-group Litigation among the Luperci and the Corinthian Believers,” Journal of Theological Studies 64.1 (2013) 25–36.
“Paul’s Rhetoric of Knowledge, Novum Testamentum 55.3 (2013) 252–71.
“Greco-Roman Costume and Paul’s Fraught Argument in 1 Cor 11:2–16,” Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism 9 (2013) 132–46.
“Kerygma, Catechesis and Other Things we Used to Find: Twentieth-Century Research on Early Christian Teaching since Alfred Seeberg (1903),” Currents in Biblical Research 10.3 (2012) 410–41.
Anne Elvey“Acknowledging Traditional Owners of the Land: A Theological Inquiry,” in Colonial Contexts and Postcolonial Theologies: Storyweaving in the Asia-Pacific (eds M. Brett and J. Havea; Palgrave Macmillan, 2014) 231–48.
“‘Who is the greatest?’ Reading Luke 22:24–27 Ecologically,” Anglican Ecocare Journal forthcoming 2014.
Anne Gardner“Dan 8,1–2: Keynotes to the Following Vision and Advice to the Righteous,” Cristianesmo nella Storia 36 (2014) 429–50.
“Modern Ecological Concerns, the Persistence of Apocalyptic and the Signs of the End,” Pacifica 27 (2014) 4–27.
Jim Harrison(Ed. with L. Ball): Learning and Teaching Theology: The Way Ahead (Northcote: Morning Star Publications, 2014).
“Paul and the Ancient Gymnasium: Research Paradigms for ‘Academic Citizens’ of the New World,” in Learning and Teaching Theology: The Way Ahead (eds L. Ball and J. R. Harrison; Northcote: Morning Star Publications, 2014) 33–48.
Brian J. Incigneri“Local Colour in Mark’s Gospel,” Australian Biblical Review 62 (2014) 58–78.
M. D. Jensen“Jesus ’coming’ in the Flesh: 2 John 7 and Verbal Aspect,” Novum Testamentum 56.3 (2014) 310–22.
“The Structure and Argument of 1 John: A Review of Proposal,” Currents in Biblical Research 12.2 (2014) 194–215.
Fergus King“Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi: Worship and Doctrine in Revelation 4–5”, Scottish Journal of Theology 67 (2014) 33–49.
“More Than a Vapid Sound: The Case for a Hermeneutic of Resonance,” Journal for Theology in Southern Africa 148 (2014) 83–98.
Merrill Kitchen“Luke’s Gospel Economics of Restorative Justice,” in The Bible, Justice and Public Theology (ed. David Neville; Sheffield UK: Sheffield Phoenix, 2014) 46–59.
Frank MoloneyThe Resurrection of the Messiah: A Narrative Commentary on the Resurrection Accounts in the Four Gospels (New York/Mahwah: Paulist Press, 2014.
“Synchronic Interpretation,” in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Biblical Interpretation (ed. Steven McKenzie; 2 vols; New York: Oxford University Press, 2013) 2:345–54.
“The Parables of Enoch and the Johannine Son of Man,” in Parables of Enoch: A Paradigm Shift (eds James H. Charlesworth and Darrell L. Bock; T. & T. Clark Jewish and Christian Text Series 11; London/New York: Bloomsbury, 2013) 269–93.
“Love,” in The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Theology (ed. Samuel E. Ballentine; New York: Oxford University Press, 2014).
(v. 1) as the Hermeneutical Key to John 13:1–38,” Salesianum 86 (2014) 27–46.
“‘For As Yet They Did Not Know the Scripture’ (John 20:9). A Study in Narrative Time,” The Irish Theological Quarterly 79 (2014) 97–111.
“The Biblical Text … the Basis of our Preaching” (Pope Francis, Evangelii Gaudium 146), Summit 41/2 (2014) 3–6.
Christopher Monaghan CP, with Mark O’Brien OP (eds)God’s Word and the Church’s Council: Vatican II and Divine Revelation (Adelaide: ATF Theology, 2014).
God with Us: The Gospels (Mulgrave: Garratt Publishing, 2014).
A Friendly Guide to Paul (Mulgrave: Garratt Publishing, 2014).
Jon Newton“The Epistemology of the Book of Revelation,” Heythrop Journal, UK (published online June 2013): hard copy forthcoming.
The Revelation Worldview (Eugene: Wipf and Stock, forthcoming, late 2014 or early 2015).
Mark O’Brien‘The Ties that Bind in Numbers 26–36,” Australian Biblical Review 62 (2014) 1–13.
Restoring the Right Relationship: The Bible on Divine Righteousness (Adelaide: ATF Press, 2014).
(Co-editor with Christopher Monaghan) God’s Word and the Church’s Council: Vatican II and Divine Revelation (Adelaide: ATF Press, 2014).
Catherine Playoust“The Beauty of Jesus and His Twin: Redirected Erotics in the Acts of Thomas,” in The Levant: Crossroads of Late Antiquity: History, Religion and Archaeology (eds Ellen Bradshaw Aitken and John M. Fossey; McGill University Monographs in Classical Archaeology and History 22; Leiden: Brill, 2014) 35–63.
David T. Runia(Editor with Gregory E. Sterling) The Studia Philonica Annual 25 (Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2013).
(Editor with Gregory E. Sterling) The Studia Philonica Annual 26 (Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2014).
‘The Theme of ‘Becoming Like God’ in Plato’s Republic,” in Dialogues on Plato’s Politeia (Republic) (eds Noburu Notomi and Luc Brisson; International Plato Studies 31; Sankt Augustin: Academia Verlag 2013) 288–93.
(With Katell Berthelot, Ellen Birnbaum, Albert C. Geljon, Heleen M. Keizer, Jutta Leonhardt-Balzer, José Pablo Martín, Maren R. Niehoff, Sarah J.K. Pearce, Torrey Seland) “Philo of Alexandria: an Annotated Bibliography 2010,” The Studia Philonica Annual 25 (2013) 169–224.
“Philo and the Gentiles,” in Attitudes to Gentiles in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity (eds David S. Sim and James S. McLaren; Library of New Testament Studies 499; London: Bloomsbury 2013) 28–45.
(With Katell Berthelot, Ellen Birnbaum, Albert C. Geljon, Heleen M. Keizer, Jutta Leonhardt-Balzer, José Pablo Martín, Maren R. Niehoff, Sarah J.K. Pearce, Torrey Seland, Sharon Weisser) “Philo of Alexandria: an Annotated Bibliography 2011,” The Studia Philonica Annual 26 (2014) 169–226.
Howard N. Wallace“Moses,” in Great Spiritual Leaders: Studies in Leadership for a Pluralist Society (ed. W. Emilsen and S. Carrol; Canberra: Barton Books, 2014) 176–89.
Gareth J. Wearne and : Reading Habakkuk 3:4 and Deuteronomy 33:2 in Light of One Another,” Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism 19 1–10.
“Habakkuk 3:10–11: In Defence of a Masoretic Unit Division,” Vetus Testamentum 64 515–18.
Adam G. White“Servants, not Intellectual Clients: The Significance of Paul’s Role as an Oikonomos in 1 Cor 4:1 and 9:17,” Australian Biblical Review 62 (2014) 44–57.
Ian Young“The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible: The View from Qumran Samuel,” Australian Biblical Review 62 (2014) 14–30.

Other Member News

Frank AndersonHis TOTC Commentary on Job has just been translated into Japanese (2014).
Anne ElveySupported by a University of Divinity Conference Travel Grant, Anne attended the Society of Asian Biblical Studies Conference in Chiang Mai, 23–25 June 2014, where she presented a paper, “Talking It Up: the Northern Territory Intervention and (Post)colonial Relationships to Land in Australia as Context for Reading the Magnificat as a Song of Protest,” and was a panel respondent to sections on Asia and the Pacific in Roland Boer and Fernando F Segovia (eds), The Future of the Biblical Past: Envisioning Biblical Studies on a Global Key (Atlanta: SBL, 2012). Anne also gave an invited presentation, “Christian approaches to Earth and Earthcare: Textual Studies,” at the JCMA (Jewish Christian Muslim Association) Women’s Conference, Amberley, on Monday, 24 February 2014.

2015

Appointments, Activities and Honours

Anne Elvey with Keith DyerConvened the Research Project: “Ecological Aspects of War: Religious Perspectives from Australia.” As an initial part of the ongoing research project, a symposium was held on 28 September 2015 at Trinity College Theological School, and included a stream on sacred texts with papers by biblical scholars, Anne Gardner, Jeanette Mathews, Marie Turner, Keith Dyer, Anne Elvey, and doctoral researcher, Carolyn Alsen. The project received funding from University of Divinity and support from Yarra Institute for Religion and Social Policy, Trinity College Theological School and Whitley College.
Francis J. MoloneyAnimator of the General Chapter of the Marymount Sisters, New York Province: 13–17 July, 2015.
Francis J. MoloneyTwo retreats given to the Eastern and Western Provinces of the Salesians of Don Bosco in the USA, to mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of Don Bosco: 26–31 July, 2015; 9–14 August, 2015. Published as: Reflections on Evangelical Consecration. Celebrating a Centenary.
Francis J. MoloneyAttended the annual meeting of the Catholic Biblical Association of America, 1–4 August, 2015. Delivered a major paper on “A New Testament Hermeneutic for Divorce and Remarriage in the Catholic Tradition,” on 4 August.
Francis J. MoloneyAttended the annual meeting of the Catholic Biblical Association of America, 1–4 August, 2015. Delivered a major paper on “A New Testament Hermeneutic for Divorce and Remarriage in the Catholic Tradition,” on 4 August.
Francis J. MoloneyAttended the ACU international seminar on the Encyclical Laudato Si’,; in Rome, Italy, 21–25 September. Delivered a major paper: “The Gospel of Creation. A Biblical Response to Laudato Si”; on September 4.

Publications

Brian BoyleA Friendly Guide to the Prophets (Mulgrave, Vic: Garratt Publishing, 2015)
Brendan Byrne“A Step Too Far: A Critique of Francis Moloney’s Understanding of ‘the Scripture,’ in John 20:9,” Irish Theological Quarterly 80/2 (2015) 149–56.
“Gospel,” in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Bible and Theology (ed. Samuel E. Ballantine; 2 vols.; Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2015) 432–37.
The Hospitality of God (Revised ed.; Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 2015).
Alan CadwalladerFragments of Colossae: Sifting through the Traces (Adelaide: ATF Press, 2015).
“Assessing the Potential of Archaeological Discoveries for the Interpretation of New Testament Texts: The Case of a Gladiator Relief from Colossae and the Letter to the Colossians,” in The First Urban Churches (ed. J. R. Harrison and L. L. Welborn; Atlanta, GA: SBL Press, 2105) 41–66.
“Paul Speaks Like a Girl: When Phoebe Reads Romans,” in Sexuality, Ideology and the Bible: Queer Readings from the Antipodes (ed. R.J. Myles and C. Blyth; Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix, 2015).
Editor of a Kaleidoscope of Pieces: Anglican Essays on Sexuality, Ecclesiology and Theology (Adelaide: ATF Press, 2015).
“How Wide is the Horizon: History, Hermeneutics and Listening to What the Spirit Is Saying to the Church,” in Kaleidoscope of Pieces: Essays on Anglicanism, Theology and Sexuality (Adelaide: ATF Press, 2015) 1–28.
Rosemary Canavan“Visual Exegesis: Interpreting Text in Dialogue with its Visual Context,” Colloquium 47, No. 1 (2015) 141–51.
“Weaving Threads: Clothing in Colossae,” in Fragments of Colossae: Sifting through the Traces (ed. Alan H. Cadwallader; Adelaide: ATF Press, 2015) 111–33.
Stephen C. CarlsonThe Text of Galatians and Its History (Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament II, 385; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2015).
“Some Problems with the Non-Aversion Principle in Reconstructing the Text of Q,” in Marcan Priority Without Q: Explorations in the Farrer Hypothesis (ed. John C. Poirier and Jeffrey Peterson; Library of New Testament Studies 455; London: T & T Clark, 2015) 44–61.
Mary Coloe“The Garden as a New Creation in John,” The Bible Today 53 (2015) 159–64.
Toan Do“Re-thinking the Death of Jesus: An Exegetical and Theological Study of Hilasmos and Agape in 1 John 2:1–2; 4:7–10,” in Contributions to Biblical Exegesis & Theology 73 (ed. Kristen De Troyer and Geert van Oyen; Leuven: Peeters-Leuven University Press, 2014).
“The Catholic Letters” and “The Twelve,” in The Lexham Theological Wordbook (http://lexhambibledictionary.com/).
“Christ Crucified and Raised from the Dead: Paul’s Baptismal Theology and Metaphorical Appropriations in Romans 6:3–4,” Conversations with the Biblical World 34 (2015) 1–21.
Monon or Monõn?: Reading 1 John 2:2 from the Editio Critica Maior,” Journal of Biblical Literature 133 (2014) 603–25.
“‘To expiate the sins of his people’: A Proposed Reading of he laskesthai in Hebrews 2:17,” International Journal of African Catholicism 5:2 (2014) 49–65.
Keith Dyer“War, New Testament,” in Oxford Bibliographies in Biblical Studies (ed. Christopher Matthews; New York: Oxford University Press, 2015), and available online at oxfordbibliographies.com.
Anne Elvey“A Hermeneutics of Retrieval: Breath and Earth Voice in Luke’s Magnificat—Does Earth Care for the Poor?,” Australian Biblical Review 63 (2015) 68–84.
“Homogenizing Violence, Isa 40:4 (and Luke 3:5) and MTR (Mountaintop Removal Mining),” Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology 19, No. 3 (2015) 226–44.
“Retrieving an Earth Voice: Ecological Hermeneutics, the Matter of the Text and Reading ‘as if it’s holy’ (Jennifer Harrison, “Book Sculptor”),” AeJT: Australian e-Journal of Theology 22, No. 2 (August 2015) 81–94.
“Matter, Freedom and the Future: Re-framing Feminist Theologies through an Ecological Materialist Lens,” Feminist Theology 23, No. 2 (2015) 186–204.
this flesh that you know (Lantzville, BC: Leaf Press, 2015) [a small chapbook of poetry].
J. R. Harrison and L. L. Welborn (eds.)The First Urban Churches. Volume 1: Methodological Foundations (Atlanta: SBL Press, 2015).
J. R. Harrison and Y. Debergue (eds.)Teaching Theology in a Technological Age (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2015).
James R. Harrison“Paul and Ancient Civic Ethics: Redefining the Canon of Honour in the Graeco-Roman World,” in Paul’s Graeco-Roman Context (ed. C. Breytenbach; Peeters/Leuven University Press, 2015) 75–118.
“The First Urban Churches: Introduction,” in The First Urban Churches. Volume 1: Methodological Foundations (ed. J. R. Harrison and L. L. Welborn; Atlanta: SBL Press, 2015) 1–40.
“Urban Portraits of the ‘Other’ Living on the Fringes of the Roman Empire: Interpreting the Numismatic, Epigraphic, and Iconographic Evidence Relating to the Barbarians,” in The First Urban Churches. Volume 1: Methodological Foundations (ed. J. R. Harrison and L. L. Welborn; Atlanta: SBL Press, 2015) 277–317.
“Tracking God’s Digital Footprint,” in Teaching Theology in a Technological Age (ed. J. R. Harrison and Y. Debergue; Cambridge; Cambridge Scholars Press, 2015) 3–13.
“Developing Personal Resilience in a Dangerous Virtual World: Historical, Social Biblical and Theological Perspectives,” in Teaching Theology in a Technological Age (ed. J. R. Harrison and Y. Debergue; Cambridge; Cambridge Scholars Press, 2015) 86–112.
Janina HiebelEzekiel’s Vision Accounts as Interrelated Narratives: A Redaction-Critical and Theological Study (BZAW 475; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2015).
Fergus KingA Guide to St John’s Gospel (London: SPCK, 2015).
“Revelation 21:1–22:5: An Early Christian Locus Amoenus?,” Biblical Theology Bulletin 45/3 (2015) 174–83.
Colin Kruse“Notes on 1, 2, 3 John,” in NIV Zondervan Study Bible (Gen. ed. D. A. Carson; Zondervan: Grand Rapids, 2015).
2 Corinthians: An Introduction and Commentary (TNTC 8; IVP: Nottingham/Downers Grove, 2015).
Veronica M. LawsonThe Blessing of Mercy: Bible Perspectives and Ecological Challenges (Northcote, Vic: Morning Star Publishing, 2015).
Francis J. Moloney“The Literary Unity of John 13:1–38,” Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses 91 (2015) 33–53.
“Love,” in The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Theology (ed. Samuel E. Ballentine; New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015) 59–65.
“The Salesian Charism and the Good Shepherd Motif,” Journal of Salesian Studies 16/1 (2015) 41–58.
“A New Testament Hermeneutic for Divorce and Remarriage in the Catholic Tradition,” The Australasian Catholic Record 92 (2015) 269–88.
Reading the New Testament in the Church. A Primer for Pastors, Religious Educators, and Believers (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2015). Also published by John Garratt, Mulgrave, Vic.
A Body Broken for a Broken People. Divorce, Remarriage, and the Eucharist (Melbourne: John Garratt, 2015). Also published by DLT (London) and Paulist Press (New York).
Reflections on Evangelical Consecration. Celebrating a Bicentenary (Bolton, UK: Don Bosco Publications, 2015).
Malssumul Mitta. Johan Bogumso Il eso Sa jiang-ul Iltta. Korean translation of Belief in the Word. Reading John 1–4 (trans. Park Kyungmi Omgim; Seoul: The Christian Literature Society of Korea, 2015).
Jon Newton“Patmos and Southland: Australasian Pentecostal Readings of the Book of Revelation,” Australasian Pentecostal Studies Vol. 17, 2015 (http://aps-journal.com/aps/index.php/aps
The Revelation Worldview (Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2015).
Mark O’BrienRestoring the Right Relationship. The Bible on Divine Righteousness (Adelaide: ATF Press, 2014).
“The Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies in Twentieth Century Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand,” in Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. The History of Its Interpretation. Volume III/2.The Twentieth Century—From Modernism to Post-Modernism (ed. Magne Saebo; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2014) 269–84.
Elizabeth Pemberton“The Offering Trays,” in Results of Excavations in Ancient Corinth: The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore (Princeton, 2015) Vol. 18.7: 109–42.
Martin A. Shields“Was Elihu Right?” JESOT 3.2 (2014) 155–70 (http://jesot.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/M.-Shields-JESOT-3.2.pdf)
“Death”; “Genealogy”; “Mathematics”; “Wisdom”; “Yahweh,” in Lexham Bible Dictionary (Logos) http://www.lexhampress.com/products?tag=Lexham%20Bible%20Dictionary
David Starling and Trevor Cairney (eds)Theology and the Future: Evangelical Assertions and Explorations (London: T&T Clark, 2014).
David StarlingUnCorinthian Leadership: Thematic Reflections on 1 Corinthians (Eugene: Cascade, 2014).
“Justifying Allegory: Scripture, Rhetoric and Reason in Gal 4:21–5:1,” Journal of Theological Interpretation 9 (2015) 227–46.
“Atonement, Justice and Peace in Romans 1–6,” Pacific Journal of Baptist Research 10 (2015) 23–28.
“Covenants and Courtrooms, Imputation and Imitation: Righteousness and Justification in Paul and the Faithfulness of God,” Journal for the Study of Paul and his Letters 4 (2014) 37–48.
“‘We Do Not Want You To Be Unaware…‘: Disclosure, Concealment and Suffering in 2 Cor 1–7,” New Testament Studies 60 (2014) 266–79.
“‘Nothing Beyond What Is Written‘?: First Corinthians and the Hermeneutics of Early Christian Theologia,” Journal of Theological Interpretation 8 (2014) 45–62.
“‘She who is in Babylon’: 1 Peter and the Hermeneutics of Empire,” in Reactions to Empire: Sacred Texts in their Socio-political Contexts (ed. D. Batovici and J. Dunne; WUNT II; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2014) 110–27.
“The Yes to All God’s Promises: Jesus, Israel and the Promises of God in Paul’s letters,” in The Gospel and Israel (ed. P. Morris; Eugene: Wipf & Stock, 2014) 140–65.
“The Future of Theology and the Theology of the Future,” in Theology and the Future (ed. T. Cairney and D. Starling; London: T&T Clark, 2014) 1–10.
“Not a Wisdom of this Age: Theology and the Future of the Church,” in Theology and the Future (ed. T. Cairney and D. Starling; London: T&T Clark, 2014) 81–98.
“Ephesians and the Hermeneutics of the New Exodus,” in Reverberations of the Exodus in Scripture (ed. R. M. Fox; Eugene: Wipf & Stock, 2014) 139–59.
Adam WhiteWhere is the Wise Man? Graeco-Roman Education as a Background to the Divisions in 1 Corinthians 1–4 (Library of New Testament Studies 536; Harrisburg, PA: T&T Clark, 2015).
“Not in Lofty Speech or Media: A Reflection on Pentecostal Preaching in Light of 1 Corinthians 2:1–5,” Journal of Pentecostal Theology 24.1 (2015) 117–35.
Siu Fung WuSuffering in Romans (Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2015).
“Participating in God’s Purpose by Following the Cruciform Pattern of Christ: The Use of Psalm 69:9b in Romans 15:3,” Journal for the Study of Paul and his Letters 5 (2015) 1–20.

2016

Appointments, Activities and Honours

Geoff WebbWith his wife Kalie, Geoff is moving to London to take up the position with the Salvation Army of Assistant Chief Secretary (Personnel)—International Headquarters, with the world-wide responsibility for training.

Publications

Carolyn Alsen“Staring Down the Violence: Surveillance in Genesis,” Colloquium: The Australian and New Zealand Theological Review 48:2 (2016, forthcoming).
“Drones Over Sodom: Resisting the Fantasy of Security,” in Ecological Aspects of War: Engagements with Biblical Texts. (ed. Keith Dyer and Anne Elvey [London: Bloomsbury T & T Clark, 2016, forthcoming]).
Suzanne BoorerThe Vision of the Priestly Narrative: Its Genre and Hermeneutics of Time (Ancient Israel and Its Literature Series 27; Atlanta: SBL Press, 2016).
Edward J. Bridge“An Audacious Request: Abraham’s Dialogue with God in Genesis 18,” Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 40 (2016) 281–96.
Brendan ByrneFreedom in the Spirit: An Ignatian Retreat with St Paul (Mahwah, NJ: Paulist, 2016).
“A Pauline Complement to Laudato Si’,” Theological Studies 77/2 (June 2016) 308–27.
“‘And so both are preserved’ (Matt 9:17e): A Fresh Look at the Wineskins Image in Matthew,” Australian Biblical Review 64 (2016) 25–30.
Two keynote addresses at SCD Conference: Romans and the Legacy of Romans (30 September–1 October, 2016): “The Apocalyptic Background to Paul’s Theological Vision in Romans” and “The Place of Romans 5–8 in the Letter.”
Alan Cadwallader“Paul and the Games,” in Paul and the Greco-Roman World (ed. J. P. Sampley; 2nd edition; London: T & T Clark) 365–92.
Editor of Stones, Bones and the Sacred: Essays on Material Culture and Ancient Religion in Honor of Dennis E. Smith (Atlanta, GA: SBL).
“Diversity in Family Structures at Colossae: Insights from Funerary Remains,” in Cadwallader, Stones, Bones and the Sacred 157–94.
Editor of Kaleidoscope of Pieces: Essays on Anglicanism, Theology and Sexuality (Adelaide: ATF Press).
“How Wide Is the Horizon: History, Hermeneutics and Listening to What the Spirit Is Saying to the Church,” in Kaleidoscope of Pieces: Essays on Anglicanism, Theology and Sexuality (Adelaide: ATF Press) 1–28.
Stephen C. Carlson“Comments on the Coherence Based Genealogical Method,” TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism 20 (2015) 1–2.
“On Paul’s Second Visit to Corinth: Parsing and Presupposition in 2 Cor 2:1,” Journal of Biblical Literature 135 (2016) 597–615.
Sunny Chen“The Distributive Singular in Paul: The Adequacy of a Grammatical Category,” Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism 11 (2015) 104–30.
Mary Coloe“Of Shepherds, Stars and Magi,” for Echoing the Word (www.echoingtheword.com), Pauline Electronic Publishing, 2016.
Toan Do“A Plea for the Novum Instrumentum: Erasmus and His Struggle for a New Translation,” Philosophy & Theology 28 (2016) 141–63.
“Scribal Activities in 1 John 2:29a,” Bulletin of the Belgian Academy for the Study of Ancient and Oriental Languages 5 (2016) 77–104.
Elizabeth Dowling“Hearing the Voice of Earth in the Lukan Parable of the Pounds,” Colloquium 48/1 (2016) 35–46.
Keith Dyer“Eating Words in the New Testament,” in Stones, Bones, and the Sacred. Essays on Material Culture and Ancient Religion in Honor of Dennis E. Smith. (ed. Alan H. Cadwallader; Atlanta: SBL Press, 2016) 69–84.
“Suitably Abrahamic Australians? The Bible and Baptists in the Twenty-first Century,” in A Response to Mark Brett. In Baptist Identity into the 21st Century. Essays in Honour of Ken Manley (ed. Frank Rees; Melbourne: Whitley College, 2016) 73–79.
Anne Gardner“Interpreting the Writing on the Wall in Daniel 5,” in Bridging between Sister Religions: Studies of Jewish and Christian Scriptures Offered in Honour of Professor John T. Townsend (ed. I. Kalimi; Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2016) 42–65.
Janina M. Hiebel“Redaction, Rhetoric and a New Beginning in Ezekiel 1:1–3:15,” Australian Biblical Review 64 (2016) 14–24.
Fergus King“‘Fencing the Altar’: Jesus, Judas and Eucharistic Discipline,” Compass 50 (2016) 30–38.
With Maimbo W. Mdolwa, “In Two Minds? African Experience and Preferment in UMCA and the Journey to Independence in Tanganyika,” Mission Studies 33 (2016) 327–51.
Francis J. MoloneyA Friendly Guide to the Resurrection of Jesus (Melbourne: Garratt, 2016).
A Body Broken for a Broken People. Marriage, Divorce and the Eucharist (New York: Mahwah, Paulist Press, 2016). US edition of 2015 Australian and UK (DLT) original.
“Teaching the Most Difficult Text in the Gospel of Mark: Mark 9:42–50.”, in Communication, Pedagogy, and the Gospel of Mark (ed. by Elizabeth E. Shiveley and Geert van Oyen; Resources for Biblical Studies 83; Atlanta: SBL Press, 2016) 129–50.
“Confirmation: A Call to Holiness,” The Summit 43/2 (May 2016) 4–5.
“The Gospel of Creation. A Biblical Response to Laudato Si’,” Salesianum 78 (2016) 583–605.
“The Word of God, Jesus Christ, and the Eucharist: Christian Hope in a Secular World,” The Australasian Catholic Record 93 (2016) 310–25.
“‘Closure,’ in How John Works. Storytelling in the Fourth Gospel (ed. Douglas Estes and Ruth Sheridan; Resources for Biblical Studies 86; Atlanta: SBL Press, 2016) 225–39.
“Sacred Scripture at Vatican II,” Toronto Journal of Theology 32 (2016). In the press (due November).
Catherine Playoust“‘I Thank My God About You Always’ (1 Cor 1:4): Pauline Insights Toward Pastoral Theologies of Location for the Churches of Oceania Today,” in Bridging the Divide Between Faith, Theology and Life: The Church in Oceania in Explorations in Practical Theology, A Forum for Theology in the World 2.2 (ed. Anthony Maher; Adelaide: ATF Theology, 2015) 49–72.
David RuniaEditor with G. E. Sterling, The Studia Philonica Annual 27 (Society of Biblical Literature: Atlanta 2015).
“Cosmos Logos, and Nomos: the Alexandrian Jewish and Christian Appropriation of the Genesis Creation Account,” in Cosmologies et cosmogonies dans la littérature antique (ed. P. Derron; Vandæuvres-Geneva: 2015) 179–209.
“‘Philon von Alexandria,’ in Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum, Vol. 27 (ed. G. Schöllgen et al.; Anton Hierseman: Stuttgart, 2015) 605–27.
With K. Berthelot, E. Birnbaum, A. C. Geljon, H. M. Keizer, J. Leonhardt-Balzer, J. P. Martín, M. R. Niehoff, S. J. K. Pearce, T. Seland, “Philo of Alexandria: an Annotated Bibliography 2012,” The Studia Philonica Annual 27 (2015) 181–216.
“Philo in Byzantium: an Exploration,” Vigiliae Christianae 70 (2016) 259–81.
“Ancient Doxography,” in Oxford Bibliographies in Classics (ed. Dee Clayman; New York: Oxford University Press, 2016 [DOI 10.1093/OBO/9780195389661-0227]).
Adam White“Obey as to the Lord: Christian Slaves and the Call to Worship,” Australasian Pentecostal Studies 18 (2016).
“Pentecostal Preaching as a Modern Epistle: A Comparison of Pentecostal Preaching with Paul’s Practice of Letter Writing,” Journal of Pentecostal Theology 25.1 (2016) 123–49.
Ian Young“The Original Problem: The Old Greek and the Masoretic Text of Daniel Chapter 5,” in Empirical Models Challenging Biblical Criticism (ed. Raymond F. Person, Jr. and Robert Rezetko; Ancient Israel and its Literature 25; Atlanta: SBL, 2016) 271–301.

2017

Publications

Edward Bridges“Christians and Jews in Antioch,” in Into All the World: Emergent Christianity in its Jewish and Greco-Roman Context (ed. Mark Harding and Alanna Nobbs; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2017).
Rosemary CanavanA Friendly Guide to Women in the New Testament (Mulgrave: Garratt Publishing, 2017).
“Armour, Gladiators and Peace: A Visual Exegesis of Ephesians 6:10–20,” in The Art of Visual Exegesis: Rhetoric, Texts, Images (ed. Vernon Robbins, Walter S. Melion and Roy R. Jeal; Emory Studies in Early Christianity 19; Atlanta: SBL Press, 2017).
“Weaving Threads: Clothing in Colossae,” in Fragments from Colossae: Sifting through the Traces (ed. Alan H. Cadwallader: Adelaide: ATF Press, 2015) 111–33, which won the 2017 Biblical Archaeological Society (BAS) Publication Award for “Best Popular Book on Archaeology.”
“Weaving Threads: Clothing in Colossae,” in Fragments from Colossae: Sifting through the Traces (ed. Alan H. Cadwallader: Adelaide: ATF Press, 2015) 111–33, which won the 2017 Biblical Archaeological Society (BAS) Publication Award for “Best Popular Book on Archaeology.”
Mary ColoeA Friendly Guide to the Birth of Jesus (Mulgrave: John Garratt, 2017).
“Presented in the Temple of God’s Glory,” in Nano Nagle and an Evolving Charism: A Guide for Educators, Leaders and Care Providers (ed. Bernadette Flanagan, Mary T. O’Brien and Anne M. O’Leary; Dublin: Veritas, 2017) 141–50.
Keith Dyer“Basileia or Imperium: Rome and the Rhetoric of Resistance in the Revelation to John,” in From Ancient Manuscripts to Modern Dictionaries.(Perspectives on Linguistics and Ancient Languages, Vol. 9; ed. Tarsee Li and Keith Dyer; Piscataway: Gorgias Press, 2017) 346–64.
“The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and the Consequences of War (Revelation 6.1–11),” in Ecological Aspects of War: Engagements with Biblical Texts (ed. Anne Elvey and Keith Dyer, with Deborah Guess; London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2017) 132–48.
“Beastly Hybridity: Leviathan, Behemoth and Revelation 13,” St Mark’s Review No. 239 (2017) 93–104.
Anne Elvey, Keith Dyer
and Deborah Guess
“Ecological Aspects of War—Imagining Creaturely Mission,” Australian Journal of Mission Studies Vol. 10 (2016) 40–48.
anina M. Hiebel“Visions of Death and Re-creation: Ezekiel 8–11; 37:1–14 and the Crisis of Identity in the Babylonian Exile and Beyond,” Pacifica 28 No. 3 (2015) 243–55.
Fergus J. King“Tragedy and Ethics: Responding to the Crisis of Historic Sexual Abuse,” Anglican Theological Review 99/3 (2017) 461–77.
“Pleasant Places in the Gospel according to John: A Classical Motif as Introit to Theological Awareness,” Pacifica 27 (2017) 3–19.
Colin G. KruseJohn: An Introduction and Commentary (Revised edition; TNTC 4; Nottingham/Downers Grove: IVP, 2017).
Francis J. MoloneyJohannine Studies 1975–2017 (Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament 372; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2017).
Interpreting the Gospel and the Letters of John. An Introduction (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2017). In collaboration with Sherri Brown.
Eucharist as a Celebration of Forgiveness (New York/Mahwah: Paulist Press, 2017).
Gospel Interpretation and Christian Life (Adelaide: ATF Theology, 2017).
This is the Gospel of the Lord. Year A (eBook Kindle edition; Strathfield: St Paul Publications, 2017).
This is the Gospel of the Lord. Year B (eBook Kindle edition; Strathfield: St Paul Publications, 2017).
This is the Gospel of the Lord. Year C (eBook Kindle edition; Strathfield: St Paul Publications, 2017).
“‘He Loved Them to the End.’ Eucharist in the Gospel of John,” Worship 91 (2017) 43–64.
“The Exegete and the Theologian: Is Collaboration possible?” Salesianum 79 (2017) 95–107. In collaboration with Anthony J. Kelly.
“Eucharist in the Gospel of John: ‘He Loved Them to the End,’” Theological Symposium Papers and Proceedings of the 51st International Eucharistic Congress, 20–22 January 2016, Cebu Doctors’ University, Mandaue City, Cebu , Philippines (Lantayan Special Issue; Paranaque City: Don Bosco Center of Studies, 2017) 25–53.
“Marriage and Wealth. A Study of Mark 10:1–31,” The Bible and Catholic Theological Ethics (ed. Yiu Sing Lúcás Chan, James F. Keenan and Ronaldo Zacharias; Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2017) 151–60.
“The Use of Charis in John 1:14, 16–17: A Key to the Johannine Narrative,” Pacifica 29 (2017) 261–84.
The First days of Jesus and the Role of the Disciples: A Study of John 1:19–51,”” Australian Biblical Review 65 (2017) 61–77.
God, Eschatology and ‘This World’: Ethics in the Gospel of John,” in Johannine Ethics: The Moral World of the Gospel and Epistles of John (ed. Sherri Brown and Christopher W. Skinner; Minneapolis: Fortress, 2017) 233–53
Jon Newton“The Full Gospel and the Apocalypse,” Journal of Pentecostal Theology Vol. 26, No.1 (2017) 86–109.
Ian Young
(with Gary A. Rendsburg)
“שמז תזדק šemen tūraq (Song 1:3),“ in Le ma‘an Ziony: Essays in Honor of Ziony Zevit (ed. Frederick Greenspahn and Gary A. Rendsburg; Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2017) 383–96.
“Manuscripts and Authors of the Psalms,” Studia Biblica Slovaka 8 (2016) 123–36.
“Ancient Hebrew Without Authors,” Journal for Semitics 25 (2016) 972–1003.