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Monica Jyostna Melanchthon
Robyn J. Whitaker, (eds.)
Terror in the Bible: Rhetoric, Gender, and Violence. International Voices in Biblical Studies. Atlanta, GA: SBL Press, 2021.
Elizabeth Boase“Chaos and Order: Lamentations and Deuteronomy as Responses to Destruction and Exile.” In Brittany N. Melton and Heath A. Thomas (eds.), Reading Lamentations Intertextually. LHBOTS; New York/London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2021. 55–70.
_________“Jeremiah in Lamentations,” in The Oxford Handbook of Jeremiah, ed. Louis Stulman and Edward Silver. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021. 483–503.
_________“Engaging Westermann and the Assumptive World.” Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 46 (2021.): 177–92.
_________“Multiple Layers: Insights into the Development of a Trauma Drama in Lamentations and Jeremiah.” ABR 70 (2022): 1–17.
Andrew Brown“Basil: Philosophical Literacy Meets Biblical Literalism?” Zeitschrift Für Antikes Christentum / Journal of Ancient Christianity 26.1 (2022): 95–106.
Alan Cadwallader“A Return to Peace and Security: the parts and the whole” in J. Harrison and L. Welborn (eds) First Urban Churches vol. 7 (Atlanta, GA: SBL), 93–121.
_________“Orality and Gospel Research: Revisiting Mark’s Gospel,” JGAR 6: 25–48.
_________“Greetings in Stone: Shifting the Accent from Papyri to Epigraphy in Colossians 4:15–17” in P.G. Bolt and S. Kim (eds), God’s Grace inscribed on the Human Heart: Essays in Honour of James R. Harrison (Macquarie Centre: SCD Press), 441–65.
_________Colossae” for SBL Bible Odyssey.
Rosemary Canavan“Infants, Orphans, Children and Siblings: Strengthening the familial bonds of the ekklēsia of the Thessalonians in God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.” In The First Urban Churches Vol 7: Thessaloniki, edited by James R. Harrison and L. L. Wellborn. Atlanta, GA: SBL Press, 2022.
Fergus King“Friends, Foes or Rivals: John among the Philosophers” in Derrenbacker, Lee and Porter (Ed's) The Enduring Impact of the Gospel of John: Interdisciplinary Studies (Eugene OR: Wipf & Stock, 2022), 21–42.
_________“A Sair Trauchle?: Reflections on process, mediation and reconciliation in Aberdeen & Orkney.” International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church (10 Jan, 2022) 282–300.
Susan E. KmetkoMiddle Voice Verbs in the New Testament: Studies in Pauline Usage. Glossa House Dissertation Series Vol 13. Edited by Andrew J. Coutras and Fredrick J. Long. Wilmore KY: Glossa House, 2022.
Frank MoloneyDie Offenbarung des Johannes und ihre Botschaft heute. Tageslesungen zur Osterzeit. Translated by Ingrid Rosa Kitzberger. Sankt Ottilien: EOS Editions, 2022. German translation of Reading Revelation at Easter Time. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 2020.
_________“Tracing a Literary Structure in the Book of Revelation.” The Catholic Biblical Quarterly 84 (2022): 642–59.
_________“Before I Forget: Fifty Years with the New Testament,” Lantayan, A Pastoral-Theological Journal 17 (2022): 77–98.
_________“Foreword,” Pages xi–xvi in The Enduring Impact of the Gospel of John: Interdisciplinary Studies. Edited by Robert A. Derrenbacker, Jr., Dorothy A. Lee and Muriel Porter. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2022.
Deborah R. Storie“Matthew 20:1–15: The Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard or of a Manager-Disciple?” in Encountering the Parables in Contexts Old and New. Edited by Thomas E Goud and Robert Cousland: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2022.
Robyn J. Whitaker“1 Apocryphal Apocalypse of John” in Early New Testament Apocrypha, vol. 9. Ancient Literature for New Testament Studies. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2022.
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