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Andersen, Francis I.
 Who Built the Second Temple?1958: 6.1–38
 The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew, Vol 1. (edited by David J. A. Clines). Review Article1995: 43.50–71
 Reply [to D. J. A. Clines’s Comment]1995: 43.74–75
Anderson, Bernhard W.
 An Exposition of Genesis 32:22–32. The Traveller Unknown1969: 17.21–26
Anderson, Robert A.
 Torah: Burden or Joy?1973: 21.1–6
 Jews and Christians: Exploring the Past, Present and Future
(ed. James H. Charlesworth). Review Article
1993: 41.65–71
Andrew, M. E.
 Esther, Exodus and Peoples1975: 23.25–28
Banks, Robert J.
 Romans 7:25a. An Eschatological Thanksgiving1978: 26.34–42
Barclay, John M. G.
 Ordinary but Different: Colossians and Hidden Moral Identity2001: 49.34–52
 Paul, the Gift and the Battle over Gentile Circumcision:
Revisiting the Logic of Galatians
2010: 58.36–56
Barr, James
 Report of Day Conference: The Immortality of the Soul
Resurrection and Immortality—Old Testament
1968: 16.51
Barrett, Charles K.
 Theology in the World of Learning1969: 17.9–20
 The Holy Spirit1970: 18.1–9
 Apostles in Council and in Conflict1983: 31.14–32
 The Apostolic Decree of Acts 15:291987: 35.50–59
Begg, Christopher T.
 Constructing a Monster: The Chronicler’s Sondergut in
2 Chronicles 21
1989: 37.35–51
Ben-Shemesh, A.
 In Arabia they call …1962: 10.10–14
Ben Zvi, Ehud
 Once the Lamp Has Been Kindled … : A Reconsideration of
the Meaning of the MT Nîr
1991: 39.19–30
Biggs, Charles R.
 NEB—The Minor Prophets1970: 18.21—24
 Prophets and Traditions: The Relationship between Jeremiah and the Traditions of Northern Israel1972: 20.1–15
 Exposition and Adaptation of the Sabbath Commandment in the OT1975: 23.25–28
Blair, Merryl
 ‘God Is an Earthquake’: Destabilising Metaphor in Hosea 112007: 55.1–12
Boase, Elizabeth
 The Characterisation of God in Lamentations2008: 56.32–44
Bóid, Ruairidh
 A Samaritan Broadside from the Mid Second Century A.D.2003: 51.26–36
Boorer, Sue
 The Kerygmatic Intention of the Priestly Document1977: 25.12–20
 The Earth/Land (’rts) in the Priestly Material: The Preservation of the “Good” Earth and the Promised Land of Canaan throughout the Generations2001: 49.19–33
Bornkamm, G.
 The Letter to the Romans as Paul’s Last Will and Testament1963: 11.2–14
Boyle, Brian
 ‘Let Your Garments Always Be White’ (Eccl 9:8): Time, Fate, Chance and Provident Design according to Qoheleth2007: 55.29–40
 “Holiness Has a Shape”: The Place of the Altar in Ezekiel’s Visionary Plan of Sacral Space (Ezekiel 43:1–12, 13–17,
18–27)
2009: 57.1–21
 The Figure of the Nasi in Ezekiel’s Vision of the New Temple (Ezekiel 40–48)2010: 58.1–16
Brett, Mark
 Politics of Identity: Reading Genesis in the Persian Period1999: 47.1–15
Breward, Ian
 Eric F. Osborn—An Appreciation1987: 35.1
Bridge, Edward J.
 The Use of in Prophetic Literature2012: 60.32–48
 Desperation to a Desperado: Abigail’s Request to David in 1 Samuel 252015: 63.14–28
Broadhead, Edwin K.
 Linguistics and Christology: A Critical Note on
Mark 6:31, 32–46
1994: 42.69–70
 In Search of the Gospel: Research Trends in Mark 14–161995: 43.20–49
 A Linguistic Constellation in the Gospel of Mark1999: 47.70–72
Broughton, P. E.
 The Call of Jeremiah: The Relation of Deut. 18:9–22 to
the Call and Life of Jeremiah
1958: 6.39–46
Brown, Basil B.
 The Great Apostasy in the Teaching of Jesus1962: 10.14–20
Brown, Schuyler
 Good News about What? Hermeneutical Reflections on “Gospel” and “Evangelization”1994: 42.59–68
Bulkeley, Tim
 Cohesion, Rhetorical Purpose and the Poetics of Coherence
in Amos 3
1999: 47.16–28  View
Buri, Fritz
 Symbol and Analogy1970: 18.10–15
Burleigh, E. C.
 The Influence of Hebrew Wisdom Literature upon Early Christian Doctrine1951: 1.75–87
Burns, A. L.
 Two Words for “Time” in the New Testament1953: 3.7–22
 Some Biblical Sources of Concepts in International Theory1963: 11.24–32
Bushell, Gerard
 Law and Christian Spirituality according to St Paul1956: 5.99–117
Byrne, Brendan
 Ministry and Maturity in 1 Corinthians 31987: 35.83–87
 “The Type of the One to Come” (Rom 5:14): Fate and Responsibility in Romans 5:12–211988: 36.19–30
 How Can We Interpret Romans Theologically Today?1999: 47.29–42
 The Messiah in Whose Name “The Gentiles Will Hope” (Matt 13:21): Gentile Inclusion as an Essential Element in Matthew’s Christology2002: 50.55–73
 Paul and the Diaspora: Re-imagining Church with
the Aid of Rahner and Harink
2005: 53.1–12
Byron, Brian Francis
 Bethany across the Jordan or simply: Across the Jordan1998: 46.36–54
Cabrido, John Aranda
 A Typology for Discipleship: The Narrative Function of Paidion in Matthew’s Story of Jesus2009: 57.47–60
Cadwallader, Alan
 Name Punning and Social Stereotyping: Re-inscribing Slavery
in the Letter to Philemon
2013: 61.44–60
Campbell, Antony F.
 The Yahwist Revisited1979: 27.2–14    View
 From Philistine to Throne (1 Samuel 16:14–18:16)1986: 34.35–41  View
 Past History and Present Text: The Clash of Classical and Post-Critical Approaches to Biblical Text1991: 39.1–18    View
 Women Storytellers in Ancient Israel2000: 48.72–73  View
 Invitation or …? The Bible’s Role2002: 50.1–9     View
 The Book of Job: Two Questions, One Answer2003: 51.15–25  View
 Pentateuch beyond Sources: A New Paradigm2013: 61.18–29
Campbell, R. Alistair
 Baptism and Resurrection (1 Cor 15:29)1999: 47.43–52
Charlesworth, J. H.
 Jesus Research: A Paradigm Shift for New Testament Scholars1990: 38.18–32
Charlesworth, Max
 Questions about the Natural Law1966: 14.9–23
 Report of Day Conference: The Immortality of the Soul
The Soul
1968: 16.52
Clines, David J. A.
 Comment [On F. I. Andersen’s review article]1995: 43.72–74
Coleridge, Mark
 “You Are Witnesses” (Luke 24:48): Who Sees What in Luke?1997: 45.1–19
Collins, John N.
 The Mediatorial Aspect of Paul’s Role as Diakonos1992: 40.34–44
Coloe, Mary
 The Structure of the Johannine Prologue and Genesis 11997: 45.40–55  View
 Raising the Johannine Temple (John 19:19–37)2000: 48.47–58  View
 The Johannine Pentecost: John 1:19–2:122007: 55.41–56
Cowling, C. C.
 Mark’s Use of hora1956: 5.153–60
Crotty, Robert B.
 NEB—The Books of Samuel1970: 18.16–20
 Hosea and the Knowledge of God1971: 19.1–16
 Suffering in Deutero-Zechariah1972: 20.54–56
 Changing Fashions in Biblical Interpretation1985: 33.15–30
 The Literary Structure of the Letter of James1992: 40.45–57
 James the Just in the History of Early Christianity1996: 44.42–52
 The Literary Structure of the Binding of Isaac in Genesis 222005: 53.31–41
D’Arcy, Eric
 Christian Discourse1966: 14.3–8
Dalton, William J.
 Expiation or Propitiation (Rom. 3:25)1960: 8.3–18
 Is the Old Covenant Abrogated (2 Cor 3:14)?1987: 35.88–94
 The Meaning of “We” in Galatians1990: 38.33–44
Daly-Denton, Margaret
 David the Psalmist, Inspired Prophet: Jewish Antecedents of
a New Testament Datum
2004: 52.32–47
Davies, Philip
 The Origin of Evil in Ancient Judaism2002: 50.43–54
De Bhaldraithe, Eoin
 The Johannine Prologue Structure and Origins2010: 58.57–71
Dean, Margaret E.
 The Grammar of Sound in Greek Texts: Towards a Method for Mapping the Echoes of Speech in Writing1996: 44.53–70
Diamond, Gerald J.
 Reflections upon Recent Developments in the Study of Parables
in Luke
1981: 29.1–9
Dowling, Elizabeth
 Rise and Fall: The Changing Status of Peter and Women Disciples in John 212004: 52.48–63
 Slave Parables in the Gospel of Luke—Gospel “Texts of Terror”?2008: 56.61–68
Doyle, B. Rod
 A Concern of the Evangelist: Pharisees in Matthew 121986: 34.17–34
 The Place of the Parable of the Labourers in the Vineyard in Matthew 20:1–161994: 42.39–58
Duncan, Colin
 The Bible and Objectifying Thinking—What Does Bultmann Mean by Demythologising?1966: 14.24–32
Ellis, William
 On the Text of the Account of the Lord’s Last Supper in 1 Corinthians 11:23–32 with Some Further Comment1964: 12.43–51
 Some Problems in the Corinthian Letters1966: 14.33–36
 Doulos and Diakonos: A Note on a Pauline Usage1969: 17.7–8
Elmer, Ian J.
 I, Tertius: Secretary or Co-author of Romans2008: 56.45–60
Elvey, Anne
 Earthing the Text? On the Status of the Biblical Text in Ecological Perspective2004: 52.64–79
 Love and Justice in the Gospel of Luke— Ecology, the Neighbour and Hope2012: 60.1–17
 A Hermeneutics of Retrieval: Breath and Earth Voice in Luke’s Magnificat—
Does Earth Care for the Poor?
2015: 63.67–83
Feldman, Louis H.
 Josephus’ Portrait of Ahaseurus1994: 42.17–38
 Philo’s Interpretation of Jethro2003: 51.37–46
Fitzpatrick, Michael
 From Ritual Observance to Ethics: The Argument of
Mark 7:1–23
1987: 35.22–27
Foulkes, Francis
 Some Aspects of St Paul’s Treatment of the Resurrection of Christ in 1 Corinthians 151968: 16.15–30
Franzmann, Majella
 The City as Woman: The Case of Babylon in Isaiah 471995: 43.1–19
Gardner, Anne E.
 The Way to Eternal Life in Dan 1e–2 or How to Reverse the Death Curse of Genesis 31992: 40.1–19  View
 The Nature of the New Heavens and New Earth in Isaiah 66:222002: 50.10–27  View
 1 Chronicles 8:28–32; 9:35–38: Complementary or Contrasting Genealogies?2007: 55.13–28  View
 The Narratives of Solomon’s Reign in the Light of the Historiography of Other Ancient Civilisations2008: 56.1–18
 The Eating of “Seeds” and Drinking of Water by Daniel and Friends:
An Intimation of Holiness
2011: 59.53–63
Gaventa, Beverley Roberts
 God Handed Them Over: Reading Romans 1:18–32 Apocalyptically2005: 53.42–53
Gill, Athol
 Women Ministers in the Gospel of Mark1987: 35.14–21
Gilmour, Rachelle
 Reading a Biblical Motif: Gifts of Listed Food Provisions
in the Books of Samuel
2013: 30.14–43
Goldman, M. D.
 The Isaiah MSS of the Dead Sea Scrolls1951: 1.1–22
 Lexicographical Notes on Exegesis1951: 1.57–67
 Lexicographical Notes on Exegesis (2)1951: 1.134–42
 Humour in the Hebrew Bible1952: 2.1–11
 Was Jeremiah Married?1952: 2.42–47
 Lexicographical Notes on Exegesis (3)1952: 2.48–50
 The Authorship of Jeremiah Chapter 311952: 2.108–11
 The Root “pll” and Its Connotation with Prayer. Attempted Explanation of Deuteronomy 32:311953: 3.1–6
 Lexicographical Notes on Exegesis (4)1953: 3.45–51
 The Meaning of “rg’”1954/55: 4.7–16
 The Root “NQY”1954/55: 4.49–56
 Lexicographical Notes on Exegesis (5)1954/55: 4.85–92
Grant, Alison M.
 ’adam and ’ish: Man in the OT1977: 25.2–11
Grossfeld, Bernard
 Neofiti 1 to Deut 31:7. The Problem Re-analysed1976: 24.30–34
Gurewicz, S. B.
 The Mediaeval Jewish Exegesis of the Old Testament1951: 1.23–43
 Prophecy in Israel1952: 2.29–41
 When Did the Cult Associated with the “Golden Calves” Fully Develop in the Northern Kingdom?1953: 3.41–44
 Some Reflections on the Book of Ruth1956: 5.42–57
 The Deuteronomic Provisions for Exemption from Military Service1958: 6.111–21
 The Bearing of Judges 1–2:5 on the Authorship of
the Book of Judges
1959: 7.37–40
 The Problem of Lamentations 31960: 8.19–23
 Some Examples of Modern Hebrew Exegesis of the OT1963: 11.15–23
 Hebrew Apocryphal Psalms from Qumran1967: 15.13–20
Harding, Mark
 The Salvation of Israel and the Logic of Romans 11:11–361998: 46.55–69
Hagner, Donald A.
 The Resurrection of the Body in the New Testament2011: 59.64–80
Hay, Camillus
 The Christology of Theodore of Mopsuestia1961: 9.43–45
 Antiochene Exegesis and Christology1964: 12.10–23
Hebert, Gabriel
 The Resurrection-Narrative in St Mark’s Gospel1959: 7.58–65
Henley, John A.
 Eschatology and Community in the Ethics of Paul1979: 27.24–44
Hill, John
 The Book of Jeremiah MT and Early Second Temple Conflicts about Prophets and Prophecy2002: 50.28–42  View
 Duhm-ed Again—Back to the Future in Jeremiah Research?2008: 56.19–31
 Writing the Prophetic Word: The Production of the Books of Jeremiah2009: 57.19–32
Hooley, B. A. and A. J. Mason
 Some Thoughts on the Parable of the Unjust Steward
(Luke 16:1–9)
1958: 6.47–60
Hort, Greta
 The Death of Qorah1959: 7.2–26
Ince, Gwen
 Judge for Yourselves: Teasing out Some Knots in 1 Corinthians 11:2–162000: 48.59–71
Incigneri, Brian J.
 Local Colour in Mark’s Gospel2014: 62.58–78
Jenkins, R. G.
 Translating the Scriptures: Reflections on Ancient Precedent1993: 41.1–17
Jöris, Steffen
 The Markan Use of “Unclean Spirit”: Another Messianic Strand2012: 60.49–66
Judge, E. A.
 Paul’s Boasting in Relation to Contemporary Professional Practice1968: 16.37–50
Kalimi, Isaac
 The Murders of the Messengers: Stephen versus Zechariah and the Ethical Values of “New” versus “Old” Testament2008: 56.69–73
Käsemann, Ernst
 Protestant Exegesis on the Way to the World Church: Looking Back1978: 26.2–12
 Sacrifice or Compromise1978: 26.13–25
 The Gospel and the Pious1982: 30.1–9
Keck, Leander E.
 Jesus in New Testament Christology1980: 28.1–20
Kitchen, Merrill
 Another Exile: “Jesus and His Brothers” in the Gospel of Matthew2011: 59.1–12
Kruse, Colin G.
 Sin and Perfection in 1 John2003: 51.60–70
Lade, Norman
 The Concept of Sin in the Law1959: 7.54–57
Lee, Dorothy A.
 The Story of the Woman at the Well: A Symbolic Reading
(John 4:1–42)
1993: 41.35–48
 Women as “Sinners’: Three Narratives of Salvation in Luke and John1996: 44.1–15
 Witness in the Fourth Gospel: John the Baptist and the Beloved Disciple as Counterparts2013: 61.1–17
 The Significance of Moses in the Gospel of John2015: 63.52–66
Levi, Rabbi John S.
 Akiba1996: 44.16–31
Levine, Amy-Jill
 Theory, Apologetic, History: Reviewing Jesus’ Jewish Context2007: 55.57–78
MacLean, Hector
 The Interpretation of the Bible1952: 2.73–82
MacNicol, J. D. A.
 Word and Deed in the New Testament1951: 1.44–56
Maddox, Robert
 Who are the “Sheep” and the “Goats”? A Study of the Purpose and Meaning of Matthew 25:31–461965: 13.19–28
 The Quest for Valid Methods in “Son of Man” Research1971: 19.36–51
Manly, G.
 Report of Day Conferences:
Christology
1967: 15.41–44
Marxsen, D. Willi
 The So-Called Saving Events between Good Friday and Pentecost1979: 27.15–23
McCaughey, J. Davis
 The Gnostic Gospel of Truth and the New Testament1958: 6.87–110
 The Intention of the Author: Some Questions about
the Exegesis of Acts 6:1–6
1959: 7.27–36
 Two Synoptic Problems in the Gospel of Thomas1960: 8.24–28
 The Epistles of Paul: Some Notes on the Translation of dikaiosynë and dikaioun in Romans [NEB Review Article]1961: 9.18–23
 Three “Persecution Documents” in the New Testament1969: 17.27–40
 Leon Morris on the Fourth Gospel1972: 20.44–48
 Literary Criticism and the Gospels: A Rumination1981: 29.16–25
 On Re-Reading 1 Peter1983: 31.33–44
 Matthew 6:13a: The Sixth Petition in the Lord’s Prayer1985: 33.31–40
 The Glory of God in the Face of Jesus Christ1987: 35.95–98
McIver, Robert K.
 Implications of New Data Pertaining to the Problem of Synoptic Relationships1997: 45.20–39
McLaren, James S.
 Josephus’s Summary Statements Regarding the Essenes, Pharisees and Sadducees2000: 48.31–46
 Exploring the Execution of a Provincial: Adopting a Roman Perspective on the Death of Jesus2001: 49.5–18
 The Census in Judea2005: 53.70–75
 A Note on Method in Historical Jesus Studies2009: 57.61–71
Moloney, Francis J.
 When is John talking about Sacraments?1982: 30.10–33  View
 John 1:18. “In the Bosom of” or “Turned towards” the Father1983: 31.63–71  View
 The Structure and Message of John 13:1–381986: 34.1–16    View
 The Structure and Message of John 15:1–16:31987: 35.35–49  View
 Who is “the Reader” in/of the Fourth Gospel?1992: 40.20–33  View
Morris, H. D.
 The Concept of Inspiration in the Roman Catholic Church
in Modern Times
1951: 1.112–33
Morris, Leon
 The Biblical Idea of Atonement1952: 2.83–95
 Report of Day Conference: The Immortality of the Soul
Immortality of the Soul
1968: 16.52–53
 The Passover in Rabbinic Literature1954/55: 4.57–78
 The Punishment of Sin in the Old Testament1958: 6.61–86
 Judgement and Custom1959: 7.72–74
Murphy-O’Connor, Jerome
 Pneumatikoi and Judaizers in 2 Cor 2:14–4:61986: 34.42–58
 The Date of 2 Corinthians 10–131991: 39.31–43
Murray, Campion
 The Origin of the World and Genesis 1–31965: 13.1–18
Nalty, C. G.
 The Roman Catholic Concept of the Mystical Body of Christ1952: 2.12–27
Nathan, Emmanuel (with Thomas Vollmer)
 Paul’s Reference to the Macedonians in 2 Cor 8:1–5: A Test-Case to Introduce Reputation Theory2015: 63.42–51
Neely, Mary
 A Broken Reed—The Legendary Greatness of Egypt1959: 7.66–68
Newing, Edward G.
 Up and Down—In and Out: Moses on Mount Sinai. The Literary Unity of Exodus 32–341993: 41.18–34
Nguyen, Dinh Anh Nhue
 An Evolution of Wisdom Teaching at Home? Comparing the Parental Discourses in Prov 23:15–28 and 2:1–22011: 59.31–52
Newton, Jon K.
 Story-Lines in the Book of Revelation2013: 61.61–78
O’Brien, Mark
 The “Deuteronomistic History” as a Story of Israel’s Leaders1989: 37.14–34  View
 The Story of Abraham and the Debate over the Source Hypothesis1990: 38.1–17    View
 The Portrayal of Prophets in 2 Kings 21998: 46.1–16    View
 A Load Bearing Text for Lode Bearing Texts2006: 54.13–23
 The Dynamics of the Golden Calf Story (Exodus 32–34)2012: 60.18–31
 The Ties that Bind in Numbers 26–362014: 62.1–13
Murphy-O’Connor, Jerome
 Pneumatikoi and Judaizers in 2 Cor 2:14–4:61986: 34.42–58
O’Hagan, Angelo P.
 Early Christian Exegesis Exemplified from the Epistle of Barnabas1963: 11.33–40
 Poverty in the Bible1964: 12.1–9
O’Meara, Robert
 “Luring the Crocus through the Snow”: The Parable of the Man who Had Two Sons (Luke 15:11–32)1998: 46.17–35
O’Neill, J. C.
 The Use of KYRIOS in the Book of Acts1954/55: 4.17–47
 Ephesians and First Timothy [NEB Review Article]1961: 9.13–17
 Varieties of Biblical Witness—Theological Comment1962: 10.1–9
 The Absence of the ‘in Christ’ Theology in 2 Corinthians 51987: 35.99–106
 “Did You Receive the Spirit by the Works of the Law?” (Gal 3:2): The Works of the Law in Judaism and the Pauline Corpus1998: 46.70–84
Ogden, Graham S.
 Northern Extent of Josiah’s Reforms1978: 26.26–34
Olley, John W.
 Re-Versing Tradition: The Influence of Sense-Divisions
in Reading the Bible Then and Now
2014: 62.31–43
Osborn, Eric F.
 Realism and Revelation1960: 8.29–37
 The Fourth Gospel [NEB Review Article]1961: 9.23–32
 The Gospel of Truth1962: 10.32–41
 Justin’s Response to Second Century Challenges1966: 14.37–54
 Ethical Perspectives in the New Testament1968: 16.1–14
 Ebeling, Word …1969: 17.41–53
 Historical Critical Exegesis—Käsemann's Contribution1971: 19.17–35
 Käsemann on the Fourth Gospel1972: 20.33–38
 Parable and Exposition1974: 22.11–22
 Käsemann on Romans: Ernst Käsemann, An die Römer, Review Article1975: 23.29–31
 Origen and Justification: The Good is One, There Is None Good but God (Matt 19:17 et par.)1976: 24.18–29
 The Unity of God in Pauline Thought1980: 28.39–56
 Exegesis and Theology1981: 29.32–37
 Negative and Positive Theology in John1983: 31.72–80
 Christology and Pietism1984: 32.1–17
 Variety in Australian Theology1986: 34.59–64
 Bibliography of Published Works 1957–19871987: 35.3–5
 Literature, History and Logic: The Formation of the Christian Bible1993: 41.49–63
 Ernst Käsemann (1906–1998): An Appreciation1998: 46.85
Painter, John
 Gnosticism and the Qumran Texts1969: 17.1–6
 Glimpses of the Johannine Community in the Farewel Discourses1980: 28.21–38
 A Note on the Hermeneutical Theology of Rudolf Bultmann1981: 29.26–31
 Christology and the Fourth Gospel: A Study of the Prologue1983: 31.45–62
 R. E. Brown, The Epistles of John. Review Article1984: 32.38–48
 “The Origins of Demythologising” Revisited1985: 33.2–14
 Text and Context in John 51987: 35.28–34
Parsons, I. R. M.
 Suffering in the Psalms1972: 20.49–53
Pemberton, Elizabeth G.
 The Seamless Garment: A Note on John 19:23–242006: 54.50–55
Pfitzner, Victor C.
 Purified Community—Purified Sinner: Expulsion from the Community according to Matthew 18:15–18 and 1 Corinthians 5:1–51982: 30.34–55
Pinker, Aron
 Experimenting with Entertainment in Qohelet 2:1–32010: 17.1–35
 Qohelet’s Nuanced View on Matrimony—A New Interpretation
of Qohelet 11:9–12:1a within its Pedagogical Milieu
2011: 59.13–30
 A New Interpretation of Job 28:42015: 63.29–41
Pollard, T. E.
 The Fourth Gospel: Its Background and Early Interpretation1959: 7.41–53
Pryor, John W.
 Papyrus Egerton 2 and the Fourth Gospel1989: 37.1–13    View
 Jesus and Family—A Test Case1997: 45.56–69  View
Rankin, David
 Tertullian’s Use of the Pastoral Epistles in his Doctrine of Ministry1984: 32.18–37
Reaburn, Mary
 St Jerome and Porphyry Interpret the Book of Daniel2004: 52.1–16
Renshaw, John R.
 A Study of Romans 3:21–311967: 15.21–27
Repschinski, Boris
 Re-imagining the Presence of God: The Temple and the Messiah
in the Gospel of Matthew
2006: 54.37–49
Robinson, D. W. B.
 The Circumcision of Titus, and Paul’s “Liberty”1964: 12.24–42
 The Distinction between Jewish and Gentile Believers in Galatians1965: 13.29–48
 “We are the Circumcision”1967: 15.28–35
Roffey, John W.
 God’s Truth, Jonah’s Fish: Structure and Existence in the
Book of Jonah
1988: 36.1–18
Salom, A. P.
 The Imperative Use of hina in the New Testament1958: 6.123–41
 The Imperatival Use of the Participle in the New Testament1963: 11.41–49
Schindler, Audrey
 One Who Has Borne Most: The Cri de Coeur of Job’s Wife2006: 54.24–36
Schneiders, Sandra M.
 Biblical Interpretation—the Soul of Theology2010: 58.72–82
Schweizer, Eduard
 Variety and Unity in the New Testament Proclamation of Jesus
as the Son of God
1967: 15.1–12
 Jesus, the Lord of His Church1971: 19.52–67
 Matthew’s View of the Church in his 18th Chapter1973: 21.7–14
 Rudolf Bultmann—A Tribute1976: 24.2–5
 Rudolf Bultmann and Karl Rahner: The Influence of Bultmann on Modern Catholic Theology1977: 25.29–36
Scullion, John J.
 An Interpretation of Romans 5:121968: 16.31–36
 New Thinking on Creation and Sin in Genesis 1–111974: 22.1–10
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