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Atonement at the right hand: the sacrificial significance of Jesus’ exaltation in Acts
(2016-10) - Journal article,
Luke-Acts is strangely silent regarding the sacrificial significance of Jesus’ crucifixion. Curiously, too, Acts more closely links the salvific benefits that Jesus provides with his resurrection and exaltation than with ...
How Greek was Paul's Eschatology?
(2015-04) - Journal article,
The origins of Pauline theology : paratexts and Priscillian of Avila’s Canons on the Letters of the Apostle Paul
(2017-01) - Journal article,
Pauline theology is a well-established undertaking in modern New Testament studies, and yet it is almost entirely without precedent prior to the nineteenth century. This article explores the enterprise of Pauline theology ...
Revelation 19.16's inscribed thigh : an allusion to Gen 49.10b
(2014-04) - Journal article,
The inscribed thigh of the rider on the white horse in Rev 19.16 is an allusion to an MT-like Gen 49.10b text. The phrase 'inscribed on his thigh' was a legitimate translation of the words found in Gen 49.10b at the time ...
The role of Jesus' resurrection in the Epistle to the Hebrews, once again : a brief response to Jean-René Moret
(2016-04) - Journal article,
"A barley cake" (Ezek 4:12a) : syntax and redaction
(2014) - Journal article,
Most commentators and translators have analysed Ezek 4:12a as a construction containing a pre-verbal noun phrase functioning as an adverbial: "And, as a barley cake, you shall eat it". Most commentators have then argued ...
Psalm 22 and the 'Servants' of Isaiah 54; 56-66
(2015-10) - Journal article,
Review of J. R. Daniel Kirk, A man attested by God: the human Jesus of the Synoptic Gospels
(2017-09) - Journal item,
Envisioning restoration : innovations in Ezekiel 40–48
(Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2014-07-31) - Book item,
Marking innerbiblical allusion in the Book of Ezekiel
(2007) - Journal article,
How did ancient Israelite authors make it clear that they were purposefully alluding to other texts? After all, the presence of verbal parallels between two texts can be attributed to coincidence, to unconscious dependence, ...