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Textual History of Ezekiel
(Brill, 2016-04-07) - Book item,
Serving in the tabernacle in heaven: sacred space, Jesus’s high-priestly sacrifice, and Hebrews’ analogical theology
(Brill, 2016-05) - Book item,
In Hebrews the sacred space of the heavenly tabernacle and the sacrifice Jesus offers there are often interpreted as part of an extended metaphor intended to explain the salvific benefits of the event of Jesus’s crucifixion ...
Hebrews and the General Epistles
(Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2016-06-16) - Book item,
The hermeneutics of scribal rewriting in Targum Jonathan Ezekiel
(2014-12) - Journal article,
This paper examines a number of expansions and rewordings in Tg. J. Ezek 1 that alter or elaborate upon the description of the celestial creatures. The object is threefold: to identify textual cues within the Targum’s ...
A Kierkegaardian guide to reading scripture
(2016-09) - Journal article,
Kierkegaard is well known for being critical of a scholarly reading of the bible. It is generally understood that his primary concern was that “objective” biblical scholarship was undermining the possibility of a reader’s ...
The role of Jesus' resurrection in the Epistle to the Hebrews, once again : a brief response to Jean-René Moret
(2016-04) - Journal article,
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 ...
Translating dikaiosynē : a response
(2014-07) - Journal article,
A response to Richard Moore’s critique of N. T. Wright’s translation of Paul’s use of δικαιοσύνη language.
How Greek was Paul's Eschatology?
(2015-04) - Journal article,
Wisdom of Solomon, Canon and Authority
(2013) - Journal article,
The book known as the Wisdom of Solomon seems to have been held in high enough regard for it to come to the aid of many in the Early Church, at least from the time of Origen until that of Theodoret. A consideration of how ...