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The relevance of certain Semiticisms in the Gothic New Testament
(2018-09-01) - Journal article,
It is worth emphasizing that it is not the generic Greek language which exerts Hellenizing influence on Gothic, but rather the Greek New Testament specifically. This is demonstrated by the consideration of unGreek features ...
"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,
Transformation of law : Ezekiel’s use of the Holiness Code (Leviticus 17–26)
(Pickwick Publications (Wipf and Stock Publishers), 2010-01-01) - 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, ...
Paul and the Servant(s) : Isa 49,6 in Acts 13,47
(2013) - 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 ...
Envisioning restoration : innovations in Ezekiel 40–48
(Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2014-07-31) - Book item,
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 ...
Attending to the story of Adam, Eve, and the Fall
(2017-05-05) - Journal article,
In response to Hud Hudson's The Fall and Hypertime, I raise the question as to whether it is constructive to to use the story of Adam, Eve, and the Fall to make a specific apologetic point that draws attention to a reading ...