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The Catholic Biblical Association of America mourns the passing of Benedict T. Viviano, O.P., an active member since 1977, CBQ Associate Editor...

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Former CBA Executive Secretary, Fr,. Joseph Jensen, is celebrating 75 years as a Benedictine.

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It is with great sorrow that we learn of the death of the Rev. Prof. Thomas D. Stegman SJ (1963–2023), a CBA member of long standing. Tom...

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During the CBA Business Meeting on Monday, July 24, 2023 at Creighton University and via Zoom, FULL MEMBERS will be asked to vote on five motions to...

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Table of Contents A Comparative Interpretation of the Old Testament Prohibited Mixtures: Mixed Breeding in Leviticus 19:19 Nicholas J....

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This year's four Emerging Scholars Fellows are Abigail Bodeau (Baylor University), Sharon Gutkowski (Villanova University), Noelle G. Johnson...

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Congratulations to David A. deSilva! The École biblique et archéologique française de Jérusalem has selected David A....

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Table of Contents “Apart from These Things I Am Pressured Daily from My Anxiety for All the Churches” (2 Cor 11:28): The Intersection...

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In Memoriam: We are saddened by the passing of the Rev. Prof. Donald P. Senior, CP, President Emeritus, Chancellor, and Professor of New...

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Congratulations to Harry Nasuti! The Pontifical Biblical Institute has selected Harry P. Nasuti as the CBA Visiting Professor for the 2023-24...

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In Memoriam: The CBA is saddened by the passing of the Rev. Msgr. Prof. John P. Meier (August 8, 1942–October 18, 2022), a priest...

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Table of Contents Make a Fence for the Torah: A Positive Reading of the Woman’s Words in Genesis 3:3Dan York Intertextuality, Liturgy, and...

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