Research Reports

Guidelines for Research Reports

Dues-paying Full Members are invited to present Research Reports during the CBA Annual General Meeting. 
Research Reports are allotted 40 minutes, which includes 10 minutes for discussion. This is an excellent opportunity for individuals to present, and have critiqued, original work recently published or still in progress.

The call for papers is issued to CBA members every year in January.


Research Reports Presented:

2017:

  • Martin C. Albl — "Luther's Fuller Appreciation of the Letter of James"
  • Gary A. Anderson — "The Poetics of the Tabernacle Narrative: Why are there two Stories of Consecration?"
  • James W. Barker — "Justin Martyr's Gospel Harmonizations"
  • Leslie A. Baynes — "Baby Snatchers: Heavenly Ascent in Revelation 12:5"
  • Don C. Benjamin — "The Many Faces of Moses in Deuteronomy"
  • Dulcinea Boesenberg — "Moses as Ancient Witness: Prooftexting in Luke-Acts?"
  • Sherri L. Brown — "Creation and the Revelation of God: Interwoven and Interactive Themes across John 1"
  • John T. Carroll — "Disability & Dis-ease: Bodies and Ethics of Reading in Luke-Acts"
  • Alessandro Cavicchia — "Psa. 22(21) in John's Gospel: Data and Interpretation"
  • Rekha M. Chennattu, R.A. — "Life in Abundance: Johannine Ethics from an Indian Feminist Perspective"
  • Michael B. Cover — "The Divine Comedy at Corinth: Paul, Menander, and the Rhetoric of Resurrection"
  • Giovanna R Czander — "What? No Piercing? An Undergraduates' Guide to Biblical Law"
  • Andrew R. Davis — "A Near Eastern Treaty Parallel to Ezekiel's Dry Bones"
  • Jenny DeVivo — "The Transfiguration as the Basis for Apostolic Authority in 2 Peter"
  • Toan Do — "A Neglected Condition to Inhospitality in 2 John 10"
  • Mark J. Goodwin — "Paul, Participation in Christ, and the Patristic Witness"
  • Deena E. Grant — "A Prototype Emotion-Script Approach to Human and Divine Hate"
  • Harry Hagan, O.S.B — "Journey in the Bible"
  • Robert D. Holmstedt — "The Syntax of Poetry in Biblical Hebrew"
  • Dorothy A. Lee — "Matthew and the Natural World"
  • Mark Kiley — "Hebrew/Aramaic Influence on the Gospel of Matthew"
  • Anne Marie Kitz — "*yahwe(h) and *yahway"
  • Francis M. Macatangay — "Wages and God in the Book of Tobit"
  • Danny Matthews — "Exod 2:1-10 Compared to Herodotus' Portrayal of Cyrus"
  • Timothy Milinovich — "Talking Points on the Opponents: The Political Strategy of Galatians"
  • Francis J. Moloney, S.D.B. — "Revisiting the Temple: Mark 11:15-17"
  • David Penchansky — "Hosea and History"
  • Catherine Petrany — "Suffering, Speech and Wordlessness in Psalm 73"
  • Brant Pitre — "The Historical Jesus and the Apocalyptic "Thunderbolt" (Mt 11:25-27//Lk 10:21-22)"
  • Antonio Portalatin — "Parable Theory from an Intertextual Perspective"
  • Mark Reasoner — "Paul's Letter against the Roman Gods"
  • Ian W. Scott — "Reading the Parable of the Sower as an Applied Conceptual Metaphor"
  • Christopher J. Seeman — "What Killed Jesus? The Fate of the Messenger in Mark"
  • Michael Ufok Udoekpo — "Israel's Prophets and Prophetic Effects of Pope Francis"
  • Gerald Emem Umorem — "The Plight of the Firstborn in Genesis: Implications for Africa"
  • Frank Connolly-Weinert — "In the Way of the Lord: Pilgrimage as Lucan Metanarrative"
  • John T. Willis — "Jeremiah's Figures of Sin as Unnatural or Inappropriate Response to God's Love"

2017 Emerging Scholar Fellows:

  • Joshua Noble — "Dating Acts: Where Are We, and Where Are We Going?"
  • Benedict Schöning — "Siblinghood as a Community-Creating Metaphor in the HDR"

2016:

  • Peter Claver Ajer – "The Death of Jesus and the Politics of Place in the Gospel of John"
  • Joseph C. Atkinson – "Creation-Flood-Exodus as Primordial Triptych"
  • Michael G. Azar – "Old, New, Neither: Romans 7 and an Eastern Orthodox Perspective"
  • Kelley N. Coblentz Bautch – "Pseudepigraphal Texts as Christian Literature"
  • Leslie Baynes – "Hopeless Rich Men in Sheol: Luke 16:19-25 and the Parables of Enoch 62-63"
  • Don C. Benjamin – "The Land Rights of Women in Deuteronomy and the Near East"
  • Dulcinea Boesenberg – "Jewish Identity and Torah-Observance in Acts"
  • David A. Bosworth – "Infant Abandonment Stories in Hebrew and Greek"
  • Sherri Brown – "Believing in the Gospel of John: The Ethical Imperative to Becoming Children of God"
  • Alessandro Cavicchia – "Intertextual analysis of 4QpIsa fr. 8–10:17-25 and Jn 19:2-5"
  • Michael Cover – "Jewish Wisdom and Greco-Roman Philosophy"
  • Lesley DiFransico – "The Metaphorical Removal of Sin in the Hebrew Bible"
  • Toan Do – "The Johannine Request to "Come and See" and an Ethic of Love"
  • Michael W. Duggan – "The Temple Reconstruction and Dedication in Ezra 1-6"
  • Mark Enemali, C.S.Sp. – "The Ark of YHWH/the Covenant as a Visible Manifestation of God"
  • Shawn W. Flynn – "Ancient Israelite Children in Comparative Perspective"
  • Garrett Galvin, O.F.M. – "Kingship: Moving Back from Reconceptualization to Concept"
  • Harry Hagan, O.S.B. – "Master Plots and the Biblical Narrative"
  • Todd Hanneken – "Eating on Blood: What Is It? Who Did It? Why? Why Not?"
  • Todd Hibbard – "The Place and Function of Isaiah 2:2–4 in the Book of Isaiah"
  • Joseph E. Jensen, – "From Angel-as-Divine-Agent to Archangel Michael"
  • Henry Ansgar Kelly – "Love of Neighbor as Great Commandment: Grasping at Straws in the OT"
  • Anne Marie Kitz – "Two *√hyy/hwy Deities"
  • Paul Korchin – "Glimpsing Archaic Biblical Hebrew"
  • Rob Kugler – "Violence and the Testament of Job"
  • Dale Launderville – "Text, Translation, and Reception History"
  • Mahri Leonard-Fleckman – "Scribal Imagination and the Adulterous Wife"
  • Eric F. Mason – "Abraham Traditions in Second Temple Period Texts and the New Testament"
  • Danny Mathews – "Royal Motifs in the Pentateuchal Portrayal of Moses"
  • Mark A. Matson – "The Rhetoric of Luke's Travel Narrative"
  • David Penchansky – "Hosea Through Three Lenses: Classic Commentaries Compared"
  • Mark Reasoner – "Reformed and Pietist Romans Interpretation in 17th – 19th Centuries"
  • Christopher Rupert, S.J. – "Swallowing Pride: Lessons from Peter and Paul"
  • Marie Noonan Sabin – "Elements of Jewish Mysticism in the Gospels"
  • John J. Schmitt – "The Uniquenesses of Zephaniah 3:14"
  • Chris Seeman – "Loving What Is Beautiful Together: The Poetics of Torah Observance in Josephus"
  • Michael R. Simone, S.J. – "Coals as of Fire: Acts 2:3 in Semitic Context"
  • Michael Ufok Udoekpo – "Idle Songs (Hamōn Širȋm) and Worship: Prophetic Critique of Amos 5 for Today"
  • John T. Willis – "Water as a Symbol of Peace in the Psalter"

2015:

  • Klaus-Peter Adam – "The Terminology for Enemies in the Psalms"
  • Kelley N. Coblentz Bautch – "Toward an Understanding of the Translations and Textual History of Enochic Literature"
  • Leslie Baynes – "'I Am No Higher Critic': C. S. Lewis in the Context of 20th c. Biblical Scholarship"
  • Don C. Benjamin – "Women in/and Deuteronomy"
  • Regina Boisclair – "Environmental Hermeneutics - Three Approaches"
  • David A. Bosworth – "Did King David Read Machiavelli?"
  • Sherri Brown – "The Challenge of 2 Peter for the Christian Faithful"
  • Teresa R. Brown – "Gleaning in 21st Century Urban Society"
  • Andrew R. Davis – "Re-reading 1 Kings 17:21 in Light of Ancient Medical Texts"
  • Toan Do – "Does ὥστε ἔχειν Imply an Actuality or a Probability? Paul's Rhetoric in 1 Cor 5:1"
  • Peter Dubovsky, S.J. – "The Building of the First Temple: A Study in Redactional, Text-Critical and Historical Perspective"
  • Juraj Feník – "Christus Dominans? Preposition and Christology in Colossians
  • Mark J Goodwin – "Romans 9:25 and the Elective Love of God: Scriptural Background and Epistolary Function"
  • Mark Giszczak – "Ritual Gesture and Social Cohesion in the Old Testament"
  • Angela Kim Harkins – "The Function of Prayers of Ritual Mourning in the Second Temple Period"
  • Herbert Huffmon – "1 Kings 13 – A Tale of Two Prophets"
  • Mark Kiley – "That Nothing Be Lost"
  • Patrick J. Madden – "Raised According to the Scriptures: Another Look at Hosea 6:1-2"
  • Timothy Milinovich – "Broken Households: Family Conflict and Composition in the Gospel
  • Geoffrey David Miller – "Ḥērem in Deuteronomy"
  • Mark Reasoner – "The Modus Argumendi of Romans 9-11: Does Paul Know the End from the Beginning?"
  • Vincent Skemp – "The Group of Women in the Thecla Narrative vis-à-vis Greco-Roman Choruses"
  • Mark S. Smith – "Isaiah 7-8 or 7+8? Questions of Perspectives, Settings, and Paths to Production"
  • Andrea Spatafora – "Brevard Childs's Canonical Approach: A Catholic Perspective"
  • Peter Spitaler – "Patience and Suffering as Solutions to Oppression? A Review of James 5:7-11"
  • Blazej Strba – "Sight or Skin?
  • Gregory Tatum, O.P. – "N. T. Wright on Covenant and Torah"
  • Gerald Emem Umoren – "The Import of Hope in the Life of the Old Testament Exiles: An Interpretation of Psalm 137 and its Implications for the Displaced Victims of Insurgency Today"
  • Benedict Viviano, O.P – "John the Baptist in John and Matthew, Mentor and Forerunner"
  • Peter S. Williamson – "The First Resurrection: A Catholic Reading of the Millennium (Rev 20:4-6)"
  • John T. Willis – "Roles of Lions in Hebrew Prophetic Literature"

2014:

  • C. Clifton Black – “Endzeit als Urzeit: Dimensions of Creation in the Gospel according to Mark”
  • Charles A. Bobertz – “The Liturgical Reading of the Gospel of Mark”
  • Regina A. Boisclair – “Lectionary Readings on Poverty and Affluence in the Eastern and Western Churches”
  • David A. Bosworth – “Deities as Parental Figures in Hebrew and Akkadian Prayers”
  • Sherri Brown – “What’s in an Ending? John 21 and the Performative Force and an Epilogue”
  • Richard J. Clifford, S.J. – “Interpreting Proverbs 1–9”
  • John Granger Cook – “Ancient Images of Crucifixion, Classical Texts, and Mark 15:34”
  • Michael A. Daise – “The Quotation of Psalm 69:10 at John 2:17”
  • Toan Do – “The First Disciples of Jesus: A Literary Awareness of Early Gospel Traditions in John 1:35-51”
  • Garrett Galvin, O.F.M. – “The Chronicler’s Ideological Treatment of Early Judean Kings”
  • Florence Morgan Gillman – “ ‘You Turned to God from Idols’ (1 Thess 1:9): A Rejection Especially Difficult for Women?”
  • Jin H. Han – “Prudence ridens: The Sage’s Smile in Proverbs”
  • Todd R. Hanneken – “Recent Technological Developments for the Recovery of Text from Unreadable Manuscripts”
  • Angela Kim Harkins – “A Reappraisal of the Teacher of Righteousness”
  • John Kaltner – “Nature as Muslim: Applying a Qur’anic Concept to the Bible”
  • Francis M. Macatangay – “Burial of the Dead in the Book of Tobit as Imitation and Anticipation of God’s Restoration of Israel”
  • Eric F. Mason – “Apocalyptic Elements in the Epistle to the Hebrews”
  • Mark A. Matson – “Foreshadowing and Realization: Key Elements in John’s Narrative Construction”
  • Geoffrey David Miller – “Testing an Inadequate Father: A New Reading of the Aqedah
  • Craig E. Morrison, O.Carm. – “Meribaal (or Mephiboshet) responds to Leonhard Rost”
  • vanThanh Nguyen, S.V.D. – “The Edict of Claudius and the Expulsion of Priscilla and Aquila (Acts 18:1-2a)”
  • Paul Niskanen – “The Text of Isaiah 62:5: From MT to Bishop Lowth and Back Again by Way of LXX”
  • David Penchansky – “The Ant Sura, Solomon, Moses in Bible and Qur’an”
  • Jean-François Racine – “Reading the Bible from an Aesthetic Perspective at the End of the 18th Century: Samuel Jackson Pratt’s The Sublime and Beautiful of Scripture”
  • Mark Reasoner – “‘The Thoughts of Many Hearts’: Interior Characterization in the Gospel of Luke”
  • Joseph Riordan, S.J. – “Sin of Omission or Commission: An Insertion in 4QJera”
  • Marie Noonan Sabin – “Sharing in Divinity: Wisdom in Ancient Texts”
  • Gregory Tatum, O.P. – “Paul’s Three Types of Christians”
  • Lourdes García Ureña – “Seeing Visions in the Book of Revelation”
  • Matthew G. Whitlock – “Paul’s Poetic Techniques and the Poetry of the Septuagint”
  • John T. Willis – “Water Symbolism in the Psalter”
  • Michael Winger – “What Led to the Creation of Gospels?”

2013:

  • J. Enrique Aguilar — A Theological Reading of expneusen in Mark 15:37, 39
  • S. Scott Bartchy — Why Paul Lost His Authority in Corinth
  • Charles A. Bobertz — The Liturgical Purpose of Mark’s Gospel
  • R. John Boettcher — Revealing Imperatives in John
  • Sherri L. Brown — What is Truth? Jesus, Pilate, and the Staging of the Dialogue of the Cross in John 18–19
  • Terrance D. Callan — Reading the Earliest Copies of 2 Peter
  • Randall D. Chesnutt — A Third-Century Fragment of Romans 4–5: Deciphering MS 0220
  • Francis D. Connolly-Weinert — Jesus as Davidic Royal Champion
  • John C. Endres, S.J. — The Book of Jubilees and Biblical Cartography: A History of Interpretive Influence
  • Garrett M. Galvin, O.F.M. — Kingship: An Institution Rather than an Individual
  • Florence Morgan Gillman — Paul and His Nursing Mother Metaphor (1 Thessalonians 2:7)
  • Harry Hagan — Battle Narrative in the ANE and in the Historical Books of the Bible
  • Gina Hens-Piazza — The Major Importance of Minor Biblical Characters
  • Henry Ansgar Kelly & Leslie K. Arnovick — Bishop Challoner’s Ecumenical Revision of Douai-Rheims: Modernizing and Antiquating
  • Dale Launderville, O.S.B. — Prophetic Versus Apocalyptic Ezekiel: A Commentary on a Pluriform Text
  • Linda M. Maloney — The Sign of Jonah: Is There Something Fishy Here, or Not?
  • Elliott C. Maloney, O.S.B. — St. Paul, Master of the Spiritual Life ‘in Christ’
  • Michael D. Matlock — Approaches to Intertextuality Hermeneutics in Second Temple Jewish Literature Review, Appraisals, and Possibilities
  • Caroline N. Mbonu, H.H.C.J. — ‘He Loves Our Nation’: A Paradigm of Effective Governance in Luke 7:1-10 [cancelled]
  • Thomas P. McCreesh, O.P. — ANE Proverb Collections, Instructions, and the Book of Proverbs
  • Geoffrey David Miller — Shining a Light on the Dark Side of God: Divine Deceit in 1 Kings 22
  • Francis J. Moloney, S.D.B. — Taking the eis telos of John 13:1 Seriously
  • Michael Patella — Lectio divinia: What It Is, and What It Is Not
  • C. Gilbert Romero — The Reader-Response Method as a Pastoral Guide to Biblical Interpretation
  • Mark S. Smith — The Three Bodies of God in the Hebrew Bible
  • Scott R. A. Starbuck — Intended Ironical Royal Deconstruction in Psalm 45
  • John A. Szukalski, S.V.D. — Tormented in Hades
  • Gregory Tatum, O.P. — Romans 8:21: Liberation/Glorification
  • L. John Topel, S.J. — "I Will Not Leave You Orphans" (John 14:18a)
  • Michael Ufok Udoekpo — The Theological Functions of “Seek the Lord” (bᾱqašʾ ădōnᾱy) in Zephaniah 2:1-3 Towards an Hermeneutics of Faith
  • Matthew G. Whitlock — An Aesthetical Approach to the Poetry of the Acts of the Apostles
  • Lauress L. Wilkins — Silent Sisters in Obadiah
  • John T. Willis — Four Assessments of Sacrifice in Psalms 50 and 51

2012:

  • Klaus-Peter Adam — Private Long-Term Enmity as a Social Status in Biblical Law
  • Leslie A. Baynes — C. S. Lewis’s ‘Mad, Bad, or God’ Argument: A Response from Biblical Studies
  • Vincent P. Branick — Universal Salvation in the Letters of Paul
  • David A. Bosworth — The Weeping Prophet: Tears in the Book of Jeremiah
  • Zeba A. Crook — Manufacturing Memory: Redaction Criticism in Light of Collective Memory Theory
  • Andrew R. Davis — Job 14:17 in Its Archaeological Context
  • David L. Eastman — The Deaths of the Apostles: Ancient Accounts of the Martyrdoms of Peter and Paul
  • Brigid Curtin Frein — Jesus as Provocateur in Luke’s Gospel
  • Garrett M. Galvin, O.F.M. — Joseph as Wisdom Literature
  • Gregory Y. Glazov — In Defense of the Pneumatological Version of the Lord’s Prayer in Luke 11:2-4
  • Andrew T. Glicksman — Divine Filiation in the Wisdom of Solomon
  • Deena E. Grant — Divine Anger and Covenant Kinship in Deuteronomy
  • Harry Hagan, O.S.B. — The Traditional Roles of Foreigners in Biblical Narrative
  • Angela Kim Harkins — The Phenomenal Experience of Transformation in the Odes of Solomon 11
  • Henry Ansgar Kelly — Reclaiming the Middle English Bible from the Wycliffites
  • Mark Kiley — ‘Ayin and Entrance in Luke 1 and 2
  • Ralph W. Klein — The Fit of the Prayer of Azariah in Daniel 3 and in Our Contexts
  • Stephen J. Lampe — Connecting ‘kairotic’ sēmeron with Lucan sōtēria
  • Francis M. Macatangay — Acts of Mercy as Acts of Remembrance in Tobit
  • William S. Morrow — Legal Ambiguities
  • Robert L. Mowery — Fishers, Initiates, and Roman Christians
  • Paul Niskanen — Prophecy and Covenant: The Meaning and Function of Isa 59:21 in the Book of Isaiah [cancelled]
  • Thomas P. Osborne — Recurring Patterns and the Search for the Structure of Matthew’s Gospel
  • David Penchansky — How Do the Jinn Function in the Qur’an?
  • Deborah Furlan Taylor — The Historical and Theological Horizons of Daniel 7
  • Michael U. Udoekpo — Psalm 126 and the Prophecy of Zephaniah: A Comparative Study
  • John T. Willis — Protection in a Context of Wickedness and Righteousness, Hate and Love—A Study of Psalm 5

2011:

  • J. Enrique Aguilar — The Meaning of "Justice" (dikaiosynē) in the Letters of Paul
  • Martin C. Albl — Jesus Traditions and the Role of the Jerusalem Church
  • David W. Baker — Person and Property in the Pentateuch: An Economic Exploration
  • David A. Bosworth — "My Eyes Flow with Tears": The Function of Weeping in Lamentation
  • Thomas L. Brodie, O.P. — Q: Tip of a Proto-Luke Iceberg, More Rooted, Unified and Useful
  • Susan A. Calef — The Genesis of "authority on her head" (1 Cor 11:10): Reconstructing the "Logic" of Paul’s Creation Cosmology
  • John T. Carroll — The Reign of God and the Roman Empire in the Gospel of Luke
  • Mary L. Coloe, P.B.V.M. — Creation and New Creation: Considering Johannine Soteriology
  • John Granger Cook — Crucifixion as Spectacle in Roman Campania
  • Daniel K. Darko — Exaggerated Distinction: Ephesians’ Continuity with the Use of Kinship Language in Undisputed Pauline Letters
  • Peter Dubovsky, S.J. — Invasion Reports in 1–2 Kings: Narrative Device or Historical Facts?
  • Michael W. Duggan — The Significance of Passover and Booths for Early Judaism according to Ezra-Nehemiah
  • Christopher Frechette, S.J. — What Does "Bless the LORD!" Mean?
  • Garrett M. Galvin, O.F.M. — Understanding Jeroboam through a Comparison with David
  • Mark J. Goodwin — "Her that was not Beloved, I will call My Beloved": Rom 9:25, Gentile Election, and the Living God
  • Deena E. Grant — The Divine Warrior and His Anger as a Weapon in Old Poetry
  • Andrew D. Gross — The Emergence of Written Law in the Ancient Near East
  • Harry Hagan, O.S.B. — The Lament Psalms as Dramatic Monologues
  • Joseph Jensen, O.S.B. — The Rocky Road to the NABRE Psalter
  • Henry Ansgar Kelly — Exorcism in the NT: Jesus Exorcized by Caiaphas and the Filthy Spirit Legion; Nasty Spirits Exorcized by Judean Exorcists, but Evicted by Paul’s Aprons
  • Michael Kolarcik, S.J. — Creation and Chaos in Genesis 1
  • Carl Allen Kuhn — Deaf or Defiant? Pathos as Key to Understanding the Naming of John (Luke 1:57-80)
  • Dale Launderville, O.S.B. — Ezekielian Rebelliousness: An Illustration of the Communication between Scribes of the Prophetic and the Pentateuchal Traditions
  • Troy W. Martin — First Peter: An Early Christian Faith Document
  • Frank J. Matera — A Pauline Theology of God’s Saving Grace
  • Geoffrey David Miller — An Intercalation Revisited: Christology in Mark 6:6b-30
  • James Chukwuma Okoye, C.S.Sp. — What is the Spirit Doing in Joel 3:1-2?
  • David Penchansky — Biblical Criticism and the Qur’an: The Case of Abu Lahab (Sura 111)
  • Jean-François Racine — A Second Dose of the Holy Spirit: Contribution of Acts 4:23–31 to the Plot of Acts of the Apostles
  • C. Gilbert Romero — A Pastoral Approach to Scripture: the Bible and the Parish
  • Eileen Schuller, O.S.U. — The Hodayot/Thanksgiving Psalms from Qumran: the Place of Petition
  • Peter Spitaler — The Curious Case of dōrean in Gal 2:21
  • Gregory Tatum, O.P. — "The Faith of Christ," Divine Fidelity, and Believers
  • Benedict Thomas Viviano, O.P. — Who Wrote Q? The Sayings Document as the Apostle Matthew’s Private Notebook
  • Peter S. Williamson — Preparing Pastoral Ministers for the Ministry of the Word

2010:

  • Martin C. Albl — Nature and Natural Law in the Letter of James
  • Laurie A. Brink, O.P. — Reading Ancient Texts in Context: The Characterization of Soldiers in Acts of the Apostles
  • John J. Clabeaux — The Effects of Second Temple Religion on Emerging Christianity
  • Daniel K. Darko — Re-examining the "Apologetic Hypothesis" and the Social Import of the Haustafel in Ephesians
  • Michael W. Duggan — Aramaic Documents in Ezra: Authenticity, Function, and Theology
  • Paul S. Evans — Historia or Exegesis? Assessing the Chronicler’s Hezekiah-Sennacherib Narrative
  • Pablo T. Gadenz — Covenant-Making by Blood: The Crux at Heb 9:16-17
  • Florence Morgan Gillman — Teaching Biblical Studies Emphasizing Human Dignity and Justice: A Pedagogical Discussion
  • Gregory Yuri Glazov — In Defense of Goulder’s Understanding of the Structural Links between the Lord’s Prayer, the Beatitudes, and the Sermon on the Mount
  • Mark J. Goodwin — Critiquing a Consensus: The Theory of Synagogue Expulsion in John
  • Harry Hagan, O.S.B. — The "Two Men in Dazzling Garments" (Luke 24:4)
  • Karina Martin Hogan — The "Earthy" Origins of Humankind in Ben Sira and the Book of the Watchers
  • John R. Jackson — Psalm 37 and Liturgies of Defiance
  • Henry Ansgar Kelly — Early Reactions to God’s Empty Threat of Instant Death to Adam
  • Kenneth D. Litwak — Expectations of Early Christian Audiences and the Use of Quotations in Rhetoric
  • Hellen Mardaga — The Hapax Legomena in the Gospel of John
  • Troy W. Martin — Animals Impregnated by the Wind and Mary’s Pregnancy by the Holy Spirit
  • Ernest R. Martinez, S.J. — Luke’s Account of the Death of Jesus
  • Eric F. Mason — Jesus and the "Eternal Spirit" of Heb 9:14
  • Paul G. Mosca — Reading Gen 6:3 against the Grain
  • Paul Niskanen — The Other Image Passages
  • James Okoye, C.S.Sp. — What Is the Spiritual Sense of the Old Testament?
  • David Penchansky — Surah Al-Falaq (113) and Surah An-Nas (114)--An Intertextual, Literary Reading of the Qur’an Employing Biblical Critical Methodology
  • Vincent A. Pizzuto — The Magi’s Compass: Mapping the Contemplative Landscape of Matthew’s Gospel
  • Christopher J. Seeman — Enter the Dragon: Mordecai as Agonistic Combatant in Greek Esther
  • Jeffrey S. Siker — Uses of the Bible in the Political Rhetoric of President Barack Obama
  • Vincent M. Smiles — Getting the Bible into the Science-Theology Dialogue: The Role of Historical Criticism
  • Gregory Tatum, O.P. — Three-Dimensional Soteriology in Paul and John
  • L. John Topel, S.J. — "I will not leave you orphans": John 14:18a
  • Richard Van De Water — Moreh Sedeq as Melchi Sedeq: A New Look at Messianism in 11Q13 [cancelled]
  • Peter S. Williamson — Progress Report: Scripture across the Curriculum
  • Timothy M. Willis — 2 Sam 7:23 and the Case for Deuteronomistic Redaction of the Prayer of David

2009:

  • David A. Bosworth — Does Lamentations Help?: Paradoxes of Emotional Expression
  • Susan A. Calef — "It Shall Not Be So among You" (Mark 10:43): Implications for a Markan Spirituality
  • Warren Carter — Festivals and John’s Rhetoric of Distance
  • Mary L. Coloe, P.B.V.M. — Pentecost in the Fourth Gospel
  • Joan E. Cook, S.C. — Malachi and Memory
  • John Granger Cook — Suffering in 1 Peter: Local anxiety, empire, and the imitatio Christi
  • Deirdra A. Dempsey & Rudolph H. Dornemann — Continuing Excavations at Tell Qarqur, 2009 Season
  • Peter Dubovsky, S.J. — Causes of the Downfall of the Northern Kingdom
  • Susan M. Elliott — Jesus’ Teachings about God’s Family Empire vs. Caesar’s Family Empire
  • Daniel J. Harrington, S.J. — Soteriology in the Wisdom of Solomon
  • Jozef Janćovǐc — Ambiguous Echo of the Golden Calf Narrative in Torah
  • Joseph E. Jensen — Unforgivable Sin: A Contextual and Intertextual Study
  • Henry Ansgar Kelly — Lucifer: The Good, the Bad, and the Really Bad (Jesus, Nabuchodonosor, and Satan)
  • Karl Allen Kuhn — The Cardiography of Biblical Narrative
  • Alice L. Laffey — Recovering the Metaphor: Hosea 1–3
  • Eric F. Mason — The Heavenly Sanctuary in Hebrews and Second Temple Judaism
  • Geoffrey D. Miller — All Because of a Woman? Tobit’s Exclusion from the Jewish Canon
  • Robert D. Miller, II — Revisiting Oral Tradition and The Deuteronomistic History
  • Robert L. Mowery — A Ring-Shaped Pattern in the Sermon on the Mount
  • David Penchansky — Wisdom, Madness and Folly: The Vexation of Qoheleth
  • Ahida E. Pilarski — A Study of the References to BaT-`ammî in Jer 8:18-23: A Gendered Lamentation
  • Barbara E. Reid, O.P. — Birthed from the Side of Jesus
  • Earl Richard — Structure, Function, and Meaning of Mark 8:22-26
  • Mark S. Smith — Warrior Culture in Early Israel and the Voice of David in 1 Samuel 2
  • Thomas D. Stegman, S.J. — Reading egrapsa in 2 Cor 2:9 as an Epistolary Aorist: Argument and Implications
  • Blažej Štrba — The Prophet Like Moses
  • Charles H. Talbert — Is Matthew Interested in Character Formation?
  • Jerome T. Walsh — The Rab Shaqeh between Rhetoric and Redaction
  • Peter S. Williamson — Scripture across the Curriculum
  • John T. Willis — Crucial Dream and Vision Experiences
  • Ziony Zevit — Jewish Liturgy in Late Antiquity and the Jewish Jesus Movement until ca. 200 CE

2008:

  • David Tuesday Adamo — Africa and Africans in the New Testament
  • Gary Anderson — Tobit as Righteous Sufferer
  • Charles A. Bobertz — Ritual Within Narrative: An Interpretive Clue to the Apologetic Structure of Mark’s Gospel
  • Thomas L. Brodie, O.P. — New Testament Use of the LXX and the Increasing Difficulty of Writing a Life of Paul
  • Joan E. Cook, S.C. — Malachi, the Teacher-Prophet
  • John Granger Cook — Trajan, the Christians, the lex Puteoli, and Revelation
  • Kathleen E. Corley — Funerary Rituals, Women and Christian Origins
  • Paul Danove — The Three-fold Interpretation of Specific Passive Occurrences of Verbs of Transference
  • Robert Doran — The Persecution of Judea by Antiochus IV: The Significance of patrios nomos
  • Rudolph H. Dornemann — Tell Qarqur, the 2008 Season of Excavations
  • Michael Duggan — Nehemiah’s Repeal of Debt Slavery: Social Justice in an Exclusive Community? (Neh 5:1-13)
  • David Dungan — Recent Trends in Understanding the Christian Scripture Selection Process
  • Ernest M. Ezeogu, C.S.Sp. — To go or not to go? The Quest for the Literal Meaning of Poreuthentes in Matt 28:19
  • Florence Morgan Gillman — John’s Martyrdom: A Death without Vindication? (Mark 6:27)
  • Gregory Glazov — Exploring the Text-Critical Value of the KQ Variation via Prov 20:16 and the Latter’s Interrelationship with Proverbs 5–6
  • Daniel J. Harrington, S.J. — American Catholic Biblical Scholarship and Its Contributions to Today’s Research
  • Henry Ansgar Kelly — The Envious Diabolos Who Brought Death in the World (Wis 2:24): Cain, not Satan
  • Mark Kiley — Roman Legends and the Genre of Luke-Acts
  • Jennifer Wright Knust — The Strange Case of the Missing Adulteress
  • Robert A. Kugler — Philotas Contests the Loss of His Fiancée: Juridical Hybridity in Ptolemaic Egypt
  • Dale Launderville, O.S.B. — Interiorization of Yhwh’s Instruction in Yehud
  • Frank J. Matera — Reflection on Writing a New Testament Theology
  • Mark A. Matson — The Third Person Imperative and the Our Father
  • Geoffrey David Miller — Intertextuality or Inner-Biblical Exegesis? The Status Quaestionis
  • Earl Richard — The Markan Purpose: A Look at Five Recent Commentaries
  • Christopher Rupert, S.J. — John's Good News Well Bound
  • Marie Noonan Sabin — Reading Scripture so as to Exclude the Jews
  • Vincent Skemp — Does Paul Refer to Christ’s Death as Sacrifice in 1 Cor 5:7?
  • Peter Spitaler — A Negative Pauline Anthropology--What Good Is It?
  • Blazej Strba — Eleazar Installs Joshua: An Analysis of Num 27:22-23
  • Gregory Tatum, O.P. — Galatians 2/Acts 15 and Paul’s Ministry in 1 Thessalonians and 1 Corinthians
  • Benedict Thomas Viviano, O.P. — Making Sense of the Matthew Genealogy and Structure
  • Timothy M. Willis — Did David Have "Rest"?

2007:

  • Martin C. Albl — A Coptic Psalms Testimonia Collection: An Analysis
  • Michael L. Barré, S.S. — A Translation and Interpretation of Psalm 49
  • Don C. Benjamin — Writing an Introduction to Archaeology and the Bible
  • Markus Bockmuehl — Questionable Hostility to Paul in the Pseudo-Clementines
  • David A. Bosworth — King David and the Death of Bathsheba's Firstborn
  • Thomas L. Brodie, O.P. — "An Orderly Account": Acts 1:1–15:35 as Composed of Four Diptychs
  • Susan A. Calef — Mark as Revelatory Text: In Search of "Markan Spirituality"
  • John Granger Cook — Nero, the Christians, Peter, and Mark: Blending Philology, Patristics, and NT Studies
  • Deirdre Dempsey — The 2007 Season of Excavations at Tell Qarqur
  • David L. Dungan — What Synopsis Should We Use?
  • Timothy A. Friedrichsen — The Preaching of John the Baptizer in Mark and Q
  • Florence Morgan Gillman — Nazirite Vow Observance and the Courage of Queen Berenice
  • Mark J. Goodwin — Assessing the Consensus on John's Late First Century Dating: How Do We Know What We Know?
  • Dennis Hamm, S.J. — Teaching the Eunuch to Read: Wordplay and Echoes of Greek Isaiah in Acts 8:26-40
  • Angela Kim Harkins — The Motif of the Woman in Labor in the Hodayot (1QHa 11:6-19): Tracing the Development of a Metaphor
  • John Paul Heil — Christian Love and Chiastic Structures in Ephesians
  • Hugh M. Humphrey — Unpackaging Q: From Its Coherence Now, to the Markan Overlaps, and Back
  • Karl A. Kuhn — Differences in Dialogue: Taking Our Cue from Canonically Endorsed Diversity
  • Leonard J. Maluf — Horn of Salvation (Luke 1:69)--An Interpretation of the Benedictus in Luke 1:68-79
  • Eric F. Mason — The Epistle (Not Necessarily) to the Hebrews
  • Paul G. Mosca — Amos 5:18-27: Light, Darkness, and the Day of the Lord
  • Paul Niskanen — Number, Gender, and Definiteness: The Creation of (ha)Adam in the Image of Elohim
  • Séamus O'Connell — Strict Twofold Repetitions in the Gospel of Mark
  • Earl J. Richard — Mark 6:45-52--Its Narrative Setting and Thematic Purpose
  • John J. Schmitt — The Case of the Strange Parallelism in Zeph 3:14
  • Peter Spitaler — Doubt or Contest in James 1:6?
  • Thomas D. Stegman, S.J. — Prayer in Mark's Gospel
  • Blažej F. Štrba — Unique Use of the Name "Jesus" in Luke 23:42
  • Dennis M. Sweetland — Biblical Interpretation in Cultural Context
  • L. John Topel, S.J. — Mark 16:8: What Were They Afraid of?
  • Benedict T. Viviano, O.P. — The Adoration of the Magi: Matthew 2:1-23 and Theological Aesthetics
  • John T. Willis — Diverse Uses of Nathan's Oracle in the Hebrew Bible

2006:

  • José Enrique Aguilar — Rom 2:13 and Paul's Teaching on Justification
  • Michael L. Barré, S.S. — A Translation and Interpretation of Psalm 49
  • S. Scott Bartchy — "When I'm Weak, I'm Strong"--A Pauline Paradox in Cultural Context
  • David A. Bosworth — Do Biblical Characters Develop?
  • Thomas L. Brodie, O.P. — Elijah-Elisha, Early-Luke, Mark: The Transition to Gospel Narrative
  • Teresa R. Brown — Gospel Healing Miracles and Christian Attitudes toward the Disabled
  • Alexander J. Burke, Jr. — John the Baptist: Victim of the Search for the Historical John
  • Duane L. Christensen — The Psalm of Nahum and the Study of Hebrew Prosody
  • Richard J. Clifford, S.J. — The Testament of Jacob (Genesis 49): Context and Content
  • Mary L. Coloe, P.V.B.M. — The Johannine Pentecost: John 1:19–2:12
  • Joan Cook, S.C. — Of Sons and Sacrifices: Perspectives on Genesis 21–22
  • Mary Rose D'Angelo — Roman Imperial Family Values and Moral Apologetic in Philo
  • Deirdre & Dempsey Rudolph H. Dornemann — An Update on the Excavations at Tell Qarqur, through the 2006 Season
  • Henryk Drawnel, S.D.B. — Priestly Education in the Second Temple Period according to the Aramaic Levi Document
  • Christopher Frechette, S.J. — Adaptability in the Function of Lyric: The Akkadian shuilla and the Psalter
  • Joseph A. Grassi — "Great (Megale) is Diana/Artemis of the Ephesians" (Acts 19:23-37)--Lukan Responses to Worship of the Moon Mother "Goddess" (Thea)
  • Daniel J. Harrington, S.J. — Paul and Matthew Compared
  • Robert J. Karris, O.F.M. — The Contemporary Nature of St. Bonaventure's Commentary on the Gospel of St. John
  • Mark Kiley — Varro's On the Latin Language and John's Jesus
  • Dale Launderville, O.S.B. — The Place of Human Freedom in Ezekiel's Symbolic World
  • Eric F. Mason — Hebrews and Qumran: A Reconsideration of Possible Shared Thought
  • Kevin B. McCruden — Compassionate Soteriology in Hebrews, 1 Peter, and the Gospel of Mark
  • Kathleen S. Nash — Religious Rhetoric in Political Discourse: Re-imagining the Apocalypse
  • Barbara E. Reid, O.P. — Reframing Jesus' Obedience
  • Marie Noonan Sabin — In Persona Christi: The Role of the Feminine in John Paul II's Theology and in the Gospel of Mark
  • Mark S. Smith — Lost in Translation? Translatability of Divinity across Cultures in Israel and the Ancient Near East
  • Thomas D. Stegman, S.J. — The Christianization of the Topos on Greed in Luke 12:13-34
  • Kevin Sullivan — Spreading the Word: The First Christian Missionaries
  • Michael Trainor — Ancient Colossae: A Meeting Place for Biblical Research and Archaeology
  • Patricia Walters — The Gilded Hypothesis: Authorial Unity of Luke and Acts
  • Joel Willitts — Matthew's Messianic Shepherd-King: In Search of "The Lost Sheep of the House of Israel" (Matt 10:6; 15:24)
  • William M. Wright IV — The Greeks in John 12 and the Eschatological Ingathering

2005:

  • Martin C. Albl — The Disturbance of the Powers in Matthew 2: Earthly and Heavenly Correspondence
  • Richard J. Bautch — The Renovation of the Covenant
  • Thomas M. Bolin — Kings, Preachers, Philosophers, and Teachers: Qohelet in Jewish and Christian Tradition
  • Alexander J. Burke, Jr. — The Major Transition in John's Gospel: Chapters 11 and 12
  • Warren Carter — John's Gospel: Negotiating the Roman Imperial World
  • Richard J. Cassidy — The Figure of Peter in Matthew's Gospel
  • David L. Dungan — Which Synopsis Should I Use?
  • Stephen M. Finlan — Atonement and the Violence of God: Is This Palatable?
  • Timothy A. Friedrichsen — A Judge, a Widow, and the Kingdom of God. Re-reading a Parable of Jesus (Luke 18:2-5)
  • Gregory Y. Glazov — Prov 20:17, Base-Substance Imagery and the Bases of Retribution in the Book of Proverbs
  • Andreas Höck — A Comparative Study of the Ethical Catalogues in Paul's Pastoral Letters
  • Robert Hodgson, Jr. — Online Lectio Divina
  • Dorothy Irvin — Ministries in the New Testament: How Artists of the Early Church Pictured Them
  • Ira J. Jolivet, Jr. — Ezekiel's Story of Yahweh, Israel, and the Nations in the Argument of Romans
  • Henry Ansgar Kelly — Proposing a Satan Seminar
  • Robert A. Kugler — The Herakleopolis Papyri: Signposts Toward a Fresh Appreciation of the Jews in Egypt
  • Karl A. Kuhn — Natural and Unnatural Relations between Text and Context: A Canonical Critical Reading of Rom 1:26-27
  • William S. Kurz, S.J. — The Future of Catholic Biblical Scholarship: Further Developments
  • James P. McIlhone — Teaching Biblical Studies Using the Web
  • Charles H. Miller, S.M. — A Critique of the PBC's The Jewish People ....
  • Séamus O'Connell — Fourfold Repetitions in the Gospel of Mark
  • Michael Patrick O'Connor — The Notion of Voice in Psalm 29
  • Regina Plunkett-Dowling — John 11:1-44: The Return of the King?
  • C. Gilbert Romero — The Suffering Servant as Response to God's Elusiveness
  • Jean-Pierre Ruiz — What's New in Web and Software Applications for Teaching and Research in Biblical Studies
  • Stephen D. Ryan, O.P. — The Biblical Versions and the Text of the Psalms
  • Mark S. Smith — `Your people shall be my people': Ruth 1:16 and Covenantal Language
  • Peter Spitaler — Symbolic Action in Mark 9 and 10
  • Thomas D. Stegman, S.J. — Jesus' Faithfulness and Obedience in 2 Corinthians
  • John Van Seters — The Redactor in Homer and the Bible: A Comparative Study
  • Benedict T. Viviano, O.P. — Did Prophecy Ever Cease?
  • Peter S. Williamson — Biblical Scholarship with a Pastoral Purpose

2004:

  • Gary A. Anderson — Septenary Structures in the Priestly Source
  • Steven L. Bridge — 1 Enoch and Lukan Eschatology
  • David M. Carr — The Question of E: Should the Hypothesis of a Pentateuchal Elohistic Source Just Die or Be Transformed?
  • Colleen M. Conway — Imperial Masculinity and the Jesus Traditions
  • Jeremy Corley — Biblical Allusion and the Characterization of Judith
  • Paul Danove — A Methodological Approach to Developing Mark's Theology of God
  • Alexander A. Di Lella, O.F.M. — Control of the Tongue in Ben Sira 23:7-15
  • Asher Finkel — The Dynamics of Proto-Masorah of Hebrew Scripture
  • James W. Flanagan — A Digital Library for Archaeology
  • Gregory Y. Glazov — Biblical Speech Organ Imagery and the Verbal Symbolization of Eschatological Retribution in Second Temple Literature
  • Daniel J. Harrington, S.J. — What Are They Saying About the Letter to the Hebrews?
  • Robert Jr. Hodgson — Bible Translation in the Age of Computer-Mediated Communication
  • Karl Allen Kuhn — Moving beyond the Outline: Exploring Attempts to Diagram Gospel Narrative
  • Leonard J. Maluf — This [Man] Really was God's Son: The Cry of the Centurion in the Light of the Two-Gospel Hypothesis
  • James McIlhone — Software for Biblical Studies
  • Robert L. Mowery — What has God Done Recently? Josephus and Acts
  • Paul Niskanen — God as Father in Isaiah 63–64
  • Robert F. O'Toole, S.J. — Some Insights into Luke's Christology
  • Michael Patella, O.S.B. — Mithras, Paul and Mark
  • Selva Rathinam, S.J. — Suffering, Resistance and Freedom: A Postcolonial-Dalit Study of Isa 52:13–53:12
  • Earl J. Richard — Honor All Human Creatures, Even Outsiders: The Social Outlook of 1 Peter
  • John K. Ridgway, S.J. — The Importance of Tandem Peregrinations of Well-Being and Peace in Ancient Writings from Plato to the Orphic Hymns for Biblical (NT) Exegesis
  • Jean-Pierre Ruiz — What's New on the Web for Biblical Studies?
  • John J. Schmitt — Jer 3:6-13--Grammatical Anomaly and Interpretive Strategies
  • Vincent Skemp — The Translation Problem and Larger Implications of Rev 13:8
  • F. Scott Spencer — The Passionate Woman and the Passion of Jesus in Luke: Some "Loose" Connections
  • Peter Spitaler — The Analogy in Rom 7:1-6
  • Kenneth G. Stenstrup — Yahweh's Role and Status in the Punishment and Transformation of Israel as Portrayed in the Book of Ezekiel
  • James H. Swetnam, S.J. — Isaac as Promise: A Study of the Symbolism of Heb 11:19
  • Jerome T. Walsh — Rhetoric and the Rab-Shaqeh
  • John T. Willis — Water Symbolism in the Book of Isaiah
  • Ziony Zevit — Observations on the Hebrew Narrative of Gen 2:4–4:1

2003:

  • Michael L. Barre, S.S. — The Alleged "Temporal Ambiguity" of hara in Isa 7:14
  • Kelley Coblentz Bautch — Sirens or Blameless Victims? The Book of the Watchers on Women
  • W.H. Bellinger, Jr. — Reading from the Beginning (Again): The Shape of Book I of the Psalter
  • Thomas L. Brodie, O.P. — Towards Solving the Synoptic Problem: Septuagint-based Proto-Luke as a Key to the Development of the Gospels
  • Warren Carter — "… that you may have life" (John 20:31): Got (what kind of) Life?
  • Richard J. Cassidy — The Figure of Peter in Mark and Luke
  • Rekha Chennattu, R.A. — "If You Keep My Commandments": Exploring Covenant Motifs in John 13:13-17
  • Duane L. Christensen — Psalm 52 and the Principle of Numerical Composition
  • Paul Danove — The Son of Man and Jesus' Disciples in Mark
  • Linda Day — Qoheleth as a New Eve? Creation in the Book of Qoheleth
  • Richard E. DeMaris — Paul's Omphalos: 1 Corinthians as a Test Case for Pauline Coherence
  • Alexander A. Di Lella, O.F.M. — The Prayers of Tobit and Sarah: A Study in Contrasts
  • John C. Endres, S.J. — Towards a Spirituality of Worship in Chronicles
  • Mark J. Goodwin — Peter's Sonship Confession in Matt 16:16 as Biblical Allusion
  • Joseph A. Grassi — The Handwriting on the Cross: "Jesus the Nazorean (is) King of the Jews" versus "We Have No King But Caesar" (John 19:15, 19) -- An Audience Choice
  • Daniel J. Harrington, S.J. — Holy War Texts among the Qumran Scrolls
  • Robert Hodgson — The Bible Technologies Group & the Open Scripture Information Standard
  • Leslie J. Hoppe, O.F.M. — Jerusalem/Zion in Isaiah 56–66: The Triumph in Justice
  • Robert Kugler — Studying Jews, Christians, and Scripture in Alexandria: A Project Proposal
  • Frank J. Matera — Second Corinthians: One or Many Letters?
  • James McIlhone — What's New in Software for Biblical Studies?
  • Francis J. Moloney, S.D.B. — The Johannine Son of Man Revisited
  • William Morrow — The Demise of Individual Lament: Qualifications to Westermann
  • Paul Niskanen — The Kingdom of God in Daniel
  • Hugh R. Page, Jr. — African American Theme Bibles--An Examination of Identity Construction through Biblical Hermeneutics
  • Barbara E. Reid, O.P. — Way of the Cross, Way of Life
  • Jean-Pierre Ruiz — What's New on the Web for Biblical Studies?
  • Stephen Ryan, O.P. — The Ethiopic Text of the Book of Tobit
  • Jeffrey S. Siker — Perfecting Jesus: Resignifying the Death of Jesus
  • Mark S. Smith — Counting Calves at Bethel and Dan: New Evidence from Papyrus Amherst 63
  • John T. Willis — Hatred Human and Divine in Psalms, Proverbs, and Prophets
  • Donald H. Wimmer — In Praise of Polytheism

2002:

  • Joseph C. Atkinson — Theological Meaning of Water in the Old Testament
  • Steven L. Bridge — Where the Eagles Are Gathered: The Deliverance of the Elect in Lucan Eschatology
  • David M. Carr — Variations on a Spectrum: A Survey of Forms of Textual Revisions and Stabilization in the Ancient Near East, Greece and Israel
  • Samuel Cheon — Josephus' Interpretation of the Plagues Story
  • John J. Clabeaux — Socrates and Paul and the "Death of Paul" in Acts 27–28
  • Mary Rose D'Angelo — Eusebeia: Roman Imperial Family Values and the Sexual Politics of 4 Maccabees and the Pastorals
  • Paul Danove — The Rhetoric of the Characterization of Jesus as Son of Man and Christ in Mark
  • Alexander A. Di Lella, O.F.M. — Free Will in the Wisdom of Ben Sira: An Exegetical and Theological Study
  • Dennis Hamm, S.J. — The Tamid Service as a Clue to Luke's Theology
  • Gina Hens-Piazza — Why Did Sarah Laugh?: A Cultural Study of Genesis 18
  • Robert Hodgson — The Open Scripture Information Standards Initiative: Digitizing Biblical Materials
  • Felix Just, S.J. — Web Design for Teaching Biblical Studies
  • Sean P. Kealy, C.S.Sp. — Does the Canonical Order of the Bible Matter?
  • Mark Kiley — Johannine Re-Visions
  • Anne Marie Kitz — Dusty Disease and the Plague of Boils in Exod 9:8-12
  • William Klassen — What Jesus Said to Judas When They Met at His Arrest: Light From a First-century Drinking Glass
  • Karl Allen Kuhn — Beginning the Witness: autoptai kai hyperetai (Luke 1:2b) Revisited
  • William S. Kurz, S.J. — Feeding Five Thousand in John 6 and the Eucharist: Spiritual Senses and Actualization
  • Leonard Maluf — From Peter and Andrew to Peter and Paul: Luke 5:1-11 in the Light of the Two Gospel Hypothesis
  • Carleen Mandolfo — How to Interface with INTERFACES
  • James McIlhone — What's New on the Net for Teaching and Research in Biblical Studies?
  • Robert J. Miller — Is There a Virginal Conception in Matthew?
  • Robert L. Mowery — Human Fathers in the Gospel of Matthew
  • Jerome H. Neyrey, S.J. — The "Nature of God" in Romans: God's Attributes and Powers
  • Michael Patrick O'Connor — The Biblical City
  • Jean-Pierre Ruiz — What's New in Software for Teaching and Research in Biblical Studies?
  • John Van Seters — The Redactor in Biblical Studies: A 19th Century Anachronism
  • Charles H. Talbert — Is It with Ethics that the Sermon on the Mount Is Concerned?
  • John L. Topel, S.J. — What Kind of a Sign Are Vultures? Luke 17:37
  • Elaine Wainwright — The Lucan Demon-possessed Women: Are They Healers?
  • Peter S. Williamson — Catholic Principles for Interpreting Scripture
  • John T. Willis — The Bearing of Intertextual Considerations on the Interpretation of Gen 32:22-32, Exod 4:24-26, Num 22:15-35, Josh 5:2-12, and 1 Sam 4:19-22

2001:

  • James W. Aageson — Ignatius, Polycarp, and Clement: The Pastorals and the Legacy of the Apostle Paul
  • Martin C. Albl — Scriptural Testimonies and the Shape of Earliest Christianity
  • Michael L. Barre, S.S. — The Crux of Psalm 22:17b--Solved at Long Last
  • Brendan Byrne, S.J. — Jesus is the Christ, but…: The Narrative Role of a Correction Pattern in Respect to the Messiahship of Jesus in Luke's Gospel
  • John J. Clabeaux — A Plea for Modern Greek Pronunciation in Reading the Greek NT
  • Jeremy Corley — Divine Sovereignty and Power in the High-Priestly Prayer of 3 Macc 2:1-20
  • Philip A. Cunningham — Translating and Excerpting the Johannine Passion Narrative for Liturgical Proclamation
  • Rudolph H. Dornemann — The 2001 Season of Excavations at Tell Qaraur in the Orontes Valley, Syria
  • Michael W. Duggan — Reading the Torah: Community Identity in Ezra-Nehemiah
  • Timothy A. Friedrichsen — The Parable of the Mustard Seed-Mark 4:30-32 and Q 13:18-19: A Surrejoinder for Independence
  • Mark J. Goodwin — Paul, Apostle of the Living God: The Epithet "Living God" in Paul's Letters
  • Barbara Green, O.P. — Applied Research, Interactive Report: Today's College Students and the Teaching and Learning of Biblical Studies
  • Daniel J. Harrington, S.J. — Afterlife Expectations in Pseudo-Philo, 4 Ezra, and 2 Baruch
  • Herbert B. Huffmon — Uriah the Ignored
  • Ira J. Jolivet, Jr. — Working Title of Book in Progress: Romans and the Stoic Philosophical Curriculum, Chapter One: "The Exordium: Romans 1:1-17"
  • Felix Just, S.J. — The Parable of the Wedding Torches (Matt 25:1-13)
  • Allen Kerkeslager — Images of the Jewish Family at Edfu
  • Mark Kiley — Eikon without klasma at John 19:16-20:18
  • Anne Marie Kitz — May the Oath-Curse Mix in Her Body and Make Her Stomach Swell
  • William A. Loader — Eschatology and Sexuality
  • Leonard Maluf — Christology and Soteriology at the Cross: Notes on Luke's Crucifixion Narrative According to the Two Gospel Hypothesis
  • John P. Meier — A Marginal Jew: Previewing Volume Three
  • Robert L. Mowery — Son of God in Matthew and Roman Imperial Titles
  • Catherine M. Murphy — Wealth in the Dead Sea Scrolls and in the Qumran Community and Some Implications for the Study of the New Testament
  • Roland E. Murphy, O.Carm. — Once Again: The "Center" of the Old Testament
  • George Ossom-Batsa — The Eucharist in the Gospel of Mark: A Study of the Function of the Institution Account (Mark 14:22-25) within the Gospel Narrative
  • Richard J. Schneck, S.J. — The Flight of the Naked Youth at Mark 14:51-52 as the Fulfillment of Scripture
  • Vincent Skemp — How Well Did Jerome Know Aramaic? Jerome's Rendering of the Aramaic Portions of Daniel
  • Gregory Tatum, O.P. — Paul's Painful Visit to Corinth: A Revisionist Reconstruction
  • John L. Topel, S.J. — Once Again: Exegesis and Systematic Theology
  • Peter L. Trudinger — The Psalms of the Tamid Service: Locating a Literary Text in Its Ritual Context
  • Benedict T. Viviano, O.P. — Synagogues and Spirituality: The Case of Beth Alfa

2000:

  • Teresa R. Brown — Where Have All the Women Gone: Sir 47:19-21 Contains a Rationale for the All-Male History of Israel in "Praise of the Fathers"
  • Antony F. Campbell, S.J. — Job: The Book with Almost No Answer
  • Warren Carter — Take My Yoke, Not Rome's: Matt 11:18-30
  • Duane L. Christensen — "Paul's Cloak" within the Canonical Process in Early Christianity
  • Jeremy Corley — A New Look at Sir 25:24
  • Paul Danove — An Analysis of the Mark's Characterization of God
  • Rudolph H. Dornemann — Recent Developments at Tell Qarqur
  • Susan Elliott — Choose Your Mother, Choose Your Master: Gal 4:21–5:1 in the Shadow of the Anatolian Mother of the Gods
  • James A. Fischer, C.M. — The Relationships of Leaders and People in the Bible from a Narrative Perspective
  • Timothy A. Friedrichsen — On Luke's Use of Matthew: A Survey of Scholarly Response to and Additional Observations on the Demonstration by the Research Team of the International Institute for Gospel Studies
  • Lawrence E. Frizzell — Persecution and Vengeance in the Diaspora: From Esther to 3 Maccabees
  • Joseph A. Grassi — Matthew's Lord's Prayer and Social Justice
  • Robert J. Karris, O.F.M. — Luke 8:26-39 in Medieval and Contemporary Interpretation
  • Leonard Maluf — Lucan Demoniacs and Synoptic Parallels: Luke 4:31-38 and 8:26-39 according to the Two-Gospel Hypothesis
  • Francis J. Moloney, S.D.B. — Mark 6:7-30: The Twelve, Mission and Failure
  • Craig E. Morrison, O.Carm. — Targum Neofiti and the New Testament: The Question of Methodology with a Focus on the Trial of Tamar in Tg. Neof. Gen 38:25
  • Roland E. Murphy, O.Carm. — Questions Concerning Biblical Theology
  • Michael Patrick O'Connor — Direct Discourse in Biblical Hebrew
  • Hugh R. Page, Jr. — Theme Bibles: A Case Study in the Commodification of Sacred Texts [CANCELED]
  • Jeffrey S. Siker — Coverage of the Bible in American Popular Media
  • Vincent M. Smiles — What Was Wrong with Israel's and Paul's "Zeal" for the Law? An Alternative to the Viewpoint of James D.G. Dunn
  • John L. Topel, S.J. — The Golden Rule (6:31) and Imitatio Dei (6:36) as the Two General Principles of the Lukan Love Command (6:27-36)
  • Donatus Udoette — Prophecy in Israel and in the New Religious Movements in Nigeria [CANCELED]
  • Benedict T. Viviano, O.P. — The Perfect Law of Freedom: Jas 1:25 and the Law
  • Elaine Wainwright — Women as Healers in Early Christianity
  • John L. White — Paul's Primary Idea of God
  • Seung Ai Yang — The Last Temptation of Job

1999:

  • James W. Aageson — Philippians and the Pastoral Epistles: The Linchpin in a Debate
  • Jose Enrique Aguilar — Justification and the Spirit according to Paul
  • Reimund Bieringer — Justice Terminology and the Gospel of John
  • Martin L. Brenner, S.S. — The Inclusion around the Jerusalem Public Ministry in Matt 21:9 and 23:39
  • Teresa R. Brown — A Riddle in Sir 46:11-12: Which Judges Does Ben Sira Praise?
  • Richard J. Clifford, S.J. — The Book of Proverbs as a Source for the Wisdom of Solomon
  • Jeremy Corley — Introducing Wisdom: Sir 1:1-10 in Its Context
  • Margaret M. Daly-Denton — David in the Fourth Gospel: The Johannine Reception of the Psalms
  • Frederick W. Danker — The New English Edition (1999) of Walter Bauer's Lexicon
  • Richard A. Edwards — What Is Narrative Criticism?
  • William R. Farmer — Reflections on Editing a Bible Commentary
  • Daniel J. Harrington, S.J. — Suffering as an Approach to the Old Testament Apocrypha
  • John Paul Heil — The Significance of Moses and Elijah in the Transfiguration Narratives
  • Robert Hodgson — Retelling the Resurrection Story according to John 20 on Video and the World Wide Web
  • Felix Just, S.J. — Some Subtle Changes in the Readings of the Revised "Lectionary for Mass"
  • John Kaltner — The Bible and the Qur'an as Cooperating Revelations: The Case of Mary
  • Mark Kiley — Johannine Requests among Friends
  • Robert A. Kugler — Reading 4Q225 at Qumran: Assurance for the Weary Apocalyptic Imagination
  • Dale Launderville, O.S.B. — Royal Myth in Ezekiel 28 and Psalm 89
  • Elliott C. Maloney, O.S.B. — Latin American Help in Reading Mark's Eschatological Discourse
  • Leonard Maluf — Luke's Use of ------------ and ------------: A New Proposal
  • Susan F. Mathews — Pope John Paul II's Use of Job
  • Sean E. McEvenue — Reflections on Editing a Bible Commentary
  • Roland E. Murphy, O.Carm. — The Testament(s): Continuities and Discontinuities
  • Jean-Pierre Ruiz — Retelling the Resurrection Story according to John 20 on Video and the World Wide Web
  • John J. Schmitt — Israel as Son of God in Torah
  • Mark S. Smith — Grammatically Speaking: The Participle as a Main Verb of Clauses (Predicative Participle) in Direct Discourse and Narrative in Pre-Mishnaic Hebrew
  • F. Scott Spencer — "All Her Children": Jesus, the "Loose" Woman and the Household of Wisdom in Luke 7–8
  • John T. Willis — Trajectories of the Hebrew Prophetic Proclamation of the Day of Yahweh
  • Seung Ai Yang — The Historical Jesus and Eschatology: An Asian Interpretation of the First Beatitude
  • Ehud Ben Zvi — Infinite but Limited Diversity: The Case of Many Readings of the Book of Jonah

1998:

  • Warren Carter — Paying the Tax to Rome as Subversive Praxis: Matt 17:24-27
  • Samuel Cheon — Rethinking the Story of Lot's Wife (Gen 19:1-29)
  • Joan E. Cook, S.C. — Hannah's Promise and Fulfillment: Human Initiative, Divine Response
  • Deirdre Dempsey — The Excavations at Tell Qarqur
  • James W. Flanagan — Virtual Nimrin: Eternal Life for Tell Nimrin
  • Daniel J. Harrington, S.J. — Matthew's Gospel, Recent Scholarship, and Pastoral Theology
  • Robert Hodgson, Jr. — Translating the Parable of the Good Samaritan into New Media
  • John Kaltner — Describing the Deluge: The Flood Story in the Hebrew Bible and the Qur'an
  • Martin Kessler — Genesis: A Fresh Approach
  • William Klassen — Zealotism in Second Temple Jerusalem
  • Alice L. Laffey — Lions and Lambs in the Deuteronomistic History
  • David Landry — Honor Restored: New Light on the Parable of the Prudent Steward (Luke 16:1-8a)
  • Leonard Maluf — "The Least among You All Is the Great One": Luke 9:46-48 in the Light of the Two-Gospel Hypothesis
  • Frank J. Matera — Narrative Christology and the Speeches Acts
  • Robert L. Mowery — Imperfect Verbs and the Synoptic Problem
  • Earl Muller, S.J. — Jesus as Bridegroom: This Historical-critical Case for an Early Tradition
  • Kathleen Nash — The Excavations at Tell Qarqur
  • Michael Patrick O'Connor — The Armies of the Dead: Military Imagery in Psalm 88
  • Charles H. Talbert — The Christology of the Apocalypse: Pattern and Ontology
  • Kathleen Weber — Gospel Authors: Reckoning with Resistant Readers
  • John T. Willis — The Thunderstorm in Old Testament Cultic Texts

1997:

  • Michael L. Barre, S.S. — What Is the Lord Saying to Cain (Gen 4:6-7)?
  • S. Scott Bartchy — Paul's Use of Kinship Language as a Root Metaphor in His Messianic Morality
  • Don C. Benjamin — Stories of Cain and Abel
  • Dieter Boehler, S.J. — Nehemiah--A Hero of the Maccabees?
  • Thomas L. Brodie, O.P. — The Elijah-Elisha Narrative as an Interpretive Interlude for the History of Ancient Israel ("the primary history" Genesis–Kings)
  • Warren Carter — Matthew and the Margins
  • John J. Clabeaux — The Prayers of Didache 8–10: Prayer in Matthew, Didache, and Formative Judaism
  • Richard J. Clifford, S.J. — Method in Dealing with Problematic Proverbs
  • Paul Danove — The Relationship between Discipleship and Christology in Mark
  • Gordon F. Davies — The Theology of Persuasion in Ezra-Nehemiah
  • David L. Dungan — Is This Objective Evidence that Luke Made Use of Canonical Matthew?
  • James A. Fischer, C.M. — A Light-hearted Approach to Rhetoric in Proverbs
  • James W. Flanagan — The Tell Nimrin Project: The Electronic Publication Phase
  • Joseph A. Grassi — The Hands, Side, Nails and Lance (John 19:20-28): Unexpected Basis for Thomas' Confession
  • Robert Jr. Hodgson — From the Atomic to the Digital Bible
  • John Kaltner — Anatomy of Murder: Cain and Abel in the Hebrew Bible and Qur'an
  • Mark Kiley — Psalms of Yeshu'a and the Fourth Gospel
  • Robert A. Kugler — Reading Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs for Jewish and Christian Theology?
  • Raju Kunjummen — The 1997 Season of Excavations at Tell Mozan/Urkesh
  • William R. G. Loader — Jesus and the Law: Convergence and Divergence in the Gospel Accounts
  • Carol C. Mock — Only to the Lost Sheep of the House of Israel? The Dialogue Puzzle in Matthew 5:21-18
  • Harry P. Nasuti — The Role of the Prophetic Persona in the Book of Micah
  • John F. O'Grady — The Beloved Disciple: From the Son of Zebedee to an Unknown Disciple, to Thomas, One of the Twelve
  • David Penchansky — Uzzah, Friend of God
  • Charles H. Talbert — Conversion in the Acts of the Apostles
  • Benedict T. Viviano, O.P. — The Sermon on the Mount in Recent Research
  • Jerome T. Walsh — Symmetrical Readings in 2 Kings

1996:

  • James W. Aageson — The Language of "Control" in Galatians
  • Charles A. Bobertz — Prolegomena to a Ritual/Liturgical Reading of Mark's Gospel
  • Raymond E. Brown, S.S. — Reflections on New Testament Introduction
  • Antony F. Campbell, S.J. — The Mystery of Narrative Text: Is It Final Form?
  • Warren Carter — "Not Even Solomon in All His Glory": Intertextuality and Mat
  • Paul Danove — The Characterization and Narrative Function of the Women at the Tomb: Mark's Rhetoric of Entrapment
  • Linda Day — Shifting Perceptions in the Book of Judith
  • Brigid Curtin Frein — Further Consideration on the Plot of Luke's Gospel
  • Joseph A. Grassi — Mosaic Midrash Behind the First (2:1-11) and Last (19:2) Johannine Signs
  • Daniel J. Harrington, S.J. — Creation and Mystery in the Dead Sea Scrolls
  • John Kaltner — Paradise in the Hebrew Bible and the Qur'an: Different Versions of Different Visions
  • Mark Kiley — The Lord's Prayer and John since W. Walker
  • William Klassen — Did Judas Betray Jesus? Recent Research into the Meaning of a Central New Testament Word
  • William S. Kurz, S.J. — Promise-Fulfillment in Hellenistic Jewish Narrative and Luke-Acts
  • Frank J. Matera — Rethinking Pauline Christology
  • Roland E. Murphy, O.Carm. — Recent Studies on Wisdom-and Questions
  • Robert F. O'Toole, S.J. — Authority in the Church according to Luke-Acts
  • Michael Patella, O.S.B. — The Role of 2 Enoch in the Lucan Death Account (Luke 23:44-49)
  • Stephen B. Pattee — Obedience to God and the Christianization of Socrates
  • Donald B. Sharp, S.J. — Matriarchs, Surrogate Motherhood, and a Yahwistic Message
  • Mark S. Smith — How to Write a Psalm: The Case of Psalm 151 in 11QPs-a 28:3-12
  • F. Scott Spencer — Saul Becomes Paul: Status Elevation and Island Setting in Acts 13:4-12
  • John L. Topel, S.J. — The Tarnished Golden Rule: A New Interpretation
  • Benedict T. Viviano, O.P. — The Least in the Kingdom: Matt 11:11 // Luke 7:28 (Q)

1995:

  • Michael J. Cahill — Modern Reader Criticism and Allegorical Reading
  • Warren Carter — Jesus' "I have come" Statements: An Audience-Oriented Contribution to Matthean Christology
  • John J. Clabeaux — Marcion on Abraham
  • Francis D. Connolly-Weinert — The End of the Beginning as the Beginning of the End: Historical and Eschatological Double-Vision in the Lucan Writings
  • Philip A. Cunningham — Romans 9–11 and the Modern Jewish-Catholic Dialogue: An Experiment Using the Dialectical Hermeneutic of Sandra Schneiders
  • John A. Darr — "What is written? How do you read?": The Rhetoric of Reading (in) Luke-Acts
  • James W. Flanagan — Tell Nimrin Excavation 1995: Preliminary Report
  • Lawrence E. Frizzell — Individual/Community Confession in the Second Temple Period
  • Agustinus K. Gianto, S.J. — Hebrew Dialectology and Biblical Interpretation
  • Daniel J. Harrington, S.J. — Qumran Wisdom Texts and the New Testament
  • Martin Kessler — Jeremiah 25 and 50–51 as Structural Keys to Jeremiah
  • Mark Kiley — Prayer from Alexander to Constantine: Methodology and Theology
  • Philip J. King — Hydrology and Texts in Biblical Times
  • Stanley B. Marrow, S.J. — Athanasia/Anastasis: The Road Not Taken
  • Craig E. Morrison, O.Carm. — The Character of the Syriac Version of the First Book of Samuel and Its Relationship to Other Biblical Versions
  • John F. O'Grady — Sources in the Gospel of John
  • Mary Margaret Pazdan, O.P. — The Parable of the Wicked Tenants (Matt 21:33-46; Mark 2:1-12; Luke 20:9-19): A Feminist Response to the Markan Version
  • John J. Pilch — The Transfiguration of Jesus: An Experience of Alternate Reality
  • Donald B. Sharp, S.J. — The Remnant of Zephaniah: Identifying "A People Humble and Lowly"
  • Joseph Sievers — How Irrevocable? The Uses and Misuses of Rom 11:29
  • William M. Soll — Inheriting Sarah: Marriage in the Book of Tobit
  • Seung Ai Yang — Jesus' Sayings on "Divorce" (Matt 5:31-32, 19:3-9; Mark 10:2-12; Luke 16:18; 1 Cor 7:10-11): A Search for Meaning through a Cross-Cultural Dialogue

1994:

  • Michael L. Barre, S.S. — Recovering the "Lost" Prayer in the Psalm of Hezekiah (Isa 38:16-17b)
  • Christopher T. Begg — Josephus' Version of Israel's Battle with Amalek (Ant. 3, 39-62)
  • David M. Bossman, O.F.M. — The Task of Biblical Theology Today: Critical Issues and Leads from an American Perspective
  • Warren Carter — The Call of the First Disciples in Its Narrative Context (Matt 4:18-22): An Audience-Oriented Approach
  • Richard J. Clifford, S.J. — The Textual Tradition of the Book of Proverbs
  • Deirdre Dempsey — The Textual Evidence from Tell Nimrin, Jordan
  • James W. Flanagan — The Tell Nimrin Project: An Update
  • Florence Gillman — The Synoptic Portrayal of Herodias
  • Joseph A. Grassi — The Warning About Paul in 2 Peter 3:15-16
  • Daniel J. Harrington, S.J. — Jesus and Wisdom
  • Patrick J. Hartin — The Role of Women in the Narrative of Mark 15:40-16:8
  • Delbert R. Hillers — Palmyrene Aramaic Inscriptions and the Bible: With Emphasis on Abraham's Purchase of Tomb Property, Genesis 23
  • William H. Irwin, C.S.B. — The Course of the Dialogue Between Moses and YHWH in Exod 33:12-17
  • Philip J. King — Daily Life in Bible Times
  • William S. Kurz, S.J. — Effects of Variant Narrators in Acts 10-11
  • John P. Meier — Mentor, Message, and Miracles: A Preview of A Marginal Jew, Vol. II
  • Francis J. Moloney, S.D.B. — The Question of the Messiah in John 7:1-10:21
  • Kathleen Nash, S.S.N.D. — Judith: A Wildwoman Domesticated
  • Robert North, S.J. — Could Hebrew Have Been a Cultic Esperanto?
  • Douglas E. Oakman — The Archaeology of First-Century Galilee and the Social Character of the Jesus Movement
  • John J. Schmitt — Testing Halperin: Ezekiel 16 as a Test Case for a Psychological Approach to Scripture
  • Eileen Schuller, O.S.U. — The Cave 4 Hodayot Manuscripts
  • Jeffrey S. Siker — The Scriptures of Ethics: Uses of the Bible in 20th Century Christian Ethics
  • Vincent M. Smiles — Paul's Critique of the Law in Gal 2:15-21
  • F. Scott Spencer — Shepherds and Other "Night Owls" on the Lukan Frontier
  • Charles H. Talbert — Second Thoughts: Is Acts a Monograph or a Bios?
  • Gale A. Yee — Glass and Gender in Genesis 2–3

1993:

  • Terrance Callan — "Seeing God": An Interpretation of Johannine Christology
  • John A. Darr — "Watch How You Listen" (Luke 8:18): Seeing and Hearing as Metaphors for Reading in Luke-Acts
  • Deirdre A. Dempsey — An Analysis of the Verb Syntax of Egyptian Aramaic Letters
  • John C. Endres, S.J. — Passion for Worship In Post-Exilic Judah
  • J. Massyngbaerde Ford — Corpus Diaboli: An Examination of the Concept of the Body of the Devil in Early Commentaries on the Apocalypse of John
  • Daniel J. Harrington, S.J. — Wisdom at Qumran
  • Mark Kiley — From All Your Idols I Will Cleanse You: Soundings in Markan Anthropology
  • David Landry — Narrative Logic in the Annunciation to Mary (Luke 1:26-38)
  • Stuart L. Love — Women and Men at "Public" Banquets and Meals in Luke
  • Edward J. McMahon — Why Did Jewish-Christianity Not Produce (Their Own) Narrative Gospels?
  • Paul G. Mosca — Poetry and Philology: Creation and the Nations in Isaiah 40:12,15
  • Roland E. Murphy, O.Carm. — The Personification of Wisdom
  • Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, O.P. — Why Did James Agree with Paul?
  • Harry P. Nasuti — The Canonical Shape of the Psalter: Implications for the Genre Analysis of the Psalms
  • David Penchansky — Old Testament Interpretation in the Turbulent Sixties: The Contributions of James Barr, Langdon Gilkey, and Brevard Childs
  • Joseph Plevnik, S.J. — The Shaming of Jesus
  • Mark Allen Powell — Matthew's Beatitudes and Social Justice
  • Terrance Prendergast, S.J. — The "Eye" Parables in the Sermon on the Mount (Matt 6:22-23; 7:3-5)
  • Barbara E. Reid, O.P. — Luke 9:28-36: A Predictive Angelophany
  • Jean-Pierre Ruiz — Displacing the Dragon: Another Look at Revelation 12
  • William M. Soll — Torah in the Psalms
  • John T. Willis — "I am your God" and "you are my people" in Hosea and Jeremiah

1992:

  • Paul J. Achtemeier — Suffering Servant and Suffering Christ in 1 Peter
  • Christopher T. Begg — Josephus' Version of the Campaign of the Three Kings (2 Kings 3)
  • Thomas R. Brummel, C.M.F. — Interpreting Matt 5:39 (Turn the Other Cheek)
  • Antony F. Campbell, S.J. — The Rentdorff Revolution: Milestone or Mirage?
  • Timothy R. Carmody — The New Family in Mark: The Divorce Text in Context
  • Francis D. Connolly-Weinert — Pilgrimage as Paradigm, and the Genre of Luke-Acts: First Approximations
  • Paul Brooks Duff — "There is Hope for a {Fig} Tree": A Reassessment of Mark 13:28
  • Daniel J. Harrington, S.J. — Paul and Judaism: What Have We Learned?
  • Patrick J. Hartin — Third World Possibilities in the Teaching of Biblical Studies
  • Martin Kessler — Old Testament Exegesis in Amsterdam
  • William Klassen — The Enigma of Judas Iscariot, with Special Emphasis on Catholic Scholarship
  • William S. Kurz, S.J. — 2 Corinthians: Implied Readers and Canonical Implications
  • Dale Launderville, O.S.B. — The Function of the Royal Myths of the Ancient Near East to Check and Balance Royal Power
  • Neil J. McEleney, C.S.P. — The Unity and Theme of Matt 7:1-12
  • James McIlhone — The Story of Wisdom
  • J. Ramsey Michaels — Everything That Rises Must Converge: Another Look at 1 Thess 4:15
  • William G. Most — Romans 1:17: A Philosophical Approach
  • Robert L. Mowery — The Son of God and the Son of the Father in the Gospel of Matthew
  • Kathleen Nash, S.S.N.D. — "Who Rules in Israel?" The Construction of Gender in 1 Kings 20–22
  • Jerome H. Neyrey, S.J. — The Footwashings in John 13: Rituals or Ceremonies
  • Marie-Eloise Rosenblatt, R.S.M. — Death-Threats and Confrontation: Luke's Biography of Paul the Missionary
  • Judith E. Sanderson — The Paleo-Hebrew Scrolls from Qumran Cave 4
  • Timothy P. Schehr — The Power of Language: Gen 11:1-7
  • F. Scott Spencer — Neglected Widows in Community and Interpretation: A Fresh Look at Acts 6:1-7
  • John T. Willis — Perspectives on Imprecations in the Psalms
  • Gale A. Yee — The Author/Text/Reader and Power: Suggestions for a Critical Framework for Biblical Studies

1991:

  • Paul F. Aspan — Epaphroditus: The Epitome of a Philippian
  • S. Scott Bartchy — Community of Goods in Acts: Idealization or Social Reality?
  • Bernard F. Batto — The Institution of Marriage in Genesis 2 and Atrahasis
  • Markus N.A. Bockmuehl — Universal Law in the First Three Centuries
  • Thomas L. Brodie, O.P. — One Hundred Years of the Theory of Proto-Luke (1891–1991): Retrospect and Prospect
  • Thomas R. Brummel, C.M.F. — Origen on the Pharisees' Accusation that Jesus Worked Miracles by the Power of Beelzebul: An Instance of Non-allegorical Interpretation
  • David M. Carr — The Tradition History of the Primeval History (Genesis 1–11)
  • Florence Morgan Gillman — Pilate's Message from His Wife (Matt 27:19)
  • Joseph A. Grassi — Luke's Redaction of the Feeding of the Five Thousand (9:10-17)
  • Daniel J. Harrington, S.J. — The Rich Young Man in Matt 19:16-22: Another Way to God for Jews?
  • Mark Kiley — Ahab, Jezebel, and James
  • Ghislain R. Labonte' — Abraham in History: New Questions, New Methods
  • John G. Lodge — The Enemy May Be Us: The Use of Scripture in Romans 9–11
  • Robert K. Moriarty, S.M. — The Treatment of the Lord's Prophet: A Matter of Life and Death (3 Kgdms 17:17-24 as Hermeneutic Key to 3 Kgdms 17-18)
  • Roland E. Murphy, O.Carm. — Wanting or Wanted: A Critical Biblical Theology
  • Harry P. Nasuti — The Poetics of Biblical Prophecy: Reading the Prophetic Book as Books
  • David Penchansky — COMMENTARIES 'R' US: An Ideological Analysis of Some Recent Interpretations of Job
  • Earl J. Richard — Paul's Early Theology, Christology, and Pneumatology: A Study of 1 Thessalonians
  • Fernando F. Segovia — The Final Farewell of Jesus: A Reading of John 20:30–21:25
  • Mark Sheridan, O.S.B. — Making the Camel Pass through the Eye of the Needle: A Patristic View of the Old Testament
  • Joseph Sievers — Identifying the Pharisees: A Prosopo-graphical Approach to the Problem
  • Jeffrey S. Siker — Bernard Haring and the Use of Scripture in Moral Theology
  • D. Moody Smith — Historical Issues and the Question of John and the Synoptics
  • John L. Topel, S.J. — The Parallel between Jesus and John the Baptist in Luke 3–6
  • Jerome T. Walsh — The Sermon on the Mount (Matt 4:25–8:1)

1990:

  • Michael L. Barre, S.S. — Yahweh Is My Strength and My Song???
  • Michael J. Cahill — Analyzing the Conversation between the Modern Bible Scholar and the Patristic Commentator
  • John T. Carroll — The Future and the Crisis of the Present: Eschatology and the Gospel of Mark
  • Richard J. Clifford, S.J. — Creation in Second Isaiah: Forschungsbericht and Proposal
  • Thomas B. Dozeman — Exploring Early Exodus Tradition in Exodus 11–15
  • James W. Flanagan — Tell Nimrin: A Preliminary Report on Summer 1990
  • Charles Homer Giblin — The Tripartite Literary Structure of John's Gospel
  • John Paul Heil — Reader-Response and the Narrative Context of the Parables about Growing Seed in Mark 4:1-34
  • Stuart L. Love — A Macrosociological Analysis of Certain Aspects of the Roles of Women in the Gospel of Matthew
  • Leo H. Madden — Romans 15: Stages in the Conclusion to Paul's Letter to the Romans
  • Susan F. Mathews — An Examination of Some Allusions to the Old Testament in the Apocalypse of John
  • Thomas P. McCreesh, O.P. — Ups and Downs in Isaiah 2–4
  • Paul A. Mirecki — Coptic Magical Papyri in the Michigan Collection
  • Alan C. Mitchell, S.J. — The Greco-Roman Friendship Ideal in Acts 2:43-47 and 4:32-37
  • Paul G. Mosca — Job's Reflection on Wisdom (Job 28)
  • Enrique Nardoni — "Charisma" in 1 Corinthians 12–14
  • Gary A. Phillips — "Lest They Perceive With Their Eyes and Hear With Their Ears…": Deconstructive Reading and the Ethics of Biblical Criticism
  • John J. Pilch — Deceit, Honor and Shame in Biblical Texts: Insights from Cultural Anthropology
  • Jean-Pierre Ruiz — Ezekiel in the Apocalypse: Reappropriation of Metaphor and Transformation of Language
  • Anthony J. Saldarini — Inner Jewish Polemic in Matthew 23
  • Charles H. Talbert — Once Again: The Gentile Mission in Luke–Acts
  • Ronald L. Tyler — 1 Corinthians 4 and Hellenistic Pedagogy
  • Verlyn D. Verbrugge — The Genesis of Paul's Collection
  • Ronald D. Witherup, S.S. — The Story of Cornelius as an Example of "Functional Redundancy" in the Acts of the Apostles
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