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2009 - 1990

Research Reports presented:

2019:

  • Mark A. Awabdy — “Reading Job’s Prologue Against Leviticus 8–10”
  • James W. Barker — “Reinscribing the Old Latin Diatessaron”
  • Charles A. Bobertz — “Boat Travel in the Narrative Construction of the Gospel of Mark”
  • David A. Bosworth — “The Role of the Natural World in the Divine-Human Relationship in Isaiah 1–39”
  • Kelley Coblentz Bautch — “Women Regents, and 1 Maccabees”
  • Nelida Naveros Cordova, CDP — “From Philo of Alexandria’s “Moderation” to Paul’s “Solution” to the Problem of Sinful Passions”
  • Andrew R. Davis — “Disability and Advocacy in the Book of Job”
  • Toan Do — “Paul, a Witness (?) to Jesus’ Family”
  • Thomas Esposito, O.Cist. — “Another Look at the Gospel Genre Question”
  • Gregory Yuri Glazov — “A Survey of Scriptural Citations in Jewish Theological Reflections on the Holocaust”
  • Andrew T. Glicksman — “Wisdom and Spirit in the Wisdom of Solomon”
  • Najeeb T. Haddad — “Not Augustus, is the God of this Age (2 Cor 4:4)”
  • Harry Hagan, O.S.B. — “Divorce and Remarriage: The Unforgivable Sin?, “
  • Todd Hanneken with Vanessa Cypert — “Pneumatology in Early Christian Scribal Practices”
  • Luke Emiehiele Ijezie  — “The Identity of the Medium of Endor in 1 Samuel 28”
  • Mark C. Kiley — “Basar and Mebasereth in the Fourth Gospel”
  • Francis M. Macatangay — “Traditions on Abraham in Tobit”
  • Linda M. Maloney — “When was Acts Written, and Why Does it Matter?”
  • Timothy Millinovich — “Start at the End: Rhetorical Peroratio in the Structure of Romans”
  • Anathea Portier-Young — “Terror, Tears, and Wonder: The Prophet’s Embodied Affect”
  • Michael L. Rapp — “The Curious Reception of Parresia in Early NT Versions”
  • Mark Reasoner — “Paul and the Merit of the Fathers”
  • Barbara E. Reid, O.P. — “Women Disciples and the Gospel of Luke”
  • Vincent Skemp — “Endurance in Suffering on the Path to Virtue in 4 Maccabees”
  • Daniel L. Smith — “Eschatic Manna in John, Paul, and Revelation”
  • Michael Ufok Udoekpo — “Becoming A Church-Family that Witnesses the Gospel to All: An Intertextual Study of Luke 3:4-6 and Isaiah 40:4-5 “
  • Lourdes García Ureña, — “Ps 68.14 – a Golden Dove?: An answer Based on Cognitive Linguistics ”
  • John T. Willis — “Jeremiah's Portrayal of Sin as Trusting in Untrustworthy People and Things”
2019 Emerging Scholar Fellows:
  • Ki-Eun Jang — “Saul’s Israel and the “Hebrews”: Identity Politics in 1 Samuel 13-14 “
  • Christian Gers-Uphaus  — “Reading Resurrection in the First Century – Traditio-Historical Thoughts on 1 Cor 15”

2018:

  • Michael G. Azar — “The Deification of ‘Witnesses’ in John’s Apocalypse”
  • Don C. Benjamin — “The Impact of Sargon & Enheduanna on Land Rights in Deuteronomy”
  • Laurie Brink, O.P. — “Reconciling the Divide of Disciplines: Rereading 2 Corinthians”
  • Sherri Brown — “Apostles to the Apostles: The Role of Women in John”
  • Nelida Naveros Cordova, C.D.P. — “Philo and the Power of Piety”
  • Ximena Debroeck — “Ritual, Remembrance, Reorientation: Vital for the Believer”
  • Ferdinand Okorie — “Divine Favor and the Return of Gratitude with a Scar to Show for it in Gal 6:17b.”
  • Toan Do — “Mark 3:20-21 & Its Structure?”
  • Mark Kiley — “Does Luke’s Jesus Open Text-Critical Issues in chs. 22 and 23?”
  • Joachim Eck — “Why Do Aetiologies in Num 11 ‘Explain’ Unknown Desert Spots?”
  • Mark Enemali, — “Naaman's Story as a Positive Representation of Foreigners (2 Kings 5:1-27)”
  • Garrett Galvin, O.F.M. — “The Book of Genesis and the Spiritual Formation of God's People.”
  • Mark Goodwin — “Romans 5:5, Origen, and Participation: Reading Paul Through a Patristic Lens”
  • Harry Hagan, O.S.B. — “The Call Narratives throughout the Bible”
  • Dennis Hamm, S.J. — “The Chosen: A significant Thread in the Fabric of Luke-Acts”
  • Richard J. Clifford, S.J. — “Genesis 2-3: Do the Moving Parts Fit Together?”
  • Robert Kugler — “Job agonistes? Considering the genre of T.Job 36-38”
  • Julius-Kei Kato — “Break It to Me Gently: Confronting the Fourth Gospel’s ‘Shadows’ in Communities that Love John”
  • Paul Korchin — “Solomon the Prophetless Sage”
  • Brian Yong Lee — “Forgive and Be Forgiven: New Testament Theology of Forgiveness and Leviticus 19:17-18”
  • Timothy Millinovich — “The Noise and the Signal: Paul’s Use of Rhetorical Inversion against the Opponents”
  • VanThanh Nguyen, S.V.D. — “Magic and Witchcraft in Acts”
  •  Marie Noonan Sabin — “From Wisdom to Christ: The Evolving of the Divine Feminine”
  • Joseph Riordan, S.J. — “ἀγαλλίαμα and the Eschatological Sequence in Tob 13:11 (GII)”
  • Patrick J. Russell — “The Parables Project: A Research Status Report”
  • Alexander Salakpi — “Ειδωλοθύτον in 1 Cor 8:1-13 and its Implications for Ancestor Worship among the Ewe in Ghana”
  • Lauress Wilkins Lawrence — “Joel: An Ecofeminist Reading for Troubled Times”
  • John T. Willis — “Truth and Falsehood in Jeremiah”
  • Timothy M. Willis — “The Verb gārēš and the Deuteronomistic Tradition”
2018 Emerging Scholar Fellows:
  • Evangeline Kozitza  — “Law and Narrative in Luke 2:22-24”
  • Tyler Stewart — “Making Sense of Evil: Angelic Rebellion and Abrahamic Sonship in Jubilees”

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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"

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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"

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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"

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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?”

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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

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2012

  • 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

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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

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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

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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

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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"?

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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 Sc holarly 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

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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

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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

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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

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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)

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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)

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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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