Complete List of Blog Posts

107. Rudolf Bultmann’s Letter to Jeffrey B. Gibson (Oct. 27, 1972)

106. Paul and Bonhoeffer on Humility according to Eve-Marie Becker

105. Jens Schröter on the Protevangelium of James and the Immaculate Conception

104. “I also decided … to write”—Michael Wolter on Luke’s Relationship to his Predecessors

103. Paul’s Dasmascus Road Experience and the Message of Easter (Peter von der Osten-Sacken)

102. English Bibliographies of Martin Hengel, Anna Maria Schwemer, and other BMSEC Authors

101. Review of Peter Osten Sacken’s New Commentary on Galatians

100. The Root of Wrede and Schweitzer’s Error: Hengel/Schwemer on the Messianic Claim of Jesus

99. Review of Jan Rüggemeier’s Poetik der markinischen Christologie: Eine kognitiv-narratologische Exegese

98. New Journal of Ethics in Antiquity and Christianity & Raphaela J. Meyer zu Hörste-Bühre on the Biblical Texts as an Element of the Relation between God and Humans

97. Torsten Jantsch on Cynic Argumentation in Rom 1-2 and Ps.-Diogenes Epistula 28

96. R. Zimmermann, the Aorist Imperative, and the Greek Gurus of the Facebook- and Blogosphere

95. Review of R. Zimmermann’s The Logic of Love (trans. D. T. Roth)

94 Angelika Reichert on the Positive Statements about the “I” in Romans 7

93 Jörg Frey, the Glory of the Crucified One, and the Dwelling of God in Jesus Christ

92. Thomas Söding and the Christology of Mark

91. My Jesus Blog Review of the Jesus Handbook

90. Michael Wolter, Luke 2:13, and “the multitude of the heavenly host”

89. Jan Rüggemeier on Markan Christology in Cognitive-Narratological Perspective

88. Eve-Marie Becker, Ancient History Writing, and the Genre of Mark

87. Michael Wolter on Jesus’s ἀγωνία in Luke 22.44

86. Jörg Frey on the Source-Critical and Redaction-Critical Approach to the Gospel of John

85. Torsten Jantsch on Jesus, the Savior: The Soteriology of the Lukan Doppelwerk

84. Hans W. Frei on Historicism, Realism, and Political Conditions in Eighteenth Century Germany

83. Hans W. Frei and the History of (German) Biblical Scholarship

82. Bockmuehl, Baur, and the Presence of Paul in the Pseudo-Clementines

81. Marilynne Robinson, Jörg Frey, and the resurrection of the troubled one

80. This is the Dream, This is my Body: Theodotion-Daniel 2.36 and the interpretation of Luke 22.19

79. Wolfgang Grünstäudl, David C. Parker, and the Unity of Acts and the Catholic Epistles

78. Michael Wolter on the Meaning of κατάλυμα in Luke 2:7

77. Differing Doubts about the Authorship of Luke-Acts: Schröter and Wolter

76. Friederike Kunath and Preexistence in John (A German Scholars Post)

75. Michael Wolter and the Publication of The Gospel According to Luke – Volume I (1-9:50)

74. Susanne Luther and Stephen Barton on Speech-Ethics, Anger, and Community in Ephesians 4:25-32

73. Jens Schröter, Galatians 1.6-7, and the Greek Scholars

72. Susanne Luther’s Discourse-Analytical Approach to Speech-Ethics in Matthew, James, and 1 Peter: A Reading Guide to an Impressive New Book

71. Bill Heroman, Christoph Markschies, and “the Great Man Theory”

70. Richard Bauckham, Jens Schröter, and Paul Ricoeur on Memory and its Errors

69. Sven Ensminger on N.T. Wright, Karl Barth, and the Aufhebung of Religion

68 Oda Wischmeyer on the “Grandness” of N.T. Wright with a Review of God and the Faithfulness of Paul

67. Rediscovering Parables in John with Ruben Zimmermann

66. Bibliographies of Neutestamentler/innen in the German Language Sphere (BNGLS)

65. Eve-Marie Becker on Humility in Paul

64. Happy to see Bob Dylan made my Top Ten Posts of 2015

63. Zimmermann’s Parables, Congdon’s Bultmann, and Wolter’s Paul—with a note on the terms “eschatic” and “existentialogical”

62. Francis Watson, Christoph Markschies, and the ‘Canon’ of Clement of Alexandria

61. Oda Wischmeyer on Love as Agape

60. Greek Grammar and Linguistics Beyond BDR/BDF: Heinrich Siebenthal zum 70. Geburtstag

59. Christine Jacobi on Social Memory and Jesus Tradition in Paul

58. Christoph Markschies and the Publication of Christian Theology and Its Institutions in the Early Roman Empire

57. Eve-Marie Becker on the Construction of History in Mark, Paul, and Luke

56: Echoes and Empire Criticism: Christoph Heilig on Hays, Barclay, and Wright/Elliott

55. Annette Merz on Gender Research and the Quest for the Historical Jesus

54. Francis Watson, Jens Schröter, and the Sayings Collection Genre of the Gospel of Thomas

53. Petra von Gemünden on Affekte in the Synoptic Gospels

52. 3 PhD Positions, 1 Postdoc Position, and a German Summer School in Mainz

51. Bob Dylan Career Path

50 Jörg Frey zum Geburtstag: Present and Future Eschatology in the Johannine Farewell Discourses

49 Jörg Frey on the zeitgeschichtliche Approach to Johannine Interpretation

48 Michael Wolter, Martin Hengel, and the Titles of the Gospels

47 Top 5 Posts in 2014

46 Matthias Konradt on Jesus as Son of God by Birth and Son of David by Adoption

45 Eberhard Jüngel: Love is Still Able to be Intensified

44 Matthias Konradt on the Soteriological Significance of Jesus’s Death in Matthew

43 Jens Schröter on Jesus’ use of the Son of Man Expression as Aufmerksamkeitssignal

42 Michael Bachmann on the New Perspective on Paul (Paulus Handbuch Series)

41 Matthias Konradt and the Publication of Israel, Church, and the Gentiles in the Gospel of Matthew (BMSEC 2)

40 Defining Institutions with Christoph Markschies

39 Jörg Frey on the Historicizing Approach to Johannine Interpretation

38 Torsten Jantsch and God as Creator in Paul (German Scholars Post)

37 Hengel and Schwemer on Historiography and the Messianic Claim of Jesus: with Jens Schröter and Dale Allison

36 Jens Schröter and the Publication of Jesus of Nazareth – Jew from Galilee, Savior of the World

35 Bultmann, Käsemann and the Righteousness of God in Paul (Paulus Handbuch Series)

34 Jens Schröter on the Areopagus Speech and Not Reducing Historcity to Facticity

33 Benjamin Schliesser on the Cosmic Interpretation of Pistis in Gal 3.23, 25

32 Jörg Frey on the Theological Approach to Johannine Interpretation

31 Christoph Markschies on Portraying the History of Theology as a One-Way Street

30 Teilungshypothesen and Cicerobriefe according to Peter Arzt-Grabner, Hans-Joseph Klauck, and Thomas Schmeller (Paulus Handbuch Series)

29 Jens Schröter on Luke as an Ancient Historian and the Need for Differentiation in Assessing the Historical Value of Acts

28 Michael Wolter on Luke’s Correct Placement of the Quirinius Census

27 Peter Arzt-Grabner on the Interpretation of ΙΟΥΝΙΑΝ in Rom 16.7 (Paulus Handbuch Series)

26) T Michael Law, Jens Schröter, and Christoph Markschies on the Muratorian Fragment

25) Translator’s Notes 1: Eugene Boring on Udo Schnelle’s Theology of the New Testament

24) Oda Wischmeyer and the Lexikon der Bibelhermeneutik

23 Friedrich Horn on the Paulus Handbuch (Mohr Siebeck 2013)

22) Jens Schröter on the Need to Assess the Historical Value of Acts on Multiple Levels

21) Markus Öhler, “Das ganze Haus. Antike Alltagsreligiosität und die Apostelgeschichte”, ZNW 102, 2011, 201-234

20) Rüdiger Schmitt on Latin influences in the Greek vernacular: A Model Sentence from Laura Hunt

19) Jumping over one’s own shadow with Ernst Käsemann and David Lincicum: the challenge of translating unusual idioms

18) T. Michael Law and Christoph Markschies on Origen in Caesarea

17) Udo Schnelle and Eugene Boring on “Geschichte”, “Historie”, and “Historik”: with special guests Jens Schröter, Chris Keith, and Brevard Childs

16) Michael Hölscher, “Entweder Gott oder der Mammon – Das soziale Anliegen des Lukas”

15) Gerd Theissen’s Critique of the New Perspective on Paul

14) Rehabilitating F. C. Baur with Jens Schröter and Matthew Hopper

13) Jens Schröter on the Differences between Historical and Literary Narratives

12) Solving the “Gretchenfrage” of the Son of Man Problem with Eugene Boring

11) Volker Rabens, “‘Schon jetzt’ und ‘noch mehr’: Gegenwart und Zukunft des Heils bei Paulus und in seinen Gemeinden” (JBTh 2013)

10) Christoph Markschies on the need to differentiate between various institutional contexts and levels of instruction in relation to “majority” church and “gnostic” teachers

9) (Re)configuring Judaism with Paul, Joel Willitts, and Jochen Flebbe

8) Jens Schröter on the character of every historical (re)presentation – with special guests Chris Keith and Anthony Le Donne

7) Gerd Theissen on Evil and the Aporia of the Theodicy Problem

6) Dietrich-Alex Koch on Paul’s Use of the LXX and Vorpaulinische Septuagintarezensionen

5) On preserving the distinction between bewahren and bewähren when tested: A note on the translation of Ernst Käsemann’s book On Being a Disciple of the Crucified Nazarene

4) Urchristentum, Primitive Christianity, and Early Christianity

3) Always Choose the Stronger Word and Beware of False Friends: A Translator’s Memories of Martin Hengel (1926-2009) and John Bowden (1935-2010)

2) Constructing History with Droysen and Jens Schröter

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