This is a bibliography of Eve-Marie Becker’s English publications.
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2016. What is Human?: Theological Encounters with Anthropology. Edited by Eve-Marie Becker, Jan Dietrich, and Bo Kristian Holm. Gottingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2016.
2016. “Mark in the Frame of Ancient History Writing: The Quest for Heuristics.” Pages 13-27 in Communication, Pedagogy, and the Gospel of Mark. Edited by Elizabeth E. Shively and Geert Van Oyen. Resources for Biblical Studies 83. Atlanta, Ga.: SBL, 2016.
2016. “Patterns of Early Christian Thinking and Writing of History: Paul – Mark – Acts.” Pages 191-221 in History as a Challenge to Buddhism and Christianity. Edited by Elizabeth J. Harris and John O’ Grady. Sankt Ottilien: Eos.
2016. Shaping Identity by Writing History: Earliest Christianity in its Making.” Religion in the Roman Empire 2: 152-169.
2016. “Wright’s Paul and the Paul of Acts: A Critique of Pauline Exegesis – Inspired by Lukan Studies.” Pages 151-163 in God and the Faithfulness of Paul: A Critical Examination of the Pauline Theology of N.T. Wright. Edited by Christoph Heilig, J. Thomas Hewitt and Michael F. Bird. Tübingen: Mohr.
2015. “Contemporary Approaches to Matthew: A ‘Lutheran’ Critique.” Pages 15-25 in To All the Nations: Lutheran Hermeneutics and the Gospel of Matthew. Edited by Kenneth Mtata and Craig Koester. LWF Studies 2015/2. Leipzig: Evangelische Verlagsanstalt.
2015. “Historiography: II. Greco-Roman Antiquity. EBR 11: 1129-1135.
2015. “Jesus and Capernaum in the Apostolic Age: Balancing Sources and Their Evidence.” Pages 113-139 in The Mission of Jesus: Second Nordic Symposium on the Historical Jesus, Lund, 7-10 October 2012. WUNT II/391. Edited by Samuel Byrskog and Tobias Hägerland. Tübingen: Mohr.
2015. “John 13 as Counter-Memory: How the Fourth Gospel Revises Early Christian Historiography.” Pages 269-281 in The Gospel of John as Genre Mosaic. Edited by Kasper Bro Larsen. Studia Aarhusiana Neotestamentica 3. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
2015. “Krázein and the Concept of “Emotional Prayer” in Earliest Christianity : Rom 8:15 and Acts 7:60 in Their Context(s).” Pages 351-366 in Ancient Jewish Prayers and Emotions: Emotions associated with Jewish prayer in and around the Second Temple period. Edited by Stefan C. Reif and Renate Egger-Wenzel. Deuterocanoncial and Cognate Literature Studies 26. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2015.
2014. “Earliest Christian literary activity: Investigating Authors, Genres and Audiences in Paul and Mark. Pages 87-105 in Mark and Paul: Comparative Essyas Part II: For and Against Pauline Influence on Mark. Edited by Eve-Marie Becker, Troels Engberg-Pedersen, and Mogens Müller. BZNW 199. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
2014. “Mark and Paul – Introductory Remarks. Pages 1-10 in Mark and Paul: Comparative Essyas Part II: For and Against Pauline Influence on Mark. Edited by Eve-Marie Becker, Troels Engberg-Pedersen, and Mogens Müller. BZNW 199. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
2014. “Patterns of Early Christian Thinking and Writing of History : Paul – Mark – Acts.” Pages 276-296 in Thinking, Recording, and Writing History in the Ancient World. Edited by Kurt A. Raaflaub. Malden: Wiley-Blackwell.
2014.”‘Trauma Studies’ and Exegesis: Challenges, Limits and Prospects.” Pages 15-29 in Trauma and Traumatization in Individual and Collective Dimensions: Insights from Biblical Studies and Beyond. Edited by Eve-Marie Becker, Jan Dochhorn, and Else Kragelund Holt. Studia Aarhusiana Neotestamentica 2. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
2013. “Introduction: Reading Mark and Matthew Within and Beyond the First Century.” Pages 1-12 in Mark and Matthew II: Comparative Readings: Reception History, Cultural Hermeneutics, and Theology. Edited by Eve-Marie Becker and Anders Runesson. WUNT 304. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2013.
2013. “The Reception of ‘Mark’ in the 1st and 2nd Centuries C. E. and its Significance for Genre Studies. Pages 15-36 in Mark and Matthew II: Comparative Readings: Reception History, Cultural Hermeneutics, and Theology. Edited by Eve-Marie Becker and Anders Runesson. WUNT 304. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2013.
2012. “Lutheran Hermeneutics and New Testament Studies: Some Political and Cultural Implications.” Pages 121-134 in You have the Words of Eternal Life: Transformative Readings of the Gospel of John from a Lutheran Perspective. Edited by Kenneth Mtata. Minneapolis, MN: Lutheran University Press.
2012. “The Place of Theology in the Contemporary University: Research and Resources.” Svensk Teologisk Kvartalskrift 88: 171-177.
2012. “The Person of Paul.” Pages 121-132 in Paul: Life, Setting, Work, Letters. Edited by Oda Wischmeyer. London: T&T Clark International.
2012. “2 Corinthians.” Pages 173-198 in Paul: Life, Setting, Work, Letters. Edited by Oda Wischmeyer. London: T&T Clark International.
2012. “2 Corinthians 3:14, 18 as Pauline Allusions to a Narrative Jesus-Tradition.” Pages 121-133 in “What Does the Scripture Say?”: Studies in the Function of Scripture in Early Judaism and Christianity. Edited by Craig A. Evans and H. Daniel Zacharias. LNTS 470. London: T&T Clark International.
2011. “Introduction: Studying Mark and Matthew in Comparative Perspective.” Pages 1-10 in Mark and Matthew I: Comparative Readings: Understanding the Earliest Gospels in their First-Century Settings. Edited by Eve-Marie Becker and Anders Runesson. WUNT 271. Tübingen: Mohr.
2011. “Dating Mark and Matthew as Ancient Literature.” Pages 123-143 in Mark and Matthew I: Comparative Readings: Understanding the Earliest Gospels in their First-Century Settings. Edited by Eve-Marie Becker and Anders Runesson. WUNT 271. Tübingen: Mohr.
2011. “Historiographical Literature in the New Testament Period (1st and 2nd Centuries CE). Pages 1787-1817 in Handbook for the Study of the Historical Jesus. Vol. 2: The Study of Jesus. Edited by Tom Holmén and Stanley E. Porter. Leiden: Brill.
2010. “Religion and Historiography: Prophets and Prophecy in Josephus’ bellum Judaicum 2,258-263 and the Gospel of Mark 6,14-16; 8,27-30.” Pages 143-158 in Studia Hellenistica et Historiographica: Festschrift für Andreas Mehl. Edited by Thomas Brüggemann, Burkhard Meissner, Christian Mileta, Angela Pabst and Oliver Schmitt. Gutenberg: Computus.
2009. “Jews and Christians in Conflict?: Polemical and Satirical Elements in Revelation 2-3. Pages 111-136 in Critique and Apologetics: Jews, Christians and Pagans in Antiquity. Edited by Anders-Christian Jacobsen, Jörg Ulrich, and David Brakke. Early Christianity in the Context of Antiquity 4. Peter Lang.
2009. “Mk 1:1 and the Debate on a ‘Markan Prologue’.” Filologia Neotestamentaria 22: 91-106. Vol. 22, 2009, p. 91-106.
2009. “The Correlation between Ecclesiology and Soteriology in the New Testament.” Pages 35-46 in One Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church: Some Lutheran and Ecumenical Perspectives. Edited by Hans-Peter Grosshans. LWF Studies 1. Minneapolis, MN: Lutheran University Press.
2008. “The Gospel of Mark in the Context of Ancient Historiography.” Pages 124-134 in The Function of Ancient Historiography in Biblical and Cognate Studies. Edited by Patricia Kirkpatrick and Timothy D. Goltz. Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies 489. New York: Bloomsbury Academic.
2007. “Gospels: Interpretation.” Pages 131-135 in Dictionary of Biblical Criticism and Interpretation. Edited by Stanley E. Porter. London: Frank Cass Publishers, 2007. p. 131-135.
2004. Letter Hermeneutics in Second Corinthians: Studies in Literarkritik and Communication Theory. JSNT.S 279 London: T&T Clark.