J. Cornelis de Vos, English Publications

2016. “Hebrews 3.7–4.11 and the Function of Mental Time-Space Landscapes.” Pages 1-20 in Constructions of Space III: Biblical Spatialities and the Sacred. Edited by Jorunn Økland,  J. Cornelis de Vos, and Karen Wenell. New York: Bloomsbury.

2015. “Past, Present, and Prophecy in Hebrews 1.” Pages 1-19 in Rewritten Bible and Prophecy. Edited by Pekka Lindqvist and Sven Grebenstein. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns.

2015. “‘I Wish Those Who Unsettle You Would Mutilate Themselves!’ Circumcision and Emasculation in the Letter to the Galatians.” Pages 1-31 in Jewish Cultural Encounters in the Mediterranean and Ancient Near Eastern World. Edited by Mladen Popovic. Leiden: Brill.

2015. “Murder as Sacrilege. Philo of Alexandria on the Prohibition to Kill.” Pages 1-25 in  “You Shall Not Kill”. The Prohibition to Kill as a Norm in Ancient Cultures and Religions. Edited by Hermut Löhr and J. Vos Cornelis. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.

2014. “‘Temple’ and ‘Holy Land’ in 2 Corinthians 6.4–7.1.” Pages 123-150 in Holy Places and Cult. Edited by Erkki Koskenniemi and  J. Cornelis de Vos. Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns.

2013. “The Decalogue in Pseudo-Phocylides and Syriac Menander: ‘Unwritten Laws’ or Decalogue Reception?.” Pages 41-56 in The Decalogue and Its Cultural Influence. Edited by Markl Dominik. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press.

2013. “Jerusalem: Why on Earth Is It in Heaven? A Comparison of Galatians 4:21-31 and 2 Baruch 4:1-7.” Pages 326-337 in Exploring the Narrative: Jerusalem and Jordan in the Bronze and Iron Ages. Papers in Honour of Margreet Steiner. Edited by Eveline van der Steen , Jeannette Boertien, and Noor Mulder New York: Continuum.

2011. “Beth-Horon.” Pages 980-982 in EBR.

2009. “‘Holy Land’ in Joshua 18,1–10.” Pages 61-72 in The Land of Israel in Bible, History, and Theology. Studies in Honour of Ed Noort. edited by  Jacques van Ruiten and  J. Cornelis de Vos. Leiden: Brill.

2007.  “‘You Have Forsaken the Fountain of Wisdom’. The Function of Law in Baruch 3:9–4:4.” Zeitschrift für altorientalische und biblische Rechtsgeschichte 13: 176-186.