2018. The Glory of the Crucified One. Edited by Wayne Coppins and Simon Gathercole. Translated by Wayne Coppins and Christoph Heilig. BMSEC 6. Waco, Tex.: Baylor University Press.
2017. “Ferdinand Christian Baur and the Interpretation of John.” Pages 206-235 in Ferdinand Christian Baur and the History of Early Christianity. Edited by M. Bauspiess, C. Landmesser, and D. Lincicum. Translated by R. F. Brown and P. C. Hodgson. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
2017. “Toward Reconfiguring Our Views on the ‘Parting of the Ways’: Ephesus as a Test Case .” Pages 221–39 in John and Judaism: A Contested Relationship in Context. Edited by R. A. Culpepper and P. N. Anderson. Atlanta, Ga.: SBL Press 2017.
2016. “From the ‘Kingdom of God’ to ‘Eternal Life’: The Transformation of Theological Language in the Fourth Gospel.” Pages 439-58 in John, Jesus, and History. Volume 3: Glimpses of Jesus through the Johannine Lens. Edited by P. N. Anderson, F. Just, and T. Thatcher. Atlanta: SBL Press.
2016. “From Text to Community: Methodological Problems of Reconstructing Communities behind Texts.” Pages 167-84 in Jewish and Christian Communal Identities in the Roman World. Edited by Y. Fustenberg. AJEC 94. Leiden: Brill.
2016. “Between Torah and Stoa: How Could Readers Have Understood the Johannine Logos.” Pages 189-234 in The Prologue of the Gospel of John: Its Literary, Theological, and Philosophical Contexts. Papers read at the Colloquium Ioanneum 2013. Edited by J. G. van der Watt, R. A. Culpepper and U. Schnelle. WUNT 359. Tübingen: Mohr.
2015. “From the Sēmeia Narratives to the Gospel as a Significant Narrative: On Genre-Bending in the Johannine Miracle Stories.” Pages 209–32 in The Fourth Gospel as Genre Mosaic. Edited by K. B. Larsen. Studia Aarhusia Neotestamentica 3. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
2015. “Texts about Jesus: Non-canonical Gospels and Related Literature.” Pages 13–47 in The Oxford Handbook of Early Christian Apocrypha. Edited by A. Gregory, C. Tuckett, T. Nicklas and Verheyden. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
2015. “Paul the Apostle: A Life between Mission and Captivity.” Pages 553–77 in The Last Years of Paul: Essays from the Tarragona Conference, June 2013. Edited by A. P. i Tàrrech, J. Barclay and J. Frey. WUNT 352. Tübingen: Mohr
2015. “Judas, Gospel of.” Pages xxx in EBR ? [check]
2015. “Hebrews, Gospel of.” Pages xxx in EBR 11.
2014. “Johannine Christology and Eschatology.” Pages 101-132 in Beyond Bultmann. Reckoning a New Testament Theology. Edited by B. W. Longenecker and M. C. Parsons. Waco, TX: Baylor University Press.
2014. “The Use of δόξα in Paul and John as Shaped by the Septuagint.” Pages 85-104 in The Reception of Septuagint Words in Jewish-Hellenistic and Christian Literature. Edited by Eberhard Bons, Ralph Brucker and Jan Joosten. WUNT II/367. Tübingen: Mohr.
2014. “how did the Spirit become a Person?” Pages 343-71 in The Holy Spirit, Inspiration, and the Cultures of Antiquity. Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Edited by J. Frey, J. R. Levison, and J. Bowden. Ekstasis 5. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
2014. “Apocalyptic Dualism.” Pages 271-294 in Oxford Handbook of Apocalypticism. Edited by J. J. Collins. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
2013. Die Herrlichkeit des Gekreuzigten. Studien zu den Johanneischen Schriften I. Edited by Juliane Schlegel. WUNT 307. Tübingen: Mohr (“Eschatology in the Johannine Circle” [pp. 663-698], “Love Relations in the Fourth Gospel: Establishing a Semantic Network” [pp. 739-766], “‘Ethical’ Traditions, Family Ethos, and Love in the Johannine Literature” [pp. 767-802])
2013. “God’s Dwelling on Earth: ‘Shekhina-Theology’ in Revelation 21 and in the Gospel of John.” Pages 79-103 in John’s Gospel and Intimations of Apocalyptic. Edited by Christopher Rowland and Catrin Williams. London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark) 2013.
2013. “Paul’s View of the Spirit in the Light of Qumran.” Pages 239-262 in The Dead Sea Scrolls and Pauline Literature. Edited by Jean-Sébastien Rey. StTDJ 102. Leiden: Brill.
2013. “‘Ethical’ Traditions, Family Ethos and Love in the Johannine Literature.” Pages 167-203 in Early Christian Ethics in Interaction with Jewish and Greco-Roman Contexts. Edited by Jan Willem van Henten and Joseph Verheyden. STAR 17. Leiden: Brill (= 2013 [Herrlichkeit], 767-802).
2013. “Dualism III: Greco-Roman Antiquity, IV: New Testament, V: Judaism.” Pages 51-56 in EBR 7.
2012. Cilliers Breytenbach and Jörg Frey. “Preface.” Pages ix-x in Reflections on Early Christian History and Religion – Erwägungen zur frühchristlichen Religionsgeschichte. AJEC 81: Leiden: Brill.
2012. “The Diaspora-Jewish Background of the Fourth Gospel.” SEÅ 77: 169-196.
2012. “Editorial.” EC 3: 145-146.
2012. “Martin Hengel as Theological Teacher”. Translated by Verena Adrian. Pages 15-32 in Earliest Christian History: History, Literature and Theology. Essays from the Tyndale Fellowship in Honor of Martin Hengel. WUNT II/320. Tübingen: Mohr.
2012. “Galatians.” Pages 199-222 in Paul: Life, Setting, Work, Letters. Edited by Oda Wischmeyer. Translated by Helen S. Heron with revisions by Dieter T. Roth. London: T&T Clark.
2012. “The Jewishness of Paul.” Pages 57-95 in Paul: Life, Setting, Work, Letters. Edited by Oda Wischmeyer. Translated by Helen S. Heron with revisions by Dieter T. Roth. London: T&T Clark.
2012. “Qumran Research and Biblical Scholarship in Germany.” Pages 529-564 in The Dead Sea Scrolls in Scholarly Perspective: A History of Research. Edited by Devorah Dimant. StTDJ 99. Leiden: Brill.
2012. “Temple and Identity in Early Christianity and in the Johannine Community: Reflections on the ‘Parting of the Ways’.” Pages 417-477 in Was 70 CE a Watershed in Jewish History? On Jews and Judaism before and after the Destruction of the Second Temple. Edited by Daniel R. Schwartz and Zeev Weiss. AJEC 78. Leiden: Brill.
2012. “Brother, Brotherhood IV: New Testament.” Pages 550-557 in EBR 4.
2011. “How could Mark and John do without Infancy Stories? Jesus’ Humanity and His Divine Origins in Mark and John.” Pages 189-215 in Infancy Gospels. Story and Identity. Edited by Claire Clivaz, Andreas Dettwiler, Luc Devillers, and Enrico Norelli. WUNT 281. Tübingen: Mohr.
2011. “Judgment on the Ungodly and the Parousia of Christ: Eschatology in Jude and 2 Peter.” Pages 493-513 in Eschatology in the New Testament and Some Related Documents. Edited by Jan G. van der Watt. WUNT II/315. Tübingen: Mohr.
2011. “Eschatology in the New Testament: An Introduction.” Pages 3-32 in Eschatology in the New Testament and Some Related Documents. Edited by Jan G. van der Watt. WUNT II/315. Tübingen: Mohr.
2011. “Continuity and Discontinuity between ‘Jesus’ and ‘Christ’: The Possibilities of an Implicit Christology.” RCatT 36.1: 69-98.
2011. “Editorial: Christology from Jewish Roots.” EC 2: 1-3.
2011. “Nazoreans, Gospel of the.” Pages 75-76 in RPP 9.
2010. “On the Origins of the Genre of the ‘Literary Testament’: Farewell Discourses in the Qumran Library and their Relevance for the History of the Genre.” Pages 345-375 in Aramaica Qumranica. The Aramaic Texts from Qumran. Edited by Katell Berthelot and Daniel Stoekl Ben Ezra. StTDJ 94. Leiden: Brill.
2010. “Disparagement as Argument: The Polemical Use of Moral Language in 2 Peter.” Pages 275-310 in Moral Language in the New Testament. Edited by Jan G. van der Watt, Ruben Zimmermann, and Susanne Luther. WUNT II/296. Tübingen: Mohr.
2010. “Critical Issues in the Investigation of the Scrolls and the New Testament.” Pages 517-545 in Oxford Handbook of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Edited by John J. Collins and Timothy Lim. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
2010. “Editorial.” EC 1: 193-194.
2010. “Essenes.” Pages 599-602 in The Eerdmans Dictionary of Early Judaism. Edited by John J. Collins and Daniel C. Harlow. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans.
2010. “Hengel, Martin.” Pages 726 in The Eerdmans Dictionary of Early Judaism. Edited by John J. Collins and Daniel C. Harlow. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans.
2010. “Schürer, Emil.” Pages 1200-1201 in The Eerdmans Dictionary of Early Judaism. Edited by John J. Collins and Daniel C. Harlow. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans.
2009. “Recent Perspectives on Johannine Dualism and its Background.” Pages 127-160 in Text, Thought, and Practice in Qumran and Early Christianity. Edited by R. A. Clements, and D. R. Schwartz. StTDJ 84. Leiden: Brill.
2009. “The Epistle of Jude between Judaism and Hellenism.” Pages 309-330 and 463-475 in The Catholic Epistles and the Apostolic Tradition. Edited by Karl-Wilhelm Niebuhr and Robert W. Wall. Waco, TX: Baylor University Press.
2009. “Love Relationships in the Fourth Gospel: Establishing a Semantic Network.” Pages 171-198 in Repetitions and Variations in the Fourth Gospel. Style, Text, Interpretation. Edited by Gilbert van Belle, Michael Labahn, and Petrus Maritz. BETL 223. Leuven: Peeters (= 2013 [Herrlichkeit] 739-765).
2009. “Zephaniah, Apocalypse of.” Page 357 in New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible. Vol. 5. Nashville, TN: Abingdon.
2008. “Recent Perspectives on Johannine Dualism and its Background.” Pages 127-157 in Text, Thought, and Practice in Qumran and Early Christianity. Edited by Ruth Clements and Daniel R. Schwartz. StTDJ 84. Leiden: Brill.
2008. “‘God is Love.’ On the Textual Tradition and Semantics of a Core Expression of the Christian Notion of God.” Pages 203-227 in Divine Wrath and Divine Mercy in the World of Antiquity. Edited by Reinhard G. Kratz and Hermann Spieckermann. FAT II/33. Tübingen: Mohr.
2007. “Paul’s Jewish Identity.” Pages 285-321 in Jewish Identity in the Greco-Roman World. Jüdische Identität in der griechisch-römischen Welt. Edited by Jörg Frey, Daniel R. Schwartz, and Stefanie Gripentrog. AJEC 71. Leiden: Brill.
2007. Jörg Frey and Daniel R. Schwartz. “Preface.” Pages vii-viii in Jewish Identity in the Greco-Roman World. Jüdische Identität in der griechisch-römischen Welt. Edited by Jörg Frey, Daniel R. Schwartz, and Stefanie Gripentrog. AJEC 71. Leiden: Brill.
2006. Jörg Frey, Jan van der Watt, and Ruben Zimmermann. “Preface.” Pages v-vi in Imagery in the Gospel of John. Edited by Jörg Frey, Jan van der Watt, R. Zimmermann, and Gabi Kern. WUNT 200. Tübingen: Mohr.
2006. “The Impact of the Dead Sea Scrolls on New Testament Interpretation: Proposals, Problems and Further Perspectives.” Pages 407-461 in The Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls. The Princeton Symposium on the Dead Sea Scrolls. Vol. 3: The Scrolls and Christian Origins. Edited by James H. Charlesworth. Waco, TX: Baylor University Press.
2006. “The Relevance of the Roman Imperial Cult for the Book of Revelation: Exegetical and Hermeneutical Reflections on the Relation between the Seven Letters and the Visionary Main Part of the Book.” Pages 231-255 in The New Testament and Early Christian Literature in Greco-Roman Context. Studies in Honor of David E. Aune. Edited by John Fotopoulos. NT.S 122. Leiden: Brill.
2006. “Plurality and Unity in the New Testament: Ferdinand Hahn’s ‘Theology.'” RBL 10/2006.
2005. “Eschatology in the Johannine Circle.” Pages 47-82 in Theology and Christology in the Fourth Gospel: Essays by the Members of the SNTS Johannine Writings Seminar. Edited by Gilbert van Belle, Jan G. van der Watt, and Petrus Maritz. BETL 184. Leuven: Peeters (= 2013 [Herrlichkeit] 663-698).
2005. “On the Character and Background of Mt 5:25-26. A Case Study for the Value of Qumran Literature in New Testament Interpretation.” Pages 3-39 in The Sermon on the Mount and Its Jewish Setting. Edited by Hans-Jürgen Becker and Serge Ruzer. Cahiers de la Revue Biblique 60. Paris: Gabalda.
2003. “The Relevance of the Dead Sea Scrolls for New Testament Interpretation: With a Bibliographical Appendix.” Acta Theologica 23.2: 86-116.
2002. “Flesh and Spirit in the Palestinian Jewish Sapiential Tradition and in the Qumran Texts. An Inquiry into the Background of Pauline Usage.” Pages 367-404 in The Wisdom Texts from Qumran and the Development of Sapiential Thought: Studies in Wisdom at Qumran and its Relationship to Sapiential Thought in the Ancient Near East, the Hebrew Bible, Ancient Judaism and the New Testament. Edited by Charlotte Hempel, Armin Lange, and Hermann Lichtenberger. BETL 159. Leuven: Peeters.
2000. “The Notion of ‘Flesh’ in 4QInstruction and the Background of Pauline Usage.” Pages 197-226 in Sapiential, Poetical and Liturgical Texts. Published in the Memory of Maurice Baillet. Proceedings of the 3rd meeting of the IOQS, Oslo 1998. Edited by Daniel K. Falk, Florentino García Martínez, and Eileen M. Schuller. StTJD 35. Leiden: Brill.
2000. “The New Jerusalem Text in Its Historical and Traditio-Historical Context.” Pages 800-816 in The Dead Sea Scrolls – 50 Years After Their Discovery 1947 – 1997. Proceedings of the Jerusalem Congress, July 20-25, 1997. Edited by Lawrence H. Schiffman, Emanuel Tov, James C. VanderKam. Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society.
1999. “Temple and Rival Temple: The Cases of Elephantine, Garizim, and Leontopolis.” Pages 171-203 in Gemeinde ohne Tempel – Community Without Temple. Edited by Beate Ego, Armin Lange, Peter Pilhofer. WUNT 118. Tübingen: Mohr.
1997. “Different Patterns of Dualism in the Qumran Library.” Pages 275-335 in Legal Texts and Legal Issues. Proceedings of the Second Meeting of the International Organization of Qumran Studies, Cambridge 1995, Published in Honor of J. M. Baumgarten. Edited by Moshe J. Bernstein, Florentino García Martínez, and John Kampen. StTDJ 25, Leiden: Brill.
Equivalent articles in RPP to the following RGG articles:
Lieblingsjünger, RGG 4 V, 2002, 366f. Art. Nazaräer, RGG4 VI, 2003, 160. Art. Nazaräerevangelium, RGG4 VI, 2003, 160f.
Stellvertretung III. Neues Testament, RGG4 VII, 2004, 1709f.
Wiedergeburt II,1: Neues Testament, RGG4 VIII, 2005, 1509f.
Zeit / Zeitvorstellungen II,2: Neues Testament, RGG4 VIII, 2005, 1804f.
English equivalent in Brill’s New Pauly to the following article:
Iohannes der Evangelist, in: Der Neue Pauly, Bd. 5, Stuttgart (Metzler Verlag), 1998, 1056-1058.