Jens Schröter’s English Publications

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2021. Konradt Schmid and Jens Schröter. The Making of the Bible: From the First Fragments to Sacred Scripture. Translated by Peter Lewis. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press.

2019. “Acts of the Apostles. Chapter Ten.” Pages 225-241 in The Reception of Jesus in the First Three Centuries. Volume One: From Paul to Josephus. Literary Receptions of Jesus in the First Century CE. Edited by C. Keith, H. Bond, C. Jacobi, and J. Schröter. Volume Editor: Helen K. Bond. London: Bloomsbury.

2019. “Gospel of the Savior (P.Oxy. 840). Chapter Thirty-Nine.” Pages 255-263 in The Reception of Jesus in the First Three Centuries. Volume Two: From Thomas to Tertullian. Christian Literary Receptions of Jesus in the Second and Third Centuries CE. Edited by C. Keith, H. Bond, C. Jacobi, and J. Schröter. Volume Editors: Jens Schröter and Christine Jacobi. London: Bloomsbury.

2019. “Gospels in the First and Second Century and the Origin of the ‘Fourfold Gospel’: A Critical Appraisal of Francis Watson’s Gospel Writing. Pages 90-100 in Writing the Gospels. A Dialogue with Francis Watson. Edited by C. Sider Hamilton with J. Willitts. LNTS 606. London: Bloomsbury.

2018. “Memory and Memories in Early Christianity: The Remembered Jesus as a Test Case.” Pages 79-96 in Memory and Memories in Early Christianity. Proceedings of the International Conference held at the Universities of Geneva and Lausanne (June 2–3, 2016). Edited by S. Butticaz and E. Norelli. WUNT 398. Tübingen: Mohr.

2018. “Jesus and Early Christian Identity Formation: Reflections on the Significance of the Jesus Figure in Early Christian Gospels.” Pages 233-255 in Connecting Gospels. Beyond the Canonical/Non-Canonical Divide. Edited by F. Watson and S. Parkhouse. Oxford 2018, 233–255.

2018. “The Composition of ‘2 Esdras.’ Reflections on the Relationship of 4, 5 and 6 Ezra with Special Regard to the Use of Female Imagery”(together with Lillia Milbach). Pages 97-115 in Figures of Ezra. Edited by J. N. Bremmer, V. Hirschberger, and T. Nicklas. Leuven: Peeters.

2018. “The Contribution of Non-Canonical Gospels to the Memory of Jesus: The Gospel of Thomas and the Gospel of Peter as Test Cases.” NTS 64: 435-454.

2018. “Introduction” (together with S. Butticaz and A. Dettwiler. Pages 3-22 in Receptions of Paul in Early Christianity. Edited by J. Schröter, S. Butticaz, and A. Dettwiler. BZNW 234. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

2018. “Lord’s Supper. New Testament.” EBR 16: 1149-1153.

2018. “Memory, Theories of History, and the Reception of Jesus.” JSHJ 16: 85-107.

2017. “The Story of Jesus Christ According to Luke-Acts.” Pages 57-76 in Christ of the Sacred Stories. Edited by P. Dragutinovic et al. WUNT 2/453. Tübingen: Mohr.

2017. “Eucharist.” Pages 128-130 in The Dictionary of the Bible and Ancient Media. Edited by T. Thatcher, C. Keith, R. F. Person Jr., and E. R. Stern. London: Bloomsbury.

2017. “The Figure of Seth in Jewish and Early Christian Writings. Was there a ‘Sethian Gnosticism’?”. Pages 135-148 in The Other Side: Apocryphal Perspectives on Ancient Christian “Orthodoxies”. Edited by T. Nicklas. NTOA 117. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.

2017. “God’s Righteousness and Human Law: A New Testament Perspective on Law and Theology.” Journal of Law and Religion 32/1: 9-16.

2016. “Apocryphal and Canonical Gospels within the Development of the New Testament Canon.” EC 7: 24-46.

2015. “Hearing/Listening. II. New Testament.” EBR 11 (2015), 503-506.

2015. “The Formation of the New Testament Canon and Early Christian Apocrypha”. Pages 167-184 in The Oxford Handbook of Early Christian Apocrypha. Edited by A. Gregory and C. Tuckett. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015.

2014. Jesus of Nazareth – Jew from Galilee, Savior of the World. Translated by Wayne Coppins and Brian Pounds. Waco, TX: Baylor University Press.

2013. From Jesus to the New Testament: Early Christian Theology and the Origin of the New Testament Canon. Translated by Wayne Coppins. Baylor-Mohr Siebeck Studies in Early Christianity. Waco, Tex.: Baylor University Press.

2012. “Trinitarian Belief, Binitarian Monotheism, and the One God: Reflections on the Origin of Christian Faith in Affiliation to Larry Hurtado’s Christological Approach.” Pages 171–94 in Reflections on Early Christian History and Religion—Erwägungen zur frühchristlichen Religionsgeschichte. Edited by C. Breytenbach and J. Frey. AJEC 81. Leiden: Brill.

2012 “Tradition III. New Testament.” Pages 42–43 in RPP 13.

2012 “Paul the Founder of the Church: Reflections on the Reception of Paul in the Acts of the Apostles and the Pastoral Epistles.” Pages 195–219 in Paul and the Heritage of Israel: Paul’s Claim upon Israel’s Legacy in Luke and Acts in the Light of the Pauline Letters. Edited by D. Moessner, D. Marguerat, M. C. Parsons, and M. Wolter. London: T&T Clark.

2012 “Gnosis: Concept, Origin and Context of the ‘Gnostic Movement.’ ” Revista Catalana de Teologia 37: 9-27.

2012 “The Criteria of Authenticity in Jesus Research and Historiographical Method.” Pages 49–70 in Jesus, Criteria, and the Demise of AuthenticityEdited by C. Keith and A. Le Donne. London: T&T Clark.

2010 “Remarks on James D. G. Dunn’s Approach to Jesus Research.” Pages 129–43 in Memories of Jesus: A Critical Appraisal of James D. G. Dunn’s Jesus Remembered. Edited by R. B. Stewart and G. R. Habermas. Nashville: B&H Publishing Group.

2010 “Memory. II. Bible.” Pages 235–36 in RPP 8.

2010 “Logia/Sayings Source/Q.” Pages 581–83 in RPP 7.

2010 “Kingdom of God. III. New Testament.” Pages 188–91 in RPP 7.

2010 “The Gospel of Mark.” Pages 272–95 in The Blackwell Companion to the New Testament. Edited by D. E. Aune. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.

2009 “Jesus of Galilee: The Role of Location in Understanding Jesus.” Pages 36–55 in Jesus Research. An International Perspective. The Proceedings of the Biennial Princeton–Prague Symposium on the Current State of Studies on the Historical JesusEdited by J. H. Charlesworth and P. Pokorný. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans.

2008 “Jesus Tradition in Matthew, James and the Didache: Searching for Characteristic Emphases.” Pages 233–55 in Matthew, James and the Didache: Three Related Documents in Their Jewish and Christian Settings. Edited by H. van de Sandt and J. Zangenberg. Atlanta, Ga.: Society of Biblical Literature.

2008 “The Gospels as Eyewitness Testimony? A Critical Examination of Richard Bauckham’s ‘Jesus and the Eyewitnesses.’ ” JSNT 31: 195–209.

2006 “New Horizons in Historical Jesus Research? Hermeneutical Considerations Concerning the So-Called ‘Third Quest’ of the Historical Jesus.” Pages 71–85 in The New Testament Interpreted. Essays in Honour of Bernard C. Lategan. Edited by C. Breytenbach, J. C. Thom, and J. Punt. NovTSup. Leiden: Brill.

2006 “Jesus and the Canon: The Early Jesus Traditions in the Context of the Origins of the New Testament Canon.” Pages 104–22, 222–28 in Performing the Gospel. Orality, Memory, and Mark. Essays Dedicated to Werner Kelber. Edited by R. A. Horsley, J. A. Draper, and J. M. Foley. Minneapolis, Minn.: Augsburg Press.

2001 “The Son of Man as the Representative of God’s Kingdom: On the Interpretation of Jesus in Mark and Q.” Pages 34–68 in Jesus, Mark and Q. The Teaching of Jesus and Its Early Records. Edited by A. Schmidt and M. Labahn. JSNTSup 214. Sheffield: Sheffield.

1996 “The Historical Jesus and the Sayings Tradition: Comments on Current Research.” Neotestamentica 30: 151–67.

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