Michael Labahn, English Publications

2006. “Fishing For Meaning. The Miraculous Catch of Fish in John 21.” Pages 125-145 in Wonders Never Cease: The Purpose of Narrating Miracle Stories in the New Testament and Its Religious Environment. Edited by M. Labahn and B. J. Lietaert Peerbolte. LNTS 288 = ESCO. London: Black.

2004. “‘Boldly and Without Hindrance He Preached the Kingdom of God and Taught about the Lord Jesus Christ’ (Acts 28.31). Paul’s Public Proclamation in Rome as the Finale of a Shipwreck.” Pages 56-76 in Christians as a Religious Minority in a Multicultural City. Modes of Interaction and Identity Formation in Early Imperial Rome. Edited by J. Zangenberg and M. Labahn. JSNTS 243 = ESCO. London: Black.

2004. “The Significance of Signs in Luke 7:22–23 in the Light of Isaiah 61 and the Messianic Apocalypse.” Pages 146-168 in From Prophecy to Testament. The Function of the Old Testament in the New. Edited by C.A. Evans. Peabody: Baker Academic.

2004. “The Psalms in Q.” Pages 47-60 in The Psalms in the New Testament. Edited by S. Moyise and M.J.J. Menken. London: T&T Clark.

2001. “Introduction.” Pages 70-79 in Jesus, Mark and Q: The Teaching of Jesus and its Earliest Records. Edited by M. Labahn, and A. Schmidt. JSNTS 214. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press (2nd Edition = T&T Clark 2004).

2000. “Controversial Revelation in Deed and Word. The Feeding of the Five Thousand and Jesus’ Crossing of the Sea as a Prelude’ to the Johannine Bread of Live Discourse.” Irish Biblical Studies 22.4: 146–181.

1999. “Between Tradition and Literary Art: The Miracle Tradition in the Fourth Gospel.” Biblica 80: 178–203.