Matthias Konradt’s English Publications

2022. Christology, Torah, and Ethics in the Gospel of Matthew. Translated by Wayne Coppins. Edited by Wayne Coppins and Simon Gathercole. BMSEC 10. Waco: Baylor University Press.

2021. “Matthew within or outside of Judaism? From the ‘Parting of the Ways’ Model to a Multifaceted Approach.” Pages 121– 150 in Jews and Christians – Parting Ways in the First Two Centuries CE? Reflections on the Gains and Losses of a Model. Edited by  J. Schröter et. al. BZNW 253. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

2021. “Following Jesus and Fulfilling the Law. Considerations on the Ethical Conception of the Gospel of Matthew.” Pages 275–294 in The Gospel of Matthew in its Historical and Theological Context. Papers from the International Conference in Moscow, September 24 to 28, 2018. Edited by Mikhail Seleznev, William R. G. Loader, and Karl-Wilhelm Niebuhr. WUNT 459. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck.

2020. “Gospel of Matthew.” Pages 107–138 in The Reception of Jesus in the First Three Centuries. Vol. 1: From Paul to Josephus: Literary Receptions of Jesus in the First Century CE. Edited by H. Bond. London: Bloomsbury.  

2020. “The Role of the Crowds in the Gospel of Matthew.” Pages 213–231 in Matthew within Judaism. Edited by Anders Runesson and Daniel M. Gurtner. Atlanta: SBL Press. 

2020. The Gospel according to Matthew. A Commentary. Translated by M. Eugene Boring. Waco: Baylor University Press.

2020. “The Love Commandment in the Authentic Pauline Letters and Ephesians 5:2: An Intertextual Study in the Development of Agape Ethics in the Pauline Corpus.” Pages 214–235 in “To Recover What Has Been Lost”: Essays on Eschatology, Intertextuality, and Reception History in Honor of Dale C. Allison Jr. Edited by Tucker Ferda et al. NT.S 183. Leiden: Brill. 

2018. “Sola scriptura and Historical Critical Exegesis.” Pages 387-397 in Multiple Reformations? Edited by Jan Stievermann and Randall C. Zachman. Colloquia historica et theological 4. Tübingen: 2018, 387–397

2015. “The Golden Rule.” In Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Law. Edited by B. Strawn. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2014. Israel, Church, and the Gentiles in the Gospel of Matthew. Translated by Kathleen Ess. Baylor-Mohr Siebeck Studies in Early Christianity 2. Waco, Tex.: Baylor University Press.

2014. “Excommunication.” Pages 367-369 in Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception. Vol. 8. Boston: DeGruyter.

2014. “Faith. II. New Testament.” Pages 691-701 in Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception. Vol. 8. Boston: DeGruyter.

2013. “Law, Salvation and Christian Identity in Paul and Matthew”. Pages 181-204 in Concepts of Law in the Sciences, Legal Studies, and Theology. Edited by M. Welker and G. Etzelmüller. Tübingen: Mohr.

2010. ““Whoever humbles himself like this child …”. The Ethical Instruction in Matthew’s Community Discourse (Matt 18) and its Narrative Setting.” Pages 105-38 in Moral Language in the New Testament. The Interrelatedness of Language and Ethics in Early Christian Writings. Vol. 296. Edited by J. van der Watt and R. Zimmermann. WUNT II. Tübingen: Mohr.

2009. “The Historical Context of the Letter of James in Light of Its Traditio-Historical Relations with First Peter.” Pages 101-125 and 403-425 in The Catholic Epistles and Apostolic Tradition. Edited by K.-W. Niebuhr and R.W. Wall. Waco: Baylor University Press.

2008. “The Love Command in Matthew, James, and the Didache.” Pages 271-88 in Matthew, James and the Didache. Three Related Documents in their Jewish and Christian Settings. Edited by H. van de Sandt and J. K. Zangenberg. SBL Symposium Series 45. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature.

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