My Publications

Book (self-authored)

2009. Coppins, Wayne. The Interpretation of Freedom in the Letters of Paul: With Special Reference to the ‘German’ Tradition. WUNT II/261. Tübingen: Mohr (Reviews; Mohr Siebeck PageFreedom Publications).

Books (edited and/or translated)

Forthcoming 2107. Wolter, Michael. The Gospel According to Luke – Volume II (9:51-24:53). Edited and introduced by Wayne Coppins and Simon Gathercole. Translated by Wayne Coppins and Christoph Heilig. Baylor-Mohr Siebeck Studies in Early Christianity 4/2. Waco, Tex.: Baylor University Press (Reviews; Front Matter; BUP Page).

2016. Wolter, Michael. The Gospel According to Luke – Volume I (1-9:50). Edited and introduced by Wayne Coppins and Simon Gathercole. Translated by Wayne Coppins and Christoph Heilig. Baylor-Mohr Siebeck Studies in Early Christianity 4/1. Waco, Tex.: Baylor University Press (Reviews; Front Matter; BUP Page).

2015. Markschies, Christoph. Christian Theology and its Institutions in the Early Roman Empire: Prolegomena to a History of Early Christian Theology. Edited and introduced by Wayne Coppins and Simon Gathercole. Translated by Wayne Coppins. Baylor-Mohr Siebeck Studies in Early Christianity 3. Waco, Tex.: Baylor University Press (Reviews; Front MatterBUP Page)

2014. Konradt, Matthias. Israel, Church, and the Gentiles in the Gospel of Matthew, by Matthias Konradt. Edited and introduced by Wayne Coppins and Simon Gathercole. Translated by Kathleen Ess. Baylor-Mohr Siebeck Studies in Early Christianity. Waco, Tex.: Baylor University Press (Reviews; Front MatterBUP Page)

2014. Schröter, Jens. Jesus of Nazareth: Jew from Galilee, Savior of the World. Translated and introduced by Wayne Coppins and Brian Pounds. Waco, Tex.: Baylor University Press. (Reviews; Front MatterBUP Page)

2013. Schröter, Jens. From Jesus to the New Testament: Early Christian Theology and the Origin of the New Testament Canon. Edited and introduced by Wayne Coppins and Simon Gathercole. Translated by Wayne Coppins. Baylor-Mohr Siebeck Studies in Early Christianity. Waco, Tex.: Baylor University Press. (ReviewsFront MatterBUP Page)

Articles (self-authored)

2014. Coppins, Wayne. “Freedom.” Pages 313-318 in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Bible and Ethics. Vol I. Edited by Robert L. Brawley. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014.

2014. Coppins, Wayne. “Freedom. New Testament.” Pages 675-677 in vol. 9 of Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception. Edited by D. C. Allison, Jr., C. Helmer, C.-L. Seow, H. Spieckermann, B. D. Walfish, and E. Ziolkowski. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

2012. Coppins, Wayne. “Sitting on Two Asses?: Second Thoughts on the Two-Animal Interpretation of Matthew 21:7.” Tyndale Bulletin 63: 275-290 (Link or Link)

2011. Coppins, Wayne. “Paul’s Juxtaposition of Freedom and Positive Servitude in 1 Corinthians 9:19 and Its Reception by Martin Luther and Gerhard Ebeling.” Lutherjahrbuch 78: 277-298 (Link).

2011. Coppins, Wayne. “To Eat or Not to Eat Meat: Conversion, Bodily Practice, and the Relationship between Formal Worship and Everyday Life in the Anthropology of Religion and 1 Corinthians 8:7.” Biblical Theology Bulletin 41: 84-91 (Link).

2011. Coppins, Wayne. “Using Small Groups, Prepared Questions, and Key Terms.” Teaching Theology and Religion 14: 21 (Link).

2010. Coppins, Wayne. “Doing Justice to the Two Perspectives of 1 Corinthians 15:1-11.”Neotestamentica 44: 282-291 (Link).

Articles and Book Chapters (translated)

Forthcoming. Wischmeyer, Oda. “Paul – a homo novus? Adolf Deissmann’s Interpretation of Paul Revisited.” Translated by Wayne Coppins. Pages xxx in Homines novi. Edited by Eve-Marie Becker. xxx

Forthcoming. Stuhlmacher, Peter. “Reconciled Diversity.” Translated by Wayne Coppins. Pages xxx in xxx. Edited by Todd Wilson and Paul House. WUNT II/xxx. Tübingen. Mohr Siebeck.

2012. Hengel, Martin. “A Young Theological Discipline in Crisis.” Translated by Wayne Coppins. Pages 459-471 in Earliest Christian History: History, Literature, and Theology: Essays from the Tyndale Fellowship in Honour of Martin Hengel. Edited by Michael Bird and Jason Maston. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck.

2012. Hengel, Martin. “Paul and the Torah.” Translated by Wayne Coppins. Pages 625-634 in Earliest Christian History: History, Literature, and Theology: Essays from the Tyndale Fellowship in Honour of Martin Hengel. Edited by Michael Bird and Jason Maston. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck.

2007. Deines, Roland. “Martin Hengel: A Life in the Service of Christology.” Translated by Wayne Coppins and Simeon Zahl. Tyndale Bulletin 58 (2007): 25-42. (Roland Deines has now produced an expanded version of this article in Earliest Christian History: History, Literature, and Theology: Essays from the Tyndale Fellowship in Honour of Martin Hengel. Edited by Michael Bird and Jason Maston. Tübingen: Mohr, 2012).

2005. Hengel, Martin. “Eye-Witness Memory and the Writing of the Gospels.” Translated by Wayne Coppins. Pages 70-96 in The Written Gospel. Edited by M.  Bockmuehl and D.A. Hagner. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Reviews

2011. Coppins, Wayne. Review of Ernst Käsemann, On Being a Disciple of the Crucified NazareneIn Review of Biblical Literature (Link).

2011. Coppins, Wayne. Review of Gerd Theissen, Erleben und Verhalten der ersten Christen: Eine Psychologie des Urchristentums. In Review of Biblical Literature (Link).

2010. Coppins, Wayne. Review of Jochen Flebbe, Solus Deus. Untersuchungen zur Rede von Gott im Brief des Paulus an die Römer. In Review of Biblical Literature (Link).

Creative contributions other than formal publications

2011. Coppins, Wayne. “A Roadmap for Aspiring New Testament Scholars.” CTL Lilly Teaching Fellows project, Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Georgia (Link)

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