In preparation: Israel/Church/Community. Library of Biblical Theology. Nashville, TN: Abingdon. [check]
In preparation: The People of God. New Testament Ecclesiology Within Its Jewish Context With Special Emphasis on the Apostle Paul’s Letters. [check]
Forthcoming. “People of God.” Pages xxx in Dictionary of Theological Themes of the Bible. Edited by R. Penna u.a. Milan: xxx [check]
2011. Wolfgang Kraus and Martin Kraus. “On Eschatology in 1 Corinthians.” Pages 197-224 in (Eschatology of the New Testament and Some Related Documents. Edited by Jan van der Watt. WUNT II/315. Tübingen: Mohr.
2010. “The Role of the Septuagint in the New Testament: Am 9:11-12 as Test Case.” Pages 171-190 in “Translation Is Required”: The Septuagint in Restrospect and Prospect. Edited by Rob Hiebert. SBL.SCS 56. Atlanta, GA: SBL.
2010. “Septuaginta Deutsch (LXX.D). The Value of a German Translation of the Septuagint.” Pages 243-248 in “Translation Is Required”: The Septuagint in Restrospect and Prospect. Edited by Rob Hiebert. SBL.SCS 56. Atlanta, GA: SBL.
2010. Ernst Käsemann. On Being a Disciple of the Crucified Nazarene. Unpublished Lectures and Sermons. Edited by Rudolf Landau with the collaboration of Wolfgang Kraus. Translated by Roy Harrisville. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans (Wayne Coppins RBL Review).
2008. “Hebrews 3:7 – 4:11 as a Midrash on Psalm 94 LXX.” Pages 275-290 in Florilegium Lovaniense. Studies in Septuagint and Textual Criticism in Honour of Florentino Garcia Martinez. Edited by H. Ausloos, B. Lemmelijn and M. Vervenne. BEThL 224. Leuven: Peeters.
2006. Wolfgang Kraus and R. Glenn Wooden. “Contemporary ‘Septuagint’ Research. Issues and Challenges in the Study of the Greek Jewish Scriptures.” Pages 1-13 in Contemporary Septuagint Research: Issues and Challenges in the Study of the Greek Jewish Scriptures. Edited by W. Kraus and G. Wooden. SBL.SCSt 53. Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press.
2006. “Contemporary Translations of the Septuagint: Problems and Perspectives.” Pages 63-84 in Contemporary Septuagint Research. Issues and Challenges in the Study of the Greek Jewish Scriptures. Edited by W. Kraus and G. Wooden. SBL.SCSt 53. Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press.
2006. “What do we want the other to teach about the recent history of Protestant-Jewish Dialogue?” Pages 209-230 in What do we Want the Other to Teach About Us?: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Dialogues. Edited by David L. Coppola. Fairfield, CT: Sacred Heart University Press.
2003. “Antijudaism – A Problem for New Testament Theology: An Exegetical, Historical Perspective.” Pages 69-85 in Lutheran World Federation Documentation 48: A Shift in JewishLutheran Relations? Geneva.
Equivalent articles in RPP to the following RGG4 articles:
Mose.II. Neues Testament, RGG 4.Aufl. Bd. 5, Tübingen 2002, 1538-1539.
Opfer.II.5. Neues Testament und frühes Christentum, RGG 4. Aufl. Bd. 6, Tübingen 2003, 580-583.