Vol 2, No 2 (2012)

Special Issue: Revisiting the "Judeo-Christian" Tradition

Guest editors: Benjamin E. Sax and Matthew Gabriele

Table of Contents

Articles

Introduction: State of the Question
Benjamin Sax, Matthew Gabriele
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245-51
Jason von Ehrenkrook
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253-63
Jeremy M. Schott
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265-80
Matthew Gabriele
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281-90
K. Healan Gaston
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291-304
Heather Miller Rubens
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305-18
Benjamin E. Sax
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319-31
Tristan Sturm
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333-41
Brian Britt
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343-52

Essay

On Diversity, Competence and Coherence in New Testament Studies: A Modest Response to Crossley's "Immodest Proposal"
Larry W. Hurtado
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353-64

Book Reviews

Book Reviews
Deane Galbraith
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365-414
Mission und Forschung: Translokale Wissensproduktion zwischen Indien und Europa im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert, edited by Heike Liebau, Andreas Nehring, and Brigitte Klosterberg
Will Sweetman
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367-73
Dialogics of Self, the Mahabharata, and Culture: The History of Understanding and Understanding of History, by Lakshmi Bandlamudi
Simon Brodbeck
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373-78
Six Minor Prophets Through the Centuries: Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi, by Richard Coggins and Jin H.Han
Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer
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378-84
Zeal for Zion: Christians, Jews and the Idea of the Promised Land, by Shalom L.Goldman
Crawford Gribben
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384-86
Rewritten Biblical Figures, edited by Erkki Koskenniemi and Pekka Lindqvist
Jeremiah W. Cataldo
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386-89
The Joy of Kierkegaard: Essays on Kierkegaard as a Biblical Reader, by Hugh Pyper
David Tollerton
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390-91
Holy Terror: Understanding Religion and Violence in Popular Culture, edited by Eric Christianson and Christopher Partridge
Eric Repphun
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392-400
Screening the Afterlife: Theology, Eschatology and Film, edited by Christopher Deacy
Michael J. Gilmour
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400-402
Bitter Scrolls: Sexist Poison in the Canon, by Peter Heinegg
Karen Langton
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403-6
Religious Perspectives in Modern Muslim and Jewish Literatures, edited by Glenda Abramson and Hilary Kilpatrick
Katharina Völker
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406-14