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New Testament Studies 59, no. 1

New Testament Studies

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In addition to John Barclay’s tribute to Friedrich Avemarie, the latest issue of New Testament Studies includes:

  • Kelly R. Iverson, “Incongruity, Humor, and Mark: Performance and the Use of Laughter in the Second Gospel (Mark 8.14–21)”
  • Izaak J. de Hulster, “The Two Angels in John 20.12: An Egyptian Icon of Resurrection”
  • Isaac W. Oliver, “Simon Peter Meets Simon the Tanner: The Ritual Insignificance of Tanning in Ancient Judaism”
  • Andrzej Gieniusz, “‘Debtors to the Spirit’ in Romans 8.12?: Reasons for the Silence”
  • L. L. Welborn, “‘That There May Be Equality’: The Contexts and Consequences of a Pauline Ideal”
  • Sigurd Grindheim, “Not Salvation History, but Salvation Territory: The Main Subject Matter of Galatians”
  • Andreas Dettwiler, “La lettre aux Colossiens: une théologie de la mémoire”
  • Régis Burnet, “Pour une Wirkungsgeschichtedes lieux: l’exemple d’Haceldama”
  • Gyula Vattamány, “Kann das Salz verderben? Philologische Erwägungen zum Salz-Gleichnis Jesu”
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