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A Law unto Themselves: The Gentiles in Romans 2.14-15 Revisited
This article challenges the prevailing consensus that Rom. 2.14-15 refers to non-Christian Gentiles, whom Paul introduces into his argument to show that they too have knowledge of a law withinExpand
The Composition of the Gospel of Thomas: Original Language and Influences
Introduction Part I. The Original Language of Thomas: 1. The problem of the original language of Thomas 2. Methodological problems with Semitic theories 3. Arguments against Semitisms 4. PositiveExpand
Early Christianity
“The journal is concerned with early Christianity as a historical phenomenon. Uncontroversial though that may sound, its editors share a quite specific understanding of this broad field of research.Expand
Christians According to Second-Century Philosophers
Who are the true philosophers? Who are the atheoi, the atheists? Who are guilty of superstitio, or its near if not exact equivalent, deisidaimonia?Who are guided by the true logos? These are some ofExpand
Early Jewish and Christian monotheism
Introduction: Loren Stuckenbruck and Wendy Sproston North Part 1 The Religious World of the New Testament 1. Jewish and Christian Monotheism in the Herodian Age: William Horbury 2. 'Angels' andExpand
Where is Boasting?: Early Jewish Soteriology and Paul's Response in Romans 1–5
Where Is Boasting? Early Jewish Soteriology and Paul's Response in Romans 1-5, by Simon J. Gathercole. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2002. Pp. xii + 311. $32.00 (paper). ISBN 0802839916. In this recentExpand
The Book of Tobit: Texts from the Principal Ancient and Medieval Traditions. With Synopsis, Concordances, and Annotated Texts in Aramaic, Hebrew, Greek, Latin, and Syriac
The relationships between the many different versions of Tobit present a famous and important problem for text-critics and historians of Judaism; however, study of the subject has been hindered byExpand
The Gospel of Jesus' Wife: Constructing a Context*
It has been proposed that references to Jesus' relationship to Mary Magdalene in the Gospel of Philip represent a possible context for an early gospel fragment in which Jesus refers to her as ‘MyExpand