Raymond J. Jirran, Ph.D.

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001A  5        Isaiah 2:1-5                        Isa 2:4                    62 (2000) #4 670

Adrian M. Leske, "Context and Meaning of Zechariah 9:9

 

                                                              Isaiah 2                   64 (2002) #1 41.

Brian Britt, "Prophetic Concealment in a Biblical Type Scene

 

                                                              Isaiah 2                   55 (1993) #1 16.

Richard J. Clifford, S.J., "The Unity of the Book of Isaiah and Its Cosmogonic Language

 

                                                              Isaiah 2—3             64 (2002) # 4 653, 671, 672.

Paul R. Raabe, "The Particularizing of Universal Judgment in Prophetic Discourse

 

                                                              Isaiah 2:1-4

Richard Clifford, S.J. and Khaled Anatolois, "Christian Salvation: Biblical and Theological Perspectives,"

Theological Studies, Vol. 66, No. 4 (December 2005) 747, 763.

 

                                                              Isaiah 2:1-4             68 (2006) #2 284.

Charles H. Cosgrove, "Did Paul Value Ethnicity?"

 

                                                              Isaiah 2:2-4             69 (2007) #3 555.

Marvin A. Sweeney, review of Stefan Ark Nitsche, Ein dramatischer Text: Die Frage nach den Genres prophetischer Literatur des Alten Testaments und die Textgraphik der grossen Jesajarolle aus Qumran

 

                                                              Isaiah 2:2-4             70 (2008) #2 249.

Matthew J. Lynch, "Zion's Warrior and the Nations: Isaiah 59:15-b—63:6 in Isaiah's Zion Traditions"

 

                                                              Isa 2:2                     72 (2010) #1 127.

John T. Willis, review of Paul L. Redditt, Introduction to the Prophets

 

                                                              Isaiah 2:2-4             73 (2011) #1 119.

H. G. M. Williamson, review of Rodrigo Franklin De Sousa, Eschatology and Messianism in LXX  Isaiah 1—12

 

                                                              Isaiah 2:2-4             73 (2011) #3 601.

Michael B. Shepherd, review of Winfried Vogel, The Cultic Motif in the Book of Daniel

 

                                                              Isaiah 2:2-5             75 (2013) #2 383.

Erik M. Heen, review of James P. Ware, Paul and the Mission of the Church:  Philippians in Ancient Jewish Context

 

                                                              Isaiah 2:2-3             75 (2013) #4 791.

Martin C. Albl, review of Simon David Butticaz, L’identité de l’église dans les Acts des Apôtres:  De la restauration d’Israël à la conquête universelle

 

                                                              Isaiah 2:4                78 (2016) #1 132.

H. G. M. Williamson, review of Andrew T. Abernethy, Eating in Isaiah:  Approaching the Role of Food and Drink in Isaiah’s Structure and Message

 

          6        Psalm 122:1-2, 3-4, 4-5, 6-7, 8-9        Psalm 122:5            67 (2005) #2 237.

Melody D. Knowles, "The Flexible Rhetoric of Retelling: The Choice of David in the Texts of the Psalms"

 

                                                              Psalm 122:5            75 (2013) #2 247, 250.

Gianni Barbiero, “Psalm 132:  A Prayer of `Solomon’”

 

          7        Romans 13:11-14              Rom 13:14              63 (2001) #1 21

Charles H. Talbert, "Paul, Judaism, and the Revisionists       

 

                                                              Rom 13:11-14         62 (2000) #1 67 ff.

Robert A. J. Gagnon, "Why the `"Weak" at Rome Cannot Be Non-Christian Jews

 

                                                              Rom 13:14              68 (2006) #1 147, 148.

Robert H. Gundry, review of Jung Hoon Kim, The Significance of Clothing Imagery in the Pauline Corpus

 

                                                              Rom 13:11-14         70 (2008) #2 394.

K. K. (Khiok-khng) Yeo, review of S. Sobanaraj, Diversity in Paul's Eschatology: Paul's View on the Parousia and Bodily Resurrection

 

                                                              Rom 13:1                71 (2009) #3 648.

Yung Suk Kim, review of Sion Kim, Christ and Caesar: The Gospel and the Roman Empire in the Writings of Paul and Luke

 

                                                              Rom 13:14

William F. Murphy Jr., “Revisiting Contraception:  An Integrated Approach in Light of the Renewal of Thomistic Virtue Ethics”

Theological Studies, Vol. 72, No. 4 (December 2011) 827.

 

                                                              Romans 13:14

David G. Schultenover, S.J., review of Roger Haight, Christian Spirituality for Seekers:  Reflections on the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius Loyola

Theological Studies, Vol. 74, No. 4 (December 2013) 1032.

 

                                                              Rom 13:11-14         76 (2014) #4 701.

Robert L. Foster, “The Justice of the Gentiles:  Revisiting the Purpose of Romans”

 

                                                              Rom 13:12              78 (2016) #1 518.

Troy W. Martin, “Tasting te Eucharistic Lord as Usable (1 Peter 2:3)”

 

          8        cf. Psalm 85:8        

 

          9        Matthew 24:37-44              Matt. 24:34              51 (1989) #1 4

Bruce J. Malina, "Christ and Time: Swiss or Mediterranean?

 

                                                              Matt 24:32-34          63 (2001) #2 234.

Randall E. Otto, "The Prophets and Their Perspective

 

                                                              Matt 24:40               59 (1997) #3 472.

Robert H. Gundry, "Mark 10:29: Order in the List

 

                                                              Matt 24:3—25:46          44(1982) #1 71

Francis D. Weinert, "Luke, the Temple and Jesus' Saying about Jerusalem's Abandoned House (Luke 13:34-35)

 

                                                              Matt 24:32—25:46      53 (1991) #1 55.

Craig L. Blomberg, "Interpreting the Parables of Jesus: Where Are We and Where Do We Go from Here?"

 

                                                              Matt 24:40-42         

John E. Thiel, "Time, Judgment, and Competitive Spirituality: A Reading of the Development of the Doctrine of Purgatory"

Theological Studies, Vol. 69, No. 4 (December 2008) 749.

 

                                                              Matt 24:37               72 (2010) #3 620.

John G. Lodge, review of Robert W. Yarbrough, 1—3 John

 

                                                              Matt 24:42               74 (2012) #1 97.

Brian J. Wright, “Greek Syntax as a Criterion of Authenticity:  A New Discussion and Proposal”

 

                                                              Matt 22:37

Michael G. Lawler and Todd A. Salzman, “Virtue Ethics:  Natural and Christian”

Theological Studies, Vol. 74, No. 2 (June 2013) 465.

 

                                                              Matt 24:39               75 (2013) #4 725.

Francis J. Moloney, S.D.B., “Constructing Jesus and the Son of Man”

 

                                                              Matt 24:37               76 (2014) #1 88.

Nathan Eubank, “Storing Up Treasure with God in the Heavens:  Celestial Investments in Matthew 6:121”

 

                                                              Matt 24:43               78 (2016) #1 124.

Nicholas R. Werse, “Second Temple Jewish Literary Traditions in 2 Peter”

 

                                                              Matt 24:43-44

Richard W. Miller, “Deep Responsibility for the Deep Future”

Theological Studies, Vol. 77, No. 2 (June 2016) 449.

 

                                                              Matt 24:43-44          79 (2017) #1, 146.

Daniel K. Darko, review of Yongbom Lee, Paul, Scribe of Old and new:  Intertextual Insights for the Jesus-Paul Debate

 

002B  10       Isaiah 63:16b-17, 19b; 64:2-7        Isaiah 63:7—64:8    68 (2006) #1 69.

John Paul Heil, "Jesus with the Wild Animals in Mark 1:13"

 

                                                              Isaiah 63:7-64:11     68 (2006) #3 397-407.

Paul Niskanen, "Yhwh as Father, Redeemer, and Potter in Isaiah 63:7-6411"

 

                                                              Isaiah 63:7—64:11     69 (2007) #4 804.

William H. Irwin, C.S.B., review of Burkard M. Zapff, Jesaia 56—66

 

                                                              Isaiah 63:17            70 (2008) #2 253.

Matthew J. Lynch, "Zion's Warrior and the Nations: Isaiah 59:15b—63:6 in Isaiah's Zion Traditions"

 

                                                              Isaiah 64:1-4           70 (2008) #2 259.

Matthew J. Lynch, "Zion's Warrior and the Nations: Isaiah 59:15b—63:6 in Isaiah's Zion Traditions"

 

                                                              Isaiah 63:185-19a    71 (2009) #1 47-53, 61.

Richard J. Bautch, “An Appraisal of Abraham’s Role in Postexilic Covenants”

 

                                                              Isaiah 64:10-11       72 (2010) #3 450, 452-454, 457, 459, 461.

Michael J. Chan, “Isaiah 65—66 and the Genesis of Reorienting Speech”

 

                                                              Isaiah 64:2              71 (2009) #2 472.

Emil A. Wcela, “What is Catholic about a Catholic Translation of the Bible?”

 

                                                              Isaiah 63:17            73 (2011) #1 124.

Reed Lessing, review of Bo H. Lim, The “Way of the Lord” in the Book of Isaiah

 

                                                              Isaiah 63:17            74 (2012) #2 363.

Timothy J. Johnson, review of Torsten Uhlig, The Theme of Hardening in the Book of Isaiah:  An Analysis of Communicative Action

 

 

 

          11       Psalm 80:2-3, 15-16, 18-19       Psalm 80:16b          65 (2003) #1, 80.

Brendan Byrne, S.J., "Jesus as Messiah in the Gospel of Luke: Discerning a Pattern of Correction”

 

                                                              Psalm 80                67 (2005) #2 250-264.

Richard Whitekettle, "Bugs, Bunny, or Boar? Identifying the Ziz Animals of Psalms 50 and 80"

 

                                                              Psalm 80:18-20       39 (1977) #1 2, 15.

Alexander A. Di Lella, O.F.M., "One in Human Likeness and the Holy Ones of the Most High in Daniel 7*"

 

                                                              Psalm 80:16            75 (2013) #2 340.

Federico Giuntoli, review of Fabrizio Ficco, “Mio figlio sei tu” (Sal 2,7):  La relazione padre-figlio e il Salterio

 

                                                              Psalm 80:18            77 (2015) #4 749.

Davida Charney, review of Andrew Streett, The Vine and Son of Man:  Eschatological Interpretation of Psalm 80 in Early Judaism

 

          12       1 Corinthians 1:3-9            1 Corinthians           65 (2003)  #3 480-481.

Jeffrey R. Asher, review of Karl Olav Sandnes, Belly and Body in the Pauline Epistles

 

                                                              1 Cor 1:8                 65 (2003) #4 564

Joseph Plevnik S.J., The Understanding of God at the Basis of Pauline Theology

 

                                                              1 Cor 1—4              47 (1985) #1 85-102.

Benjamin Fiore, S.J., "`Covert Allusion" in 1 Corinthians 1—4

 

                                                              1 Cor 1:1-11            69 (2007) #1 85, 87.

“William O. Walker, Jr., “1 Corinthians 15:29-34 as a Non-Pauline Interpolation”

 

                                                              1 Cor 1:6                 69 (2007) #2 300.

Basil S. Davis, "Severianus of Gabala and Galatians 6:6-10"

 

                                                              1 Cor 2:1-5              70 (2008) #3 626.

Richard J. Dillon, review of Tor Vegge, Paulua und das antike Schulwesen: Schule und Bildung des Paulus

 

                                                              1 Cor 1:8

Alan C. Mitchell, review of Chris VanLandingham, Judgment and Justification in Early Judaism and the Apostle Paul, Theological Studies, Vol. 69, No. 3(September 2008) 683.

 

                                                              1 Cor 1:9

Thomas P. Rausch, S.J., “Occasional Eucharistic Hospitality:  Revisiting the Question”

Theological Studies, Vol. 74, No. 2 (June 2013) 406.

 

                                                              1 Cor 1:5                 78 (2016) #2 311.

Joshua A. Noble, “`Rich toward God’:  Making Sense of Luke 12:21”

 

                                                              1 Cor 1:5                 79 (2017) #1, 332.

Henry Ansgar Kelly, review of Derek R. Brown, The God of This Age:  Satan in the Churches and Letters of the Apostle Paul

 

          12       Psalm 85:8                         Psalm 85:13            64 (2002) #3 475.

Sue Gillingham, “From Liturgy to Prophecy: The Use of Psalmody in Second Temple Judaism”

 

          13       Mark 13:33-37                   Mark 13                  62 (2000) #1 56

David Seeley, “Jesus' Temple Act Revisited: A Response to P.M. Casey”

 

                                                              Mark 13                  59 (1997) #2 308

P. M. Casey, “Culture and Historicity: The Cleansing of the Temple”

 

                                                              Mark 13:35              59 (1997) #3 466, 468.

Robert H. Gundry, “Mark 10:29: Order in the List”

 

                                                              Mark 13                 66 (2004) #4 660

Frank J. Matera, review of Elliot C. Maloney, O.S.B., Jesus’ Urgent Message for Today: The Kingdom of God in Mark’s Gospel

 

                                                              Mark 13:28-37         70 (2008) #1 174, 175.

Elliott C. Maloney, O.S.B., review of Salvador Villota Herrero, Palabras sin ocaso: Función interpretiva de Mc 13,28-37 en el discursó escatológica de Marcos

 

                                                              Mark 13:3-37           71 (2009) #1 81.

C. Clifton Black, “Mark as Historian of God’s Kingdom,”

 

                                                              Mark 13:37              71 (2009) #3 639.

Elizabeth Struthers Malbon, review of Brendan Byrne, S.J., A Costly Freedom: A Theological Reading of Mark’s Gospel

 

                                                              Mark 12:35-37         73 (2011) #3 608.

Steven R. Johnson, review of Michael F. Bird, Are You the One Who Is to Come?  The Historical  Jesus and the Messianic Question

 

                                                              Mark 13:34-37 parr. 74 (2012) #3 534.

John P. Meier, “Is Luke’s Version of the Parable of the Rich Fool Reflected in the Coptic Gospel of Thomas?”

 

                                                              Mark 13:35              74 (2012) #1 97.

Brian J. Wright, “Greek Syntax as a Criterion of Authenticity:  A New Discussion and Proposal”

 

                                                              Mark 13:36

Richard W. Miller, “Deep Responsibility for the Deep Future”

Theological Studies, Vol. 77, No. 2 (June 2016) 449, 453.

 

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03C    14       Jeremiah 33:14-16             Jer 33:15                 62 (2000) #4 665

Adrian M. Leske, Context and Meaning of Zechariah 9:9

 

                                                              Jer 33:16                 66 (2004) #1 74.

William A. Holladay, Elusive Deuteronomists, Jeremiah, and Proto-Deuteronomy

 

                                                              Jer 33:14-18            73 (2011) #1 135.

Katherine M. Hayes, review of Anthony R. Petterson, Behold Your King: The Hope for the House of David in the Book of Zechariah

 

                                                              Jer 33:14-26            73 (2011) #3 498.

Joseph Blenkinsopp, “The Cosmological and Protological Language of Deutero-Isaiah”

 

                                                              Jer 33:15                 75 (2013) #2 255.

Gianni Barbiero, “Psalm 132:  A Prayer of `Solomon’”

 

          14-5    Psalm 25:4-5, 8-9, 10, 14      Psalm 25                 62 (2000) #3 443

Hanan Eshel and John Strugnell, Alphabetical Acrostics in Pre-Tannaitic Hebrew

 

                                                              Psalm 25:10            64 (2002) #2 291

Vincent M. Smiles, The Concept of "Zeal" in Second-Temple Judaism and Paul's Critique of It in Romans 10:2

 

                                                              Psalm 25                 66 (2004) # 4 537

Lawrence Boadt, C.S.P., The Use of "Panels" in the Structure of Psalms 73—78

 

                                                              Psalm 25                 68 (2006) #1 33, 34.

Anthony R. Ceresko, O.S.F.S., "Endings and Beginnings: Alphabetic Thinking and the Shaping of Psalms 106 and 150"

 

          15       1 Thessalonians 3:12-4:2      1 Thess 2:17—3:13    68 (2006) #3 485, 487.

Lee A. Johnson, "Paul's Epistolary Presence in Corinth: A New Look at Robert W. Funk's Apostolic Parousia"

 

                                                              1 Thess 3:13

Alan C. Mitchell, review of Chris VanLandingham, Judgment and Justification in Early Judaism and the Apostle Paul

Theological Studies, Vol. 69, No. 3(September 2008) 683.

 

                                                              1 Thess 3:13           77 (2015) #1 114.

Matthew W. Bates, “A Christology of Incarnation and Enthronement:  Romans 1:3-4 as Unified, Nonadoptionist, and Nonconciliatory”

 

          16       Psalm 85:8   

 

          17       Luke 21:25-28, 34-36         Luke 21:27

Paul Lawrence, The IVP Atlas of Bible History

(Downers Grove, Illinois,  Inter     Varsity Press, 2006) 169

 

                                                              Luke 21:34

Dino Dozzi, "`Thus Says the Lord' The Gospel in the Writings of Saint Francis"

Greyfriars Review, Vol. 18, Supplement (2004) 44.

 

                                                              Luke 21:34

Grigory I. Benevich, “Christological Polemics of Maximus the Confessor and the Emergence of Islam onto the World Stage”

Theological Studies, Vol. 72, No. 2 (June 2011) 334035.

 

 

                                                              Luke 21:36              75 (2013) #1 105.

Paul Elbert, “Acts 2:38 in Light of the Syntax of Imperative-Future Passive and Imperative-Present Participle Combinations”

 

                                                              Luke 21:21-32         77 (2015) #4 759.

James Swetnam, S.J., review of Enrichetta Cesarale, “Figli della luce e figli del giorno” (Its 5,5):  Indagine biblicoteologica del “giorno” in Paolo

 

004A  18       Isaiah 11:1-10                   Isa 11:10                 63 (2001) #1 18.

Charles H. Talbert, "Paul, Judaism, and the Revisionists”

 

                                                              Isa 11:                    48 (1986) #3 450.

Joseph Jensen, O.S.B., "Yahweh's Plan in Isaiah and in the Rest of the Old Testament”

 

                                                              Isa 10:33—11:10     62 (2000) #4 665.

Adrian M. Leske, "Context and Meaning of Zechariah 9:9”

 

                                                              Isa 11; 1-9              46 (1984) #1 9 ff.

Richard J. Sklba, "`Until the Spirit from on High Is Poured out on Us’ (Isa 32:15): Reflections on the Role of the Spirit in the Exile”

 

                                                              Isa 11:1, 10             49 (1987) #2 206.

Bernard F. Batto, "The Covenant of Peace: A Neglected Ancient Near Eastern Motif”

 

                                                              Isa 11:4                  58 (1996) #3 463.

Mark Allan Powell, "Matthew's Beatitudes: Reversals and Rewards of the Kingdom”

 

                                                              Isaiah 11                 55 (1993) #1 14.

Richard J. Clifford, S.J., "The Unity of the Book of Isaiah and Its Cosmogonic Language”

 

                                                              Isa 11:14                 63 (2001) #2 232.

Randall E. Otto, "The Prophets and Their Perspective”

 

                                                              Isa 11:1-9               65 (2003) #4 519.

John R. Levison, "Prophecy in Ancient Israel: The Case of the Ecstatic Elders”

 

                                                              Isa 11:2                  61 (1999) #2 250.

J. Ross Wagner, "From the Heavens to the Heart: The Dynamics of Psalm 19 as Prayer”

 

                                                              Isaiah 11:2

Dino Dozzi, "`Thus Says the Lord' The Gospel in the Writings of Saint Francis"

Greyfriars Review, Vol. 18, Supplement (2004) 113.

 

                                                              Isa 11:4                  70 (2008) #3 562.

Reed Lessing, review of Bryan E. Beyer, Encountering the Book of Isaiah: A Historical and Theological Survey

 

                                                              Isa 11:1-9                71 (2009) #1 139.

Reed Lessing, review of Randall Heskett, Messianism within the Scriptural Scrolls of Isaiah

 

                                                              Isa 11:1

Sean Freyne, “The Galilean Jesus and a Contemporary Christology”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 2 (June 2009) 284.

 

                                                              Isa 11:6-9

Hyun-Chul Cho, S.J., “Interconnectedness and Intrinsic Value as Ecological Principles:  An Appropriation of Karl Rahner’s Evolutionary Christology”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 3 (September 2009) 637.

 

                                                              Isaiah 11:1-2

Mark W. Koehne, review of John Ronning, The Jewish Targums and John’s Logos

Theological Studies, Vol. 71, No. 3 (September 2010) 953.

 

                                                              Isaiah 11:1-5           73 (2011) #1 119.

H. G. M. Williamson, review of Rodrigo Franklin De Sousa, Eschatology and Messianism in LXX Isaiah 1—12

 

                                                              Isaiah 11:1              74 (2012) #4 726.

Vincent A. Pizzuto, “The Structural Elegance of Mathew 1—2:  A Chiastic Proposal”

 

                                                              Isaiah 11:10            74 (2012) #4 803.

Andrew R. Davis, review of Jacob Stromberg, Isaiah after Exile:  The Author of Third Isaiah as Reader and Redactor of the Book

 

                                                              Isaiah 11:5              75 (2013) #2 2247, 255, 257.

Gianni Barbiero, “Psalm 132:  A Prayer of `Solomon’”

 

                                                              Isaiah 11:9-10         75 (2013) #2 383.

Erik M. Heen, review of James P. Ware, Paul and the Mission of the Church:  Philippians in Ancient Jewish Context

 

                                                              Isaiah 11:1-3           76 (2014) #1 58.

Walter Brueggemann and Davis Hankins, “The Affirmation of Prophetic Power and Deconstruction of Royal Authority in the Elisha Narratives”

 

                                                              Isaiah 11:1              76 (2014) #2 339.

H.G.M. Williamson, review of Christophe Rico, La mère de l’Enfant-Roi, Isaïe 7, 14” “Almâ” et “Parthenos” dans l’univers biblique.  Un point de vue

 

                                                              Isa 11:1                   77 (2015) #3 443.

Jeremy Schipper and Mark Leuchter, “A Proposed Reading of ****** in Amos 28”

 

                                                              Isaiah 11:10            77 (2015) #4 750.

Andrew Abernethy, review of Abraham Sung-Ho Oh, Oh, That You Would Rend the Heavens and Come Down:  The Eschatological Theology of Third Isaiah (Isaiah 56—66)

 

                                                              Isaiah 11:2              78 (2016) #2 372.

Peter R. Rodgers, review of Kelly D. Liebengood, The Eschatology of 1 Peter:  Considering the  Influence of Zechariah 9—14

 

                                                              Isaiah 11:6-9

Brendan Byrne, S.J., “A Pauline Complement to Laudato Si’”

Theological Studies, Vol. 77, No. 2 (June 2016) 322.

 

                                                              Isaiah 11:1-4           78 (October 2016) #4 683, 689.

José Enrique Aguilar Chiu, “A Theological Reading of exepneusen in Mark 15:37,39”

 

                                                              Isaiah 11:1-2           78 (2016) #1, 81.

John R. Coulson, “Jesus and the Spirit in Paul’s Theology:  The Earthly Jesus”

 

          19-20  Psalm 72:1-2, 7-8, 12-13, 17     Ps 72:10-11            62 (2000) #3 462, 470 ff.

Mark Allan Powell, "The Magi as Kings: An Adventure in Reader-Response Criticism”

 

                                                              Psalm 72                 62 (2000) #4 665 ff.

Adrian M. Leske, "Context and Meaning of Zechariah 9:9”

 

                                                              Psalm 72:9              64 (2002) #3 471-478.

Sue Gillingham, "From Liturgy to Prophecy: The Use of Psalmody in Second Temple Judaism”

 

                                                              Psalm 72                 64 (2002) # 4 677, 683.

J. J. M. Roberts, "The Enthronement of Yhwh and David: The Abiding Theological Significance of the Kingship Language of the Psalms”

 

                                                              Psalm 72:8              70 (2008) #1 78.

Bradley C. Gregory, "Abraham as the Jewish Ideal: Exegetical Traditions in Sirach 44:19-21"

 

                                                              Ps 72:17                 71 (2009) #2 370.

Claudia D. Bergmann, review of André Flury-Scholch, Abrahams Segen und die Volker: Synchrone und diachrone Untersuchungen zu Gen 12, 1-3 unter Besonderer Berucksichtigung der intertextuellen Beziehungen zu Gen 18; 22; 26; 28; Sir 44; Jer 4 und Ps 72

 

                                                              Ps 72:12-14             74 (2012) #2 243.

Brian Irwin, “Amos 4:1 and the Cows of Bashan on Mount Samaria:  A Reappraisal”

 

                                                              Psalm 72:1              74 (2012) #2 311.

F. Gerald Downing, “Justification as Acquittal?  A Critical Examination of Judicial Verdicts in Paul’s Literary and Actual Contexts”

 

                                                              Psalm 72:1-4           75 (2013) #2 255.

Gianni Barbiero, “Psalm 132:  A Prayer of `Solomon’”

 

 

          20-21  Romans 15:4-9                  Romans 14:1-15:13    62 (2000) #1 65 ff.

Robert A. J. Gagnon, "Why the `Weak’ at Rome Cannot Be Non-Christian Jews”

 

                                                              Rom 14:1—15:12    62 (2000) #2 295.

Brendan Byrne, S.J., "The Problem of Nomos and the Relationship with Judaism in Romans”

 

                                                              Rom 15:4                64 (2002) #2 299.

Vincent M. Smiles, "The Concept of `Zeal’ in Second-Temple Judaism and Paul's Critique of It in Romans 10:2”

 

                                                              Rom 15:7-13           68 (2006) #2 287.

Charles H. Cosgrove, "Did Paul Value Ethnicity?"

 

                                                              Rom 15:4                68 (2006) #3 524.

Michael S. Moore, review of Rudolf Mosis, Welterfahrung und Gottesglaube: Drei Erzahlungen aus dem Alten Testament

 

                                                              Rom 15:9                69 (2007) #4 725, 726.

Thomas D. Stegman, S.J., "Episteusa, dio elalhsa (2 Corinthians 4:13): Paul's Christological Reading of Psalm 115:1a LXX"

 

                                                              Rom 15:7-13

Robert A. Krieg, review of Gerald O'Collins, S.J., Jesus: A Portrait and Salvation for All:  God’s Other Peoples

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 3 (September 2009) 696.

 

                                                              Rom 15:7-13           72 (2010) #1 148

Christoph Stenschke, review of Jochen Flebbe, Solus Deus:  Untersuchungen zur Rede von Gott im Brief des Paulus an die Romer

 

                                                              Rom 15:7                74 (2012) #2 310.

F. Gerald Downing, “Justification as Acquittal?  A Critical Examination of Judicial Verdicts in Paul’s Literary and Actual Contexts”

 

                                                              Rom 15:7                76 (2014) #4 701.

Robert L. Foster, “The Justice of the Gentiles:  Revisiting the Purpose of Romans”

 

                                                              Rom 15:9

Matthew W. Bates, review of Wesley Hill, Paul and the Trinity:  Persons, Relations and the Pauline Letters

Theological Studies, Vol. 77, No. 1 (March 2016) 219.

 

                                                              Romans 15:3           79 (January 2017) #1, 81.

John R. Coulson, “Jesus and the Spirit in Paul’s Theology:  The Earthly Jesus”

 

 

          22-3    Matthew 3:1-12                 Matt 3:5                  62 (2000) #2 288.

Mark D. Smith, "Of Jesus and Quirinius”

 

                                                              Matt 3:89-               57 (1995) #3 529.

Warren Carter, "Recalling the Lord's Prayer: The Authorial Audience and Matthew's Prayer as Familiar Liturgical Experience”

 

                                                              Matt  3:11               54 (1992) #3 488 ff.

Robert H. Stein, "The Matthew-Luke Agreements Against Mark: Insight from John”

 

                                                              Matt. 1:1—4:16        40 (1978) #4 564.

Jack Dean Kingsbury, "Observations on the "Miracle Chapters" of Matthew 8-9”

 

                                                              Matt 3:2                  39 (1977). #4 408.

Joseph A. Comber, C.F.X., "The Composition and Literary Characteristics of Matt 11:20-24”

 

                                                              Matt Ch 3                44 (1982) #4 583.

W.R.G. Loader, "Son of David, Blindness, Possession, and Duality in Matthew”

 

                                                              Matt 3:8-10             63 (2001) #1 8.

Charles H. Talbert, "Paul, Judaism, and the Revisionists”

 

                                                              Matt 3:2                  58 (1996) #3 470, 474.

Mark Allan Powell, "Matthew's Beatitudes: Reversals and Rewards of the Kingdom”

 

                                                              Matt 3:11                64 (2002) #3 520 and 521.

Jeffrey A. Gibbs, "Israel Standing with Israel: The Baptism of Jesus in Matthew's Gospel (Matt 3:13-17)”

 

                                                              Matt 3:7b                51 (1989) #2 246.

Craig A. Evans, "Jesus' Action in the Temple: Cleansing or Portent of Destruction?”

 

                                                              Matt 3:7                  49 (1987) # 1 59, 66, 65, 66, 72.

Jack Dean Kingsbury, "The Developing Conflict between Jesus and the Jewish Leaders in Matthew's Gospel: A Literary-Critical Study”

 

                                                              Matt 3:7-12             68 (2006) #2 258.

Boris Repschinski, "For He Will Save His People from Their Sins" (Matthew 1:21): A Christology for Christian Jews

 

                                                              Matt 3:7       

Michael J. McClymond, "Through a Gloss Darkly: Biblical Annotations and Theological interpretation in Modern Catholic and Protestant English-language Bibles"

Theological Studies 67 # 3 (September 2006) 493.

 

                                                              Matt 3:2                  69 (2007) #1 78.

Daniel W. Ulrich, “The Missional Audience of the Gospel of Matthew”

 

                                                              Matt 3:9                  69 (2007) #2 364.

Colleen M. Conway, review of Colin G. Kruse, The Gospel according to John: An Introduction and Commentary

 

                                                              Matt 3:2

Paul Lawrence, The IVP Atlas of Bible History

Downers Grove, Illinois,  InterVarsity Press, 2006, 138.

 

                                                              Matt 3:8

Jean-Joseph Buirette, O.F.M., "A Short Glossary of Terms Used by Francis of Assisi"

Greyfriars Review, Vol. 18, No. 3 (2004) 296.

 

                                                              Matt 3:3                   71 (2009) #2 251.

Emil A. Wcela, “What is Catholic about a Catholic Translation of the Bible?”

 

                                                              Matt 3:1-3                71 (2009) #2 400.

Ithamar Gruenwald, review of Ephraim Richard E. Demaris, The New Testament in Its Ritual World

 

                                                              Matt 3:7-12              71 (2009) #3 518.

Leroy Andrew Huizenga, “Obedience unto Death: The Matthean Gethsemane and Arrest Sequence and the Aqedah”

 

                                                              Matt 3:8-10              73 (2011) #1 126.

Reed Lessing, review of Bo H. Lim, The “Way of the Lord” in the Book of Isaiah

 

                                                              Matthew 3:10a        75 (2013) #1 139.

Dorothy Jean Weaver, review of Robert R. Beck, Banished Messiah:  Violence and Nonviolence in Matthew’s Story of Jesus

 

                                                              Matt 3:7-9                77 (2015) #4 679.

Eugene Eung-Chun Park, “Covenantal Nomism and the Gospel of Matthew”

 

                                                              Matt 3:8                   79 (2017) #1, 256.

Richard J. Dillon, “A Narrative Analysis of the Baptist’s Nativity in Luke 1”

 

005B  24-25  Isaiah 40:1-5, 9-11            Isa 40:6-8               62 (2000) #1 102 ff.

David J. Verseput, "Genre and Story: The Community Setting of the Epistle of James”

 

                                                              Isa 40:9-10              62 (2000) #4 666 ff

Adrian M. Leske, "Context and Meaning of Zechariah 9:9”

 

                                                              Isa 40:3-5(11)          42 (1980) #1 6

Carroll Stuhlmueller, C.P., "Deutero-Isaiah: Major Transitions in the Prophet's Theology and in Contemporary Scholarship”

 

                                                              Isa 40:1                  55 (1993) #1 1, 3, 4.

Richard J. Clifford, S.J., "The Unity of the Book of Isaiah and Its Cosmogonic Language”

 

                                                              Isa 40:1-2 a  66 (2004) #2 226

Steven James Schweitzer, "Mythology in the Old Greek of Isaiah: The Technique of Translation”

 

                                                              Isaiah 40:4b            66 (2004) # 4 551-560

Aelred Cody, O.S.B., "A Palindrome in Isaiah 40:4b: Allowing Restoration of an Original Reading”

 

                                                              Isaiah 40:3              68 (2006) #1 67, 76, 77.

John Paul Heil, "Jesus with the Wild Animals in Mark 1:13"

 

                                                              Isa 40:3                  68 (2006) #3 472.

Richard J. Dillon, "The Benedictus in Micro- and Macrocontext"

 

                                                              Isaiah 40:3-5           69 (2007) #1 190

Steven L. Bridge, review of Steve Moyise and Maarten J. J. Menken (eds.), Isaiah in the New Testament

 

                                                              Isa 40:1-11              69 (2007) #3 544.

Gregory J. Polan, O.S.B., review of John Goldingay, The Message of Isaiah 40—55: A Literary-Theological Commentary

 

                                                              Isaiah 40:3-5           69 (2007) #3 580.

Charles H. Talbert, review of Michael E. Fuller, The Restoration of Israel: Israel's Re-gathering and the Fate of the Nations in Early Jewish Literature and Luke-Acts

 

                                                              Isa 40:2                  70 (2008) #1 133.

Reed Lessing, review of Archibald L. H. J. M. Van Wieringen, The Reader-Oriented Unity of the Book of Isaiah

 

                                                              Isaiah 40:1-11         70 (2008) #2 342-343.

Joseph Blenkinsopp, review of John Goldingay and David Payne, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Isaiah 40—55, Volume 1, Introduction and Commentary on Isaiah 40:1—44:23; Volume 2, Commentary on Isaiah 44:24—55:13.

 

                                                              Isa 40:2        70 (2008) #3 460.

Stanley D. Walters, "`To the Rock' (2 Samuel 21:10)"

 

                                                              Isa 40:8        70 (2008) #3 562.

Reed Lessing, review of Bryan E. Beyer, Encountering the Book of Isaiah: A Historical and Theological Survey

                                                              Isaiah 40:3              71 (2009) #1 77.

C. Clifton Black, “Mark as Historian of God’s Kingdom,”

 

                                                              Isaiah 40:9-31         71 (2009) #1 140.

Eugene Hensell, O.S.B., Walter C. Kaiser, Jr., The Majesty of God in the Old Testament: A Guide  for Preaching and Teaching

 

                                                              Isaiah 40:3              71 (2009) #2 379.

Gregory J. Polan, O.S.B., review of Oystein Lund, Way Metaphors and Ways Topics in Isaiah 40-55

 

                                                              Isaiah 40:10-11       72 (2010) #3 456.

Michael J. Chan, “Isaiah 65—66 and the Genesis of Reorienting Speech”

 

                                                              Isaiah 40:3              73 (2011) #1 126.

Reed Lessing, review of Bo H. Lim, The “Way of the Lord” in the Book of Isaiah

 

                                                              Isaiah 40:1-11         73 (2011) #2 350-351.

J. L. Manzo, review of Marta García Fernández, “Consolad, consoled a mi pueblo”: El tema de la  consolación en Deuteroisaias

 

                                                              Isaiah 40:4              74 (2012) #3 523.

J. R. Daniel Kirk, “Time for Figs, Temple Destruction, and Houses of Prayer in Mark 11:12-25”

 

                                                              Isaiah 40:2

James F. Keenan, S.J., review of Gary A. Anderson, Sin:  A History

Theological Studies, Vol. 72, No. 4 (December 2011) 922.

 

                                                              Isaiah 40:5              75 (2013) #1 171.

John T. Carroll, review of Jaroslav Rindoš, He of Whom It Is Written:  John the Baptist and Elijah in Luke

 

                                                              Isaiah 40:3              76 (2014) #1 11.

Richard J. Dillon, “Mark 1:1-15:  `New Evangelization’?”

 

                                                              Isaiah 40:5-6

Bernard P. Prusak, “Explaining Eucharistic `Real Presence’:  Moving beyond a Medieval Conundrum”

Theological Studies, Vol. 75, No. 2 (June 2014) 234.

 

                                                              Isaiah 40:3-5           76 (2014) #3 466-468, 479.

Andrés García Serrano, “Anna’s Characterization in Luke 2:36-38:  A Case of Conceptual Allusion?”

 

                                                              Isaiah 40:3

Deirdre Dempsey, review of Devorah Dimant, History, Ideology, and Bible Interpretation in the Dead Sea Scrolls:  Collected Studies

Theological Studies, Vol. 76, No. 1 (March 2015) 168.

 

                                                              Isaiah 40:3              79 (2017) #1, 249.

Richard J. Dillon, “A Narrative Analysis of the Baptist’s Nativity in Luke 1”

 

          25       Psalm 85:9-10, 11-12, 13-14     Psalm 85:13            64 (2002) #3 475.

Sue Gillingham, From Liturgy to Prophecy: The Use of Psalmody in Second Temple Judaism

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                                                              Psalm 85:9-13         74 (2012) #2 311.

F. Gerald Downing, “Justification as Acquittal?  A Critical Examination of Judicial Verdicts in Paul’s Literary and Actual Contexts”

 

 

          26       2 Peter 3:8-14                   2 Pet 3:7-12            63 (2001) #2 234.

Randall E. Otto, The Prophets and Their Perspective

 

                                                              2 Pet 3:11               67 (2005) #4 636.

Terrance Callan, “The Syntax of 2 Peter 1:1-7”

 

                                                             2 Pet 3:10

André Ménard, O.F.M. Cap., "The Spirituality of Transitus in the Writings of St. Bonaventure" Greyfriars Review, Vol. 18, No. 1 (2004) 43.

 

                                                              2 Pet 3:13

Harvey D. Egan, S.J., “In Purgatory We Shall All Be Mystics”

Theological Studies, Vol. 73, No. 4 (December 2012) 885.

 

                                                              2 Peter 3:6-10         76 (2014) #2 307, 309, 313, 315, 320.

Scott Hafemann, “`Noah, the Preacher of (God’s) Righteousness”:  The Argument from Scripture in 2 Peter 2:5 and 9”

 

                                                              2 Pet 3:10               76 (2014) #4 775.

Michael Gilmour, review of David J. Neville, A Peaceable Hope:  Contesting Violent Eschatology in New Testament Narratives

 

                                                              2 Pet 3:8, 9, 10, 12, 13  78 (2016) #1 111-130.

Nicholas R. Werse, “Second Temple Jewish Literary Traditions in 2 Peter”

 

 

          27       Luke 3:4, 6             

 

          28       Mark 1:1-8                         Mark 1:4                 63 (2001) #1 8

Charles H. Talbert, Paul, Judaism, and the Revisionists

 

                                                              Mark 1:7-8              54 (1992) #3 485 and 488

Robert H. Stein, The Matthew-Luke Agreements Against Mark: Insight from John

 

                                                              Mark 1:1-13            63 (2001) #4 647 ff

Francis J. Moloney, S.D.B., Mark 6:6b-30: Mission, the Baptist, and Failure

 

                                                              Mark 1:1-11            40 (1978) #4 560

Jack Dean Kingsbury, Observations on the "Miracle Chapters" of Matthew 8-9

 

                                                              Mark 1:2-3              68 (2006) #1 67, 76, 77.

John Paul Heil, "Jesus with the Wild Animals in Mark 1:13"

 

                                                              Mark 1:2-8              64 (2002) # 4 780-781

Carolyn Osiek, R.S.C.J., book review of Michael F. Trainor, The Quest for Home: the Household in Mark’s Community

 

                                                              Mark 1:4                 68 (2006) #3 477.

Richard J. Dillon, "The Benedictus in Micro- and Macrocontext"

 

                                                              Mark 1:1                 69 (2007) #1 35.

Karl A. Kuhn, “The `One like a Son of Man’ Becomes the `Son of           God’”

 

                                                              Mark 1:1       69 (2007) #1 68.

Daniel W. Ulrich, “The Missional Audience of the Gospel of Matthew”

 

                                                              Mark 1:1-15            69 (2007) #4 820.

Alicia Batten, review of Jean Delorme, Parole et récit évangéliques: Études sur l’évangile de Marc

 

                                                              Mark 1:6

Paul Lawrence, The IVP Atlas of Bible History (Downers Grove, Illinois,  InterVarsity Press, 2006) 54.

 

                                                              Mark 1:1-15            70 (2008) #1 175.

Elliott C. Maloney, O.S.B., review of Salvador Villota Herrero, Palabras sin ocaso: Función interpretiva de Mc 13,28-37 en el discursó escatológica de Marcos

 

                                                              Mark 1:1-15            70 (2008) #3 597-598.

Mary Ann Beavis, review of Ira Brent Driggers, Following God through Mark: Theological Tension in the Second Gospel.

 

                                                              Mark 1:1                  71 (2009) #1 78.

C. Clifton Black, “Mark as Historian of God’s Kingdom,”

 

                                                              Mark 1:4                  71 (2009) #2 400.

Ithamar Gruenwald, review of Ephraim Richard E. Demaris, The New Testament in Its Ritual  World

 

                                                              Mark 1:1                  71 (2009) #4 741, 746.

Leif E. Vaage, “An Other Home: Discipleship in Mark as Domestic Asceticism”

 

                                                              Mark 1:1                  74 (2012) #2 382.

Karl Allen Kuhn, review of Elizabeth Struthers Malbon, Mark’s Jesus:  Characterization as Narrative  Christology

 

                                                              Mark 1:6                  75 (2013) #1 171.

John T. Carroll, review of Jaroslav Rindoš, He of Whom It Is Written:  John the Baptist and Elijah in Luke

 

                                                              Mark 1:1-20             75 (2013) #1 177.

Anne M. O’Leary, P.B.V.M., review of Adam Winn, Mark and the Elijah-Elisha Narrative:  Considering the Practice of Greco-Roman Imitation in the search for the Markan Source Material

 

                                                              Mark 1:1                  75 (2013) #2 364.

Robert F. O’Toole, S.J., Paolo Mascilongo, “Ma voi, chi dite che lo sia?”  Analist narrative dell’identità  di Gesù e del cammino dei discepoli nel Vagelo secondo Marco, alla luce della “Confessione di Pietro” (Mc 8,27-30)

 

                                                              Mark 1:1-15             76 (2014) #1 1-18.

Richard J. Dillon, “Mark 1:1-15:  `New Evangelization’?”

 

                                                              Mark 1:7-8               76 (2014) #2 376.

Manuel Villalobos Mendoza, review of Xabier Pikaza, Evangelio de Marcos:  La Buena noticia de  Jesús

 

                                                              Mark 1:1                  77 (2015) #3 467-480.

Max Botner, “The Role of Transcriptional Probability in the Next-Critical Debate on Mark 1:1”

 

                                                              Mark 1:8                  78 (October 2016) #4 682-705.

José Enrique Aguilar Chiu, “A Theological Reading of exepneusen in Mark 15:37,39”

 

                                                              Mark 1:1-28             79 (2017) #1, 149.

Laura Sweat Holmes, review of Thomas P. Nelligan, The Quest for Mark’s Sources:  An Exploration of the Case for Mark’s use of First Corinthians

 

                                                              Mark 1:2-3               79 (2017) #1, 249, 257.

Richard J. Dillon, “A Narrative Analysis of the Baptist’s Nativity in Luke 1”

 

006C  29       Baruch 5:1-9                      Bar 5:5-9                 63 (2001) #1 18

Charles H. Talbert, “Paul, Judaism, and the Revisionists”

 

                                                              Bar 5:9                    78 (July 2016) #3 474.

Timothy W. Reardon, “Cleansing through Almsgiving in Luke-Acts:  Purity, Cornelius, and the Translation of Acts 15:9”

 

          30       Psalm 126:1-2, 2-3, 4-5, 6 (3)        Psalm 126:5, 6        76 (2014) #2 384.

Mark C. Kiley, review of Jean-Luc Vesco, Le Psautier de Jésus:  Les citations des Psaumes dans le Nouveau Testament

 

 

          31       Philippians 1:4-6, 8-11       Phil 1:6                   63 (2001) #1 17

Charles H. Talbert, “Paul, Judaism, and the Revisionists”

 

                                                              Phil 1:8                   68 (2006) #3 490.

Lee A. Johnson, "Paul's Epistolary Presence in Corinth: A New Look at Robert W. Funk's Apostolic Parousia"

 

                                                              Phil 1:4                   68 (2006) #4 677.

Jerry L. Sumney, "`I Fill Up What Is Lacking in the Afflictions of Christ': Paul's Vicarious Suffering in Colossians"

 

                                                              Phil 1:10

Alan C. Mitchell, review of Chris VanLandingham, Judgment and Justification in Early Judaism and the Apostle Paul

Theological Studies, Vol. 69, No. 3(September 2008) 683.

 

                                                             Phil 1:11                  71 (2009) #1 9.

Jerome H. Neyrey, S.J., “Lost in Translation: Did It Matter If Christians `Thanked’ God or `Gave God Glory’?,”

 

                                                              Phil 1:3-7                72 (2010) #1 150.

Richard S. Ascough, review, Mark J. Keown, Congregational Evangelism in Philippians: the Centrality of an Appeal for the Gospel Proclamation to the Fabric of Philippians

 

          32       Luke 3:1-6                         Luke 3:2-9               63 (2001) #1 8

Charles H. Talbert, “Paul, Judaism, and the Revisionists”

 

                                                              Luke 3:1, 23  62 (2000) #2 282 ff

Mark D. Smith, “Of Jesus and Quirinius”

 

                                                              Luke 3:3       68 (2006) #3 477, 478.

Richard J. Dillon, "The Benedictus in Micro- and Macrocontext"

 

                                                              Luke 3:4-6    69 (2007) #3 580.

Charles H. Talbert, review of Michael E. Fuller, The Restoration of Israel: Israel's Re-gathering and the Fate of the Nations in Early Jewish Literature and Luke-Acts

 

                                                              Luke 3:1

Paul Lawrence, The IVP Atlas of Bible History

(Downers Grove, Illinois,  InterVarsity Press, 2006) 131, 138.

 

                                                              Luke 3:4

Jon Sobrino, S.J., “Jesus of Galilee from the Salvadoran Context: Compassion, Hope, and Following the Light of the Cross”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 2 (June 2009) 456.

 

                                                              Luke 3:6                  72 (2010) #4 769.

Daniel A. Smith, “Seeing a Pneuma(tic Body):  The Apologetic Interests of Luke 24:36-43”

 

                                                              Luke 4:4-6               73 (2011) #1 126.

Reed Lessing, review of Bo H. Lim, The “Way of the Lord” in the Book of Isaiah

 

                                                              Luke 3:1                  74 (2012) #1 179, 180.

Heather Gorman and Mikeal Parsons, review of Patricia Walters, The Assumed Authorial Unity of Luke and Acts:  A Reassessment of the Evidence

 

                                                              Luke 3:4-6               75 (2013) #1 101.

Paul Elbert, “Acts 2:38 in Light of the Syntax of Imperative-Future Passive and Imperative-Present Participle Combinations”

 

                                                              Luke 3:1-22             75 (2013) #1 171.

John T. Carroll, review of Jaroslav Rindoš, He of Whom It Is Written:  John the Baptist and Elijah in Luke

 

                                                              Luke 3:5                  75 (2013) #3 579.

Dennis Hamm, S.J., review of Natalie K. Houghtby-Haddon, Changed Imagination, Changed Obedience:  Social Imagination and the Bent-Over [sic] Woman in the Gospel of Luke

 

                                                              Luke 3:4b-6             76 (2014) #3 466-467.

Andrés García Serrano, “Anna’s Characterization in Luke 2:36-38:  A Case of Conceptual Allusion?”

 

007A  33       Isaiah 35:1-6a, 10             Isa 35:5-6               39 (1977). #4 502

Joseph A. Comber, C.F.X., "The Composition and Literary Characteristics of Matt 11:20-24”

 

                                                              Isa 35                      55 (1993) #1 3, 4.

Richard J. Clifford, S.J., "The Unity of the Book of Isaiah and Its Cosmogonic Language”

 

                                                              Isa 35:6                  65 (2003) #2 222.

Dennis Hamm, S.J., "The Tamid Service in Luke-Acts: The Cultic Background behind Luke's Theology of Worship (Luke 1:5-25; 18:9-14; 24:50-53; Acts 3:1; 10:3, 30)”

 

                                                              Isa 35:5-6               49 (1987) # 4 591.

Mary Ann Beavis, "The Trial before the Sanhedrin (Mark 14:53-65): Reader Response and Greco-Roman Readers"

 

                                                              Isaiah 35:3-6           70 (2008) #2 257.

Matthew J. Lynch, "Zion's Warrior and the Nations: Isaiah 59:15b—63:6 in Isaiah's Zion Traditions"

 

          34       Psalm 146:6-7, 8-9, 9-10       Psalm 146:3            64 (2002) #1 98

Stanley B. Marrow, “Kosmos in John”

 

                                                              Psalm 146:1, 10      45 (1983) #2 195-200

Lloyd M. Barré, Halelu yah: A Broken Inclusion

 

          35       James 5:7-10                    Jas 1:19—5:11        62 (2000) #1, 103 ff.

David J. Verseput, "Genre and Story: The Community Setting of the Epistle of James”

 

                                                              Jas 5:7-9                 63 (2001) #2 234.

Randall E. Otto, "The Prophets and Their Perspective”

 

                                                              Jas 5:9

Christopher Pramuk, “Strange Fruit”: Black Suffering/White Revelation”

Theological Studies, Vol. 67, No. 2 (June 2006) 357.

 

                                                              James 5:10             50 (1988) #4 633.

Luke Timothy Johnson, The Mirror of Remembrance (James 1:22-25)

 

                                                              James 5:9               68 (2006) #4 686, 687.

Mark E. Taylor and George H. Guthrie, "The Structure of James"

 

                                                              James 5:10-11        70 (2008) #2 385.

Joel Marcus, review of David R. Nienhuis, Not by Paul Alone: The Formation of the Catholic Epistle Collection and the Christian Canon

 

                                                              James 5:7-20          76 (2014) #2 372.

Michael Gilmour, review of John Painter and David A. DeSilva, James and Jude

 

                                                              James 5:7-11          78 (2016) #2 366.

Patrick J. Hartin, review of David B. Gowler, James through the Centuries

 

          35       Isaiah 61:1 (cited in Luke 4:18)

 

          36-37  Matthew 11:2-11               Matthew 11:11        62 (2000) #1 41 ff.

Benedict T. Viviano, O.P., "The Least in the Kingdom: Matthew 11:11, Its Parallel in Luke 7:28 (Q) and Daniel 4:14”

 

                                                              Matt 11:6                49 (1987) #1 69

Jack Dean Kingsbury, “The Developing Conflict between Jesus and the Jewish Leaders in Matthew’s Gospel: A Literary-Critical Study," the Catholic Biblical Quarterly, Vol. 66, No. 4 (October 2004) 69

 

                                                              Matt. 4:17—16:20    40 (1978) #4 565

Jack Dean Kingsbury, "Observations on the `Miracle Chapters’ of Matthew 8-9”

 

                                                              Matt 11:10               59 (1997) #2 317

P. M. Casey, "Culture and Historicity: The Cleansing of the Temple”

 

                                                              Matt 11:6                64 (2002) #3 523.

Jeffrey A. Gibbs, "Israel Standing with Israel: The Baptism of Jesus in Matthew's Gospel (Matt 3:13-17)”

 

                                                              Matt 11:6                49 (1987) # 1 69

Jack Dean Kingsbury, "The Developing Conflict between Jesus and the Jewish Leaders in Matthew's Gospel: A Literary-Critical Study”

 

                                                              Matt 11:2—16:20     67 (2005) #2 279.

Mark J. Goodwin, "Hosea and `the Son of the Living God’ in Matthew 16:16b”

 

                                                              Matt 11:11               69 (2007) #1 75, 78.

Daniel W. Ulrich, “The Missional Audience of the Gospel of Matthew”

 

                                                              Matt 11:4-5

Paul Lawrence, The IVP Atlas of Bible History

Downers Grove, Illinois,  InterVarsity Press, 2006, 140.

 

                                                              Matt 21:11

Craig A. Evans, review of Joseph A. Fitzmyer, S.J., The One Who Is to Come

Theological Studies, Vol. 69, No. 2 (June 2008) 441.

 

                                                              Matt 11:2-13            23 (1961) #2 170.

Edward F. Siegman, C.PP.S, “Teaching in Parables: (Mk 4:10-12; Lk 8:9-10; Mt 13:10-15”

 

                                                              Matt 11:3                70 (2008) #3 600-601.

James C. VanderKam, review of Joseph A. Fitzmyer, S. J., The One Who Is to Come

 

                                                              Matt 11:2

Sean Freyne, “The Galilean Jesus and a Contemporary Christology”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 2 (June 2009) 286.

 

                                                              Matt 11:2, 7-8          75 (2013) #1 77, 81, 82.

Matthew W. Bates, “Cryptic Codes and a Violent King:  A New Proposal for Matthew 11:12 and Luke 16:16-18”

 

                                                              Matthew 11:4-5       75 (2013) #1 139.

Dorothy Jean Weaver, review of Robert R. Beck, Banished Messiah:  Violence and Nonviolence in Matthew’s Story of Jesus

 

                                                              Matt 11:4-5

Richard W. Miller, “Deep Responsibility for the Deep Future”

Theological Studies, Vol. 77, No. 2 (June 2016) 448.

 

                                                              Matt 11:9                 79 (2017) #1, 248.

Richard J. Dillon, “A Narrative Analysis of the Baptist’s Nativity in Luke 1”

 

008B  38       Isaiah 61; 1-2A, 10-11        Isa 61; 1                 46 (1984) #1 14

Richard J. Sklba, "`Until the Spirit from on High Is Poured out on Us’ (Isa 32:15): Reflections on the Role of the Spirit in the Exile”

 

                                                              Isa 61: 1 and 11      62 (2000) #4 666 ff

Adrian M. Leske, "Context and Meaning of Zechariah 9:9”

 

                                                              Isa 61:11                 49 (1987) #2 206

Bernard F. Batto, "The Covenant of Peace: A Neglected Ancient Near Eastern Motif”

 

                                                              Isa 61:1                  58 (1996) #3 463, 465.

Mark Allan Powell, Matthew's Beatitudes: Reversals and Rewards of the Kingdom

 

                                                              Isa 60—62              55 (1993) #1 16, 17.

Richard J. Clifford, S.J., "The Unity of the Book of Isaiah and Its Cosmogonic Language”

 

                                                              Isa 61:1                  52 (1990) #4 661.

Susan R. Garrett, "Exodus from Bondage: Luke 9:31 and Acts 12:1-24”

 

                                                              Isaiah 61:1-2

Richard Clifford, S.J. and Khaled Anatolois, "Christian Salvation: Biblical and Theological Perspectives"

Theological Studies, Vol. 66, No. 4 (December 2005) 746.

 

                                                              Isaiah 61:1              69 (2007) #1 190.

Steven L. Bridge, review of Steve Moyise and Maarten J. J. Menken (eds.), Isaiah in the New Testament

 

                                                              Isaiah 61:1-2           69 (2007) #3 580.

Charles H. Talbert, review of Michael E. Fuller, The Restoration of Israel: Israel's Re-gathering and the Fate of the Nations in Early Jewish Literature and Luke-Acts

 

                                                              Isa 61:1-2a, 10-11   70 (2008) #2 244-263.

Matthew J. Lynch, "Zion's Warrior and the Nations: Isaiah 59:15b—63:6 in Isaiah's Zion Traditions"

 

                                                             Isaiah 60:1              70 (2008) #3 573.

John J. Collins, review of Alex P. Jassen, Mediating the Divine: Prophecy and Revelation in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Second Temple Judaism

 

                                                              Isaiah 61:1-3           71 (2009) #1 139.

Reed Lessing, review of Randall Heskett, Messianism within the Scriptural Scrolls of Isaiah

 

                                                              Isa 61:1-2                71 (2009) #2 350, 351, 353, 356-362.

John C. Poirier, “Jesus as an Elijianic Figure in Luke 4:16-30”

 

                                                              Isaiah 61:10            75 (2013) #2 247.

Gianni Barbiero, “Psalm 132:  A Prayer of `Solomon’”

 

                                                              Isaiah 61:1              76 (2014) #1 2.

Richard J. Dillon, “Mark 1:1-15:  `New Evangelization’?”

 

                                                              Isaiah 61:1              76 (2014) #4 779.

Timothy Milinovich, review of Petr Pokorný, From the Gospel to the Gospels:  History, Theology and Impact of the Biblical Term `Euangelion’

 

                                                              Isaiah 61:1-3           77 (2015) #1 144, 146.

Burkard M. Zapff, review of Sandra Labouvie, Gottesknecht und neuer David:  Der Heilsmittler für Zion und sine Frohbotschaft nach Jesaja 60-62

 

                                                              Isaiah 6 1:1-2

Michael Peppard, “Paul Would Be Proud:  The New Testament and Jewish-Gentile Respect”

Theological Studies, Vol. 76, No. 2 (June 2015) 262.

 

          39       Luke 1:46-48, 49-50, 53-54  

 

                                                              Luke 1:42-55

Teresa Okure, S.H.C.J., “Jesus and the Samaritan Woman (Jn 4:1-42) in Africa”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 2 (June 2009) 404.

 

          39           Isaiah 61:10b                 Isa 61:1-4              66 (2004) #4 669

Benedict T. Viviano, O.P., review of Michel Talbot, "Heurex les doux, car its hériteront la terre":

 

          40       1 Thessalonians 5:16-24        1 Thess 5:11               62 (2000) #1 70

Robert A. J. Gagnon, Why the "Weak" at Rome Cannot Be Non-Christian Jews

 

                                                              1 Thess 5:12         66 (2004) #4 588

Joseph A. Fitzmyer, S.J., "The Structured Ministry of the Church in the Pastoral Epistles”

 

                                                              1 Thess 5:23

Alan C. Mitchell, review of Chris VanLandingham, Judgment and Justification in Early Judaism and the Apostle Paul

Theological Studies, Vol. 69, No. 3(September 2008) 683.

 

                                                              1 Thess 5:23           72 (2010) #4 832.

George T. Montague, S.M., review of John R. Levison, Filled with the Spirit

 

                                                              1 Thess 5:23           73 (2011) #3 542.

Margaret Y. MacDonald and Leif E. Vaage, “Unclean but Holy Children:  Paul’s Everyday Quandary in 1 Corinthians 7:14c”

 

 

                                                              1 Thess 5:23           73 (2011) #1 164.

Stanley Stowers, review of George H. Van Kooten, Paul’s Anthropology in Context:  The Image of  God, Assimilation to God, and Tripartite Man in Ancient Judaism, Ancient Philosophy and Early Christianity

 

                                                              1 Thess 5:12-24      76 (2014) #3 498-499, 503-504, 510.

Timothy Milinovich, “Memory and Hope in the Midst of Chaos:  Reconsidering the Structure of 1 Thessalonians”

 

                                                              1 Thess 5:23           78 (October 2016) #4 713.

Michael Winger, “The Meaning of Pneuma in the Letters of Paul:  A Linguistic analysis of Sense and Reference”

 

                                                              1 Tthess 5:21

Joshua R. Brown, “Strange Companions?  Hans Urs von Balthasar as Resource for Comparative Theology”

Theological Studies, Vol. 78, No. 2 (June 2017) 383.

 

          41       Isaiah 61:1 (cited in Luke 4:18)      Isaiah

 

          42       John 1:6-8, 19-28    John 1:27                           54 (1992) #3 488.

Robert H. Stein, "The Matthew-Luke Agreements Against Mark: Insight from John”

 

                                                              John 1:20              41 (1979) #2 288-291.

Edwin D. Freed, "Ego Eimi in John 1:20 and 4:25"

 

                                                              John 1:1-18           65 (2003) #1 4, 9, 16.

Francis J. Moloney, S.D.B., "Raymond Brown's New Introduction to the Gospel of John A Presentation—And Some Questions"

 

                                                              John 1:7 (bis)        56 (1994) #3 523, 524.

Loren L. Johns and Douglas B. Miller, "The Signs as Witnesses in the Fourth Gospel: Reexamining the Evidence”

 

                                                              John 1:1-18, 23     67 (2005) #3 457, 460, 462, 464.

Francis J. Moloney, S.D.B., "The Gospel of John as Scripture,"

 

                                                              John 1:1-18           67 (2005) #3 541.

Craig L. Blomberg, review of Daniel Rathnakara Sadananda, The Johannine Exegesis of God: An Exploration into the Johannine Understanding of God

 

                                                              John 1:19-34         68 (2006) #1 150.

Craig R. Koester, review of Andreas J. KostenbergerKöstenberger, John

 

                                                              John 1:19—2:12    70 (2008) #1 160.

Alice L. Laffey, review of Maurizio Marcheselli, "Avete qualcosa da mangiare?" Un pasto, il Risorto, la comunità

 

                                                              John 1:1-17           70 (2008) #1 203.

Craig R. Koester, review of Francisco Lozada, Jr., and Tom Thatcher (eds.), New Currents through John: A Global Perspective

 

                                                              John 1:23                71 (2009) #1 85, 91.

Tobias HägerlandHagerland, “The Power of Prophecy: A Septuagintal Echo in John 20:19-23.”

 

                                                              John 1:28                70 (2008) #3 590.

Richard I. Pervo, review of Paul N. Anderson, The Fourth Gospel and the Quest for Jesus: Modern Foundations Reconsidered

 

                                                              John 1:1-13             71 (2009) #3 639.

Elizabeth Struthers Malbon, review of Brendan Byrne, S.J., A Costly Freedom: A Theological Reading of Mark’s Gospel

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                                                              John 1:7                  72 (2010) #1 139.

Lance Byron Richey, review of Mary L. Coloe, Dwelling in the Household of God:  Johannine Ecclesiology and Spirituality

 

                                                                        John 1:1-18             72 (2010) #1 140.

William Adler, review, Ronald Cox, By the Same Word:  Creation and Salvation in Hellenistic Judaism and Early Christianity

 

                                                              John 1:1-18             73 (2011) #1 102, 103.

Michael Peppard, “Adopted and Begotten Sons of God:  Paul and John on Divine Sonship”

 

                                                              John 1:4-8               74 (2012) #3 525.

J. R. Daniel Kirk, “Time for Figs, Temple Destruction, and Houses of Prayer in Mark 11:12-25”

 

                                                              John 1:14

Gioacchino Campese, C.S., “The Irruption of Migrants:  Theology of Migration in the 21st Century”

Theological Studies, Vol. 73, No. 1 (March 2012) 22.

 

                                                              John 1:19-51           75 (2013) #1 148.

Mary L. Coloe, review of Nicholas Farelly, The Disciples in the Fourth Gospel:  A Narrative Analysis of Their Faith and Understanding

 

                                                              John 1:19-36           76 (2014) #1 7.

Richard J. Dillon, “Mark 1:1-15:  `New Evangelization’?”

 

                                                              John 1:26                76 (2014) #3 547.

Lance Byron Richey, review of Sebastian A. Carnazzo, Seeing Blood and Water:   A Narrative-Critical Study of John 19:34

 

                                                              John 1:8                  76 (2014) #3 573.

Earl Muller, S.J., review of Elizabeth E. Shively, Apocalyptic Imagination in the Gospel of Mark:  The Literary and Theological Role of Mark 3:22-30

 

                                                              John 1:1-14

Thomas Hughson, S.J., “Creation as an Ecumenical Problem:  Renewed belief through Green Experience”

Theological Studies, Vol. 75, No. 4 (December 2014) 823, 845.

 

                                                              John 1:21                78 (October 2016) #4 690.

José Enrique Aguilar Chiu, “A Theological Reading of exepneusen in Mark 15:37,39”

 

                                                              John 1:1-18             78 (October 2016) #4 793.

Kendra Haloviak Valentine, review of Christopher W. Skinner, Reading John

 

009C  44       Zephaniah 3:14-18 a        

 

          45       Isaiah 12:2-3, 4, 5-6

 

          46       Philippians 4:4-7                Phil 4:4-7                64 (2002) #1 122

Craig R. Koester, Hebrews, Rhetoric, and the Future of Humanity

 

                                                              Phil 4:8                   70 (2008) #2 305.

Michael M. Winter, "Theological Alterations in the Syriac Translation of Ben Sira"

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                                                              Phil 4:4

Fr. Richard Tomasek, S.J., “In Processu:  Spiritual formation”

Homiletic & Pastoral Review , 90 # 10 (August/September 2010)  82.

 

                                                              Phil 4:7                   75 (2013) #4 819, 820.

Eugene Hensell, O.S.B., review of Peter R. Rodgers, Text and Story:  Narrative Studies in New Testament Textual Criticism

 

                                                              Phil 4:5                   77 (2015) #2 371.

John Gillman, review of Jeremy Gabrielson, Paul’s Non-Violent [sic] Gospel:  The Theological Politics of Pease in Paul’s Life and Letters

 

                                                              Phil 4:8

Robert Imbelli, review of Robert Barron, Exploring Catholic Theology:  Essays on God Liturgy, and Evangelization

Theological Studies, Vol. 77, No. 1 (March 2016) 250.

 

          47       Isaiah 61:1 (cited in Luke 4:18)          Isaiah

 

          48       Luke 3:10-18                     Luke 3:8-9               63 (2001) #1 8

Charles H. Talbert, “Paul, Judaism, and the Revisionists “

 

                                                              Luke 3:16                54 (1992) #3 488

Robert H. Stein, “The Matthew-Luke Agreements Against Mark: Insight from John”

 

                                                              Luke 3:7b-9             51 (1989) #2 262.

Craig A. Evans, "Jesus' Action in the Temple: Cleansing or Portent of Destruction?

 

                                                              Luke 3:7-17

Robert F. O’Toole, S.J., review of James L. Resseguie, Spiritual Landscape: Images of the Spiritual Life in the Gospel of Luke

Theological Studies, Vol. 66, No. 3 (September 2005) 712.

 

                                                              Luke 3:7-18             68 (2006) #3 477.

Richard J. Dillon, "The Benedictus in Micro- and Macrocontext"

 

                                                              Luke 3:12                69 (2007) #2 268.

Robert Doran, "The Pharisee and the Tax Collector: An Agonistic Story"

 

                                                              Luke 3:12-13           72 (2010) #1 1374.

F. Scott Spencer, review of Greg Carey, Sinners:  Jesus and His Earliest Followers

 

                                                              Luke 3:1-22             75 (2013) #1 171.

John T. Carroll, review of Jaroslav Rindoš, He of Whom It Is Written:  John the Baptist and Elijah in Luke

 

                                                              Luke 3:10-14           76 (2014) #2 357.

Harry T. Fleddermann, review of Ronald Jolliffe, with Gertraud Harb, Christoph Heil, Anneliese Felber, and Angelika Magnes, Q 11:46b, 52, 47-51, Woes against the Exegetes of the Law:  Wisdom’s Judgment on This Generation

 

                                                              Luke 3:11                77 (2015) #1 186.

Richard I Pervo, review of Beth M. Sheppard, The Craft of History and the Study of the New  Testament

 

                                                              Luke 3:14

Laurie Brink, O.P., review of Alexander Kyrychenko, The Roman Army and the Expansion of the Gospel:  The Role of the centurion in Luke-Acts

Theological Studies, Vol. 76, No. 4 (December 2015) 838.

 

                                                              Luke 3:12-14           78 (2016) #2 358.

F. Scott Spencer, review of Laurie R. Brink, Soldiers in Luke-Acts:  Engaging, Contradicting, and Transcending the Stereotypes

 

010A  50       Isaiah 7:10-14                   Isaiah 7                   48 (1986) #1 29.

Christopher T. Begg, "2 Kings 20:12-19 as an Element of the Deuteronomistic History

 

                                                              Isa 7:14                  55 (1993) #4 700.

John Paul Heil, "Ezekiel 34 and the Narrative Strategy of the Shepherd and Sheep Metaphor in Matthew

 

                                                              Isa 7:14                  64 (2002) #3 514.

Jeffrey A. Gibbs, "Israel Standing with Israel: The Baptism of Jesus in Matthew's Gospel (Matt 3:13-17)

 

                                                              Isaiah 7                   55 (1993) #1 14.

Richard J. Clifford, S.J., "The Unity of the Book of Isaiah and Its Cosmogonic Language

 

                                                              Isaiah 7:14              65 (2003) #3 327-347, 460-462.

Peter S. Williamson, "Catholic Principles for Interpreting Scripture

 

                                                              Isaiah 7:14              42 (1980) #1 55.

Alexander Globe, Some Doctrinal Variants in Matthew 1 and Luke 2, and the Authority of the Neutral Text

 

                                                              Isaiah 7:14              69 (2007) #1 190.

Steven L. Bridge, review of Steve Moyise and Maarten J. J. Menken (eds.), Isaiah in the New Testament

 

                                                              Isaiah 7:14

Anders Gerdmar, review of Melody D. Knowles, Esther Menn, John Pawlikowski, O.S.M., and Timothy J. Sandoval (eds.), Contesting Texts: Jews and Christians in Conversation About the Bible, Theological Studies, Vol. 69, No. 3(September 2008) 720.

 

                                                              Isa 11:1-9                71 (2009) #1 139.

Reed Lessing, review of Randall Heskett, Messianism within the Scriptural Scrolls of Isaiah

 

                                                              Isa 7:14                   72 (2010) #3 639.

Vincent Skemp, review of Alain Gignac and Anne Fortin (eds.), “Christ est mort pour nous”:  Études sémiotiques, feminists et sotériologiques en l’honneur d’Olivette Genest.

 

                                                              Isaiah &:14-16         73 (2011) #1 119.

H. G. M. Williamson, review of Rodrigo Franklin De Sousa, Eschatology and Messianism in LXX Isaiah 1—12

 

                                                              Isaiah 7:14              74 (2012) #4 723, 736.

Vincent A. Pizzuto, “The Structural Elegance of Mathew 1—2:  A Chiastic Proposal”

 

                                                              Isaiah 7:9                76 (2014) #1 58.

Walter Brueggemann and Davis Hankins, “The Affirmation of Prophetic Power and Deconstruction of Royal Authority in the Elisha Narratives”

 

                                                              Isaiah 7:14              76 (2014) #2 338.

H.G.M. Williamson, review of Christophe Rico, La mère de l’Enfant-Roi, Isaïe 7, 14” “Almâ” et “Parthenos” dans l’univers biblique.  Un point de vue

 

                                                             

Gerald O’Collins, S.J., review of André LaCocque, Jesus the Central Jew:  His Times and His People

Theological Studies, Vol. 77, No. 4 (December 2016) 950.

 

          51       Psalm 24:1-2, 3-4, 5-6       Ps 24:7                   50 (1988) #3 445.

Joel Marcus, "The Gates of Hades and the Keys of the Kingdom (Matt 16:18-19)”

 

                                                              Psalm 24                55 (1993) #1 4.

Richard J. Clifford, S.J., "The Unity of the Book of Isaiah and Its Cosmogonic Language”

 

                                                              Psalm 24                64 (2002) # 4 677, 679, 680, 681.

J. J. M. Roberts, "The Enthronement of Yhwh and David: The Abiding Theological Significance of the Kingship Language of the Psalms”

 

                                                              Psalm 24:6-7           65 (2003) #2 229.

Dennis Hamm, S.J., "The Tamid Service in Luke-Acts: The Cultic Background behind Luke's Theology of Worship (Luke 1:5-25; 18:9-14; 24:50-53; Acts 3:1; 10:3, 30)”

 

                                                              Psalm 24:10            67 (2005) #2 229

Joel S. Burnett, "The Question of Divine Absence in Israelite and West Semitic Religion”

 

                                                              Psalm 24:3-4

Dino Dozzi, "`Thus Says the Lord' The Gospel in the Writings of Saint Francis"

Greyfriars Review, Vol. 18, Supplement (2004) 115.

 

                                                              Psalm 24:1              75 (2013) #2 332.

Scott D. Mackie, “The Two Tables of the Law and Paul’s Ethical Methodology in 1 Corinthians 6:12-20 and 10:23—11:1”

 

                                                              Psalm 24:1-2           78 (2016) #1 123.

Nicholas R. Werse, “Second Temple Jewish Literary Traditions in 2 Peter”

 

                                                              Psalm 24:1

Michael S. Northcott, “Planetary Moral Economy and Creaturely Redemption in Laudato Si’

Theological Studies, Vol. 77, No. 4 (December 2016) 897.

 

          52       Romans 1:1-7                   Rom 1:3-4               63 (2001) #1 18.

Charles H. Talbert, "Paul, Judaism, and the Revisionists”

 

                                                              Rom 1:5-6               62 (2000) #1 66 ff.

Robert A. J. Gagnon, "Why the `Weak’ at Rome Cannot Be Non-Christian Jews

 

                                                              Rom 1:5                  64 (2002) #2 308.

R. Barry Matlock, "`Even the Demons Believe’: Paul and pistis Xristou"

 

                                                              Rom 1:3-4               65 (2003) #4 562, 563, 565, 567.

Joseph Plevnik S.J., "The Understanding of God at the Basis of Pauline Theology”

 

                                                              Rom 1:3-4               65 (2003) #1 81.

Brendan Byrne, S.J., "Jesus as Messiah in the Gospel of Luke: Discerning a Pattern of Correction”

 

                                                              Rom 1:3-4               65 (2003) #4 570.

William O. Walker, Jr., "Galatians 2:7b-8 as a Non-Pauline Interpolation”

 

                                                              Rom 1:5

Kilian McDonnell, O.S.B., “Feminist Mariologies: Heteronomy/Subordination and the Scandal of Christology”

Theological Studies, Vol. 66, No. 3 (September 2005) 534.

 

                                                              Rom 1:5                  68 (2006) #2 284, 285.

Charles H. Cosgrove, "Did Paul Value Ethnicity?"

 

                                                              Rom 1:1

Frank J. Matera, "Christ in the Theologies of Paul and John: A Study in the Diverse Unity of New Testament Theology"

Theological Studies, Vol. 67, No. 2 (June 2006) 240, 245.

 

                                                              Rom 1:1                  68 (2006) #3 448, 451.

Brittany E. Wilson, "Pugnacious Precursors and the Bearer of Peace: Jael, Judith, and Mary in Luke 1:42"

 

                                                              Rom 1:3-4               68 (2006) #3 475.

Richard J. Dillon, "The Benedictus in Micro- and Macrocontext"

 

                                                              Rom 1:3-4

Pheme Perkins, review of Martin Hengel und Anna Maria Schwemer, Der Messianische Anspruch Jesu und die Anfange der Christologie:  Vier Studien

Theological Studies, Vol. 66, No. 2 (June 2005) 446.

 

                                                              Rom 1:3-4               29 (1967) #3 460.

Bernardin Schneider, O.F.M., "The Corporate Meaning and Background of 1 Cor 15,45b—`O Eschatos Adam eis Pneuma Zoiopoioun" as found at http://63.136.1.22/pls/eli/ashow?ishid=n0008-7912_029_03&lcookie=2792486&npage=450-467 070115.

 

                                                              Rom 1:4                  70 (2008) #2 321.

Clint Tibbs, "The Spirit (World) and the (Holy) Spirits among the Earliest Christians: 1 Corinthians 12 and 14 as a Test Case."

 

                                                              Rom 1:5                  70 (2008) #3 535.

Kenneth Schenck, "2 Corinthians and the PistiV Cristou Debate"

 

                                                              Rom 1:3                  70 (2008) #3 587-588.

Susan Smith, review of Adolphus Chinedu Amadi-Azuogu, Gender and Ministry in Early Christianity and the Church Today

 

                                                              Rom 1:5

James F. Keenan, S.J., “Fundamental Moral Theology: Tradition”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 1 (March 2009) 143.

 

                                                              Rom 1:7                  74 (2012) #2 394

Andrew Gregory, review of Richard I. Pervo, The Making of Paul:  Constructions of the Apostle in Early Christianity

 

                                                             Rom 1:3-4               74 (2012) #3 613.

Victor Paul Furnish, review of Frank J. Matera, Romans

 

                                                              Rom 1:7                  75 (2013) #2 325.

Scott D. Mackie, “The Two Tables of the Law and Paul’s Ethical Methodology in 1 Corinthians 6:12-20 and 10:23—11:1”

 

                                                              Rom 1:1-17             75 (2013) #2 373.

Ronald D. Witherup, S.S., Chantal Reynier, Pour lire la lettre de Saint Paul aux Romains

 

                                                              Rom 1:3-4               75 (2013) #3 580.

Victor Paul Furnish, review of Arland J. Hultgren, Paul’s Letter to the Romans:  A Commentary

 

                                                              Rom 1:3                  76 (2014) #4 666, 681.

Stephen C. Carlson, “The Davidic Key for Counting the Generations in Matthew 1:17”

 

                                                              Rom 1:3-4               76 (2014) #1 2.

Richard J. Dillon, “Mark 1:1-15:  `New Evangelization’?”

 

                                                              Rom 1:3-4               76 (2014) #4 779.

Timothy Milinovich, review of Petr Pokorný, From the Gospel to the Gospels:  History, Theology and Impact of the Biblical Term `Euangelion’

 

                                                              Rom 1:1-17             76 (2014) #4 781-782.

Warren Carter, review of Jan E. Rock, Paul’s Letter to the Romans and Roman Imperialism:  An Ideological Analysis of the Exordium (Romans 1:1-17)

 

                                                              Rom 1:3-4               77 (2015) #1 207-217.

Matthew W. Bates, “A Christology of Incarnation and Enthronement:  Romans 1:3-4 as Unified, Nonadoptionist, and Nonconciliatory”

 

                                                              Rom 1:1-4               77 (2015) #3 476.

Max Botner, “The Role of Transcriptional Probability in the Next-Critical Debate on Mark 1:1”

 

                                                              Rom 1:1-7               77 (2015) #3 565.

James Swetnam, S.J., review of Romano Penna, Carta a los Romanos:  Introducción, version y comentario

 

                                                              Rom 1:5                  77 (2015) #4 722.

Georges Massinelli, O.F.M., “Christ and the Law in Romans 10:4”

 

                                                              Rom 1:1-15             78 (2016) #1 173.

David R. Bauer, review of Georg Rubel, Paulus und Rom:  Historische, rezeptionsgeschichtliche und archäologische Aspekte zum letzten Lebensabschnitt des Völkerapostels

 

                                                              Rom 1:4                  78 (October 2016) #4 714, 716.

Michael Winger, “The Meaning of Pneuma in the Letters of Paul:  A Linguistic analysis of Sense and Reference”

 

                                                              Rom 1:5-6               78 (October 2016) #4 789.

Benjamin White, review of Rafael Rodríguez, If you call Yourself a Jew:  Reappraising Paul’s Letter to the Romans

 

                                                              Rom 1:3                  78 (October 2016) #4 791.

Wendell Willis, review of V. George Shillington, James and Paul:  The Politics of Identity at the Turn of the Ages

 

                                                              Romans 1:3

Gerald O’Collins, S.J., review of André LaCocque, Jesus the Central Jew:  His Times and His People

Theological Studies, Vol. 77, No. 4 (December 2016) 949.

 

                                                              Rom 1:3                  79 (January 2017) #1, 80-84, 86-88, 91-93, 95.

John R. Coulson, “Jesus and the Spirit in Paul’s Theology:  The Earthly Jesus”

 

          53       Matthew 1:18-24               Matt 1:18-25            60 (1998) #2 294

John Nolland, "The Sources for Matthew 2:1-12”

 

                                                              Matt 1:21                62 (2000) #2 274 ff

Douglas R. A. Hare, "How Jewish Is the Gospel of Matthew?”

 

                                                              Matt 1:21, 23           57 (1995) #3 529

Warren Carter, "Recalling the Lord's Prayer: The Authorial Audience and Matthew's Prayer as Familiar Liturgical Experience”

 

                                                              Matt 1:19                41 (1979) #4 547-551

Angelo Tosato, Joseph, "Being a Just Man (Matt 1:19)”

 

                                                              Matt 1:1—2:6          44 (1982) #4 571

W.R.G. Loader, Son of David, "Blindness, Possession, and Duality in Matthew”

 

                                                              Matt 1:21                57 (1995) #4 705

Terence L. Donaldson, "The Law That Hangs (Matthew 22:40): Rabbinic Formulation and Matthean Social World”

 

                                                              Matt 1:22-23            65 (2003) #3.327-347, 460-462.

Peter S. Williamson, "Catholic Principles for Interpreting Scripture”

 

                                                              Matt 1:18-25            42 (1980) #1 52-72

Alexander Globe, "Some Doctrinal Variants in Matthew 1 and Luke 2, and the Authority of the Neutral Text”

 

                                                              Matt 1:21                49 (1987) # 1 71, 73

Jack Dean Kingsbury, "The Developing Conflict between Jesus and the Jewish Leaders in Matthew's Gospel: A Literary-Critical Study”

 

                                                              Matt 1:21                68 (2006) #2 248-267.

Boris Repschinski, "For He Will Save His People from Their Sins" (Matthew 1:21): A Christology for Christian Jews

 

                                                              Matt 1:19                69 (2007) #1 78.

Daniel W. Ulrich, “The Missional Audience of the Gospel of Matthew”

 

                                                              Matt 1:18-23

Edward P. Hahnenberg, “The Ministerial Priesthood and Liturgical Anamnesis in the Thought of Edward J. Kilmartin, S.J.”

Theological Studies, Vol. 66, No. 2 (June 2005), 260.

 

                                                              Matt 1:21-23            69 (2007) #3 578.

Boris Repschinski, review of Peter Fiedler, Das Matthausevangelium

 

                                                              Matt 1:21, 23

Paul Lawrence, The IVP Atlas of Bible History

Downers Grove, Illinois,  InterVarsity Press, 2006, 137.

 

                                                             Matt 1:21                70 (2008) #1 83.

Catherine Sider Hamilton, "`His Blood Be upon Us': Innocent Blood and the Death of Jesus in Matthew"

 

                                                             Matt 1:18-25            70 (2008) #1 135.

Donald Senior, C.P., review of Dale C. Allison, Jr., Studies in Matthew: Interpretation Past and Present

 

                                                              Matt 1:18                 70 (2008) #2 308.

Michael M. Winter, "Theological Alterations in the Syriac Translation of Ben Sira"

 

Matt 1:21                 70 (2008) #4 836.

Walter T. Wilson, review of Matthias Konradt, Israel, Kirche und die Volker im Matthausevangelium

 

                                                              Matt 1:20-21            71 (2009) #3 516.

Leroy Andrew Huizenga, “Obedience unto Death: The Matthean Gethsemane and Arrest Sequence and the Aqedah”

 

                                                              Matt 1:21               

John D. Dadosky, “Woman without Envy:  Toward Reconceiving the Immaculate Conception”

Theological Studies, Vol. 72, No. 1 (March 2011) 20.

 

                                                              Matthew 1:18-25    

Thomas M. Finn, “Sex and Marriage in the Sentences of Peter Lombard”

Theological Studies, Vol. 72, No. 1 (March 2011) 62.

 

                                                              Matt 1:20-23            73 (2011) #2 300.

Andrew R. Angel, “Crucifixus Vincens: The “Son of God” as Divine Warrior in Matthew”

 

011B  54-5    2 Samuel 7:1-5, 8 b-12, 14 a, 16    2 Sam 7:5               62 (2000) #3 409

John Kessler, "Sexuality and Politics: The Motif of the Displaced Husband in the Books of Samuel”

 

                                                              2 Samuel 7              48 (1986) #1 28

Christopher T. Begg, "2 Kings 20:12-19 as an Element of the Deuteronomistic History”

 

                                                              2 Sam 7:10             49 (1987) #2 206

Bernard F. Batto, "The Covenant of Peace: A Neglected Ancient Near Eastern Motif”

 

                                                              2 Samuel 7              59 (1997) #2 244-269

Antti Laato, "Second Samuel 7 and Ancient Near Eastern Royal Ideology”

 

                                                              2 Sam 11:1             63 (January 2001) #1 28, 29.

Anthony R. Ceresko, O.S.F.S., "The Identity of `the Blind and the Lame’ (iwwer upisseah) in 2 Samuel 5:8b”

 

                                                              2 Sam 7:14-15         69 (2007) #4 685.

Matthew R. Schlimm, "Different Perspectives on Divine Pathos: An Examination of Hermeneutics in Biblical Theology"

 

                                                              2 Sam 7:14             70 (2008) #1 117.

Edwin C. Hostetter, review of Edward P. Meadors, Idolatry and the Hardening of the Heart: A Study in Biblical Theology

 

                                                              2 Sam 7:1               70 (2008) #2 256.

Matthew J. Lynch, "Zion's Warrior and the Nations: Isaiah 59:15 b—63:6 in Isaiah's Zion Traditions"

 

                                                              2 Sam 7:8               71 (2009) #2 425.

Daniel W. Ulrich, review of Joel Willitts, Matthew’s Messianic Shepherd-King: In Search of `The Lost Sheep of the House of Israel’

 

                                                              2 Sam 7:4               71 (2009) #3 607.

John T. Willis, review of Wilda C. Gafney, Daughters of Miriam: Women Prophets in Ancient Israel

 

                                                              2 Sam 7:1-17

Daniel G. Groody, C.S.C., “Crossing the Divide:  Foundations of a Theology of Migration and Refugees”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 3 (September 2009) 658.

 

                                                              2 Sam 7:5               72 (2010) #3 451.

Michael J. Chan, “Isaiah 65—66 and the Genesis of Reorienting Speech”

 

                                                              2 Sam 7:14             73 (2011) #1 93.

Michael Peppard, “Adopted and Begotten Sons of God:  Paul and John on Divine Sonship”

 

                                                              2 Sam 7:14  

Joseph G. Mueller, S.J., “Christian and Jewish Tradition behind Tyconius’s Doctrine of the church as Corpus Bipertitum”

Theological Studies, Vol. 73, No. 2 (June 2012) 295.

 

                                                              2 Sam 7:12             75 (2013) #2 250.

Gianni Barbiero, “Psalm 132:  A Prayer of `Solomon’”

 

                                                              2 Sam 7:14             75 (2013) #3 511.

Kevin B. McCruden, “The Eloquent Blood of Jesus:  The Neglected Theme of the Fidelity of Jesus in Hebrews 12:24”

 

                                                              2 Sam 7:12-13         79 (January 2017) #1, 5, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16.

Leslie J. Hoppe, OFM, “The Strategy of the Deuteronomistic History:  A Proposal”

 

                                                              2 Sam 7:14             79 (January 2017) #1, 94.

John R. Coulson, “Jesus and the Spirit in Paul’s Theology:  The Earthly Jesus”

 

          55           Psalm 89:2-3, 4-5, 27, 29     Psalm 89               62 (2000) #4 665

Adrian M. Leske, Context and Meaning of Zechariah 9:9

 

                                                              Psalm 89: 29-37    50 (1988) #3 405

Jeffrey S. Rogers, Narrative Stock and Deuteronomistic Elaboration in 1 Kings 2

 

                                                              Psalm 89:29          64 (2002) #2 291

Vincent M. Smiles, The Concept of "Zeal" in Second-Temple Judaism and Paul's Critique of It in Romans 10:2

 

                                                              Psalm 89:19-37     64 (2002) #3 477 and 487.

Sue Gillingham, From Liturgy to Prophecy: The Use of Psalmody in Second Temple Judaism

 

                                                              Psalm 89               55 (1993) #1 4, 14.

Richard J. Clifford, S.J., The Unity of the Book of Isaiah and Its Cosmogonic Language

 

                                                              Psalm 89:39-42     64 (2002) # 4 693.

Louise Joy Lawrence, "For truly, I tell you, they have received their reward" (Matt 6:2): Investigating Honor Precedence and Honor Virtue

 

                                                              Psalm 89:20-38     66 (2004) #3 362

Dale Launderville, O.S.B., Ezekiel's Throne-Chariot Vision: Spiritualizing the Model of Divine Royal Rule

 

                                                              Psalm 89               66 (2004) # 4 540

Lawrence Boadt, C.S.P., The Use of "Panels" in the Structure of Psalms 73—78

 

                                                              Psalm 89               67 (2005) #2 237-241.

Melody D. Knowles, "The Flexible Rhetoric of Retelling: The Choice of David in the Texts of the Psalms"

 

                                                              Psalm 89:3            68 (2006) #3 441, 451.

Brittany E. Wilson, "Pugnacious Precursors and the Bearer of Peace: Jael, Judith, and Mary in Luke 1:42"

 

                                                              Psalm 89:27, 28 (26, 29)              61(1999) # 2 242.

John Goldingay, "The Compound Name in Isaiah 9:5(6)"

 

                                                              Psalm 88:26-27     69 (2007) #1 30, 31.

Karl A. Kuhn, “The `One like a Son of Man’ Becomes the `Son of God’”

 

                                                              Psalm 89:4            69 (2007) #1 46.

Jeremy Corley, “A Numerical Structure in Sirach 44:1—50:24”

 

                                                              Psalm 89:1-6, 8-9

André Ménard, O.F.M. Cap., "The Spirituality of Transitus in the Writings of St. Bonaventure" Greyfriars Review, Vol. 18, No. 1 (2004) 36.

 

                                                             Psalm 89:26-30       70 (2008) #3 488.

Michael H. Floyd, "Welcome Back, Daughter of Zion!"

 

                                                              Psalm 89:19-37       73 (2011) #1 93.

Michael Peppard, “Adopted and Begotten Sons of God:  Paul and John on Divine Sonship”

 

                                                              Psalm 89:4              75 (2013) #2 250, 252.

Gianni Barbiero, “Psalm 132:  A Prayer of `Solomon’”

 

                                                              Psalm 89:4              76 (2014) #3 536.

Joseph F. Wimmer, O.S.A., review of Andreas Ruwe, Die Psalmen zum Betrachten, Studieren und Vorlesen:  Eine textanalytische Übersetzung 

 

 

                                                              Psalm 89:4              78 (2016) #1 126.

Nicholas R. Werse, “Second Temple Jewish Literary Traditions in 2 Peter”

 

                                                              Psalm 89:3              78 (2016) #1 7.

Barbara E. Reid, O.P., “The Gospel of Luke:  Friend or Foe of Women Proclaimers of the Word?”

 

          56           Romans 16:25-27          Romans 16:26       62 (2000) #1 66

Robert A. J. Gagnon, "Why the "Weak" at Rome Cannot Be Non-Christian Jews”

 

                                                              Rom 16:25            66 (2004) #2 261

Jeremy Corley, "The Pauline Authorship of 1 Corinthians 13”

 

                                                              Rom 16:26

Kilian McDonnell, O.S.B., “Feminist Mariologies: Heteronomy/Subordination and the Scandal of Christology”

Theological Studies, Vol. 66, No. 3 (September 2005) 534.

 

                                                              Rom 16:25-27                   71 (2009) #1 19.

Jerome H. Neyrey, S.J., “Lost in Translation: Did It Matter If Christians `Thanked’ God or `Gave God Glory’?,”

 

                                                              Rom 16:25-27                   71 (2009) #1 156.

Victor Paul Furnish, review of Paul Barnett, Paul: Missionary of Jesus

 

                                                              Rom 16:25-27                   71 (2009) #2 415.

Luke Timothy Johnson, review of Jerome H. Neyrey, S. J., Give God the Glory: Ancient Prayer and Worship in Cultural Perspective

 

                                                              Rom 16:25-26

Gustavo Gutiérrez (tr. Robert Lassalle-Klein with James Nickoloff and Susan Sullivan), “The Option for the Poor Arises from Faith in Christ”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 2 (June 2009) 319.

 

                                                              Rom 16:25-27         72 (2010) #4 836.

Casimir Bernas, O.C.S.O., review of Romano Penna, Volume 2, Rm6—11; Volume 3, Rm 12—16

 

                                                              Rom 16:25-27         74 (2012) #3 598.

Alicia J. Batten, review of Arthur J. Dewey, Roy W. Hoover, Lane C. McGaughey, and Daryl D. Schmidt (trans.), The Authentic Letters of Paul:  A New Reading of Paul’s Rhetoric and Meaning  The Scholars Version

 

                                                              Rom 16:24-27         75 (2013) #3 579.

Victor Paul Furnish, review of Arland J. Hultgren, Paul’s Letter to the Romans:  A Commentary

 

                                                              Romans 16:25-27    76 (2014) #4 754.

Ronald D. Witherup, S.S., review of Xavier Alegre Santamaría, Carta a los Romanos

 

                                                              Romans 16:26         77 (2015) #4 723.

Georges Massinelli, O.F.M., “Christ and the Law in Romans 10:4”

 

                                                              Rom 16:25-26         78 (2016) #1 83, 84.

T. J. Lang, “We Speak in a Mystery:  Neglected Greek Evidence for the Syntax and Sense of 1 Corinthians 2:7”

 

Luke 1:38     

 

          58       Luke 1:26-38                      Luke 1:35                54 (1992) #3 497

Robert H. Stein, The Matthew-Luke Agreements Against Mark: Insight from John

 

                                                              Luke 1:26-38           65 (2003) #1 83, 87.

Brendan Byrne, S.J., Jesus as Messiah in the Gospel of Luke: Discerning a Pattern of Correction

 

                                                              Luke 1:34                19 (1957) 329-342.

Christian P; Ceroke, O.Carm., “Luke 1:34 and Mary’s Virginity”

 

                                                              Luke 1:37                51 (1989) #1 15, 17.

Bruce J. Malina, “Christ and Time: Swiss or Mediterranean?”

 

                                                              Luke 1:38

Kilian McDonnell, O.S.B., “Feminist Mariologies: Heteronomy/Subordination and the Scandal of Christology,” Theological Studies, Vol. 66, No. 3 (September 2005) 533.

 

                                                              Luke 1:31-33           68 (2006) #1 153.

Darrell L. Bock, review of Kenneth Duncan Litwak, Echoes of Scripture in Luke-Acts: Telling the History of God’s People Intertextually

 

                                                              Luke 1:5-80             68 (2006) #3 441, 447, 449, 450, 452.

Brittany E. Wilson, "Pugnacious Precursors and the Bearer of Peace: Jael, Judith, and Mary in Luke 1:42"

 

                                                              Luke 1:26-56           68 (2006) #3 460, 461, 462, 476.

Richard J. Dillon, "The Benedictus in Micro- and Macrocontext"

 

                                                              Luke 1:35                68 (2006) #4 773

Robert C. Tannehill, review of Robert F. O'Toole, S.J., Luke's Presentation of Jesus: A Christology

 

                                                              Luke 1:31b-35         69 (2007) #1 22-42.

Karl A. Kuhn, “The `One like a Son of Man’ Becomes the `Son of God’”

 

                                                              Luke 1:35

Edward P. Hahnenberg, “The Ministerial Priesthood and Liturgical Anamnesis in the Thought of Edward J. Kilmartin, S.J.,

Theological Studies, Vol. 66, No. 2 (June 2005), 260.

 

                                                              Luke 1:27                70 (2008) #1 13.

Irene Nowell, O.S.B., Jesus' Great-Grandmothers: Matthew's Four and More"

 

                                                              Luke 1:36                70 (2008) #2 425.

Nuria Calduch-Benages, review of Armand Puig I Tárrech (ed.), Imatge de Déu

 

                                                              Luke 1:26-38

Virgilio Elizondo, "Jesus the Galilean Jew in Mestizo Theology"

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 2 (June 2009) 270.

 

                                                              Luke 1:26-27

Elizabeth A. Johnson, “Galilee: A Critical Matrix for Marian Studies”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 2 (June 2009) 329.

 

                                                              Luke 1:28-37           72 (2010) #4 764, 765.

Daniel A. Smith, “Seeing a Pneuma(tic Body):  The Apologetic Interests of Luke 24:36-43”

 

                                                              Luke 1:30b-33         72 (2010) #4 834.

Richard P. Thompson, review of Nils Neumann, Lukas und Menippos:  Hoheit und Niedrigkeit in Lk 1, 1—2,40 und in der menippeischen Literatur

 

                                                              Luke 1:38

Brian E. Daley, “Woman of Many Names:  Mary in Orthodox and Catholic Theology”

Theological Studies, Vol. 71, No. 3 (September 2010) 849.

 

                                                              Luke 1:35                73 (2011) #1 93.

Michael Peppard, “Adopted and Begotten Sons of God:  Paul and John on Divine Sonship”

 

                                                              Luke 1:28               

John D. Dadosky, “Woman without Envy:  Toward Reconceiving the Immaculate Conception”

Theological Studies, Vol. 72, No. 1 (March 2011) 19, 22, 39.

 

                                                              Luke 1:26-38          

Thomas M. Finn, “Sex and Marriage in the Sentences of Peter Lombard”

Theological Studies, Vol. 72, No. 1 (March 2011) 62.

 

                                                              Luke 1:35               

Margaret R. Pfeil, “Oscar Romero’s Theology of Transfiguration”

Theological Studies, Vol. 72, No. 1 (March 2011) 99.

 

 

                                                              Luke 1:28, 30-33, 35-37

Randall S. Rosenberg, “Christ’s Human Knowledge:  A Conversation with Lonergan and Balthasar”

Theological Studies, Vol. 71, No. 4 (December 2010) 818.

 

                                                              Luke 1:26-38           75 (2013) #3 493, 494, 496.

Karl Allen Kuhn, “Deaf or Defiant?  The Literary, Cultural, and Affective-Rhetorical Keys to the Naming of John (Luke 1:57-80)”

 

                                                              Luke 1:26-38           76 (2014) #3 469.

Andrés García Serrano, “Anna’s Characterization in Luke 2:36-38:  A Case of Conceptual Allusion?”

 

                                                              Luke 1:34, 38          78 (2016) #1 7, 10.

Barbara E. Reid, O.P., “The Gospel of Luke:  Friend or Foe of Women Proclaimers of the Word?”

 

                                                              Luke 1:26-38           78 (July 2016) #3 532.

Penny Wheeler, review of Yves Simoens, Homme et femme, de la Genèse à l’Apocalypse:  Textes, interprétations

 

                                                              Luke 1:31-35           79 (January 2017) #1, 80, 87, 92, 94.

John R. Coulson, “Jesus and the Spirit in Paul’s Theology:  The Earthly Jesus”

 

                                                              Luke 1:32                79 (2017) #1, 254.

Richard J. Dillon, “A Narrative Analysis of the Baptist’s Nativity in Luke 1”

 

012C  60       Micah 5:1-4a                     Mic 5:2                    60 (1998) #2 294 ff.

John Nolland, “The Sources for Matthew 2:1-12”

 

                                                              Micah 4—5              62 (2000) #4 646

Joyce Rilett Wood, “Speech and Action in Micah's Prophecy”

 

                                                              Mic 5:2                    62 (2000) #2 283

Mark D. Smith, “Of Jesus and Quirinius”

 

                                                              Mic 5:1                    55 (1993) #4 698-699

John Paul Heil, “Ezekiel 34 and the Narrative Strategy of the Shepherd and Sheep Metaphor in Matthew”

 

                                                              Micah 5                   63 (2001) #2 233-236, 238.

Randall E. Otto, “The Prophets and Their Perspective”

 

                                                              Mic 5:1-5                 64 (2002) # 4 683.

J. J. M. Roberts, “The Enthronement of Yhwh and David: The Abiding Theological Significance of the Kingship Language of the Psalms”

 

                                                              Mic 5:2

Paul Lawrence, The IVP Atlas of Bible History

Downers Grove, Illinois,  InterVarsity Press, 2006, 137.

 

                                                              Micah 5:3-14           70 (2008) #2 350.

Michael Weigl, review of Helmut Utzschneider, Micha

 

                                                              Micah 5:1-5             71 (2009) #2 425, 426.

Daniel W. Ulrich, review of Joel Willitts, Matthew’s Messianic Shepherd-King: In Search of `The Lost Sheep of the House of Israel’

 

          61       Psalm 80:2-3, 15-16, 18-19       Psalm 80:16b          65 (2003) #1 80.

Brendan Byrne, S.J., Jesus as Messiah in the Gospel of Luke: Discerning a Pattern of Correction

 

                                                              Psalm 80:18-20       39 (1977) #1 2, 15-16.

Alexander A. Di Lella, O.F.M., "One in Human Likeness and the Holy Ones of the Most High in Daniel 7*"

 

                                                              Psalm 80:16            75 (2013) #2 340.

Federico Giuntoli, review of Fabrizio Ficco, “Mio figlio sei tu” (Sal 2,7):  La relazione padre-figlio e il Salterio

 

                                                              Psalm 80:18            77 (2015) #4 749.

Davida Charney, review of Andrew Streett, The Vine and Son of Man:  Eschatological Interpretation of Psalm 80 in Early Judaism

 

          62       Hebrews 10:5-10               Heb 7:1—10:25       64 (2002) #1 112

Craig R. Koester, Hebrews, Rhetoric, and the Future of Humanity

 

                                                              Heb 10:9                 69 (2007) #4 748, 750.

Todd D. Still, "Christos as Pistos: The Faith(fulness) of Jesus in the Epistle to the Hebrews"

 

                                                              Heb 10:1-10            70 (2008) #1 154.

Pamela Eisenbaum, review of Lloyd Kim, Polemic in the Book of Hebrews: Anti-Judaism, Anti-Semitism, Supersessionism?

 

                                                              Heb 10:5-7              70 (2008) #3 530.

Kenneth Schenck, "2 Corinthians and the PistiV Cristou Debate"

 

                                                              Hebrews 10:9          73 (2011) #3 547. 

James W. Thompson, “The New Is Better:  A Neglected Aspect of the Hermeneutics of Hebrews”

 

                                                              Heb 10:2                 73 (2011) #3 550.

James W. Thompson, “The New Is Better:  A Neglected Aspect of the Hermeneutics of Hebrews”

 

                                                              Heb 10:5-10            73 (2011) #3 553, 558.

James W. Thompson, “The New Is Better:  A Neglected Aspect of the Hermeneutics of Hebrews”

 

                                                              Heb 10:9

Mary C. Boys, S.M.J.M., “What Nostra Aetate Inaugurated:  A Conversion to the `Providential Mystery of Otherness’”

Theological Studies, Vol. 74, No. 1 (March 2013) 92.

 

                                                              Heb 10:5-10            75 (2013) #3 512-519.

Kevin B. McCruden, “The Eloquent Blood of Jesus:  The Neglected Theme of the Fidelity of Jesus in Hebrews 12:24”

 

                                                              Heb 10:10               75 (2013) #4 708.

Benjamin J. Lappenga, “`Zealots for Good Works’:  The Polemical Repercussions of the Word zhlwthV in Titus 2:14”

 

                                                              Heb 10:5                 78 (October 2016) #4 764.

Christopher Seitz, review of Matthew W. Bates, The Birth of the Trinity:  Jesus, God and Spirit in New Testament and Early Christian Interpretations of the Old Testament

 

          62       Luke 1:38     

 

          63       Luke 1:39-45                     Luke 1:52                62 (2000) #1 51

Benedict T. Viviano, O.P., “The Least in the Kingdom: Matthew 11:11, Its Parallel in Luke 7:28 (Q) and Daniel 4:14”

 

                                                              Luke 1:57-59           52 (1990) #3 469.

Neil J. McEleney, C.S.P., Peter's Denials—How Many? To Whom?

 

                                                              Luke 1:42                68 (2006) #3 436-456.

Brittany E. Wilson, "Pugnacious Precursors and the Bearer of Peace: Jael, Judith, and Mary in Luke 1:42"

 

                                                              Luke 1:5-80             68 (2006) #3 441, 447, 449, 450, 452.

Brittany E. Wilson, "Pugnacious Precursors and the Bearer of Peace: Jael, Judith, and Mary in Luke 1:42"

 

                                                              Luke 1:26-56           68 (2006) #3 460, 461, 462.

Richard J. Dillon, "The Benedictus in Micro- and Macrocontext"

 

                                                              Luke 1:39-49

Nicholas E. Denysenko, "The Soteriological Significance of the Feast of Mary's Birth”

Theological Studies, Vol. 68, No. 4. (December 2007) 751.

 

                                                              Luke 1:42                70 (2008) #1 13.

Irene Nowell, O.S.B., Jesus' Great-Grandmothers: Matthew's Four and More"

 

                                                              Luke 1:42-55

Teresa Okure, S.H.C.J., “Jesus and the Samaritan Woman (Jn 4:1-42) in Africa”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 2 (June 2009) 404.

 

                                                              Luke 1:45                72 (2010) #3 515.

David M. Miller, “Seeing the Glory, Hearing the Son:  The Function of the Wilderness Theophany Narratives in Luke 9:28-36”

 

                                                              Luke 1:42bc            72 (2010) #4 834.

Richard P. Thompson, review of Nils Neumann, Lukas und Menippos:  Hoheit und Niedrigkeit in Lk 1, 1—2,40 und in der menippeischen Literatur

 

                                                              Luke 1:42                73 (2011) #1 90.

Karina Martin Hogan, “Mother Earth as a Conceptual Metaphor in 4 Ezra”

 

                                                              Luke 1:42               

John D. Dadosky, “Woman without Envy:  Toward Reconceiving the Immaculate Conception”

Theological Studies, Vol. 72, No. 1 (March 2011) 22.

 

                                                              Luke 1:41, 44          79 (2017) #1, 248.

Richard J. Dillon, “A Narrative Analysis of the Baptist’s Nativity in Luke 1”

 

013ABC        The Nativity of the Lord (Christmas)

          67-8    Isaiah 62:1-5                      Isa 62:3                  62 (2000) #4 670 ff

Adrian M. Leske, "Context and Meaning of Zechariah 9:9”

 

                                                              Isaiah 60—62          55 (1993) #1 16, 17.

Richard J. Clifford, S.J., The Unity of the Book of Isaiah and Its Cosmogonic Language

 

                                                              Isa 62:4                  65 (2003) #1 50.

Saul M. Oylan, "`We Are Utterly Cut Off\’": Some Possible Nuances of [Hebrew] in Ezek 37:11

 

                                                              Isa 62:5                  61 (1999) #2 252

J. Ross Wagner, From the Heavens to the Heart: The Dynamics of Psalm 19 as Prayer

 

                                                              Isaiah 62:1-5           70 (2008) #2 244-263.

Matthew J. Lynch, "Zion's Warrior and the Nations: Isaiah 59:15b—63:6 in Isaiah's Zion Traditions"

 

                                                              Isaiah 62:4    70 (2008) #2 258.

Matthew J. Lynch, "Zion's Warrior and the Nations: Isaiah 59:15b—63:6 in Isaiah's Zion Traditions"

 

                                                              Isaiah 62:1-5           70 (2008) #3 495, 503.

Michael H. Floyd, "Welcome Back, Daughter of Zion!"

 

                                                              Isaiah 65:1

Joseph G. Mueller, S.J., “Christian and Jewish Tradition behind Tyconius’s Doctrine of the church as Corpus Bipertitum”

Theological Studies, Vol. 73, No. 2 (June 2012) 293.

 

                                                              Isaiah 62:1-2, 4b, 5 77 (2015) #1 145.

Burkard M. Zapff, review of Sandra Labouvie, Gottesknecht und neuer David:  Der Heilsmittler für Zion und sine Frohbotschaft nach Jesaja 60-62

 

                                                              Isa 62:1-12              77 (2015) #4 649.

Michael A. Lyons, “Psalm 22 and the `Servants’ of Isaiah 54; 56—66”

 

                                                             Isaiah 62:5              77 (2015) #4 657-667.

Paul V. Niskanen, “Who Is Going to Marry You?  The Text of Isaiah 62:5”

 

          68       Psalm 89:4-5, 16-17, 27, 29      Psalm 89                62 (2000) #4 665

Adrian M. Leske, Context and Meaning of Zechariah 9:9

 

                                                              Psalm 89: 29-37      50 (1988) #3 405

Jeffrey S. Rogers, Narrative Stock and Deuteronomistic Elaboration in 1 Kings 2

 

                                                              Psalm 89:29            64 (2002) #2 291

Vincent M. Smiles, The Concept of "`Zeal" in Second-Temple Judaism and Paul's Critique of It in Romans 10:2

 

                                                              Psalm 89:16            60 (1998) #3 451, 462

John S. Kselmann, S.S. and Michael L. Barré, S.S., Psalm 55: Problems and Proposals

 

                                                              Psalm 89:19-37       64 (2002) #3 477-487.

Sue Gillingham, From Liturgy to Prophecy: The Use of Psalmody in Second Temple Judaism

 

                                                              Psalm 89      55 (1993) #1 4, 14.

Richard J. Clifford, S.J., The Unity of the Book of Isaiah and Its Cosmogonic Language

 

                                                              Psalm 89:39-42       64 (2002) # 4 693.

Louise Joy Lawrence, "`For truly, I tell you, they have received their reward" (Matt 6:2): Investigating Honor Precedence and Honor Virtue

 

                                                              Psalm 89:20-38       66 (2004) #3 362

Dale Launderville, O.S.B., Ezekiel's Throne-Chariot Vision: Spiritualizing the Model of Divine Royal Rule

 

                                                              Psalm 89      66 (2004) # 4 540

Lawrence Boadt, C.S.P., The Use of "`Panels" in the Structure of Psalms 73—78

 

                                                              Psalm 89      67 (2005) #2 237-241.

Melody D. Knowles, "The Flexible Rhetoric of Retelling: The Choice of David in the Texts of the Psalms"

 

                                                              Psalm 89:5-7 45 (1983) #1 50.

G. R. Beasley-Murray, "The Interpretation of Daniel 7"

 

                                                              Psalm 89:3    68 (2006) #3 448, 451.

Brittany E. Wilson, "Pugnacious Precursors and the Bearer of Peace: Jael, Judith, and Mary in Luke 1:42"

 

                                                              Psalm 89:27, 28 (26, 29)    61 (1999) #2 242.

John Goldingay, "The Compound Name in Isaiah 9:5(6)"

 

                                                              Psalm 89:26-27       69 (2007) #1 30, 31.

Karl A. Kuhn, “The `One like a Son of Man’ Becomes the `Son of God’”

 

                                                              Psalm 89:4              69 (2007) #1 46.

Jeremy Corley, “A Numerical Structure in Sirach 44:1—50:24”

 

                                                              Psalm 89:1-6, 8-9

André Ménard, O.F.M. Cap., "The Spirituality of Transitus in the Writings of St. Bonaventure"

Greyfriars Review, Vol. 18, No. 1 (2004) 36.

 

                                                              Psalm 89:26-30       70 (2008) #3 488.

Michael H. Floyd, "Welcome Back, Daughter of Zion!"

 

                                                              Psalm 89:19-37       73 (2011) #1 93.

Michael Peppard, “Adopted and Begotten Sons of God:  Paul and John on Divine Sonship”

 

                                                              Psalm 89:4              75 (2013) #2 250, 252.

Gianni Barbiero, “Psalm 132:  A Prayer of `Solomon’”

 

                                                              Psalm 89:4              76 (2014) #3 536.

Joseph F. Wimmer, O.S.A., review of Andreas Ruwe, Die Psalmen zum Betrachten, Studieren und  Vorlesen:  Eine textanalytische Übersetzung

 

                                                              Psalm 89:4              78 (2016) #1 126.

Nicholas R. Werse, “Second Temple Jewish Literary Traditions in 2 Peter”

 

          69       Acts 13:16-17, 22-25         Acts 13:22-36          62 (2000) #3 409

John Kessler, "Sexuality and Politics: The Motif of the Displaced Husband in the Books of Samuel

 

                                                              Acts 13;24-25          41 (1979) #2 290.

Edwin D. Freed, "Ego Eimi in John 1:20 and 4:25"

 

                                                              Acts 13:24     52 (1990) #4 657.

Susan R. Garrett, "Exodus from Bondage: Luke 9:31 and Acts 12:1-24

 

                                                              Acts 13:13-52          68 (2006) #2 371

Kim Haines-Eitzen, review of Amy M. Donaldson and Timothy B. Sailors (eds.), New Testament Greek and Exegesis: Essays in Honor of Gerald F. Hawthorne

 

                                                              Acts 13:23, 32-37    68 (2006) #3 475.

Richard J. Dillon, "The Benedictus in Micro- and Macrocontext"

 

                                                              Acts 13:22-23          68 (2006) #4 773

Robert C. Tannehill, review of Robert F. O'Toole, S.J., Luke's Presentation of Jesus: A Christology

 

                                                              Acts 13:16-41          75 (2013) #4 821.

Marilyn Salmon, review of Wenxi Zhang, Paul among Jews:  A Study of the Meaning and Significance  of Paul’s Inaugural Sermon in the Synagogue of Antioch in Pisidia (Acts 13:16-41) for His Missionary Work among the Jews

 

                                                              Acts 13:16               78 (July 2016) #3 468.

Timothy W. Reardon, “Cleansing through Almsgiving in Luke-Acts:  Purity, Cornelius, and the Translation of Acts 15:9”

 

          70       Matthew 1:1-25                 Matt 1:18-25            60 (1998) #2 286

John Nolland, "The Sources for Matthew 2:1-12

 

                                                              Matt 1:1-17   62 (2000) #1 42

Benedict T. Viviano, O.P., "The Least in the Kingdom: Matthew 11:11, Its Parallel in Luke 7:28 (Q) and Daniel 4:14

 

                                                              Matt 1:18      57, #2

 

                                                              Matt 1:19      41, #4

 

                                                              Matt 1:1-17   59, #2

 

                                                              Matt 1:16      58 (1996) #4 665-689

John Nolland, "A Text-Critical Discussion of Matthew 1:16

 

                                                              Matt 1:23      62 (2000) #3 468

Mark Allan Powell, "The Magi as Kings: An Adventure in Reader-Response Criticism

 

                                                              Matt 1:23      57 (1995) #3 529

Warren Carter, "Recalling the Lord's Prayer: The Authorial Audience and Matthew's Prayer as Familiar Liturgical Experience

 

                                                              Matt. 1:1—4:16        40 (1978) #4 564, 566

Jack Dean Kingsbury, "Observations on the "`Miracle Chapters" of Matthew 8-9

 

                                                              Matt 1:1—2:6          44 (1982) #4 571

W.R.G. Loader, "Son of David, Blindness, Possession, and Duality in Matthew

 

                                                              Matt 1:21      55 (1993) #4 700-701

John Paul Heil, "Ezekiel 34 and the Narrative Strategy of the Shepherd and Sheep Metaphor in Matthew

 

                                                              Matthew 1:2-16       64 (2002) #2 259

Louis H. Feldman, "Philo’s View of Moses’ Birth and Upbringing

 

                                                              Matt 1:21      57 (1995) #4 705

Terence L. Donaldson, "The Law That Hangs (Matthew 22:40): Rabbinic Formulation and Matthean Social World

 

                                                              Matt 1:21                59 (1997) #2 288-305

Wim J. C. Weren, "The Five Women in Matthew’s Genealogy

 

                                                              Matt 1:18-20            64 (2002) #3 514 and 521.

Jeffrey A. Gibbs, Israel Standing with Israel: The Baptism of Jesus in Matthew's Gospel (Matt 3:13-17)

 

                                                              Matt 1:22-23            65 (2003) #3 327-347, 460-462.

Peter S. Williamson, "Catholic Principles for Interpreting Scripture

 

                                                              Matthew 1               42 (1980) # 1 52-72

Alexander Globe, "Some Doctrinal Variants in Matthew 1 and Luke 2, and the Authority of the Neutral Text

 

                                                              Matt 1:21                49 (1987) # 1 71, 73

Jack Dean Kingsbury, "The Developing Conflict between Jesus and the Jewish Leaders in Matthew's Gospel: A Literary-Critical Study

 

                                                              Matt 1:16, 18-25      42 (1980) #1 52-72

Alexander Globe, "Some Doctrinal Variants in Matthew 1 and Luke 2, and the Authority of the Neutral Text

 

                                                              Matt 1:11, 17           68 (2006) #2 239, 246.

Mark F. Whitters, "Jesus in the Footsteps of Jeremiah"

 

                                                              Mat 1:21                 68 (2006) #2 248-267.

Boris Repschinski, "For He Will Save His People from Their Sins" (Matthew 1:21): A Christology for Christian Jews

 

                                                              Matt 1:19                69 (2007) #1 78.

Daniel W. Ulrich, “The Missional Audience of the Gospel of Matthew”

 

                                                              Matt 1:21-23            69 (2007) #3 576.

Boris Repschinski, review of Peter Fiedler, Das Matthausevangelium

 

                                                              Matt 1:1-17

Paul Lawrence, The IVP Atlas of Bible History (

Downers Grove, Illinois,  InterVarsity Press, 2006), 14, 15.

 

                                                                                             Matt 1:3, 5, 6                  70 (2008) #1, 4, 5, 6, 7.

Irene Nowell, O.S.B., Jesus' Great-Grandmothers: Matthew's Four and More"

 

                                                              Matt 1:21                 70 (2008) #1 83.

Catherine Sider Hamilton, "`His Blood Be upon Us': Innocent Blood and the Death of Jesus in Matthew"

 

                                                              Matt 1:1                   70 (2008) #1 135.

Donald Senior, C.P., review of Dale C. Allison, Jr., Studies in Matthew: Interpretation Past and Present

 

                                                              Matt 1:18      70 (2008) #2 308.

Michael M. Winter, "Theological Alterations in the Syriac Translation of Ben Sira"

 

                                                              Matt 1:21      70 (2008) #4 836.

Walter T. Wilson, review of Matthias Konradt, Israel, Kirche und die Volker im Matthausevangelium

 

                                                              Matt 1:17                 71 (2009) #1 159.

F. Scott Spencer, review of Richard A. Burridge, Imitating Jesus: An Inclusive Approach to New Testament Ethics

 

                                                              Matt 1:1-17              71 (2009) #2 425.

Daniel W. Ulrich, review of Joel Willitts, Matthew’s Messianic Shepherd-King: In Search of `The Lost Sheep of the House of Israel’

 

                                                              Matt 1:20-21            71 (2009) #3 516.

Leroy Andrew Huizenga, “Obedience unto Death: The Matthean Gethsemane and Arrest Sequence and the Aqedah”

 

                                                              Matt 1:1-13              73 (2011) #1 161.

Sharon Betsworth, review of Joel Kennedy, The Recapitulation of Isarael:  Use of Israel’s History in Matthew 1:1—4:11

 

                                                              Matt 1:1-17

Gioacchino Campese, C.S., “The Irruption of Migrants:  Theology of Migration in the 21st Century”

Theological Studies, Vol. 73, No. 1 (March 2012) 22.

 

                                                              Matt 1:18-25            74 (2012) #4 712 ff.

Vincent A. Pizzuto, “The Structural Elegance of Mathew 1—2:  A Chiastic Proposal”

 

                                                              Matt 1:3                   74 (2012) #4 854.

Mark A. Matson, review of Edward W. Klink III (ed.), The Audience of the Gospels:  The Origin and Function of the Gospels in Early Christianity

 

                                                              Matt 1:18-25            75 (2013) #1 159.

Teresa J. Hornsby, review of William Loader, Sexuality in the New Testament:  Understanding the Key Texts

 

                                                              Matt 1:19

Michael G. Lawler and Todd A. Salzman, “Virtue Ethics:  Natural and Christian”

Theological Studies, Vol. 74, No. 2 (June 2013) 468.

 

                                                              Matt 1:1-17              75 (2013) #3 575.

Boris Repschinski, S.J., review of Jason B. Hood, The Messiah, His Brothers, and the Nations (Matthew 1.1-17)

 

                                                              Matt 1:20                 76 (2014) #1 133.

Thomas L. Brodie, O.P., review of Brandon D. Crowe, The Obedient Son:  Deuteronomy and Christology in the Gospel of Matthew

 

                                                              Matt 1:17                 76 (2014) #4 665-683

Stephen C. Carlson, “The Davidic Key for Counting the Generations in Matthew 1:17”

 

                                                              Matt 1:16                 76 (2014) #1 143.

William S. Kurz, S.J., review of David Lyle Jeffrey, Luke

 

13ABC          67                                     December 25—The Nativity of the Lord—at the Vigil Mass

 

          67       Isaiah 62:1-5                    

 

          68       Psalm 89:4-5, 16-17, 27, 29 (2-a)  

 

          69       Acts 13:16-17, 22—25      

 

          70       Matthew 1:1-25                  Matt 1:29                 71 (2009) #4 753.

Leif E. Vaage, “An Other Home: Discipleship in Mark as Domestic Asceticism”

 

                                                              Matt 1:18-25            72 (2010) #1 155.

Janet Timbie, review, Enrico Norelli, Marie des apocryphes: Enquete sur la mere de Jésus dans le christianisme antique

 

                                                             Matt 1:21                

John D. Dadosky, “Woman without Envy:  Toward Reconceiving the Immaculate Conception”

Theological Studies, Vol. 72, No. 1 (March 2011) 20.

 

                                                              Matt 1:18-25           

Thomas M. Finn, “Sex and Marriage in the Sentences of Peter Lombard”

Theological Studies, Vol. 72, No. 1 (March 2011) 62.

 

                                                              Matt 1:20-23            73 (2011) #2 300.

Andrew R. Angel, “Crucifixus Vincens: The “Son of God” as Divine Warrior in Matthew”

 

                                                              Matt 1:5

Gioacchino Campese, C.S., “The Irruption of Migrants:  Theology of Migration in the 21st Century”

Theological Studies, Vol. 73, No. 1 (March 2012) 5.

 

                                                              Matt 1:23                 74 (2012) #1 175.

Daniel J. Harrington, S.J., review of Charles H. Talbert, Matthew

 

                                                              Matt 1:18                 79 (January 2017) #1, 80.

John R. Coulson, “Jesus and the Spirit in Paul’s Theology:  The Earthly Jesus”

 

014ABC         74       December 25—The Nativity of the Lord—Mass at Midnight

 

          74       Isaiah 9:1-6                       Isa 9:1-2                 39 (1977). #4, 499

Joseph A. Comber, C.F.X., "The Composition and Literary Characteristics of Matt 11:20-24”

 

                                                              Isaiah 9                   55 (1993) #1 14.

Richard J. Clifford, S.J., "The Unity of the Book of Isaiah and Its Cosmogonic Language”

 

                                                              Isa 9:12                  63 (2001) #2 232, 233, 234.

Randall E. Otto, "The Prophets and Their Perspective”

 

                                                              Isa 9:5(6)                61(1999) # 2 239-244.

John Goldingay, "The Compound Name in Isaiah 9:5(6)"

 

                                                              Isa 9:6-7

Paul Lawrence, The IVP Atlas of Bible History

Downers Grove, Illinois,  InterVarsity Press, 2006, 105.

 

                                                              Isa 9:1-7                  70 (2008) #2 251.

Matthew J. Lynch, "Zion's Warrior and the Nations: Isaiah 59:15b—63:6 in Isaiah's Zion Traditions"

 

                                                              Isa 9:1-6                  71 (2009) #1 139.

Reed Lessing, review of Randall Heskett, Messianism within the Scriptural Scrolls of Isaiah

 

                                                              Isa 9:1-2

Virgilio Elizondo, "Jesus the Galilean Jew in Mestizo Theology"

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 2 (June 2009) 271.

 

                                                              Isaiah 9:5-6             73 (2011) #1 119.

H. G. M. Williamson, review of Rodrigo Franklin De Sousa, Eschatology and Messianism in LXX Isaiah 1—12

 

                                                              Isaiah 9:5-6

Joseph G. Mueller, S.J., “Christian and Jewish Tradition behind Tyconius’s Doctrine of the church as Corpus Bipertitum”

Theological Studies, Vol. 73, No. 2 (June 2012) 309.

 

                                                              Isaiah 9:5                76 (2014) #2 339.

H.G.M. Williamson, review of Christophe Rico, La mère de l’Enfant-Roi, Isaïe 7, 14” “Almâ” et “Parthenos” dans l’univers biblique.  Un point de vue

 

                                                              Isaiah 9:1                77 (2015) #4 751.

Andrew Abernethy, review of Abraham Sung-Ho Oh, Oh, That You Would Rend the Heavens and Come Down:  The Eschatological Theology of Third Isaiah (Isaiah 56—66)

 

          75       Psalm 96:1-2, 2-3, 11-12, 13        Pss 96:13     60 (1998) #2 280

Patrick W. Skehan, Eugene Ulrich, Peter W. Flint, "A Scroll Containing `Biblical" and "Apocryphal’ Psalms: A Preliminary Edition of 4QPsf (4Q88)”

 

                                                              Psalm 96      64 (2002) # 4 677, 679-682.

J. J. M. Roberts, "The Enthronement of Yhwh and David: The Abiding Theological Significance of the Kingship Language of the Psalms”

 

                                                              Psalm 96:10  68 (2006) #1 5.

Aelred Cody, O.S.B., "`Little Historical Creed’ or `Little Historical Anamnesis’?”

 

                                                              Psalm 96      68 (2006) #3 518.

William P. Brown, review of Theodore Mascarenhas, The Missionary Function of Israel in Psalms 67, 96, and 117

 

                                                              Psalm 96:1b-13a     70 (2008) #1 31, 38.

William Doan and Terry Giles, "The Song of Asaph: A Performance-Critical Analysis of 1 Chronicles 16:8-36"

 

                                                              Psalm 96:11-13       74 (2012) #2 311.

F. Gerald Downing, “Justification as Acquittal?  A Critical Examination of Judicial Verdicts in Paul’s Literary and Actual Contexts”

 

                                                              Psalm 96:12            75 (2013) #2 248.

Gianni Barbiero, “Psalm 132:  A Prayer of `Solomon’”

 

 

          76       Titus 2:11-14                      Titus 2:13                63 (2001) #2 234.

Randall E. Otto, "The Prophets and Their Perspective”

 

                                                              Titus 2:14                39 (1977) #1 67.

Robert J. Daly, S.J., "The Soteriological Significance of the Sacrifice of Isaac”

 

                                                              Titus 2:13                67 (2005) #4 646, 652, 655, 659.

David J. Downs, "`Early Catholicism’ and Apocalypticism in the Pastoral Epistles”

 

                                                              Titus 1:12                68 (2006) #2 273.

Charles H. Cosgrove, "Did Paul Value Ethnicity?"

 

                                                              Titus 1:11-14

Frank J. Matera, review of Gordon D. Fee, Pauline Christology: An Exegetical-Theological Study, Theological Studies, Vol. 69, No. 1 (March 2008) 193.

 

                                                              Titus 2:14                72 (2010) #4 731.

Mark F. Whitters, “Taxo and His Seven Sons in the Cave (Assumption of Moses 9-10)”

 

                                                              Titus 2:14                75 (2013) #4 704-718.

Benjamin J. Lappenga, “`Zealots for Good Works’:  The Polemical Repercussions of the Word zhlwthV in Titus 2:14”

 

                                                              Titus 2:11-14

Christiaan Jacobs-Vandegeer, “The Unity of Salvation:  Divine Missions, the Church, and World Religions”

Theological Studies, Vol. 75, No. 2 (June 2014) 262.

 

                                                              Titus 2:11-14           77 (2015) #2 383.

Annette Bourland Huizenga, review of Robert W. Wall with Richard B. Steele, 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus

 

          76       Luke 2:10-11

 

          76-77  Luke 2:1-14                        Luke 2:3                 62 (2000) #2 289

Mark D. Smith, "Of Jesus and Quirinius”

 

                                                              Luke 2:11                54 (1992) #3 497

Robert H. Stein, "The Matthew-Luke Agreements Against Mark: Insight from John”

 

                                                              Luke 2:11                40 (1978) #4 563.

Jack Dean Kingsbury, "Observations on the `Miracle Chapters’ of Matthew 8-9”

 

                                                              Luke 2:3                 65 (2003) #1 89.

Brendan Byrne, S.J., "Jesus as Messiah in the Gospel of Luke: Discerning a Pattern of Correction”

 

                                                              Luke 2                    42 (1980) # 1 52-72

Alexander Globe, "Some Doctrinal Variants in Matthew 1 and Luke 2, and the Authority of the Neutral Text”

 

                                                              Luke 2:14                68 (2006) #3 454.

Brittany E. Wilson, "Pugnacious Precursors and the Bearer of Peace: Jael, Judith, and Mary in Luke 1:42"

 

                                                              Luke 2:4                 68 (2006) #3 475.

Richard J. Dillon, "The Benedictus in Micro- and Macrocontext"

 

                                                              Luke 2:11                68 (2006) #4 772

Robert C. Tannehill, review of Robert F. O'Toole, S.J., Luke's Presentation of Jesus: A Christology

 

                                                              Luke 2:2, 6-7, 11-12

Paul Lawrence, The IVP Atlas of Bible History

Downers Grove, Illinois,  InterVarsity Press, 2006, 136, 137.

 

                                                              Luke 2:11                70 (2008) #3 622.

Charles H. Talbert, review of Hans Jorg Sellner, Das Heil Gottes: Studien zur Soteriologie des lukanischen Doppelwerks

 

                                                              Luke 2:11

Sean Freyne, “The Galilean Jesus and a Contemporary Christology”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 2 (June 2009) 286.

 

                                                              Luke 2:10

Jon Sobrino, S.J., “Jesus of Galilee from the Salvadoran Context: Compassion, Hope, and Following the Light of the Cross”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 2 (June 2009) 456.

 

                                                              Luke 2:1-5

Daniel G. Groody, C.S.C., “Crossing the Divide:  Foundations of a Theology of Migration and Refugees”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 3 (September 2009) 649.

 

                                                              Luke 2:9                  72 (2010) #3 503.

David M. Miller, “Seeing the Glory, Hearing the Son:  The Function of the Wilderness Theophany Narratives in Luke 9:28-36”

 

                                                              Luke 2:14                72 (2010) #4 834.

Richard P. Thompson, review of Nils Neumann, Lukas und Menippos:  Hoheit und Niedrigkeit in Lk 1, 1—2,40 und in der menippeischen Literatur

 

                                                              Luke 2:1-7               74 (2012) #4 726.

Vincent A. Pizzuto, “The Structural Elegance of Mathew 1—2:  A Chiastic Proposal”

 

                                                              Luke 2:1-20             76 (2014) #3 475, 478.

Andrés García Serrano, “Anna’s Characterization in Luke 2:36-38:  A Case of Conceptual Allusion?”

 

                                                              Luke 2:11                78 (2016) #1 163.

Stephen Finlan, review of Richard B. Hays, Reading Backwards:  Figural Christology and the Fourfold Gospel Witness

 

                                                              Luke 2:1-7

Peter C. Phan, “Deus Migrator—God the Migrant:  Migration of Theology and Theology of Migration”

Theological Studies, Vol. 77, No. 4 (December 2016) 862.

 

Christmas Mass at Dawn

015ABC        78       Isaiah 62:11-12       Isa 62:11                 62 (2000) #4 671

Adrian M. Leske, Context and Meaning of Zechariah 9:9

 

                                                              Isaiah 60—62          55 (1993) #1 16, 17.

Richard J. Clifford, S.J., The Unity of the Book of Isaiah and Its Cosmogonic Language

 

                                                              Isaiah 62:12          69 (2007) #2 225.

Silviu N. Bunta, "Yhwh's Cultic Statue after 597-586 B.C.E.: A Linguistic and Theological Reinterpretation of Ezekiel 28:12"

 

                                                              Isaiah 62:11-12     70 (2008) #2 244-263.

Matthew J. Lynch, "Zion's Warrior and the Nations: Isaiah 59:15b—63:6 in Isaiah's Zion Traditions"

 

                                                              Isaiah 62:11          70 (2008) #3 498.

Michael H. Floyd, "Welcome Back, Daughter of Zion!"

 

                                                             Isaiah 62                 72 (2010) #3 460.

Michael J. Chan, “Isaiah 65—66 and the Genesis of Reorienting Speech”

 

                                                              Isaiah 62:11            76 (2014) #4 766.

Steven L. Bridge, review of Nathan Eubank, Wages of Cross-Bearing and the Debt of Sin:  The Economy of Heaven in Matthew’s Gospel

 

                                                              Isa 62:1-12              77 (2015) #4 649.

Michael A. Lyons, “Psalm 22 and the `Servants’ of Isaiah 54; 56—66”

 

                    78       Psalm 97:1, 6, 11-12         

                               Psalm 97                64 (2002) # 4 677, 680-682.

J. J. M. Roberts, “The Enthronement of Yhwh and David: The Abiding Theological Significance of the Kingship Language of the Psalms”

 

                                                              Isa 62:5                   77 (2015) #4 664

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Paul V. Niskanen, “Who Is Going to Marry You?  The Text of Isaiah 62:5”

 

                                                              Psalm 97:1              68 (2006) #1 5.

Aelred Cody, O.S.B., "`Little Historical Creed’ or `Little Historical Anamnesi’"?”

 

          79       Titus 3:4-7                        Tit 3:5 ff                  63 (2001) #4 669

Hendrikus Boers, “The Structure and Meaning of Romans 6:1-14”

 

                                                              Titus 3:4-7              64 (2002) #2 285

Vincent M. Smiles, “The Concept of `Zeal’ in Second-Temple Judaism and Paul's Critique of It in Romans 10:2”

 

                                                              Titus 3:4                 67 (2005) #4 653, 654, 659.

David J. Downs, "`Early Catholicism’ and Apocalypticism in the Pastoral Epistles”

 

                                                              Titus 3:16                72 (2010) #3 608.

Arland J., Hultgren, review of Samuel Ngewa, 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus (Africa Bible Commentary Series; Grand Rapids: Zondervan, HippoBooks, 2009).

 

                                                              Titus 3:1-8               76 (2014) #3 568.

Robert J. Karris, O.F.M., review of Heinz-Werner Neudorfer, Der Brief des Paulus an Titus

 

                                                              Titus 3:4-5               77 (2015) #2 383.

Annette Bourland Huizenga, review of Robert W. Wall with Richard B. Steele, 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus

 

          79       Luke 2:14

 

          80       Luke 2:15-20                      Luke 2                    42 (1980) # 1 52-72

Alexander Globe, “Some Doctrinal Variants in Matthew 1 and Luke 2, and the Authority of the Neutral Text”

 

                                                              Luke 2:18                78 (2016) #1 7, 20.

Barbara E. Reid, O.P., “The Gospel of Luke:  Friend or Foe of Women Proclaimers of the Word?”

 

016ABC        Christmas Mass During the Day

 

                    81       Isaiah 52:7-10         Isa 52:7-10              62 (2000) #4 666 ff

Adrian M. Leske, "Context and Meaning of Zechariah 9:9”

 

                                                              Isa 52:7                  42 (1980) #1 6 ff

Carroll Stuhlmueller, C.P., "Deutero-Isaiah: Major Transitions in the Prophet's Theology and in Contemporary Scholarship”

 

                                                              Isa 52;9                  55 (1993) #1 1.

Richard J. Clifford, S.J., "The Unity of the Book of Isaiah and Its Cosmogonic Language”

 

                                                              Isa 52:10A              70 (2008) #2 251.

Matthew J. Lynch, "Zion's Warrior and the Nations: Isaiah 59:15 b—63:6 in Isaiah's Zion Traditions"

 

                                                              Isa 51:1—52:12         70 (2008) #3 455.

Stanley D. Walters, "`To the Rock' (2 Samuel 21:10)"

 

                                                              Isaiah 52:9-10         74 (2012) #3 571.

J. L. Manzo, review of Gorge M. Blunda, La proclamación de Yhwh rey y la constitución de la comunidad postexilica:  El Deutero-Isaias en relación con Salmos 96 y 98

 

                                                              Isaiah 52:13—53:12    74 (2012) #3 618.

Paul J. Achtemeier, review of Kelli S. O’Brien, The Use of Scripture in the Markan Passion Narrative

 

                                                              Isaiah 52:7              76 (2014) #1 2.

Richard J. Dillon, “Mark 1:1-15:  `New Evangelization’?”

 

                                                              Isaiah 52:10            76 (2014) #3 467.

Andrés García Serrano, “Anna’s Characterization in Luke 2:36-38:  A Case of Conceptual Allusion?”

 

                                                              Isaiah 52:7-9           77 (2015) #4 653, 655.

Michael A. Lyons, “Psalm 22 and the `Servants’ of Isaiah 54; 56—66”

 

                                                              Isaiah 52:7              77 (2015) #4 655.

Michael A. Lyons, “Psalm 22 and the `Servants’ of Isaiah 54; 56—66”

 

                                                              Isaiah 52:7-10         78 (October 2016) #4 678, 680.

Timothy Wardle, “Resurrection and the Holy City:  Matthew’s Use of Isaiah in 24:51-53”

 

          82       Psalm 98:1, 2-3, 3-4, 5-6   Psalm 98:1              64 (2002) #3 472, 474.

Sue Gillingham, "From Liturgy to Prophecy: The Use of Psalmody in Second Temple Judaism”

 

                                                              Psalm 98                64 (2002) # 4 677, 681.

J. J. M. Roberts, "The Enthronement of Yhwh and David: The Abiding Theological Significance of the Kingship Language of the Psalms”

 

          83       Hebrews 1:1-6                   Heb 1:1—2:4           64 (2002) #1 106

Craig R. Koester, “Hebrews, Rhetoric, and the Future of Humanity”

 

                                                              Heb 2:1-4                40 (1978) #1 56.

James W. Thompson, "Outside the Camp: a Study of Heb 13:9-14”

 

                                                              Heb 1:1-2                64 (2002) #1      108

Craig R. Koester, "Hebrews, Rhetoric, and the Future of Humanity”

 

                                                              Hebrews 1—2         52 (1990) #4 669.

Susan R. Garrett, "Exodus from Bondage: Luke 9:31 and Acts 12:1-24”

 

                                                              Heb 1:2, 4, 6           66 (2004) #3 421, 422, 423

Scott W. Hahn, "A Broken Covenant and the Curse of Death: A Study of Hebrews 9:15-22”

 

                                                              Heb 1:1, 2               54 (1992) #4 691, 392, 694, 695, 696.

Alan C. Mitchell, S.J., "The Use of prepein in Hebrews 2:10”

 

                                                              Heb 1:2                   67 (2005) #4 659.

David J. Downs, "`Early Catholicism’ and Apocalypticism in the Pastoral Epistles”

 

                                                              Heb 1:5-14              69 (2007) #1 167

Patrick Gray, review of Kiwoong Son, Zion Symbolism in Hebrews: Hebrews 12:18-24 as a Hermeneutical Key to the Epistle

 

                                                              Heb 1:2, 3               69 (2007) #4 750.

Todd D. Still, "Christos as Pistos: The Faith(fulness) of Jesus in the Epistle to the Hebrews"

 

                                                              Heb 1:1-2

Paul Lawrence, The IVP Atlas of Bible History

Downers Grove, Illinois,  InterVarsity Press, 2006, 13.

 

                                                              Heb 11:1—12:13     70 (2008) #2 383.

Patrick Gray, review of Alan C. Mitchell, Hebrews

 

                                                              Heb 1:3                   70 (2008) #2 425.

Nuria Calduch-Benages, review of Armand Puig I Tárrech (ed.), Imatge de Déu

 

                                                              Heb 1:5-14                        71 (2009) #1 188.

Paul A. Rainbow, review of Angela Rascher, Schriftauslegung und Christologie im Hebraerbrief

 

                                                              Heb 1:2                   69 (2007) #3 589.

George T. Montague, S.M., review of Antonio Portalatin, Temporal Oppositions as Hermeneutical Categories in the Epistle to the Hebrews,

 

                                                              Heb 1:1-14              71 (2009) #4 905.

Gerbern S. Oegema, review of Eric Farrel Mason, `You Are a Priest Forever’: Second Temple Jewish Messianism and the Priestly Christology of the Epistle to the Hebrews.

 

                                                              Heb 1:1-4                72 (2010) #1 140.

William Adler, review, Ronald Cox, By the Same Word:  Creation and Salvation in Hellenistic Judaism and Early Christianity

 

                                                              Heb 1:3

Jack Mahoney, S.J., “Evolution, Altruism, and the Image of God,”

Theological Studies, Vol. 71, No. 3 (September 2010) 679.

 

                                                              Heb 1:1-4                73 (2011) #3 553, 554, 555.

James W. Thompson, “The New Is Better:  A Neglected Aspect of the Hermeneutics of Hebrews”

 

                                                              Heb 1:3                   74 (2012) #3 564.

Benjamin J. Ribbens, “Forensic-Retributive Justification in Romans 3:21-26:  Paul’s Doctrine of Justification in Dialogue with Hebrews”

 

                                                              Heb 1:3

Frederick G. McLeod, S.J., “The Christology in Theodore of Mopsuestia’s Commentary on the Gospel of John

Theological Studies, Vol. 73, No. 1 (March 2012) 125.

 

                                                              Heb 1:5-7

Gerald O’Collins, S.J., review of John Paul Heil, Worship in the Letter to the Hebrews

Theological Studies, Vol. 73, No. 3 (September 2012) 697.

 

                                                              Heb 1:1                   75 (2013) #3 510, 511.

Kevin B. McCruden, “The Eloquent Blood of Jesus:  The Neglected Theme of the Fidelity of Jesus in Hebrews 12:24”

 

                                                              Heb 1:1-2

Jared Wicks, S.J., “Scripture Reading Urged Vehementer (DV No. 25):  Background and Development”

Theological Studies, Vol. 74, No. 3 (September 2013) 574.

 

                                                              Heb 1:2                   76 (2014) #2 348.

Scott D. Mackie, review of Gareth Lee Cockerill, The Epistle to the Hebrews

 

                                                              Heb 1:1-4

Thomas Hughson, S.J., “Creation as an Ecumenical Problem:  Renewed belief through Green Experience”

Theological Studies, Vol. 75, No. 4 (December 2014) 823.

 

                                                              Heb 1:5                   77 (2015) #3 565.

James Swetnam, S.J., review of Romano Penna, Carta a los Romanos:  Introducción, version y comentario

 

                                                              Heb 1:2                   79 (January 2017) #1, 106, 108, 110..

Kenneth A. Vandergriff, “Diaqhkh kaih:  New Covenant as Jewish Apocalypticism in Hebrews 8”

 

                                                              Heb 1:6                   79 (2017) #1, 139.

Patrick Gray, review of Matthew C. Easter, Faith and Faithfulness of Jesus in Hebrews

 

                                                              Heb 1:1-4                79 (2017) #1 141.

Mark C. Kiley, review of Jonathan I. Griffiths, Hebrews and Divine Speech

 

                                                              Heb 1:1-2

Joshua R. Brown, “Strange Companions?  Hans Urs von Balthasar as Resource for Comparative Theology”

Theological Studies, Vol. 78, No. 2 (June 2017) 371.

 

          84       John 1:1-18                       John 1:10 a and b   64 (2002) #1 96 ff.

Stanley B. Marrow, “Kosmos in John”

 

                                                              John 1:1-18             65 (2003) #1 4, 9, 16.

Francis J. Moloney, S.D.B., "Raymond Brown's New Introduction to the Gospel of John A Presentation—And Some Questions"

 

                                                              John 1:7 (bis)          56 (1994) #3 523, 524

 Loren L. Johns and Douglas B. Miller, The Signs as Witnesses in the Fourth Gospel: Reexamining the Evidence

 

                                                              John 1:1-18             66 (2004) #3 401,406,410-412,414,415

Mary L. Coloe, P.B.V.M., Welcome into the Household of God: The Foot Washing in John 13

 

                                                              John 1:18                67 (2005) #2 287, 299.

Kelli S. O'Brien, "Written That You May Believe: John 20 and Narrative Rhetoric"

 

                                                              John 1:14

Edward P. Hahnenberg, “The Ministerial Priesthood and Liturgical Anamnesis in the Thought of Edward J. Kilmartin, S.J.”

Theological Studies, Vol. 66, No. 2 (June 2005), 260.

 

                                                              John 1:1-18             67 (2005) #3 460, 462, 464.

Francis J. Moloney, S.D.B., "The Gospel of John as Scripture,"

 

                                                              John 1:1-18             67 (2005) #3 541

Craig L. Blomberg, review of Daniel Rathnakara Sadananda, The Johannine Exegesis of God: An Exploration into the Johannine Understanding of God

 

                                                              John 1:1

Richard Clifford, S.J. and Khaled Anatolois, "Christian Salvation: Biblical and Theological Perspectives," Theological Studies, Vol. 66, No. 4 (December 2005) 762.

 

                                                              John 1:2      

Frank J. Matera, "Christ in the Theologies of Paul and John: A Study in the Diverse Unity of New Testament Theology," Theological Studies, Vol. 67, No. 2 (June 2006) 249

 

                                                              John 1:1

John F. O'Grady, review of Francis J. Moloney, S.D.B., The Gospel According to John: Sacra Pagina and Andrew T. Lincoln, The Gospel According to Saint John: Black's New Testament Commentary

Theological Studies, Vol. 67, #3 (September 2006) 671.

 

                                                              John 1:14

Anthony J. Godzieba, Lieven Boeve, Michele Saracino, “Resurrection—Interruption—Transformation: Incarnation as Hermeneutical Strategy: A Symposium,” Theological Studies, Vol. 67, No. 4 (December 2006) 778, 780.

 

                                                              John 1:1-18             69 (2007) #2 283, 288, 291.

Jerome H. Neyrey, S.J., "`I Am the Door' (John 10:7, 9): Jesus the Broker in the Fourth Gospel"

 

                                                              John 1:1-3

Ilia Delio, O.S.F., “Theology, Metaphysics, and the Centrality of Christ,” Theological Studies, Vol. 68, No. 2 (June 2007) 263.

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                                                              John 1:1                  69 (2007) #3

Edward L. Bode, review of Alberto Casalegno, "Perché Contemplino la Mia Gloria" (Gv 17, 24): Introduzione alla teologia del Vangelo di Giovanni

 

                                                              John 1:1                  69 (2007) #4 821.

John H. Elliott, review of Adriana Destro and Mauro Pesce, Forme culturali del Cristianesimo nascente

 

                                                              John 1:10-11

Evan F. Kuehn, "The Johannine Logic of Augustine's Trinity: A Dogmatic Sketch"

Theological Studies, Vol. 68, No. 3 (September 2007) 582 ff.

 

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                                                              John 1:3-4

Jean-Francois Racine, review of Larry W. Hurtado, The Earliest Christian Artifacts: Manuscripts and Christian Origins, Theological Studies, Vol. 68, No. 4 (December 2007) 925.

 

                                                              John 1:14

Paul Lawrence, The IVP Atlas of Bible History (Downers Grove, Illinois,  InterVarsity Press, 2006) 13.

 

                                                              John 1:1-17             70 (2008) #1 203.

Craig R. Koester, review of Francisco Lozada, Jr., and Tom Thatcher (eds.), New Currents through John: A Global Perspective

 

                                                              John 1:18

Dino Dozzi, "`Thus Says the Lord' The Gospel in the Writings of Saint Francis" Greyfriars Review, Vol. 18, Supplement (2004) 8.

 

                                                              John 1:14                71 (2009) #1 93.

Tobias HägerlandHagerland, “The Power of Prophecy: A Septuagintal Echo in John 20:19-23.”

 

                                                              John 1:14                71 (2009) #2 389.

Edwin C. Hostetter, review of Ephraim Radner, Leviticus

 

                                                              John 1:14

Teresa Okure, S.H.C.J., “Jesus and the Samaritan Woman (Jn 4:1-42) in Africa”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 2 (June 2009) 417.

 

                                                              John 1:1-13             71 (2009) #3 639.

Elizabeth Struthers Malbon, review of Brendan Byrne, S.J., A Costly Freedom: A Theological Reading of Mark’s Gospel

 

                                                              John 1:14                71 (2009) #4 900.

N. Clayton Cory, review of Paul M. Hopkins, Jesus as the Fulfillment of the Temple in the Gospel of John

 

                                                              John 1:1-5               71 (2009) #4 906.

Dietmar Neufeld, review of Ela Nutu, Incarnate Word, Inscribed Flesh: John’s Prologue and the Postmodern.

 

                                                              John 1:17                72 (2010) #1 134.

Burton L. Visotzky, review of Roger David Aus, The Death, Burial, and Resurrection of Jesus, and  the Death, Burial; and Translation of Moses in Judaic Tradition

 

                                                              John 1:7, 15            72 (2010) #1 139.

Lance Byron Richey, review of Mary L. Coloe, Dwelling in the Household of God:  Johannine Ecclesiology and Spirituality

 

                                                              John 1:1-18             72 (2010) #1 140.

William Adler, review, Ronald Cox, By the Same Word:  Creation and Salvation in Hellenistic Judaism and Early Christianity

 

                                                              John 1:14                72 (2010) #1 168.

Andreas J. KostenbergerKöstenberger, review, Hans-Ulrich Weidemann, Der Tod Jesu in Johannesevangelium: Die erste Abschiedsrede als Schlusseltext fur den Passions-und Osterbericht

 

                                                              John 1:14                72 (2010) #3 588.

Maarten J. J. Menken, review of Nicole Chibici-Revneanu, Die Herrlichkeit des Verherrlichten:  Das Verstandnis der doxa im Johannesevangelium

 

                                                              John 1:1-5               70 (2008) #2 377.

Séan P. Kealy, C.S.SP., review of Robert J. Karris, O.V.M. (ed.), St. Bonaventure, Commentary on the Gospel of John, vol. 11 of Works of St. Bonaventure

 

                                                              John 1:14

Anthony J. Kelly, C.Ss.R., “`The Body of Christ:  Amen!’:  The Expanding Incarnation”

Theological Studies, Vol. 71, No. 4 (December 2010) 792, 798, 807.

 

                                                              John 1:9                  73 (2011) #1 4, 8, 19.

Sandra M. Schneiders, “The Lamb of God and the Forgiveness of Sin(s) in the Fourth Gospel”

 

                                                              John 1:1-18             73 (2011) #1 102, 103, 104, 106, 107.

Michael Peppard, “Adopted and Begotten Sons of God:  Paul and John on Divine Sonship”

 

                                                              John 1:14-18           73 (2011) #1 175, 176.

Jo-Ann Badley, review of Alexander Tsutserov, Glory, Grace, and Truth:  Ratification of the Sinaitic Covenant according to the Gospel of John

 

                                                              John 1:15               

John D. Dadosky, “Woman without Envy:  Toward Reconceiving the Immaculate Conception”

Theological Studies, Vol. 72, No. 1 (March 2011) 34.

 

                                                              John 1:4-8               74 (2012) #3 525.

Geoffrey D. Miller, “Raphael the Liar:  Angelic Deceit and Testing in the Book of Tobit”

 

                                                              John 1:10-11           74 (2012) #3 622.

James Swetnam, S.J., review of Urban C. Von Wahlde, The Gospel and Letters of John, Vol. 1, Introduction, Analysis, and Reference; Vol. 2, Commentary on the Gospel of John; Vol. 3, Commentary on the Three Johannine Letters

 

                                                              John 1:9                  74 (2012) #2 336.

Mark D. Matthews, “The Function of Imputed Speech in the Apocalypse of John”

 

                                                              John 1:1-5               74 (2012) #2 384.

Mary L. Coloe, review of J. Ramsey Michaels, The Gospel of John

 

                                                              John 1:14

Gioacchino Campese, C.S., “The Irruption of Migrants:  Theology of Migration in the 21st Century”

Theological Studies, Vol. 73, No. 1 (March 2012) 22.

 

                                                              John 1:16

Frederick G. McLeod, S.J., “The Christology in Theodore of Mopsuestia’s Commentary on the Gospel of John

Theological Studies, Vol. 73, No. 1 (March 2012) 132, 133.

 

                                                              John 1:18                74 (2012) #1 170.

Matthew S. Monnig, S.J., review of Josep Oriol Tuñí, El Evangelio es Jesus:  Pautas para una nueva comprensión del evangelio según Juan

 

                                                              John 1:10-28           74 (2012) #4 717.

Vincent A. Pizzuto, “The Structural Elegance of Mathew 1—2:  A Chiastic Proposal”

 

                                                              John 1:17                74 (2012) #4 810.

David A. Bosworth, review of Sherri Brown, Gift upon Gift:  Covenant through Word in the Gospel of John

 

                                                              John 1:18                75 (2013) #2 289.

J. D. Atkins, “The Trial of the People and the Prophet:  John 5:30-47 and the True and False Prophet Traditions”

 

                                                              John 1:9

Gerald O’Collins, S.J., “Does Vatican II Represent Continuity or Discontinuity?”

Theological Studies, Vol. 73, No. 4 (December 2012) 791.

 

                                                              John 1:17                75 (2013) #2 366.

John Painter, review of Stefanos Mihalios, The Danielic Eschatological Hour in the Johannine Literature

 

                                                              John 1:1-4               75 (2013) #2 375.

James Swetnam, S.J., Yves Simoens, Croire pour aimer:  Les trois lettres de Jean.  Vol. 1, Une interpretation; Vol. 2, Une traduction

 

                                                              John 1:17

Kevin L. Hughes, “Bonaventure Contra Mundum?  The Catholic Theological Tradition Revisited”

Theological Studies, Vol. 74, No. 2 (June 2013) 385.

 

                                                              John 1:16                75 (2013) #4 677.

Robyn Whitaker, “Rebuke or Recall?  Rethinking the Role of Peter in Mark’s Gospel”

 

                                                              John 1:14

Bernard P. Prusak, “Explaining Eucharistic `Real Presence’:  Moving beyond a Medieval Conundrum”

Theological Studies, Vol. 75, No. 2 (June 2014) 252.

 

                                                              John 1:12                71 (2009) #2 492-496.

Emil A. Wcela, “What is Catholic about a Catholic Translation of the Bible?”

 

                                                              John 1:1-14

Thomas Hughson, S.J., “Creation as an Ecumenical Problem:  Renewed belief through Green Experience”

Theological Studies, Vol. 75, No. 4 (December 2014) 823, 845.

 

                                                              John 1:12                77 (2015) #1 166, 168.

Francis J. Moloney, S.D.B., review of Frances Back, Gott als Vater de Jünger im Johannesevangelium

 

                                                              John 1:18                77 (2015) #1 175.

John Painter, review of Marianus Pale Hera, Christology and Discipleship in John 17

 

                                                              John 1:14                77 (2015) #2 368.

James Swetnam, S.J., review of Christian A. Eberhardt, Kultmetaphorik und Christologie:  Opfer- und Sühneterminologie im Neuen Testament

 

                                                              John 1:14                77 (2015) #4 768.

Michel W. Duggan, review of Ryan Leif Hansen, Silence and Praise:  Rhetorical Cosmology and political Theology in the Book of Revelation

 

                                                              John 1:1-5              78 (2016) #2 380.

Mary Coloe, review of Carlos Raúl Sosa Siliezar, Creation Imagery in the Gospel of John

 

                                                              John 1:1-18             78 (July 2016) #3 529.

Vincent M. Smiles, review of William P. Brown, Sacred Sense:  Discovering the Wonder of God’s Word and World

 

                                                              John 1:1                  78 (October 2016) #4 690.

José Enrique Aguilar Chiu, “A Theological Reading of exepneusen in Mark 15:37,39”

 

                                                              John 1:1-18             78 (October 2016) #4  793.

Kendra Haloviak Valentine, review of Christopher W. Skinner, Reading John

 

                                                              John 1:11

Peter C. Phan, “Deus Migrator—God the Migrant:  Migration of Theology and Theology of Migration”

Theological Studies, Vol. 77, No. 4 (December 2016) 862.

 

017ABC        87       Sirach 3:2-6, 12-14  Sir 3:12-16 a           59 (1997) #3 470.

Robert H. Gundry, “Mark 10:29: Order in the List”

 

                                                              Sirach 3:11-16         69 (2007) #2 275.

Jerome H. Neyrey, S.J., "`I Am the Door' (John 10:7, 9): Jesus the Broker in the Fourth Gospel"

 

                                                              Sir 3:1-16                70 (2008) #1 61.

Kevin McGeough, “Esther the Hero: Going beyond `Wisdom’ in Heroic Narratives”

 

                                                              Sir 3:2                     77 (2015) #4 663.

Paul V. Niskanen, “Who Is Going to Marry You?  The Text of Isaiah 62:5”

 

Psalm 128:1-2, 3, 4-5

 

Colossians 3:12-21                                 Col 3:21                  69 (2007) #2 275.

Jerome H. Neyrey, S.J., "`I Am the Door' (John 10:7, 9): Jesus the Broker in the Fourth Gospel"

                                                                                          

                                                                        Col 3:17                  71 (2009) #4 911.

Mark Kiley, review of Jerry L. Sumney, Colossians: A Commentary.

 

                                                              Col 3:12-14

David G. Schultenover, S.J., “From the Editor’s Desk”

Theological Studies, Vol. 71, No. 1 (March 2010) 1

 

                                                              Col 3:18-19             73 (2011) #1 170.

Tatha Wiley, review of Philip B. Payne, Man and Woman, One in Christ:  An Exegetical and Theological Study of Paul’s Letters

 

                                                              Col 3:1-14

William F. Murphy Jr., “Revisiting Contraception:  An Integrated Approach in Light of the Renewal of Thomistic Virtue Ethics”

Theological Studies, Vol. 72, No. 4 (December 2011) 827.

 

                                                              Col 3:18                  74 (2012) #2 372.

Calvin J. Roetzel, review of Timothy G. Gombis, Paul:  A Guide for the Perplexed

 

          90       Colossians 3:15 a-16 a     

 

                                                              Col 3:1-17               76 (2014) #3 545.

Harold W. Attridge, review of Rosemary Canavan, Clothing the Body of Christ at Colossae

 

                                                              Col 3:18—4:1          78 (July 2016) #3 554.

Mary Ann Beavis, review of Susan E. Hylen, A Modest Apostle:  Thecla and the History of Women in the Early Church

 

17A    91       Matthew 2:13-15, 19-23     Matt 2:22                62 (2000) #2 286.

Mark D. Smith, “Of Jesus and Quirinius”

 

                                                              Matthew Chapter 2           57 (1995) #3 529

Warren Carter, “Recalling the Lord's Prayer: The Authorial Audience and Matthew's Prayer as Familiar Liturgical Experience”

 

                                                              Matt. 1:1—4:16           40 (1978) #4 564.

Jack Dean Kingsbury, “Observations on the `Miracle Chapters’ of Matthew 8-9”

 

                                                              Matt 2:17-19                      64 (2002) #3 513, 519, 525, 526.

Jeffrey A. Gibbs, “Israel Standing with Israel: The Baptism of Jesus in Matthew's Gospel (Matt 3:13-17)”

 

                                                              Matt 2:13                66 (2004) #2 238, 241.

Barbara E. Reid, O.P., “Violent Endings in Matthew's Parables and Christian Nonviolence”

 

                                                              Matt 2:13                49 (1987) # 1 65

Jack Dean Kingsbury, The Developing Conflict between Jesus and the Jewish Leaders in Matthew's Gospel: A Literary-Critical Study

 

                                                              Matt 2:15                67 (2005) #2 274, 277, 278.

Mark J. Goodwin, Hosea and "the Son of the Living God" in Matthew 16:16b

 

                                                              Matt 2:23                68 (2006) #2 238.

Mark F. Whitters, "Jesus in the Footsteps of Jeremiah"

 

                                                              Matt 2:14-15            73 (2011) #2 300.

Andrew R. Angel, “Crucifixus Vincens: The “Son of God” as Divine Warrior in Matthew”

 

                                                              Matt 2:22

Paul Lawrence, The IVP Atlas of Bible History (Downers Grove, Illinois,  InterVarsity Press, 2006) 131.

 

                                                              Matt 2:13      70 (2008) #3 610.

Calvin J. Roetzel, review of Jerome Murphy-O’Connor, O.P., Jesus and Paul: Parallel Lives

 

                                                              Matt 2:22-23

Elizabeth A. Johnson, “Galilee: A Critical Matrix for Marian Studies”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 2 (June 2009) 329.

 

 

Matt 2:22-23

Elizabeth A. Johnson, “Galilee: A Critical Matrix for Marian Studies[1]

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 2 (2009) 329.

 

                                                              Matt 2:13-17

Daniel G. Groody, C.S.C., “Crossing the Divide:  Foundations of a Theology of Migration and Refugees”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 3 (September 2009) 649.

 

                                                              Matt 2:15                 73 (2011) #1 162.

Sharon Betsworth, review of Joel Kennedy, The Recapitulation of Isarael:  Use of Israel’s History in Matthew 1:1—4:11

 

                                                              Matt 2:13

Gioacchino Campese, C.S., “The Irruption of Migrants:  Theology of Migration in the 21st Century”

Theological Studies, Vol. 73, No. 1 (March 2012) 5.

 

                                                              Matt 2:13-23            74 (2012) #4 712.

Vincent A. Pizzuto, “The Structural Elegance of Mathew 1—2:  A Chiastic Proposal”

 

                                                              Matt 2:1-18              75 (2013) #1 80.

Matthew W. Bates, “Cryptic Codes and a Violent King:  A New Proposal for Matthew 11:12 and Luke 16:16-18”

 

                                                              Matthew 2:1-23       75 (2013) #1 139.

Dorothy Jean Weaver, review of Robert R. Beck, Banished Messiah:  Violence and Nonviolence in Matthew’s Story of Jesus

 

                                                              Matt 2:16-18            75 (2013) #3 473, 475.

Eugene Eung-Chun Park, “Rachel’s Cry for Her Children:  Mathew’s Treatment of the Infanticide by Herod”

 

                                                              Matt 2:15                 79 (January 2017) #1, 80.

John R. Coulson, “Jesus and the Spirit in Paul’s Theology:  The Earthly Jesus”

 

017B  92-93  Luke 2:22-40                      Luke 2:36-38           62 (2000) #3 453

Hanan Eshel and John Strugnell, Alphabetical Acrostics in Pre-Tannaitic Hebrew

 

                                                              Luke 2:29-35           68 (2006) #3 469, 474.

Richard J. Dillon, "The Benedictus in Micro- and Macrocontext"

 

                                                              Luke 2:36-38           76 (2014) #3 464.

Andrés García Serrano, “Anna’s Characterization in Luke 2:36-38:  A Case of Conceptual Allusion?”

 

                                                              Luke 2:30                77 (2015) #4 655.

Michael A. Lyons, “Psalm 22 and the `Servants’ of Isaiah 54; 56—66”

 

                                                              Luke 2:34-35           78 (2016) #1 171.

Richard I. Pervo, review of Mikeal C. Parsons, Luke

 

                                                              Luke 2:40                79 (2017) #1, 244, 247, 255.

Richard J. Dillon, “A Narrative Analysis of the Baptist’s Nativity in Luke 1”

 

                                                              Matt 2:13-23            63 (2001) #2 284

John Nolland, The Sources for Matthew 2:1-12

 

                                                              Matt 1:15

Kilian McDonnell, O.S.B., “Feminist Mariologies: Heteronomy/Subordination and the Scandal of Christology,

Theological Studies, Vol. 66, No. 3 (September 2005) 534.

 

                                                              Matt 2:23

Teresa Okure, S.H.C.J., “Jesus and the Samaritan Woman (Jn 4:1-42) in Africa”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 2 (June 2009) 405.

 

                                                              Matt 3:13-17            71 (2009) #3 516, 158, 522.

Leroy Andrew Huizenga, “Obedience unto Death: The Matthean Gethsemane and Arrest Sequence and the Aqedah”

 

                                                              Matt 2:7                   76 (2014) #1 187.

John G. Lodge, review of Stanley E. Porter and Beth N. Stovell (eds.), Biblical Hermeneutics:  Five Views

 

                                                              Matt 2:35

Peter C. Phan, “Deus Migrator—God the Migrant:  Migration of Theology and Theology of Migration”

Theological Studies, Vol. 77, No. 4 (December 2016) 862.

 

                                                              Luke 2:26                55 (1993) #3 465.

Stephen L. Cook, The Metamorphosis of a Shepherd: The Tradition History of Zechariah 11:17 + 13:7-9

 

                                                              Luke 2                    42 (1980) # 1 52-72

Alexander Globe, Some Doctrinal Variants in Matthew 1 and Luke 2, and the Authority of the Neutral Text

 

                                                              Luke 2:35      2        5 #3 (1963) 251-261

Pierre Benoit, “Et toi-me, un glaive te transpercera l’ame!”

 

                                                              Luke 2:28                58 (1996) #2 268, 274

Warren Carter, Getting Martha out of the Kitchen: Luke 10:38-42 Again

 

                                                              Luke 2:23—24:53    68 (2006) #3 548

Robert F. O'Toole, S.J., review of Douglas S. McComiskey, Lukan Theology in the Light of the Gospel's Literary Structure (Because of the long span for Luke 2:23--24:53, this reference is only indexed here.)

 

                                                              Luke 2:32                70 (2008) #1 150.

Matthew Goff, review of Hubert Frankemolle, Fruhjudentum und Urchristentum: Vorgeschichte—Verlauf—Auswirkungen

 

                                                              Luke 2:30                70 (2008) #3 622.

Charles H. Talbert, review of Hans Jorg Sellner, Das Heil Gottes: Studien  zur Soteriologie des lukanischen Doppelwerks

 

                                                              Luke 2:24                71 (2009) #1 11019.

Pheme Perkins, “What is a Gnostic Gospel?”

 

                                                              Luke 2:25

Sean Freyne, “The Galilean Jesus and a Contemporary Christology”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 2 (June 2009) 286.

 

                                                              Luke 2:35                78 (July 2016) #3 479.

Timothy W. Reardon, “Cleansing through Almsgiving in Luke-Acts:  Purity, Cornelius, and the Translation of Acts 15:9”

 

017C  94-95  Luke 2:41-52 (see below at page 106)

                                                              Luke 2:52

Michael L. Cook, .S.J., “The African Experience of Jesus”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 3 (September 2009) 681.

 

                                                              Luke 2:50, 85

Randall S. Rosenberg, “Christ’s Human Knowledge:  A Conversation with Lonergan and Balthasar”

Theological Studies, Vol. 71, No. 4 (December 2010) 818, 838.

 

                                                              Luke 2:33                75 (2013) #3 486.

Karl Allen Kuhn, “Deaf or Defiant?  The Literary, Cultural, and Affective-Rhetorical Keys to the Naming of John (Luke 1:57-80)”

 

                                                              Luke 2:41-51           75 (2013) #4 806.

Paul L. Owen, review of Gerd Lüdemann, What Jesus Didn’t Say

 

                                                              Luke 2:38                76 (2014) #1 139.

Kindalee Pfremmer De Long, review of Geir Otto Holomås, Prayer and Vindication in Luke-Acts:  The Theme of Prayer within the Context of the Legitimating and Edifying Objective of the Lukan Narrative

 

                                                              Luke 2:1-20             76 (2014) #3 475.

Andrés García Serrano, “Anna’s Characterization in Luke 2:36-38:  A Case of Conceptual Allusion?”

 

                                                              Luke 2:25-33           77 (2015) #2 364.

Robert F. O’Toole, review of Sergev Artyushin, Raccontare la salvezza attraverso lo sguardo:  Portata teologica e implicazioni pragmatiche del `Vedere Jesus’ nel vangelo di Luca

 

                                                              Luke 2:48, 50, 51    78 (2016) #1 8, 11, 12.

Barbara E. Reid, O.P., “The Gospel of Luke:  Friend or Foe of Women Proclaimers of the Word?”

 

                                                              Luke 2:35                78 (July 2016) #3 470.

Timothy W. Reardon, “Cleansing through Almsgiving in Luke-Acts:  Purity, Cornelius, and the Translation of Acts 15:9”

 

                                                              Luke 2:26                78 (October 2016) #4 698.

José Enrique Aguilar Chiu, “A Theological Reading of exepneusen in Mark 15:37,39”

 

 

17B    96       Genesis 15:1-6, 21:1-3      Genesis 15—17      62 (2000) #1 80

Robert A. J. Gagnon, “Why the `Weak’ at Rome Cannot Be Non-Christian Jews”

 

                                                              Genesis 15:5           62 (2000) #3 483

Bruce N. Fisk, “Offering Isaac Again and Again: Pseudo-Philo's Use of the Aqedah as Intertext”

 

                                                              Genesis 15   64 (2002) #1 35

Mark K. George, “Fluid Stability in Second Samuel 7”

 

                                                              Gen 15:5b     64 (2002) # 4 718.

John Paul Heil, “From Remnant to Seed of Hope for Israel: Romans 9:27-29”

 

                                                              Gen 15:5       68 (2006) #3 400.

Paul Niskanen, "Yhwh as Father, Redeemer, and Potter in Isaiah 63:7—64:11"

 

                                                              Gen  15:1-18

Daniel G. Groody, C.S.C., “Crossing the Divide:  Foundations of a Theology of Migration and Refugees”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 3 (September 2009) 658.

 

                                                              Gen 15:7-21            72 (2010) #4 681.

L. Daniel Hawk, “Saul’s Altar”

 

                                                              Gen 21:1-21            72 (2010) #4 789.

Claudia D. Bergmann, review of Renate Brandscheidt, Abraham:  Glaubenswanderschaft und Opfergang des von Gott Erwahlten

 

                                                              Gen 21:1-21            73 (2011) #1 139.

Joel S. Baden, review of Krzysztof Sonek, Truth, Beauty, and Goodness in Biblical Narratives:  A Hermeneutical Study of Genesis 21:1-21

 

                                                              Gen 15:1-6              73 (2011) #3 549.

James W. Thompson, “The New Is Better:  A Neglected Aspect of the Hermeneutics of Hebrews”

 

                                                              Gen 15:5                 76 (2014) #2 284-290.

Matthew Thiessen, “A Buried Pentateuchal Allusion to the Resurrection in Mark 12:25”

 

                                                              Genesis 21:1-34      77 (2015) #2 337.

Richard J. Clifford, S.J., review of Diane Bergant, Genesis:  In the Beginning

 

                                                              Gen 15:6                 77 (2015) #3 481-502.

Alain Gignac, “The Enunciative Device of Romans 1:18—4:25:  A Succession of Discourses Attempting to Express the Multiple Dimensions of God’s Justice”

 

                                                              Gen 15:6                 78 (July 2016) #3 510.

Debbie Hunn, “Galatians 3:6-9:  Abraham’s Fatherhood and Paul’s Conclusions”

 

17B    97       Psalm 105:1-2, 3-4, 6-7, 8-9  Psalm 105:1            64 (2002) #3 472

Sue Gillingham, "From Liturgy to Prophecy: The Use of Psalmody in Second Temple Judaism”

 

                                                              Psalm 105:1            45 (1983) #2 195-200

Lloyd M. Barré, Halelu yah: A Broken Inclusion

 

                                                              Psalm 105:4            65 (2003) #2 229.

Dennis Hamm, S.J., "The Tamid Service in Luke-Acts: The Cultic Background behind Luke's Theology of Worship (Luke 1:5-25; 18:9-14; 24:50-53; Acts 3:1; 10:3, 30)”

 

                                                              Psalm 105:1-22       70 (2008) #1 31, 36, 37, 38.

William Doan and Terry Giles, "The Song of Asaph: A Performance-Critical Analysis of 1 Chronicles 16:8-36"

 

                                                              Psalm 105:8-11       74 (2012) #2 311.

F. Gerald Downing, “Justification as Acquittal?  A Critical Examination of Judicial Verdicts in Paul’s Literary and Actual Contexts”

 

          97       Psalm 105:1-2, 3-4, 6-7, 8-9  Psalm 105:9            76 (2014) #2 384.

Mark C. Kiley, review of Jean-Luc Vesco, Le Psautier de Jésus:  Les citations des Psaumes dans le Nouveau Testament

 

                                                              Psalm 105:3

Joseph Rivera, “God and Metaphysics in Contemporary Theology:  Reframing the Debate”

Theological Studies, Vol. 77, No. 4 (December 2016) 833.

 

 

          98       Hebrews 11:8, 11-12, 17-18  Heb 11:1—12:24     64 (2002) #1 112

Craig R. Koester, Hebrews, Rhetoric, and the Future of Humanity

 

                                                              Heb 11:13-16

Daniel G. Groody, C.S.C., “Crossing the Divide:  Foundations of a Theology of Migration and Refugees”

 

                                                              Heb 11:13-16

Daniel G. Groody, C.S.C., “Crossing the Divide:  Foundations of a Theology of Migration and Refugees”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 3 (September 2009) 662.

 

                                                              Heb 11:7, 10, 14      40 (1978) #1 58.

James W. Thompson, “Outside the Camp: a Study of Heb 13:9-14”

 

                                                              Heb 11:17-20          39 (1977) #1 66.

Robert J. Daly, S.J., “The Soteriological Significance of the Sacrifice of Isaac”

 

                                                              Hebrews 11:8          66 (2004) #3 421

Scott W. Hahn, “A Broken Covenant and the Curse of Death: A Study of Hebrews 9:15-22”

 

                                                              Heb 11:17-19          66 (2004) #3 429

Scott W. Hahn, “A Broken Covenant and the Curse of Death: A Study of Hebrews 9:15-22”

 

                                                              Heb 10:19—12:29   54 (1992) #4 690

Alan C. Mitchell, S.J., "The Use of prepein in Hebrews 2:10

 

                                                              Heb 11:1-40

Michael L. Cook, .S.J., “The African Experience of Jesus”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 3 (September 2009) 676.

 

                                                              Heb 11:17               72 (2010) #1 134.

Burton L. Visotzky, review of Roger David Aus, The Death, Burial, and Resurrection of Jesus, and the Death, Burial; and Translation of Moses in Judaic Tradition

 

                                                              Hebrews 11:8-19     76 (2014) #2 355.

Gabriella Gelardini, review of John Paul Heil, Hebrews:  Chiastic Structures and Audience Response

 

                                                              Heb 11:17-19          77 (2015) #3 566.

James Swetnam, S.J., review of Romano Penna, Carta a los Romanos:  Introducción, version y comentario

 

          99           Hebrews 1:1-2              

 

17B    100         Luke 2:22-40                

 

17C    102-107        1 Samuel 1:20-22, 24-28   1 Sam 1:3-22          62 (2000) #4 669

Adrian M. Leske, Context and Meaning of Zechariah 9:9

 

                                                              1 Sam 1:24             69 (2007) #3 431.

Mark Leuchter, "`Now There Was a (Certain) Man’: Compositional Chronology in Judges—1 Samuel”

 

                                                              1 Sam 1:24-25         73 (2011) #2 255, 256-258, 262.

Serge Frolov, “`Certain Men’ in Judges and Samuel:  A Rejoinder to Mark Leuchter”

 

                                                              1 Sam 1:22-28         75 (2013) #3 492, 494, 496, 502.

Karl Allen Kuhn, “Deaf or Defiant?  The Literary, Cultural, and Affective-Rhetorical Keys to the Naming of John (Luke 1:57-80)”

 

          104     Psalm 84:2-3, 5-6, 9-10    

 

                                                              Psalm 84:5-7           76 (2014) #4 693, Lectionary page 104.

Robert L. Foster, “The Justice of the Gentiles:  Revisiting the Purpose of Romans”

 

          105     1 John 3:1-2, 21-24           1 John 2:28—3:10   64 (2002) #2 319-338

Urban C. Von Wahlde, “The Stereotyped Structure and the Puzzling Pronouns of 1 John 2:28--3:10”

 

                                                              John 3:18-22 68 (2006) #1 157.

Casimir Bernas, O.C.S.O., review of Angelo Scarano, Storia dell’interpretazione ed esegesi di 1 Gv 3, 18-22

 

                                                              1 John 3:2

Frank J. Matera, "Christ in the Theologies of Paul and John: A Study in the Diverse Unity of New Testament Theology," Theological Studies, Vol. 67, No. 2 (June 2006) 255.

 

                                                              1 John 3:2

Neil J. Ormerod, "Two Points or Four?—Rahner and Lonergan on Trinity, Incarnation, Grace, and Beatific Vision"

Theological Studies, Vol. 68, No. 3 (September 2007) 667.

 

                                                              1 John 3:11-18        72 (2010) #4 748.

Tom Thatcher, “Cain and Abel in Early Christian Memory:  A Case Study in `The Use of the Old Testament in the New’”

 

                                                              1 John 3:24

Robert Hodgson, Jr., review of Stanley E. Porter and Mark J. Boda (eds.), Translating the New Testament:  Text, Translation, Theology

Theological Studies, Vol. 71, No. 3 (September 2010) 809.

 

                                                              1 John 3:1-2            73 (2011) #1 103.

Michael Peppard, “Adopted and Begotten Sons of God:  Paul and John on Divine Sonship”

 

                                                              1 John 3:21

Anthony J. Kelly, C.Ss.R., “`The Body of Christ:  Amen!’:  The Expanding Incarnation”

Theological Studies, Vol. 71, No. 4 (December 2010) 81302.

 

          106     cf. Acts 16:14 b

 

          106     Luke 2:41-52                      Luke 2:41-48           42 (1980) #1 52-72

Alexander Globe, “Some Doctrinal Variants in Matthew 1 and Luke 2, and the Authority of the Neutral Text”

 

                                                              Luke 2:49                65 (2003) #1 85 ff.

Brendan Byrne, S.J., “Jesus as Messiah in the Gospel of Luke: Discerning a Pattern of Correction”

 

                               Luke 1:27

Kilian McDonnell, O.S.B., “Feminist Mariologies: Heteronomy/Subordination and the Scandal of Christology,” Theological Studies, Vol. 66, No. 3 (September 2005) 539.

 

018ABC        New Year’s Day

108     Numbers 6:22-27     Num 6:25      64 (2002) #1 50.

Brian Britt, "Prophetic Concealment in a Biblical Type Scene”

 

                                                              Num 6:24-26 65 (2003) #2 219, 221, 226.

Dennis Hamm, S.J., "The Tamid Service in Luke-Acts: The Cultic Background behind Luke's Theology of Worship (Luke 1:5-25; 18:9-14; 24:50-53; Acts 3:1; 10:3, 30)”

 

                                                              Num 6:24-26 61 (1999) #2 252

J. Ross Wagner, "From the Heavens to the Heart: The Dynamics of Psalm 19 as Prayer”

 

                                                              Num 6:24      68 (2006) #2 215.

Scott C. Jones, "Qohelet's Courtly Wisdom: Ecclesiastes 8:1-9"

 

                                                              Num 6:24-26

Paul Lawrence, The IVP Atlas of Bible History

Downers Grove, Illinois, InterVarsity Press, 2006, 134.

 

                                                              Num 6:24-26 70 (2008) #3 473, 467.

J. Gerald Janzen, "Qohelet on Life `Under the Sun'"

 

                                                              Numbers 6:22-26     77 (2015) #2 348.

Jeremy Schipper, review of Sandra Jacobs, The Body as Property:  Physical Disfigurement in Biblical  Law

 

                                                              Num 6:24-26           78 (2016) #2 294.

Michael Morris, “Deuteronomy in the Matthean and Lucan Temptation I n Light of Early Jewish Antidemonic Tradition”

 

          108     Psalm 67:2-3, 5, 6, 8         Psalm 67:2              64 (2002) #1 50.

Brian Britt, "Prophetic Concealment in a Biblical Type Scene”

 

                                                              Psalm 67                68 (2006) #3 518.

William P. Brown, review of Theodore Mascarenhas, The Missionary Function of Israel in Psalms 67, 96, and 117

 

          109     Galatians 4:4-7                  Gal 4:4-5                 63 (2001) #1 72

Joel Marcus, "`Under the Law’: The Background of a Pauline Expression”

 

                                                              Gal 3:21—4:7          62 (2000) #1 77

Robert A. J. Gagnon, "Why the `Weak’ at Rome Cannot Be Non-Christian       Jews”

 

                                                              Gal 3:1—5:1           62 (2000) #2 307

Brendan Byrne, S.J., "The Problem of Nomos and the Relationship with Judaism in Romans”

 

                                                              Gal 4:24-25             59 (1997) #2 213-233

John L. Thompson, Hagar, "Victim or Villain? Three Sixteenth-Century Views”

 

                                                              Gal 4:6                    64 (2002) # 4 706.

John Paul Heil, "From Remnant to Seed of Hope for Israel: Romans 9:27-29”

 

                                                              Gal 4:4                    65 (2003) #4 562, 565, 566.

Joseph Plevnik S.J., "The Understanding of God at the Basis of Pauline Theology”

 

                                                              Gal 4:4                    51 (1989) #1 23

Bruce J. Malina, "Christ and Time: Swiss or Mediterranean?”

 

                                                              Gal 4:1, 7                68 (2006) #3 544.

Russell Morton, review of Ulrich Heckel, Der Segen im Neuen Testament: Begriff, Formeln, Gesten

 

                                                              Gal 4:4                    71 (2009) #1 66.

C. Clifton Black, “Mark as Historian of God’s Kingdom,”

 

                                                              Gal 4:6                    72 (2010) #3 530.

Nijay K. Gupta, “Which `Body’ Is a Temple (1 Corinthians 6:19)?  Paul beyond the Individual/Communal Divide”

 

                                                              Gal 4-5                    73 (2011) #1 98.

Michael Peppard, “Adopted and Begotten Sons of God:  Paul and John on Divine Sonship”

 

                                                              Gal 4:5                    74 (2012) #3 558.

Benjamin J. Ribbens, “Forensic-Retributive Justification in Romans 3:21-26:  Paul’s Doctrine of Justification in Dialogue with Hebrews”

 

                                                              Gal 4:6

Gerald O’Collins, S.J., review of James D. G. Dunn, Jesus, Paul, and the Gospels

Theological Studies, Vol. 73, No. 2 (June 2012) 454.

 

                                                              Gal 4:1-7

Thomas D. Stegman, S.J., Review of Rodrigo J. Morales, The Spirit and the Restoration of Israel:  New Exodus and New Creation Motifs in Galatians

Theological Studies, Vol. 73, No. 4 (December 2012) 935.

 

                                                              Gal 4:4                    75 (2013) #2 309.

Teresa Kuo-Yu Tsui, “Reconsidering Pauline Juxtaposition of Indicative and Imperative (Romans 6:1-14) in Light of Pauline Apocalypticism”

 

                                                              Gal 4:6-7

Fr. Richard Tomasek, S.J., “In Processu:  Spiritual formation”

Homiletic & Pastoral Review , 90 # 10 (August/September 2010)  82.

 

                                                              Gal 4:6

Christiaan Jacobs-Vandegeer, “The Unity of Salvation:  Divine Missions, the Church, and World Religions”

Theological Studies, Vol. 75, No. 2 (June 2014) 262.

 

                                                              Gal 4:4-5                 76 (2014) #4 777.

Janet Timbie, review of Charles Perrot, Marie de Nazareth au regard des chrétiens du premier siècle

 

                                                              Gal 4:4-5                 77 (2015) #1 116, 117, 119-122.

Matthew W. Bates, “A Christology of Incarnation and Enthronement:  Romans 1:3-4 as Unified, Nonadoptionist, and Nonconciliatory”

 

                                                              Gal 4:6                    77 (2015) #1 165.

Richard I. Pervo, review of William P. Atkinson, Baptism in the Spirit:  Luke-Acts and the Dunn Debate

 

                                                              Gal 4:4-5                 77 (2015) #3 476.

Max Botner, “The Role of Transcriptional Probability in the Next-Critical Debate on Mark 1:1”

 

                                                              Gal 4:1-11

Thomas D. Stegman, S.J., review of Robert Ewusie Moses, Practices of Power:  Revisiting the Principality and Powers in the Pauline Letters

Theological Studies, Vol. 76, No. 3 (September 2015) 605.

 

                                                              Gal 4:4-6

Matthew W. Bates, review of Wesley Hill, Paul and the Trinity:  Persons, Relations and the Pauline Letters

Theological Studies, Vol. 77, No. 1 (March 2016) 219.

 

                                                              Gal 4:4-7                 78 (July 2016) #3 550.

Julien Smith, review of Wesley Hill, Paul and the Trinity:  Persons, Relations, and the Pauline Letters

 

                                                              Gal 4:6                    78 (October 2016) #4 712, 713, 719, 722.

Michael Winger, “The Meaning of Pneuma in the Letters of Paul:  A Linguistic analysis of Sense and Reference”

 

                                                              Gal 4:6                    79 (January 2017) #1, 77.

John R. Coulson, “Jesus and the Spirit in Paul’s Theology:  The Earthly Jesus”

 

                                                              Gal 4:4                    79 (January 2017) #1, 80, 93.

John R. Coulson, “Jesus and the Spirit in Paul’s Theology:  The Earthly Jesus”

 

 

          110     Hebrews 1:1-2        

 

          110     Luke 2:16-21                     Luke 2:20                56 (1994) #2 283

Dennis Hamm, S.J., What the Samaritan Leper Sees: The Narrative Christology of Luke 17:11-19

 

                                                              Luke 2:22                42 (1980) #1 52-72

Alexander Globe, Some Doctrinal Variants in Matthew 1 and Luke 2, and the Authority of the Neutral Text

 

                                                              Luke 2:21-38

Paul Lawrence, The IVP Atlas of Bible History

(Downers Grove, Illinois,  InterVarsity Press, 2006) 133, 137.

 

                                                              Luke 2:21

Michael Peppard, “Paul Would Be Proud:  The New Testament and Jewish-Gentile Respect”

Theological Studies, Vol. 76, No. 2 (June 2015) 275.

 

                                                              Psalm 118:22          75 (2013) #3 496.

Karl Allen Kuhn, “Deaf or Defiant?  The Literary, Cultural, and Affective-Rhetorical Keys to the Naming of John (Luke 1:57-80)”

 

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19ABC              111                               Sirach 24:1-2; 8-12            41 (1979) #3 365-379

Patrick W. Skehan, "Structures in Poems on Wisdom: Proverbs 8 and Sirach 24”

 

                                                              Sir 1:1—42:14       65 (2003) #2 220.

Dennis Hamm, S.J., “The Tamid Service in Luke-Acts: The Cultic Background behind Luke's Theology of Worship (Luke 1:5-25; 18:9-14; 24:50-53; Acts 3:1; 10:3, 30)”

 

                                                              Sirach 24:9

Richard Clifford, S.J. and Khaled Anatolois, "Christian Salvation: Biblical and Theological Perspectives"

Theological Studies, Vol. 66, No. 4 (December 2005) 761, 762.

 

                                                              Sir 24:8        

Alfio Marcello Buscemi, “The Evil of Self-Will Admonition II of Saint Francis,” translated by Edward Hagman, O.F.M.

Greyfriars Review Vol. 19, Issue 1 (2005) 15.

 

112     Psalm 147:12-13, 14-15, 19-20 (John 1:14)

 

112     John 1:14                                     John 1:14                          71 (2009) #1 93.

Tobias HägerlandHagerland, “The Power of Prophecy: A Septuagintal Echo in John 20:19-23.”

 

                                                              John 1:1                  71 (2009) #2 389.

Edwin C. Hostetter, review of Ephraim Radner, Leviticus

 

                                                              John 1:1-13             71 (2009) #3 639.

Elizabeth Struthers Malbon, review of Brendan Byrne, S.J., A Costly Freedom: A Theological Reading of Mark’s Gospel

 

                                                              John 1:14                71 (2009) #4 900.

N. Clayton Cory, review of Paul M. Hopkins, Jesus as the Fulfillment of the Temple in the Gospel of John

 

                                                              John 1:14                71 (2009) #4 906.

Dietmar Neufeld, review of Ela Nutu, Incarnate Word, Inscribed Flesh: John’s Prologue and the Postmodern.

 

                                                              John 1:14                72 (2010) #1 168.

Andreas J. KostenbergerKöstenberger, review, Hans-Ulrich Weidemann, Der Tod Jesu in Johannesevangelium: Die erste Abschiedsrede als Schlusseltext fur den Passions-und Osterbericht

 

                                                              John 1:14                72 (2010) #3 588.

Maarten J. J. Menken, review of Nicole Chibici-Revneanu, Die Herrlichkeit des Verherrlichten:  Das Verstandnis der doxa im Johannesevangelium

 

                                                              John 1:1-5               70 (2008) #2 377.

Séan P. Kealy, C.S.SP., review of Robert J. Karris, O.V.M. (ed.), St. Bonaventure, Commentary on the Gospel of John, vol. 11 of Works of St. Bonaventure

 

                                                              John 1:14

Anthony J. Kelly, C.Ss.R., “`The Body of Christ:  Amen!’:  The Expanding Incarnation”

Theological Studies, Vol. 71, No. 4 (December 2010) 792, 807.

 

                                                              John 1:12-13           73 (2011) #1 8, 19.

Sandra M. Schneiders, “The Lamb of God and the Forgiveness of Sin(s) in the Fourth Gospel”

 

                                                              John 1:1-18             73 (2011) #1 102, 103, 104, 106, 107.

Michael Peppard, “Adopted and Begotten Sons of God:  Paul and John on Divine Sonship”

 

                                                              John 1:14-18           73 (2011) #1 175, 176.

Jo-Ann Badley, review of Alexander Tsutserov, Glory, Grace, and Truth:  Ratification of the Sinaitic Covenant according to the Gospel of John

 

                                                              John 1:15               

John D. Dadosky, “Woman without Envy:  Toward Reconceiving the Immaculate Conception”

Theological Studies, Vol. 72, No. 1 (March 2011) 34.

                                                              John 1:14

Gioacchino Campese, C.S., “The Irruption of Migrants:  Theology of Migration in the 21st Century”

Theological Studies, Vol. 73, No. 1 (March 2012s) 22.

 

 

 

                                                              John 1:14

Teresa Okure, S.H.C.J., “Jesus and the Samaritan Woman (Jn 4:1-42) in Africa”

Theological Studies, Vol. 70, No. 2 (June 2009) 417.

 

                                                              John 1:14

Paul Lawrence, The IVP Atlas of Bible History

(Downers Grove, Illinois,  InterVarsity Press, 2006)  13.

 

                                                              John 1:14                77 (2015) #2 368.

James Swetnam, S.J., review of Christian A. Eberhardt, Kultmetaphorik und Christologie:  Opfer- und Sühneterminologie im Neuen Testament

 

                                                              John 1:1-18             78 (July 2016) #3 529.

Vincent M. Smiles, review of William P. Brown, Sacred Sense:  Discovering the Wonder o fGod’s Word and World

 

                                                              John 1:1                  78 (October 2016) #4 690.

José Enrique Aguilar Chiu, “A Theological Reading of exepneusen in Mark 15:37,39”

 

                                                              John 1:11

Peter C. Phan, “Deus Migrator—God the Migrant:  Migration of Theology and Theology of Migration”

Theological Studies, Vol. 77, No. 4 (December 2016) 862.

 

 

          112     Psalm 147:12-13, 14-15, 19-20   

                                                             Psalm 127:12, 20    45 (1983) #2 195-200

Lloyd M. Barré, “Halelu yah: A Broken Inclusion”

 

                                                              Psalm 147:19-20

Richard Clifford, S.J. and Khaled Anatolois, "Christian Salvation: Biblical and Theological Perspectives"

Theological Studies, Vol. 66, No. 4 (December 2005) 763.

 

                                                              John 1:14

Bernard P. Prusak, “Explaining Eucharistic `Real Presence’:  Movi