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Lucan Studies General Bibliography

Surveys of Lucan Research (updated in 2019)

  1. Allen, D.L. “Acts Studies in the 1990’s: Unity and Diversity,” CrisTR 5 (1990): 3-13.
  2. Barrett, C.K. Luke the Historian in Recent Study. London: Epworth Press, 1961.
  3. Bovon, François. Luke the Theologian: Fifty-five Years of Research (1950-2005). 2nd Revised Edition. Translated by Ken McKinney. Waco: Baylor University Press, 2006
  4. Bruce. F.F. “The Acts of the Apostles Today,” BJRL 65 (1982-83): 36-56.
  5. Gasque, Ward W. “A Fruitful Field: Recent Study of the Acts of the Apostles.” Int 42 (1988): 117-31.
  6. ———-.A History of the Criticism of the Acts of the Apostles. BGBE 17. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1975. Repr. as History of the Interpretation of the Acts of the Apostles. Peabody: Hendrickson, 1989.
  7. Guthrie, Donald. “Recent Literature on the Acts of the Apostles.” Vox evangelica 2 (1963): 33-49.
  8. Jervell, Jacob. “Retrospect and Prospect in Luke-Acts Interpretation.” SBL Seminar Papers 1991: 383-404.
  9. Jipp, Joshua W. “The Acts of the Apostles.” Pages 350-387 in The State of New Testament STudies: A Survey of Recent Research. Edited by Scot McKnight and Nijay K. Gupta. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2019.
  10. Marshall, I. Howard.  “Recent Study of the Acts of the Apostles.” Expository Times 80 (1969): 292-96.
  11. ———-. “The Present State of Lucan Studies.” Themelios 14 (1989): 52-57.
  12. ———-. “Acts in Current Study.” Expository Times 115 (2003): 49-52.
  13. Mattill, A. J., Jr., and Mary Bedford Mattill, comps. A Classified Bibliography of Literature on the Acts of the Apostles. New Testament Tools and Studies, vol. 7. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1966.
  14. McKnight, Scot, and Grant R. Osborne, eds. The Face of New Testament Studies. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2005.
  15. Mills, Watson E. A bibliography of the periodical literature on the Acts of the Apostles 1962-1984. Supplements to Novum Testamentum. Leiden: Brill, 1986.
  16. Penner, T. “Madness in the Method? The Acts of the Apostles in Current Study.” Currents in Biblical Research 2 (2004), 223-293.
  17. Powell, M.A. What Are They Saying about Acts? New York: Paulist, 1991.
  18. Strait, Drew J., “The Gospel of Luke.” Pages 315-333 in The State of New Testament STudies: A Survey of Recent Research. Edited by Scot McKnight and Nijay K. Gupta. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2019.
  19. Stuehrenberg, P.F. “The Study of Acts before the Reformation. A Bibliographic Introduction.” Novum Testamentum 29 (1987): 100-136.
  20. Turner, M.M. B. “The Significance of Receiving the Spirit in Luke-Acts: A Survey of Modern Scholarship.” TJ (1981): 131-158.
  21. Tyson, Joseph B. Luke, Judaism, and the Scholars. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press,1999.
  22. Wagner, Günter. An Exegetical Bibliography of the New Testament: Luke and Acts. Macon: Mercer University Press, 1985.

Commentaries, Monographs, Articles and Essays

  1. Alexander, Loveday. Acts in its Ancient Literary Context: A Classicist Looks at the Acts of te Apostles. Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement Series 289. New York: Continuum, 2006.
  2. ———-. ‘Which Greco-Roman Prologues Most Closely Parallel the Lukan Prologues?’ Pages 9-26 in Jesus and the Heritage of Israel. Edited by David P. Moessner. Harrisburg: Trinity Press International, 1999.
  3. ———-. “Luke’s Preface in the Context of Greek Preface-Writing” Novum Testamentum 28 (1986), 48-74.
  4. Aune, David E. The New Testament in Its Literary Environment. Philadelphia: Westminster/ John Knox, 1987.
  5. Barrett, C.K. A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Acts of the Apostles, vol. 1-2. International Critical Commentary. Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 1994-1998.
  6. ———-. “Old Testament History according to Stephen and Paul.” Pages 57-69 in Studien zum Text und zur Ethik des Neuen Testaments (festschrift for Heinrich Greeven). Edited by Wolfgang Schrage. Berlin: de Gruyter, 1986.
  7. Bock, D.L. Proclamation from Prophecy and Pattern: Lucan Old Testament Christology. JSNTSup 12. Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1987.
  8. Bradley, James. “Miracle and Martyrdom in the Early Church: Some Theological and Ethical Implications. Pneuma 13 (1991), 65-81.
  9. Brawley, Robert L. Centering on God: Method and Message in Luke-Acts. Louisville: John Knox Press, 1990.
  10. Brehm, H.A. “The Significance of the Summaries for Interpreting Acts.” SWJT 33 (1990), 29-40.
  11. Bruce, F.F. The Acts of the Apostles: The Greek Text with Introduction and Commentary. 3rd rev. and enl. ed. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1990.
  12. ———-. The Book of Acts. rev. ed. The New International Commentary on the New Testament. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1988.
  13. ———-. “The Holy Spirit in the Acts of the Apostles.” Int 27 (1973), 166-183.
  14. Cadbury, H.J. The Making of Luke-Acts. New York: MacMillan, 1927.
  15. Cassidy, Richard J. Jesus, Society and Politics in the Acts of the Apostles. Maryknoll: Orbis, 1987.
  16. Cassidy, Richard J. and Philip. Scharper. Political Issues in Luke-Acts. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books,1983
  17. Conzelmann, H. Die Apostelgeschichte. HNT. Tubingen: J.C.B. Mohr, 1964. ET, The Acts of the Apostles. Hermeneia Commentaries. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1987.
  18. Cosgrove, Charles H. “The Divine DEI in Luke-Acts,” Novum Testamentum 26 (1984), 168-190.
  19. Cullen, Peter J. “Euphoria, Praise and Thanksgiving; Rejoicing in the Spirit in Luke-Acts.” JPT 6 (1995), 13-24.
  20. Denova, Rebecca. The things accomplished among us: prophetic tradition in the structural pattern of Luke-Acts. Journal for the Study of the New Testament: Supplement Series.Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1997.
  21. Dibelius, Martin. The Book of Acts: Form, Style, and Theology. Edited by K.C. Hanson. Fortress Classics in biblical Studies. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2004.
  22. Dillon, R.J. “The Prophecy of Christ and His Witness According to the Discourses of Acts.” NTS 32 (1986), 544-556.
  23. Dunn, James D.G. Christianity in the Making. Vol. 1: Jesus Remembered. Vol. 2: Beginning from Jerusalem. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2003, 2009.
  24. Dupont, J. The Salvation of the Gentiles: Studies in the Acts of the Apostles. Translated by John Keating, S.J. New York: Paulist Press, 1967.
  25. Evans, C.A. and J.A. Sanders. Luke and Scripture: The Function of Sacred Tradition in Luke-Acts. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1993.
  26. Filson, Floyd. “Journey Motif in Luke-Acts.” Pages 68-77 in Apostolic History and the Gospel. Edited by W. W. Gasque and R. Martin. Exeter: Paternoster Press, 1970.
  27. Foakes Jackson, F.J. and Kirsopp Lake, eds. The Beginnings of Christianity: The Acts of the Apostles. 5 vols. London: Macmillan, 1920-1933. Repr., Grand Rapids: Baker, 1979.
  28. Fuller, Michael. The Restoration of Israel: Israel’s Re-gathering and the Fate of the Nations in Early Jewish Literature and Luke-Acts. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2006
  29. Garrett, Susan R. The Demise of the Devil: Magic and the Demonic in Luke’s Writings. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1990.
  30. Gaventa, Beverly Roberts. The Acts of the Apostles. Abingdon New Testament Commentary. Nashville: Abingdon, 2003.
  31. Gen, Raymond M. “The Phenomena of Miracles and Divine Infliction in Luke-Acts: Their Theological Significance.” Pneuma 11 (1989), 3-19.
  32. Haenchen, Ernst. The Acts of the Apostles: a commentary. Translated by Bernard Noble and Gerlad Shinn, under the supervision of Hugh Anderson, revised by R. McL. Wilson. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1971, 1982.
  33. Hemer, Colin J.  The Book of Acts in the Setting of Hellenistic History. Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament.Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1989.
  34. Hill, C. C. Hellenists and Hebrews: Reappraising Division within the Earliest Church. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1992
  35. House, Paul R. “Suffering and Purpose of Acts.” JETS 33 (1990), 317-330.
  36. Jervell, Jacob. The Unknown Paul: Essays on Luke-Acts and Early Christian History. Minneapolis: Augsburg, 1984.
  37. Johnson, Luke Timothy. The Acts of the Apostles. Sacra Pagina 5. Collegeville: Liturgical, 1992.
  38. ———-. The Literary Function of Possessions in Luke-Acts. SBLDS 39. Missoula: Scholars Press, 1977.
  39. Karris, Robert J. Luke: Artist and Theologian. Luke’s Passion Account as Literature. Theological Inquiries. New York: Paulist Press, 1985.
  40. ———-. “Missionary Communities: A New Paradigm for the Study of Luke-Acts. CBQ 41 (1979), 80-97.
  41. Keck, Leander E., and J. Louis Martyn, eds. Studies in Luke-Acts. New York: Abingdon Press, 1966.
  42. Kilgallen, John S.J. “Acts: Literary and Theological Turning Points,’ BTB 7 (1977), 177-180.
  43. ———-. “Paul’s Speech to the Ephesian Elders: Its Structure.” Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses 70 (1994), 112-121.
  44. ———-. “The Function of Stephen’s Speech (Acts 7,2-35)” Biblica 70 (1989), 173-193.
  45. Klauck, Hans-Josef. Magic and Paganism in Early Christianity: The World of the Acts of the Apostles. Translated by Brian McNeil. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2003.
  46. Krodel, Gerhard A. Acts. Augsburg Commentary on the New Testament. Minneapolis: Augsburg, 1986.
  47. Kurz, William S. Reading Luke-Acts: Dynamics of Biblical Narrative. Louisville: Westminster/ John Knox, 1993.
  48. ———-. “Narrative Models for Imitation in Luke-Acts.” Pages 171-189 in Greeks, Romans and Christians. Edited by David L. Balch, Everett Ferguson, and Wayne A. Meeks. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1990.
  49. Kydd, Ronald A.N. Charismatic Gifts in the Early Church. Peabody: Hendrickson, 1984.
  50. Litwak, Kenneth Duncan. Echoes of scripture in Luke-Acts: telling the history of God’s people intertextually. Journal for the Study of the New Testament: Supplement Series. London: T & T Clark International, 2005.
  51. Longenecker, Richard N. “The Acts of the Apostles.” Pages 205-573 in The Expositor’s Bible Commentary 9. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1981.
  52. Lüdemann, Gerd. Early Christianity according to the Tradition in Acts: A Commentary. Translated by John Bowden. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1989.
  53. MacDonald,Dennis R. Does the New Testament Imitate Homer? Four Cases from the Acts of the Apostles. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003.
  54. Marshall, I.Howard. Acts. Tyndale New Testament Commentaries. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1980.
  55. ———-. Luke: Historian and Theologian. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1970.
  56. Mattill, A.J. “The Jesus-Paul Parallels and the Purpose of Luke-Acts: H.H. Evans Reconsidered.” Novum Testamentum 17 (1975): 15-46.
  57. ———-. “The Purpose of Acts: Schneckenburger Reconsidered.” Pages 108-122 in Apostolic History and the Gospel. Edited by W. Ward Gasque and Ralph P. Martin. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1970.
  58. Menzies, Robert. “The Distinctive Character of Luke’s Pnematology.” Paraclete (1991), 17-30.
  59. Minear, Paul S. “Dear Theo: The Kerygmatic Intention and Claim of Luke-Acts.” Int 27 (1973), 131-150.
  60. Moessner, David P. “‘The Christ Must Suffer’: Rethinking the Theology of the Cross in Luke-Acts.” Novum Testamentum 28 (1986), 220-256.
  61. ———-. “The Church Must Suffer: Rethinking the Theology of the Cross in Luke-Acts.”95 in SBL 1990 Seminar Papers. Edited by David J. Lull. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1990.
  62. Neyrey, Jerome H., ed. The Social World of Luke-Acts: Models for Interpretation. Peabody: Hendrickson, 1991.
  63. The New Interpreter’s Bible: A Commentary in Twelve Volumes. Volume 10; Acts, Introduction to Epistlolary Literature, Romans, 1 Corinthians. Nashville: Abingdon, 2002. Robert W. Wall, Acts, Introduction to Epistolary LIterature; N. Thomas Wright, Romans. J. Paul Sampley, 1 Corinthians. 13 volumes (1994-2004)
  64. O’Neill, J.C. The Theology of Acts in Its Historical Setting. London: SPCK, 1970.
  65. O’Toole, Robert. “Parallels between Jesus and Moses.” BTB 20 (1990), 22-29.
  66. ———-. “Parallels between Jesus and the Disciples in Luke-Acts: A Further Study. BibZeit 27 (1983):195-212.
  67. ———-. “Activity of the Risen Jesus in Luke-Acts.” Biblica 62 (1981), 471-498.
  68. Parsons, Mikeal C. and Pervo, Richard I. Rethinking the Unity of Luke and Acts. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1993.
  69. Palmer, D.W. “Acts and the Historical Monograph.” Tyndale Bulletin 43 (1992): 373-88.
  70. Penner, Todd and Caroline Vander Stichele, eds. Contextualizing Acts: Lukan Narrative and Greco-Roman Discourse. Society of Biblical Literature Symposium 20. Atlanta: SBL, 2003.
  71. Penney, John Michael. The Missionary Emphasis of Lukan Pneumatology. JPTSS 12. Sheffield: Sheffield University Press, 1997.
  72. Pervo, Richard I. Profit with Delight: The Literary Genre of the Acts of the Apostles. Philadelphia: Fortress, 1987.
  73. ———-. Acts: A Commentary. Hermeneia: a Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible. Philadelphia: Fortress, 2008.
  74. Praeder, Susan. “Jesus-Paul, Peter-Paul and Jesus-Peter parallelism in Luke-Acts: A History of Reader Response.” Pages 23-39 in  Society of Biblical Literature 1984 Seminar Papers. Edited by Kent Harold Richards. Chico, Calif: Scholars Press, 1984.
  75. ———-. “Miracle Worker and Missionary: Paul in the Acts of the Apostles.” Society of Biblical Literature 1983 Seminar Papers. Edited by Kent Harold Richards. Chico, Calif.: Scholars Press, 1983.
  76. Richard, Earl, ed., New Views on Luke and Acts. Collegeville, Minnesota: The Liturgical Press, 1990.
  77. Sheely, Steven M. Narrative Asides in Luke-Acts. Journal for the Study of the New Testament: Supplement Series 72; Sheffield: JSOT, 1992.
  78. Smalley, Stephen S. “Spirit, Kingdom and Prayer in Luke-Acts.” Novum Testamentum 15 (1973). 59-71.
  79. Soards, M.L. The Speeches in Acts: Their Content, Context, and Concerns. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox, 1994.
  80. Spenser, F. Scott. Journeying through Acts: A Literary-Cultural Reading. Peabody: Hendrickson, 2004.
  81. Sterling, Gregory E. Historiography and Self-definition: Josephus, Luke-Acts, and Apologetic Historiography. Novum Testamentum Supplements 64. Leiden: Brill, 1992.
  82. Stock, A. “A Realistic Spirituality: pathos in Luke-Acts.” Journal of Spiritual Formation. 15 (1994), 321-332.
  83. Strelan, Rick. Strange Acts: Studies on the Cultural World of the Acts of the Apostles. BZNW 126. New York: de Gruyter, 2004.
  84. Stronstad, Roger, The Prophethood of All Believers: A Study in Luke’s Charismatic Theology. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1999.
  85. ———-. “Trends in Pentecostal Hermeneutics,” Paraclete 22 (1988), 1-12.
  86. Talbert, Charles H. Reading Luke-Acts in its Mediterranean milieu. Supplements to Novum Testamentum 107. Leiden: Brill, 2003.
  87. ———-. “Discipleship in Luke-Acts.” Pages 62-75 in Discipleship in the New Testament. Edited by Fenano F. Segovia. Philadelphia: Fortress, 1985.
  88. ———-., ed. Luke-Acts: New Perspectives from the Society of Biblical Literature Seminar. New York: Crossroad, 1984.
  89. ———-., ed. Perspectives on Luke-Acts. Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1978.
  90. ———-. Literary Patterns, Theological Themes and the Genre of Luke-Acts. Society of Biblical Literature Monograph Series 20. Missoula: Scholars, 1984.
  91. Tannehill, R.C. The Narrative Unity of Luke-Acts: A Literary Interpretation. 2 volumes. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1986, 1990.
  92. Turner, M.M.B., “Power from on High”: the Spirit in Israel’s Restoration and Witness in Luke-Acs. JPTSS 9. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1996.
  93. Tyson, Joseph B. Images of Judaism in Luke-Acts. Columbia: University of South Carolina, 1991.
  94. ———-. The Death of Jesus in Luke-Acts. Columbia: University of South Caroline, 1986.
  95. Weinrich, William C. Spirit and Martyrdom: A Study of the Work of the Holy Spirit in Contexts of Persecution and Martyrdom in the New Testament and Early Christian Literature. Washington D.C.: University Press of America, 1981.
  96. Winter, Bruce W., ed. The Book of Acts in Its First Century Setting. 5 vols. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1993-1997.
  97. Witherington III, Ben. The Acts of the Apostles: A Socio-Rhetorical Commentary. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1998.
  98. ———-., ed. History, Literature and Society in the Book of Acts. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996.

Apocalyptic Literature General Research Bibliography

  1. Archer, Melissa. “I Was in the Spirit on the Lord’s Day”: Pentecostal Engagement with Worship in the Apocalypse. Cleveland, TN: CPT, 2015.
  2. Aune, David E. Apocalypticism, Prophecy and Magic in Early Christianity: Collected Essays. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2006.
  3. ———-. Revelation. 3 vols. WBC 52a-c. Dallas: Word, 1997; Nashville: Nelson, 1998.
  4. ———-. The New Testament in Its Literary Environment. Philadelphia: Westminster, 1987.
  5. ———-. “The Influence of Roman Imperial Court Ceremonial on the Apocalypse of John.” Biblical Research 28 (1983): 5-26.
  6. Bailey, Daniel P. “The Intertextual Relationship of Daniel 12:2 and Isaiah 26:19: Evidence from Qumran and the Greek Versions.” Tyndale Bulletin 51 (2000): 305-308.
  7. Bandy, Alan S. “The Layers of the Apocalypse: An Integrative Approach to Revelation’s Macrostructure.” Journal for the Study fo the New Testament 31 (2009): 469-499.
  8. Barr, David R. “John’s Ironic Empire.” Interpretation 63, no. 1 (2009): 20-30.
  9. ———-. “The Apocalypse as a Symbolic Transformation of the World.” Int 38 (1984): 39-50.
  10. Bauckham, Richard. The Climax of Prophecy: Studies on the Book of Revelation. New York: T&T Clark, 1993.
  11. ———-. The Theology of the Book of Revelation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993.
  12. Beale, G. K. and D. A. Carson, eds. Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2007.
  13. Beale, G. K. The Book of Revelation: A Commentary on the Greek Text. NIGTC. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1999.
  14. ———-. “The Influence of Daniel Upon the Structure and Theology of John’s
  15. Apocalypse.” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 27, no. 4 (1984): 413-423.
  16. Beasley-Murray, George R. Jesus and the Last Days: The Interpretation of the Olivet Discourse. Peabody: Hendrickson, 1993.
  17. ———-. Beasley-Murray, G. R. “The Interpretation of Daniel 7.” CBQ 45 (1983): 44-58
  18. Blackwell, Ben C. and John K. Goodrich, eds. Paul and the Apocalyptic Imagination. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2016.
  19. Boccaccini, G. “Daniel and the Dream Visions: The Genre of Apocalyptic and the Apocalyptic Tradition.” Pages 126-160 in Middle Judaism: Jewish Thought, 300 B. C.E. to 200B.C.E., 126-60. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1991.
  20. Boring, M. Eugene. “The Voice of Jesus in the Apocalypse of John.” Novum Testamentum 34 (1992): 334-359.
  21. Bovon, François. “John’s Self-Presentation in Revelation 1:9–10.” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 62 (2000): 693-700.
  22. Boxall, Ian. The Revelation of Saint John. BNTC. London: A&C Black, 2006.
  23. Braaten, Carl E, and Robert W. Jenson. The Last Things: Biblical and Theological Perspectives on Eschatology. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2002.
  24. Brueggemann, W. “At the Mercy of Babylon: A Subversive Rereading of the Empire.” JBL 110 (1991): 3-22
  25. Burge, Gary M., Lynn H. Cohick, and Gene L. Green. The New Testament in Antiquity. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2009.
  26. Caird, G. B. A Commentary on the Revelation of St. John the Divine. New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1966.
  27. Campbell, W. Gordon. Reading Revelation: A Thematic Approach. Cambridge, UK: James Clarke & CO, 2012.
  28. Carey, Greg and L. Gregory Bloomquist, eds. Vision and Persuasion: Rhetorical Dimensions of Apocalyptic Discourse. St. Louis: Chalice Press, 1999.
  29. Casey, M. Son of Man: The Interpretation and Influence of Daniel 7. London: SPCK, 1979.
  30. Charlesworth, James H. The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha and the New Testament. 2d ed. Valley Forge: Trinity,1998.
  31. ———-. ed. Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, Vol.1: Apocalyptic Literature and Testaments. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1983.
  32. Clouse, Robert G, George E. Ladd, Herman A. Hoyt, Loraine Boettner, and Anthony A. Hoekema. The Meaning of the Millennium: Four Views. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1977.
  33. Clowney, Edmund. The Unfolding Mystery. 2nd ed. Phillipsburgh, NJ: P&R, 2013.
  34. Cohn, N. Cosmos, Chaos and the World to Come: The Ancient Roots of Apocalyptic Faith. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1993.
  35. Collins, Adela Yabro. Crisis and Catharsis: The Power of the Apocalypse. Philadelphia: Westminster, 1984.
  36. ———-. “The Revelation of John: An Apocalyptic Response to a Social Crisis.” Currents in Theology and Mission 8(1981): 4-12.
  37. ———-. “The Political Perspective of the Revelation to John.” Journal of Biblical
  38. Literature 96, no. 2 (1977): 241-256.
  39. Collins, John J. Apocalypticism in the Dead Sea Scrolls. London: Routledge, 1997.
  40. ———-. The Apocalyptic Imagination: An Introduction to Jewish Apocalyptic Literature. 2d ed. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1998.
  41. ———-. Daniel. Hermenia. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1993.
  42. ———-. “Inspiration of Illusion: Biblical Theology and the Book of Daniel.” Ex Auditu 6 (1990): 29-38.
  43. ———-. “New Light on the Book of Daniel From the Dead Sea Scrolls.” Perspectives in the Study of the Old Testament and Early Judaism (1998): 180-96.
  44. ———-. Daniel with an Introduction to Apocalyptic Literature. Forms of the Old Testament Literature 20. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1984.
  45. ———-. “Introduction: The Morphology of a Genre,” Semeia 14 (1979): 1‐20.
  46. ———-. The Apocalyptic Vision of the Book of Daniel. Missoula: Scholars, 1977.
  47. Davies, P. R. Daniel. Old Testament Guides. Sheffield: JSOT, 1985.
  48. deSilva, David A. Seeing Things John’s Way: The Rhetoric of the Book of Revelation. Louisville, KY: Westminster Kohn Knox, 2009.
  49. ———-. Introducing the Apocrypha. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2002.
  50. ———-. “The Social Setting of the Revelation to John: Conflicts Within, Fears Without.” Westminster Theological Journal 54 (1992): 273-302.
  51. Diehl, Judy. “‘Babylon’: Then, Now and ‘Not Yet’: Anti-Roman Rhetoric in the Book of Revelation.” Currents in Biblical Research 11 (2013): 168-195.
  52. diTommazo, Lorenzo, A Bibliography of Pseudepigrapha Research 1850-1999. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2001.
  53. Duvall, J. Scott. Revelation. TTC. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2014.
  54. Evans, Craig A. Ancient Texts for New Testament Studies: A Guide to the Background Literature. Peabody: Hendrickson, 2005.
  55. ———-. “Messiahs.” Pages 537-42 in Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Edited by L. H. Shiffman and James C. VanderKam. 2 vols. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  56. Fee, Gordon D. Revelation. New Covenant Commentary Series. Eugene: Cascade Books, 2011.
  57. Fekkes, Jan. Isaiah and Prophetic Traditions in the Book of Revelation: Visionary Antecedents and Their Development. JSNTS 93. Sheffield: Sheffield University Press, 1994.
  58. Ferguson, Everett. Backgrounds of Early Christianity. 3d ed. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2003.
  59. Fewell, D. N. Circle of Sovereignty: Plotting Politics in the Book of Daniel. Nashville: Abingdon, 1991.
  60. Friesen, Steven J. Imperial Cults and the Apocalypse of John: Reading Revelation in the Ruins. Oxford: Oxford University, 2001.
  61. ———. “Satan’s Throne, Imperial Cults and the Social Settings of Revelation.” Journal for the Study of the New Testament 27, no. 3 (2005): 351-373.
  62. ———. “Sarcasm in Revelation 2-3: Churches, Christians, True Jews, and Satanic Synagogues.” In The Reality of Apocalypse: Rhetoric and Politics in the Book of Revelation, edited by David L Barr, 169-180. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.
  63. Galinsky, Karl. “The Cult of the Roman Emperor: Uniter or Divider.” In Rome and Religion: A Cross-Disciplinary Dialogue on the Imperial Cult, edited by Jeffrey Brodd, and Jonathan L. Reed, 5, 1-21. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011.
  64. García Martínez, Florentino. The Dead Sea Scrolls Translated. Leiden: E. J. Brill; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1994.
  65. Goldingay, J. Daniel. Word Biblical Commentary 30. Dallas: Word, 1989.
  66. Good, E. M. “Apocalyptic as Comedy.” In Tragedy and Comedy in the Bible. Edited by J. C. Exum. Semeia 32 (1984): 41-70.
  67. Gorman, Michael J. Reading Revelation Responsibly: Uncivil Worship and Witness: Following the lamb into the New Creation. Eugene: Wipf and Stock, 2011.
  68. Gowan, Donald E. Daniel. Abingdon OT Commentaries. Abingdon Press, 2001.
  69. Graves, David Elton. The Seven Messages of Revelation and Vassal Treaties: Literary Genre, Structure, and Function. Vol. 41 of Gorgias Dissertations. Piscataway: Gorgias, 2014.
  70. Gregg, Steve. Revelation: Four Views. A Parallel Commentary. Revised and updated ed. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2013.
  71. Gundry, Robert Horton. “Angelomorphic Christology in the Book of Revelation.” In The Old is Better: New Testament Essays in Support of Traditional Interpretations, edited by Robert Horton Gundry, 178, 377-398. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2005.
  72. Hanson, P. D. “Biblical Apocalypticism: The Theological Dimension.” HBT 7(1985): 1-20.
  73. Hardy, Frank W. “The Hebrew Singular of “Week” in the Expression “One Week” in Daniel 9:27.” Andrews University Seminary Studies 32 (1994): 197-202
  74. Harrington, Daniel J. “The Ideology of Rule in Daniel 7-12.” SBL Seminar Papers 38 (1999): 540-51.
  75. Harrington, Wilfred J. Revelation. Sacra Pagina. Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 1993.
  76. Hasel, G. F. “The Identity of ‘the Saints of the Most High’ in Daniel 7.” Bib 56 (1975): 173-92.
  77. Hays, Richard B. and S. Alkier, eds. Revelation and the Politics of Apocalyptic Interpretation. Waco: Baylor University Press, 2012.
  78. Helyer, Larry R. Exploring Jewish Literature of the Second Temple Period. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 2002.
  79. Hemer, Colin J. The Letters to the Seven Churches in Asia in their Local Setting. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2001. Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1986.
  80. Hewitt, C. M. K. “Guidelines to the Interpretation of Daniel and Revelation.” Pages 101-116 in A Guide to Biblical Prophecy, 2d ed. Edited by C. E. Armerding and W. W. Gasque. Peabody: Hendrickson, 1989.
  81. Horton, Stanley M. The Ultimate Victory: An Exposition of the Book of Revelation. Springfield, MO: Gospel Publishing House, 1991.
  82. Johns, Loren L. The Lamb Christology of the Apocalypse of John: An Investigation Into Its Origins and Rhetorical Force. Vol. 167 of Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen Zum Neuen Testament 2. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2003.
  83. Johnson, Alan F. Revelation. Expositor’s Bible Commentary. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1996.
  84. Johnson, Dennis E. Triumph of the Lamb: A Commentary on Revelation. Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 2001.
  85. Johns, Loren. The Lamb Christology of the Apocalypse of John. WUNT 2/167. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2000.
  86. Keener, Craig, Revelation. NIVAC. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2000.
  87. Koester, Craig R.  Revelation. AB. Rev. ed. New Haven: Yale, 2014.
  88. ———-. “Roman Slave Trade and the Critique of Babylon in Revelation 18.” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 70, (2008): 766-786.
  89. ———-. “The Message to Laodicea and the Problem of Its Local Context: A Study of the Imagery in Rev 3.14–22.” New Testament Studies 49, (2003): 407-424.
  90. ———-. Revelation and the End of All Things. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2001.
  91. Kovacs, Judith and Christopher Rowland. Revelation: The Apocalypse of Jesus Christ. Blackwell Bible Commentaries. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2004.
  92. Kraybill, J. Nelson. Apocalypse and Allegiance; Worship, Politics, and Devotion in the Book of Revelation. Grand Rapids: Brazos, 2010.
  93. ———-. Imperial Cult and Commerce in John’s Apocalypse. JSNT 132. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic, 1996.
  94. Kuhn, Karl A. “The “One Like a Son of Man” Becomes the “Son of God”.” CBQ 69 (2007): 22-42.
  95. Ladd, George E. The Blessed Hope. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1956
  96. Lambrecht, Jan, ed. L’Apocalypse johannique et l’Apocalyptique dans le Nouveau Testament. BETL, LIII. Leuven: Leuven University Press, 1980.
  97. Leithart, Peter. Revelation, 2 vols. ITC. London: Bloomsbury T & T Clark, 2018.
  98. Lemcio, Eugene E. “‘Son of Man’, ‘Pitable Man’, ‘Rejected Man’: Equivalent Expressions in the Old Greek of Daniel. Tyndale Bulletin 56 (2005): 43-60.
  99. Leung Lai, Barbara M. “Word Becoming Flesh [On Appropriation]: Engaging Daniel as a Survival Manual,” Pages 65-77 in Global Voices: Reading the Bible in the Majority World. Edited by Craig Keener & M. Daniel Carroll R. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 2012.
  100. Longman III, Tremper. Daniel. NIVAC. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1999.
  101. Lucas, Ernest C. Daniel. AOTC 20. Grand Rapids: InterVarsity, 2002.
  102. Lupieri, Edmondo F. A Commentary on the Apocalypse of John. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2006.
  103. Mangina, Joseph L. Revelation. Brazos Theological Commentary. Grand Rapids: Brazos, 2010.
  104. Malina, Bruce J, and John J Pilch. Social-Science Commentary on the Book of Revelation. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2000.
  105. Martin, Ralph P. and Peter H. Davids, eds. Dictionary of the Later New Testament and Its Developments. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 1998.
  106. Mathewson, David L. A Companion to the Book of Revelation/ Cascade Companions. Eugene, Cascade, 2020
  107. Matthews, Susan Fournier. “The Numbers in Daniel 12:11-12: Rounded Pythagorean Plan Numbers?” CBQ 63 (2001): 630-46.
  108. McEwan, Edith. The Ladies and the Cities: Transformation and Apocalyptic Identity in Joseph and Aseneth, 4 Ezra, the Apocalypse and the Shepherd of Hermas. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995.
  109. McKay, Gretchen Kreahling. “The Eastern Christian Exegetical Tradition of Daniel’s Vision of the Ancient of Days.” Journal of Early Christian Studies 7 (1999): 139-61.
  110. McQueen, Larry R. Toward a Pentecostal Eschatology: Discerning the Way Forward. Journal of Pentecostal Theology. Supplement Series 39. Dorset, UK: Deo, 2012.
  111. Meadowcroft, T. Aramaic Daniel and Greek Daniel. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995.
  112. Morris, Leon. Revelation: An Introduction and Commentary. Tyndale New Testament Commentaries 20. Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 1987.
  113. Mounce, Robert. The Book of Revelation. Revised. NICNT. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1997.
  114. Moyise, Steve. The Old Testament in the Book of Revelation. JSNTS 115. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995.
  115. Murphy, Frederick J. Apocalypticism in the Bible and Its World: A Comprehensive Introduction. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2012.
  116. Newsom, Carol A., with Brennan W. Breed. Daniel: A Commentary. OTL. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox, 2014.
  117. Nickelsburg, George W. E and James C. VanderKam. 1 Enoch 2: A Commentary on the Book of 1 Enoch, Chapter 37-82. Hermeneia. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2011.
  118. Nickelsburg, George W. E. Jewish Literature between the Bible and the Mishnah. 2d ed. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2005.
  119. ———- and James C. VanderKam. 1 Enoch 1. Hermeneia. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2001.       
  120. Oegema, Gerbern S. and James H. Charlesworth. The Pseudepigrapha and Christian Origins: Essays from the Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas. Jewish and Christian texts in contexts and related studies 4.New York: T&T Clark, 2008.
  121. Osborne, Grant R. “Recent Trends in the Study of the Apocalypse.” Pages 473-504 in The Face of New Testament Studies. Edited by Scot McKnight and Grant R. Osborne. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2004.
  122. ———-. Revelation. BECNT. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2002.
  123. Osiek, C. The Shepherd of Hermas: A Commentary. Hermeneia. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1999.
  124. Pace, Sharon. Daniel. SHBC 17. Macon: Smyth & Helwys, 2008.
  125. Pate, C. Marvin, Four Views on the Book of Revelation. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1998
  126. Peterson, Eugene. Reversed Thunder: The Revelation of John and the Praying Imagination. San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1988.
  127. Pilgrim, Walter E. “Ethic of Resistance: The Book of Revelation.” Pages 145-180 In Uneasy Neighbors: Church and State in the New Testament. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 1999.
  128. Portier-Young, Anathea. Apocalypse against Empire: Theologies of Reisstance in Early Judaism. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2014.
  129. ———-. “Jewish Apocalyptic Literature as Resistance Literature.” Pages 145-162 in The Oxford Handbook of Apocalyptic Literature, edited by John J. Collins. New York: Oxford, 2014.
  130. Prigent, Pierre. Commentary on the Apocalypse of John. Translated by Wendy Pradels. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2001.
  131. Raabe, P. “Daniel 7: Its Structure and Role in the Book.” HAR 9 (1985): 267-75.
  132. Ramsay, W. M. The Letters to the Seven Churches. Updated Edition. Edited by Mark W. Wilson. Peabody: Hendrickson, 1994.
  133. Reddish, Mitchell G. Revelation. Macon: Smyth & Helwys, 2001.
  134. Redditt, Paul L. “Daniel 9: Its Structure and Meaning,” CBQ 62 (2000): 236-49.
  135. Reiling, J. Hermas and Christian Prophecy: A Study of the Eleventh Mandate. Novum Testamentum Supplement Series 37. Leiden: Brill, 1973.
  136. Resseguie, James L. The Revelation of John: A Narrative Commentary. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2009.
  137. Roloff, Jürgen. Revelation. Translated by John E. Alsup. Continental Commentaries. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1993.
  138. Rossing, Barbara R. The Choice Between Two Cities: Whore, Bride, and Empire in the Apocalypse. Harvard Theological Studies 48. Harrisburg: Trinity Press International, 1999.
  139. Rowland, Christopher. “The Book of Daniel and the Radical Critique of Empire: An Essay in Apocalyptic Hermeneutics.” Pages 447-67 in The Book of Daniel: Composition and Reception. Vol.2. Leiden: Brill 2001.
  140. ———-. The Open Heaven: A Study of Apocalyptic in Judaism and Early Christianity. London: SPCK, 1982.
  141. Royer, Wilfred Sophrony. “The Ancient of Days: Patristic and Modern Views of Daniel 7:9-14.” St. Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly 45 (2001): 137-62.
  142. Russell, D. S. “Apocalyptic Imagery as Political Cartoon? Pages 191-200 in After the Exile: Essays in Honour of Rex Mason. Edited by J. Barton and D. J. Reimer. Macon: Mercer University Press, 1998.
  143. ———-. The Method and Message of Jewish Apocalyptic. Philadelphia: Westminster, 1964.
  144. Sandy, D. Brent. Plowshares & Pruning Hooks: Rethinking the Language of Biblical Prophecy and Apocalyptic. Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 2002.
  145. Sakenfeld, Katharine D., ed. New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible. 6 vols. Nashville: Abingdon, 2006.
  146. Seitz, O. J. F. “Relationship of the Shepherd to the Epistle of James.” Journal of Biblical Literature 63 (1944): 131-40.
  147. Seow, Choon Leong. Daniel. Westminster Bible Commentary. Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2003.
  148. Schneemelcher, Wilhelm. New Testament Apocrypha, Vol. 2: Writings Relating to the Apostles, Apocalypses, and Related Subjects. Rev. ed. Translated R. McL. Wilson. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox, 1992.
  149. Schüssler Fiorenza, Elizabeth. The Book of Revelation: Justice and Judgment. Philadelphia: Fortress, 1985.
  150. Shea, William H. “History and Eschatology in the Book of Daniel.” Journal of the Adventist Theological Society 8 (1997): 195-205.
  151. ———-. Wrestling with the Prince of Persia: A Study on Daniel 10″ Andrews University Seminary Studies 21 (1983): 225-50.
  152. Sheppard, Gerald. “Pentecostals and the Hermeneutics of Dispensationalism: The Anatomy of an Uneasy Relationship.” Pneuma 6 (1984): 5-33.
  153. Sims, J. H. A Comparative Literary Study of Daniel and Revelation: Shaping the End. Lewiston: Mellen Biblical, 1995.
  154. Skaggs, Rebecca, and Priscilla C. Benham. Revelation. Pentecostal Commentary Series. Edited by John Christopher Thomas. Dorset, UK: Deo, 2009.
  155. Smalley, Stephen S. The Revelation to John: A Commentary on the Greek Text of the Apocalypse. Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 2005.
  156. Smith-Christopher, Daniel L. A Biblical Theology of Exile. Overtures to Biblical Theology. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2002
  157. Stefanovic, Zdravko. “The Roles of the Babylonian and Medo-Persian Kings in the Book of Daniel.” Creation, Life and Hope (2000): 383-94.
  158. Steinmann, Andrew E. “Is the Antichrist in Daniel 11?” Bibliotheca Sacra 162 (2005): 195-209.
  159. Stevens, Gerald L. “A Vision in the Night: Setting the Interpretive State for John’s Apocalypse.” Pages 1-15 in Essays on Revelation: Appropriating Yesterday’s Apocalypse in Today’s World, edited by Gerald L. Stevens. Eugene: Pickwick, 2010.
  160. Stewart, Alexander E. Soteriology as Motivation in the Apocalypse of John. Gorgias Biblical Studies 61. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias, 2015.
  161. Stone, Michael E. and Matthias Henze. 4 Ezra and 2 Baruch: Translations, Introductions, and Notes. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2013.
  162. Streett, Matthew. Here Comes the Judge: Violent Pacifism in the Book of Revelation. Library of New Testament Studies 462. London: T&T Clark, 2012.
  163. Stuckenbruck, Loren T. Angel Veneration and Christology: A Study in Early Judaism and the Christology of the Apocalypse of John. WUNT 2/70. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1995.
  164. Sweeney, Marvin A. “The End of Eschatology in Daniel: Theological and Socio-Political Ramifications of the Changing Contexts of Interpretation.” Biblical Interpretation 9 (2001): 123-40.
  165. Thomas, John Christopher and Frank D. Macchia. Revelation. The Two Horizons New Testament Commentary. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2016.
  166. Thompson, Leonard L. The Book of Revelation: Apocalypse and Empire. New York: Oxford University, 1990.
  167. Thompson, Michael C. “The Book of Revelation.” Pages 459-475 in The State of New Testament Studies: A Survey of Recent Research. Edited by Scot McKnight and Nijay K. Gupta. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2019.
  168. Tonstad, Sigve K. Saving God’s Reputation: The Theological Function of Pistis Iesou in the Cosmic Narratives of Revelation. Library of New Testament Studies 337. London: T&T Clark, 2006.
  169. Valeta, David M. Lions and Ovens and Visions: Satirical Reading of Daniel 1-6. Hebrew Bible Monographs 12. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2008.
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Synoptic Gospels General Bibliography

  1. Achtemeier, Paul, et al. Invitation to the Gospels. New York: Paulist Press, 2002.
  2. Alter, Robert. The Art of Biblical Narrative. Basic Books, 1981.
  3. Aune, David E. The New Testament in Its Literary Environment. Library of Early Christianity 8. Edited by Wayne A. Meeks. Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 1985.
  4. Avalos, Hector. Health Care and the Rise of Christianity. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1999.
  5. Barton, Stephen, ed. The Cambridge Companion to the Gospels. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007.
  6. Bauckham, Richard. Jesus and the Eyewitnesses: The Gospels as Eyewitness Testimony. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2006.
  7. ———-. Gospel Women. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2002.
  8. ———-, ed. The Gospels for All Christians. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1998.
  9. Bauer, David R. The Structure of Matthew’s Gospel: A Study in Literary Design. Sheffield: Almond, 1988.
  10. Balch, David L. and Carolyn Osiek, eds. Early Christian Families in Context: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2003.
  11. Barton, John, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Biblical Interpretation. Cambridge: University of Cambridge, 1998.
  12. Beale, G.K. Handbook on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament: Exegesis and Interpretation. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2012.
  13. ———-. A New Testament Biblical Theology: The Unfolding of the Old Testament in the New. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2011.
  14. ———- and D. A. Carson, eds. Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2007.
  15. Bird, Michael F., et al. How God Became Jesus: The Real Origins of Belief in Jesus’ Divine Nature. A Response to Bart D. Ehrman. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2004.
  16. Bird, Michael F. What Christians Ought to Believe: An Introduction to Christian Doctrine Through the Apostles’ Creed. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2016.
  17. ———-. The Gospel of the Lord: How the Early Church Wrote the Story of Jesus. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2014.
  18. ———-. “Bauckham’s The Gospel for All Christians Revisited.” European Journal of Theology 15.1 (2006), 5-13.
  19. Blomberg, Craig L. The Historical Reliability of the New Testament. Nashville: B&H, 2016.
  20. Black, David Alan. Why Four Gospels? The Historical Origins of the Gospels.Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2002.
  21. Black, David Alan and David R. Beck, eds. Rethinking the Synoptic Problem. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2002.
  22. ———-. and David S. Dockery, eds. Interpreting the New Testament; Essays on Methods and Issues. Nashville: B&H, 2001.
  23. Blomberg, Craig L. Jesus and the Gospels: An Introduction and Survey. 2nd edition. Nashville: B&H, 2009.
  24. Bock, Darrell L. and Robert L. Webb, Key Events in the Life of the Historical Jesus. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2010.
  25. ———-. Studying the Historical Jesus and Jesus according to Scripture. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2002.
  26. ———-.  The Missing Gospels:  Unearthing the Truth Behind Alternative Christianities.  Nashville:  Thomas Nelson Publishers, 2007.
  27. Braaten, C. E. “The Gospel Proviso: Lessons from 20th Century Theology for the Next Millennium,” Dialogue 38 (1999): 245-253.
  28. Burridge, Richard A. Four Gospels, One Jesus? Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1994.
  29. ———-. What Are the Gospels? A Comparison with Graeco-Roman Biography. Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series 70. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992.
  30. Camery-Hoggatt, Jerry. Irony in Mark’s Gospel: Text and Subtext. Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series 72. Edited by G. N. Stanton. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992.
  31. Carson, Donald, Douglas Moo, and Leon Morris. An Introduction to the New Testament. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1992.
  32. Cartlidge, David R. & David L. Dungan. Documents for the Study of the Gospels. Revised edition. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1994.
  33. Cohick, Lynn. Women in the World of the Earliest Christians: Illuminating Ancient Ways of Life. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2009.
  34. ———-, James H. Charlesworth, and Petr Pokorný, eds., Jesus Research. 2 vols. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2007-14.
  35. Cosgrove, C. “A History of New Testament Studies in the 20th Century,” Review and Expositor 96 (1999): 369-83.
  36. deSilva, David. Honor, Patronage, Kinship & Purity: Unlocking New Testament Culture. Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 2000.
  37. Dunn, James D. G. Jesus Remembered. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2003.
  38. ———-. The Evidence for Jesus. Louisville: Westminster Press, 1985.
  39. Edwards, James R.  “Markan Sandwiches: The Significance of Interpolations in Markan Narratives.” Novum Testamentum 31 (1989):193-216.
  40. Evans, Craig. Ancient Texts for New Testament Studies: A Guide to the Background Literature. Peabody: Hendrickson, 2005.
  41. Evans, Craig and Stanley E. Porter, eds. Dictionary of New Testament Background. Downers Grove: IVP, 2000.
  42. Ferguson, Everett. Backgrounds of Early Christianity. 3rd edition. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2003.
  43. Fisk, Bruce N. A Hitchhiker’s Guide to Jesus: Reading the Gospels on the Ground. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2011.
  44. Fossum, Jarl, and Phillip Munoa. Jesus and the Gospels: An Introduction to Gospel Literature and Jesus Studies. Florence, KY: Wadsworth, 2003
  45. Fitzgerald, John T. and Thomas H. Olbricht, Early Christianity and Classical Culture: Comparative Studies in Honor of Abraham J. Malherbe. Supplements to Novum Testamentum 110. Leiden: Brill, 2005.
  46. Freedman, David Noel, ed. Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary. 6 vols. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2008.
  47. ———-, ed. Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2000.
  48. Goodacre, Mark. The Synoptic Problem: A Way through the Maze. New York: T&T Clark International, 2004.
  49. ———-. The Case Against Q. Harrisburg: Trinity Press International, 2002.
  50. Green, Joel B., S. McKnight, & I. H. Marshall. Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels. 2nd edition. Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 2013.
  51. Green, Joel B. and Lee M. McDonald. The World of the New Testament: Cultural, Social, and Historical Contexts. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2013.
  52. Green, Joel B., ed. Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2011.
  53. ———-, ed. Hearing the New Testament. 2nd edition. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2010.
  54. Greenlee, J. Harold. Introduction to New Testament Textual Criticism. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1964.
  55. Hagner, Donald A. “Interpreting the Gospels: The Landscape and the Quest” JETS 24 (1981): 23-37.
  56. Holmén, Tom and Stanley E. Porter. Handbook for the Study of the Historical Jesus, 4 vols. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2011.
  57. Horrell, David, ed. Social Scientific Approaches to New Testament Interpretation. Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 1999.
  58. Hengel, Martin. The Four Gospels and the One Gospel of Jesus Christ. Harrisburg: Trinity Press International, 2000.
  59. Hunt, Steven, D. Francois Tolmie, and Ruben Zimmerman. Character Studies in the Fourth Gospel. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2016.
  60. Klink, Edward W., III, ed. The Audience of the Gospels: The Origin and Function of the Gospels in Early Christianity. LNTS 353. New York: T&T Clark, 2010.
  61. Marsh, Clive, and Steve Moyise. Jesus and the Gospels. Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 2005.
  62. Jeffers, James S. The Greco-Roman World of the New Testament Era. Downers Grove: IVP, 1999.
  63. Keener, Craig S. Miracles. 2 vols. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2011.
  64. ———-. The Historical Jesus of the Gospels. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2009.
  65. Ladd, G. E. A Theology of the New Testament. Revised edition. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1993.
  66. Malherbe, Abraham J. Social Aspects of Early Christianity. 2nd edition. Eugene: Wipf & Stock, 2003.
  67. Malina, Bruce and Richard L. Rohrbaugh. Social-Science Commentary on the Synoptic Gospels. 2nd edition. Minneapolis: Augsburg, 2003.
  68. Malina, Bruce J. The New Testament World: Insights from Cultural Anthropology. 3rd edition. Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2001.
  69. Marshall, I. Howard. Luke Historian and Theologian. Enlarged ed. Grand Rapids: Academie Books, 1989.
  70. Martin, Ralph P. and Peter H. Davids, eds. Dictionary of the Later New Testament and Its Developments. Downers Grove: IVP, 1998.
  71. McKnight, Scot and Matthew C. Williams, The Synoptic Gospels: An Annotated Bibliography. Institute for Biblical Research 6. IBR Bibliographies. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2000.
  72. McKnight, Scot and Grant R. Osborne, eds. The Face of New Testament Studies. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2004.
  73. Meier, John P. A Marginal Jew, 5 vols. New York: Doubleday, 1991- .
  74. Melcher, Sarah J., Mikeal C. Parsons, and Amos Yong. The Bible and Disability: A Commentary. Waco: Baylor University Press, 2017.
  75. Osiek, Carolyn A. Families in the New Testament World: Households and House Churches. Family, Religion, and Culture. Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 1997.
  76. Perkins, Pheme. Introduction to the Synoptic Gospels. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2007.
  77. Porter, Stanley E. and Bryan R. Dyer. The Synoptic Problem: Four Views. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2016.
  78. ———-. and Cynthia Long Westfall, eds. Empire in the New Testament. Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2011.
  79. ———-., ed. Reading the Gospels Today. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2004.         
  80. Powell, Mark Allan, ed. HarperCollins Bible Dictionary. Revised and updated. 3rd ed. New York: HarperCollins, 2011.
  81. ———-.  What is Narrative Criticism?  Guides to Biblical Scholarship. Edited by Dan O. Via, Jr. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1990.
  82. Richards, E. Randolf and Brandon J. O’Brien. Misreading Scripture with Western Eyes: Removing Cultural Blinders to Better Understand the Bible. Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 2012.
  83. Rosner, Brian. “Looking Back at the 20th Century: 1. New Testamet Studies,” Expository Times 110 (1999): 317-21.
  84. Ryken, Leland. Words of Delight: A Literary Introduction to the Bible. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1987.
  85. Sakenfeld, Katharine D., ed. New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, 6 vols. Nashville: Abingdon, 2006.
  86. Schnelle, Udo. Theology of the New Testament. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2009.
  87. Silva, Moisés, New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology and Exegesis. 5 vols. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2014.
  88. Stanton, Graham N. The Gospels and Jesus. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989.
  89. Stein, Robert H. Studying the Synoptic Gospels: Origin and Interpretation. 2nd ed. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2001.
  90. ———-., Jesus the Messiah: A Survey of the Life of Christ. Downer’s Grove: InterVarsity Press, 1996.
  91. Skarsaune, Oskar. In the Shadow of the Temple: Jewish Influences on Early Christianity. Downers Grove: IVP, 2002.
  92. Tannehill, Robert. C. The Sword of His Mouth: Forceful and Imaginative Language in the Synoptic Sayings. Philadelphia: Fortress, 1975.
  93. Tenney, Merrill C. and Moisés Silva, eds. The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Revised, 5 vols. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2009.
  94. Thiselton, Anthony, New Horizons in Hermeneutics: The Theory and Practice of Transforming Biblical Reading. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1992.
  95. VanderKam, James C. An Introduction to Early Judaism. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2001.
  96. Wegner, Paul D., A Student’s Guide to Textual Criticism of the Bible: Its History, Methods, and Results. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 2006.
  97. Witherington, Ben, III. What Have They Done with Jesus: Beyond Strange Theories and Bad History – Why We Can Trust the Bible. New York: HarperCollins, 2006.
  98. ———-. “Why the ‘lost gospels’ lost out: recent gadfly theories about church council conspiracies that manipulated the New Testament into existence are bad—really bad—history,” Christianity Today 48.6 (2004): 26-32
  99. ———-. New Testament History: A Narrative Account. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2001.
  100. ———-.  “Battling Over the Jesus Seminar:  Why the Ugly Attacks?”  Bible Review 13 no. 2 (April 1997):18-25, 47.
  101. Wright, N. T. The Day the Revolution Began: Reconsidering the Meaning of Jesus’ Crucifixion. New York: HarperCollins, 2016.
  102. ———-. Christians Origins and the Question of God. Volume 1. The New Testament and the People of God. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1992. Volume 2. Jesus and the Victory of God. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1996. Volume 3. The Resurrection of the Son of God. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2003. Volume 4. Paul and the Faithfulness of God. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2013.
  103. ———-. The Challenge of Jesus: Rediscovering Who Jesus Was and Is. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 1999.
  104. Yong, Amos. The Bible, Disability, and the Church: A New Vision for the People of God. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2011.