Browse the comprehensive Forum author index below for articles from all three series.

Abrahamsen, Valerie
“Evidence for a Christian Goddess: The Bendis-Zodiac Relief at Philippi.” TS 1,1 (Spring 2007):  97-112.

Acts Seminar Voting Records
NS 3,1 (2000): 207–15.
NS 5,1 (2002): 117-??.
TS 1,1 (Spring 2007): 113-14.

Aichele, George, Jr.
“On Postmodern Biblical Criticism and Exegesis: A Response to Robert Fowler,” 5,3 (1989): 31–35.
“Literary Fantasy and the Composition of the Gospels,” 5,3 (1989): 42–60.

Al-Saudi, Soham
“The Ritual of the Hellenistic Meal – Early Christian Everyday Practice as an Exegetical Challenge,” 8,2 (2019): 147

Arnal, William
“The Trouble with Q.” TS 2,1 (Spring 2013):  7-78.

Ascough, Richard S.
“Judith Perkins and “Christian” Identity Formation” (Spring 2019)

Balch, David L.
“The Canon: Adaptable and Stable, Oral and Written,” 7,3–4 (1991): 183–205.

Beduhn, Jason
“The Contested Authority of Paul in the Second Century,” 8,2 (2019): 109–132.
“Becoming a People of the Book Texts, “Scripture,” and “Canon” among Christ Groups in the Second Century CE” (Spring 2021)

Bessler, Joseph A.
“Did Christianity Begin with the Resurrection?” TS 1,2 (Fall 2007): 127-46.
“Moving Words: Theology and the Performance of Proposing,” TS 5,2 (Fall 2016): 119-37.
“The Theological Risks of Taking Jesus Seriously,” NS 4,2 (Fall 2001): 183-210.

Bjorndahl, Sterling
“To Live and Die in Thomas 61,” 10,1–2 (1994): 87–93.

Blasi, Anthony J.
“The More Basic Method in the Sociology of Early Christianity,” 9,1–2 (1993): 7–18.

Bobertz, Charles A.
“‘That By His Passion He May Purify the Water’: Ignatius of Antioch and the Beginning of Mark’s Gospel,” TS 3,1 (2014): 91–98.

Boers, Hendrikus
“From Syntax to Semantics: A Review of Robert Funk, The Poetics of Biblical Narrative,” 5,3 (1989): 61–68.

Borg, Marcus J.
“A Temperate Case for a Non-Eschatological Jesus,” 2,3 (1986): 81–102.
“The Jesus Seminar and the Passion Sayings,” 3,2 (1987): 81–95.
“Luke 19:42–44 and Jesus as Prophet,” 8,1–2 (1992): 99–112.

Boring, M. Eugene
“Criteria of Authenticity: The Lucan Beatitudes as a Test Case,” 1,4 (1985): 3–38.
“Revolutions in the Jesus Tradition: From Bonnie to Dominic,” 1,4 (1985): 57–63.

Braun, Willi
“The Historical Jesus and the Mission Speech in Q 10:2–12,” 7,3–4 (1991): 279–316.

Brown, Colin
“Synoptic Miracle Stories: A Jewish Religious and Social Setting,” 2,4 (1986): 55–76.

Burke, Tony
Preface. TS 8,2 (Fall 2019): 77
Cursing and the Apostle – The Fight for Authority in Early Christianity,”  8,2 (2019): 81–108

Burns, John Barclay
“Solomon’s Egyptian Horses and Exotic Wives,” 7,1–2 (1991): 29–44.

Burrus, Virginia
“The Gender of Martyrdom” 9,2 (2020): 125-141.

Butts, James R.
“Probing the Polling: Jesus Seminar Results on the Kingdom Sayings,” 3,1 (1987): 98–128.
“Passion Apologetic, the Chreia, and the Narrative,” 3,3 (1987): 96–127.
“Editor’s Introduction,” 4,3 (1988): 3.

Butts, James R. and Ron Cameron
“Sayings of Jesus: Classification by Source and Authenticity,” 3,2 (1987): 96–116.

Cameron, Ron
“Parable and Interpretation in the Gospel of Thomas,” 2,2 (1986): 3–40.
“Seeing Is Not Believing: The History of a Beatitude in the Jesus Tradition,” 4,1 (1988): 47–57.
“Matthew’s Parable of the Two Sons,” 8,3–4 (1992): 191–209.
“The Labors of Burton Mack: Scholarship That’s Made a Difference,” TS 7,1 (2018): 21-60.

Camery-Hoggatt, Jerry
“On Bridges and Abutments: A Review of Robert Funk, The Poetics of Biblical Narrative,” 5,3 (1989): 69–78.

Caputo, John D.
“A Short Précis of The Weakness of God and The Insistence of God,” TS 5,2 (Fall 2016): 107–17.

Carter, David
“The Wild Bunch and Violence in Film,” 4,2 (1988): 54–64.

Carter, David and F. A. Hutchison
“The Reagan Paradigm,” 1,4 (1985): 39–56.

Chilton, Bruce D.
“Kingdom Come, Kingdom Sung: Voices in the Gospels,” 3,2 (1987): 51–75.
“Forgiving at and Swearing by the Temple,” 7,1–2 (1991): 45–50.
“The So-Called Trial Before the Sanhedrin,” NS 1,1 (1998): 163–80.
“John the Purifier,” NS 2,1 (1999): 125–39.

Christian Origins Seminar
Voting Record. TS 1,2 (Fall 2007): 249.

Collins, Adela Yarbro
“Apocalypse and Politics,” 8,3–4 (1992): 297–312.

Cotter, Wendy J.
“Children Sitting in the Agora: Q (Luke) 7:31–35,” 5,2 (1989): 63–82.

Corley, Kathleen E.
“Women and the Crucifixion and Burial of Jesus,” NS 1,1 (1998): 181–225.
“The Egalitarian Jesus: A Christian Myth of Origins,” NS 1,2 (1998): 291–325.

Crockett, Clayton
“Paul Tillich and the Discourse of Political Theology,” TS 7,2 (2018): 115–28.

Crossan, John Dominic
“Exile, Stealth, and Cunning,” 1,1 (1985): 59–61.
“The Cross that Spoke: The Earliest Narrative of the Passion and Resurrection,” 3,2 (1987): 3–22.
“Materials and Methods in Historical Jesus Research,” 4,4 (1988): 3–24.
“Jesus and the Leper,” 8,3–4 (1992): 177–90.
“Against Anxieties: Thomas 36 and the Historical Jesus,” 10,1–2 (1994): 57–67.
“The Gospel of Peter and the Canonical Gospels,” NS 1,1 (1998): 7–51.

Culpepper, R. Alan
“Lincoln: An American Gospel,” 3,2 (1988): 33–46.
“Commentary on Biblical Narratives: Changing Paradigms,” 5,3 (1989): 87–102.

Daniel-Hughes, Carly
Preface. TS 6,1 (Spring 2017): 5-6.
“Producing and Contesting Martyrdom in Pre-Decian Roman North Africa,” TS 6,1 (Spring 2017): 7-27.

Danove, Paul
“Systematic Notation in Lexical Entries: Syntactic, Semantic, and Lexical Entries,” NS 2,2 (1999): 261–80.
“The Grammatical Uses of (akouo) In the Septuagint and the New Testament,” NS 2,2 (1999): 239–60.

Dechow, Jon F.
“From Parable to Gospel: Addenda,” 1,3 (1985): 25–30.
“The ‘Gospel’ and the Emperor Cult: From Bultmann to Crossan,” TS 3,2 (Fall 2014): 63–88.

Devenish, Philip E.
“Reflections on Konrad Hammann’s Biography of Rudolf Bultmann—with Implications for Christology.” TS 3,2 (Fall 2014): 21–30.
“When Did Christianity Begin?” TS 1,2 (Fall 2007): 119–26.

Dewey, Arthur
“13 Ways of Looking at a Blackbird”: Paul and the Origins of Christianity. TS 1,2 (Fall 2007): 225–48.
“‘And an Answer Was Heard from the Cross…’: A Response to J. Dominic Crossan,” 5,3 (1989): 103–11.
“The Death of Jesus: The Fact of Fiction & the Fiction of Fact,” NS 4,2 (Fall 2001): 229–47.
“The Family of Jesus,” NS 2,1 (1999): 79–97.
“The Masks of Paul,” NS 7,2 (Fall 2004): 159–176.
“The Passion Narrative of the Gospel of Peter,” NS 1,1 (1998): 53–69.
“A Passing Remark: Thomas 42,” 10,1–2 (1994): 69–85.
Preface. TS 6,2 (Fall 2017): 101-06.
“A Prophetic Pronouncement: Q 12:42–46,” 5,2 (1989): 99–108.
“Quibbling Over Serifs: Observations on Matt 5:18//Luke 16:17,” 5,2 (1989): 109–20.
“Resurrection Texts in the Gospel of Peter,” 10,3–4 (1994): 177–96.
“Some Ragged Lines: From Christology to Christopoetics,” NS 3,2 (2000): 307–19.
“Switchback Codes: Paul, Apocalyptic, and the Art of Resistance” TS 6,2 (Fall 2017): 131-43.
“The Synoptic Use of PISTIS: An Appeal for a Context-sensitive Translation,” 5,4 (1989): 83–86.
“Unkindest Cut of All? Matt 19:11–12,” 8,1–2 (1992): 113–22.

Dewey, Joanna
“A Galilean Provenance for the Gospel of Mark?” TS 2,1 (Spring 2013): 101–20.
“Women: Their Visibility and Agency and Loss of Agency in Early Christian Texts” 9,2 (2020): 155-168.

Doty, William G.
“A Review of New Gospel Parallels,” 2,2 (1986): 57–62.
“From the Traditional Monomythic Hero to the Contemporary Polymythic Hero/ine,” 8,3–4 (1992): 337–69.

Duling, Dennis C.
“Binding and Loosing: Matt 16:19; Matt 18:18; John 20:23,” 3,4 (1987): 3–31.
“Against Oaths: Crossan Sayings Parallels 59,” 6,2 (1990): 99–138.

Dupertius, Rubén R.
“Writing and Imitation: Greek Education in the Greco-Roman World.” TS 1,1 (Spring 2007):  3–30.

Elliott, John H.
“Patronage and Clientism in Early Christian Society: A Short Reading Guide,” 3,3 (1987): 39–48.
“The Fear of the Leer: The Evil Eye from the Bible to Li’l Abner,” 4,4 (1988): 42–71.

Elliott, Neil
“Paul and the Legality of the Law,” 9,3–4 (1993): 237–56.

Elliott, Susan M. (Elli)
“Gladiators and Martyrs: Icons in the Arena” TS 6,1 (Spring 2017): 29-59.

Endres, John C., S.J.
“A New Parallels Version of Samuel, Kings, Chronicles,” 8,1–2 (1992): 31–43.

Fortna, Robert T.
“Sayings of the Suffering and Risen Christ: The Quadruple Tradition,” 3,3 (1987): 63–69.
“Reading Jesus’ Parable of the Talents through Underclass Eyes: Matt 25:14–30,” 8,3–4 (1992): 211–28.
“Mark Intimates/Matthew Defends the Resurrection,” 10,3–4 (1994): 197–218.
“A Pre-Johannine Passion Narrative as Historical Source,” NS 1,1 (1998): 71–94.

Fowler, Robert M.
“Postmodern Biblical Criticism,” 5,3 (1989): 3–30.
“The Fate of the Notion of Canon in the Electronic Age,” 9,1–2 (1993): 151–72.

Funk, Robert W.
“A Forum for Focused Discussion,” 1,1 (1985): 3–5.
“The Issue of Jesus,” 1,1 (1985): 7–12.
“Polling the Pundits,” 1,1 (1985): 31–50.
“Form and Function,” 1,1 (1985): 51–58.
“From Parable to Gospel: Domesticating the Tradition,” 1,3 (1985): 3–24.
“Pen Fellows,” 1,3 (1985): 31–32.
“Poll on the Parables,” 2,1 (1986): 54–80.
“Matters of Moment: Inaugural Editorial of the WestWord Magazine,” 2,2 (1986): 65–68.
“The Beatitudes and Turn the Other Cheek: Recommendations and Polling,” 2,3 (1986): 103–28.
“Gospel of Mark: Parables and Aphorisms,” 4,3 (1988): 124–43.
“Unraveling the Jesus Tradition: Criteria and Criticism,” 5,2 (1989): 31–62.
“On Distinguishing Historical from Fictive Narrative,” 9,3–4 (1993): 179–216.
“The Mythical Matrix and God as Metaphor,” NS 3,2 (2000): 381–99.
“The Westar Recipe,” NS 4,2 (Fall 2001): 297-??.

Galston, David
“Archive Theology and the God of Paul,” TS 7,2 (Fall 2018): 157-74.
“Contending with Postmodern Hermeneutics and Biblical Criticism: Thinking Philosophical Theology with the Jesus Seminar,” TS 5,2 (Fall 2016): 89-106.
“Surveying Heidegger for Theology’s Future,” TS 7,2 (Fall 2018): 129-41.
Preface. TS 5,2 (Fall 2016): 85-87.

Guenther, Heinz O.
“When ‘Eagles’ Draw Together,” 5,2 (1989): 140–50.
“A Fair Face is Half the Portion: The Lot Saying in Luke 17:28–29,” 6,1 (1990): 56–66.

Hanson, K. C.
“Greco-Roman Studies and the Social-Scientific Study of the Bible: A Classified Periodical Bibliography,” 9,1–2 (1993): 63–119.

Hedrick, Charles W.
“The Jesus Seminar: A Pronouncement,” 1,3 (1985): 33–34.
“The Treasure Parable in Matthew and Thomas,” 2,2 (1986): 41–56.
“On Moving Mountains: Mark 11:22b–23//Matt 21:21 and Parallels,” 6,3–4 (1990): 219–37.

Helgeland, John
“Civil Religion, Military Religion: Roman and American,” 5,1 (1989): 22–44.

Hester, David
“Letter to the Editor,” 2,2 (1986): 79.

Hills, Julian V.
“The Jewish Genius: Jesus According to John Meier,” NS 1,2 (1998): 327–47.
“Equal Justice Under the (New) Law: Ananais and Sapphira in Acts,” NS 3,1 (2000): 105–20.

Hollenbach, Paul H.
“From Parable to Gospel: A Response Using the Social Sciences,” 2,3 (1986): 67–75.

Hoover, Roy W.
“Loss and Gain in the Economy of Heaven: Paul’s Polemic in Philippians 3:1-11,” NS 7,2 (Fall 2004): 195–210.
“Realities and Illusions: Resurrection and Life After Death,” NS 3,2 (2000): 277–306.
“Sayings from Q, Parables Round Two,” 4,4 (1988): 109–28.
“Selected Special Lukan Material in the Passion Narrative,” NS 1,1 (1998): 119–27.

Horsley, Richard A.
“Jesus and the Spiral of Violence: A Summary,” 5,4 (1989): 3–17.

Hubbard, Benjamin J.
“Religion Newswriters: Finally Getting Some Respect,” 4,2 (1988): 47–53.

Hultgren, Arland J.
“Jesus and Gnosis: The Saying on Hindering Others in Luke 11:52 and Its Parallels,” 7,3–4 (1991): 165–82.

Humphries, Michael
“The Kingdom of God in the Q Version of the Beelzebul Controversy,” 9,1–2 (1993): 121–50.

Jackson, Glenna S.
“The Gospel according to an Apostate,” NS 7,1 (Spring 2004): 83–96.

Jefford, Clayton N.
“The Dangers of Lying in Bed: Luke 17:34–35 and Parallels,” 5,1 (1989): 106–10.
“Bearing the Yoke: A Tradition of Wisdom Behind Thomas 90” 10,1–2 (1994): 109–28.
“Locating the Didache,” TS 3,1 (2014): 39–68.

Jesus Seminar Voting Records
Sorted by Gospel, Chapter, and Verse. 6,1 (1990): 3–55.
Sorted by Weighted Average. 6,2 (1990): 139–91.
Sorted by Gospels, by Weighted Average. 6,3–4 (1990): 245–98.
Sorted by Grouped Parallels, by Weighted Average. 6,3–4 (1990): 299–352.
Sorted by Clusters, by Weighted Average. 7,1–2 (1991): 51–104.
Sorted Alphabetically by Title. 7,1–2 (1991): 105–58.
Resurrection Appearances. 10,3–4 (1994): 255–62.
The Passion Narratives. NS 1,1 (1998): 227–33.
Jesus’ Birth and Childhood. NS 2,1 (1999): 169–72.
2000 (Spring and Fall), NS 3,2 (2000): 401–5.
2001 (Spring), NS 4,1 (2001): 145–49.
2003 (Fall), NS 6,2 (2003): 343-??.
2004 (Spring), NS 7,1 (2004): 117-??.

Johnson, Marshall D.
“Genealogies of Jesus,” NS 2,1 (1999): 41–55.

Johnson, Steven R.
“The Identity and Significance of the Neaniskos in Mark,” 8,1–2 (1992): 123–39.

Kahl, Brigitte
“Peter’s Antiochene Apostasy—Re‐Judaizing or Imperial Conformism? An Inter‐textual Exploration,” TS 3,1 (2014): 27–38.

Kea, Perry
“2 Corinthians 11:22–33 and Related Texts,” NS 7,2 (Fall 2004): 211–28.
“Salting the Salt: Q 14:34–35 and Mark 9:49–50,” 6,2 (1990): 239–44.
“The Septuagint as a Source for Acts 6:8–8:1,” NS 5,1 (Spring 2002): 95–104.
“Source Theories for the Acts of the Apostles,” NS 4,1 (2001): 7–26.

Kelber, Werner H.
“From Aphorism to Sayings Gospel, and from Parable to Narrative Gospel,” 1,1 (1985): 23–29.

Kelly, John C.
“Plato and Christian Belief,” TS 5,2 (Fall 2016): 139–55.
“Science, Non-Realism, and Contemporary Theology,” NS 4,2 (Fall 2001): 159–82.

King, Karen L.
“Kingdom in the Gospel of Thomas,” 3,1 (1987): 48–97.

Koester, Helmut
“Story and Ritual as the Foundation of Nations,” TS 3,1 (2014): 99–113.

Kloppenborg, John S.
“Blessing and Marginality: The ‘Persecution Beatitude’ in Q, Thomas and Early Christianity,” 2,3 (1986): 36–56.
“The Q Sayings on Anxiety (Q 12:2–7),” 5,2 (1989): 83–98.

Kloppenborg, John S., Helmut Koester, and Robert W. Funk
“Three Tributes to James M. Robinson,” 5,2 (1989): 4–6.

Kolenkow, Anitra B.
“‘Divine Men’ and Society,” 2,4 (1986): 85–92.

Kotrosits, Maia
“But What Do We Call It?: The Secret Revelation of John and Crises of Categories,” TS 5,1 (Spring 2016): 31-47.
Preface. TS 5,1 (Spring 2016): 5.
“Sovereignty in Ruins: The Death of Ignatius and Ecologies of Destruction,” TS 6,1 (Spring 2017): 79-95.
“Where We Go Next—Big Questions for the Big Picture: A Response to Burton Mack, and Reflections on the Future of the Christianity Seminar,” TS 7,1 (Spring 2018): 61-70.

Larsen, Lillian I. 
“Re-defining “Solitude”: Monastic Registers of Fictive (and Factual) Family,” 9,1 (2020): 77.

Lillie, Celene 
“Thinking through Gender in the Second-Century Jesus Movements” 9,2 (2020): 109-125.

Livesey, Nina E. 
“Learning from Rhetoric in the Study of Paul: Gal 1:10–20,” 9,1 (2020): 7-28.

Lüdemann, Gerd
Kêrygma and History in the Thought of Rudolf Bultmann,” TS 3,2 (Fall 2014): 45–60.

Lown, John S.
“The Miraculous in the Greco-Roman Historians,” 2,4 (1986): 36–42.

Lown, John S., Burton L. Mack, and J. Paul Sampley
“Three Tributes to Fred O. Francis,” 2,4 (1986): 7–13.

Lüdemann, Gerd
“The Resurrection of Jesus: The Greatest Hoax in History?” 10,3–4 (1994): 161–75.

Mabee, Charles
“The Violence of American Typological Revisionism,” 5,1 (1989): 3–21.

MacDonald, Dennis Ronald
“From Audita to Legenda: Oral and Written Miracle Stories,” 2,4 (1986): 15–26.

Mack, Burton L.
“Gilgamesh and the Wizard of Oz: The Scholar as Hero,” 1,2 (1985): 3–28.
“The Kingdom Sayings in Mark,” 3,1 (1987): 3–47.
“The Quest for Christian Origins,” TS 7,1 (Spring 2018): 7-20.

Malina, Bruce J.
“Patron and Client: The Analogy Behind Synoptic Theology,” 4,1 (1988): 2–32.
“A Conflict Approach to Mark 7,” 4,3 (1988): 3–30.

Marshall, John W.
“Judean Diaspora, Judean War: Class and Networks,” TS 6,2 (Fall 2017): 171–82.

Matthews, Shelly
“Did Christianity Begin at Pentecost?: Reflections on the Question,” TS 1,2 (Fall 2007): 191–204.

McDonald, Dennis R.
“Luke’s Emulation of Homer: Acts 12:1–17 and Illiad 24,” NS 3,1 (2000): 197–205.

McGaughy, Lane C.
“God, ReTALIation, and the Apocalyptic Scenario,” TS 6,2 (Fall 2017): 107–30.
“Greetings to Our Esteemed Colleague and Mentor, Robert W. Funk,” 8,3–4 (1992): 169–75.
“Infancy Narratives and Hellenistic Lives,” NS 2,1 (1999): 25–39.
“A Short History of Parable Interpretation: Part I,” 8,3–4 (1992): 229–45.
“The Verb (GINOMAI)  in New Testament Greek: A Descriptive Analysis,” NS 2,2 (1999): 281–87.
“Words Before Deeds,” NS 1,2 (1998): 387–98.

McGowan, Andrew
“Changing Courses – Eucharistic Origins,” 8,2 (2019): 133–146

Meyer, Marvin W.
“The Light and Voice on the Damascus Road,” 2,4 (1986): 27–35.

Miller, Robert J.
“The Inside Is (Not) the Outside: Q 11:39–41 and Thomas 89,” 5,1 (1989): 91–105.
“The Lord’s Prayer and Other Items from the Sermon on the Mount,” 5,2 (1989): 177–86.
“Historical Method and the Deeds of Jesus: The Test Case of the Temple Demonstration,” 8,1–2 (1992): 5–30.
“Drawing a Blank from the Well: Thomas 74,” 10,1–2 (1994): 95–107.
“Historicizing the Trans-historical: The Transfiguration Narrative,” 10,3–4 (1994): 219–48.
“Q and the Non-Apocalyptic Jesus: Assessing the Evidence,” NS 3,2 (2000): 223–45.
“Prophecy, Christology, and Anti-Judaism in Justin Martyr,” 9,2 (Spring 2020): 57–76.

Moore, Stephen D.
“Narrative Commentaries on the Bible: Context, Roots, and Prospects,” 3,3 (1987): 29–62.
“Postmodernism and Biblical Studies: A Response to Robert Fowler,” 5,3 (1989): 36–41.

Neyrey, Jerome H.
“A Symbolic Approach to Mark 7,” 4,3 (1988): 63–91.
“Unclean, Common, Polluted, and Taboo: A Short Reading Guide,” 4,4 (1988): 72–82.

Oakman, Douglas E.
“The Buying Power of Two Denarii: A Comment on Luke 10:35,” 3,4 (1987): 33–38.
“Rulers’ Houses, Thieves, and Usurpers: The Beelzebul Pericope,” 4,3 (1988): 109–23.

Ogden, Shubert M.
“The Legacy of Rudolf Bultmann and the Ideal of a Fully Critical Theology,” TS 3,2 (Fall 2014): 9–19.

Palmer, Michael W.
“From the Lexicon to the Sentence: Argument Structure in Hellenistic Greek,” NS 2,2 (1999): 215–38.

Pardee, Nancy
“Visualizing the Christian Community at Antioch: The Window of the Didache,” TS 3,1 (2014): 69–90.

Parrott, Rod
“Entering the Narrow Door: Matt 7:13–14//Luke 13:22–24,” 5,1 (1989): 111–20.

Patterson, Stephen J.
“Fire and Dissension: Ipsissima Vox Jesu in Q 12:49, 51–53?” 5,2 (1989): 121–39.
“The Gospel of Thomas and the Synoptic Tradition: A Forschungsbericht and Critique,” 8,1–2 (1992): 45–97.
“Why Did Christians Say: ‘God Raised Jesus from the Dead’?” 10,3–4 (1994): 135–60.
“History and Theology: A Reflection on the Work of the Jesus Seminar,” NS 3,2 (2000): 357–79.
Preface. TS 2,1 (Spring 2013): 5.

Paul Seminar Voting Records
2004, NS 7,2 (Fall 2004): 239-??.

Penner, Todd
Did Christianity Begin at Pentecost?: Beginnings and the Ends Thereof. TS 1,2 (Fall 2007): 205–24.

Perdue, Leo G.
“The Wisdom Sayings of Jesus,” 2,3 (1986): 3–35.
“The Power of Language: An Autobiographical Sketch,” 2,3 (1986): 76–80.

Pervo, Richard I.
“Converting Paul: The Call of the Apostle in Early Christian Literature,” NS 7,2 (Fall 2004): 127–58.
“Dating Acts,” NS 5,1 (Spring 2002): 53–72.
“Meet Right—and Our Bounden Duty: Community Meetings in Acts,” NS 4,1 (Spring 2001): 45–62.
“My Happy Home: The Role of Jerusalem in Acts,” NS 3,1 (2000): 31–55.

Phillips, Gary A.
“Discourse of Biblical Narratology: A Review of Robert Funk, The Poetics of Biblical Narrative,” 5,3 (1989): 79–86.

Pilch, John J.
“A Structural Functional Analysis of Mark 7,” 4,3 (1988): 31–62.

Porter, Stanley E.
“A Modern Grammar of an Ancient Language,” NS 2,2 (1999): 201–13.

Powell, Jefferson
“Social Theory as Exegetical Tool,” 5,4 (1989): 27–40.

Praeder, Susan Marie
“Miracle Stories in Christian Antiquity: Some Narrative Elements,” 2,4 (1986): 43–54.

Price, Robert M.
“The Apocalypses and Acts of Paul: Do They Know the Pauline Epistles?” TS 1,1 (Spring 2007): 65–96.
“In the Beginning Was the Deed: A Neo-Girardian Look at the Passion Narrative,” 9,3–4 (1993): 257–303.
“Paulus Absconditus: Paul Versus John in Ephesian Tradition,” NS 5,1 (Spring 2002): 87–94.

Robbins, Jeffrey W.
“The Meaning of Heresy for Today: On Theo-Political Resistance from Spinoza to Prince,” TS 7,2 (Fall 2018): 115-28.
Preface. TS 7,2 (Fall 2018): 111-13.

Robbins, Vernon K.
“Picking Up the Fragments: From Crossan’s Analysis to Rhetorical Analysis,” 1,2 (1985): 31–64.
“Pragmatic Relations as a Criterion for Authentic Sayings,” 1,3 (1985): 35–63.
“The Crucifixion and the Speech of Jesus,” 4,1 (1988): 33–46.
“Pronouncement Stories from a Rhetorical Perspective,” 4,2 (1988): 3–32.
“Beelzebul Controversy in Mark and Luke: Rhetorical and Social Analysis,” 7,3–4 (1991): 261–77.

Robinson, James M. 
“First-century Christianities: Galilee.” TS 2,1 (Spring 2013): 121-50.

Rohrbaugh, Richard
“Models and Muddles: Discussions of the Social Facets Seminar,” 3,2 (1987): 23–33.

Sawicki, Marianne
“Postcolonial Issues Post-Calvary: Which Imperial Overlay Defined Galilee—the Roman-Herodian, or the Judean-Hasmonean?” TS 2,1 (Spring 2013): 79–100.

Schaberg, Jane
“A Cancelled Father,” NS 2,1 (1999): 57–78.

Schenke, Hans-Martin
“On the Compositional History of the Gospel of Thomas,” 10,1–2 (1994): 9–30.

Schmidt, Daryl D.
“Early Gospel Fragments from Oxyrhynchus: POxy 1, 654, 655, 840, 1224,” NS 2,2 (1999): 305–10.
“Finding a Non-Apocalyptic Jesus: Issues and Reconsiderations,” NS 3,2 (2000): 247–75.
“Greek Indirect Questions: A Model for a New Reference Grammar,” NS 2,2 (1999): 289–300.
“Historical Trends in the Jesus Tradition: Assessing the Extant Evidence,” NS 7,1 (Spring 2004): 3–44.
“Paul on Paul: Galatians 1:13 – 24,” NS 7,2 (Fall 2004): 177–94.
“Remembering Jesus: Assessing the Oral Evidence,” NS 7,1 (Spring 2004): 71–82.
“Revising Blass-Debrunner-Funk,” NS 2,2 (1999): 179–99.
“Sane Eschatology: Albert Schweitzer’s Profile of Jesus,” NS 1,2 (1998): 241–60.
“The Septuagintal Influence in Shaping the Passion Narratives,” NS 1,1 (1998): 95–118.

Scott, Bernard Brandon
“Holmes is on the Case: E. P. Sander’s Profile of Jesus,” NS 1,2 (1998): 261–73.
“Picking Up the Pieces,” 1,1 (1985): 15–22.
“Essaying the Rock: The Authenticity of the Jesus Parable Tradition,” 2,1 (1986): 3–53.
“The Empty Jar,” 3,2 (1987): 77–80.
“After the Future: From Mad Max to the Destruction of the Temple,” 8,3–4 (1992): 313–36.
“What Categories Are Left?: A Conversation with Karen King’s What is Gnosticism?,” TS 5,1 (Spring 2016): 49-62.
“The Arch of Titus” (Spring 2019)
“If Not Christians, What?” (Spring 2021)

Seeley, David
“Here and There: A Response to James G. Williams,” 7,3–4 (1991): 243–60.

Segal, Alan F.
“Acts 15 as Jewish and Christian History,” NS 4,1 (2001): 63–87.

Sellew, Philip
“The Last Supper Discourse in Luke 22:21–38,” 3,3 (1987): 70–95.
“Beelzebul in Mark 3: Dialogue, Story, or Sayings Cluster?” 4,3 (1988): 93–108.
“Aphorisms of Jesus in Mark: A Stratigraphic Analysis,” 8,1–2 (1992): 141–60.
“Tracking the Tradition: On the Current State of Tradition-Historical Research,” 9,3–4 (1993): 217–35.
“Pious Practice and Social Formation in the Gospel of Thomas,” 10,1–2 (1994): 47–56.

Shea, Chris
“Education in Roman Palestine.” TS 1,1 (Spring 2007): 31–40.
“The Myth of Arthur: Updated and Undone,” 5,1 (1989): 45–72.
“Pieces of Epic in the Shipwreck in Acts 27,” NS 5,1 (Spring 2002): 73–86.
“Some Observations on the Evolution and Politics of Roman Imperial Canons” (Spring 2021)

Silberman, Lou H.
“Paul’s Viper: Acts 28:3–6,” 8,3–4 (1992): 247–53.

deSilva, David A.
“The Construction and Social Function of a Counter-Cosmos in the Revelation of John,” 9,1–2 (1993): 47–61.

Smith, Daniel A.
The Resurrection of Jesus and Christian Origins. TS 1,2 (Fall 2007): 147–70.

Smith, Dennis E.
“Acts of the Apostles and the Rewriting of Christian History,” 5,1 (Spring 2002): 7–32.
“A Review of Rediscovering Paul,” 2,3 (1986): 57–66.
“A Review of Richard A. Horsley, Jesus and the Spiral of Violence,” 5,4 (1989): 18–26.
“Was There a Jerusalem Church?: Christian Origins in Jerusalem According to Acts and Paul,” NS 3,1 (2000): 57–74.
“What DID Paul Consider Rubbish? Reconsidering Philippians 3:1b–11,” NS 7,2 (Fall 2004): 229–38.
“In the Beginning Was the House: Part One: How Social and Identity Formation of Early Christian Groups Took Place,” TS 7,1 (Spring 2018): 71-82.
“In the Beginning Was the House: Part Two: The Exegetical Data,” TS 7,1 (Spring 2018): 83-106.

Smith, D. Moody
“A Review of Marcus J. Borg, Jesus: A New Vision,” 5,4 (1989): 71–82.

Smith, Mahlon H.
“Doing and Undoing the Word: Jesus and the Dialectics of Christology,” NS 3,2 (2000): 321–56.
“Israel’s Prodigal Son,” NS 1,2 (1998): 431–66.
“Kinship is Relative: Mark 3:31–35 and Parallels,” 6,1 (1990): 80–94.
“Missing the Son of Man: The Oral Logic of Luke 17:22,” 7,1 (Spring 2004): 97–116.
“No Place for a Son of Man,” 4,4 (1988): 83–107.
“To Judge the Son of Man: The Synoptic Sayings,” 7,3–4 (1991): 207–42.

Smith, Thee
“W/Riting Black Theology,” 5,4 (1989): 41–70.

Spencer, F. Scott
“A Waiter, a Magician, a Fisherman, and a Eunuch: The Pieces and Puzzles of Acts 8,” NS 3,1 (2000): 155–78.

Staples, Peter
“The Cultural Management of Space and Time in the Narrative Gospel of Mark,” 9,1–2 (1993): 19–45.

Stein, Robert H.
“Luke 14:26 and the Question of Authenticity,” 5,2 (1989): 187–92.

Steinhauser, Michael G.
“Putting One’s Hand to the Plow: The Authenticity of Q 9:61–62,” 5,2 (1989): 151–58.
“The Sayings on Anxieties: Matt 6:25–34 and Luke 12:22–32,” 6,1 (1990): 67–79.
“The Sayings of Jesus in Mark 4:21–22, 24b–25,” 6,3–4 (1990): 197–217.

Tannehill, Robert C.
“The Narrator’s Strategy in the Scenes of Paul’s Defense,” 8,3–4 (1992): 255–69.

Tarkki, Jarmo
“Hylotheism: Life as a Slide Show,” TS 5–2 (Fall 2016): 157–65.

Tatum, W. Barnes
“The Resurrection and Historical Evidence,” 10,3–4 (1994): 249–54.
“Jesus’ So-called Triumphal Entry,” NS 1,1 (1998): 129–43.
“Jesus the Jew: An Analysis of Geza Vermes’ Trilogy,” NS 1,2 (1998): 275–89.
“The Historical Quest for the Baby Jesus,” NS 2,1 (1999): 7–23.

Taussig, Hal E.
“The Gospel of Thomas and the Case for Jesus as Teacher of Common Wisdom,” 10,1–2 (1994): 31–46.
“History Matters: A Postmodern Case for Jesus and Meaning Today,” NS 4,2 (Fall 2001): 247-72.
“Jerusalem as Occasion for Conversation: The Intersections of Acts 15 and Galations 2,” NS 4,1 (Spring 2001): 89–104.
“Jesus in the Company of Sages,” NS 1,2 (1998): 399–429.
“The Jesus Seminar and Its Public,” 2,2 (1986): 69–78.
“The Lord’s Prayer,” 4,4 (1988): 25–41.
“The Sexual Politics of Luke’s Mary and Martha Account: An Evaluation of the Historicity of Luke 10:38–42,” 7,3–4 (1991): 317–19.
“Transfiguring Jesus: Spiritual Dimensions of Contemporary Historical Jesus Portraits,” NS 4,2 (Fall 2001): 211-28.
“Questioning the Category of Gnosticism for the Rewriting of the History of Early Christianity: An Appreciation and Extension of the Work of Karen King,” TS 5,1 (Spring 2016): 7-30.
What Do Fiction, Mass Crucifixions and Killer Seals Add Up To?: Summarizing Breakthroughs in Martyrdom Scholarship Since 1990″ TS 6,1 (Spring 2017): 61-78.
“Hidden Transcripts of Violence and Partial Recovery in the First Two Centuries” (Spring 2019)
“If Not Christians, What?” (Spring 2021)

Tyson, Joseph B.
“Acts – A Myth of Christian Origins.” TS 1,2 (Fall 2007): 171-90.
“The Date of Acts: A Reconsideration,” NS 5,1 (Spring 2002): 33-53.
“Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner: Peter and Cornelius in Acts 10:1–11:18,” NS 3,1 (2000): 179–96.
“The Implications of a Late Date for Acts.” TS 1,1 (Spring 2007):  41-64.
“The Legacy of F. C. Baur and Recent Studies of Acts,” NS 4,1 (2001): 125–44.
“Themes at the Crossroads: Acts 15 in Its Lukan Setting,” NS 4,1 (2001): 105–24.

Uro, Risto
“‘Secondary Orality’ in the Gospel of Thomas? Logion 14 as a Test Case,” 9,3–4 (1993): 305–29.

Vaage, Leif E.
“Q1 and the Historical Jesus: Some Peculiar Sayings (7:33–34; 9:57–58, 59–60; 14:26–27),” 5,2 (1989): 159–76.

Veitch, James
“The Church as Community: The Foundation of Christianity,” NS 4,2 (Fall 2001): 273-96.
“Patrolling the Right Path: Tom Wright’s Figure of Jesus,” NS 1,2 (1998): 349–85.

Walker Jr., William O.
“Acts and the Pauline Letters: A Select Bibliography with Introduction,” NS 5,1 (Spring 2002): 105-16.
“Demythologizing and Christology,” TS 3,2 (Fall 2014): 31–44.

Webb, Robert L.
“John’s Baptizing Activity,” NS 2,1 (1999): 99–123.
“Josephus on John the Baptist,” NS 2,1 (1999): 141–68.
Book Review: Daniel B. Wallace, Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics, NS 2,2 (1999): 301–4.

Weeden, Theodore J.
“Theories of Tradition: A Critique of Kenneth Bailey,” NS 7,1 (Spring 2004): 45-70.
“Two Jesuses, Jesus of Jerusalem and Jesus of Nazareth: Provocative Parallels and Imaginative Imitation,” NS 6,2 (Fall 2003): 135-331.

Weist, Stephen R.
“The Story of Stephen in Acts 6:1–8:4: History Typologized or Typology Historicized?” NS 3,1 (2000): 121–53.

Wendt, Heidi
“From the Herodians to Hadrian: The Shifting Status of Judean Religion in Post-Flavian Rome,” TS 6,2 (Fall 2017): 145-70.

Wheeler-Reed, David
“(Re)reading Regulating Sex in the Roman Empire One Year Later,” 9,2 (2020): 141-155.

White, John L.
“The Way of the Cross: Was There a Pre-Markan Passion Narrative?” 3,2 (1987): 35–51.
“Beware of Leavened Bread: Markan Imagery in the Last Supper,” 3,4 (1987): 49–63.
“God’s Paternity as Root Metaphor in Paul’s Conception of Community,” 8,3–4 (1992): 271–95.
“Publications of Robert W. Funk,” 8,3–4 (1992): 371–80.

White, L. Michael
“Scaling the Strongman’s ‘Court’ (Luke 11:21),” 3,3 (1987): 3–28.
“The First Christians: What Did the Neighbors Think?” NS 3,1 (2000): 9–29.
“The Pentecost Event: Lukan Redaction and Themes in Acts 2,” NS 3,1 (2000): 75–103.

Williams, James G.
“Myth, Aphorism, and the Christ as Sign,” 5,1 (1989): 73–91.
“Neither Here Nor There: Between Wisdom and Apocalyptic in Jesus’ Kingdom Sayings,” 5,2 (1989): 7–30.

Williams, Michael
“‘Are you, or have you ever been, a gnostic?’: Caricatures, Blacklists, and Understanding the Aspirations and Lives of Real People,” TS 5,1 (Spring 2016): 63-80.

Wilhite, David E. 
“Is Jesus YHWH? Two De-Judaizing Trajectories of Marcion and Justin,” 9,2 (Spring 2020): 29-56.

Wilson, John Francis
“Paneas/Caesarea Philippi and the World of the Gospels,” TS 3,1 (2014): 7–26.

Wink, Walter
“Jesus’ Reply to John: Matt 11:2–6//Luke 7:18–23,” 5,1 (1989): 121–28.
“Neither Passivity nor Violence: Jesus’ Third Way,” 7,1–2 (1991): 5–28.

Wire, Antoinette
“Editor’s Introduction,” 2,4 (1986): 3–4.
“Ancient Miracle Stories and Women’s Social World,” 2,4 (1986): 77–84.

Winter, S. C.
“The Arrest of Jesus,” NS 1,1 (1998): 145–62.
“Antioch in Acts: & Maccoby’s ‘Two-tiered’ Christianity,” NS 4,1 (2002): 27–44.