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The Oxford Bible Commentary Line-by-line commentary for the New Revised Standard Version Bible.

Bibliographical Guide to Biblical Studies

History and Theology, Old Testament

Barr, J. (1999), The Concept of Biblical Theology: An Old Testament Perspective (London: SCM).

Bright, J. (1981), A History of Israel, 3rd edn. (London: SCM).

Brueggemann, W. (1997), Theology of the Old Testament: Testimony, Dispute, Advocacy (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Clements, R. E. (1978), Old Testament Theology: A Fresh Approach (London: Marchall, Morgan, and Scott).

Eichrodt, W. (1961–7), Theology of the Old Testament (2 vols.; London: SCM).

Hayes, J. H., and Miller, J. M. (1990), Israelite and Judaean History (London: SCM).

Herrmann, S. (1981), A History of Israel in Old Testament Times (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Jagersma, H. (1982), A History of Israel in the Old Testament Period (London: SCM).

——  (1985), A History of Israel from Alexander the Great to Bar Kochba (London: SCM).

Noth, M. (1960), The History of Israel, 2nd edn. (London: A. & C. Black).

von Rad, G. (1975), Old Testament Theology (2 vols.; Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

2. Introduction to the Old Testament

Barton, J. (1991), What is the Bible? (London: SPCK).

——  (1997), Making the Christian Bible (London: Darton, Longman & Todd).

Blenkinsopp, J. (1984), A History of Prophecy in Israel from the Settlement in the Land to the Hellenistic Period (London: SPCK).

Childs, B. S. (1979), Introduction to the Old Testament as Scripture (London: SCM).

Crenshaw, J. L. (1981), Old Testament Wisdom: An Introduction (Atlanta: John Knox).

Davies, P. R. (1998), Scribes and Schools: The Canonization of the Hebrew Scriptures (Louisville: Westminster/John Knox).

Hayes, J. H. (1982), An Introduction to Old Testament Study (London: SCM).

Kaiser, O. (1975), Introduction to the Old Testament: A Presentation of its Results and Problems (Oxford: Blackwell).

Laffey, A. (1988), An Introduction to the Old Testament: A Feminist Perspective (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Noth, M. (1966), ‘The Laws in the Pentateuch: Their Assumptions and Meaning’, in his The Laws in the Pentateuch and Other Essays (Edinburgh and London), 1–107.

Soggin, J. A. (1989), Introduction to the Old Testament: From its Origins to the Closing of the Alexandrian Canon (London: SCM).

Theissen, G. (1984), Biblical Faith: An Evolutionary Perspective (London: SCM).

3. Introduction to the Pentateuch

Albertz, R. (1994), A History of Israelite Religion in the OT Period, ET (2 vols.; London: SCM).

Alt, A. (1966), ‘The Origins of Israelite Law’, in Essays on Old Testament History and Religion, ET (Oxford: Blackwell), 87–132. First published 1934.

Blenkinsopp, J. (1992), The Pentateuch: An Introduction to the First Five Books of the Bible (London: SCM).

Brueggemann, W., and Wolff, H. W. (1975), The Vitality of OT Traditions (Atlanta: John Knox).

Clements, R. E. (1976), A Century of OT Study (Guildford: Lutterworth).

Clines, D. J. A. (1978), The Theme of the Pentateuch (Sheffield: JSOT).

Lohfink, N. (1994), Theology of the Pentateuch: Themes of the Priestly Narrative and Deuteronomy (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Nicholson, E. W. (1997), The Pentateuch in the Twentieth Century (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Noth M. (1972), A History of Pentateuchal Traditions, ET (Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall); from German original, überlieferungs-geschichte des Pentateuch, 1948.

Patrick, D. (1986), Old Testament Law (London: SCM).

Pritchard, J. B. (ed.) (1969), Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament, 3rd edn. (Princeton: Princeton University Press).

von Rad, G. (1962), OT Theology, ET (Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd).

Wellhausen, J. (1885), Prolegomena to the History of Israel, ET (Edinburgh: A. & C. Black); from German original, Geschichte Israels I, 1878.

Whybray, R. N. (1987), The Making of the Pentateuch: A Methodological Study (Sheffield: JSOT).

4. Genesis

Blenkinsopp, J. (1992), The Pentateuch. An Introduction to the First Five Books of the Bible (London: SCM).

Gunkel, H. (1964), The Legends of Genesis (New York: Schocken).

McKane, W. (1979), Studies in the Pentateuchal Narratives (Edinburgh: Handsel).

Noth, M. (1972), A History of Pentateuchal Traditions (Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall).

Redford, D. B. (1970), A Study of the Biblical Story of Joseph (Genesis 37–50), VTSup 20 (Leiden: Brill).

Rogerson, J. W. (1974), Myth in Old Testament Interpretation, BZAW 134 (Berlin: de Gruyter).

Thompson, T. L. (1974), The Historicity of the Patriarchal Narratives, BZAW 133 (Berlin: de Gruyter).

Van Seters, J. (1975), Abraham in History and Tradition (New Haven and London: Yale University Press).

von Rad, G. (1966), ‘The Joseph Narrative and Ancient Wisdom’, in The Problem of the Hexateuch and Other Essays (Edinburgh and London: Oliver & Boyd), 292–300.

——  (1972), Genesis, OTL, 2nd edn. (London: SCM).

Westermann, C. (1974), Creation (London: SPCK; Philadelphia: Fortress).

——  (1980), The Promises to the Patriarchs. Studies on the Patriarchal Narratives (Philadelphia: Fortress).

——  Genesis (3 vols.; London: SPCK, 1984, 1985, 1987).

——  Genesis (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1987; London: SPCK, 1988).

Whybray, R. N. (1987), The Making of the Pentateuch. A Methodological Study, JSOTSup 53 (Sheffield: JSOT).

5. Exodus

Brueggemann, W. (1994), ‘Exodus’, in The New Interpreter's Bible (vol. 1; Nashville: Abingdon).

Cassuto, U. (1967), A Commentary on Exodus (Jerusalem: Magnes).

Childs, B. S. (1974), Exodus: a Commentary (London: SCM).

Croatto, J. S. (1981), Exodus: a Hermeneutics of Freedom (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books).

Durham, J. I. (1987), Exodus, WBC (Waco, Tex.: Word).

Fretheim, T. E. (1991), Exodus (Interpretation) (Louisville, Ky.: Westminster/John Knox).

Gowan, D. E. (1994), Theology in Exodus: Biblical Theology in the Form of a Commentary (Louisville, Ky.: Westminster/John Knox).

Gunn, D. M. (1982), ‘The Hardening of Pharaoh's Heart’, in D. J. A. Clines, D. M. Gunn, and A. J. Hauser (eds), Art and Meaning: Rhetoric in Biblical Literature, JSOTSup 19 (Sheffield: JSOT), 72–96.

Haran, M. (1985), Temples and Temple Service in Ancient Israel, 2nd edn. (Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns).

Houtman, C. (1993– ), Exodus, Historical Commentary on the Old Testament (3 vols.; Kampen: Kok).

Johnstone, W. (1990), Exodus, Old Testament Guides (Sheffield: JSOT).

Moberly, R., and Walter, L. (1983), At the Mountain of God: Story and Theology in Exodus 32–34, JSOTSup 22 (Sheffield: JSOT).

Nicholson, E. W. (1986), God and his People: Covenant and Theology in the Old Testament (Oxford: Clarendon).

Patrick, D. (1986), Old Testament Law (London: SCM).

Van Seters, J. (1994), The Life of Moses: the Yahwist as Historian in Exodus-Numbers (Kampen: Kok Pharos).

6. Leviticus

Anderson, G. A. (1987), Sacrifices and Offerings in Ancient Israel: Studies in their Social and Political Importance, HSM 41 (Atlanta: Scholars Press).

——  and Olyan, S. M. (eds.) (1991), Priesthood and Cult in Ancient Israel, JSOTSup 125 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Blenkinsopp, J. (1976), ‘The Structure of P’, CBQ 38: 275–92.

Cassuto, U. (1961), The Documentary Hypothesis and the Composition of the Pentateuch (Jerusalem: Magnes).

Cross, F. M. (1973), Canaanite Myth and Hebrew Epic (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press).

Grabbe, L. L. (1991), ‘Maccabean Chronology: 167–164 or 168–165 BCE?’, JBL 110: 59–74.

Kaufmann, Y. (1961), The Religion of Israel From its Beginnings to the Babylonian Exile (tr. and abr. M. Greenberg) (London: George Allen & Unwin).

Levine, B. A. (1989), Leviticus, JPS Torah Commentary (Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society).

McKeating, H. (1979), ‘Sanctions against Adultery in Ancient Israelite Society, with Some Reflections on Methodology in the Study of Old Testament Ethics’, JSOT 11: 57–72.

Noth, M. (1972), A History of Pentateuchal Traditions (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall).

Polzin, R. (1976), Late Biblical Hebrew: Toward an Historical Typology of Biblical Hebrew Prose, HSM 12 (Missoula: Scholars Press).

Rentdorff, R. H. (1990), The Problem of the Process of Transmission in the Pentateuch, JSOTSup 89 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press); German original, Das überlieferungsgeschichtliche Problem des Pentateuch (1977).

——  (1993), ‘Two Kinds of P? Some Reflections on the Occasion of the Publishing of Jacob Milgrom's Commentary on Leviticus 1–16’, JSOT 60: 75–81.

Van Seters, J. (1983), In Search of History: Historiography in the Ancient World and the Origins of Biblical History (New Haven/London: Yale University Press).

Vink, J. G. (1969), ‘The Date and Origin of the Priestly Code in the Old Testament’, OTS 15:1–144.

Weinfeld, M. (1972), Deuteronomy and the Deuteronomic School (Oxford: Clarendon).

——  (1992), Deuteronomy 1–11, AB5 (Garden City, NY: Doubleday).

Wellhausen, J. (1885), Prolegomena to the History of Israel (Edinburgh: A. & C. Black).

7. Numbers

Ashley, T. R. (1993), The Book of Numbers, The New International Commentary on the Old Testament (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Budd, P.J. (1984), Numbers, Word Biblical Commentary, 5 (Waco, Tex.: Word).

Douglas, M. (1993), In the Wilderness: The Doctrine of Defilement in the Book of Numbers (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Fretheim, T. E. (1996), The Pentateuch, Interpreting Biblical Texts (Nashville: Abingdon).

Gorman, F. H., Jr. (1990), The Ideology of Ritual: Space, Time and Status in the Priestly Theology, JSOTSup 91 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Gray, G. B. (1903), A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Numbers, International Critical Commentary (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Levine, B. (1993), Numbers 1–20: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary, Anchor Bible (New York: Doubleday).

Milgrom, J. (1990), Numbers, JPS Torah Commentary (Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America).

Moore, M. (1990), The Balaam Traditions: Their Character and Development, SBLDS, 113 (Atlanta: Scholars Press).

Nelson, R. D. (1993), Raising Up a Faithful Priest: Community and Priesthood in Biblical Theology (Louisville: Westminster/John Knox).

Noth, M. (1968), Numbers: A Commentary, Old Testament Library (Philadelphia: Westminster); tr. J. D. Martin.

Olson, D. (1985), The Death of the Old and the Birth of the New: The Framework of the Book of Numbers and the Pentateuch, Brown Judaic Studies, 71 (Chico, Calif.: Scholars Press).

——  (1996), Numbers, Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching (Louisville: John Knox).

Sakenfeld, K. D. (1995), Journeying with God: A Commentary on the Book of Numbers, An International Theological Commentary on the Old Testament (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Wenham, G. J. (1981), Numbers: An Introduction and Commentary, Tyndale Old Testament Commentary (Downer's Grove, Ill.: Inter-Varsity).

8. Deuteronomy

Christensen, D. L. (ed.) (1993), A Song of Power and the Power of Song. Essays on the Book of Deuteronomy (Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns).

Crüsemann, F. (1996), The Torah (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark)

Driver, S. R. (1986), A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Deuteronomy (ICC), 1895, 3rd edn. 1901 (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Levinson, B. M. (1997), Deuteronomy and the Hermeneutics of Legal Innovation (New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press) (includes bibliography).

Miller, P. D. (1990), Deuteronomy (Interpretation) (Louisville, Ky.: John Knox).

Rofé, A. (1988), Introduction to Deuteronomy. Part I and further chapters [Hebrew] (Jerusalem: Akademon Publishing House).

Tigay, J. H. (1996), Deuteronomy (The JPS Torah Commentary) (Philadelphia/Jerusalem: The Jewish Publication Society).

Weinfeld, M. (1972), Deuteronomy and the Deuteronomic School, reprinted (Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns).

9. Joshua

Aharoni, Y. (1967), The Land of the Bible (London: Burns and Oates).

Auld, A. G. (1980), Joshua, Moses and the Land: Tetrateuch, Pentateuch, Hexateuch in a Generation since 1938 (Edinburgh: T. and T. Clark).

Baltzer, K. (1971), The Covenant Formulary in Old Testament, Jewish and early Christian Writings (Oxford) (= Das Bundesformular: sein Ursprung und seine Verwendung im alten Testament [WMANT 4] (Neukirchen: Neukirchener Verlag, 1960)).

Ben-Tor, A. (ed.), The Archaeology of Ancient Israel (New Haven/London: Yale University Press/Open University of Israel).

Boling, R., and Wright, G. E. (1982), Joshua (AB) (New York: Doubleday).

Bright, J. (1981), A History of Israel, 3rd edn. (London: SCM).

Butler, T. C. (1983), Joshua, WBC (Waco, Tex.: Word).

Curtis, A. H. W. (1994), Joshua, OT Guides (Sheffield: JSOT).

Finkelstein, I. (1988), The Archaeology of the Israelite Settlement (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society).

Gibson, J. C. L. (1971), Textbook of Syrian Semitic Inscriptions I: Hebrew and Moabite Inscriptions (Oxford: Clarendon Press).

Gottwald, N. K. (1979), The Tribes of Yahweh: a Sociology of the Religion of Liberated Israel, 1250–1050 BCE (London: SCM).

Gray, J. (1986), Joshua, Judges and Ruth (NCB) (London: Marshall, Morgan and Scott).

Haran, M. (1978), Temples and Temple Service in Ancient Israel (Oxford: Clarendon).

Kenyon, K. (1979), Archaeology in the Holy Land, 4th edn. (London: Ernest Benn).

Mazar, A. (1990), Archaeology of the Land of the Bible 10,000–586 BCE (New York: Doubleday).

McCarthy, D. J. (1978), Treaty and Covenant, AnBib 21A, 2nd edn. (Rome: Pontifical Biblical Institute).

Mendenhall, G. E. (1955) Law and Covenant in the Ancient Near East (Pittsburgh (repr from BA 17 [1954] 26–46, 50–76)).

Niditch, S. (1993), War in the Hebrew Bible (New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Noth, M. (1960), The History of Israel (London: A. & C. Black).

——  (1981), The Deuteronomistic History, JSOTSup (Sheffield: JSOT) (ET of Überlieferungsgeschichtliche Studien: die sammelnden und bearbeitenden Geschichtswerke im Alten Testament, Halle, 1943, 2nd edn. Tübingen, 1957).

Polzin, R. (1980), Moses and the Deuteronomist (New York: Seabury).

Porter, J. R. (1970), ‘The Succession of Joshua’, in J. I. Durham and J. R. Porter (eds), Proclamation and Presence (FS G. H. Davies) (London: SCM), 102–132.

Soggin, J. A. (1972), Joshua, OTL (London: SCM).

Thompson, T. L. (1992), The Early History of the Israelite People: from the Written and Archaeological Sources (Leiden: Brill).

10. Judges

Alter, R. (1981), The Art of Biblical Poetry (New York: Basic).

——  (1985), The Art of Biblical Narrative (New York: Basic).

Gottwald, N. (1979), The Tribes of Yahweh. A Religion of Liberated Israel 1250–1050 BC (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis).

Meyers, C. (1988), Discovering Eve. Ancient Israelite Women in Context (New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Niditch, S. (1997), Ancient Israelite Religion (New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press).

——  (1996), Oral World and Written Word (Louisville: John Knox/Westminster).

Younger, K. L. (1990), Ancient Conquest Accounts: A Study in Ancient Near Eastern and Biblical History Writing, JSOT 98 (Sheffield: JSOT).

11. Ruth

Brenner, A. (ed.) (1993), A Feminist Companion to Ruth, The Feminist Companion to the Bible 3 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

LaCocque, A. (1990), The Feminine Unconventional: Four Subversive Figures in Israel's Tradition, Overtures to Biblical Theology (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Larkin, K. (1995), Ruth and Esther, Old Testament Guides (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Leggett, D. A. (1974), The Levirate and Goel Institutions in the Old Testament with Special Attention to the Book of Ruth (Cherry Hill, NJ: Mack).

Phillips, A. (1986), ‘The Book of Ruth: Deception and Shame’, JJS 37: 1–17.

Trible, P. (1978), God and the Rhetoric of Sexuality, Overtures to Biblical Theology (Philadelphia: Fortress).

12. 1 & 2 Samuel

Birch, B. C. (1976), The Rise of the Israelite Monarchy: The Growth and Development of 1 Samuel 7–15, SBLDS 27 (Missoula: Scholars Press).

Campbell, A. F. (1975), The Ark Narrative (1 Sam 4–6, 2 Sam 6). Form-Critical and Traditio-Historical Study, SBLDS 16 (Missoula: Scholars Press).

Carlson, R. A. (1964), David, the Chosen King. A Traditio-Historical Approach to the Second Book of Samuel (Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiskell).

Conroy, C. C. (1978), Absalom Absalom! Narrative and Language in 2 Sam 13–20, Analecta Biblica 81 (Rome: Pontifical Biblical Institute).

Edelman, D. V. (1991), King Saul in the Historiography of Judah, JSOTSup 121 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Gunn, D. M. (1978), The Story of King David. Genre and Interpretation, JSOTSup 6 (Sheffield: Sheffield JSOT).

——  (1980), The Fate of King Saul, JSOTSup 14 (Sheffield: JSOT).

Ishida, T. (1977), The Royal Dynasties in Ancient Israel. A Study on the Formation and Development of Royal-Dynastic Ideology, BZAW 142 (Berlin: de Gruyter).

Jones, G. H. (1990), The Nathan Narratives, JSOTSup 80 (Sheffield: JSOT).

Long, V. P. (1989), The Reign and Rejection of King Saul. A Case for Literary and Theological Coherence, SBLDS 118 (Atlanta: Scholars Press).

Mayes, A. D. H. (1977), ‘The Reign of Saul’, in J. H. Hayes and J. M. Miller (eds.), Israelite and Judaean History, OTL (London: SCM), 322–31.

Mettinger, T. N. D. (1976), King and Messiah. The Civil and Sacral Legitimation of the Israelite Kings, Coniectanea Biblica, OT Series 8 (Lund: C. W. K. Gleerup).

Miller, P. D., and Roberts, J. (1977), The Hand of the Lord: A Reassessment of the ‘Ark Narrative’ of 1 Samuel (Baltimore/London: John Hopkins University Press).

Nelson, R. D. (1981), The Double Redaction of the Deuteronomistic History, JSOTSup 18 (Sheffield: JSOT).

Noth, M. (1943), Überlieferungsgeschichtliche Studien I (Tübingen: Max Niemeyer); (1981), ET The Deuteronomistic History, JSOTSup 15 (Sheffield: JSOT).

Rost,L. (1926), Die Überlieferung von der Thronnachfolge Davids, BWANT 3/6 (Stuttgart: Kohlhammer); (1982), ET The Succession to the Throne of David (Sheffield: Almond).

Soggin, J. A. (1977), ‘The Davidic-Solomonic Kingdom’, in J. H. Hayes and J. M. Miller (eds), Israelite and Judaean History, OTL (London: SCM), 332–80.

Weinfeld, M. (1970), Deuteronomy and the Deuteronomic School (Oxford: Clarendon).

Whybray, R. N. (1968), The Succession Narrative. A Study of II Sam 9–20 and I Kings 1 and 2, SBTh 9 (London: SCM).

13. 1 & 2 Kings

Cross, F. M. (1973), ‘The Themes of the Book of Kings and the Structure of the Deuteronomistic History’, in id., Canaanite Myth and Hebrew Epic (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press), 274–89.

Gray, J. (1977), I and II Kings, OTL 3rd edn. (Philadelphia: Westminster).

McKay, J. W. (1973), Religion in Judah under the Assyrians 732–609 B.C., SBTh 2:26 (London: SCM).

Nelson, R. (1981), The Double Redaction of the Deuteronomistic History, JSOTSup 18 (Sheffield: JSOT).

Noth, M. (1991), The Deuteronomistic History, JSOTSup 15 (Sheffield: JSOT).

14. 1 & 2 Chronicles

Ackroyd, P. R. (1973), I and II Chronicles, Torch Bible Commentary (London: SCM).

Coggins, R. J. (1976), The First and Second Books of Chronicles, CBC (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Myers, J. M. (1965), 1 Chronicles and 2 Chronicles, Anchor Bible (2 vols.; Garden City, NY: Doubleday).

Williamson, H. G. M. (1977), Israel in the Books of Chronicles (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Williamson, H. G. M. (1982), 1 and 2 Chronicles, NCB (London: Marshall, Morgan, and Scott).

15. Ezra–Nehemiah

Berquist, J. (1995), Judaism in Persia's Shadow: A Social and Historical Approach (Minneapolis: Fortress).

Bickerman, E. (1976), ‘The Edict of Cyrus in Ezra I’, in Studies in Jewish and Christian History, I (Leiden: Brill).

Blenkinsopp, J. (1988), Ezra-Nehemiah, OTL (London: SCM).

Clines, D. (1984), Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther, NCB (Basingstoke: Marshall, Morgan, and Scott).

Fensham, F. C. (1982), The Books of Ezra and Nehemiah (Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans).

Williamson, H.G.M. (1985), Ezra, Nehemiah, WSBC (Waco, Tex.: Word).

16. Esther

Berg, S. B. (1979), The Book of Esther: Motifs, Themes, and Structures, SBLDS 44 (Missoula: Scholars Press).

Clines, D. J. A. (1984), The Esther Scroll: The Story of the Story, JSOTSup 30 (Sheffield: JSOT).

——  (1988), ‘Esther’, in Harper's Bible Commentary (San Francisco: Harper & Row), 387–94.

Fox, M. V. (1991), Character and Ideology in the Book of Esther, Studies in Biblical Personalities (Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press).

Moore, C. A. (1971), Esther: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary, Anchor Bible 7B (Garden City, NY: Doubleday).

——  (1982), Studies in the Book of Esther (New York: Ktav).

——  (1992), ‘Esther, Book of’, ABD II: 633–43.

White, S. A. (1989), ‘Esther: A Feminine Model for the Jewish Diaspora’, in P. L. Day (ed.), Gender and Difference (Philadelphia: Fortress), 161–77.

——  (1992), ‘Esther’, in C. A. Newsom and S. H. Ringe (eds.), The Woman's Bible Commentary (Knoxville: Westminster/John Knox), 124–9.

17. Job

Beuken, W. A. M. (ed.) (1994), The Book of Job (BETL CXIV) (Leuven: Leuven University Press, Peeters).

Clines, D. J. A. (1989), Job (Dallas: Word Books), 1–20.

Crenshaw, J. L. (1992), ‘Job, Book of’, ABD 3 (New York: Doubleday), 858–68.

Glatzer, N. N. (ed.) (1969), The Dimensions of Job (New York: Doubleday).

Good, E. M. (1990), In Turns of Tempest (Stanford: Stanford University Press).

Gordis, R. (1978), The Book of Job (New York: Jewish Theological Seminary of America).

Habel, N. C. (1985), The Book of Job (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Hoffman, Y. A. (1996), Blemished Perfection (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Janzen, J. G. (1985), Job (Atlanta: John Knox).

Newsom, C. (1996), ‘Job’, NIB IV (Nashville: Abingdon), 319–637.

Perdue, L. G. (1972), Wisdom in Revolt (Nashville: Abingdon).

Pope, M. E. (1973), Job (Garden City, NY: Doubleday).

Zuckerman, B. (1991), Job the Silent: A Study in Historical Counterpoint (New York: Oxford University Press).

18. Psalms

Anderson, A. A. (1972), Psalms 1–72, Psalms 73–150, NCB (London: Marshall, Morgan and Scott).

Dahood, M. J. (1966–70), Psalms, Anchor Bible (3 vols.; Garden City, NY: Doubleday).

Day, J. (1990), Psalms, Old Testament Guides (Sheffield: JSOT).

Gillingham, S. E. (1994), The Poems and Psalms of the Hebrew Bible, Oxford Bible Series (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Kirkpatrick, A. F. (1901), The Book of Psalms, Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges (33 vols.; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Mowinckel, S. (1962), The Psalms in Israel's Worship (2 vols.; Oxford: Basil Blackwell).

19. Proverbs

Bryce, G. E. (1979), A Legacy of Wisdom: The Egyptian Contribution to the Wisdom of Israel (Lewisburg, Pa.: Bucknell University Press).

Camp, C. V. (1985), Wisdom and the Feminine in the Book of Proverbs (Sheffield: JSOT).

Crenshaw, J. L. (1995), Urgent Advice and Probing Questions: Collected Writings in Old Testament Wisdom (Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press).

Lang, B. (1986), Wisdom and the Book of Proverbs: A Hebrew Goddess Redefined (New York: Pilgrim).

McKane, W. (1970), Proverbs: A New Approach, OTL (London: SCM).

Murphy, R. E. (1981), Wisdom Literature, FOTL 13 (Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans).

——  (1998), Proverbs, WBC (Nashville: Thomas Nelson).

Scott, R. B. Y. (1965), Proverbs, AB (New York: Doubleday).

Skehan, P. W. (1972), Studies in Israelite Poetry and Wisdom, CBQMS 1 (Washington: Catholic Biblical Association).

von Rad, G. (1972), Wisdom in Israel (London: SCM); German original, 1970.

Westermann, C. (1995), Roots of Wisdom: The Oldest Proverbs of Israel and Other Peoples (Edinburgh: T.&T. Clark); German original, 1990.

Whybray, R. N. (1994), Proverbs, NCB (London: Marshall Pickering).

——  (1995), The Book of Proverbs: A Survey of Modern Study, HBIS 1 (Leiden: Brill).

Williams, J. G. (1981), Those Who Ponder Proverbs: Aphoristic Thinking and Biblical Literature (Sheffield: Almond).

20. Ecclesiastes

Crenshaw, J. L. (1988), Ecclesiastes (London: SCM).

Fox, M. V. (1989), Qohelet and his Contradictions (Sheffield: Almond).

Gordis, R. (1968), Koheleth—The Man and his World, 3rd edn. (New York: Schocken Books).

Ogden, G. (1987), Qoheleth (Sheffield: JSOT).

Whybray, R. N. (1981), ‘The Identification and Use of Quotations in Ecclesiastes’, VTS 32: 435–51.

——  (1989), Ecclesiastes (London: Marshall, Morgan & Scott).

——  (1989), Ecclesiastes, OT Guides (Sheffield: JSOT).

21. Song of Solomon

Brenner, A. (ed.) (1993), A Feminist Companion to the Song of Songs (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Ginsburg, C. D. (1970), The Song of Songs and Qoheleth, 2nd edn. (New York: Ktav).

Gordis, R. (1974), The Song of Songs and Lamentations, 2nd edn. (New York: Ktav).

Goulder, M. (1986), The Song of Fourteen Songs, JSOTSup 35 (Sheffield: JSOT).

Tourney, R. J. (1988), Word of God, Song of Love: A Commentary on the Song of Songs, tr. J. E. Crowley (New York: Paulist).

Weems, R. J. (1992), ‘The Song of Songs’, in C. A. Newsom and S. H. Ringe (eds.), The Women's Bible Commentary (Louisville: Westminster/John Knox), 156–60.

22. Isaiah

Barton, J. (1995), Isaiah 1–39; Old Testament Guides (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Emmerson, G. I. (1992), Isaiah 56–66, Old Testament Guides (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Sawyer, J. F. A. (1996), The Fifth Gospel (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Vermeylen, J. (1989), The Book of Isaiah (Leuven: Peeters).

Whybray, R. N. (1983), The Second Isaiah, Old Testament Guides (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Williamson, H. G. M. (1994), The Book called Isaiah (Oxford: Clarendon).

23. Jeremiah

Achtemeier, E. (1987), Jeremiah, Knox Preaching Guides (Atlanta: John Knox).

Boadt, L. (1982), Jeremiah 1–25, Old Testament Message 9 (Wilmington, Del.: Michael Glazier).

——  (1982), Jeremiah 26–52, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Nahum (Wilmington, Del.: Michael Glazier).

Brueggemann, W. (1998), A Commentary on Jeremiah: Exile and Home-coming (Grand Rapids and Cambridge: Eerdmans).

Carroll, R. P. (1986), Jeremiah, OTL (Philadelphia: Westminster).

——  (1989), Jeremiah, Old Testament Guides (Sheffield: JSOT).

Clements, R. E. (1988), Jeremiah, Interpretation (Atlanta: John Knox).

Craigie, P. C., Kelly, P., and Drinkard, J. F. (1991), Jeremiah 1–25, WBC 26 (Dallas: Word).

Holladay, W. L. (1974), Jeremiah: Spokesman Out of Time (Philadelphia: Pilgrim).

——  (1986), Jeremiah, Hermeneia (2 vols.; Philadelphia and Minneapolis: Fortress), 89.

——  (1990), Jeremiah: A Fresh Reading (New York: Pilgrim).

Keown, G. L., Scalise, P. J., and Smothers, T. G. (1995), Jeremiah 26–52, WBC 27 (Dallas: Word).

McKane, W. (1986, 1996), Jeremiah, ICC (2 vols.; Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Nicholson, E. W. (1973, 1975), Jeremiah, CBC (2 vols.; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

O'Connor, K. (1988), The Confessions of Jeremiah: Their Interpretation and Role in Chapters 1–25, SBLDS 94 (Atlanta: Scholars Press).

——  (1992), ‘Jeremiah’, in C. A. Newsom and S. H. Ringe (eds.), The Women's Bible Commentary (Louisville, Ky.: Westminster/John Knox), 169–77.

Thompson, J. A. (1980), The Book of Jeremiah, NICOT (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

24. Lamentations

Albrektson, B. (1963), Studies in the Text and Theology of the Book of Lamentations, Studia Theologica Lundensia 21 (Lund: C.W.K. Gleerup).

Cohen, M. E. (1988), The Canonical Lamentations of Ancient Mesopotamia (2 vols.; Potomac, Md.: Capital Decisions Limited).

Gordis, R. (1974), The Song of Songs and Lamentations, 3rd edn. (New York: Ktav).

Gottwald, N. K. (1962) Studies in the Book of Lamentations, SBT 14, 2nd edn. (London: SCM).

——  (1988), ‘Lamentations’, in J. L. Mays (ed.), Harper's Bible Commentary (San Francisco: Harper).

Gwaltney, W. C., Jr. (1983), ‘The Biblical Book of Lamentations in the Context of Near Eastern Lament Literature’, in W. W. Hallo, J. C. Moyer, and L. G. Perdue (eds.), Scripture in Context II: More Essays on the Comparative Method (Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns), 191–211.

Hillers, D. R. (1992), Lamentations, AB 7a, 2nd edn. (Garden City, NY: Doubleday).

Mintz, A. (1984), Ḥurban: Responses to Catastrophe in Hebrew Literature (New York: Columbia University Press).

O'Connor, K. M. (1992), ‘Lamentations’, in C. A. Newsom and S. H. Ringe (eds.), The Women's Bible Commentary (Louisville, Ky.: Westminster/John Knox), 178–82.

Provan, I. W. (1991), Lamentations, NCB (London: Marshall Pickering/Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans).

Salters, R. B. (1994), Jonah and Lamentations, Old Testament Guide (Sheffield: JSOT).

Westermann, C. (1994), Lamentations: Issues and Interpretation (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

25. Ezekiel

Ackerman, S. (1992), Under Every Green Tree: Popular Religion in Sixth Century Judah, HSM 46 (Atlanta: Scholars Press).

Allen, L. (1990), Ezekiel 20–48, WBC 29 (Dallas, Tex.: Word).

——  (1994), Ezekiel 1–19, WBC 28 (Dallas, Tex.: Word).

Carley, K. W. (1975), Ezekiel among the Prophets (Naperville, Ill.: Alec R. Allenson).

Clifford, R. J. (1972), The Cosmic Mountain in Canaan and the Old Testament, HSM 4 (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press).

Davis, E. F. (1989), Swallowing the Scroll: Textuality and the Dynamics of Discourse in Ezekiel's Prophecy (Sheffield: Almond).

Eichrodt, W. (1970), Ezekiel, OTL (Philadelphia: Westminster); tr. C. Quinn.

Galambush, J. (1992), Jerusalem in the Book of Ezekiel: The City as Yahweh's Wife, SBLDS 130 (Atlanta: Scholars Press).

——  (1999), ‘Ezekiel, Book of’, in J. H. Hayes (ed.), Dictionary of Biblical Interpretation (Nashville, Tenn.: Abingdon).

Greenberg, M. (1983), Ezekiel 1–20: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary, AB 22 (Garden City, NY: Doubleday).

——  (1997), Ezekiel 21–37: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary, AB 22A (Garden City, NY: Doubleday).

Halperin, D. J. (1993), Seeking Ezekiel: Text and Psychology (University Park, Pa.: The Pennsylvania State University Press).

Joyce, P. (1989), Divine Initiative and Human Response in Ezekiel, JSOTSup 51 (Sheffield: JSOT).

Levenson, J. D. (1976), Theology of the Program of Restoration of Ezekiel 40–48, HSM 10 (Missoula: Scholars Press).

Lust, J. (1986), Ezekiel and His Book: Textual and Literary Criticism and Their Interrelation, BETL 74 (Leuven: University of Leuven Press).

Zimmerli, W. (1979, 1983), Ezekiel, Hermeneia (2 vols.; Philadelphia: Fortress), tr. R. E. Clements [vol. 1] and J. D. Martin [vol. 2].

26. Daniel

Collins, J. J. (1993), Daniel, Hermeneia (Minneapolis: Fortress).

Davies, P. R. (1985), Daniel, OTG (Sheffield: JSOT).

Goldingay, J. (1989), Daniel, WBC (Dallas: Word).

Hartman, L., and DiLella, A. A. (1978), The Book of Daniel, Anchor Bible (Garden City: Doubleday).

27. Hosea

Brenner, A. (ed.) (1995), A Feminist Companion to the Latter Prophets, A Feminist Companion to the Bible, 8 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press), 40–241.

Davies, G. I. (1992), Hosea, NCB (London: Marshall Pickering; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Davies, G. I. (1993), Hosea, OTG (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Emmerson, G. I. (1984), Hosea: an Israelite Prophet in Judean Perspective, JSOTSup 28 (Sheffield: JSOT).

Macintosh, A. A. (1997), Hosea, ICC (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Mays, J. L. (1969), Hosea, OTL (London: SCM).

Wolff, H. W. (1974), Hosea, ET, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress).

28. Joel

Allen, L. C. (1976), The Books of Joel, Obadiah, Jonah and Micah, NICOT 13/2 (Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans).

Crenshaw, J. L. (1995), Joel: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary, Anchor Bible (Garden City, NY: Doubleday).

Mason, R. A. (1994), Zephaniah, Habakkuk, Joel, OTG (Sheffield: JSOT).

Watts, J. D. W. (1975), The Books of Joel, Obadiah, Jonah, Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah, CBC (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Wolff, H.-W. (1977), Joel and Amos, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress).

29. Amos

Andersen, F. I., and Freedman, D. N. (1989), Amos, Anchor Bible 24A (New York, London: Doubleday).

Auld, A. G. (1986), Amos, OTG (Sheffield: JSOT).

Carroll, R. P. (1990), ‘Amos’, in R. Coggins and L. Houlden (eds.), A Dictionary of Biblical Interpretation (London: SCM), 19–21.

King, P. J. (1988), Amos, Hosea, Micah—An Archaeological Commentary (Philadelphia: Westminster).

Soggin, J. A. (1987), The Prophet Amos: A Translation and Commentary (London: SCM).

Ward, J. M. (1976), ‘Amos’, in K. Crim (ed.), The Interpreter's Dictionary of the Bible, Supplementary Volume (Nashville: Abingdon), 21–23.

Wolff, H.-W. (1977), Joel and Amos, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress), 89–392.

30. Obadiah

Allen, L. C. (1976), The Books of Joel, Obadiah, Jonah and Micah, NICOT (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Ben Zvi, E. (1996), A Historical-Critical Study of the Book of Obadiah, BZAW 242 (Berlin: de Gruyter).

Coggins, R. J. (1985), ‘Judgement Between Brothers: A Commentary on the Book of Obadiah’, in R. J. Coggins and S. P. Re'emi (eds.), Israel among the Nations: a Commentary on the Books of Nahum, Obadiah, Esther, ITC (Grand Rapids and Handsel, Edinburgh: Eerdmans), 65–100.

31. Jonah

Allen, L. C. (1976), The Books of Joel, Obadiah, Jonah and Micah, NICOT (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Bickerman, E. J. (1967), Four Strange Books of the Bible (New York: Schocken).

Fretheim, T. (1977), The Message of Jonah: A Theological Commentary (Minneapolis: Augsburg).

32. Micah

Allen, L. C. (1976), The Books of Joel, Obadiah, Jonah and Micah NICOT (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Hillers, D. R. (1984), Micah, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Mason, R. (1991), Micah, Nahum, Obadiah, OTG (Sheffield: JSOT).

Mays, J. L. (1976), Micah. A Commentary, OTL (London: SCM).

Wal, A. van der (1990), Micah. A Classified Bibliography (Amsterdam: Free University Press).

Wolff, H.-W. (1990), Micah. A Commentary (Minneapolis: Augsburg); German original, 1982.

33. Nahum

Roberts, J. J. M. (1991), Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah: A Commentary, OTL (Louisville: Westminster/John Knox).

Mason R. (1991), Micah, Nahum, Obadiah, OTG (Sheffield: JSOT), 56–84.

34. Habakkuk

Achtemeier, E. (1986), Nahum-Malachi, Interpretation Commentaries (Louisville: Westminster/John Knox).

Gowan, D. E. (1976), The Triumph of Faith in Habakkuk (Atlanta: John Knox).

Hiebert, T. (1996), ‘Habakkuk’, in The New Interpreter's Bible (Vol. 7; Nashville: Abingdon).

Robertson, O. P. (1990), The Books of Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah, NICOT (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Roberts, J. J. M. (1991), Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah: A Commentary, OTL (Louisville: Westminster/John Knox).

Szeles, M. E. (1988), Wrath and Mercy: Habakkuk and Zephaniah, International Theological Commentary (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

35. Zephaniah

Ben Zvi, E. (1991), A Historical-Critical Study of the Book of Zephaniah, BZAW 198 (Berlin, New York: de Gruyter).

Roberts, J. J. M. (1991), Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah, OTL (Louisville, Ky.: Westminster/John Knox).

Robertson, O. P. (1990), The Books of Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah, NICOT (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

36. Haggai

Ackroyd, P. (1968), Exile and Restoration: A Study of Hebrew Thought in the Sixth Century B.C., OTL (Philadelphia: Westminster).

Blenkinsopp, J. (1991), ‘Temple and Society in Achaemenid Judah’, in P. Davies (ed.), Second Temple Studies, Vol. 1: Persian Period, JSOTSup 117 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press), 22–53.

Coggins, R. (1987), Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi, OTG (Sheffield: JSOT).

Cook, J. (1983), The Persian Empire (New York: Schocken).

Hoglund, K. (1992), Achaemenid Imperial Administration in Syria-Palestine and the Missions of Ezra and Nehemiah, SBLDS 125 (Atlanta: Scholars Press).

37. Zechariah

Baldwin, J. (1972), Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi (London: Tyndale Press).

Coggins, R. J. (1987), Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi (Sheffield: JSOT).

Mason, R. A. (1977), The Books of Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Meyers, C. L., and Meyers E. M. (1987), Haggai, Zechariah 1–8, AB Vol. 25B (New York: Doubleday).

——  (1993), Zechariah 9–14, AB Vol. 25C (New York: Doubleday).

Petersen, D. L. (1984), Haggai and Zechariah 1–8 (London: SCM).

Smith, R. L. (1984), Micah–Malachi (Waco: Word Books).

Stuhlmueller, C. (1988), Rebuilding with Hope: a Commentary on the Books of Haggai and Zechariah (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

38. Malachi

Coggins, R. J. (1987), Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi, OTG (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Hill, A. E. (1992), ‘Malachi, Book of’, in Anchor Bible Dictionary 4 (New York: Doubleday).

Mason, R. (1977), The Books of Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi, CBC (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

O'Brien, J. M. (1995), ‘Malachi in Recent Research’, in Currents in Research 3 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press), 81–94.

Petersen, D. L. (1995), Zechariah 9–14 and Malachi, OTL (Philadelphia: Westminster).

Smith, R. (1984), Micah-Malachi, WBC 32 (Waco, Tex.: Word Books).

39. Introduction to the Apocrypha

Charles, R. H. (ed.) (1912), Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of The Old Testament (2 vols.; Oxford: Clarendon).

Collins, J.J. (1983), Between Athens and Jerusalem: Jewish Identity in the Hellenistic Diaspora (New York: Crossroad).

De Lange, N. R. M. (1978), Apocrypha: Jewish Literature of the Hellenistic Age (New York: Viking).

Fritsch, C. T. (1962), ‘Apocrypha’, in The Dictionary of the Bible (Nashville, Tenn.: Abingdon).

Goodspeed, E. J. (1939), The Story of the Apocrypha (Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press).

Harrington, S. J. (1999), Invitation to the Apocrypha (Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans).

Metzger, B. M. (1957), An Introduction to the Apocrypha (New York: Oxford University Press).

Nickelsburg, G. W. (1981), Jewish Literature between the Bible and the Mishnah (London: SCM).

Oesterley, W. O. E. (1935), An Introduction to the Books of the Apocrypha (London: SPCK).

Pfeiffer, R. H. (1949), History of NT Times with an Introduction to the Apocrypha (London: A. & C. Black).

Rost, L. (1976), Judaism outside the Hebrew Canon: An Introduction to the Documents (Nashville, Tenn.: Parthenon).

Schürer, E. (1986–7), in G. Vermes, F. Millar, and M. Goodman (eds.), The History of the Jewish People in the Age of Jesus Christ, Vol. 3, (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Stone, M. E. (ed.) (1984), Jewish Writings of the Second Temple Period (Assen/Philadelphia: Van Gorcum/Fortress).

40. Tobit

Flusser, D. (1984), ‘Prayers in the Book of Tobit’, in M. Stone (ed.), Jewish Writings of the Second Temple Period, CRINT 2/2 (Philadelphia, Pa.: Fortress; Assen: Van Gorcum), 555–56.

Moore, C. A. (1989), ‘Scholarly Issues in the Book of Tobit before Qumran and After: An Assessment’, JSP 5: 65–81.

Nowell, I. (1983), The Book of Tobit: Narrative Technique and Theology, Dissertation (Washington, DC: Catholic University of America).

——  (1990), ‘Tobit’, NJBC, 568–71.

Soll, W. (1989), ‘Misfortune and Exile in Tobit: The Juncture of a Fairy Tale Source and Deuteronomic Theology’, CBQ 51: 209–31.

Zimmermann, F. (1958), The Book of Tobit: An English Translation with Introduction and Commentary, Dropsie College Edition, Jewish Apocryphal Literature (New York: Harper & Bros.).

41. Judith

Craven, T. (1983), Artistry and Faith in the Book of Judith, SBLDS 70 (Chico, Calif.: Scholars Press).

Moore, C. A. (1985), Judith. A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary, AB 40 (Garden City, NY: Doubleday).

Wills, L. (1995), The Jewish Novel in the Ancient World (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press).

42. Esther (Greek)

Clines, D. J. A. (1984), The Esther Scroll: The Story of the Story (Sheffield: JSOT).

Day, L. (1995), Three Faces of a Queen: Characterization in the Books of Esther, JSOTSup 186 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Fox, M. V. (1991), The Redaction of the Books of Esther: On Reading Composite Texts, SBLMS 40 (Atlanta: Scholars Press).

Moore, C. A. (1977), Daniel, Esther and Jeremiah: The Additions, Anchor Bible Vol. 44 (New York: Doubleday).

——  (ed.) (1982), Studies in the Book of Esther (New York: Ktav).

Wills, L. (1995), The Jewish Novel in the Ancient World (Ithaca: Cornell University Press).

43. Wisdom of Solomon

Barclay, J. M. G. (1996), Jews in the Mediterranean Diaspora (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Chester, A. (1988), ‘Citing the Old Testament’, in D. A. Carson and H. G. M. Williamson (eds.), It is Written: Scripture Citing Scripture: Essays in Honour of Barnabas Lindars, SSF (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 141–69.

Clarke, E. G. (1973), The Wisdom of Solomon (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Emerton, J. A. (1965), ‘Commentaries on the Wisdom of Solomon’, Theology 68, 376–80.

Gilbert, M. (1984), ‘Wisdom Literature’, in M. E. Stone (ed.), Jewish Writings of the Second Temple Period (Philadelphia: van Gorcum, Assen: Fortress), 283–324.

Grabbe, L. L. (1997), Wisdom of Solomon, Guides to Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Kloppenborg, J. S. (1982), ‘Isis and Sophia in the Book of Wisdom’, HTR 75, 57–84.

Smalley, B. (1986), in R. E. Murphy (ed.), Medieval Exegesis of Wisdom Literature (Atlanta: SBL).

Sweet, J. P. M. (1965), ‘The Theory of Miracles in the Wisdom of Solomon’, in C. F. D. Moule (ed.), Miracles (London: Mowbray), 115–26.

Walbank, F. W. (1984), ‘Monarchies and Monarchic Ideas’, in F. W. Walbank, A. E. Astin, M. W. Frederiksen, and R. M. Ogilvie (eds.), The Cambridge Ancient History vii. 1, The Hellenistic World (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 62–100.

Williams, M. H. (1998), The Jews among the Greeks and Romans: A Diasporan Sourcebook (London: Duckworth).

Winston, D. (1979), The Wisdom of Solomon (Garden City: Doubleday).

——  (1992), ‘Solomon, Wisdom of’, in Anchor Bible Dictionary, vi, 120–27.

Ziegler, J. (1962), Sapientia Salomonis, Septuaginta. Vetus Testamentum Graecum Auctoritate Academia Scientiarum Gottingensis Editum, xii.1 (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht), reprinted 1980.

44. Wisdom of Jesus Son of Sirach

Box, G. H., and Oesterley, W. O. E. (1913), ‘Sirach’, in R. H. Charles (ed.), The Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of the Old Testament, Vol. 1 (Oxford: Clarendon), 268–517.

Crenshaw, J. L. (1975), ‘The Problem of Theodicy in Sirach: On Human Bondage’, JBL 94: 47–64.

——  (1981), Old Testament Wisdom. An Introduction (Atlanta: Knox), 149–73.

DiLella, A. A. (1966), The Hebrew Text of Sirach. A Text-Critical and Historical Study (The Hague: Mouton).

Hengel, M. (1974), Judaism and Hellenism (2 vols.; Philadelphia: Fortress), i. 131–52.

Sanders, J. T. (1983), Ben Sira and Demotic Wisdom (Chico: Scholars Press).

Sheppard, G. T. (1980), Wisdom as a Hermeneutical Construct (Berlin: de Gruyter).

Skehan, P. W., and DiLella, A. A. (1987), The Wisdom of Ben Sira, AB 39 (New York: Doubleday).

Trenchard, W. C. (1982), Ben Sira's View of Women. A Literary Analysis (Chico: Scholars Press).

von Rad, G. (1972), Wisdom in Israel (Nashville: Abingdon), 240–62.

Yadin, Y. (1965), The Ben Sira Scroll from Masada (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society).

45. Baruch

Bohak, G. (1997), ‘Baruch, Books of’, in R. J. Zwi Werblowsky and G. Wigoder (eds.), Oxford Dictionary of the Jewish Religion (New York: Oxford University Press), 101–2.

Coogan, M. D. (1993), ‘Baruch’, in B. M. Metzger and M. D. Coogan (eds.), Oxford Companion to the Bible (New York: Oxford University Press), 75.

Dentan, R. C. (1993), ‘Baruch, book of’, in B. M. Metzger and M. D. Coogan (eds.), OCB (New York: Oxford University Press), 75–6.

Mendels, D. (1992), ‘Baruch, Book of’, in Anchor Bible Dictionary I. 618–20.

Moore, C. A. (1977" title="Daniel, Esther, and Jeremiah: the Additions">Moore, C. A. (1977), Daniel, Esther, and Jeremiah: the Additions, AB 44 (Garden City, NY: Doubleday), 215–316.

Muilenberg, J. (1970), ‘Baruch the scribe’, in J. I. Durham and J. R. Porter (eds.), Proclamation and Presence: Old Testament Essays in Honour of Gwynne Henton Davies (London: SCM), 215–38.

Rost, L. (1976), Judaism outside the Hebrew Canon. An Introduction to the Documents (Nashville, Tenn.: Parthenon), 69–75.

46. Additions to Daniel

Collins, J. J. (1993), Daniel, Hermeneia (Minneapolis: Fortress).

Glancy, J. A. (1995), ‘The Accused: Susanna and her Readers’, in A. Brenner (ed.), A Feminist Companion to Esther, Judith and Susanna, Feminist Companion to the Bible 7 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press), 288–302.

Moore, C. A. (1977), Daniel, Esther, and Jeremiah: The Additions, AB 44 (Garden City: Doubleday).

Steussy, M. J. (1993), Gardens in Babylon: Narrative and Faith in the Greek Legends of Daniel, SBLDS 141 (Atlanta: Scholars Press).

47. 1 Maccabees

Osterley, W. O. E. (1913), ‘1 Maccabees’, in R. H. Charles (ed.), The Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of the OT (Oxford: Clarendon), 59–124.

Tedesche, S., and Zeitlin, S. (1950), The First Book of Maccabees (New York: Harper).

48. 2 Maccabees

Bar-Kochva, B. (1988), Judas Maccabeus (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Bickerman, E. (1979), The God of the Maccabees. Studies on the Meaning and Origin of the Maccabean Revolt, SJLA 32 (Leiden: Brill).

Doran, R. (1981), Temple Propaganda. The Purpose and Character of 2 Maccabees (Washington, DC: Catholic Biblical Association).

Geller, M. J. (1991), ‘New Information on Antiochus IV from Babylonian Astronomical Diaries’, BOA 54: 1–4.

Goldstein, J. A. (1983), 2 Maccabees, Anchor Bible 41a (Garden City, NY: Doubleday).

Grabbe, L. L. (1992), Judaism from Cyrus to Hadrian (2 vols.; Minneapolis: Fortress).

Gruen, E. S. (1984), The Hellenistic World and the Coming of Rome (Berkeley: University of California Press).

Habicht, C. (1976), ‘Royal Documents in Maccaabees II’, HSCP 80: 1–18.

Habicht, C. (1976), 2 Makkabäerbuch, JSHRZ 1/3 (Gütersloh: G. John).

Harrington, D. J. (1988), The Maccabean Revolt: Anatomy of a Biblical Revolution (Wilmington, Del.: Michael Glazier).

Momigliano, A. (1975), ‘The Second Book of Maccabees’, in Classical Philology 70, 81–88.

Schürer, E. (1973–87), The History of the Jewish People in the Age of Jesus Christ (175 B.C.–A.D. 135). Revised by G. Vermes, F. Millar, and M. Goodman (3 vols.; Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Sievers, J. (1991), The Hasmoneans and their Supporters: From Mattathias to the Death of John Hyrcanus (Atlanta: Scholars Press).

Tcherikover, V. (1961), Hellenistic Civilization and the Jews (Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society).

49. 1 Esdras

Cook, S. A. (1913), ‘I Esdras’, in R. H. Charles (ed.), The Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of the Old Testament, I (Oxford: Clarendon), 1–58.

Eskenazi, T. C. (1986), ‘The Chronicler and the Composition of I Esdras’, CBQ 48: 39–66.

Japhet, S. (1982), ‘Sheshbazzar and Zerubbabel against the background of the Historical and Religious Tendencies of Ezra Nehemiah’, ZAW 94: 66–98; (1983) 95: 218–29.

——  (1994), ‘Composition and Chronology in the Book of Ezra-Nehemiah’, in T. C. Eskenazi and K. H. Richards (eds.), Second Temple Studies 2, JSOTSup 175 (Sheffield: JSOT), 189–216.

Myers, J. M. (1974), I and II Esdras, AB (New York: Doubleday).

Williamson, H. G. M. (1996), ‘The Problem with First Esdras’, in J. Barton and J. Reimer (eds.), After the Exile: Essays in Honour of Rex Mason (Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press), 201–16.

50. Prayer of Manasseh

Charlesworth, J. H. (1983–1985), ‘Prayer of Manasseh’, in J. H. Charlesworth (ed.), The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha (2 vols.; Garden City: Doubleday), ii. 625–33.

Ryle, H. E. (1912), ‘Prayer of Manasses,’ in R. H. Charles (ed.), The Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of the Old Testament (2 vols.; Oxford: Clarendon), i. 612–24.

Schuller, E. M. (1986), Non-Canonical Psalms from Qumran: A Pseude-pigraphic Collection, HSS 28 (Atlanta: Scholars Press).

51. Psalm 151

Charlesworth, J. H., and Sanders, J. A. (1985), ‘Psalm 151’, in J. H. Charlesworth (ed.), The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha II (Garden City, NY: Doubleday), 612–15.

Harrington, D. J. (1988), ‘Psalm 151’, in J. L. Mays (ed.), Harper's Bible Commentary (San Francisco: Harper & Row), 935–6.

Sanders, J. A. (1965), The Psalms Scroll of Qumran Cave 11, 11Qps (Oxford: Clarendon Press).

——  (1967), The Dead Sea Psalms Scroll (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press).

52. 3 Maccabees

Anderson, H. (1985), ‘3 Maccabees’, in J. Charlesworth (ed.), The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha (Garden City, NY: Doubleday), ii, 509–30.

Barclay, J. (1996), Jews in the Mediterranean Diaspora (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark), 192–203.

Collins, J. J. (1983), Between Athens and Jerusalem: Jewish Identity in the Hellenistic Diaspora (New York: Crossroad), 104–11.

Hadas, M. (1953), The Third and Fourth Books of Maccabees (New York: Harper).

Schürer, E. (1987), in G. Vermes et al. (eds.), (rev.) The History of the Jewish People in the Age of Jesus Christ, (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark), Vol. III. 1, 537–42.

Tcherikover, V. (1961), ‘The Third Book of Maccabees as a Historical Source of Augustus' Time’, in Scripta Hierosolymitana (Jerusalem: Magnes) VII, 1–26.

53. 2 Esdras

Bergren, T. A. (1990), Fifth Ezra: The Text, Origin and Early History, Septuagint and Cognate Studies 25 (Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press).

Box, G. H. (1912), The Ezra Apocalypse (London: Isaac Pitman & Sons).

Coggins, R. J., and Knibb, M. A. (1979), The First and Second Books of Esdras, The Cambridge Bible Commentary on the NEB (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Grabbe, L. L. (1989), ‘The Social Setting of Early Jewish Apocalypticism’, JSP 4: 27–47.

Longenecker, B. W. (1995), 2 Esdras (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Myers, J. M. (1974), I and II Esdras, AB 42 (New York: Doubleday).

Stanton, G. N. (1977), ‘5 Ezra and Matthean Christianity in the Second Century’, JTS 28: 67–83.

Stone, M. E. (1976), ‘List of Revealed Things in the Apocalyptic Literature’, in F. M. Cross et al. (eds.), Magnalia Dei (G. E. Wright Memorial) (New York: Doubleday), 414–54. Also in Stone (1991: 370–418).

——  (1983), ‘Coherence and Inconsistency in the Apocalypses: The Case of “The End” in 4 Ezra’, JBL 102: 229–43. Also in Stone (1991: 333–47).

——  (1990), Fourth Ezra, Hermeneia—A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible (Minneapolis: Fortress).

——  (1991), Selected Studies in Pseudepigrapha and Apocrypha, SVTP (Leiden: Brill).

Thompson, A. L. (1977), Responsibility for Evil in the Theodicy of IV Ezra, SBL DS 29 (Missoula, Mont.: Scholars Press).

54. 4 Maccabees

DeSilva, D. A. (1999), 4 Maccabees (Sheffield: Sheffield University Press).

Hadas, M. (1954), The Third and Fourth Books of Maccabees (New York: Harper).

Renehan, R. (1972), ‘The Greek Philosophic Background of Fourth Maccabees’, Rheinisches Museum 115: 223–38.

Seeley, D. S. (1990), The Noble Death (Sheffield: Sheffield University Press).

55. Essay with Commentary on Post-Biblical Jewish Literature

Charles, R. H. (ed.) (1913), The Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of the Old Testament (2 vols.; Oxford: Clarendon).

Charlesworth, J. H., (ed.) (1983–5), The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha (2 vols.; New York: Doubleday).

Colson, F. H., and Whitaker, G. H. (1971), Philo (12 vols; Cambridge, Mass./London: Yale University Press).

Garcia-Martinez, F. (1996), The Dead Sea Scrolls Translated, 2nd edn. (Leiden: Brill).

——  and Tigchelaar, E. J. C. (1997), The Dead Sea Scrolls Study Edition (2 vols.; Leiden: Brill).

Sparks, H. F. D. (ed.) (1984), The Apocryphal Old Testament (Oxford: Clarendon).

Stemberger, G. (1996), Introduction to the Talmud and Midrash, 2nd edn. (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Thackeray, St. H., Marcus, R., Wikgren, A., and Feldman, L. H. (1965), Josephus (9 vols.; Cambridge, Mass./London: Loeb Classical Library).

Vermes, G. (1997), The Complete Dead Sea Scrolls in English (London: Allen Lane/Penguin).

——  (1999), An Introduction to the Dead Sea Scrolls (London: Penguin).

Yonge, C. D. (1993), The Works of Philo: Complete and Unabridged, new updated edn. (Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson).

History and Theology, New Testament a) Introductions to the NT

Brown, R. E. (1997), An Introduction to the New Testament (New York: Doubleday).

Johnson, L. T. (1999), The Writings of the New Testament, rev. edn. (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Koester, H., Introduction to the New Testament (2 vols.; Philadelphia: Fortress, 1982; vol. 1, 2nd edn.; New York: de Gruyter, 1995).

Kümmel, W. G. (1986), Introduction to the New Testament, rev. enlarged edn. (Nashville: Abingdon).

b) Background to the NT

Barrett, C. K. (1987), The New Testament Background, rev. edn. (New York: Harper Collins).

Evans, C. A., and Porter, S. E. (2000), Dictionary of New Testament Background (Downers Grove: Inter Varsity Press).

Ferguson, E. (1993), Background of Early Christianity, 2nd edn. (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Hengel, M. (1974), Judaism and Hellenism (London: SCM).

Schürer, E. (1973–87), in F. Millar, G. Vermès and M. Goodman (eds.), The History of the Jewish People in the Age of Jesus Christ, rev. edn. (4 vols; Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

c) The Historical Jesus

Allison, D. C. (1998), Jesus of Nazareth: Millenarian Prophet (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Becker, J. (1998), Jesus of Nazareth (trans. J. E. Couch, New York: de Gruyter).

Crossan, J. D. (1991), The Historical Jesus: The Life of a Mediterranean Jewish Peasant (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Horsley, R. A. (1994), Sociology and the Jesus Movement, 2nd edn. (New York: Continuum).

Meier, J. P. (1991, 1994), A Marginal Jew: Rethinking the Historical Jesus (2 vols.; New York: Doubleday).

Schweitzer, A. (2000), The Quest of the Historical Jesus (first complete English edition from 1913 German edition; London: SCM).

Theissen, G., and Merz, A. (1998), The Historical Jesus: A Comprehensive Guide (trans. J. Bowden, London: SCM).

d) NT Christology

Brown, R. E. (1994), An Introduction to New Testament Christology (London: Geoffrey Chapman).

Cullmann, O. (1963), The Christology of the New Testament, 2nd edn. London: SCM).

Dunn, J. D. G. (1996), Christology in the Making, 2nd edn. (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Loader, W. R. G. (1989), The Christology of the Fourth Gospel, BET 23 (Frankfurt: Peter Lang).

Marshall, I. H. (1990), The Origins of New Testament Christology, updated edn. (Leicester: Apollos).

Moule, C. F. D. (1977), The Origin of Christology (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Tuckett, C. M., and Horrell, D. G. (eds.) (2000), Christology, Controversy and Community: New Testament Essays in Honour of David R. Catchpole, NovTSup 99 (Leiden: Brill).

e) Theology of the NT

Bultmann, R. (1952, 1955) Theology of the New Testament (2 vols.; London: SCM).

Caird, G. B. (1994), in L. D. Hurst (ed.), New Testament Theology (Oxford: Clarendon).

Conzelmann, H. (1969), An Outline of the Theology of the New Testament (London: SCM).

Jeremias, J. (1971), New Testament Theology: The Proclamation of Jesus (London: SCM).

Kümmel, W. G. (1973), The Theology of the New Testament: according to its Major Witnesses, Jesus, Paul and John (London: SCM).

Schmithals, W. (1997), The Theology of the First Christians (Philadelphia: Westminster/John Knox).

Strecker, G. (2000), Theology of the New Testament (Philadelphia: Westminster/John Knox).

f) Dictionaries of the NT

Balz, H., and Schneider, G. (eds.) (1990–3), Exegetical Dictionary of the New Testament (3 vols.; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Freedman, D. N. (ed.), (1992), Anchor Bible Dictionary (6 vols.; New York: Doubleday).

Green, J. B., et al. (eds.) (1992), Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels (Downers Grove: Inter Varsity Press).

Hawthorne, G. F., et al. (eds.) (1993), Dictionary of Paul and His Letters (Downers Grove: Inter Varsity Press).

Kittel, G. (ed.) (1965–76), Theological Dictionary of the New Testament (10 vols.; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Martin, R. P., and Davids, P. H. (eds.) (1997), Dictionary of the Later New Testament and its Developments (Downers Grove: Inter Varsity Press).

56. Introduction to the New Testament

Beker, J. C. (1994), The New Testament. A Thematic Introduction (Minneapolis: Fortress).

Conzelmann, H., and Lindemann, A. (1988), Interpreting the New Testament (Peabody: Hendrickson, from the 8th German edn.).

Davies, W. D. (1993), Invitation to the New Testament (Sheffield: JSOT, reprint).

Houlden, J. L. (1977), Patterns of Faith: a Study of the Relationship between the New Testament and Christian Doctrine (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Moule, C. F. D. (1981), The Birth of the New Testament, 3rd. edn. (London: A. & C. Black).

Perrin, N., and Duling, D. C. (1994), The New Testament: An Introduction, 3rd. edn. (Fort Worth: Harcourt Brace).

Stott, J. R. W. (1995), Men with a Message: An Introduction to the New Testament, rev. edn. (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

57. Matthew

Allison, D. C. (1993), The New Moses: A Matthean Typology (Minneapolis: Fortress).

Balch, D. L. (ed.) (1991), Social History of the Matthean Community (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Bornkamm, G., et al. (1963), Tradition and Interpretation in Matthew (London: SCM).

Davies, W. D., and Allison, D. C. (1988, 1991, 1998), The Gospel according to St. Matthew, ICC (3 vols.; Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Gundry, R. H. (1994), Matthew: A Commentary on his Handbook for a Mixed Church under Persecution, 2nd edn. Grand Rapids:) Eerdmans).

Hagner, D. A. (1993, 1995), Matthew, WBC (2 vols.; Dallas: Word).

Harrington, D. J. (1991), The Gospel of Matthew, Sacra Pagina (Collegeville: Liturgical).

Luz, U. (1995), The Theology of the Gospel of Matthew (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

——  (1991, 2000) Matthew 1–7; 8–20 (2 vols.; Minneapolis: Fortress).

Meier, J. P. (1976), Law and History in Matthew's Gospel, AnBib 71 (Rome: PBI).

Overman, J. A. (1990), Matthew's Gospel and Formative Judaism (Minneapolis: Fortress).

Saldarini A. J. (1994), Matthew's Christian-Jewish Community (Chicago: University of Chicago Press).

Stanton, G. N. (1992), A Gospel for a New People: Studies in Matthew (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Wainwright, E. M. (1991), Towards a Feminist Critical Reading of the Gospel According to Matthew, BZNW 60 (Berlin: de Gruyter).

58. Mark

Best, E. (1983), Mark: The Gospel as Story (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Guelich R. A. (1989), Mark 1–8: 26, WBC (Waco: Word).

Gundry, R. H. (1992), Mark: A Commentary on His Apology for the Cross (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Hooker, M. D. (1991), The Gospel according to St. Mark (London: A. & C. Black).

Lane, W. L. (1974), The Gospel of Mark, NICNT (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Marcus, J. (1999), Mark 1–8, Anchor Bible (New York: Doubleday).

Martin, R. P. (1972), Mark—Evangelist and Theologian (Exeter: Paternoster).

Marxsen, W. (1969), Mark the Evangelist (Nashville: Abingdon).

Myers, C. (1988), Binding the Strong Man: A Political Reading of Mark's Story of Jesus (Maryknoll: Orbis).

Räisänen, H. (1990), The ‘Messianic Secret’ in Mark's Gospel (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Rhoads, D., and Michie, D. (1982), Mark as Story (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Telford, W. R. (1999), The Theology of the Gospel of Mark (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Tuckett, C. M. (ed.), (1983), The Messianic Secret (London: SPCK).

Weeden, T. J. (1971), Mark—Traditions in Conflict (Philadelphia: Fortress).

59. Luke

Conzelmann, H. (1960), The Theology of St. Luke (New York: Harper).

Evans, C. F. (1990), Saint Luke, TPI NT Commentaries (London: SCM).

Fitzmyer, J. A. (1981, 1985), The Gospel according to Luke, Anchor Bible (2 vols.; New York: Doubleday).

Franklin, E. (1975), Christ the Lord: A Study in the Purpose and Theology of Luke-Acts (Philadelphia: Westminster).

Green, J. B. (1997), The Gospel of Luke (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

——  (1997), The Theology of the Gospel of Luke (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Johnson, L. T. (1991), The Gospel of Luke, Sacra Pagina (Collegeville: Liturgical).

Maddox, R. (1982), The Purpose of Luke-Acts (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Marshall, I. H. (1978), The Gospel of Luke: a Commentary on the Greek text (Exeter: Paternoster).

Neyrey, J. H. (1991), The Social-World of Luke-Acts (Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson).

Nolland, J. (1989–93), Luke, WBC, (3 vols.; Dallas: Word).

Tuckett, C. M. (1996), Luke, Sheffield NT Guides (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

60. John

Ashton, J. (1991), Understanding the Fourth Gospel (Oxford: Clarendon).

——  (ed.) (1986), The Interpretation of John (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Beasley-Murray, G. R. (1999), John, WBC, 2nd edn. (Dallas: Word).

Brown, R. E. (1996, 1970) The Gospel according to John, Anchor Bible (2 vols.; New York: Doubleday).

——  (1979), The Community of the Beloved Disciple (New York: Paulist).

Bultmann, R. (1971), The Gospel of John (Oxford: Blackwell).

Culpepper, R. A. (1983), Anatomy of the Fourth Gospel. A Study in Literary Design (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Dodd, C. H. (1953), The Interpretation of the Fourth Gospel (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

——  (1963), Historical Tradition in the Fourth Gospel (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Kieffer, R. (1987–8), Johannesevangeliet (2 vols.; Uppsala: EFS).

Maloney, F. J. (1998), The Gospel of John, Sacra Pagina (Collegeville: Liturgical).

Martyn, J. L. (1979), History and Theology in the Fourth Gospel, 2nd. edn. (Nashville: Abingdon).

Painter, J. (1993), The Quest for the Messiah: The History, Literature and Theology of the Johannine Community, 2nd edn. (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Schnackenburg, R. (1968, 1980, 1982), The Gospel according to St John (3 vols.; New York: Herder & Herder/Crossroad).

Smith, D. M. (1984), Johannine Christianity: Essays on Its Setting, Sources and Theology (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press).

Stibbe, M. W. G. (1993), John, Sheffield NT Guides (Sheffield: JSOT).

61. Four Gospels in Synopsis

Catchpole, D. R. (1993), The Quest for Q (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Goulder, M. D. (1974), Midrash and Lection in Matthew (London: SPCK).

——  (1989), Luke—A New Paradigm (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Farmer, W. R. (1976), The Synoptic Problem, 2nd edn. (Dillsboro: Western North Carolina).

Kloppenborg, J. S. (1987), The Formation of Q (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Kloppenborg-Verbin, J. S. (2000), Excavating Q: The History and the Setting of the Saying Source (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Sanders, E. P., and Davies, M. D. (1989), Studying the Synoptic Gospels (London: SCM).

Streeter, B. H. (1924), The Four Gospels (London: Macmillan).

Robinson, J. M., et al. (eds.) (2000), Critical Edition of Q, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Tuckett, C. M. (1982), The Revival of the Griesbach Hypothesis, SNTSMS 44 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

——  (1996), Q and the History of Early Christianity (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

62. Acts

Barrett, C. K. (1994, 1998) Acts of the Apostles, ICC (2 vols.; Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Bruce, F. F. (1990), The Book of Acts, rev. edn., NICNT (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Cadbury, H. J. (1955), The Book of Acts in History (New York: Harper).

Conzelmann, H. (1987), Acts of the Apostles, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Fitzmyer, J. A. (1998), Acts of the Apostles, Anchor Bible (New York: Doubleday).

Foakes Jackson, F. J., and Lake, K. (eds.) (1920–33), The Beginnings of Christianity: The Acts of the Apostles (5 vols.; London: Macmillan).

Haenchen, E. (1971), The Acts of the Apostles (Oxford: Blackwell).

Hemmer, C. (1989), The Book of Acts in the Setting of Hellenistic History, WUNT 49 (Tübingen: Mohr-Siebeck).

Hengel, M. (1979), Acts and the History of Earliest Christianity (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Johnson, L. T. (1992), Acts of the Apostles, Sacra Pagina (Collegeville: Liturgical).

Lentz, J. C. Jr. (1993), Luke's Portrait of Paul, SNTSMS 77 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Lüdemann, G. (1989), Early Christianity according to the Traditions in Acts (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Winter, B. W. et al. (eds.) (1993–7), The Book of Acts in its First Century Setting (6 vols.; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

63. Introduction to the Pauline Corpus

Ashton, J. (2000), The Religion of Paul the Apostle (New Haven: Yale University Press).

Beker, C. (1980), Paul the Apostle: The Triumph of God in Life and Thought (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Bruce, F. F. (1977), Paul: Apostle of the Heart Set Free (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Donaldson, T. L. (1997), Paul and the Gentiles: Remapping the Apostle's Convictional World (Minneapolis: Fortress).

Dunn, J. D. G. (1998), The Theology of Paul the Apostle (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Engberg-Pedersen, T. (2000), Paul and the Stoics (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Hengel, M. (1991), The pre-Christian Paul (London: SCM).

Lüdemann, G. (1984), Paul Apostle to the Gentiles: Studies in Chronology (London: SCM).

Murphy-O'Connor, J. (1996), Paul: A Critical Life (Oxford: Clarendon).

Riesner, R. (1998), Paul's Early Period: Chronology, Mission, Strategy, Theology (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Sanders, E. P. (1977), Paul and Palestinian Judaism: A Comparison of Patterns of Religion (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Schweitzer, A. (1931), The Mysticism of Paul the Apostle (London: A. & C. Black).

Segal, A. F. (1990), Paul the Convert: The Apostolate and Apostasy of Saul the Pharisee (New Haven: Yale University Press).

64. Romans

Barrett, C. K. (1957), A Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans, BNTC (London: A. & C. Black).

Barth, K. (1933), The Epistle to the Romans (London: Oxford University Press).

Byrne, B. (1996), Romans, Sacra Pagina (Collegeville: Liturgical).

Cranfield, C. E. B. (1975, 1979), Romans, ICC (2 vols.; Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

——  (1998), On Romans and Other New Testament Essays (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Donfried, K. P. (ed.) (1991), The Romans Debate, rev. edn. (Peabody: Hendrickson).

Dunn, J. D. G. (1988), Romans, WBC (2 vols.; Dallas: Word).

Fitzmyer, J. A. (1993), Romans, Anchor Bible (New York: Doubleday).

Hay, D. M., and Johnson, E. E., (eds.), (1995), Pauline Theology, vol. 3 Romans (Minneapolis: Fortress).

Moo, D. J. (1996), The Epistle to the Romans, NICNT (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Sanday, W., and Headlam, A. C. (1902), Romans, ICC (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Stowers, S. K. (1994), A Rereading of Romans (New Haven: Yale University Press).

Wedderburn, A. J. M. (1988), The Reason for Romans, SNTW (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

65. 1 Corinthians

Barrett, C. K. (1971), A Commentary on the First Epistle to the Corinthians, BNTC (London: A. & C. Black).

Chow, J. K. (1992), Patronage and Power: A Study of Social Networks in Corinth, JSNTSup 75 (Sheffield: JSOT).

Clark, A. D. (1993), Secular and Christian Leadership in Corinth: A Socio-Historical and Exegetical Study of 1 Corinthians 1–6 (Leiden: Brill).

Collins, R. F. (1999), First Corinthians, Sacra Pagina (Collegeville: Liturgical).

Conzelmann, H. (1987), 1 Corinthians, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Fee, G. D. (1987), The First Epistle to the Corinthians, NICNT (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Hurd, J. C. (1983), The Origin of 1 Corinthians, 2nd edn. (Macon, Ga.: Mercer).

Martin, D. B. (1995), The Corinthian Body (New Haven, Yale University Press).

Meggitt, J. J. (1998), Paul, Poverty and Survival (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Mitchell, M. M. (1991), Paul and the Rhetoric of Reconciliation (Tübingen: Mohr-Siebeck).

Theissen, G. (1982), The Social Setting of Pauline Christianity: Essays on Corinth (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Thiselton, A. C. (2000), The First Epistle to the Corinthians, NIGTC (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Wire, A. (1990), The Corinthian Women Prophets (Minneapolis: Fortress).

66. 2 Corinthians

Barnett, P. (1997), The Second Epistle to the Corinthians, NICNT (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Barrett, C. K. (1973), A Commentary on the Second Epistle to the Corinthians, BNTC (London: A. & C. Black).

Betz, H. D. (1985), 2 Corinthians 8 and 9: A Commentary on Two Administrative Letters of the Apostle Paul, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Crafton, J. A. (1991), The Agency of the Apostle: A Dramatistic Analysis of Paul's Response to Conflict in 2 Corinthians, JSNTSup 51 (Sheffield: JSOT).

Furnish V. P. (1988), II Corinthians, Anchor Bible (New York: Doubleday).

Georgi, D. (1986), The Opponents of Paul in Second Corinthians (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Lambrecht, J. (1999), Second Corinthians, Sacra Pagina (Collegeville: Liturgical).

McCant, V. W. (1999), 2 Corinthians (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Martin, R. P. (1986), 2 Corinthians, WBC (Dallas: Word).

Murphy-O'Connor, J. (1991), The Theology of the Second Letter to the Corinthians (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Sumney, J. L. (1991), Identifying Paul's Opponents: The Question of Method in 2 Corinthians, JSNTSup 40 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Thrall, M. E. (1994, 2000), The Second Epistle to the Corinthians, ICC (2 vols.; Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

67. Galatians

Barclay, J. M. G. (1988), Obeying the Truth: A Study of Paul's Ethics in Galatians (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Betz, H. D. (1979), Galatians: A Commentary on Paul's Letter to the Churches in Galatia, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Bruce, F. F. (1982), The Epistle to the Galatians, NIGTC (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Dunn, J. D. G. (1993), The Epistle to the Galatians (London: A. & C. Black).

——  (1993), The Theology of Paul's Letter to the Galatians (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Hansen, G. (1989), Abraham in Galations—Epistolary and Rhetorical Contexts, JSNTSup 29 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Hays, R. B. (1983), The Faith of Jesus Christ: An Investigation of the Narrative Substructure of Galatians 3: 1–4: 11, SBLDS 56 (Chico, Calif.: Scholars Press).

Kern, P. H. (1998), Rhetoric and Galatians, SNTSMS 101: (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Longenecker, B. W. (1998), The Triumph of Abraham's God. The Transformation of Identity in Galatians (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Longenecker, R. N. (1990), Galatians, WBC (Dallas: Word).

Lührmann, D. (1992), Galatians: A Continental Commentary (Minneapolis: Fortress).

Martyn, J. L. (1997), Galatians, Anchor Bible (New York: Doubleday).

Matera, F. J. (1992), Galatians, Sacra Pagina (Collegeville: Liturgical).

68. Ephesians

Barth, M. (1974), Ephesians, Anchor Bible (2 vols; New York: Doubleday).

Best, E. (1998), Ephesians, ICC (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Goodspeed, E. J. (1933), The Meaning of Ephesians (Chicago: University of Chicago Press).

Kirby, J. C. (1968), Ephesians, Baptism and Pentecost (Montreal: McGill University Press).

Koester, H. (ed.) (1995), Ephesos—Metropolis of Asia (Valley Forge, Pa.: TPI).

Lincoln, A. T. (1990), Ephesians, WBC (Dallas: Word).

——  and Wedderburn, A. J. M. (1993), The Theology of the Later Pauline Letters (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Mitton, C. L. (1951), The Epistle to the Ephesians (Oxford: Clarendon).

Muddiman, J. (2001), The Epistle to the Ephesians, CNTC (London & New York: Continuum).

O'Brien, P. T. (1999), The Letter to the Ephesians, PNTC (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Schnackenberg, R. (1991), The Epistle to the Ephesians (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

van Roon, A. (1974), The Authenticity of Ephesians, NovTSup 39 (Leiden: Brill).

69. Philippians

Beare, F. W. (1973), The Epistle to the Philippians, 3rd edn. (London: A. & C. Black).

Bockmuehl, M. (1998), The Epistle to the Philippians (London: A. & C. Black).

Boomquist, L. G. (1993), The Function of Suffering in Philippians, JSNTSup 78 (Sheffield: JSOT).

Fee, G. D. (1995), The Epistle of Paul to the Philippians, NICNT (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Hawthorne, G. F. (1983), Philippians, WBC (Dallas: Word).

Martin, R. P. (1983), Carmen Christi: Philippians 2:5–11 in Recent Interpretation and in the Setting of Early Christian Worship, 2nd edn. (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

——  and Dodd, B. J. (eds.) (1998), Where Christology Began: Essays on Philippians 2 (Philadelphia: Westminster/John Knox).

O'Brien, P. T. (1991), Philippians, NIGTC (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Peterlin, D. (1995), Paul's Letter to the Philippians in the Light of Disunity in the Church, NovTSup 79 (Leiden: Brill).

70. Colossians

Arnold, C. E. (1996), The Colossian Syncretism (Grand Rapids: Baker).

Barth, M., and Blanke, H. (1994), Colossians, Anchor Bible (New York: Doubleday).

DeMaris, R. E. (1994), The Colossian Controversy, JSNTSup 96 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Dunn, J. D. G. (1996), The Epistles to the Colossians and to Philemon, NIGTC (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Francis, F. O., and Meeks, W. A. (eds.), Conflict at Colassae, SBLSBS 4 (Missoula: Scholar's Press).

Lohse, E. (1971), Colossians and Philemon, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress).

MacDonald, M. Y. (2000), Colossians and Ephesians, Sacra Pagina (Collegeville: Liturgical).

Martin, T. W. (1996), By Philosophy and Empty Deceit. Colossians as Response to a Cynic Critique, JSNTSup 118 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

O'Brien, P. T. (1982), Colossians and Philemon, WBC (Dallas: Word).

Porkorný, P. (1991), Colossians. A Commentary (Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson).

71. 1 Thessalonians

Best, E. (1972), The First and Second Epistles to the Thessalonians (London: A. & C. Black).

Bruce, F. F. (1982), 1 and 2 Thessalonians, WBC (Dallas: Word).

Collins, R. F. (1984), Studies on the First Letter to the Thessalonians, BETL 66 (Leuven: Peeters).

——  (1990), The Thessalonian Correspondence (Leuven: Leuven University Press).

Donfried, K. P., and Beutler, J. (2000), The Thessalonians Debate: Methodological Discord or Methodological Synthesis? (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Jewett, R. (1986), The Thessalonian Correspondence: Pauline Rhetoric and Millenarian Piety (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Malherbe, A. J. (1987), Paul and the Thessalonians: The Philosophic Tradition of Pastoral Care (Philadelphia: Fortress).

——  (2000), The Letters to the Thessalonians, Anchor Bible (New York: Doubleday).

Richards, E. J. (1995), First and Second Thessalonians, Sacra Pagina (Collegeville: Liturgical).

Smith, A. (1995), Comfort One Another: Reconstructing the Rhetoric and Audience of 1 Thessalonians (Louisville: Westminster/John Knox).

Wanamaker, C. A. (1990), The Epistles to the Thessalonians, NIGTC (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

72. 2 Thessalonians

Giblin, C. H. (1967), The Threat to the Faith. An Exegetical and Theological Re-Examination of 2 Thessalonians, AnBib 31 (Rome: PBI).

Holland, G. S. (1988), The Tradition that You Received from Us: 2 Thessalonians in the Pauline Tradition, HUT (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck).

Hughes, F. W. (1989), Early Christian Rhetoric and 2 Thessalonians, JSNTSup 30 (Sheffield: JSOT).

Meade, D. G. (1986), Pseudonymity and Canon: An Investigation into the Relationship of Authorship and Authority in Jewish and Early Christian Tradition, WUNT 39. (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck)

73. Pastoral Epistles

Dibelius, M., and Conzelmann, H. (1972), The Pastoral Epistles, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Donalson, L. R. (1986), Pseudepigraphy and Ethical Argument in the Pastoral Epistles (Tübingen: Mohr-Siebeck).

Harrison, P. N. (1921), The Problem of the Pastoral Epistle (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Kelly, J. N. D. (1960), The Pastoral Epistles (London: A. & C. Black).

MacDonald, D. R. (1983), The Legend of the Apostle: The Battle for Paul in Story and Canon (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Marshall, I. H. (1998), The Pastoral Epistles, ICC (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Miller, J. D. (1997), The Pastoral Letters as Composite Documents (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Mounce, W. D. (1999), The Pastoral Epistles, WBC (Dallas: Word).

Quinn, J. D. (1990), Titus, Anchor Bible (New York: Doubleday).

——  and Wacker, W. C. (2000), The First and Second Letters to Timothy, Eerdmans Critical Commentary (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Young, F. (1994), The Theology of the Pastoral Letters (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

74. Philemon

Barth, M., and Blanke, H. (2000), The Letter to Philemon, Eerdmans Critical Commentary (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Burthchaell, J. T. (1973), Philemon's Problem (Chicago: ACTA Foundation).

Fitzmyer, J. A. (2001), The Letter to Philemon, Anchor Bible (New York: Doubleday).

Martin, D. B. (1990), Slavery as Salvation: The Metaphor of Slavery in Pauline Christianity (New Haven: Yale University Press).

Petersen, N. R. (1985), Rediscovering Paul: Philemon and the Sociology of Paul's Narrative World (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Sampley, J. P. (1980), Pauline Partnership in Christ: Christian Community and Commitment in Light of Roman Law (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Wansink, C. S. (1996), ‘Chained in Christ’: The Experience and Rhetoric of Paul's Imprisonments, JSNTSup 130 (Sheffield: JSOT).

75. Hebrews

Attridge, H. W. (1989), Hebrews, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Ellingworth, P. (1993), Hebrews, NIGTC (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Dunnill, J. (1992), Covenant and Sacrifice in the Letter to the Hebrews, SNTSMS 71 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Hurst, D. (1990), The Epistle to the Hebrews: Its Background of Thought, SNTSMS 65 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Isaacs, M. E. (1992), Sacred Space: An Approach to the Theology of the Epistle to the Hebrews, JSNTSup 73 (Sheffield: JSOT).

Kistemaker, S. J. (1961), The Psalm Citations in the Epistle to the Hebrews (Amsterdam: Soest).

Lane, W. L. (1991), Hebrews, WBC (2 vols.; Dallas: Word).

Lindars, B. (1991), The Theology of the Letter to the Hebrews (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Moffatt, J. (1924), Hebrews, ICC (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Montefiore, H. W. (1964), Hebrews (London: A. & C. Black).

Peterson, D. (1982), Hebrews and Perfection, SNTSMS 47 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

76. James

Adamson, J. B. (1976), The Epistle of James, NICNT (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

——  (1989), James: The Man and His Message (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Baker, W. R. (1995), Personal Speech-Ethics in the Epistle of James, WUNT 2.68 (Tübingen: Mohr-Siebeck).

Bauckham, R. J. (1999), James: Wisdom of James, Disciple of Jesus the Sage, NTR (London: Routledge).

Chester, A., and Martin, R. P. (1994), The Theology of the Letters of James, Peter and Jude (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Davids, P. H. (1982), The Epistle of James, NIGTC (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Edgar, D. (2001), Has God Not Chosen the Poor? The Social Setting of the Epistle of James, JSNTSup 206 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Johnson, L. T. (1995), The Letter of James, Anchor Bible (New York: Doubleday).

Laws, S. (1980), The Epistle of James (London: A. & C. Black).

Martin, R. P. (1988), James, WBC (Dallas: Word).

Painter, J. (1997), Just James. The Brother of Jesus in History and Tradition (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press).

Penner, T. C. (1996), The Epistle of James and Eschatology, JSNTSup 121 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

77. 1 Peter

Achtemeier, P. J. (1996), 1 Peter, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Balch, D. L. (1981), Let Wives Be Submissive: The Domestic Code in 1 Peter, SBLMS 26 (Chico: Scholars Press).

Elliott, J. H. (1982), A Home for the Homeless (London: SCM).

——  (2001), 1 Peter, Anchor Bible (New York: Doubleday).

Goppelt, L. (1993), A Commentary on 1 Peter (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Kelly, J. N. D. (1969), The Epistles of Peter and Jude (London: A. & C. Black).

Michaels, J. R. (1988), 1 Peter, WBC (Dallas: Word).

Selwyn, E. G. (1947), The First Epistle of Peter, 2nd edn. (London: Macmillan).

Talbert, C. H. Perspectives on First Peter (Macon: Mercer University Press).

Thurén, L. (Thurén, L. (1995), Argument and Theology in 1 Peter: The Origins of Christian Paraenesis, JSNTSup 117 (Sheffield: JSOT).

78. 2 Peter

Charles, J. D. (1997), Virtue amidst Vice: The Catalog of Virtues in 2 Peter 1, JSNTSup 150 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Fornberg, T. (1977), An Early Church in a Pluralistic Society: A Study of 2 Peter, CBNTS 9 (Lund: Gleerup).

Knight, J. M. (1995), 2 Peter and Jude, Sheffield NT Guides (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Neyrey, J. H. (1993), 2 Peter, Jude, Anchor Bible (New York: Doubleday).

Robson, E. I. (1915), Studies in the Second Epistle of St. Peter (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Watson, D. F. (1988), Invention, Arrangement and Style: Rhetorical Criticism of Jude and 2 Peter, SBLDS 104 (Atlanta: Scholars Press).

79. 1 John, 2 John, 3 John

Bogart, J. (1977), Orthodox and Heretical Perfectionism in the Johannine Community as Evident in the First Epistle of John, SBLDS 33 (Missoula: Scholars Press).

Brown, R. E. (1979), The Community of the Beloved Disciple (New York: Paulist).

——  (1982), The Epistles of John, Anchor Bible (New York: Doubleday).

Bultmann, R. (1973), The Johannine Epistles, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Edwards, R. B. (1996), The Johannine Epistles, Sheffield NT Guides (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Lieu, J. (1986), The Second and Third Epistles of John (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

——  (1991), The Theology of the Johannine Epistles (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Loader, W. R. G. (1992), The Johannine Epistles, (London: Epworth).

Marshall, I. H. (1978), The Epistles of John, NICNT (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Neufeld, D. (1994), Reconceiving Texts as Speech-Acts. An Analysis of 1 John (Leiden: Brill).

Schnackenburg, R. (1992), The Johannine Epistles (New York: Crossroad).

Smalley, S. S. (1984), 1,2,3 John, WBC (Dallas: Word).

Strecker, G. (1996), The Johannine Letters, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress).

80. Jude

Bauckham, R. J. (1983), Jude, 2 Peter, WBC (Dallas: Word).

——  (1990), Jude and the Relatives of Jesus in the Early Church (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Charles, J. D. (1993), Literary Strategy in the Epistle of Jude (Scranton: Scranton University Press).

Landon, C. (1996), A Text-Critical Study of the Epistle of Jude, JSNTSup 135 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

81. Revelation

Aune, D. E. (1997, 1998), Revelation, WBC (3 vols.; Dallas: Word).

Bauckham, R. J. (1993), The Theology of the Book of Revelation (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

——  (1998), The Climax of Prophecy: Studies on the Book of Revelation (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Beale, G. K. (1998), Revelation, NIGTC (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

——  (1999), John's Use of the Old Testament in Revelation, JSNTSup 166 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Caird, G. B. (1966), The Revelation of St. John (London: A. & C. Black).

Carey, G. (1999), Elusive Apocalypse: Reading Authority in the Revelation to John (Macon, Ga.: Mercer).

Charles, R. H., (1920), The Revelation of St. John, ICC (2 vols.; Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Faley, R. J. (1999), Apocalypse Then and Now: A Companion to the Book of Revelation (New York: Paulist).

Fiorenza, E. J. (1998), The Book of Revelation: Justice and Judgment (Minneapolis: Fortress).

Harrington, W. J. (1993), Revelation, Sacra Pagina (Collegeville: Liturgical).

Hemer, C. J. (1987), The Letters to the Seven Churches in Asia in their Local Setting, JSNTSup 11 (Sheffield: JSOT).

Malina, B. J. (1995), On the Genre and Message of Revelation: Star Visions and Sky Journeys (Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson).

Roloff, J. (1993), The Revelation of John (Minneapolis: Fortress).

Rowland, C. C. (1993), Revelation (London: Epworth).

——  (1998), “Revelation”, in The New Interpreters' Bible, vol. 12 (Nashville: Abingdon).

Smalley, S. S. (1994), Thunder and Love: John's Revelation and John's Community (Milton Keynes: Word).

Sweet, J. P. M. (1979), Revelation (London: SCM).

Yarboro Collins, A. (1976), The Combat Myth in the Book of Revelation (Missoula: Scholars Press).

82. Extra-canonical early Christian literature

Barnard, L. W. (1966), Studies in the Apostolic Fathers and their Background (Oxford: Blackwell).

Carleton, P. J. (1994), The Epistle of Barnabas: Outlook and Background, WUNT 2/64 (Tübingen: Mohr-Siebeck).

Crossan, J. D. (1988), The Cross that Spoke (San Francisco: Harper & Row).

Elliott, J. K. (ed.) (1993), The Apocryphal New Testament: A Collection of Apocryphal Christian Literature in an English Translation (Oxford: Clarendon).

Jefford, C. N. (1996), Reading the Apostolic Fathers (Peabody: Hendrickson).

Koester, H. (1990), Ancient Christian Gospels: Their History and Development (London: SCM).

Lake, K. (1992), The Apostolic Fathers, LCL (2 vols.; London: Heinemann).

Niederwimmer, K. (1998), The Didache, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Osiek, C., (1999) The Shepherd of Hermas, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Patterson, S. J. (1993), The Gospel of Thomas and Jesus (Sonoma, Calif.: Polebridge Press).

Roberts, A., and Donaldson, J. (1985–7), Ante-Nicene Fathers (10 vols.; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

Schaff, P., and Roberts, A. The Early Church Fathers (38 vols.; Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Schneemelcher, W. (ed.) (1991, 1992), The New Testament Apocrypha (2 vols.; Philadelphia: Westminster/John Knox).

Schoedel, W. R. (1986), Ignatius of Antioch, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Uro, R. (1998), Thomas at the Crossroads: Essays on the Gospel of Thomas (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark).

Valantasis, R. (1997), The Gospel of Thomas, NTR (London: Routledge).

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