Monday, 15 November 2010

New Journal Dedicated to Pauline Studies

Fresh news from Michael Bird's blog:

Dear biblioblogosphere, I'm proud to announce the launch of a new journal dedicated to Pauline studies published by Eisenbrauns. It is called Journal for the Study of Paul and His Letters. On the homepage you can find info on subscriptions and submissions. It's edited by myself with Nijay Gupta (see his blog) as the associate editor and we have an international editorial board. The sample issue is available on-line and the inaugural article is by Dr. Susan Grove Eastman (Duke Divinity School) on "Philippians 2:6-11: Incarnation as Mimetic Participation" - quite a treat to read! The next issue of JSPL will include Paul Foster "Eschatology in the Thessalonian Correspondence", Michael Gorman "Justification and Justice", Richard Bell "Paul's Theology of Mind", and a review of Douglas A. Campbell's Deliverance of God by Michael Gorman and Chris Tilling.

See the link for more:

As a side note - and related to Pauline studies, but in this case concerning the (also relatively new) journal from Mohr Siebeck Early Christianity, Simon Gathercole gives a significantly critical review of NT Wright's recent book on Justification. Worth looking into I think...

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