신약성서연구

  1. Ancient Jewish Accounts of Jesus
  2. Biblical and Extrabiblical Sources for Jesus
  3. Borg Discussion Guide
  4. Electronic NT Manuscripts Project
  5. Historical Jesus
  6. Jesus Seminar: Time Article
  7. Noncanonical Homepage
  8. Resource Page for Biblical Studies: Norway
  9. The Philo Concordance
  10. Testimonium Flavianum

신약성서본문비평

  1. The Encyclopedia of New Testament Textual Criticism. Conceived by Rich Elliot of Simon Greenleaf University. The Encyclopedia attempts to cover all aspects of New Testament Textual Criticism in an orderly and fair fashion.
  2. TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism; check this announcement.

헬라어 학습

  1. A simple introduction to Learning New Testament Greek ; A simple primer of New Testament Greek. Go here for the framebased version.
  2. Java and Ancient Greek. This web page presents some preliminary efforts towards using Java to produce a learning environment for Greek students.
  3. Greek Accent Quiz Applet. Learn how to place the accents.
  4. Online Hellenistic Greek Grammar A promising Project, but still in its early stages.
  5. Introduction to Attic Greek: An Electronic Workbook ; only Macintosh machines.
  6. Enchiridion; A User friendly Guide for reading Ancient Greek.
  7. Modern Greek through the Internet
  8. Hebrew, a living language.
  9. Bill Freeman, Learning New Testament Greek
    Lexica from Perseus
    Liddell-Scott-Jones Lexicon of Classical Greek
    Liddell & Scott Intermediate Lexicon of Classical Greek
    Both from the Perseus collection of texts and tools.

영지주의 연구

  1. The Nag Hammadi Library. Search the text of all files in The Nag Hammadi Library section of the Gnostic Society Library for keywords or phrases of interest.
  2. The Gnosis Archive.
  3. Gospel of ThomasA Gospel of Thomas Homepage, by Stevan Davies. It also contains several Thomas related web links.
  4. Old and modern Gnosticism: A somewhat "curious" collection of information about both old and modern gnosticism.


K.C. Hanson, Greco-Roman Studies and the Social-Scientific Study of the Bible: A Classified Periodical Bibliography (1970?994) Published in FORUM 9.1-2 (1994[96]):63-119. (?1996 Reprinted here by permission of the publisher)

K. C. Hanson, The Bibliography of Bruce J. Malina, 1967-1996
Frank Heilingbrunner, Galatians. (45 kb) Galatians Bibliography, 1979-1989, compiled by Frank Heilingbrunner (Copyright, 1992).

Douglas Rayment, Hermeneutics (75 kb) Hermeneutics: Christian Doctrines: Approaches in the Human Sciences, Vol. 2. Copyright (C) 1992 by Douglas Rayment.

Hyeon Sik Hong, New Testament Bibliography, Prepared by Hyeon Sik Hong, Bibliographer, New Testament, Divinity Library, Vanderbilt University. Fall 1993.

Revelation resources; Resources for the study of the Book of Revelation.

공관복음 대조연구

  • The Synoptic Problem. An Introduction to various theories.
  • William R. Farmer, The Present State Of The Synoptic Problem
  • The Two Gospel Hypothesis, by Thomas R.W. Longstaff.
  • The Two Notebook Hypothesis Homepage
  • Jerusalem Perspective Online. A site on the Synoptic Gospels, mainly out from the view of Robert Lindsey.
  • Mahlon H. Smith, The Canonical Status of Q
  • A World Without Q. Mark Goodacre's Synoptic Problem Web Page.
  • Allan J. McNicol, Has Goulder Sunk Q? An Assessment of Mark Goodacre뭩 Goulder and the Gospels: An Examination of a New Paradigm.
  • Nancy R. Heisey, The Current State of Q., from TIC TALK 39, 1997.
  • Eta Linnemann,The Lost Gospel of Q; Fact or Fantasy?. A brief presentation of E.Linnemanns attack on the theory of Q.
  • Bibliography on the Synoptic problem.

    공관복음연구

  • The Gospel of Matthew
  • The Gospel of Mark Homepage A Homepage for the Study of the First Gospel.
  • Kata Markon. The Gospel of Mark Discussion List.
  • The Evangelist Mark.
  • Jeffrey H. Krantz, Crucified Son of Man or Mighty One? Mark's Chiastic Gospel Structure and the question of Jesus' identity
  • Mark Goodacre, Fatigue in the Synoptics
  • Rene Girard, Are the Gospels Mythical?
  • The Gospel of Luke
  • Vernon K. Robbins, From Enthymeme to Theology in Luke 11:1-13." In Literary Studies in Luke-Acts: A Collection of Essays in Honor of Joseph B. Tyson. R. P. Thompson and T. E. Phillips, eds. Macon, GA: Mercer Univ. Press, 1998.
  • Vernon K. Robbins, The Present and Future of Rhetorical Analysis." In The Rhetorical Analysis of Scripture: Essays from the 1995 London Conference, 24-52. S. E. Porter and T. H. Olbricht, eds. Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement Series 146. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1997.
  • David Ulansey, The Heavenly Veil Torn: Mark's Cosmic "Inclusio".Originally published in Journal of Biblical Literature 110:1 (Spring 1991) pp. 123-25.
  • David Seeley, Blessings and Boundaries: Interpretations of Jesus' Death in Q. This article first appeared in Early Christianity, Q and Jesus, Semeia 55 (ed. John S. Kloppenborg; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1991) 131-46.©
  • David Seeley, Jesus' Death in Q. This article first appeared in New Testament Studies 38 (1992) 222-34.©
  • Mark Goodacre, Fatigue in the Synoptics. This article first appeared in New Testament Studies 44 (1998), pp. 45-58.©
  • Austin Farrer, On Dispensing With Q. This article originally appeared in D. E. Nineham (ed.), Studies in the Gospels: Essays in Memory of R. H. Lightfoot(Oxford: Blackwell, 1955), pp. 55-88, 1955 Basil Blackwell.
  • David B. Gowler, Parables and their Social Contexts
  • Sigrid Peterson, Review of C.P.Thiede's article on the Matthew fragments.
  • K.C. Hanson, Transformed on the Mountain Ritual Analysis and the Gospel of Matthew
  • K.C. Hanson, The Galilean Fishing Economy and the Jesus Tradition Published in Biblical Theology Bulletin 27 (1997): 1997 Reprinted here by permission of the publisher).
  • K.C. Hanson, How Honorable! How Shameful! A Cultural Analysis of Matthew's Makarisms and Reproaches
  • David Landau, Ancient Synagogues in the Holy Land - What Synagogues?
  • Greg Herrick, Th.M., The Atonement in Lucan Theology in Recent Discussion
  • Dennis R. MacDonald, Luke's Eutychus and Homer's Elpenor: Acts 20:7-12 and Odyssey 10-12
    Jerome H. Neyrey,"Questions, Chreai, and Challenges to Honor. The Interface of Rhetoric and Culture in Mark's Gospel." Catholic Biblical Quarterly 60 (1998):657-81. Jerome H. Neyrey, "'It Was Out of Envy That They Handed Jesus Over' (Mark 15:10): The Anatomy of Envy and the Gospel of Mark." Journal for the Study of the New Testament 69 (1998):15-56. Jerome H. Neyrey, "A Symbolic Approach to Mark 7." Forum 4,3 (1988):63-91.
  • Jerome H. Neyrey, "Loss of Wealth, Loss of Family and Loss of Honor: A Cultural Interpretation of the Original Four Makarisms." In Modelling Early Christianity: Social-Scientific Studies of the New Testament in Its Context, 139-58. P. F. Esler, ed. London: Routledge, 1995.
  • Jerome H. Neyrey, "Luke's Social Location of Paul: Cultural Anthropology and the Status of Paul in Acts." in History, Literature, and Society in the Book of Acts, 251-79. B. Witherington III. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1996.
  • Jerome H. Neyrey,"Acts 17, Epicureans and Theodicy: A Study in Stereotypes." In Greeks, Romans, and Christians: Essays Honor of Abraham J. Malherbe, 118-34. D. L. Balch and W. A. Meeks. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1990.
  • Sepphoris 94: A report of excavations 14. June-15. July 1994 at Sepphoris, written by James F. Strange.
  • Shikhin Article: The Location and and Identification of Ancient Shikhin (Asochis)," by James F. Strange, Dennis E. Groh and Thomas R.W. Longstaff. A minor revised version of a two part article (to be) published in Israel Exploration Journal (44,1994).

    요한복음 연구

  • Felix Just, Johannine Works on the Web; Johannine Bibliography
  • "Johannine_Literature". Homepage of the Moderated Internet Group for the Academic Discussion of the Fourth Gospel and the Letters of John.
  • "Gospel-of-John". Homepage of the Internet Discussion Group on the Gospel according to John.
  • The Gospel of John
  • Armand J. Gagne Jr. The Fourth Gospel Home Page for Research. During the past forty years, I have maintained a bibliography of Fourth Gospel Books and journal articles. This homepage is dedicated to all those who have an interest in this area of Biblical Studies.
  • Felix Just, Johannine Literature. Materials for the Study of the The Fourth Gospel & The Letters of John.
  • G. David Schwartz ,A Jewish Interpretation of John 8:1-11.
  • David L. Barr, "As the Father Has Sent Me" Community Dialogues in John 20
  • Terry A. Larm, Signs in the Fourth Gospel: What is the Evangelist Doing? Theological Gathering Fall 1996.
  • Bruce J. Malina, The Gospel of John in Sociolinguistic Perspective. (Protocol of the 48th Colloquy, March 1984)Berkeley: Center for Hermeneutical Studies, 1985.
  • Bruce J. Malina, John's: The Maverick Christian Group: The Evidence of Sociolinguistics. Published in Biblical Theology Bulletin 24 (1994):167-82.( 1996; Reprinted here by permission of the publisher).
  • Richard L. Rohrbaugh, The Gospel of John in the Twenty-First Century. Published in Readers and Readings of the Fourth Gospel. Fernando Segovia, ed. SBL Symposium Series. Atlanta: Scholars Press (forthcoming 1998)
  • James F. McGrath:"Food for Thought: The Bread of Life Discourse (John 6:25-71) in Johannine Legitimation" Theological Gathering 2 (Winter 1997)
  • James F. McGrath:A Survey of Recent Literature of the Fourth Gospel Theological Gathering 4 (Fall 1997)
  • James F. McGrath: Going Up and Coming Down in Johannine Apologetic. read at the British New Testament Conference, University of Aberdeen, Saturday 14 September 1996 (forthcoming in Neotestamentica).
  • James F. McGrath: "Are Christians Monotheists? The Answer of St. John's Gospel". Lecture given at the North of England Institute for Christian Education Sixth Form Study Day, University of Durham, 27 March 98.
  • Jerome H. Neyrey, "The Sociology of Secrecy and the Fourth Gospel." In What Is John? Vol. II: Literary and Social Readings of the Fourth Gospel, 79-109. F. Segovia, ed. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1998.
  • Jerome H. Neyrey, "What's Wrong With This Picture? John 4, Cultural Stereotypes of Women, and Public and Private Space." Biblical Theology Bulletin 24 (1994):77-91.
  • Jerome H. Neyrey, "The Trials (Forensic) and Tribulations (Honor Challenges) of Jesus: John 7 in Social Science Perspective." Biblical Theology Bulletin 26 (1996):107-24.
  • Jerome H. Neyrey, "The Footwashing in John 13:6-11: Transformation Ritual or Ceremony?" In The Social World of the First Christians: Essays in Honor of Wayne A. Meeks, 198-213. L. M. White and O. L. Yarbrough. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1995.
  • Jerome H. Neyrey, "Despising the Shame of the Cross: Honor and Shame in the Johannine Passion Narrative." Semeia 69 (1996):113-37.

    바울 서신 연구

  • The Acts of The Apostles In Hellenistic writings The Acts of the Apostles in Hellenistic Writings.
  • Jerome H. Neyrey, "Luke's Social Location of Paul: Cultural Anthropology and the Status of Paul in Acts." in History, Literature, and Society in the Book of Acts, 251-79. B. Witherington III. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1996.
  • Jerome H. Neyrey,"Acts 17, Epicureans and Theodicy: A Study in Stereotypes." In Greeks, Romans, and Christians: Essays Honor of Abraham J. Malherbe, 118-34. D. L. Balch and W. A. Meeks. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1990.
  • Paulus Online Spiel; yes, a little game for you.....

    Sites and articles related to Paul's letters

  • Corpus Paul;a mailing list on Pauline Studies.
  • The Manuscripts of Paul
  • David Trobisch, The Oldest Extant Editions of the Letters of Paul. -a slightly edited version of the first chapter of Paul's Letter Collection: Tracing the Origins (Fortress Press: Minneapolis, 1994) by David Trobisch.
  • A Paul Page;dedicated to the new perspective on Paul.
  • Saint Paul the Apostle. Contains sections on Paul\s cultural backgroun, life, epistles, theology, his impact, and a bibliography.
  • Paul and the pauline epistles. Various links to articles and reviews.
  • W.M. Ramsay, St. Paul the Traveller and the Roman Citizen The old famous book in online version.
  • Darrell J. Doughty, Pauline Paradigms and Pauline Authenticity.
  • Judith M. Gundry-Volf, Celibate Pneumatics and Social Power: On the Motivations for Sexual Asceticism in Corinth.
  • David Seeley, The Background of the Philippians Hymn.
  • Beate Patolla, Exegesis of Philippians 4. An interesting effort (in German!) to illustrate how biblical expositions can be presented by WWW pages.

    Articles related to Hebrews

  • Art Hurtado, Are The Persons Described in Hebrews 6:4-6 Christians?
  • "'Without Beginning of Days or End of Life' (Hebrews 7:3): Topos for a True Deity." Catholic Biblical Quarterly 53 (1991):439-55.
  • Terry A. Larm, Hebrews 10:1-18: Jesus Christ, the Final Sacrifice Theological Gathering, Winter 1997.

    Articles related to James.

  • Vernon K. Robbins, Making Christian Culture in the Epistle of James. Orig. printed in Scriptura 59 (1996), pp. 341-351.©

    Articles related to 1-2 Peter
    Greg Herrick, The Apostle Peter on Civil Obedience: An Exegesis of 1 Peter 2:13-17

  • Articles etc related to the Letters of John.

    Articles etc related to the Book of Revelation.

  • Art, Images, and Materials related to the Book of Revelation, compiled by Felix Just.
  • Links to Revelation, Apocalyptic and Millennial Websites and Materials, copiled by Felix Just.
  • The Book of Revelation and Apocalyptic Literature
  • Revelation resources; Resources for the study of the Book of Revelation.
  • Edited by John W. Marshall, Images of the Apocalypse A Database of pictures related to the Book of Revelation.
  • David L. Barr, Using Plot to Discern Structure in John's Apocalypse
  • David L. Barr, Towards an Ethical Reading of The Apocalypse: Reflections on John's Use of Power,Violence, and Misogyny
    David L. Barr,
  • Transforming the Imagination. John뭩 Apocalypse as Story David L. Barr,
  • Who Says? Who Hears? The Narrative Rhetoric of John's Apocalypse
  • Jesaja Michael Wiegard, Auf der Suche nach dem "impliziten Leser" von Apk 12
  • James F. McGrath, Going Up and Coming Down in Johannine Apologetic
  • K.C. Hanson, Blood and Purity in Leviticus and Revelation. Published in Listening: Journal of Religion and Culture 28 (1993):215-30 ( 1993 Reprinted here by permission of the publisher).
  • Revealing Revelation. A discussion with Dr. James H. Charlesworth, George L. Collord Professor of New Testament Language and Literature at Princeton Theological Seminary.

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