This is the third in a series of five bibliographic reports related to Corinthian scholarship published or digitized in 2015. This post also marks the next installment in a Lenten series on resources for the study of Judaism, New Testament, and early Christianity in Corinth (see last week’s post on Corinthian-related blogs). Today’s report presents scholarship published or digitized in 2015 related in some way to the subjects of Christianity, Judaism, and the New Testament. This includes some scholarship on the Hellenistic and early Roman “backgrounds” of Christianity and Judaism but most of this material relates to New Testament studies.
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I generated these reports through Zotero tags and searches, and there are undoubtedly missing entries as well as false positives. Next week, I’ll put together a post about using the bibliographic database for the study of religion in Roman Corinth.
If you see references missing from the list, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Categories: Bibliography, Periods, Late Antiquity, Periods, Roman, Religion - Ancient, Religion, 1 Corinthians, Religion, 2 Corinthians, Religion, Churches, Religion, Judaism, Religion, Patristic Interpretation, Religion, Post-Pauline, Religion, Roman, Religion, Saints, Religion, St. Paul