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SBL Seminar Papers 2002
Publication Date
October 2002


Romans through History and Cultures Seminar

Identity Crisis Reflected in Romans 14:1–15:13 and the Implications for the Chinese Christians’ Controversies on Ancestral Worship
— Lo Lung-Kwong

Peace in the Epistle to the Romans and in the Malagasy Culture
— Andrianjatovo Rakotoharintsifa

“… Let Everyone Be Convinced in His/Her Own Mind”: Derrida and the Deconstruction of Paulinism
— Kathy Ehrensperger

Taubes, Badiou, Agamben: Reception of Paul by Non-Christian Philosophers Today
— Alain Gignac

Can Kierkegaard Help Us Understand the Role of the Law in Romans 7:7–12? Tools for a Kierkegaardian Reading of Paul
— Valerie Nicolet Anderson

Bible Translation Section

Hidden Eunuchs of the Hebrew Bible
— Janet Everhart

Translating the Bible in Southern Africa: Contested Ownership? Owning, Owing, and Owning Up
— Jeremy Punt

Art as Text—Text as Art: Apparatus as a Translation Tool
— Ilona N. Rashkow

Formation of the Book of Isaiah Group

On the Road to Duhm: Isaiah in Nineteenth-Century Critical Scholarship
— Marvin A. Sweeney

Formation of the Book of the Twelve Seminar

Exile as Purification: Reconstructing the Book of the Four (Hosea, Amos, Micah, Zephaniah)
— Rainer Albertz

Forming the Twelve and Forming Canon
— Edgar W. Conrad

The Canonical Location of Habakkuk
— A. Joseph Everson

Endings as New Beginnings: Returning to the Lord, the Day of the Lord, and Renewal in the Book of the Twelve
— Paul R. House

Josephus Seminar

The Celebration of Passover in Josephus: A Means of Strengthening Jewish Identity?
— Federico M. Colautti

Josephus on the Burning of the Temple, the Flavian Triumph, and the Providence of God
— Paul Spilsbury