Professor Markus Bockmuehl

 

   

Selected Publications

  • Scriptural Completion in the Infancy Gospel of James

  • The Trouble with the Inclusive Jesus

  • Creation Ex Nihilo Origins, Development, Contemporary Challenges

  • The personal presence of Jesus in the writings of Paul

  • Ancient Apocryphal Gospels 0

  • St Paul on the Personal Presence of Jesus

  • The perils of Paulines

  • The Unknown Christmas Gospel

  • The Gospel of Thomas: Introduction and Commentary

  • The idea of creation out of nothing: From qumran to Genesis Rabbah

  • Gospel Writing: A Canonical Perspective

  • Simon Peter in Scripture and Memory

  • Creatio ex nihilo in Palestinian Judaism and Early Christianity

  • The baptism of Jesus as ‘super-sacrament’ of redemption

  • Christ as creator. Origins of a New Testament doctrine

  • The Son of David and His Mother

  • The Remembered Peter in Ancient Reception and Modern Debate

  • No ordinary angel. Celestial spirits and Christian claims about Jesus

  • Paradise in antiquity

  • The macbride sermon, hertford college, oxford 25/01/2009: Messianic prophecy and abrahamic faith

  • Locating paradise

  • Paradise in antiquity: Jewish and Christian views

  • The Dead Sea Scrolls and Ancient Commentary

  • Peter's death in Rome? Back to front and upside down

  • Exhibitions of the oracles of the lord: The fragments.

  • Jesus, a Jewish Galilean: A new reading of the Jesus story.

  • Christianity in the making, vol 1, Jesus remembered.

  • Cosmic christology in Paul and the Pauline school.

  • Introduction

  • The making of gospel commentaries

  • The written gospel

  • Why not Let Acts Be Acts? In Conversation with C. Kavin Rowe

  • Compleat History of the Resurrection: A Dialogue with N.T. Wright

  • Simon Peter's names in Jewish sources

  • What's Under the Microscope?: Revisiting E. C. Hoskyns on the Object of New Testament Study

  • Who was Jesus? A Jewish-Christian dialogue

  • Simon Peter's names in Jewish sources

  • Studies in exegesis: Christian critiques of Jewish law and rabbinic responses, 70-300CE

  • Syrian memories of Peter: Ignatius, Justin and Serapion

  • ‘Leave the Dead to Bury their own Dead’: A Brief Clarification in Reply to Crispin H.T. Fletcher-Louis

  • Philippi, Vol 2: Catalogue of manuscripts on the colony of Philippi

  • Religion in the Dead Sea Scrolls

  • Peter in the Gospels

  • Peter: Apostle for the whole church

  • David in the 'Fourth Gospel': The Johannine version of the 'Psalms'

  • Paul: The man and the myth

  • Jesus of Nazareth, millenarian prophet

  • The Law in the Old- and New-Testament

  • Jesus' attitude towards the law: A study of the Gospels

  • 'To be or not to be': The possible futures of new testament scholarship

  • New Testament Ethics Review Article

  • A commentator's approach to the 'Effective History' of Philippians

  • Natural Law in Second Temple Judaism

  • THE NOACHIDE-COMMANDMENTS AND NEW-TESTAMENT ETHICS + RABBINIC REFLECTIONS ON THE MORAL OBLIGATIONS OF GENTILES - WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ACTS-XV AND PAULINE HALAKHAH

  • A note on the text of colossians 4:3

  • More
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