Neotestamentica: resurrection edition

The latest Neotestamentica 45.1 (2011) has a Sheffield conribution and it is on resurrection. Thanks to Tsalampouni Ekaterini for the Table of Contents:

  • Pieter F. Craffert, “‘I ‘witnessed’ the raising of the dead’ : resurrection accounts in a neuroanthropological perspective”, 1-28
  • Markus Cromhout, “Resurrection in Paul as both affirmation and challenge to the Israelite cycle of meaning”, 29-48
  • James G. Crossley, “Manufacturing resurrection: locating some contemporary scholarly arguments”, 49-75
  • Paul B. Decock, “Origen : on making sense of the resurrection as a third century Christian”, 76-91
  • Chris L. DeWet, “John Chrysostom’s exegesis on the resurrection in 1 Corinthians 15”, 92-114
  • Petra Dijkhuizen, “Buried shamefully : historical reconstruction of Jesus’ burial and tomb”, 115-129
  • Jacobus Kok, “The chaos of the cross as the fractal of life : the birth of the post resurrection, missional dimension in John”, 130-145
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