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The Expository Times 126/12

By Danny Zacharias The Expository Times September 2015; Vol. 126, No. 12 http://ext.sagepub.com/content/126/12?etoc—————————————————————– Articles —————————————————————– Does the Reformation Still Matter? David Whitford The Expository Times 2015; 126:573-577 doi:10.1177/0014524615584734 http://ext.sagepub.com/content/126/12/573?etoc Three Tales of Three Cities in the Book of Judges Roger Ryan The Expository Times 2015; 126:578-585 doi:10.1177/0014524614560295 http://ext.sagepub.com/content/126/12/578.abstract?etoc A Nazorean and …read more

“Early High Christology”: A “Paradigm Shift”? “New Perspective”?

By larryhurtado In a programmatic essay surveying recent scholarly discussion about earliest Jesus-devotion, Jörg Frey (Professor, University of Zürich) judges that one can speak perhaps of “a paradigm-shift” (von einem Paradigmenwechsel) or, “a new perspective” (von einer ‘neuen Perspektive’) in the work of a number of scholars: “Eine neue religionsgeschichtliche Perspektive: …read more