Union Seminary Quarterly Review, volume 42, issue 1-2 (1988)

“Paul and His Jewish-Christian Interpreters” by J. Louis Martyn, 1

“Can New Testament Theology Be Saved? The Threat of Contextualisms” by Robin Scroggs, 17

“The Strangeness of the Bible” by James A. Sanders, 33

“The Dramatic Movement of Scripture” by Bernhard W. Anderson, 39

“Eschatology and Ethics in the Hebrew Bible” by Walter Harrelson, 43

“Source Criticism: Some Comments on the Present Situation” by William R. Farmer, 49

“On the History of Criticism of the Gospel of Luke” by O. Lamar Cope, 59

“Biblical Hermeneutics and the Black Church Tradition” by Cain H. Felder, 63

“Context as a Bearer of Meaning in Matthew” by Paul Meyer, 69

“Trinitarian Testimonies” by Burton L. Visotzky, 73

“Some Contributions of Feminist Biblical Scholars” by Burton H. Trockmorton, Jr., 87

“Translating Sexist Language as a Theological and Cultural Problem” by Phyllis A. Bird, 89

“The Eclipse of the Prophet in Contemporary Prophetic Studies” by James M. Ward, 97

“Interpreting the Bible in Southeast Asia” by E. John Hamlin, 105


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