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IV. Translations

Theology

Balla, Prof. Dr. Peter

Gaspar Karoli University of the Hungarian Reformed Church, Hungary
Field of research: Biblical theology, bible sciences, biblical studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Gerd Theißen Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
  • Peter Balla: Jesus Before Parents: Finding the Right Priority When Seeking Unity in the Family. In: Ecumenical and Eclectic: The Unity of the Church in the Contemporary World. Essays in Honour of Alan P. F. Sell. (Ed. Anna M. Robbins) Milton Keynes: Paternoster, 2007, p. 173 - 187 [Child-parent relationship in the NT; Jesus as the Son of God].

  • Peter Balla: 2 Corinthians. In: Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament. (Ed. G. K. Beale, D. A. Carson) Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Academic, 2007, p. 753 - 783 [Exegesis of the OT quotations in 2 Corinthians].

  • Peter Balla: Az újszövetségi iratok története: Bevezetéstani alternatívák ("The history of the writings of the New Testament: Alternatives in introductory matters." - Second, updated edition of the 2005 Introduction to the NT in Hungarian language.). Budapest: Károli Egyetemi Kiadó, 2008, 321 pp. [Introduction to the New Testament, history of the NT canon, history of the text of the New Testament - a textbook in Hungarian language].

  • Peter Balla: Challenges to New Testament Theology (ungarisch). Budapest: Keresztyén Ismeretterjesztő Alapítvány, 2008, 342 pp. Original author: Peter Balla (Hungarian ) [The unity of the NT canon, and of its theology. Methodological problems related to the discipline of New Testament Theology. An attempt to justify the enterprise of NTT.].

  • Peter Balla: Chreia, apophthegm. In: Encyclopedia of the Historical Jesus. (Ed. Craig A. Evans) New York and London: Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, 2008, p. 98 - 101 [Form criticism of the New Testament. The sayings of Jesus.].

  • Peter Balla: Paul's use of slavery imagery in the Hagar allegory. In: In die Skriflig. 43(1), 2009, p. 119 - 134 [God's promises; Hagar allegory; slavery imagery; two covenants].

  • Peter Balla: "From glory to glory" - Paul's use of the Old Testament in 2 Corinthians 3. In: Saint Paul and Corinth, vol. I.. (Ed. Constantine J. Belezos) Athens: Psichogios Publications S.A., 2009, p. 265 - 279 [Old Testament quotation in 2 Corinthians 3; Pau's view of the Old Testament; christological interpretation in Paul].

  • Peter Balla: Pál apostol levele a Galáciabeliekhez: Kommentár bevezetéssel és exkurzusokkal ("The letter of the apostle Paul to the Galatians: A commentary with introduction and excursuses." - In Hungarian language.). Budapest: Keresztyén Ismeretterjesztő Alapítvány, 2009, XLI + 284 pp. [Commentary on Galatians in Hungarian language; ISBN 978-963-9390-58-4].

  • Peter Balla: The Child-Parent Relationship in the New Testament and its Environment (ungarisch). Budapest: Kálvin Kiadó, 2010, 284 pp. Original author: Peter Balla (ungarisch).

  • Peter Balla: “Did Jesus Break the Fifth (Fourth) Commandment?”. In: Handbook for the Study of the Historical Jesus. 4 vols, vol. 4: Individual Studies.. (Ed. Tom Holmén – Stanley E. Porter) Leiden – Boston: Brill Academic Publishers, 2011, p. 2947 - 2972 [exegesis of NT texts related to the child-parent relationship].

  • Peter Balla: “The New Testament Foundation of Peace and Reconciliation”. In: Building Communities of Reconciliation. 3 vols., vol. III: Christian Theologies of Peace and Reconciliation.. (Ed. Pauline C.H. Kollontai and Victoria Nesfield (eds.)) Seoul, Korea: Nanumsa, 2012, p. 47 - 58 [key passages on peace and reconciliation in the New Testament].

  • Peter Balla: Challenges to New Testament Theology (reprint edition). Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2011, 279 pp. [The development of the canon of the New Testament; the unity of the theology of the New Testament].

  • Peter Balla: How Radical is Itinerant Radicalism? The Case of Luke 14:26. In: Jesus – Gestalt und Gestaltungen: Rezeptionen des Galiläers in Wissenschaft, Kirche und Gesellschaft. Festschrift für Gerd Theißen zum 70. Geburtstag. (Ed. Petra von Gemünden, David G. Horrell, Max Küchler) Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2013, p. 51 - 61 [itinerant radicalism in the New Testament, exegesis of Luke 14:26; NTOA/StUNT 100; ISBN 978-3-525-59362-2].

  • Peter Balla: Did Jesus Break the Fifth (Fourth) Commandment?. In: Acta Theologica Debrecinensis. 4, 2013, p. 61 - 87 Original author: Peter Balla (Ungarisch).

  • Prof. Dr. Peter Balla: The Child-Parent Relationship in the New Testament and Its Environment (reprint edition). Eugene, Oregon, USA: Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2015, 279 pp. [(Reprint edition, the original was published by Mohr Siebeck in 2003.) Relevant texts from the pagan and from the Jewish environment of Early Christianity; Exegesis of NT texts related to the theme of the child-parent relationship.].

Goff, Prof. Dr. Matthew

Florida State University, United States of America
Field of research: Biblical theology, bible sciences, biblical studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Loren T. Stuckenbruck Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU)
  • Matthew Goff: 4QInstruction. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2013, 360 pp. [Dead Sea Scrolls, wisdom literature, biblical studies].

  • Matthew Goff, Karina M. Hogan, Joel Kaminsky and Dan Harlow, : The ‘Other’ in Second Temple Judaism: Essays in Honor of John Collins. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2011, 502 pp. [Dead Sea Scrolls, Second Temple Judaism].

  • Matthew Goff, Brian R. Doak, Samantha Newington, Michael Tuval, Joseph L. Angel, Amanda M. Davis Bledsoe, Ida Fröhlich, Loren T. Stuckenbruck, Gabor Kosa, Enrico Morano, John C. Reeves, Jens Wilkens: Introduction - The Sons of the Watchers in the Book of Watchers and the Qumran Book of Giants: Contexts and Prospects. In: Ancient Tales of Giants from Qumran and Turfan . (Ed. Matthew Goff, Loren T. Stuckenbruck, Enrico Morano) Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2016, p. 115 - 127.

Lamm, Prof. Dr. Julia A.

Georgetown University, United States of America
Field of research: Theology
Host: Prof. Dr. Kurt-Victor Selge Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Julia A. Lamm, ed.: Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Christian Mysticism. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013, [Christian Mysticism].

  • Julia A. Lamm, ed. and trans.: Schleiermacher: Christmas Dialogue, The Second Speech, and Other Selections. Mahwah, N.J.: Paulist Press, 2014, Original author: Friedrich Schleiermacher, Die Weihnachtsfeier. Ein Gespräch Friedrich Schleiermacher, Über die Religion. Reden an die Gebildeten unter ihren Verächtern (English) [Schleiermacher, Spirituality, Speeches on Religion, Über die Religion: Reden, Romanticism, Jacobi, Christian theology, philosophy, Christmas Dialogue].

  • Julia A. Lamm: Schleiermacher’s Spirituality: An Introduction. In: Schleiermacher: Christmas Dialogue, the Second Speech, and Other Selections. (Ed. Julia A. Lamm) Mahwah, N.J.: Paulist, 2014.

  • Julia A. Lamm: Plato’s Dialogues as a Single Work of Art: Friedrich Schleiermacher’s Platons Werke. In: Lire Les Dialogues, mais lesquels et dans quel ordre? Définitions du corpus et interprétations de Platon. (Ed. Anne Balansard and Isabelle Koch) Academia Verlag, 2013, p. 173 - 188 [Schleiermacher, Plato, Dialogues].

  • Julia A. Lamm: Schleiermacher’s Christmas Dialogue as Platonic Dialogue?. In: The Journal of Religion. 92, 2012, p. 392 - 420 [Schleiermacher, Plato, Dialogues, Christmas, Die Weihnachtsfeier. Ein Gespräch].

  • Julia A. Lamm: Schleiermacher on ‘The Roman Church’: Anti-Catholic Ideology and the Future of Historical-Empirical Dogmatics. In: Schleiermacher, the Study of Religion, and the Future of Theology. (Ed. Brent Sockness and Wilhelm Gräb) Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2010, p. 243 - 256 [Schleiermacher, Dogmatics, Catholicism, religious pluralism, theological method].

  • Julia A. Lamm: Pantheism and Romanticism. In: The Nineteenth-Century Theologians. (Ed. David Ferguson) Blackwell, 2010, p. 165 - 186 [Romanticism, Pantheism, Schleiermacher, Schlegel, Novalis, Pantheism, Pantheismusstreit, Jacobi, Spinoza, Lessing].

  • Julia A. Lamm: Schleiermacher’s Treatise on Grace. In: Harvard Theological Review. 101, 2008, p. 133 - 168 [Schleiermacher, Glaubenslehre, Grace, orthodoxy, Christian theology, free will, conversion].

  • Julia A. Lamm: Schleiermacher’s Re-Writing as Spiritual Exercise, 1799-1806. In: Der Mensch und seine Seele. Bildung – Frömmigkeit – Ästhetik. Akten des Schleiermacher-Kongresses 2015. (Ed. Arnulf von Scheliha) Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2017, p. 293 - 302 [Schleiermacher; Reden über die Religion; Speeches on Religion; Spiritual Exercise; Pierre Hadot].

Muschiol, Prof. Dr. Gisela Christine

Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, Germany
Field of research: Church history, ecclesiastical history, historical theology

  • Gisela Muschiol: Time and Space: Liturgy and Rite in Female Monasteries of the Middle Ages. In: Crown and Veil. Female Monasticism from the fifth to the fifteenth Centuries. (Ed. Jeffrey Hamburger/Susan Marti) New York, 2008, p. 191 - 206 Original author: Gisela Muschiol (English) [Female Monasticism, Liturgy, Middle Ages, Frauenkloster, Liturgie, Mittelalter].

  • Gisela Muschiol: Klosteralltag und Klausur. Die Regelauslegung Hildegards von Bingen. In: Erbe und Auftrag. 84, 2008, p. 263 - 272 [Hildegard von Bingen, Klausur, Benediktsregel, enclosure, Regula Benedicti, Kloster, monasticism].

  • Gisela Muschiol/Regina Illemann: Elisabeth - Zugänge zu einer sperrigen Heiligen. Ein Überblick über die Literatur des Jubiläumsjahres 2007. In: Diakonia. 39, 2008, p. 360 - 368 [Elisabeth von Thüringen, Elizabeth of Hungary, Forschungsüberblick, review article,].

  • Gisela Muschiol: Versorgung, Unterdrückung, Selbstbestimmung? Religiöse Frauengemeinschaften als Forschungsfeld. In: Rottenburger Jahrbuch für Kirchengeschichte. 27, 2008, p. 13 - 25 [Frauenklöster, Mittelalter, Female Monasticism, Middle Ages, ].

  • Gisela Muschiol: Osterliturgie in Frauenklöstern des Mittelalters. In: Passion und Ostern in den Lüneburger Frauenklöstern. (Ed. Linda M. Koldau) Ebstorf, 2010, p. 45 - 66 [Frauenklöster, Liturgie, Ostern, Female Monasticism, Liturgy, Easter].

  • Gisela Muschiol: Kalkar-Wissel, St. Clemens. In: Nordrheinisches Klosterbuch. Lexikon der Stifte und Klöster bis 1815. Teil 2: Düsseldorf bis Kleve. (Ed. Manfred Groten, Georg Mölich, Gisela Muschiol, Joachim Oepen) Siegburg, 2012, p. 596 - 605 [Stift Wissel, Kalkar, Klosterbuchartikel, Männerkonvent].

  • Gisela Muschiol: Migrating nuns - migrating liturgy? The Context of Reform in Female Convents of the Late Middle Ages. In: Liturgy in Migration - From the Upper Room to Cyberspace. (Ed. Teresa Berger) Collegeville, 2012, p. 83 - 100 [Female Monasticism, Liturgy, Late Middle Ages, Cistercian Nuns, Benedictine Nuns, Dominican Nuns, Frauenklöster, Liturgie, Spätmittelalter, Zisterzienserinnen, Benediktinerinnen, Dominikanerinnen].

  • Prof. Dr. Gisela Christine Muschiol, Alison Beach, Letha Böhringer, Sigrid Hirbodian: Labels And Libels - Naming Beguines in Nothern Medieval Europe. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2014, 235 pp.

Sweetman, Prof. Dr. Will

University of Otago, New Zealand
Field of research: Comparative religious studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Markus Friedrich Universität Hamburg
  • Will Sweetman: Colonialism all the way down? Religion and the secular in early modern writing on south India. In: Religion and the Secular: Historical and Colonial Formations. (Ed. Timothy Fitzgerald) London: Equinox, 2007, p. 117 - 134 [Hinduismus, Kolonialismus].

  • Will Sweetman: Hinduism--History of Scholarship. In: Encyclopedia of Hinduism. (Ed. Denise Cush, Catherine Robinson, Michael York) London: Routledge, 2008, p. 329 - 339 [Hinduismus].

  • Ute Hüsken Will Sweetman: Visnu's Children. Prenatal life-cycle rituals in South India. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2009, 322 pp. Original author: Ute Hüsken (English) [Indologie, Religionswissenschaft].

  • Will Sweetman, R. Ilakkuvan: Bibliotheca Malabarica: Bartholomäus Ziegenbalg's Tamil Library. Paris: Institut Français de Pondichéry/École française d'Extrême Orient, 2012, 153 pp. [Tamil literature, manuscript culture, Orientalism, mission history].

  • Will Sweetman: Südasiatische Religionen. In: Enzyklopädie der Neuzeit. (Ed. Friedrich Jaeger ) Stuttgart: Metzler, 2011, p. 65 - 75 [South Asian religions, Orientalism, modernity].

  • Will Sweetman, Aditya Malik: Hinduism in India: Modern and Contemporary Movements. Delhi: Sage, 2016, 311 pp. [Hinduism, modernity].

  • Will Sweetman: Retracing Bartholomäus Ziegenbalg's Path. In: Beyond Tranquebar: Grappling across Cultural Borders in South India. (Ed. Esther Fihl, A. R. Venkatachalapathy) Hyderabad: Orient BlackSwan, 2014, p. 304 - 321.

  • Will Sweetman: The Cessation of the Oracles: Authenticity and Authority in Jesuit Reports of Possession in South India. In: Intercultural Encounter and the Jesuit Mission in South Asia. (Ed. Anand Amaladass, Iñes G. Županov) Bangalore: Asian Trading Corporation, 2014, p. 156 - 176.

  • Will Sweetman: Hinduism: Critical Concepts in Religious Studies. London: Routledge, 2014, 1724 pp.

  • Will Sweetman: Empire and Mission: Protestant Beginnings in India and the "Pious Clause". In: Social Sciences and Missions. 28, 2015, p. 1 - 21 [Christian mission, imperialism, India].

  • Will Sweetman: The Dravidian Idea in Missionary Accounts of South Indian Religion. In: Religion and Modernity in India. (Ed. Sekhar Bandyopadhyay, Aloka Parasher Sen ) New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2016, p. 67 - 83.

  • Eric Repphun, Deane Galbraith, Will Sweetman, James Harding: Beyond Christianity, the Bible, and the Text: Urgent Tasks and New Orientations for Reception History. In: Relegere: Studies in Religion and Reception. 1, 2011, p. 1 - 11.

Wold, Dr. Benjamin

University of Dublin Trinity College, Ireland
Field of research: Biblical theology, bible sciences, biblical studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Hermann Lichtenberger Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
  • Benjamin Wold Loren T. Stuckenbruck Stephen Barton: Memory in the Bible and Antiquity. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2007, 394 pp. [Memory, Biblical Studies, Qumran, New Testament, Hebrew Bible, Early Judaism].

  • Benjamin Wold: Metaphorical Poverty in Musar leMevin. In: Journal of Jewish Studies. 58/1, 2007, p. 140 - 153.

  • Benjamin Wold: Family Ethics in 4QInstruction and the New Testament. In: Novum Testamentum. 50/3, 2008, p. 286 - 300.

  • Benjamin Wold: Remembrance in the Dead Sea Scrolls: Exodus, Creation and Cosmos. In: Memory in the Bible and Antiquity. (Ed. Benjamin Wold Loren Stuckenbruck Stephen Barton) Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2007, p. 47 - 74.

  • Benjamin G. Wold: Reading Revelation's Plague Septets: New Exodus and Exile. In: Echoes from the Caves. (Ed. Florentino Garcia Martinez) STDJ 85; Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2009, p. 279 - 298.

  • Benjamin Wold [Translation of E. Blum]: Historiography or Poetry? The Peculiarities of Old Testament Prose Tradition. In: Memory and Remembrance in the Bible and Antiquity. (Ed. Benjamin Wold Loren Stuckenbruck Stephen Barton) Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2007, p. 25 - 46 Original author: E. Blum (English (from German)).

  • Benjamin Wold [Translation of H. Lichtenberger]: History-writing and History-telling in First and Second Maccabees. In: Memory in the Bible and Antiquity. (Ed. Benjamin Wold Loren Stuckenbruck Stephen Barton) Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2007, p. 95 - 110 Original author: H. Lichtenberger (English (from German)).

  • Benjamin Wold: Guides for the Perplexed: The Dead Sea Scrolls. London/New York: Continuum, 2010, c. 250 pp.

  • Benjamin Wold: A. R. Christman, ‘What did Ezekiel See?’ Christian Exegesis of Ezekiel’s Vision of the Chariot from Irenaeus to Gregory the Great (BAC 4; Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2005). In: Journal of Theological Studies. 59/2, 2008, p. 784 - 785.

  • Benjamin Wold: B. G. Wright III & L. M. Wills (eds.), Conflicted Boundaries in Wisdom and Apocalypticism (SBLSS 35; Atlanta: SBL, 2005). In: Dead Sea Discoveries. 16/3, 2009.

  • Benjamin Wold, Jan Dochhorn, Susanne Rudnig-Zelt: Evil, the Devil, and Demons: Dualistic Characteristics in the Religion of Israel, Ancient Judaism, and Christianity. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2015, 250 pp. [New Testament, Old Testament, Ancient Judaism, Constructs of Evil, Demonology, Dualism].

  • Benjamin Wold: The Universality of Creation in 4QInstruction. In: Revue de Qumran. 102/1, 2013, p. 211 - 226 [4QInstruction, Qumran, Sapiential literature, determinism, free-will].

  • Benjamin Wold: Agency and Raising the Dead in 4QPseudo-Ezekiel and 4Q521 2 ii. In: Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft. 1/103, 2012, p. 1 - 19 [Messianism, resurrection, Messianic Apocalypse, Dead Sea Scrolls, Christian Origins].

  • Benjamin Wold: Jesus among Wisdom's Representatives. In: Enochic Influences on the Synoptic Gospels. (Ed. Loren Stuckenbruck and Gabriele Boccaccini) Atlanta: Scholars Press, 2015, p. 1 - 15 [Gospels, historical Jesus, wisdom literature, Qumran].

  • Benjamin Wold: Apotropaic Prayer and the Matthean Lord's Prayer. In: Evil, the Devil, and Demons. (Ed. Benjamin Wold, Jan Dochhorn, Susanne Rudnig-Zelt) Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2015, p. 1 - 12 [Demonology, Exorcism, Liturgy, Synoptic Gospels, Gospel of Matthew, Qumran].

  • Benjamin Wold: Apocalypticism in Colossians and Ephesians. In: A Companion to Jewish Apocalyptic Thought in the New Testament. (Ed. Benjamin Reynolds and Loren Stuckenbruck) Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 2015, p. 1 - 14 [Pauline Epistles, Ancient Apocalyptic, Angelology, Cosmology].

  • Benjamin Wold: 1Q/4QInstruction. In: Companion to the Dead Sea Scrolls. (Ed. George Brooke and Charlotte Hempel) London: T & T Clark, 2015, p. 1 - 4.

  • Benjamin Wold: 4Q174 (Testimonia) and 4Q175 (Florilegium). In: A Reader in Early Jewish Literature. (Ed. Ronald Herms, Brad Embry, and Archie Wright) Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2015, p. 1 - 10.

  • Benjamin Wold: Ebion [Hebrew]. In: Theologisches Wörterbuch zu den Qumrantexten. (Ed. H-J. Fabry and U. Dahmen) Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer, 2011, p. 14 - 17.

  • Benjamin Wold: Enosh [Hebrew/Aramaic]. In: Theologisches Wörterbuch zu den Qumrantexten. (Ed. H-J. Fabry and U. Dahmen) Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer, 2011, p. 241 - 247.

  • Benjamin Wold: Exile in Second Temple Judaism and Hellenistic Judaism. In: Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception. (Ed. Dale Allison, et. al.) Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2014, p. 1 - 4.

  • Benjamin Wold: "Flesh" and "Spirit" in Qumran Sapiential Literature as the Background to the Use in Pauline Epistles. In: Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft. 106/2, 2015, p. 1 - 16 [4QInstruction, Dualities, Pauline Epistles].

  • Benjamin Wold: 4QInstruction: Divisions and Hierarchies. Leiden: Brill, 2018, 300 pp.

Xeravits, Prof. Dr. Geza G.

Sapientia College of Theology of Religious Orders, Hungary
Field of research: Biblical theology, bible sciences, biblical studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Stefan Schorch Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
  • Geza G. Xeravits: Die Frage der positiven eschatologischen Hauptgestalten in Qumran. In: Biblische Zeitschrift. 60, 2016, p. 28 - 51.

  • Géza Xeravits: The Angel's Self-Revelation in Tobit 12. In: Sibyls, Scriptures, and Scrolls: John Collins at Seventy. (Ed. J. Baden, H. Najman, E. Tigchelaar) Leiden: Brill, 2017, p. 1399 - 1417.

  • Géza Xeravits: A Possible Greek Bible Source for Late Antique Synagogue Art. In: Construction, Coherence and Connotations: Studies on the Septuagint, Apocryphal and Cognate Literature. (Ed. Pierre Jordaan, Nicholas Allen) Berlin: de Gruyter, 2016, p. 233 - 248.

  • Géza Xeravits: The Biblical Background of the Psalms in Baruch 4:5–5:9. In: Studies on Baruch: Composition, Literary Relations, and Reception. (Ed. S. Adams) Berlin: de Gruyter, 2016, p. 97 - 134.

  • Géza G. Xeravits: Goddesses in the Synagogue?. In: JSJ. 48, 2017, p. 266 - 276.

  • Géza G. Xeravits: The Message of the West Wall of the Dura Synagogue. In: ZDMG. 167, 2017, p. 111 - 125.