JETS Current Issue

JETS Logo

Contents

BIBLICAL THEOLOGY FROM A NEW TESTAMENT PERSPECTIVE . . . ECKHARD J. SCHNABEL

BIBLICAL HEBREW AND THE SEMITIC LANGUAGES IN THE LIGHT OF CULTURAL ANTIQUITY: A NEW PROPOSAL . . . EUGENE H. MERRILL

GENESIS 1:1-3 AND THE LITERARY BOUNDARY OF DAY ONE . . . JEREMY D. LYON

PROBLEMS WITH THE COMPARATIVE METHOD IN OT STUDIES . . . NOEL WEEKS

"THE WORD OF THE LORD TO THE RULING HOUSES IN SAMUEL AND KINGS . . . KENNETH E. GUENTER

JESUS AS THE REJECTED PROPHET AND EXALTED LORD: THE RHETORICAL EFFECT OF TYPE SHIFTING IN JOHN 12:38-41 . . . BRUCE HENNING

A NEW ARGUMENT THAT COLLECTIVE HALLUCINATIONS DO NOT ADEQUATELY ACCOUNT FOR THE GROUP APPREARANCES OF JESUS IN THE GOSPELS . . . ZACHARY BREITENBACH

READING ROMANS AFTER THE BOOK OF ACTS . . . GREGORY GOSWELL

BOOK REVIEWS

BOOKS RECEIVED

INDEX OF BOOK REVIEWS

Volume 62, No. 2 — June 2019


Click here to view the JETS PDF Archive.

Interested in accessing these articles?

Current members and subscribers can access current issues of JETS online.

Individual articles can be purchased, and copies of individual issues can be purchased while supplies last.

Click here to subscribe to JETS.
Click here to find out about membership in ETS.
Click here to purchase an article copy or back issue.

Click here to view the JETS PDF Archive. The most recent two full years of JETS are available to current members. Older issues are made available to the public free of charge. Members may search JETS through ATLA. (Login and click on the JETS link in the main menu for more information.)