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List of Selected Publications: Larry W. Hurtado

Authored Books

Larry W. Hurtado, God in New Testament Theology. Nashville:  Abingdon Press, 2010.  ISBN 978-0-687-46545-3.

Larry W. Hurtado, The Earliest Christian Artifacts:  Manuscripts and Christian Origins. Grand Rapids:  Eerdmans, 2006. (xiv+248 pp.)  ISBN 0-8028-2895-7.  Spanish translation:  Los Primitivos Papiros Cristianos:  Un Estudio de los Primeros Testimonios Materiales del Movimiento de Jesus (Salamanca:  Ediciones Sigueme, 2010).

Larry W. Hurtado, How on Earth Did Jesus Become a God? Grand Rapids:  Eerdmans, 2005.  xii + 234 pp.  ISBN 0-8028-2861-2.  Hebrew translation:   Beersheva:  Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press, 2006 (ISBN 965-342-911-6).  Hungarian translation:  Hogyan lett Jézus Istenné a földön? Pannonhalma:  Bencés Kiadó, 2008 (ISBN 978-963-9226-76-0).   Italian translation, Come Gesù divenne Dio? (Brescia:  Paideia Editrice, 2010).  Chinese translation (Hong Kong:  Logos & Pneuma Press, 2013).

Larry W. Hurtado, Lord Jesus Christ:  Devotion to Jesus in Earliest Christianity.  Grand Rapids:  Eerdmans, 2003. (xxii+746 pp.). ISBN 0-8028-6070-2.   Italian translation: Signore Gesù Cristo (Introduzione allo studio della Bibbia, 32-33; Brescia:  Paideia Editrice, 2006).  Spanish translation:  Señor Jesucristo (Salamanca: ediciones Sígueme, 2008). French translation, Le Seigneur Jésus Christ (Paris: Éditions du Cerf, 2009). Korean translation (Seoul:  Holy Wave Plus, 2010).

Larry W. Hurtado, At the Origins of Christian Worship:  The Context and Character of Earliest Christian Devotion.  The 1999 Didsbury Lectures.  Carlisle:  Paternoster Press, 1999, ISBN 0-85364-992-8.  US edition, Grand Rapids:  Eerdmans, 2000, ISBN 0-8028-4749-8.  (xiii + 138 pp.).

Larry W. Hurtado, Mark:  New International Biblical Commentary.  Peabody, Massachusetts:  Hendrickson Publishers, 1989.  (xiv + 306 pp.).  ISBN 1-56563-121-8.  Portuguese translation 1995.  This is a revised version of my commentary published in 1983 by Harper & Row.

Larry W. Hurtado, One God, One Lord:  Early Christian Devotion and Ancient Jewish Monotheism.  Philadelphia:  Fortress Press, 1988. (xiv + 178 pp.).  ISBN 0-8006-2076-3.  British edition by SCM Press.  Second edition, Edinburgh:  T. & T. Clark, 1998 (xxx + 178 pp.), reprint edition, London:  T&T Clark (Continuum), 2003.

Larry W. Hurtado, Mark:  A Good News Commentary.  New York/San Francisco:  Harper & Row, 1983.  (xxv + 291 pp.).

Larry W. Hurtado, Text-Critical Methodology and the Pre-Caesarean Text:  Codex W in the Gospel of Mark.  “Studies and Documents,”  vol. 43.  Grand Rapids:  Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1981.  (x + 100 pp.).

Edited/Co-edited Volumes

Larry W. Hurtado and Paul Owen (eds.).  Who is this Son of Man?  Latest Scholarship on a Puzzling Expression of the Historical Jesus.  London:  T&T Clark, 2011.  .)  ISBN 978-0567-52119-4.

Chris Keith and Larry W. Hurtado (eds.).  Jesus Among Friends and Enemies:  A Historical and Literary Introduction to Jesus and the Gospels.  Grand Rapids:  Baker Academic, 2011.  ISBN:  978-0801038952.

Larry W. Hurtado (ed.).  The Freer Biblical Manuscripts:  Fresh Studies of an American Treasure Trove. Atlanta:  Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.  (x+308 pp.) ISBN: 1-58983-208-6.

D. L. Jeffrey (gen. ed.), Larry W. Hurtado (assoc. ed.), A Dictionary of Biblical Tradition in English Literature. Grand Rapids:  Eerdmans Pub. Co., 1992 (pp. xxxii + 960; British edition, Gracewing Publishers).

Klaus Klostermaier, Larry W. Hurtado (eds.), Religious Studies: Issues, Prospects and Proposals. “University of Manitoba Studies in Religion,” vol. 2.  Atlanta:  Scholars Press, 1991. (26 contributors, pp. xi + 474).

Larry W. Hurtado (ed.), Goddesses in Religions and Modern Debate. “University of Manitoba Studies in Religion,” vol. 1.  Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1990. (6 contibutors, pp. viii + 227).

R. Jewett (ed.), L. W. Hurtado, P. Kiefert (assoc. eds.), Christology and Exegesis:  New ApproachesSemeia 30. Decatur: Scholars Press, 1985. (13 contributors, pp. vi + 235).

Selected Recent Articles in  Scholarly Journals, Books, and Reference Works (sole author unless otherwise indicated)

“A New Introduction,” in Wilhelm Bousset, Kyrios Christos:  A History of the Belief in Christ from the Beginnings of Christianity to Irenaeus. Trans. J. E. Steeley. Reprint edition, Waco:  Baylor University Press, 2013.  Pp. v-xix

“Interactive Diversity:  A Proposed Model of Christian Origins.”  Journal of Theological Studies 2013.  Online version:  http://jts.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/full/flt063?ijkey=NCnfzTopn0tFhcv&keytype=ref.  Print version:  Journal of Theological Studies 64 (2013):  445-62.

“How Do We Recognize ‘Ancient Jewish Monotheism’ in the Hellenistic and Roman Periods?” Journal of Ancient Judaism, forthcoming 2013.

“Resurrection-Faith and the ‘Historical’ Jesus,” Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus 11 (2013):  35-52.

“Worship in the New Testament and Earliest Christianity”. In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Biblical Studies, http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780195393361/obo-9780195393361-0141.xml.

Larry Hurtado & Chris Keith. “Book Writing and Production in the Hellenistic and Roman Period.” (L. W. Hurtado and Chris Keith).  New Cambridge History of the Bible: From the Beginnings to 600, eds. James Carleton-Paget & Joachim Schaper.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2013.  Pp. 63-80

“Christology in Acts:  Jesus in Early Christian Belief and Practice.”  In Issues in Luke-Acts, eds. Sean A. Adams and Michael W. Pahl.  Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2012.  Pp. 217-37.  ISBN:  978-1-60724-160-7.

“The Early New Testament Papyri:  A Survey of their Significance.” Pp. 1-18 in Papyrologie und Exegese:  Die Auslegung des Neuen Tesetaments im Licht der Papyri, ed. Jens Herzer.  WUNT 2.341.  Tuebingen:  Mohr Siebeck, 2012.

“Manuscripts and the Sociology of Early Christian Reading.”  In The Early Text of the New Testament, eds. Charles E. Hill, Michael J. Kruger.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2012.  Pp. 49-62.   ISBN:  978-0-19-956636-5.

“What do Earliest Christian Manuscripts Tell Us About Their Readers?”  In The World of Jesus and the Early Church:  Identity and Interpretation in Early Communities of Faith, ed. C. A.   Evans. Peabody, MA:  Hendrickson Publishers, 2011.  Pp. 179-92 .

“Summing Up and Concluding Observations.” In Who is this Son of Man?  Latest Scholarship   on a Puzzling Expression of the Historical Jesus, eds. Larry W. Hurtado & Paul L. Owen. London:  T&T Clark, 2011.  Pp. 159-77.

“The King James Bible and Biblical Scholarship,” Expository Times 122/10 (2011): 478-89.

“Early Devotion to Jesus:  A Report, Reflections and Implications.” Expository Times 122/4 (2011):  167-76.

“Going for the Bigger Picture:  Eldon Epp as Textual Critic.”  TC:  A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism 15 (2010).  http://rosetta.reltech.org/TC/v15/Hurtado2010.pdf.

“The Origins of Jesus-Devotion:  A Response to Crispin Fletcher-Louis.” Tyndale Bulletin 61 (2010):  1-20.

“Bibbia – Nuovo Testamento.” Dizionario del sapere storico-religioso del Novecento.   Ed. Alberto Melloni.  Bologna:  Il Mulino, 2010.  Pp. 140-60.

“Monotheism, Principal Angels, and the Background of Christology.” The Oxford Handbook of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Eds. J. J. Collins, T. H. Lim.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2010.  Pp. 546-64.  ISBN 978-0-19-920723-7.

“Worship in the NT, Christian.”  New Interpreters’ Dictionary of the Bible, Gen. Ed., Katharine Doob Sakenfeld.  Nashville:  Abingdon Press, 2009. Vol. 5, pp. 910-23.

“Christology, NT.” New Interpreters’ Dictionary of the Bible, Gen. Ed., Katharine Doob Sakenfeld.  Nashville:  Abingdon Press, 2009. Vol. 1, pp. 612-22.

“Monotheism.” Dictionary of Early Judaism, Eds. John J. Collins and Dan C. Harlow.  Grand Rapids:  Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2010.  Pp. 961-64.

“Mediator Figures.”  Dictionary of Early Judaism, Eds. John J. Collins and Dan C. Harlow.  Grand Rapids:  Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2010.  Pp.  926-29.

“The Women, the Tomb, and the Climax of Mark.” in A Wandering Galilean:  Essays in  Honour of  Sean Freyne . Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism, 132.  Leiden:   Brill, 2009.  Pp. 427-51. (ISBN  978 90 04 17355 2)

“Early Christian Manuscripts as Artifacts,” in Jewish and Christian Scripture as Artifact and Canon,ed. Craig A. Evans and Daniel Zacharias (Library of Second Temple Studies,70; Leiden:  Brill, 2009).  Pp. 66-80.  (ISBN 978-0-567-58485-4)

“New Testament Studies in the Twentieth Century.”  Religion 39 (2009): 43-57.

“Jesusverehrung und die Frömmigkeit des Judentums zur Zeit des zweiten Tempels,”  Evangelische Theology 68(2008), 266-85.  ISSN 0014-3502.

“The Greek Fragments of the Gospel of Thomas as Artefacts:  Papyrological Observations on     Papyrus Oxyrhynchus 1, Papyrus Oxyrhynchus 654 and Papyrus Oxyrhynchus 655,” in Das Thomasevangelium:  Entstehung – Rezeption – Theologie, eds. Jörg Frey, Enno Edzard Popkes,  Jens Schröter.  Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft 157.      Berlin/New York:  Walter de Gruyter, 2008.  Pp. 19-32.  ISBN 978-3-11-020246-5.

“Martin Hengel’s Impact on English-Speaking Scholarship,” Expository Times 120 (2008), 70-76.

“The ‘Meta-Data’ of Earliest Christian Manuscripts.” In Identity and Interaction in the Ancient Mediterranean.  Jews, Christians and Others:  Essays in Honour of Stephen G. Wilson, eds.  Zeba A. Crook and Philip A. Harland.  Sheffield:  Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2007.  Pp. 149-63.   ISBN 978-1-906055-17-2.

“Remembering and Revelation:  The Historic and Glorified Jesus in the Gospel of John.”  In Israel’s God and Rebecca’s Children:  Christology and Community in Early Judaism and Christianity, Essays in Honor of Larry W. Hurtado and Alan F. Segal, eds. D. B. Capes, A. D. DeConick, H. K. Bond, T. A. Miller.  Waco:  Baylor University Press, 2007. Pp. 195-213.  ISBN 978-1-60258-026-8.

“The Binitarian Pattern of Earliest Christian Devotion and Early Doctrinal Development,” in The Place of Christ in Liturgical Prayer: Trinity, Christology and Liturgical Theology, ed.   Brian Spinks.  Collegeville, MN:  Liturgical Press, 2008.  Pp. 23-50. ISBN 978-08146-6018-8.

“‘Jesus’ as God’s Name, and Jesus as God’s Embodied Name in Justin Martyr,” in Justin  Martyr and His Worlds, eds. Sara Parvis and Paul Foster.  Minneapolis:  Augsburg Fortress Press, 2007.  Pp. 128-36.  ISBN  978-0-8006-6212-7.

“Introduction,” in The Freer Biblical Manuscripts:  Fresh Studies of an American Treasure Trove, ed. L. W. Hurtado.  Atlanta:  Society of Biblical Literature, 2006.  Pp. 1-15.  ISBN 1- 58983-206-6.

“The New Testament in the Second Century:  Text, Collections and Canon,” in Transmission and Reception:  New Testament Text-Critical and Exegetical Studies, eds. J. W. Childers and D. C. Parker.  “Texts and Studies.”  Piscataway, NJ:  Gorgias Press, 2006.  Pp. 3-27.  ISBN 1-59333-367-6.

“The Staurogram in Early Christian Manuscripts:  The Earliest Visual Reference to the Crucified Jesus?  In New Testament Manuscripts:  Their Text and Their World, ed. Thomas J. Kraus and Tobias Nicklas.  “Texts and Editions for New Testament Study,” 2.  Leiden:  Brill 2006.  Pp. 207-26.  ISBN-10: 90 04 14945 7.

“To Live and Die for Jesus:  Social and Political Consequences of Devotion to Jesus in Earliest Christianity,” Svensk exegetisk årsbok 70 (2005), 309-31.

“Jesus Resurrection in the Early Christian Texts:  An Engagement with N. T. Wright,” Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus 3 (2005) 197-208.

“Jesus’ Death a Paradigmatic in the New Testament,” Scottish Journal of Theology 57/4 (2004), 413-33.

“The Earliest Christian Artifacts:  Manuscripts and Christian Origins,” SBL Forum.  (www.sbl-site.org/Article.aspx?ArticleId-304).

“Devotion to Jesus and Historical Investigation:  A Grateful, Clarifying and Critical Response to Professor Casey,” Journal for the Study of the New Testament 27/1 (2004) 97-104 (response to review-essay in the same journal-issue by Maurice Casey, pp. 83-96, on my book, Lord Jesus Christ.)

“P45 and the Textual History of the Gospel of Mark,” in The Earliest Gospels, The Origins and Transmission of the Earliest Christian Gospels.  The Contribution of the Chester Beatty Gospel Codex P45, ed. Charles Horton.  Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplements, 30.  London:  T&T Clark International, 2004.  pp. 132-48.  ISBN 0-567-08389-6.

“Does Philo Help Explain Early Christianity?” in Philo and the New Testament–the New Testament and Philo, eds. Roland Deines, Karl-Wilhelm Niebuhr.  Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament, 172.  Tübingen:  Mohr Siebeck, 2004.  Pp. 73-92.  ISBN 3-148396-0.

“Monotheism,” Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of Scripture, gen. ed. Kevin J. Vanhoozer.  Grand Rapids:  Baker Academic Press; London:  SPCK, 2005. Pp. 519-21.

“Paul’s Christology,” CambridgeCompanion to St. Paul, ed. J. D. G. Dunn.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2003. Pp. 185-98.

“P52 (P.Rylands Gk. 457) and the Nomina Sacra:  Method and Probability,” Tyndale Bulletin, 54.1 (2003), pp. 1-14.

“The Origin and Development of Christ-Devotion:  Forces and Factors,” in Christian Origins:  Worship, Belief and Society, ed. Kieran J. O’Mahony.  “Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplements”.  Sheffield:  Sheffield Academic Press, 2003.  Pp. 52-82.

“Homage to the Historical Jesus and Early Christian Devotion,” Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus 1 (2003), pp.131-46.

“The Earliest Evidence of an Emerging Christian Material and Visual Culture:  The Codex, the Nomina Sacra, and the Staurogram,” in Text and Artifact in the Religions of Mediterranean Antiquity:  Essays in Honour of Peter Richardson, edited by Stephen G. Wilson and Michel Desjardins.  “Studies in Christianity and Judaism 9; Waterloo:  Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2000. Pp. 271-88.

“The Binitarian Shape of Early Christian Worship,” in The Jewish Roots of Christological Monotheism:  Papers from the St. Andrews Conference on Historical Origins of the Worship of Jesus, ed. Carey C. Newman, James R. Davila and Gladys S. Lewis.  Leiden:  E. J. Brill, 1999. Pp. 187-213.

“Religious Experience and Religious Innovation in the New Testament,” the 1998 T. W. Manson Memorial Lecture, given in the University of Manchester 29 October 1998.  Journal of Religion 80/2(2000),  pp. 183-205.

“Pre-70 C.E. Jewish Opposition to Christ-Devotion,” Journal of Theological Studies 50(1999), pp. 35-58.

“Jesus’ Divine Sonship in Paul’s Epistle to the Romans,” in Romans and the People of God:  Essays in Honor of Gordon D. Fee on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday, edited by Sven Soderlund and N. T. Wright.  Grand Rapids:  Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1999. Pp. 217-33.

“Beyond the Interlude?  Developments and Directions in New Testament Textual Criticism,” in Studies in the Early Text of the Gospels and Acts, ed. D. G. K. Taylor.  Birmingham:  University of Birmingham Press, 1999.  Pp. 26-48.  This book also appears as volume 1 in “Text-Critical Studies”, Atlanta:  Society of Biblical Literature, 1999.

“New Testament Studies at the Turn of the Millennium:  Questions for the Discipline,” Scottish Journal of Theology 52(1999), pp. 158-78.  (Reprinted in Evangel 18/2[2000], 55-63.)

“The Origin of the Nomina Sacra: A Proposal,” Journal of Biblical Literature 117 (1998), pp. 655-73.

“First-Century Jewish Monotheism,” Journal for the Study of the New Testament 71 (1998),  pp. 3-26.

“Greco-Roman Textuality and the Gospel of Mark:  A Critical Assessment of Werner Kelber’s The Oral and Written Gospel,” Bulletin of Biblical Research 7(1997), pp. 91-106.

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