Charlesworth

George L. Collord Professor of New Testament Language and Literature
Department of Biblical Studies
313 Lenox House
Phone: 609.497.7920
Fax: 609.497.7723 or 609.497.9485
Email: james.charlesworth@ptsem.edu
(Methodist)


CURRICULUM VITAE


EDUCATION

 

A.B. Ohio Wesleyan University 1962
B.D. Duke Divinity School 1965
Ph.D. Duke Graduate School 1967
Dissertation: A Critical Examination of the Odes of Solomon: Identification, Text, Original Language, Date
E.T. École biblique et archéologique française de Jérusalem 1969
Thesis: The Provenance of the Odes of Solomon


EMPLOYMENT
Assistant Professor of Religion, Duke University 1969-74
Associate Professor of Religion, Duke University 1975-84
Director, International Center on Christian Origins, Duke University 1975-84
Alexander von Humboldt Fellow, Universitat Tübingen
1983-84
1996
George L. Collord Professor of New Testament Language and Literature, Princeton
Theological Seminary
1984-
Director of the Syrus Sinaiticus Project at Santa Catherina, Sinai 1977-
Editor and Director of the Princeton Theological Seminary Dead Sea Scrolls Project 1985-
Lady Davis Visiting Professor, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel 1988
2001
Annual Professor, W.F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research, Jerusalem, Israel

1998-99
Distinguished Visiting Professor, Naples University
2003
McCarthy Professor, Pontificia Università Gregoriana, Rome, Italy 2005




ACADEMIC HONORS, SOCIETIES, AND RESPONSIBILITIESHonors and Recognitions

Kappa Kappa Psi [Ohio Wesleyan University]
Phi Beta Kappa [Duke University]
Eleve Titulaire de 1’École biblique avec la mention “Très Honorable” 1969
Biblical Archaeology Society Publication Awards:
Best Academic Biblical Books for 1993 and 1994 1995
Best Book on the Old Testament 1984
Special Award for a Book of Outstanding Merit 1986
Top Fifteen Most Outstanding Professors, Duke University
1983
Selected as an Outstanding Educator of America 1975
Inducted into Duke University’s Old Trinity Club
Elected to Det Kongelige Norske Videnskabers Selskab [The Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters] (elected in 2000)
Frank Moore Cross Award, American Schools of Oriental Research [“for outstanding Contributions as editor and author to philology and archaeology”] first recipient 1997
Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, Rocky Mountain College [DHL]
2006
Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, Philippine Christian University [DHL] 2009




Medals

British Universities Sports Federation: British Universities Championship Basketball [Scottish National Team Came in Third] 1968
Distinguished Achievement Citation, Ohio Wesleyan University 1995
Comenius Medal, Charles University, Prague 2003
Pentecost Medal; Presented by His Beatitude, the Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem, Theophilus III 2006
A medal from the Brancoveanu Monastery in Sâmbãta de Sus, Romania 2008



Books Dedicated to Charlesworth:

 

J. Neusner, Christian Faith and the Bible of Judaism. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1987.
I. H. Henderson and G. S. Oegema, editors. The Changing Face of Judaism, Christianity, and Other Greco- Roman Religions in Antiquity. Studien zu den Jüdischen Schriften aus hellenistisch-römischer Zeit 2.
Gütersloh: Gütersloher Verlagshaus, 2006.
C. D. Elledge, Life after Death in Early Judaism. WUNT 2.208; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2006.
M. Lattke, Oden Salomos: Text, Übersetzung, Kommentar. NTOA 41/3. Fribourg: Academic Press Fribourg and Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2005.
M. T. Davis and B. A. Strawn, eds. Qumran Studies: New Approaches, New Questions. Grand Rapids and Cambridge: Eerdmans, 2007.
C. Keener, The Historical Jesus of the Gospels. Grand Rapids, Cambridge: Eerdmans, 2009.


Archaeological Experience

Mount Gerazim, Area Supervisor [ASOR] 1968
Jerusalem, Ein Gedi, [part time] 1998-
Nazareth, Area Supervisor 1998
Bethsaida, Area Supervisor 2006
Khirbet Beza, Co-director
2007
Migdal, Excavator 2007-



Professional Societies

 

Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas
Co-convener of the Diatessaron Seminar 1971-75
Chairman of the Pseudepigrapha Seminar (Founder) 1976-84
Co-convener of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Christian Origins Seminar (Founder) 1993-1998
Co-convener of the OTP and Christian Origins Seminar (Founder) 1999-2005
Editorial Board for New Testament Studies and SNTS
Monograph Series
1979-84
American Academy of Religion (AAR)
National: Group on the Social World of Early Christianity: Steering Committee 1974-79
Society of Biblical Literature (SBL)
National:
Pseudepigrapha Group, Secretary of Steering Committee 1969-85
Editor of SBL Pseudepigrapha Newsletter 1970-85
Editorial Board of SBL Texts and Translations: Pseudepigrapha Series (ex officio) 1975-85
SBL Forum Advisory Board 2002-09
Co-chair, The Function of Apocryphal and Pseudepigraphical Writings 2006-10
National Endowment for the Humanities, Reviewer of Grants 1975-
Canadian Humanities Council, Reviewer of Grants 1980-
Catholic Biblical Association
Catholic Biblical Quarterly, Board of Associate Editors 1987-90
Ancient Biblical Manuscript Center, School of Theology at Claremont, Board of Advisors
Leeds University Oriental Society 1969-84
International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies 1975-84
American Schools of Oriental Research
Editorial Committee of “Special Volume Series of the ASOR” 1979-82
Ancient Scrolls Committee 1980-
Chairman of the Subcommittee on the Photographs of the Dead Sea Scrolls Qumran Section, Co-convener 2010-
American Association of University Professors 1969-
Religious Studies Review (Published by the Council on the Study of Religion) 1978-84
Responsible for publications on Qumran, Pseudepigrapha, Apocrypha and Cognate Literature
Princeton International Colloquy, Chairman of Steering Committee 1987
Princeton Theological Seminary Dead Sea Scrolls Project, Director and Editor 1985-
Anchor Bible Dictionary, Editorial Consultant 1985
Princeton Theological Seminary Fulbright Committee, Chairman 1985-
Institute for Semitic Studies, Founding Member and Board of Trustees 1985-2000
Princeton Seminary Bulletin, Advisory Committee 1984-89
Bible Review, Editorial Advisory Board 1984-
Foundation on Christian Origins, President 1978-
Explorations, Co-founder and Editor 1986-99
Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha and Related Literature, Founder and Editor 1986-
JSP Supplement Series of Monographs, Founder and Editor 1986-
Neumann Symposium, Advisory Committee 1986-90
Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada, Grant Referee
Time-Life Books, series on miracles, consultant 1988
Princeton-Prague Symposium on the Historical Jesus, Co-convener 2006-




SCHOLARSHIOPS AND FELLOWSHIPS

 

Stuyvesant Scholar, Ohio Wesleyan University 1958-62
Merit Scholar, Senior Honors Scholar, Duke Divinity School 1962-65
Gurney-Harris-Kearns Fellow, Duke Graduate School of Religion 1965-67
Dempster Fellow, Duke Graduate School of Religion 1966-67
Fulbright Fellow, Edinburgh University 1967-68
Thayer Fellow of the ASOR, Jerusalem 1968-69
Fellow of the American Council of Learned Societies
1973-74
Fellow of Wolfson College and Fellow of Yarnton Manor, Oxford 2008



Grants [selected]
National Geographic Society 1982
National Endowment for the Humanities 1983, 1986-87
Duke University Research Council (many major and minor grants) 1970-83
Princeton Theological Seminary Research Council (many) 1985-
Moody Foundation
1984-85
Mary Duke Biddle Foundation
1975-80
Edith C. Blum Foundation 1990-





Distinguished Lectureships [Selected]

Welch Lectures, Brigham Young University 1977
Gunning (Victoria Jubilee) Lectures, Edinburgh University 1985
Haskell Lectures, Oberlin College 1986, 1987
W.A. Sanderson Lectures, University of Melbourne 1989
International Colloquy on Calendar and Time, Addis Ababa 2008
The First Truman Madsen Lecture, BYU 2009
CBA Lectures, Manila, Philippines 2009
Chuen King Lecturer in Hong Kong 2010


DOCUMENTARIES AND TELEVISION SPECIALS [Selected]

 
“The Dead Sea Scrolls” BBC [2006]

Biblical Consultant for “The Lives of Peter and Paul,” the major CBS movie for 1981
“Raiders of the Lost Scrolls” CVTC and BBC
“The Real Face of Jesus” BBC, Discovery Channel [seen by 175 million viewers]
“Jesus: The Complete Story:
The Early Years,” “The Mission,” “The Last Days” Discovery Channel
“The Virgin Mary” BBC and History Channel [2002]
“Jesus’ Family” Discovery Channel [2006]
Biblical and Archaeological Critic for Discovery’s “Jesus’ Family Tomb” [2007]
“Who Framed Jesus?” [2010]





Listed In [Selected]

 

Who’s Who in America
Who’s Who in Religion
The British National Bibliography
Directory of American Scholars Men of Achievement
International Who’s Who in Education
Dictionary of International Biography
The Book of Honor
Personalities of the Americas
Community Leaders of America
Two Thousand Notable Americans
The International Directory of Distinguished Leadership
The International Book of Honor
The Biographical Roll of Honor Contemporary Authors
Who’s Who in Biblical Studies and Archaeology
Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers & Educators


NON-ACADEMIC RESPONSIBILITIE

Religion:
Denomination: Ordained United Methodist Minister
Deacon (1963), Elder (1972), Western North Carolina Conference
Charge: Centenary United Methodist Church, Winston-Salem, NC
Minister in Residence, Duke Memorial United Methodist Church, Durham, NC 1978-84
Sermons include those given in First Methodist Church, Edinburgh, Scotland, Stanford Memorial Church, and Duke University Chapel
Wesley Foundation, Duke University (former trustee)
Duke Student Foreign Mission Fund Committee
Athletics:
Varsity Basketball, University of Edinburgh


All Southeast, All Scotland, All Great Britain, Awarded the University Blue
British Universities Championship, bronze medal [basketball; 1968]
Music:
Taught brass wind instruments at Ziggy Cole Music Company, Delaware, OH
Ohio Wesleyan Concert Band: Trumpet Soloist 1960-62
Duke University Symphony Orchestra: First Trumpet 1962-63
Community Service [Selected]
Hassle House, Board of Trustees, Durham, N.C.



PUBLICATIONS
1968:
“Kierkegaard and Optical Linguistics,” Kierkegaardiana 7 (1968) 131-34.
1969:
“A Critical Comparison of the Dualism in 1QS III, 13-IV, 26 and the ‘Dualism’ Contained in the Fourth Gospel,” New Testament Studies 15 (1969) 389-416.
“The Odes of Solomon—not Gnostic,” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 31 (1969) 357-69.
“Saint Paul et Qumran,” Revue Biblique 76 (1969) 624-26.
1970:
Tools for the Study of the Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and Cognate Works. Durham, NC: Bowen. Pp. 1-106.
“Merleau-Ponty’s Phenomenological Description of ‘Word,’” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 30 (1970) 609-13.
“Paronomasia and Assonance in the Syriac Text of the Odes of Solomon,” Semitics 1 (1970) 12-26.
“Les Odes de Salomon et les manuscrits de la mer morte,” Revue Biblique 77 (1970) 522-49.
1971:
“The SBL Pseudepigrapha Project,” Bulletin of the Council on the Study of Religion 2 (1971) 24-25.
“The Renaissance of Pseudepigrapha Studies: the SBL Pseudepigrapha Project,” Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic and Roman Period 2 (1971) 107-14.
“Some Reflections on Present Work on the Pseudepigrapha,” The Society of Biblical Literature One Hundred Seventh Annual Meeting: Seminar Papers. Missoula, MT: SBL. Vol. 1, pp. 229-37.
1972:
Editor. John and Qumran. London: G. Chapman. Pp. xiv and 231.
“A Clearing House for the Publication of Jewish Apocryphal Literature,” Revue de Qumran 8.29 (1972) 160.
“Seeking the Historical Roots of Christianity: The Duke Symposium on Christian Origins,” The Duke Divinity School Review 37 (1972) 131-32.
"De Pseudepigraphorum Studio,” 1972 Proceedings: IOSCS, Pseudepigrapha, ed. R. A. Kraft. Septuagint and Cognate Studies 2. Missoula, MT: SBL. Pp. 129-35.
“בעותא” in Earliest Christianity,” in The Use of the Old Testament in the New and Other Essays: Studies in Honor of William Franklin Stinespring, ed. J. M. Efird. Durham: Duke University Press. Pp. 231-79.
“A Critical Comparison of the Dualism in 1QS 3:13-4:26 and the ‘Dualism’ Contained in the Gospel of John,” in John and Qumran, pp. 76-106.
“Qumran, John and the Odes of Solomon,” in John and Qumran, pp. 107-36.
1973:
The Odes of Solomon. Oxford: Clarendon Press. Pp. xv and 167.
“Jesus and Jehohanan: An Archaeological Note on Crucifixion,” Expository Times 84 (1973) 147-50.
“Some Cognate Studies to the Septuagint,” Bulletin of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies 6 (1973) 10-11.
with A. Culpepper, “The Odes of Solomon and the Gospel of John,” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 35 (1973) 298-322.
1974:
“Tatian’s Dependence upon Apocryphal Traditions,” The Heythrop Journal 15 (1974) 5-17.
Review of The Book of Judith: Greek Text with an English Translation, Commentary and
Critical Notes. By M. S. Enslin, ed. S. Zeitlin. JBL 93 (1974) 454-56.
Review of The Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament. By W. S. LaSor. JBL 93 (1974) 131-32.
1975:
“Early Syriac Inscriptions in and Around Antioch,” The Society of Biblical Literature: 1975 Seminar Papers, ed. G. MacRae. Missoula, MT: Scholars Press. Vol. 1, pp. 81-97.
1976:
The Pseudepigrapha and Modern Research. Septuagint and Cognate Studies 7. Missoula, MT.: Scholars Press. Pp. xiv and 245.
The Preliminary Report of the Library of Microfilms and Photographs of the Pseudepigrapha Institute. Durham, NC: ICSCO. Pp. ii and 14.
“New Insights into Christian Origins,” The North Carolina Catholic 30.33 (1976) 1, 11 (with one photograph).
“Jesus and the Pseudepigrapha,” Duke Divinity School in Ministry 2 (1976) 1, 6 (with a facsimile).
“The Odes of Solomon,” in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Supplementary Volume, ed. K. Grim et al. Nashville: Abingdon. Pp. 637-38.
1977:
“Reflections on the SNTS Pseudepigrapha Seminar at Duke on the Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs,” New Testament Studies 23 (1977) 296-304.
“‘Lost Books’ May Give New Insights into Jesus’ Time,” The Ohio Wesleyan Magazine 54.4 (1977) 14-16 (with two photographs).
“Jewish Astrology in the Talmud, Pseudepigrapha, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and Early Palestinian Synagogues,” Harvard Theological Review 70 (1977) 183-200.
“Translating the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha: A Report of International Projects,” Bulletin of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies 10 (1977) 11-21.
Review of The Bible in the Syropalestinian Version. Ed. M. H. Goshen-Gottstein with H. Shirun. JBL 96 (1977) 284-86.
Review of 1 Maccabees: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary. By J. A. Goldstein. Int 31 (1977) 198-202.
1978:
with S. Agourides, “A New Discovery of Old Manuscripts on Mt. Sinai: A Preliminary Report,” Biblical Archaeologist 41 (1978) 29-30 (with one photograph).
“Focus on the Pseudepigrapha,” The Circuit Rider 2 (1978) 6-8.
“Rylands Syriac MS 44 and a New Addition to the Pseudepigrapha: The Treatise of Shem, Discussed and Translated,” Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester 60 (1978) 376-403 (with a facsimile).
“New Developments in the Study of the Ecrits Intertestamentaires,” Bulletin of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies 11 (1978) 14-18.
“Messianism in the Pseudepigrapha and the Book of Mormon,” in Reflections on Mormonism: Judeo-Christian Parallels (Papers Delivered at the Religious Studies Center Symposium, Brigham Young University, March 10-11, 1978), ed. T. G. Madsen. Religious Studies Monograph Series 4. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center. Pp. 99-137.
1979:
The Pseudepigrapha and Modern Research with a Supplement. Septuagint and Cognate Studies 7. Missoula, MT.: Scholars Press. Pp. xiv and 245.
“Haplography and Philology: A Study of Ode of Solomon 16:8,” New Testament Studies 25 (1979) 221-27.
“The SNTS Pseudepigrapha Seminars at Tübingen and Paris on the Books of Enoch,” New Testament Studies 25 (1979) 315-23.
“St. Catharine’s Monastery: Myths and Mysteries,” Biblical Archaeologist 42 (1979) 174-79 (with 4 photographs).
“A History of Pseudepigrapha Research: The Re-emerging Importance of the Pseudepigrapha,” in Aufstieg und Niedergang der Romischen Welt, ed.W. Haase. Berlin, New York: Walter de Gruyter. Band II.19.1, pp. 54-88.
“The Concept of the Messiah in the Pseudepigrapha,” in Aufstieg and Niedergang der Römischen Welt, ed. W. Haase. Berlin, New York: Walter de Gruyter. Band I1.19,1, pp. 188-218.
Review of Responsibility for Evil in the Theodicy of IV Ezra. By A. L. Thompson. JBL 98 (1979) 465-67.
Review of La verite Bans Saint Jean. Vol. 1: Le Christ et la verite; 1’Espirit et la verite. Vol. 2: Le croyant et la Write. By Ignace de la Potterie. CBQ 41 (1979) 484-85.
1980:
“The Manuscripts of St. Catharine’s Monastery,” Biblical Archaeologist 43 (1980) 26-34 (with 8 photographs).
“The Origin and Subsequent History of the Authors of the Dead Sea Scrolls: Four Transitional Phases among the Qumran Essenes,” Revue de Qumran 38 (1980) 213-33.
“The Portrayal of the Righteous as an Angel,” in Ideal Figures in Ancient Judaism: Profiles and Paradigms, eds. J. J. Collins and G. W. E. Nickelsburg. Septuagint and Cognate Studies 12. Chico, CA: Scholars Press. Pp. 135-51.
1981:
The Pseudepigrapha and Modern Research With A Supplement. Septuagint and Cognate Studies 7S. Chico, CA: Scholars Press. Pp. xiv, 329.
Papyri and Leather Manuscripts of the Odes of Solomon. Dickerson Series of Facsimiles 1. Winston-Salem, NC: Hunter. Pp. 89.
“The New in Light of the Old: Measuring Advancements since APOT,” in Festgabe fur Christoph Burchard, ed. H. Thyen. Heidelberg. Pp. 8-20.
The New Discoveries in St. Catharine’s Monastery: A Preliminary Report on the Manuscripts, assisted by G. T. Zervos, foreword by D. N. Freedman. Ann Arbor, MI: American School of Oriental Research.
“Christian and Jewish Self-Definition in Light of the Christian Additions to the Apocryphal Writings,” in Jewish and Christian Self-Definition, Volume Two: Aspects of Judaism in the Graeco-Roman Period, ed. E. P. Sanders et al. Philadelphia: Fortress Press. Pp. 27-55, 310-315.
Review of A Tribute to Arthur Vööbus: Studies in Early Christian Literature and Its Environment, Primarily in the Syrian East. Ed. R. H. Fischer. JNES 40 (1981) 62-4.
Review of A Manual of Palestinian Aramaic Texts. By J. A. Fitzmyer and D. J. Harrington. CBQ (1981) 290-92.
Review of A Wandering Aramean: Collected Aramaic Essays. By J.A. Fitzmyer. Interpretation 35 (1981) 429-32.
1982:
The History of the Rechabites: Vol. 1: The Greek Recension. SBL Texts and Translations 17; Pseudepigrapha Series 10. Chico, CA: Scholars Press.
“A Prolegomenon to a New Study of the Jewish Background of the Hymns and Prayers in the New Testament,” in Essays in Honour of Yigael Yadin, ed. J. Neusner and G. Vermes (Journal of Jewish Studies 33 [1982] 265-85). Oxford: Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies.
“The Historical Jesus in Light of Writings Contemporaneous with Him,” Aufstieg und Niedergand der Römischen Welt, ed. W. Haase. Berlin, New York: Walter de Gruyter. Band II. 25.1, pp. 451-76.
1983:
Editor, The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, Vol. 1: Apocalyptic Literature and Testaments. Garden City, NY: Doubleday and London: DLT. Pp. xix and 995.
Contributions to The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, Vol. 1:
“Introduction for the General Reader,” pp. xxi-xxxiv.
“The Treatise of Shem: Introduction, Translation and Notes,” pp. 473-86.
“Introduction to Apocalyptic Literature and Related Works,” pp. 3-4.
“Introduction to Testaments (Often with Apocalyptic Sections),” pp. 773-74.
1984:
Review of The Gospel of Thomas and Christian Wisdom. By Stevan L. Davies. CBQ 46 (1984) 785-87.
Slide Lecture Series: sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Editor of all six lectures. Author of J2 (“Literature in Early Judaism”) and J5 (“Astrology, Astronomy, and Magic”).
1985:
The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha: Expansions of the “Old Testament” and Legends, Wisdom and Literature, Prayers, Psalms and Odes, Fragments of Lost Judeo-Hellenistic Works Vol. 2 (editor). Garden City, NY: Doubleday and London: DLT.
The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha and the New Testament: Prolegomena for the Study of Christian Origins. SNTS Monograph Series 54. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
The Discovery of a Dead Sea Scroll (4QTherapeia) and its Importance in the History of Medicine and Jesus Research. Lubbock, TX: ICASALS.
Contributions to The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, Vol. 2:
“History of the Rechabites: Introduction, Translation and Notes,” pp. 443-61.
“Prayer of Jacob: Introduction, Translation and Notes,” pp. 715-23.
“The Odes of Solomon: Introduction, Translation and Notes,” pp. 725-71.
“The Prayer of Manasseh: Introduction, Translation and Notes,” pp. 625 37.
with J. A. Sanders, “More Psalms of David: Introduction, Translation and Notes,” pp. 609-24.
“Introduction to Expansions of the ‘Old Testament’ and Legends,” p. 5.
“Introduction to Wisdom and Philosophical Literature,” p. 477.
“Introduction to Prayers, Psalms and Odes,” p. 607.
“Preface to Fragments of Lost Judeo-Hellenistic Works,” pp. 775-76.
“The Significance of the New Edition of the Old Testament Pseudepigrapha,” in La litterature intertestamentaire: Colloque de Strasbourg (17-19 octobre 1983), ed. M. Philonenko. Bibliotheque des Centres d’Etudes Superieures Specialises. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France. Pp. 11-28.
“Research on the Historical Jesus Today: Jesus and the Pseudepigrapha, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Nag Hammadi Codices, Josephus, and Archaeology,” Princeton Seminary Bulletin 6.2 (1985) 98-115.
“The Triumphant Majority as Seen by a Dwindled Minority: The Outsider According to the Insider of the Jewish Apocalypses, 70-130,” in “To See Ourselves as Others See Us”: Christians, Jews, “Others” in Late Antiquity, ed. J. Neusner and E. S. Frerichs. Chico, CA: Scholars Press. Pp. 285-315.
“The Date of Jubilees and the Temple Scroll,” in Society of Biblical Literature 1985: Seminar Papers. Chico, CA: Scholars Press. Pp. 193 204.
“Pseudepigrapha,” in Harper’s Bible Dictionary, ed. P. J. Achtemeier. San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1985. Pp. 836-40.
“Research on the Historical Jesus,” Proceedings of the Irish Biblical Association 9 (1985) 19-37.
“Reflections on the Mysteries of St. Catherine’s Monastery,” Foreword to Secrets of Mount Sinai, ed. James Bentley. Garden City, NY. Pp. 4-7.
1986:
with M. Hengel and D. Mendels, “The Polemical Character of ‘On Kingship’ in the Temple Scroll: An Attempt at Dating 11QTemple,” Journal of Jewish Studies 37 (1986) 28-38.
“New Mt. Sinai Manuscripts,” Bible Review 2 (1986) 6-8.
“The Jewish Roots of Christology: The Discovery of the Hypostatic Voice,” Scottish Journal of Theology 39 (1986) 19-41.
“Semitisms in the New Testament and the Need to Clarify the Importance of the Syriac New Testament,” in Salvacion en la Palabra: Targum, Derash, Berith: En Memoria del Profesor Alejandro Diez Macho, ed. Domingo Munoz Leon. Madrid: Ediciones Cristiandad. Pp. 633-38.
“Jewish Hymns, Odes, and Prayers (ca. 167 B.C.E.-135 C.E.),” in Early Judaism and its Modern Interpreters, ed. R. A. Kraft and G. W. E. Nickelsburg. The Bible and Its Modern Interpreters. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1986. Pp. 411-36.
“4Q Therapeia (43.407): Cryptic Notes on the Medical Rounds of Omriel: A New Text and Translation,” in Medicine, Miracle and Magic in New Testament Times, by H. C. Kee. SNTS Monograph Series 55.
Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press. Pp. 128-34.
“From Barren Mazes to Gentle Rappings: The Emergence of Jesus Research,” Princeton Seminary Bulletin 7.2 (1986) 221-30.
“Greek, Persian, Roman, Syrian and Egyptian Influences in Early Jewish Theology: A Study of the History of the Rechabites,” in Hellenica et Judaica: Hommage A Valentin Nikiprowetzky), ed. A. Caquot et al. Leuven, lans: Peeters. Pp. 219-43.
“The Background and Foreground of Christian Origins,” Proceedings of the Irish Biblical Association 10 (1986) 40-54.
Contributions to the Illustrated Dictionary & Concordance of the Bible, ed. G. Wigoder et al. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Publishing House; London: Collier; New York: Macmillan:
“Resurrection,” pp. 856-57.
“Messiah,” pp. 682-84.
“Old Testament Pseudepigrapha,” pp. 834-36.
“Old Testament Apocrypha,” pp. 101-02.
1987:
The New Testament Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha: A Guide to Publications, with Excurses on Apocalypses. ALTA Bibliography Series 17. Metuchen, NJ and London: Scarecrow.
"Jewish Interest in Astrology During the Hellenistic and Roman Period,” in Aufstieg und Niedergang der Römischen Welt, ed. W. Haase. Berlin, New York: Walter de Gruyter. Band II.20.2. Pp. 926-56, VI Plates.
“Die Schrift des Sem: Einfuhrung, Text and Ubersetzung,” Aufstieg und Niedergang der Römischen Welt, ed. W. Haase. Berlin, New York: Walter de Gruyter. Band II.20.2. Pp. 951-87.
“JSP Editorial Purpose and Policy,” Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha 1 (1987) 3-4.
“The Need for Explorations,” Explorations 1.1 (l987) 1-2.
“Explorations: What it is Not,” Explorations 1.1 (1987) 1.
“The Dead Sea Scroll of Isaiah,” Explorations 1.1 (1987) 4.
“Neologisms: Their Origins—Anti-Semitism,” Explorations 1.1 (1987) 4.
“Who’s Who on the Editorial Board of Advisors,” Explorations 1.2 (1987) 1.
“A Misunderstood Recently Published Dead Sea Scroll,” Explorations 1.2 (1987) 2.
“The Pseudepigrapha as Biblical Exegesis,” in Early Jewish and Christian Exegesis: Studies in Memory of William Hugh Brownlee, ed. C.A. Evans and W.F. Stinespring. Atlanta: Scholars, 1987. Pp. 139-52.
“The Dawning of a New Epoch in Research on Christian Origins: The New English Pseudepigrapha,” in New Perspectives on Ancient Judaism [For Howard C. Kee at Sixty-five], ed. J. Neusner, P. Borgen, E. S. Frericks, R. Horsley, and J. Neusner. New York, London: University Press of America. Pp. 53-63.
“Biblical Literature: Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha,” in The Encyclopedia of Religion, ed. Mircea Eliade. New York: Macmillan. Vol. 2. Pp. 173-83.
“From Jewish Messianology to Christian Christology: Some Caveats and Perspectives,” in Judaisms and Their Messiahs, ed. J. Neusner, W.S. Green, E. Frerichs. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. 225-64.
Review of Jesus and Judaism, by E.P. Sanders. Journal for the American Academy of Religion 60.3 (1987) 622-24.
Review of Harper’s Bible Dictionary, by P.J. Achtemeier, P.J. (gen. ed.). Princeton Seminary Bulletin 8.2 (1987) 79.
Review of The New Testament: A Bibliography, by Daniel J. Harrington. Princeton Seminary Bulletin 8.2 1987) 81-84.
Editor Explorations, Explorations Monograph Series, Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha, JSP Monograph Series.




1988:
Jesus within Judaism: New Light from Exciting Archaeological Discoveries. Anchor Bible Reference Library 1. New York: Doubleday.
“The Prayer of Manasseh: The Classic Jewish Penitential Prayer,” Explorations 2.1 (1988) 2.
Articles in The World Book Encyclopedia (1988):
“James, Saint” (vol. 11, p. 27); “Mary (Mother of Jesus)” (vol. 13, p. 238); “Mary Magdalene” (vol. 13, p. 239); “Salome” (vol. 17, pp. 70-71); “Anne, Saint” (vol. 1, p. 517); “Elizabeth, Saint” (vol. 6, p. 240); “Lazarus” (vol. 12, pp. 147-48); “Jude, Epistle of” (vol. 11, p. 180); “Immaculate Conception” (vol. 10, p. 81); “Annunciation” (vol. 1, p. 518); “James, Epistle of” (vol. 1, pp. 25-26).
“Biblical Interpretation: The Crucible of the Pseudepigrapha,” in Text and Testimony: Essays on New Testament and Apocryphal Literature in Honour of A.F.J. Klijn, ed. T. Baarda, A. Hilhorst, G.P. Luttikhuizen, and A.S. van der Woude. Kappen: Uitgeuersmaatschappij J.H. Kok. Pp. 66-78.
“Research on the New Testament Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha,” in Aufstieg un Niedergang der Römischen Welt, pt. 2, vol. 25.5, ed. W. Haase. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
“Unprecedented Leadership from Scholars,” Explorations 2.2 (1988) 1, 4.
Review of A Formcritical Study of Selected Odes of Solomon, by Gerald R. Blaszczak. JBL 107.1 1988 134-35.
Review of Anti-Judaism in Early Christianity: Vol. 1: Paul and the Gospels, by P. Richardson with David Granskou, eds., and Anti-Judaism in Early Christianity: Vol. 2: Separation and Polemic, by Stephen G. Wilson. Princeton Seminary Bulletin 9.1 (1988) 71-72.
Review of What Crucified Jesus?, by Ellis Rivkin. Princeton Seminary Bulletin 9.3 (1988) 246-47.
Review of Rebecca’s Children: Judaism and Christianity in the Roman World, by Alan F. Segal. Princeton Seminary Bulletin 9.1 (1988) 72-73.
Editor, Explorations, Explorations Monograph Series, Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha and Related Literature, JSP Monograph Series.

1989:
“Borowitz Caricatures the Church: A Protestant Response,” Moment 14.3 (1989) 44-45.
“The Jewish Background of the Lord’s Prayer,” Abstracts: American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical Literature (1989) 115-16.
“The Righteous Teacher and the Historical Jesus: A Study of the Self-Understanding of Two Jewish Charismatics,” in Perspectives on Christology, ed. W.P. Weaver. Nashville: Exodus Press. Pp. 73-94.
Review of The People Called: The Growth of Community in the Bible, by Paul D. Hanson. Princeton Seminary Bulletin 10.1 (1989) 66-69.
Review of The Holy Land: An Archaeological Guide from Earliest Times to 1700, by Jerome Murphy-O’Connor. Princeton Seminary Bulletin 10.1 (1989) 69-70.
Editor Explorations, Explorations Monograph Series, Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha and Related Literature, JSP Monograph Series, Anchor Bible Reference Library, Anchor Bible Dictionary (Associate Editor).

1990:
Gli pseudepigrafi dell’Antico Testamento e ill Nuovo Testameno: Prolegomena allo studio delle origini cristiane. Trans. G. Boccaccini. Studi Biblici 91. Brecia: Paideia Editrice.
Editor. John and the Dead Sea Scrolls (ed.). Christian Origins Library. New York: Crossroad.
Co-Editor with J. Murphy-O’Connor. Paul and the Dead Sea Scrolls.. Christian Origins Library. New York: Crossroad.
Editor. Jews and Christians: Exploring the Past, Present, and Future. Shared Ground Among Jews and Christians 1. New York: Crossroad.
“David Flussner’s Vision,” Explorations 4.1 (1990) 1, 4.
“ASOR Reviews Ancient Manuscript Committee [Letter to Amir Drori],” Biblical Archaeologist 53.4 (1990) 235.
“The Beth Essentiae and the Permissive Meaning of the Hiphil (Aphel),” in Of Scribes and Scrolls: Studies on the Hebrew Bible, Intertestamental Judaism, and Christian Origins, ed. Harold W. Attridge, John J. Collins, and Thomas H. Tobin. College Theology Society Resources in Religion 5. New York and London: University Press of America. Pp. 67-78.
“Foreword”; “A Critical Comparison of the Dualism in 1QS 3:13-4:26 and the ‘Dualism’ in the Gospel of John”; “Qumran, John, and the Odes of Solomon,” in John and the Dead Sea Scrolls. Pp. xii-xvi; 76-106; 107-36.
“Foreword,” in Paul and the Dead Sea Scrolls. Pp. ix-xvi.
“Preface”; “Exploring Opportunities for Rethinking Relations Among Jews and Christians,” in Jews and Christians. Pp. 12-15; 35-39.
“Preface,” in Irish Biblical Apocrypha: Selected Texts in Translation, ed. Maire Herbert and Martin McNamara. Edinburgh: T&T Clark. Pp. xi-xii.
“From the Philopedia of Jesus to the Misopedia of the Acts of Thomas,” in By Study and Also by Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of his Eightieth Birthday 27 March 1990, ed. John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book Company. Vol. 1, pp. 46-66.
“Concerning the New Comprehensive Edition of the Previously Published Qumran Documents,” in Archaeology and History in the Dead Sea Scrolls: The New York University Conference in Memory of Yigael Yadin, ed. Lawrence H. Schiffman. JSPSS 8; JSOT/ASOR Monographs 2. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press. Pp. 132-33.
“Pseudepigraphy,” in Encyclopedia of Early Christianity, ed. E. Ferguson. New York and London: Garland Publishing. Pp. 765-67.
Review of Songs of the Sabbath Sacrifice: A Critical Edition, by Carol Newsome. Princeton Seminary Bulletin 11.3 (1990) 302-03.
Review of The Shadow of the Galilean: The Quest of the Historical Jesus in Narrative Form, by Gerd Theissen. Princeton Seminary Bulletin 11.2 (1990) 191-92.
Review of The World of Qumran from Within: Collected Studies, by Shemaryahu Talmon. Religious Studies Review 16.4 (1990) 359.
Review of Songs of the Sabbath Sacrifice: A Critical Edition, by Carol Newsome. Religious Studies Review 17.1 (1990) 82.
Review of The Arabic Text of the Apocalypse of Baruch, ed. F. Leemhuis and A.F.J. Klijn. Religious Studies Review 17.1 (1990) 81.
Editor, Princeton Theological Seminary Dead Sea Scrolls Project, Explorations, Explorations Monograph Series, Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha and Related Literature, JSP Supplement Series, Shared Ground Among Jews and Christians [Explorations], Christian Origins Library [Crossroad].

1991:
Editor with others. Graphic Concordance to the Dead Sea Scrolls. The Princeton Theological Seminary Dead Sea Scrolls Project. Tübingen: Mohr (Siebeck) and Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press.
Editor. Jesus’ Jewishness: Exploring the Place of Jesus within Early Judaism. Shared Ground Among Jews and Christians 2; New York: American Interfaith Institute, Crossroad.
Editor with J. J. Collins. Mysteries and Revelations: Apocalyptic Studies since the Uppsala Colloquium. JSPSS 9; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press.
“Anti-Semitism in Japan?” Explorations 5 (1991) 2.
“The Centenary of the École Biblique,” Princeton Seminary Bulletin 12 (1991) 56-61.
“Folk Tradition in Jewish Apocalyptic Literature,” in Mysteries and Revelations. Pp. 91-113.
“Preface”; “The Foreground of Christian Origins and the Commencement of Jesus Research”; “Jesus, Early Jewish Literature, and Archaeology”; “Annotated Bibliography,” in Jesus’ Jewishness. Pp. 13-16; 63-83; 177-98; 271-89.
“Qumran in Relation to the Apocrypha, Rabbinic Judaism, and Nascent Christianity: Impacts on University Teaching of Jewish Civilization in the Hellenistic-Roman Period,” in Jewish Civilization in the Hellenistic-Roman Period, ed. S. Talmon. Philadelphia: Trinity Press International. Pp. 169-80.
“Refreshing Developments in Italian Research,” in Middle Judaism: Jewish Thought, 300 B.C.E. to 200 C.E., by G. Boccaccini. Minneapolis: Fortress Press. Pp. xiii-xix.
Review of Mastering Greek Vocabulary, by Thomas A. Robinson. Princeton Seminary Bulletin 12 (1991) 374.
Review of Mikra: Text, Translation, Reading and Interpretation of the Hebrew Bible in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity, ed. Martin Jan Mulder. Princeton Seminary Bulletin 12 (1991) 107-10.
Review of The New Testament Background: Selected Documents (rev. ed.), ed. C.K. Barrett. Princeton Seminary Bulletin 12 (1991) 374-76.
Editor, Explorations, Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha and Related Literature.

1992:
Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls. New York: Doubleday.
Jesus dentro do Judaísmo: Novas Revelaçōes a partir de Estimulantes Descobertas Arqueológicas. Translated by Henrique de Araujo Mesquita. Rio de Janeiro: Imago Editora Ltda.
Editor. The Message of the Scrolls, by Yigael Yadin. New York: Crossroad.
Editor with J. Brownson, M.T. Davis, S.J. Kraftchick, and A.F. Segal, The Messiah: Developments in Earliest Judaism and Christianity. Minneapolis: Fortress.
Edited with K. Stendahl, The Scrolls and the New Testament. New York: Crossroad.
Edited with W.P. Weaver, What Has Archaeology to Do with Faith? Philadelphia: Trinity Press International.
“Discussing Anti-Judaism in the New Testament with Hans Küng,” Explorations 6.2 (1992) 1-2, 4.
“Hans Küng and a Global Faith,” Explorations 6.2 (1992) 2.
“Jewish Prayers in the Time of Jesus,” Princeton Seminary Bulletin, supplementary issue no. 2 (1992) 36-55.
“Passover in the Christian Calendar,” Explorations 6.1 (1992) 1.
“The Princeton Theological Seminary Dead Sea Scrolls Project,” Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha and Related Literatures 10 (1992) 5-10.
“Pope John Paul II and the Pontifical Commission for Relations with the Jews,” Explorations 6.1 (1992) 4.
“Princeton Theological Seminary Dead Sea Scrolls Project,” The Qumran Chronicle 2.1 (1992) 27-29.
“Sense or Sensationalism? The Dead Sea Scrolls Controversy,” The Christian Century 109.4 (January 29, 1992) 92-98.
“The Scrolls of Qumran,” The Christian Century 109.4 (January 29, 1992) 94.
“Supersessionism or God’s Awareness?” Biblical Archaeology Review 18.1 (Jan/Feb 1992) 72, 74-76.
The Anchor Bible Dictionary, ed. David Noel Freedman. 6 vols. New York: Doubleday:
“Apocrypha: Old Testament Apocrypha,” “Baruch, Book of 2 (Syriac),” “Baruch, Book of 3 (Greek),” “Codex Sinaiticus,” “Eldad and Modad,” “Forgiveness: Early Judaism,” “Hanina Ben-Dosa,” “Hilkiah the Hasid,” “Honi,” “Jacob, Ladder of,” “Jacob, Prayer of,” “Lost Tribes, The,” “Manasseh, Prayer of,” “Paradise,” “Prayer in Early Judaism,” “Pseudepigrapha, OT,” “Pseudonymity and Pseudepigraphy,” “Rechabites, History of,” “Sedrach, Apocalypse of,” “Shem, Treatise of,” “Sinaiticus, Syrus,” “Solomon, Odes of.”
“Enoch: Ancient Sources,” in Encyclopedia of Mormonism, ed. Daniel H. Ludlow. 5 vols. New York: Macmillan; vol. 1, pp. 459-60.
“Judaism,” in A New Handbook of Christian Theology, ed. Donald. W. Musser and Joseph L. Price. Nashville: Abingdon.
“An Allegorical and Autobiographical Poem by the Moreh has-Sedeq (1QH 8:4-11),” in Sha’arei Talmon: Studies in the Bible, Qumran, and the Ancient Near East Presented to Shemaryahu Talmonu, ed. M. Fishbane and E. Tov, with W.W. Fields. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns. Pp. 295-307.
“Christians and Jews in the First Six Centuries,” in Christianity and Rabbinic Judaism: A Parallel History of their Origins and Early Development, ed. Hershel Shanks. Washington: Biblical Archaeology Society. Pp. 305-25.
“Expressing the Inconceivable,” in Artists Confronting the Inconceivable, ed. Irvin J. Borowsky. Philadelphia: American Interfaith Institute. P. 9.
“From Messianology to Christology: Problems and Prospects,” in The Messiah: Developments in Earliest Judaism and Christianity. Pp. 3-35.
“The Genius of Yadin,” in The Message of the Scrolls. Pp. 1-5.
“Has the Name ‘Peter’ Been Found among the Dead Sea Scrolls,” in Christen und Christliches in Qumran? ed. Bernhard Mayer. Regensburg: Verlag Friedrich Pustet. Pp. 213-25.
“The Timelessness of The Scrolls and the New Testament,” in The Scrolls and the New Testament. Pp. vii-ix.
“The Vatican’s Lead against Anti-Semitism and Anti-Judaism,” in Every Day Remembrance Day: A Chronicle of Jewish Martyrdom, by Simon Wiesenthal. Philadelphia: American Interfaith Institute. Pp. vii-ix.
Editor, Explorations and Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha and Related Literature.

1993:
Editor with F.X. Blisard and J.L. Gorham. Overcoming Fear Between Jews and Christians. Shared Ground Among Jews and Christians 3. New York: Crossroad and American Interfaith Institute.
Editor with C.A. Evans. The Pseudepigrapha and Early Biblical Interpretation. JSPSS 14. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press.
Editor with W.P. Weaver. The Old and New Testaments: Their Relationship and the “Intertestamental Literature.” Faith and Scholarship Colloquies. Valley Forge: Trinity Press International.
Co-author with R.E. Whitaker, “The Dead Sea Scrolls: The New Critical Edition and Translation Prepared on Computers,” Zeitschrift für Althebraistik 6 (1993) 239-42.
“L’ebraicità di Gesù: Nuove testimonianze archeologiche e documentaire,” Amicizia Ebraico-Cristina 28 (1993) 6-18.
“Is the Bible Anti-Semitic?” Explorations 7.2 (1993) 1, 8.
“Is the New Testament Anti-Semitic or Anti-Jewish?” Explorations 7.2 (1993) 2-3.
“Reinterpreting John: How the Dead Sea Scrolls Have Revolutionized Our Understanding of the Gospel of John,” Bible Review 9.1 (Feb. 1993) 19-25, 54.
“Repenser Jesus Juif,” Service International de Documentation Judéo-Chrétienne 26.3 (1993) 3-13.
“Faith Grounded in History,” in Faith without Prejudice: Rebuilding Christian Attitudes toward Judaism, ed. E.J. Fisher. New York: Crossroad and American Interfaith Institute.
“Fear: A Perennially Present Anguish,” in Overcoming Fear Between Jews and Christians. Pp. 1-20.
“In the Crucible: The Pseudepigrapha as Biblical Interpretation,” in The Pseudepigrapha and Early Biblical Interpretation. Pp. 20-43.
“Jewish Prayers in the Time of Jesus,” in The Lord’s Prayer: Perspectives for Reclaiming Christian Prayer, ed. D.L. Migliore. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans. Pp. 36-55.
“Prayer in the New Testament in Light of Contemporary Jewish Prayers,” in Society of Biblical Literature 1993 Seminar Papers, ed. E.H. Lovering, Jr. Atlanta: Scholars Press. Pp. 773-86.
Review of Das Christentum: Eine jüdische Religion, by D. Flusser. Critical Review of Books in Religion 1992, ed. E.J. Epp. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1992. Pp. 195-98.
Review of Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels, ed. J.B. Green, S. McKnight, and I.H. Marshall. Princeton Seminary Bulletin 14 (1993) 300-02.
Review of Understanding the Dead Sea Scrolls: A Reader from the Biblical Archaeology Review, ed. H. Shanks. Theology Today 49 (Jan. 1993) 548-50.
Editor, Explorations, Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha and Related Literature.

1994:
Editor with W.P. Weaver. Images of Jesus Today. Faith and Scholarship Colloquies 3. Valley Forge: Trinity Press International.
Editor with M. Harding and M. Kiley. The Lord’s Prayer and Other Prayer Texts from the Greco-Roman Era. Valley Forge: Trinity Press International.
Editor. Rule of the Community and Related Documents. The Princeton Theological Seminary Dead Sea Scrolls Project 1. Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr [Paul Siebeck]; Louisville: Westminster John Knox.
Gesù nel giudaismo del suo tempo: all luce delle più recenti scoperte. Piccola biblioteca teologica 30. Turin: Claudiana.
“Biblical Archaeology: Good Grounds for Faith,” U.S. Catholic 59.7 (July 1994) 14-19.
“The Dead Sea Scrolls Controversy,” Explorations 8.2 (1994) 4, 8.
“‘Jews,’ ‘Pagans,’ and ‘Christians’ in Antiquity and Our Search for ‘The Next Step,’” Explorations 8.1 (1994) 1-2.
“New Discoveries about Jesus,” Catholic Digest 58.12 (Oct. 1994) 94-101.
“Philo: The Jewish Genius of Alexandria,” Explorations 8.1 (1994) 2.
Preface, Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha and Related Literatures 10 (1992) 3-4.
Co-author with L.T. Stuckenbruck , “Blessings (1QSb),” in Rule of the Community and Related Documents. Pp. 119-31.
“A Caveat on Textual Transmission and the Meaning of ABBA: A Study of the Lord’s Prayer,” in The Lord’s Prayer and Other Prayer Texts from the Greco-Roman Era. Pp. 1-14.
Co-author with E. Qimron, “Cave IV Fragments (4Q255-264 = 4QS MSS A-J),” in Rule of the Community and Related Documents. Pp. 53-103.
“Consistency Chart,” in Rule of the Community and Related Documents. P. xiii.
“Jesus in the Agrapha and Apocryphal Gospels,” in Studying the Historical Jesus: Evaluations of the State of Current Research, ed. B. Chilton and C.A. Evans. Leiden: Brill. Pp. 479-533.
“Jesus Research Expands with Chaotic Creativity,” in Images of Jesus Today. Pp. 113-16.
“Morphological and Philological Observations: Preparing the Critical Text and Translation of the Serek Ha-Yahad,” in Methods of Investigation of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Khirbet Qumran Site: Present Realities and Future Prospects, ed. M.O. Wise, N. Golb, J.J. Collins, and D.G. Pardee. New York: New York Academy of Sciences. Pp. 271-83.
“Possible Fragments of the Rule of the Community (5Q11),” in Rule of the Community and Related Documents. Pp. 105-07.
Co-author with E. Qimron, “Rule of the Community (1QS),” in Rule of the Community and Related Documents. Pp. 1-51.
Co-author with L.T. Stuckenbruck, “Rule of the Congregation (1QSa),” in Rule of the Community and Related Documents. Pp. 108-17.
Editor, Explorations, Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha and Related Literature.

1995:
The Beloved Disciple. Valley Forge: Trinity Press International.
Editor. Damascus Document, War Scroll, and Related Documents. PTSDSSP 2. Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr [Paul Siebeck]; Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press.
Editor with W.P. Weaver. Earthing Christologies: From Jesus’ Parables to Jesus the Parable. Faith and Scholarship Colloquies. Valley Forge: Trinity Press International.
Editor. The Faith of Qumran: Theology of the Dead Sea Scrolls, by H. Ringgren. New York: Crossroad.
Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls. Anchor Bible Reference Library. New York: Doubleday.
Editor. Qumran Questions. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press.
“The Discovery of Scrolls in Petra,” Explorations 9.2 (1995) 3-4.
“Petra: The Lost City,” Explorations 9.2 (1995) 2-3.
“Ancient Apocalyptic Thought and the New Testament,” in Biblical Theology: Problems and Perspectives in Honor of J. Chrisitaan Beker, ed. S.J. Kraftchick, C.D. Myers, Jr., and B.C. Ollenburger. Nashville: Abingdon Press. Pp. 222-32.
“Consistency Chart,” in Damascus Document, War Scroll, and Related Documents. P. xiii.
“Introduction to the Expanded Edition: The Theologies in the Dead Sea Scrolls,” in The Faith of Qumran. Pp. xv-xxi.
“Other Small Fragments,” in Damascus Document, War Scroll, and Related Documents. Pp. 215-21.
“The Princeton Theological Seminary Dead Sea Scrolls Project,” in Qumran Questions. Pp. 13-19.
“The Righteous Teacher and the Historical Jesus,” in Earthing Christologies. Pp. 46-61.
“The Son of David: Solomon and Jesus,” in The New Testament and Hellenistic Judaism, ed. P. Borgen and S. Giversen. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press. Pp. 72-87.
Editor, Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha and Related Literature.

1996:
Editor with H.W.L. Rietz, et al. The Dead Sea Scrolls: Rule of the Community – Photographic Multi-Language Edition. Philadelphia: American Interfaith Institute/World Alliance; New York: Continuum.
Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls (Japanese translation). Tokyo: Sankosha.
The Old and New Testaments (Korean translation). Seoul: Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
“Is the Gospel of Matthew Anti-Jewish?” Horizons 9.6 (Sept/Oct 1996) 10-11.
“Psedepigraphy,” in Encyclopedia of Early Christianity, ed. E. Ferguson et al. New York: Garland Publishing [2nd ed.].
“Pseudepigrapha,” in The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary, ed. P.J. Achtemeier et al. San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco.
“Archaeological Research and Biblical Theology,” in Geschichte-Tradition-Reflexion: Festschrift für Martin Hengel zum 70. Geburtstag, ed. H. Cancik, H. Lichtenberger, and P. Schäfer. Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr [Paul Siebeck]. Pp. 3-33.
“The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Gospel According to John,” in Exploring the Gospel of John: In Honor of D. Moody Smith, ed. R.A. Culpepper and C.C. Black. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press. Pp. 65-97.
“Polyani, Merleau-Ponty, Arendt in Svetopisemska Hermenevtika.” In Biblija Simpozij ‘96 Ljubljana: International Symposium on the Interpretation of the Bible. Ljubljana. P. 59.
“Solomon and Jesus: The Son of David in the Ante-Markan Traditions (Mk 10:47),” in Biblical and Humane: A Festschrift for John. H. Priest, ed. L.B. Elder, D.L. Barr, and E.S. Malbon. Atlanta: Scholars Press. Pp. 125-51.
Reviews of Ancient Christian Gospels: Their History and Development, by H. Koester; The New Testament Apocrypha, rev. ed., 2 vols., ed. W. Schneemelcher and R.M. Wilson; and The Apocryphal New Testament: A Collection of Apocryphal Christian Literature in an English Translation, ed. J.K. Elliott. Princeton Seminary Bulletin 17 (1996) 399-403.
Editor, Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha and Related Literature.

1997:
Gesù e la comunità di Qumran, ed. T. Franzosi. Casale Monferrato: Edizioni Piemme.
Editor with L.L. Johns. Hillel and Jesus: Comparisons of Two Major Religious Leaders. Minneapolis: Fortress.
Editor with H.W.L. Rietz. Psuedepigraphic and Non-Masoretic Psalms and Prayers. PTSDSSP 4A. Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr [Paul Siebeck]; Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press.
“Pseudepigraphen des Alten Testaments.” Theologische Realenzyklopädie 27 4/5. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. Pp. 639-45.
“Foreword” and “Hillel and Jesus: Why Comparisons are Important,” in Hillel and Jesus: Comparisons of Two Major Religious Leaders. Pp. 3-30.
“Intertextuality: Isaiah 40:3 and the Serek Ha-Yahad,” in The Quest for Context and Meaning: Studies in Biblical Intertextuality, eds. C.A. Evans and S. Talmon. Leiden: Brill. Pp. 197-224.
Co-author with J.A. Sanders and H.W.L. Rietz, “Non-Masoretic Psalms,” in Psuedepigraphic and Non-Masoretic Psalms and Prayers. Pp. 155-215.
“Ode of Solomon 5: Praise While Contemplating Persecutors,” in Prayer from Alexendar to Constantine, ed. M. Kiley. London: Routledge. Pp. 273-79.
Co-author with D.T. Olsen, “Prayers for Festivals,” in Psuedepigraphic and Non-Masoretic Psalms and Prayers. Pp.46-105.
“Retrospective and Prospective Reflections,” in Hillel and Jesus: Comparisons of Two Major Religious Leaders. Pp. 460-62.
“The Dead Sea Scrolls and Scientific Methodologies,” in Proceedings of Optics and Imaging in the Information Age. Rochester: ISNT. Pp. 266-74.
Editor, Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha and Related Literature.

1998:
The Old Testament Pseudepigripha & The New Testament: Prolegomena for the Study of Christian Origins. Harrisburg, PA: Trinity Press International [an expanded reprint].
Critical Reflections on the Odes of Solomon: Volume 1 – Literary Setting, Textual Studies, Gnosticism, the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Gospel of John. JSPSS 22; The Distinguished Scholars Collection. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press.
How Barisat Bellowed: Folklore, Humor, and Iconography in the Jewish Apocalypses and the Apocalypse of John. The Dead Sea Scrolls & Christian Origins Library 3. North Richland Hills, TX: BIBAL Press.
Authentic Apocrypha: False and Genuine Christian Apocrypha. The Dead Sea Scrolls & Christian Origins Library 2. North Richland Hills, TX: BIBAL Press.
Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls: What Do We Know After Fifty Years? The Loy H. Witherspoon Lectures in Religious Studies. The University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Editor. Caves of Enlightenment: Proceedings of the American Schools of Oriental Research Dead Sea Scrolls Jubilee Symposium (1947-1997). North Richland Hills, TX: BIBAL Press.
Editor. The Hebrew Bible and Qumran. The Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls 1. North Richland Hills, TX: BIBAL Press.
Editor with W.P. Weaver. The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Christian Faith: In Celebration of the Jubilee Year of the Discovery of Qumran Cave 1. Faith and Scholarship Colloquies. Harrisburg: Trinity Press International.
Editor with H. Lichtenberger and G.S. Oegema. Qumran-Messianism: Studies on the Messianic Expectations in the Dead Sea Scrolls. Tübingen: Mohr [Siebeck].
“The Dead Sea Scrolls: Fifty Years of Discovery and Controversy,” Princeton Seminary Bulletin 19 (1998) 116-33.
“The Date of the Parables of Enoch (1 En 37-71),” Henoch 20 (1998) 93-98.
“Polyani, Merleau-Ponty, Arendt, and the Foundation of Biblical Hermeneutics,” in Interpretation of the Bible/Interpretacija Svetega Pisma, ed. J Krašovec. Ljubljana: Slovenska akademija znanosti in umetnosti; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press. Pp. 1531-56.
“The Fourteen Literary Collections for Studying Early Judaism and Christian Origins: The Place of the Odes of Solomon,” in EPITOAYTO: Studies in Honour of Petr Pokorny on His Sixty-Fifth Birthday, ed. J. Kěrkovský. Prague: MLYN. Pp. 187-207.
“The Challenge of the Dead Sea Scrolls to Christian Faith,” in The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Christian Faith. Pp. xi-xiv.
“The Dead Sea Scrolls and Christian Faith,” in The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Christian Faith. Pp. 58-73.
“Messianic Ideas in Early Judaism,” in Qumran-Messianism. Pp. 1-8.
“Messianology in the Biblical Pseudepigrapha,” in Qumran-Messianism. Pp. 21-52.
“Challenging the Consensus Communis Regarding Qumran Messianism (1QS, 4QS MMS),” in Qumran-Messianism. Pp. 120-34.
“John the Baptizer, Jesus, and the Essenes,” in Caves of Enlightenment. Pp. 75-103.
“Introduction: What are the Dead Sea Scrolls?” in The Hebrew Bible and Qumran. Pp. xiii-xxxiv.
“The Dead Sea Scrolls: Fifty Years of Discovery and Controversy,” in The Hebrew Bible and Qumran. Pp. 1-28.
Co-Editor, Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha and Related Subjects.

1999:
Editor with C.A. Newsome and H.L.W. Rietz. Angelic Liturgy: Songs of the Sabbath Sacrifice. PTSDSSP 4B. Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr [Paul Siebeck]; Louisville: Westminster John Knox.
“The Dead Sea Scrolls: Fifty Years of Discovery and Controversy” (Russian translation), The World of the Bible: An Annual Journal 6 (1999) 42-51.
“Pseudepigrapha,” in Dictionary of Biblical Interpretation, ed. J.H. Hayes. Nashville: Abingdon Press. Pp. 331-34.
“John the Baptizer and Qumran Barriers in Light of The Rule of the Community,” in The Provo International Conference on the Dead Sea Scrolls, ed. D.W. Parry and E. Ulrich. Studies on the Texts of the Desert of Judah 30. Leiden: Brill. Pp. 353-75.
“Currents in Qumran Research.” In The Dead Sea Scrolls at Fifty, ed. R.A. Kugler and E.M. Schuller. Society of Biblical Literature: Early Judaism and its Literature 15. Atlanta: Scholars Press. Pp. 107-13.
“Can Divinities Play Human Vocal Chords Like Harps?” in Of Two Minds: Ecstasy and Inspired Interpretation in the New Testament World, by J.R. Levison. Dead Sea Scrolls & Christian Origins Library. North Richland Hills, TX: BIBAL Press. Pp. ix-xii.
“Ode of Solomon 19,” in KNIHY TAJEMSTVI A MOUDROSTI (Czech). E.Z. Soušek. 3 Vols. Prague: Vyšehrad. 3:179.
“Anguine Iconography in the Studium Biblicum Franciscanum Museum and Biblical Exegesis,” Liber Annuus 49 (1999) 431-42; Plates 5 and 6.
Co-Editor, Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha and Related Literature.

2000:
The Millennium Guide for Pilgrims to the Holy Land. North Richland Hills, TX: BIBAL Press.
Edited with W.P. Weaver. Jesus Two Thousand Years Later. Faith and Scholarship Colloquies. Harrisburg: Trinity Press International.
Ježísa Svitkyod Mrtvého More (Czech translation of Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls by J. Voda). Prague: Vyšehrad.
Editor, with others. Miscellaneous Texts from the Judaean Desert. Discoveries in the Judaean Desert 38. Oxford: Clarendon.
“The Qumran Beatitudes (4Q525) and the New Testament (Mt 5:3-11, Lk 6:20-26),” Revue d’Histoire et de Philosophie Religieuses 80 (2000) 13-35.
Contributions to Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls, ed. L.H. Schiffman and J.C. VanderKam. Oxford: Oxford University Press:
“Apostolic Constitutions,” vol. 1, pp. 42-43; “Community Organization in the Rule of the Community,” vol. 1, pp. 133-36; “Righteousness,” vol. 2, pp. 781-83; “Secrecy,” vol. 2, pp. 852-53; “Suffering,” vol. 2, pp. 898-901; “Suffering Servant,” vol. 2, pp. 901-02.
Contributions to Dictionary of New Testament Background, ed. C.A. Evans and S.E. Porter. Downers Grove, IL:
InterVarsity: “Odes of Solomon,” pp. 749-52; “Treatise of Shem,” pp. 1250-51.
“An Echo Thrown Back from a Hallow,” in Scriptural Allusions in the New Testament: Light from the Dead Sea Scrolls, by D.C. Allison, Jr. Dead Sea Scrolls and Christian Origins Library 5. North Richland Hills, TX: BIBAL Press. Pp. vii-x.
“Have the Dead Sea Scrolls Revolutionized Our Understanding of the New Testament?” in The Dead Sea Scrolls: Fifty Years After Their Discovery, ed. L.H. Schiffman, E. Tov, and J.C. VanderKam. Jerusalem: Israel Explorations Society and The Shrine of the Book, Israel Museum. Pp. 116-32.
“The Historical Jesus: Sources and a Sketch.” In Jesus Two Thousand Years Later, ed. J.H. Charlesworth and W.P. Weaver. Faith and Scholarship Colloquies. Harrisburg: Trinity Press International. Pp. 84-128.
“Xjoshua,” in Miscellaneous texts from the Judaean Desert. Pp. 231-39, Plate XXXVI.
Co-Editor, Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha and Related Literature.

2001:
“The Historical Jesus and Exegetical Theology,” Princeton Seminary Bulletin 22 (2001) 45-63.
“Исторический Иисус.” Страницы 6 (2001) 336-55.
Editor with others. Qumran Cave 4: XXVIII. Discoveries in the Judaean Desert 28. Oxford: Clarendon.
“Résurrection Individuelle et Immortalité de l’Âme,” in Histoire du Christianisme: Anamnèsis, ed. J.M. Mayer et al. Vol. 14. Paris: Desclëe. Pp. 505-51.
“Le Messianisme,” in Histoire du Christianisme: Anamnèsis, ed. J.M. Mayer et al. Vol. 14. Paris: Desclëe. Pp. 485-505.
“The Pictorial Apocrypha and Art History,” in Pseudepigraphical Images in Early Art, by M. Bernabo. Dead Sea Scrolls and Christian Origins Library 6. North Richland Hills, TX: BIBAL. Pp. vii-xi.
“6. XJudges,” Qumran Cave 4: XXVIII (DJD 28). Pp. 231-33; Plate LXIII.
“The Gospel of John: Exclusivism Caused by a Social Setting Different from That of Jesus (John 11:54 and 14:6),” in Anti-Judaism and the Fourth Gospel: Papers of the Leuven Colloquium, 2000, ed. R. Bieringer, D. Pollefeyt, and f. Vandecasteele-Vanneuville. Assen: Royal Van Gorcu. Pp. 479-513
“Concerning the Revised and Expanded Bibliography on the Pseudepigrapha,” in A Bibliography of Pseudepigrapha Research 1850-1999, by L. DiTommaso. Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha Supplement Series 39. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press. Pp. 23-25.
Contributions to Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land, ed. A. Negev and S. Gibson; rev. and updated edition. New York: Continuum: “Apocrypha,” “Dead Sea Scrolls,” “Jesus,” “John the Baptist,” “Josephus,” “Serpents,” “Pseudepigrapha.”
Review of The Immerser: John the Baptist Within Second Temple Judaism, by Joan E. Taylor. Dead Sea Discoveries 8 (2001) 208-11.
Co-Editor, Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha and Related Literature.

2002:
The Pesharim and Qumran History: Chaos or Consensus? Grand Rapids: Eerdmans.
Editor with H.W.L. Rietz. Pesharim, Other Commentaries, and Related Documents. Princeton Theological Seminary Dead Sea Scrolls Project 6B. Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr [Paul Siebeck]; Louisville: Westminster John Knox.
“The Priority of John? Reflections on the Essenes and the First Edition of John,” in Für und wider die Priorität des Johannesevangeliums: Symposium in Salzburg am 10. März 2000, ed. P.L. Hofrichter. Theologische Texte und Studien 9. Hildesheim, Zürich, New York: Georg Olms Verlag. Pp. 73-114.
“Jesus Research and the Appearance of Psychobiography,” in Revelation, Reason and Faith: Essays in Honor of Truman G. Madsen, ed. D.W. Parry, D.C. Peterson, and S.D. Ricks. Provo, UT: Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies. Pp. 55-84.
“The JSHRZ and the OTP: A Celebration,” in Jüdische Schriften in ihrem antik-jüdischen und urchristlichen Kontext, ed. H. Lichtenberger and G.S. Oegema. Studien zu den Jüdischen Schriften aus hellenistisch-römischer Zeit 1. Gütersloh: Gütersloh Verlaghaus GmbH. Pp. 11-34.
“Bending the Knee of the Heart in an Apocryphon: A High-Water Mark in Jewish Theology,” in Introducing the Apocrypha: Message, Context, and Significance, by D.A. deSilva. Grander Rapids: Baker Academic. Pp. 9-12.
“Biblical Stories and Quotations Reflected and Even Adumbrated in the Old Testament Pseudepigrapha,” in A Scripture Index to Charlesworth’s The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, by S. Delamarter. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press. Pp. 1-6.
“The Odes of Solomon and the Jewish Wisdom Texts,” in The Wisdom Texts from Qumran and the Development of Sapiental Thought, ed. C. Hempel, A. Lange, and H. Lichtenberger. Bibliotheca Ephemeridum theologicarum Lovaniensium 99. Leuven: University Press and Leuven and Paris: Uitgeverij Peeters. Pp. 323-49.
“Can One Recover Aramaic Sources Behind Mark’s Gospel?” Review of Rabbinic Judaism 5.2 (2002) 249-
58.
“Commentary on Malachi A (5Q10),” in Pesharim, Other Commentaries, and Related Documents. Pp. 195-201; 240-43.
“A Rare Consensus Among Enoch Specialists: The Date of the Earliest Enoch Books,” in The Origins of Enochic Judaism, ed. G. Boccaccini. Henoch 24. Turin: Silvio Zamorani editore; pp. 225-34.
with C. Elledge, “Unidentified Pesharim Fragments (4Q172=4QUnid),” in Pesharim, Other Commentaries, and Related Documents. Pp. 195-201.
with C. Elledge, “Exposition on the Patriarchs (4Q464=4QExpPat),” in Pesharim, Other Commentaries, and Related Documents. Pp. 274-85.
with C. Elledge, “Midwives to Pharaoh Fragment (4Q464a),” in Pesharim, Other Commentaries, and Related Documents. Pp. 351-53.
with C. Elledge, “Unidentified Fragments (4Q464b),” in Pesharim, Other Commentaries, and Related Documents. Pp. 355-57.
with C. Elledge, “Pesher-Like Fragment (4Q183),” in Pesharim, Other Commentaries, and Related Documents. Pp. 358-61.
Review of The Survivors of Israel: A Reconsideration of the Theology of Pre-Christian Judaism, by M.A. Elliott. Theology Today 59 (2002) 302-04.
Review of Paul and the Mosaic Law, by J.D.G. Dunn. Journal of Law and Religion 18 (2002) 345-48.
Editor, Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha and Related Literature.

2003:
“Jesus Research and Near Eastern Archaeology: Reflections on Recent Developments,” in Neotestamentica et Philonica: Studies in Honor of Peder Borgen, ed. D.E. Aune, T. Seland, and J.H. Ulrichsen. Supplements to Novum Testamentum 106. Leiden: Brill. Pp. 37-70.
Editor with W.P. Weaver. Archeologia e Fede (Italian translation). Milan: Gribaudi.
Editor with M. Daise. Light in a Spotless Mirror: Reflections on Wisdom Tradition in Judaism and Christianity. Faith and Scholarship Colloquies. Harrisburg: Trinity Press International.
“Autumnal Rain [המורה] for the Faithful Followers of the Moreh [המורה]: Joel and the Hodayot,” in Der Mensch vor Gott: Forschungen zum Menschenbild in Bible, antikem Judentum und Koran: Festschrift für Hermann Lichtenberger, ed. U. Mittmann-Richert, F. Avemarie, and G.S. Oegema. Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag. Pp. 193-210.
“The Temple Scrolla [11Q19, 11QTa], Columns 16 and 17: More Consonants Revealed,” in Emanuel: Studies in the Hebrew Bible, Septuagint, and Dead Sea Scrolls in Honor of Emanuel Tov, ed. S.M. Pau et al. Leiden: Brill. Pp. 71-83 with two images.
“The Interpretation of the Tanak in the Jewish Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha,” in A History of Biblical Interpretation, ed. A.J. Hauser and D.F. Watson. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans. Vol. 1. Pp. 253-82.
“Theodicy in Early Jewish Writings,” in Theodicy in the World of the Bible, ed. A. Laato and J.C. de Moor. Leiden: Brill. Pp. 470-508.
“Introduction: Wisdom, a Spotless Mirror, and Reflections of Traditions,” in Light in a Spotless Mirror. Pp. 1-5.
“Lady Wisdom and Johannine Christology,” in Light in a Spotless Mirror. Pp. 92-133.
“Gesù, L’Archeologia e la Fede Cristiana,” in Archeologia e Fede. Pp. 9-36.
Co-Editor, Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha and Related Literature.

2004:
“Bashan, Symbology, Haplography, and Theology in Psalm 68,” in David and Zion: Biblical Studies in Honor of J.J.M. Roberts, ed. B.F. Batto and K.L. Roberts. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns. Pp. 351-72.
“Did the Fourth Evangelist Know the Enoch Tradition?” in Testimony and Interpretation: Early Christology and Its Judeo-Hellenistic Milieu, Studies in Honor of Petr Pokorný, ed. J. Mrázek and J. Roskovec. London and New York: T&T Clark. Pp. 223-39.
“Tzer, Bethsaida, and Julias,” in Bethsaida, ed. R. Arav and R.A. Freund. Kirksville, MO: Truman State University Press. Pp. xi-xiii.
“Revealing the Genius of Biblical Authors: Symbology, Archaeology, and Theology,” Communio Viatorum 46
(2004) 124-40.
“Preface,” in Didache and Judaism, by M.D. Verme. New York and London: T&T Clark. Pp. xi-xii.
“Psychobiography: A New and Challenging Methodology in Jesus Research,” in Psychology and the Bible: A New Way to Read the Scriptures, v. 4, ed. J.H. Ellens and W.G. Rollins. Westport, CT: Praeger. Pp. 21-57.
“The Classical Protestant View of Human Nature,” in On Human Nature: The Jerusalem Center Symposium, ed. T.G. Madsen, D.N. Freedman, and P.F. Kuhlken. Ann Arbor: Pryor Pettengill Publishers. Pp. 69-84.
“Phenomenology, Symbology, and Lexicography: The Amazingly Rich Vocabulary for ‘Serpent’ in Ancient Greek,” Revue biblique 111 (2004) 499-515.
“Psalm 23 and the Fear of Stagnant Waters,” SBL Forum, 2/1/04-2/28/04.
Review of The Westminster Dictionary of New Testament & Early Christian Literature & Rhetoric by David E. Aune. Princeton Seminary Bulletin 25 (2004) 112-13.
Review of Josephus’ Jewish War and its Slavonic Version: A Synoptic Comparison by H. Leeming and K. Leeming, eds. Princeton Seminary Bulletin 25 (2004) 113-16.
Co-Editor, Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha and Related Literature.

2005:
Die Schrift des Sem. Jüdische Schriften aus hellenistisch-römischer Zeit; Neue FolgeBand 2.9. Gütersloher Verlagshaus, 2005.
“Adumbrations of Some ‘Modern’ Insights in Historical Research on Jesus from 1774 to 2002,” in Jesus and His Biographers, by Walter Weaver. North Richland Hills, Texas: BIBAL Press. Pp. ix-xiii.
“Summary and Conclusions: The Books of Enoch or 1 Enoch Matters: New Paradigms for Understanding Pre-70 Judaism,” in Enoch and Qumran Origins: New Light on a Forgotten Connection, edited by G. Boccaccini, et al. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans. Pp. 436-54.
“Two Similar Spiritual Paths: Methodism and Greek Orthodoxy,” in Orthodox and Wesleyan Scriptural Understanding and Practice, edited by S T Kimbrough, Jr. Crestwood, NY: St Vladimir’s Seminary Press. Pp. 107-29.
“Il figlio dell’uomo, il primo giudaismo, Gesù e la cristologia delle origini,” in Il Messia: Tra Memoria e Attesa, edited by G. Boccaccini. Brescia: Editrice Morcelliana. Pp. 87- 110.

2006:
Resurrection: The Origin and Future of a Biblical Doctrine. Faith and Scholarship Colloquies Series. New York and London: T & T Clark International.
Editor with H.L.W. Rietz. Damascus Document Fragments, Some Works of the Torah, and Related Documents. The Princeton Theological Seminary Dead Sea Scrolls Project 3. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck and Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press.
With J.M. Baumgarten, “Damascus Document,” in Damascus Document Fragments, pp. 1-186.
With E. Qimron, “Some Works of the Torah,” in Some Works of the Torah, pp. 187-252.
With C. Clausen, “Halakah A (4Q251),” in Damascus Document Fragments, pp. 271-85.
With C. Clausen, “Halakah B (4Q264a),” in Damascus Document Fragments, pp. 286-90.
With C. Clausen, “Halakah C (4Q472a),” in Damascus Document Fragments, pp. 291-93.
With C. Clausen, “Harvesting (4Q284a),” in Damascus Document Fragments, pp. 295-97.
Editor. The Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls, 3 vols. Waco, Texas: Baylor University Press.
Editor Jesus and Archaeology. Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans.
“Reflecting on David Flusser’s Vision,” Jerusalem Perspective Online (March 2006) 5 pages.
“Prolegomenous Reflections Towards a Taxonomy of Resurrection Texts (1QHa, 1En, 4Q521, Paul, Luke, the
Fourth Gospel, and Psalm 30),” in The Changing Face of Judaism, Christianity, and Other Greco-
Roman Religions in Antiquity, edited by I. H. Henderson and G. S. Oegema. Studien zu den Jüdischen
Schriften aus hellenistisch-römischer Zeit 2. Gütersloh: Gütersloher Verlagshaus. Pp. 237-64.
“The New Perspective on Second Temple Judaism and ‘Christian Origins,’” in Scripture and the Scrolls: The Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls. 1.xxiii-xxxi.
“The Dead Sea Scrolls: Their Discovery and Challenge to Biblical Studies,” in Scripture and the Scrolls: The Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls. 1.1-23.
“The Sociological and Liturgical Dimensions of Psalm Pesher 1 (4QpPsa): Some Prolegomenous Reflections,” in The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Qumran Community: The Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls. 2.317-49.
“John the Baptizer and the Dead Sea Scrolls,” in The Scrolls and Christian Origins: The Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls. 3.1-35.
“A Study in Shared Symbolism and Language: The Qumran Community and the Johannine Community,” in The Scrolls and Christian Origins: The Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls. 3.97-152.
With J.D.G. Dunn, “Qumran’s Some Works of Torah (4Q394-399 [4QMMT]) and Paul’s Galatians,” in The Scrolls and Christian Origins: The Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls. 3.187-201.
“Towards a Taxonomy of Discerning Influence(s) Between Two Texts,” in Das Gesetz im frühen Judentum und im Neuen Testament: Festschrift für Christoph Burchard zum 75. Geburtstag, edited by D. Sänger and M. Konradt. Novum Testamentum et Orbis Antiquus/Studien zu Umwelt des Neuen Testaments 57. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht and Fribourg: AcademicPress Fribourg; pp. 41-54.
“The Historical Jesus and Biblical Archaeology: Questions,” in Jesus and Archaeology, pp. xxii-xxv.
“Jesus Research and Archaeology: A New Perspective,” in Jesus and Archaeology, pp. 11-63.
“The Historical Jesus and Biblical Archaeology: Reflections on New Methodologies and Perspectives,” in Jesus and Archaeology, pp. 692-95.
“The Symbol of the Serpent in the Bible: Surprising and Challenging Archaeological Insights,” in Text Detectives: Discovery the Meaning of Ancient Symbols and Concepts Biblical Archaeology Lecture Series DVD; Bible & Archaeology Fest VIII Set 3. Washington, D.C.
“Prolegomenous Reflections on Ophidian Iconography, Symbology, and New Testament Theology,” in The New Testament and Early Christian Literature in Greco-Roman Context [Studies in Honor of David E. Aune], edited by J. Fotopoulos. Supplements to Novum Testamentum 122; Leiden, Boston: Brill; pp. 315-29.
“The Dead Sea Scrolls and Apocalyptic Theology,” Sacred History 2.4 (2006) 28-38.
“Introducing the Dead Sea Scrolls,” in The Dead Sea Scrolls, Bible & Covenant: Introduction to the Basics [Biblical Archaeology Society Lecture Series DVD].
“Has Our Bible Been Copied Carefully?” in The Dead Sea Scrolls, Bible & Covenant: Introduction to the Basics [Biblical Archaeology Society Lecture Series DVD].
“What Scrolls Challenge the Shape of Our Bible?” in The Dead Sea Scrolls, Bible & Covenant: Shaping Identity at Qumran and in the Bible [Biblical Archaeology Society Lecture Series DVD].
“How is Qumran Thought Related to Other Aspects of Early Jewish Thought?” in The Dead Sea Scrolls, Bible & Covenant: Shaping Identity at Qumran and in the Bible [Biblical Archaeology Society Lecture Series DVD].
“Is Qumran’s Dualism Unique?” in The Dead Sea Scrolls, Bible & Covenant: Interpreting Theology at Qumran [Biblical Archaeology Society Lecture Series DVD].
“Did the Qumranites Create the Concept of the Holy Spirit from God and Double Predestination?” in The Dead Sea Scrolls, Bible & Covenant: Interpreting Theology at Qumran [Biblical Archaeology Society Lecture Series DVD].
“What Light Do the Dead Sea Scrolls Shine on John the Baptist?” in The Dead Sea Scrolls, Bible & Covenant: Uncovering the Bible of Jesus and His Time [Biblical Archaeology Society Lecture Series DVD].
“How do the Dead Sea Scrolls Help Us Understand the Historical Jesus?” in The Dead Sea Scrolls, Bible & Covenant: Uncovering the Bible of Jesus and His Time [Biblical Archaeology Society Lecture Series DVD].
“How Do These Jewish Texts Help Us Comprehend Paul and the Evangelists?” in The Dead Sea Scrolls, Bible & Covenant: Understanding the Early Christian Texts [Biblical Archaeology Society Lecture Series DVD].
“Conclusion: The Revolutionary Effect of Qumranology,” in The Dead Sea Scrolls, Bible & Covenant: Uncovering the Bible of Jesus and His Time [Biblical Archaeology Society Lecture Series DVD].

2007:
“Abraham’s Children: Is There a Future for Jews, Christians, and Muslims?” in From Biblical Criticism to
Biblical Faith: Essay in Honor of Lee Martin McDonald, edited by W.H. Brackney and C.A. Evans. Macon, Georgia: Mercer University Press, 2007; pp. 315-40.
“‘God Made Him Powerful in the Holy Spirit’: Psalms of Solomon 17.37,” in The Psalms of Solomon: A Critical Edition of the Greek Text, by Robert B. Wright. Jewish and Christian Texts in Contexts and Related Studies, vol. 1. New York and London: T & T Clark International, 2007; pp. vii-viii.
“Can We Discern the Composition Date of the Parables of Enoch?” in Enoch and the Messiah Son of Man:
Revisiting the Book of Parables, edited by G. Boccaccini, et al. Grand Rapids and Cambridge, UK: Eerdmans, 2007; pp. 450-68.
“Memorial Minute: Bruce Manning Metzger, February 9, 1914, to February 13, 2007,” The Princeton Seminary Bulletin 28.1 N.S. (2007) 99-107.
“Introducing David Flusser’s Jesus,” in The Sage from Galilee: Rediscovering Jesus’ Genius, D. Flusser with R. S. Notley. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2007; pp. xiv-xvi.
“Dead Sea Scrolls: How They Changed my Life,” Biblical Archaeology Review (September/October 2007) 60-63.
“Bruce Manning Metzger (1914-2007),” Henoch 29.2 (2007) 424-27.
“The Rotas-Sator Square,” in Text and Community: Essay in Memory of Burce M. Metzger, edited by J. H. Ellens. Text and Community, Vol. 1. New Testament Monographs 19. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press; vol. 1, pp. 151-67.
“Return to the Sources in Twenty-first-century Methodist Ecclesiology: John Wesley’s Ecclesiology in the Light of New Insights into the New Testament and Its Environment,” in Orthodox and Wesleyan Ecclesiology, edited by S T Kimbrough, Jr. Crestwood, N.J.: St Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2007; pp. 65-85.
“The Naming of the Son of Man, the Light, the Son of God: How the Parables of Enoch May Have
Influenced the Odes of Solomon,” in “I Sowed Fruits into Hearts” (Odes Sol. 17:13): Festschrift for
Professor Michael Lattke, edited by P. Allen, M. Franzmann, and R. Strelan. Early Christian
Studies 12. Strathfield, NSW: St Paul’s Publications; pp. 31-43.
DVD:
The Christ Files: A Search for the Real Jesus. Anglican Media Sydney. [originally aired
On Australian television; Mark Hadley, producer].
Reviews:
A. H. Becker and A. Yoshiko Reed, eds. The Ways that Never Parted: Jews and Christians in Late Antiquity and
the Early Middle Ages. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2007. PSB
E. Tov, Scribal Practices and Approaches Reflected in the Texts Found in the Judean Desert
in The Catholic Biblical Quarterly 69 (2007) 134-37.
L. Devillers. La Fête de l’Envoyé: La Section Johannique de la fête des Tentes (Jean 7, 1-10, 21) et la
christologie (Études Bibliques, N.S. No. 49. Paris: J. Gabalda, 2002) in Princeton Seminary Bulletin 28.2 (2007) 226-28.
S. E. Porter, ed. The Messiah in the Old and New Testaments. (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2007) in Princeton
Seminary Bulletin 28.2 (2007) 228-31.
S. M. Paul, R. A. Kraft, L. H. Schiffman, and W. W. Fields, with E. Ben-David, eds. Emanual: Studies in Hebrew
Bible, Septuagint, and Dead Sea Scrolls in Honor of Emanuel Tov (Supplements to Vetus Testamentum 94. Leiden, Boston: Brill, 2003) in Princeton Seminary Bulletin 28.2 (2007) 231-33.

2008:
The Historical Jesus. An Essential Guide. Nashville: Abingdon Press.
Editor with Gerbern S. Oegema, The Pseudepigrapha and Christian Origins: Essays from the Studiorum Novi
Testamenti Soceitas. Jewish and Christian Texts in Contexts and Related Studies 4. New York and
London: T & T Clark.
“The Parables of Enoch and the Apocalypse of John,” in The Pseudepigrapha and Christian Origins, pp. 193-
242.
“Symposium on Afterlife and Burial Practices in Second Temple Judaism,” PTS Web, February 2008.
“Rebutting Sensational Claims Concerning a Symposium in Jerusalem,” SBL Forum [web] February 2008.
“Jesus and His Semitic Culture,” in The Historical Jesus? Necessity and Limits of an Inquiry by E. Nodet,
translated by J. E. Crowley. T & T Clark Jewish and Christian Texts Series 3. New York and London: T & T Clark; pp. 1-3.
“Hat die Archäologie Bedeutung für die Jesus-Forschung?” Evangelische Theologie 68 (2008) 246-65.
“The Temple, Purity, and the Background to Jesus’ Death,” in Revista Catalana de Teologia 38.2 (2008) 395-442.
With M. Aviam, “Überlegungen zur Erforschung Galiläas im ersten Jahrhundert,” in Jesus und die
Archäologie Galiläas, edited by C. Claussen and J. Frey. Biblisch-Theologische Studien 87. Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag; pp. 93-127.
“An Unknown Dead Sea Scrolls Fragment of Deuteronomy XXVII 4-6,” The Samaritan News 1019-1020 (8 Aug
2008) 64-68.
“Writings Ostensibly Outside the Canon,” in Exploring the Origins of the Bible: Canon Formation in Historical,
Literary, and Theological Perspective, edited by C. A. Evans and E. Tov. Acadia Studies in Bible and
Theology. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic; pp. 57-85.
“Adder,” Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception
“An Unknown Dead Sea Scrolls Fragment of Deuteronomy,” ijco.org [with an image].
“Announcing a Dead Sea Scrolls Fragment of Nehemiah,” ijco.org [with two images].
“The Odes of Solomon: Jewish, Christian, or Gnostic,” ijco.org.
“Pour savoir ce qu’était Jérusalem avant sa destruction, il faut lire Jean,” Le Point 1 (décembre 2008-janvier
2009) 24-25.
“The Dignity of the Human: Imago Dei,” Inaugural Truman G. Madsen Lecture on Eternal Man. Provo, UT: Brigham Young University: The Wheatley Institution.

2009
The Earliest Christian Hymnbook: The Odes of Solomon. Eugene, Oregon: Cascade Books.

Origins Matter. The CBAP Lectures 2009. Manila: Catholic Biblical Association of the Philippines.

Jesús y la arqueología, translated by J. P Tosaus Abadía. Villatuerta (Navarra): Gráficas Lizarra.

Edited with P. Pokorný, Jesus Research: An International Perspective [The First Princeton-
Prague Symposium on Jesus Research, Prague 2005]. Grand Rapids and Cambridge: Eerdmans, 2009.

“Why Evaluate Twenty-Five Years of Jesus Research?” in Jesus Research, pp. 1-15.
“From Old to New: Paradigm Shifts Concerning Judaism, the Gospel of John, Jesus, and the Advent of ‘Christianity’,” in Jesus Research, pp. 56-72.
“Was Jesus Influenced by the Dead Sea Scrolls? Biblical Archaeology Society Lecture Series. DVD.
With Lee Martin McDonald, “Function of Apocryphal and Pseudepigraphical Writings in Early Judaism and
Early Christianity Consultation,” Henoch 31 (2009): 224-25.
“The Symbology of the Serpent in the Gospel of John,” in John, Jesus, and History, volume 2: Aspects of
Historicity in the Fourth Gospel, edited by P.N. Anderson, F. Just, and T. Thatcher. Atlanta: Society of
Biblical Literature; pp. 63-72.
“The Scintillating Wisdom and Promise Preserved in the Apocalypse of Baruch (2 Baruch),” in Second Baruch: A Critical Edition of the Syriac Text, by Daniel M. Gurtner. T & T Clark Jewish and Christian Texts Series 5. New York and London: T & T Clark, 2009; pp. ix-xii.

Reviews:
Timothy J.M. Ling, The Judaean Poor and the Fourth Gospel. Cambridge: CUP, 2006. in Theology Today 65.4 (2009) 508-12.

2010
The Good and Evil Serpent: How a Universal Symbol Became Christianized. The Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library. New Haven: Yale University Press.

“The Historical Jesus in the Fourth Gospel: A Paradigm Shift?” Journal for the Historical Jesus


Completed:
“Should Jesus Scholars Use Only the Synoptics? Challenging a Putative Consensus,” in The Third Princeton-Prague Symposium.

“R.H. Charles (1855-1931),” Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception.”
With L. Schiffman, et al., eds. The Temple Scroll and Related Documents [PTS DSS
Project 2009].

“What is an Apocalyptic Text?” Henoch.

“The Fourth Evangelist and the Dead Sea Scrolls,” in a book on Johannine studies.

“The Romans and ‘Enemies’: Reflections on Jesus’ Genius in Light of Early Jewish Thought,” Proceedings of the EABS/SBL International Meeting, Vienna, 22-26 July 2007.

“The Book of the People from the People of the Book: The Function of So-called Non-canonical Writings in Early Judaism and Early Christianity (through 3rd to 4th centuries CE),” in a book for T&T Clark

“The Dead Sea Scrolls,” for Cambridge Dictionary of Christianity.

“The Uniqueness and Importance of the Slavonic Pseudepigrapha” in a monograph on Slavonic Pseudepigrapha.

“What are the Slavonic Pseudepigrapha and Why are They Important?” in a monograph by Orlov.

“The Jesus of History and the Topography of the Holy Land,” Handbook on the Historical Jesus.

“Serpent/Snake,” Encyclopedia for Early Judaism.

“Jesus, John Paul II, and the Symbol of the Mirror.”

“Beth-Zatha,” in Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception EBR.

“Bethany Beyond the Jordan,” in Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception EBR.

“Asp,” in Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception EBR.

“Adder,” in Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception EBR.

INFORMATION DISSEMINATED THROUGH JOURNALISTS [selected]

Newspapers and Periodicals (Selected, radio and television coverage omitted):

“Duke Center Established for Study,” The Durham Sun, June 24, 1974.

“Duke Center Sets Major Goals,” The Durham Morning Herald, June 25, 1974.

“The Odes of Solomon: Masterpieces of Christian Devotion from the First Century,” Decision. October, 1975.

“New Insights into Christian Origins,” The North Carolina Catholic. May 23, 1976.

“Scrolls May Give Insight into Jesus,” The News and Observer. Dec. 19, 1976.

“Author of Odes of Solomon May Have Met Jesus,” The News and Observer, Dec. 20, 1976.

“Ancient Text Links Jews, Astrology,” The News and Observer. Dec. 21, 1976.

“Zosimus May be Lost Book,” The News and Observer Dec. 22, 1976.

“Christianity, Judaism Linked in Duke Religion Study,” The News and Observer, Dec. 23, 1976.

“We’re Learning More About Christmas,” The News and Observer Dec. 25, 1976.

“Dead Sea Scrolls Literature Topic of Welch Lecture Series,” The DailyUniverse, March 2, 1977.

“Some Views on Scrolls Called Faulty,” The Durham Morning Herald, March 3, 1977.
“Scrolls Aid Bible Study, Visitor Says,” The Daily Universe March 4, 1977.

“Ancient Studies Draw Attention to Pseudepigrapha,” BYU Today. April, 1977.

“Duke University Becoming Center of First Century Documents,” The United Methodist Reporter. April 8, 1977. (RNS)

“Research on Jesus,” The Virginia Advocate. May 28, 1977.

“Pseudepigrapha,” Christian Contemporary. May, 1977.

“Translating the Bible’s ‘Missing Link,” Duke Alumni Register. June 1977.

“Pseudepigrapha Project,” The North Carolina Christian Advocate. June 9, 1977.

“Translating the Bible’s Missing Link,” Duke Alumni Register. June, 1977.

“The Bible’s ‘Missing Link,’“ The Charlotte Observer. August 7, 1977.

“Rare Documents May Give New Clues to Christianity,” The Durham Morning Herald. Sept. 24, 1977.

“Long-neglected Documents to Trace Christian Origins,” The Arizona Republic (AP) Sept. 24, 1977. By George W. Cornell.

“Biblical Scholars Study ‘Lost’ Writings,: Pittsburgh Press. Sept. 30, 1977.

“Translation of 47 Obscure Books Links Them to Time of Christ,” Tampa Tribune. Sept. 30, 1977. By George W. Cornell.

“Scholar’s Work on Texts May Show Same Origins for Christianity, Judaism,” Miami Herald. Nov. 28, 1977.

“‘The Lost Books’ May Soon Expand Meaning of Religion,” Palm Beach Sun-Sentinel. Nov. 28, 1977.

“Scholar: Bible Books May Expand to 100,” Palm Beach Post. Nov. 29, 1977.

“Lost Books of the Bible?” The Grit.

“Books the Bible Left Out,” Newsweek. Nov. 28, 1977

“Obscure Works Reflect ‘Lost’ Era of Bible,” The Memphis Commercial Appeal. Dec. 25, 1977.

“New Studies Shed Light on Biblical Era,” The Detroit Sunday News. Dec. 25, 1977.

“Old, New Testament ‘Gap’ Study Discussed Here,” Sarasota Journal. Jan. 13, 1978.

“Early Christian Writings Shed Much Light on Beliefs of Primitive Church,” California Intermountain News. Jan. 19, 1978.

“Writings From the Time of Jesus Sought Around World by Scholars,” The New York Times. Feb. 4, 1978.

“Ancient Writings Being Published, May Augment Bible,” Sarasota Herald-Tribune. Feb. 4, 1978. (UPI)

“Study May She Light on Biblical History,” Winston-Salem Journal. Feb. 5, 1978.

“Scholars Translating Works to Supplement Bible,” Richmond Times Dispatch. Feb. 5, 1978. (UPI)

“Duke Translating Works to Supplement Bible,” Richmond Times Dispatch. Feb. 5, 1978. (UPI)

“Addition to Bible?” Syracuse Herald American. February 5, 1978.

“Duke Scholars Translate Books Filling Bible Gap,” Atlanta Journal and Constitution. Feb. 5, 1978. (UPI)

“Duke Scholar Studies Writing Not in Bible,” Greensboro Daily News. Feb. 6, 1978.

“Old Writings Hint at Lost Biblical Era,” The News and Observer. Feb. 12, 1978.

“Behold, A Biblical Supplement,” The Washington Post. March 19, 1978. (UPI)

“Ancient Bible Manuscript Found in Sinai Desert Monastery,” The United Methodist Reporter. July 14, 1978. (RNS)

“Documents Link Biblical Eras,” Richmond Times-Dispatch. Sept. 9, 1978. (AP) By George W. Cornell.

“Lid Lifted—Slightly—on Early Christian Manuscripts,” Los Angeles Times. Sept. 22, 1979.

“Long-ignored Ancient Writings May Add to Knowledge of Jesus,” San Jose Sunday Mercury News. Dec. 16, 1979.

“Ancient Writings Given New Life,” San Jose Mercury News. Dec. 17, 1979

“Who Was Jesus?” Newsweek. Dec. 24, 1979.

“Writings to Shed New Light on Jesus’ Ministry?” Sentinel Star. Jan. 5, 1980.

“Texts Pose No Threat to Bible,” Sarasota Herald-Tribune. Jan. 26, 1980.

“Study May She Light on Bible,” Winston-Salem Journal. Jan. 27, 1980.

“Bible Days ‘False’ Texts Gleaned for Clues,” Los Angeles Times. Feb. 16, 1980.

“Duke Gets Fragments of Early Hebrew Bible,” Durham Morning Herald. March 23, 1980.

“Duke Gets Hebrew Texts,” Winston-Salem Journal. March 23, 1980.

“Scholar Identifies Biblical Manuscript,” Winston-Salem Journal. Aug. 11, 1980.

“Ancient Inspiration,” Spectator. Dec. 3, 1981.

“Americans Seek Ancient Archives,” Durham Morning Herald. July 18, 1982.

“Biblical-era Writings Reflect Hopes for Kingdom Come,” The Raleigh Times. Dec. 31, 1983.

“Strange Tales and False Writings,” The Review of Books, National Catholic Register. June 17, 1984.

“The Pseudepigrapha Revisited,” Publishers Weekly. Sept. 28, 1984.

“Inter-testamental Judaism,” New Oxford Review. Oct. 1984.

“At Last! Experts Hope to Shed Light on Gospels,” (AP) Dec. 26, 1984.

“Scholarly Queries Keep Him Probing Religion’s Origins,” The Princeton Packet. April 26, 1985.

“Photo Technique Renews Ancient Gospel Text,” Los Angeles Times. Dec. 21, 1985.

“The Rediscovery of Codex Syriacus,” Princeton Theological Seminary Alumni/ae News 24 (1985) 2-6.

“New Camera Methods Bring Words into Focus,” RNS Jan. 17, 1986.

“Modern Technology Applied to Bible Texts,” Presbyterian Journal. Jan. 29, 1986.

“Recovering the Erased Gospels,” Christianity Today. Oct. 3, 1986. By David Neff.

“Scrolls: Photographs Help to Preserve Ancient Biblical Manuscripts,” Los Angeles Times. March 12, 1988. By T. H. Maugh and M. Chazanov.
“When the Dead (Sea Scrolls) Are Revived,” Time. March 14, 1988.

“Dead Sea Scrolls Yielding More Secrets,” The Times. April 1, 1988. By S. Fromm.

“‘Examine Jesus in Context’, Scholar Tells Gathering,” The Salt Lake Tribune. Aug. 19, 1988.

[selection resumed]:
“Biblical Pool Uncovered in Jerusalem,” Los Angeles Times (August 8, 2005)

“Guest Opinion: World’s Great Religions at Rocky Crossroads,” Billings Gazette (February 25, 2006).

“Gospel of Judas Triggers Debate,” Herald News (April 13, 2006) A1 and A4.

“A Sound in Silence,” Jerusalem Post March 26, 2010

“In Azusa, scholars and religious leaders unravel rare Dead Sea Scrolls fragments,” Pasadena Star-News
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