Note: Some texts are buried
deep in e-archives. If title link does not work, click source.
Article summaries of issues the journal of the Pontifical Biblical Institute
since vol. 71 (1990) & e- versions of select articles since vol. 79
Contents of current & back issues (Biblical
On-line edition of
journal for contemporary scriptural
interpretation posts contents of recent issues. Access to full articles
requires subscription (Brill).
Fledgling e-journal to facilitate the response
of biblical scholars to studies in exegetical journals (published by Theomedia,
Article summaries of all volumes of international journal for philology
of NT Greek volumes from 1994-2013.
Cyber-journal of the Jerusalem
School of Synoptic Research, a
consortium of Jewish & Christian scholars devoted to exploring the Jewish
background of the life & words of Jesus.
by Israeli &
e-copies of print journal).
Full electronic text of editions since 2000
accessible to members of
Society of Biblical
Literature or from most university libraries for faculty & students.
Wayback Machine accesses
contents of pioneering cyber-journal since 2001.
New cyber-journal for research on Jewish &
Christian sources in the ancient Greco-Roman world (Sheffield Academic Press).
Electronic journal devoted to the critical
study of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament), edited by Ehud ben Zvi at
University of Alberta (issues in electronic archives of the National
Library of Canada).
On-line articles from journal devoted to the
historical critical method & innovative interpretations of scripture &
early Christianity published by the Institute for Higher Critical Studies
Cyber-journal devoted to the publication of
research by speech & literary theorists related to socio-rhetorical
analysis of early Christian texts (U of Redlands).
Society of Biblical Literature's searchable
cyber-archive (1996 - present) of reviews of scholarly publications related to
biblical studies offers free
weekly e-mail notification of new entries.
SBL journal that
fostered the use of new critical methods for analyzing scripture. Free access
to full e-editions of vols. 19 & 60-72 (Religion
and Technology Center).
Scholarly on-line journal devoted to problems in analyzing
manuscripts of Jewish & Christian scriptures &
related non-canonical works.
E-mail list for scholarly study of biblical (koine)
Greek, features searchable archives
of postings since 1992.
Moderated e-list for research on the life &
letters of Paul.
Archives of defunct open forum of e-mail debate
between scholars, clergy & laypersons generated by Jesus at 2000, the 1996
cyber-conference on the quest of the historical Jesus.
Moderated scholarly successor to Crosstalk
continues debate regarding the historical Jesus & Christian origins (with
Moderated scholarly discussion of the Gospel of
Archives of moderated discussion for scholars doing
research on evidence for the Hebraic origin of the canonical gospel.
Moderated discussion list for academic research
on the Gospel of Mark.
Moderated forum for scholarly discussion of the
Apocalypse of John & related literature.
Easily accessed searchable archives
of e-mail conference for critical scholarship on the relationship of the
gospels of Matthew, Mark & Luke (1998-2005).
cyber-discussion of any matters related to biblical textual criticism, broadly
defined. Loosely associated with
- A Journal of Textual Criticism.
World of Bible
Links to on-line atlases, archeological sites
& other web sources for the study of classical Greco-Roman culture,
including Asia Minor, Palestine & the wider Mediterranean world. Sites
especially relevant for NT background.
BAS archives a digital library
of all back issues of
Odyssey featuring articles on discoveries & debates on the ancient
eastern Mediterranean world. Access to full articles requires subscription.
Thomas Price and Allan Brockway conduct a
well-illustrated virtual tour of Greece & Turkey that puts Paul's journeys
in a broader historical framework.
Topical sourcebook with hundreds of excerpts
from non-canonical texts relevant to NT interpretation, with graphic aids to
identify important figures, places, & literary works from
Sea Scrolls, rabbinic tradition,
Philo, etc. (Mahlon H. Smith).
James Tabor's illustrated e-sourcebook of texts
& essays that put the gospels into historical context. Sections on
religion & philosophy,
& the Dead Sea scrolls,
origins & the NT.
Selections from high-quality slide collection
of sites, people, lifestyle & artifacts by Israeli photographer Zev
Digging. Help fill holes.
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10 November 2019