PhD Theses Added to Recent James Scholarship

The following articles and PhD theses have been added to the Recent James Scholarship page…

Kloppenborg, John S. 2007. “The Emulation of the Jesus Tradition in the Letter of James,” in Reading James With New Eyes: Methodological Reassessments of the Letter of James, ed Robert L. Webb and John S. Kloppenborg, 121-50. Library of New Testament Studies, vol. 342.

Mitchell, M. M. 2007. “The Letter of James as a Document of Paulinism?” in Reading James With New Eyes: Methodological Reassessments of the Letter of James, ed Robert L. Webb and John S. Kloppenborg, 75-98. Library of New Testament Studies, vol. 342.

The other papers that appear in this volume of the Library of New Testament Studies will be listed here when the associated page numbers are available to me. For now, the papers by Batten, Lockett, Niebuhr, Wachob, and Watson are listed in this bibliography under 2005 as “Paper presented at the Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting, November 19-22, Philadelphia, PA.”

Strange, James Riley. 2007. “The moral world of James”. PhD diss., Emory University.

Botha, J. E. 2006. “Soteriology under construction : the case of James.” Acta Patristica et Byzantina, (17): 100-18.

Aymer, Margaret Patricia. 2004. “‘First pure, then peaceable’: Frederick Douglass reads James.” PhD diss., Union Theological Seminary.

Edwards, Dennis Robert. 2003. “Reviving faith: An eschatological understanding of James 5:13–20”. PhD diss., The Catholic University of America.

Miller, Jeffrey David. 2003. “Textual criticism and the epistle of James: An experiment in methodology.” PhD diss., The Iliff School of Theology and University of Denver.

Porter, Virgil V., Jr. 2003. “The use of the Sermon on the Mount in the Epistle of James”. PhD diss., Dallas Theological Seminary.

Fernyhough, Richard Neil. 2001. “Constructing the world of wealth in the Epistle of James.” MTh diss., Vancouver School of Theology.

Batten, Alicia Joan. 2000. “Unworldly friendship: The ‘Epistle of Straw’ reconsidered.” PhD diss., University of St. Michael’s College.

Jackson-McCabe, Matt A. 1998. “Logos and law in the letter of James: The law of nature, the law of Moses, and the law of freedom.” PhD diss., The University of Chicago.

Quine, Jay A. 1997. “The use of the Law in the Epistle of James.” PhD diss., Dallas Theological Seminary.

Wachob, Wesley Hiram. 1993. “‘The rich in faith’ and ‘the poor in spirit’: The socio-rhetorical function of a saying of Jesus in the epistle of James.” PhD diss., Emory University.

Church, Christopher Lee. 1990. “A ‘Forschungsgeschichte’ on the literary character of the Epistle of James.” PhD diss., The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Webber, Martin I. 1985. “‘Iakobos ho Dikaios: Origins, Literary Expression And Development Of Traditions About The Brother Of The Lord In Early Christianity (James).” PhD diss., Fuller Theological Seminary, School of Theology.

McGonigal, Terence Patrick. 1981. “‘Abraham Believed God’: Genesis 15:6 and its Use in the New Testament.” PhD diss., Fuller Theological Seminary, School of Theology.

Maynard-Reid, Pedrito Uriah. 1981. “Poor And Rich In The Epistle Of James: A Socio-Historical And Exegetical Study.” ThD diss., Andrews University.

Awoniyi, Joel Dada. 1979. “The Classification of the Greek Manuscripts of the Epistle of James.” PhD diss., Andrews University.

Thanks to Jim Darlack for continuing to make more references on James available to me while I am research-challenged in Papua New Guinea. He sent me the references for all the theses listed above after using the excellent online research resources available to residents of Massachussetts. See his recent blog posting on that topic here.

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