James Papers at ETS – Five!

There were 5 papers on James presented at the 61st Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society last week. The Recent James Scholarship page on this site has been updated with these plus the 12 papers from the SBL Annual Meeting and the 8 articles in the recent SNTS volume. A total of 29 titles on James in 2009 so far.

From ETS…

Baker, William. 2009. “Global Christianity and the Gospel According to James.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society; New Orleans, LA, November 18.

Kamell, Mariam J. 2009. “Endurance unto Salvation: The Witness of 1 Peter and James.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society; New Orleans, LA, November 18 (also presented at the Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting; New Orleans, LA, November 22.

Lim, Do-Kyun. 2009. “Rhetoric Sensitive Sermon in the Epistle of James: Revitalizing Biblical Rhetorical Effects from James’ Protreptic Epistle.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society; New Orleans, LA, November 18 (also presented at the Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting; New Orleans, LA, November 22).

Savelle, Charles. 2009. “A Theology of God in the Epistle of James.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society; New Orleans, LA, November 18.

Sawilowski, Michael. 2009. “Who’s the Man? James 2 and the Jesus Tradition of Matthew 2.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society; New Orleans, LA, November 18.

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