Issue 4.2 of “Journal for the Study of Paul and His Letters” and New Directions (Gupta)

Issue 4.2 of “Journal for the Study of Paul and His Letters” and New Directions (Gupta) March 12, 2015

Recently I received my copy of issue 4.2 of Journal for the Study of Paul and His Letters (fall issue; Eisenbrauns) – if you do not already know, Mike Bird and I were the first co-editors of the journal, and beginning with issue 4.2 the editorship has passed to Stanley Porter and Christopher Land. Stan gives a nice brief history of the journal, a word about its growth and strength, and his hopes for the future – in particular he hopes that this journal will be a place where we will see essays that will break new ground. I hope so!

This issue has essays that came in while I was still editor, so I am quite happy to see them published – Paul and ecotheology, Paul and letter-carriers, Psalm 16:10 and 1 Corinthians 15:4, Beliar in 2 Cor 6:15, Torah in Antioch, Romans 16:17-20 and Satan, the Colossian Hymn. A feast of readings!

Just a reminder, this journal is a steal – $30 (US residents; $35 outside US) for an individual subscription. Contact Eisenbrauns to order.

Also, please think about making a submission – JSPL has extremely high standards (be warned!), but what a great place to have your scholarship!

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