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In their latest catalog, Wipf & Stock has announced the publication of this book: Caleb T. Listen, Understand, Obey: Essays on Hebrews in Honor of Gareth Lee Cockerill."This volume brings together a diverse group of scholars, includi... "Humanity as City-Builders: Observations on Human Work from Hebrews’ Interpretation of Genesis 1–11." Journal of Biblical and Theological Studies 2.1 (2017): 32–41."Hebrews claims that Abraham “was looking forward to ... ISD Publishers is announcing the publication of the forthcoming book on Hebrews: The Epistle to the Hebrews: Writing at the Borders. However, it was not my intent to uncover the entire story world of Hebrews except for that...Other sexual content is moderate, with some kissing and caressing over clothing.Profanity isn't frequent, but it's strong, with "f--k" and "s--t" a few times each.The Catholic Biblical Association will have its eighteenth international meeting on August 5-8, 2017 at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D. They will be having a continuing seminar on the Epistle to the Hebrews. It will be published with Cascade Books, an imprint of Wipf & Stock. Here is the latest article on Hebrews to appear: David M. "Jesus’ Heavenly Sacrifice in Early Christian Reception of Hebrews: A Survey." Journal of Theolical Studies 68.1 (2017): 46–71. The Lectio Continua Expository Commentary on the New Testament is a new expository comment... “Moses as ΘΕΡΑΠΩΝ in Heb 3:5–6: Portrait of a Cultic Prophet-Priest in Egypt? Some other recent publications on Hebrews include: Compton, Jared. The Identity of God's People and the Paradox of Hebrews. Abstract:"Does the letter to the Hebrews confirm traditional notions of Jewish identity, does it art... Some additional resources added this evening: Ribbens, Benjamin J. Langenhoven, Hanno, Eliska Nortjé, Annette Potgieter, and Yolande Steenkamp. The Review of Biblical Literature has two new reviews on books pertinent to Hebrews study: Peeler, Amy L. You Are My Son: The Family of God in the Epistle to the Hebrews. The latest issue of Novum Testamentum has an article on Hebrews: Guzmán, Ron, and Michael W. Felix Cortez’ review of my book has recently appeared on the RBL website. I only recently became aware of this work and have managed to find a used copy from Germany: Winter, Aloysius. Here are some new articles and essays that I have come across in the blogosphere: Samra, Jim. I am a tad late getting this out, but I have been busy. I see that my dissertation is now available online: Small, Brian Christopher. Some of the Hebrews highlights for June 2015: I respond to Felix Cortez's review of my book on the RBL blog.