The Jewish World around the New Testament: Collected Essays I
Mohr Siebeck have published a volume of Richard Bauckham's collected essay with, if I remember rightly, one more volume to follow.
Richard Bauckham, The Jewish World around the New Testament: Collected Essays I (548 pages worth!). Here are some of the articles:
- The Rise of Apocalyptic
- The Delay of the Parousia
- The Son of Man: 'A Man in my Position' or 'Someone'?
- The Apocalypses in J. H. Charlesworth's Old Testament Pseudepigrapha
- Pseudo-Apostolic Letters
- The List of the Tribes of Israel in Revelation 7
- The "Parting of the Ways": What Happened and Why
- The Messianic Interpretation of Isaiah 10:34
- The Relevance of Extra-Canonical Jewish Texts to New Testament Study
- What if Paul had Travelled East rather than West?
- Covenant, Law and Salvation in the Jewish Apocalypses
- The Restoration of Israel in Luke-Acts
- Paul and Other Jews with Latin Names in the New Testament
- Tobit as a Parable for the Exiles of Northern Israel
- The Continuing Quest for the Origins of the Old Testament Pseudepigrapha
Boy oh boy do I want this book, especially as there are quite a few articles that I have not yet read. Some of them are well known, and I will never forget reading 'The Restoration of Israel in Luke-Acts' which helped a lot of mental cogs finally click into place.