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New Testament / Second Testament
Keywords for Online Searching:
New Testament, Gospel, Epistle, Jesus, Paul, Peter, John

Associated Journals and Organizations: Journal of Biblical Literature, Novum Testamentum, The Journal of the Orthodox Center for the Advancement of Biblical Studies.


SBL Program Units:
Aramaic Studies
Biblical Greek Language and Linguistics
Book of Acts
Corpus Hellenisticum Novi Testamenti
Disputed Paulines
Formation of Luke-Acts
Greek Bible
Hebrews
Historical Jesus
International Greek New Testament Project
Jesus Traditions, Gospels, and Negotiating the Roman Imperial World
Johannine Literature
John's Apocalypse and Cultural Contexts Ancient and Modern
John, Jesus, and History
Mark
Matthew
Methodological Reassessments of the Letters of James, Peter, and Jude
New Testament Textual Criticism
Paul and Politics
Paul and Scripture
Pauline Epistles
Pauline Soteriology
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Rhetoric and the New Testament
Romans through History and Cultures
Social Scientific Criticism of the New Testament
Synoptic Gospels
The New Testament Mysticism Project
Wisdom and Apocalypticism in Early Judaism and Early Christianity

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Sites of Interest

New Testament/Second Testament
  • Greek New Testament
    A searchable GNT most notable for its non-browser specific implementation and the ability to limit searches by proximity, other words, or grammatical category.
  • Duke Papyrus Archive
  • Greek New Testament MP3 Files
    Marilyn Phemister reads the Greek New Testament.
  • Bibliographical Repertoire of Greek Lexicography, RBLG (second supplement)
  • Digital Nestle-Aland Prototype
    The standard scholarly text for the Greek New Testament has taken a giant step forward at this site. The Institute for New Testament Textual Research at the University Münster in collaboration with Scholarly Digital Editions (Leicester, UK) and the Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft (Stuttgart, Germany) fulfilled concrete the promise of technology for biblical studies. This project raises the bar for any biblical text project to be considered serious scholarship.
  • British New Testament Society
  • Into His Own: Perspective on the World of Jesus
    Using brief passages from original texts, translated into English, this site provides readers with texts illustrating the cultural background of the New Testament and the life of Jesus.
  • The Johannine Literature Web
    An excellent starting point for students or scholars seeking high quality online materials on Johannine Literature. Maintained by Felix Just, SJ, Loyola Marymount University
  • New Testament Gateway 
    A very comprehesive site for New Testament scholars by Mark Goodacre which includes the "All-in-One Biblical Resources Search" page; highly recommended.
  • New Testament Transcripts Prototype
    The prototype for transcripts of New Testament manuscripts from the Institute for New Testament Textual Research at the University of Münster; as an adaptation of modern technology to a traditional scholarly task, this project has no equals in the world of biblical textual studies and only one outside that realm. (Peter Robison's Chaucer project; It should be noted that Professor Robinson is acting as an adviser to this project.)
  • Otfrid's Evangelienbuch
  • Processes used to study New Testament manuscripts
  • Resource Pages for Biblical Studies
    Based at volda University College, these pages focus on "early Christian writings and their social world" but also include resoirces of interest to biblical scholars/students in general.
  • Synoptic Gospel Primer
    Mahlon Smith has made good use of hypertext links and text coloring to illustrate Synoptic Gospel issues for undergraduates. This is a "primer" only in the sense that it relies on an English translation of the text, which makes it more accessible to its intended audience. The site and its techniques merit extended study and emulation by scholars concerned with textual or textual transmission issues.
 
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