Christology, Controversy, and Community: New Testament Essays in Honour of David R. Catchpole

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MAJOR PUBLICATIONS OF DAVID CATCHPOLE

“The Problem of the Historicity of the Sanhedrin Trial”, The Trial of Jesus FS C.F.D. Moule (ed. E. Bammel, London: SCM 1970) 47–65.

“The Answer of Jesus to Caiaphas (Matthew XXVI.64)”, NTS 17 (1971) 223–6.

The Trial of Jesus. A Study in the Gospels and Jewish Historiography from 1770 to the Present Day. Studia Post-Biblica XVIII (Leiden: Brill, 1971) xiii + 324 pp.

“The Synoptic Divorce Material as a Traditio-historical Problem”, BJRL 57 (1974) 92–127.

“The Trial of Jesus”, Interpreter's Dictionary of the Bible. Supplementary Volume (Nashville TS: Abingdon, 1976) 917–9.

“Tradition History”, New Testament Interpretation, ed. I.H. Marshall (Exeter: Paternoster, 1977) 165–80.

“The Fearful Silence of the Women at the Tomb. A Study in Markan Theology”, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 18 (1977) 3–10.

“The Son of Man's Search for Faith (Luke XVIII.8b)”, NovT 19 (1977) 81–104.

“Paul, James and the Apostolic Decree”, NTS 23 (1977) 428–44.

“John the Baptist, Jesus and the Parable of the Tares”, SJT 31 (1978) 557–70.

“On Doing Violence to the Kingdom”, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 25 (1978) 50–61.

“The Poor on Earth and the Son of Man in Heaven. A Study of Matthew XXV. 31–46”, BJRL 61 (1979) 355–97.

“The Sermon on the Mount in Today's World”, Theologia Evangelica 14 (1981) 4–11.

“The Angelic Son of Man in Luke XII 8”, NovT 24 (1982) 255–65.

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