Ancient Letters and the New Testament: A Guide to Context and Exegesis

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New Testament Letters II: Selected Texts

A. A Letter of Hope: First Thessalonians

Bibliography 53 (selected commentaries): E. Best, The First and Second Epistles to the Thessalonians, BNTC/HNTC (London and New York 1972). E. von Dobschütz, Die Thessalonicher-Briefe, KEK 10 (Göttingen 71909; repr. 1974). G. L. Green, The Letters to the Thessalonians, Pillar New Testament Commentary (Grand Rapids 2002). T. Holtz, Der erste Brief an die Thessalonicher, EKKNT 12 (Zürich and Neukirchen-Vluyn 1986). F. Laub, 1. und 2. Thessalonicherbrief, NEchtB 13 (Würzburg 1985). A. J. Malherbe, The Letters to the Thessalonians: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary, AB 32B (New York 2000). W. Marxsen, Der erste Brief an die Thessalonicher, ZBK 11/1 (Zürich 1979). P. G. Müller, Der erste und zweite Brief an die Thessalonicher, RNT (Regensburg 2001). E. J. Richard, First and Second Thessalonians, SP 11 (Collegeville 1995). C. A. Wanamaker, The Epistles to the Thessalonians, NIGTC (Grand Rapids 1990).

Bibliography 54 (monographs, anthologies, etc.): J. Bickmann, Kommunikation gegen den Tod: Studien zur paulinischen Briefpragmatik am Beispiel des Ersten Thessalonicherbriefes, FB 86 (Würzburg 1998). R. F. Collins, Studies on the First Letter to the Thessalonians, BETL 66 (Leuven 1984). idem, ed., The Thessalonian Correspondence, BETL 87 (Leuven 1990). R. Jewett, The Thessalonian Correspondence: Pauline Rhetoric and Millenarian Piety, FF (Philadelphia 1986). B. C. Johanson, To All the Brethren: A Text-Linguistic and Rhetorical Approach to I Thessalonians, ConBNT 16 (Stockholm 1987). A. J. Malherbe, Paul and the Thessalonians: The Philosophic Tradition of Pastoral Care (Philadelphia 1987). M. M. Mitchell, “1 and 2 Thessalonians,” in J. D. G. Dunn, ed., The Cambridge Companion to St. Paul (Cambridge 2003) 51–63. eadem, “Thessalonicherbriefe,” in H. D. Betz, D. S. Browning, B. Janowski, and

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