JETS Vol 57 No 2 July 2014

231    The Muratorian Fragment: The State of Research
Eckhard J. Schnabel

265    Is New Testament Inerrancy a New Testament Concept: A tRaditional and Therefore Open-Minded Answer
Armin D. Baum

281    Convenant Conditionality and Consequence: New Terminology and a Case Study in the Abrahamic Covenant
David Andrew Dean

309    Herod the Great: Another Snapshot of His Treachery?
Barry J. Beitzel

323    Exploring the Pervasive References to Work in Jesus’ Parables
Klaus D. Issler

351    Stephen’s Speech as a Modified Prophetic Rih Formula
Brian Peterson

371    The Formulation of Thomistic Simplicity: Mapping Aquinas’s Method for Configuring God’s Essence
Paul Maxwell

405     Book Reviews
465    Index of Book Reviews

Catholic Biblical Quarterly Vol. 76 No. 3 July 2014

421-435    Hidden Treasure in Job14:17 Andrew R.Davis

436-449    Prophecy and the Monarchy in Haggai and Zechariah
Paul L. Redditt

436-449    Election by Allusion: Exodus Themes in the Book of Tobit
Francis  M. Macatangay

464-480    Anna’s Characterization in Luke 2:36-38: A Case of Conceptual Allusion? Andres Garcia Serrano

481-497    “In the Father’s Bosom”: Breastfeeding and Identity Formation in John’s Gospel
Alicia D. Myers

498-518    Memory and Hope in the Midst of Chaos: Reconsidering the Structure of 1 Thessalonians
Timothy Milinovich

498-518    Book Reviews
Joan E. Cook, S.C., and Linda M. Maloney

498-518    Collected Essays

592-597    Books Received

Books and Culture Vol 20 No 4 July/August 2014

8    Letter to a Friend   Michael Robbins

9    Their  Blood Cries  Out  Mark Noll
THE  GLOBAL WAR  ON  CHRISTIANS: DISPATCHES FROM  THE  FRONT LINES OF  ANTI-CHRISTIAN PERSECUTION
by John L. Allen, Jr.
CHRISTIANOPHOBIA: A  FAITH   UNDER ATTACK  by Rupert Shortt

Making Meanings of  Martyrdom  Danae Jacobson
The cult of “the North American martyrs.”

11    “A  Weird from Sturk to Finnic”   Alan  Jacobs
Modernism and endless revision.

14    Academic Divisions   Timothy Larsen
PHILOLOGY: THE  FORGOTTEN ORIGINS  OF  THE  MoDERN  HuMANITIES by James Turner

15    Rebellious Joy   William Edgar
17    Three  Little Bops   John H. McWhorter
WHY  JAZZ HAPPENED by Marc Myers

19    Born to Trouble   Hannah K. Grieser
RAISING   HENRY: A  MEMOIR OF  MOTHERHOOD,  DISABILITY, & DISCOVERY by Rachel Adams

22    Bad  Connection  Naomi  Schaefer Riley
IT’s  CoMPLICATED: THE  SociAL  LIVES  OF  NETWORKED TEENS  by danah boyd

23    “For Better or  for  Worse”  Lisa   Ohlen Harris
No SAINTS  AROUND HERE:  A  CAREGIVER’s DAYS  by Susan Allen Toth

Divine Logic  Kimberlee Conway Ireton
JOURNEY  INTO  THE  HEART   OF  GOD: LIVING THE  LITURGICAL YEAR  by Philip H.  Pfatteicher

24    A Vast  Horde of  Souls   Wesley  Hill
CITY OF  GOD: FAITH   IN THE  STREETS by Sara Miles

25 Theological Seitz: Paul’s  Letter to the  Colossians  Robert Gundry
COLOSSIANS: BRAZOS  THEOLOGICAL  COMMENTARY ON  THE  BIBLE by Christopher R. Seitz

27 “Doing God” Naomi Haynes
GOD’S AGENTS: BIBLICAL PUBLICITY  IN  CONTEMPORARY  ENGLAND by Matthew Engelke

29    Redefining Religious Fiction  D. G. Myers
ARTS  AND ENTERTAINMENTS by Christopher Beha
HOLD THE  DARK  by William  Giraldi

30    “Imitate Him  If You  Dare” I  Karen Swallow  Prior
JONATHAN SWIFT: HIS LIFE AND  HIS WORLD by Leo Damrosch
GuLLIVER’s TRAVELS: THE  CAMBRIDGE EDITION OF  THE  WORKS OF  JONATHAN SWIFT  edited by David Wormesley

32    Coffee with Harper Lee  Malcolm  Forbes
THE  MOCKINGBIRD NEXT DOOR: LIFE WITH  HARPER LEE by Marfa Mills

How It Will Be   David Skeel
DEAR  LIFE by Dennis O’Driscoll

34    Bromwich’s Bracing Distinctions   Helen Andrews
MORAL IMAGINATION: ESSAYS by David Bromwich

35      “Things Were Happening to Her”  Alissa  Wilkinson
FRIENDSHIP by Emily Gould

37    A Novel of  the Great  Awakening  Richard  A. Bailey
SPIDER IN  A TREE by Susan Stinson

38    Fashion on the  Street   Laura Turner
HONOLULU STREET STYLE  by Malie Moran, Attila Pohlmann, and Andrew Reilly

Psychology Today July/August 2014 Vol 47 No. 4

46    Love and Lust
Contrary to conventional wisdom, desire is alive and well in long-lasting marriages. What kills lust for today’s couples is not the sharing of all aspects of their lives but the lack of “give” inside the relationship. Zero-sum partner­ ships exact a high cost. BYVIRGINIARUTTER, PH.D.

56    Child-ol-a-try
Today’s parents dote on their kids and not enough on their relationship. Too often, they sacrifice inti­ macy. The result is a lot of depressive marriages.
BY JOHN GARTNER, PH.D.

62     Partners in Crime
From Leopold and Loeb to Bonnie and Clyde, people who murder often do so in pairs-but not as equals. There are dominant and submissive partners, and a dark instinct draws them together. BY KATHERINE RAMSLAND, PH.D.

70    Parents Just Don’t Understand
Moms and dads know their kids better than anyone. So why do they get so many things-from height to intelligence-wrong? Dis­ cover what’s behind seven common misperceptions.
BY NICK FRIEDMAN

78    Super Survival of the Fittest
Bad things happen all the time. While many people bounce back, others do much more; they bounce forward. Here is how some transform suffering into success.
BY DAVID B. FELDMAN, PH.D., AND LEE DANIEL KRAVETZ

Journal of Theological Interpretation Vol 8 No 1 Spring 2014

1    Kerygma and Community: A REsponse to R.W.L. Moberly’s Revisting of Bultmann
David W. Congdon

23    The Beginnings of a Theology of  Luke-Acts: Divine Activity and Human Response
Joshua W. Jipp

45    Nothing beyond What is Written?” 1 Corinthians and the Hermeneutics of Early Christian Theology
David I. Starling

63    Thomas Aquinas, 2 Corinthians 5, and the Christian Hope for Life after Death
Jason Hentschel

81    Divine Ordinances and Life-Giving Remedies: Galatians in the Writings of Cyprian of Carthage
Edwina Murphy

103    You are Filled in Him: Theosis and Colossians 2-3
Ben C. Blackwell

125    Paul’s “Anti-Christology” in 2 Thessalonians 2:3-12 in Canonical Context
Andy Johnson

145    The Untold History of Modern Biblical Scholarship’s Pre-Enlightenment Secular Origins
Jeffery L. Morrow