New Testament

Exegesis/Hermeneutics/Biblical Criticism Titles from Liberation, Postcolonial, Contextual and Majority World scholars.

Biblical Studies, Commentaries, Hermeneutics:

NEW TESTAMENT

Schottroff, Luise (Germany): Let the Oppressed Go Free: Feminist Perspectives on the New Testament. 1991: Westminster/John Knox Press

Schottroff, Luise (Germany): “Women as Followers of Jesus in New Testament Times” in The Bible and Liberation: Political and Social Hermeneuticseds. Norman K. Gottwald & Richard A. Horsley. 1993: Orbis

Moore, Stephen D. (Ireland & USA): Empire and Apocalypse: Postcolonialism and the New Testament. 2006: Sheffield Phoenix Press

Porter, Stanley E. (European-American, USA) & Cynthia Long Westfall (European-American, USA/Canada) [eds.] Empire in the New Testament. 2011: Wipf and Stock

Runesson, Anna (Sweden): Exegesis in the Making: Postcolonialism and New Testament Studies. 2011: Brill

JESUS OF NAZARETH

Wasike, Anna Nasimiyu (Kenya): “Jesus: An African Perspective” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Abesamis, Carlos (Philippines): “Jesus: An Asian Perspective” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Richard, Pablo (Costa Rica): “Jesus: A Latin American Perspective” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Mihoc, Vasil (Romania): “Jesus: An Orthodox Perspective” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Duran, Nicole Wilkinson (European-American, USA): “Jesus: A Western Perspective” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Graham Brock, Ann (European American, USA): “Scribal Blunder or Textual Plunder? Codex Bezae, Textual-Rhetorical Analysis, and the Diminished Role of Women” in Her Master’s Tools: Feminist and Postcolonial Engagements of Historical-Critical Discourse, eds. Caroline Vander Stichele & Toddy Penner. 2005: Society of Biblical Literature

Schaber, Jane (European American, USA): The Illegitimacy of Jesus: A Feminist Theological Interpretation of the Infancy Narratives (Expanded Twentieth Anniversary Edition). 2006: Sheffield Phoenix

Horsley, Richard A (European American, USA): “Moral Economy and Renewal Movement in Q” in Jesus in Context: Power, People, and Performance, 2008: Fortress

MATTHEW

Carter, Warren (New Zealand & USA): “The Gospel of Matthew” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

Duarte, Alejandro Alberto (Ceuta, Spain & Argentina): “Matthew” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Sugirtharajah, R.S. (U.K. & India): “Matthew 5-7: The Sermon on the Mount and India” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Ezeogu, Ernest M. (Nigeria & Canada): “The African Origin of Jesus: An Afrocentric Reading of Matthew’s Infancy Narrative (Matthew 1–2)” in Postcolonial Perspectives in African Biblical Scholarship, eds. Musa W. Dube, Andrew M. Mbuvi, and Dora Mbuwayesango. 2012: Society of Biblical Literature

Ekem, John D.K. (Ghana): “Interpreting τὸν ἄρτον ἡμῶν τὸν ἐπιούσιον in the Context of Ghanaian MotherTongue Hermeneutics” in Postcolonial Perspectives in African Biblical Scholarship, eds. Musa W. Dube, Andrew M. Mbuvi, and Dora Mbuwayesango. 2012: Society of Biblical Literature

Smith, Mitzi J. (African-American, USA) & Jayachitra Lalitha (India) [eds.]: Teaching All Nations: Interrogating the Matthean Great Commission. 2014: Fortress Press

Myles, Robert J. (Aetoreoa/New Zealand, Pakeha): “Homelessness, Neoliberalism, and Jesus’ “Decision” to Go Rogue: An Analysis of Matthew 4:12-25″ in Reading the Bible in an Age of Crisis: Political Exegesis for a New Day, ed. Bruce Worthington. 2015: Fortress Press

MARK

Waetjen, Herman C. (Germay): A Reordering of Power: A Socio-Political Reading of Mark’s Gospel. 1989: Fortress

Myers, Ched (European American, USA): “The Ideology and Social Strategy of Mark’s Community” in The Bible and Liberation: Political and Social Hermeneuticseds. Norman K. Gottwald & Richard A. Horsley. 1993: Orbis

Dube, Musa W. (Botswana): “Mark’s Healing Stories in an AIDS Context” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Kinukawa, Hisako (Japan): “Mark” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Miller, Susan (Scotland): “The Descent of Darkness over the Land: Listening to the Voice of Earth in Mark 15:33” in Exploring Ecological Hermeneutics, eds. Norman C. Habel & Peter Trudinger. 2008: Society of Biblical Literature 

Moore, Stephen D. (Ireland & USA): “Mark and Empire: “Zealot” and “Postcolonial” Readings” in The Postcolonial Biblical Reader, ed. R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2006: Blackwell Publishing 

Tat-siong Liew, Benny (Chinese-American, USA): “Tyranny, Boundary, and Might: Colonial Mimicry in Mark’s Gospel” in The Postcolonial Biblical Reader, ed. R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2006: Blackwell Publishing 

Tat-siong Liew, Benny (Chinese-American, USA): “The Gospel of Mark” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

Wainwright, Elaine (New Zealand, Pakeha): “Healing Ointment/Healing Bodies: Gift and Identification in an Ecofeminist Reading of Mark 14:3-9” in Exploring Ecological Hermeneutics, eds. Norman C. Habel & Peter Trudinger. 2008: Society of Biblical Literature 

Kgalemang, Malebogo (Botswana): “A Postcolonial Feminist Reading of Mark 14–16” in Postcolonial Perspectives in African Biblical Scholarship, eds. Musa W. Dube, Andrew M. Mbuvi, and Dora Mbuwayesango. 2012: Society of Biblical Literature

Leander, Hans (Sweden): Discourses of Empire: The Gospel of Mark from a Postcolonial Perspective. 2013: Society of Biblical Literature

Tat-siong Benny Liew (Chinese American, USA): “Haunting Silence: Trauma, Failed Orality, and Mark’s Messianic Secret” in Psychoanalytic Mediations Between Marxist and Postcolonial Readings of the Bible, eds. Tat-siong Benny Liew and Erin Runions. 2016: Society of Biblical Literature

LUKE

Burrus, Virginia (European American, USA): “The Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostle” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

Chun Kwang Chung (Asian American, Brazil): “Ethnohermeneutics of Luke 16.1-13, American, Brazilian and Korean Perspectives” [Dissertation, 2011]: Reformed Theological Seminary, Jacksonville. 

Krüger, René (Argentina): “Luke’s God and Mammon: A Latin American Perspective” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Ottermann, Monika (Germany & Brazil): “’How Could He Ever Do That to Her?!’ Or, How the Woman Who Anointed Jesus Became a Victim of Luke’s Redactional and Theological Principles” in Reading Other-wise: Socially Engaged Biblical Scholars Reading with their Local Communities, ed. Gerald O. West. 2007: Society of Biblical Literature 

Upkong, Justin (Nigeria): “Luke” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Yafeh-Deigh, Alice Y. (Cameroon & USA): “The Liberative Power of Silent Agency: A Postcolonial Afro-Feminist-Womanist Reading of Luke 10:38–42” in Postcolonial Perspectives in African Biblical Scholarship, eds. Musa W. Dube, Andrew M. Mbuvi, and Dora Mbuwayesango. 2012: Society of Biblical Literature

JOHN

Dube, Musa W. (Nigeria) & Jeffrey L. Staley (European-American, USA) [eds.]: John and Postcolonialism: Travel, Space, and Power. 2002: Sheffield Academic Press

  • Dube, Musa W. (Nigeria/Botswana) & Jeffrey L. Staley (European-American, USA): “Descending from and Ascending Into Heaven: A Postcolonial Analysis of Travel, Space, and Power in John”
  • Swanson, Tod D. (European America, USA/Ecuador): “To Prepare A Place: Johannine Christianity and the Collapse of Ethnic Territory”
  • Staley, Jeffrey L. (European-American, USA): “‘Dis Place, Man’: A Postcolonial Critique of the Vine (the Mountain and the Temple) in the Gospel of John”
  • Dube, Musa W. (Nigeria/Botswana): “Reading for Decolonization (John 4:1-42)”
  • Lozada Jr., Francisco (USA, Latino): “Contesting an Interpretation of John 5: Moving Beyond Colonial Evangelism”
  • Huie-Jolly, Mary R. (New Zealand, Maori) “Maori “Jews” and a Resistant Reading of John 5.10-47”
  • Kim, Jean K. (Korean-American, USA): “Adultery or Hybridity?: Reading John 7:53-8:11 from a Postcolonial Context”
  • Guardiola-Sáenz, Leticia A. (Mexican-American, USA): “Border-crossing and its Redemptive Power in John 7:53-8:11: A Cultural Reading of Jesus and the Accused
  • Glass, Zipporah G. (USA): “Building Toward Nation-ness in the Vine: A Postcolonial Critique of John 15:1-8”
  • Reinhartz, Adele (Jewish Canadian): “The Colonizer as Colonized: Intertextual Dialogue Between the Gospel of John and Canadian Identity”
  • Tat-siong Liew, Benny (Chinese-American, USA): “Ambiguous Admittance: Consent and Descent in John’s Community of ‘Upward’ Mobility”

Kyung-mi Park (Korea): “John” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Vassiliadis, Petros (Greece): “John in an Orthodox Perspective” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Huie-Jolly, Mary R. (New Zealand, Maori) “Maori “Jews” and a Resistant Reading of John 5.10-47” in The Postcolonial Biblical Reader, ed. R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2006: Blackwell Publishing 

Tan Yak-hwee (Taiwan): Re-Presenting the Johannine Community: A Postcolonial Perspective. 2008: Peter Land Publishing

Segovia, Fernando F. (Cuban American, USA): “The Gospel of John” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

Tat-siong Benny Liew. (Chinese American, USA): “Queering Closets and Perverting Desires: Cross-examining John’s Engendering and Transgendering Word across Different Worlds” in They Were All Together In One Place? Toward Minority Biblical Criticism, eds. Randall C. Bailey, Tat-siong Benny Liew and Fernando F. Segovia. 2009. Society of Biblical Literature

Tat-siong Benny Liew (Chinese American, USA): “The Gospel of Bare Life: Reading Death, Dream, and Desire Through John’s Jesus” in Psychoanalytic Mediations Between Marxist and Postcolonial Readings of the Bible, eds. Tat-siong Benny Liew and Erin Runions. 2016: Society of Biblical Literature

ACTS

Burrus, Virginia (European American, USA): “The Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostle” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

Tat-siong Liew, Benny (Chinese American, USA): “Acts” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Demetrius K. Williams (African American, USA): “‘Upon All Flesh’: Acts 2, African Americans, and Intersectional Realities” in They Were All Together In One Place? Toward Minority Biblical Criticism, eds. Randall C. Bailey, Tat-siong Benny Liew and Fernando F. Segovia. 2009. Society of Biblical Literature

PAUL THE APOSTLE

Jones, Jr., Amos (African American, USA): “Paul’s Message of Freedom” in The Bible and Liberation: Political and Social Hermeneuticseds. Norman K. Gottwald & Richard A. Horsley. 1993: Orbis

Elliott, Neil (European American, USA): Liberation Paul: The Justice of God and the Politics of the Apostle. 1994: Orbis Books

Punt, Jeremy (South Africa): “Towards a Postcolonial Reading of Freedom in Paul” in Reading the Bible in the Global Village – Cape Town (2002): Society of Biblical Literature 

Vander Stichele, Caroline (Amsterdam) & Todd Penner (European American, USA): “Paul and the Rhetoric of Gender” in Her Master’s Tools: Feminist and Postcolonial Engagements of Historical-Critical Discourse, eds. Caroline Vander Stichele & Toddy Penner. 2005: Society of Biblical Literature

Punt, Jeremy (South Africa): “Pauline Bodies and South African Bodies: Body, Power, and Biblical Hermeneutics” in Postcolonial Perspectives in African Biblical Scholarship, eds. Musa W. Dube, Andrew M. Mbuvi, and Dora Mbuwayesango. 2012: Society of Biblical Literature

Punt, Jeremy (South Africa): Postcolonial Biblical Interpretation: Reframing Paul. 2015: Brill

ROMANS

Elliott, Neil (European American, USA): “The Letter to the Romans” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

Patte, Daniel (USA & France): “Romans” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Tonstad, Sigve (Norway): “Creation Groaning in Labor Pains” in Exploring Ecological Hermeneutics, eds. Norman C. Habel & Peter Trudinger. 2008: Society of Biblical Literature 

Worthington, Bruce (European American, Canada): “Romans 13:1-7: With an Eye to Global Capital” in Reading the Bible in an Age of Crisis: Political Exegesis for a New Day, ed. Bruce Worthington. 2015: Fortress Press

1 CORINTHIANS

Pathrapankal, Joseph (India): “1 Corinthians” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Duran, Nicole Wilkinson (USA & Turkey) & Demirer, Derya (USA & Turkey): “1 Corinthians 11 in Christian-Muslim Dialogue” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Horsley, Richard A. (European American, USA): “The First and Second Letters to the Corinthians” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

2 CORINTHIANS

Horsley, Richard A. (European American, USA): “The First and Second Letters to the Corinthians” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

Manus, Ukachukwu Chris (Nigeria): “2 Corinthians” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

GALATIANS

Míguez, Nestór Oscar (Argentina): “Galatians” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Wan, Sze-kar (Asian American, USA): “The Letter to the Galatians” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

EPHESIANS

Bird, Jennifer G. (European American, USA): “The Letter to the Ephesians” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

Riches, John (Scotland): “Ephesians” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Lalitha, Jayachitra (India): “Decolonizing Marital Gender Norms in Eph. 5:21-33” in Decolonizing the Body of Christ: Theology and Theory After Empire, eds. David Joy & Joseph F. Duggan. 2012: Palgrave Macmillan

PHILIPPIANS

Agosto, Efrain (Puerto Rican, USA):  “The Letter to the Philippians” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

Williams, Demetrius K. (African America, USA): “Philippians” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Marchal, Joseph A. (European American, USA): “Military Images in Philippians 1–2: A Feminist Analysis of the Rhetorics of Scholarship, Philippians, and Current Contexts” in Her Master’s Tools: Feminist and Postcolonial Engagements of Historical-Critical Discourse, eds. Caroline Vander Stichele & Toddy Penner. 2005: Society of Biblical Literature

COLOSSIANS

Okure, Teresa (Nigeria): “Colossians” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Zerbe, Gordon (USA, b. Japan) & Orevillo-Montenegro, Muriel (Philippines): “The Letter to the Colossians” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

1 & 2 THESSALONIANS

Yeo Khiok-khng (K.K.) (China): “1 Thessalonians” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Yeo Khiok-khng (K.K.) (China): “2 Thessalonians” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Smith, Abraham (African American, USA): “The First and Second Letters to the Thessalonians” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

1 & 2 TIMOTHY, AND TITUS

Tamez, Elsa (Costa Rica): “1 Timothy” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Arichea, Jr., Daniel C. (Phillipines): “2 Timothy & Titus” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Broadbent, Ralph (U.K.): “The First and Second Letters to Timothy and the Letter to Titus” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

PHILEMON

Kim, Jean (Korea): “Philemon” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Callahan, Alan Dwight (Brazil): “The Letter to Philemon” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

Thomas, Oral W. (Caribbean): Chapter 3, “Putting Philemon in its Place” & Chapter 4, “‘Readings’ of Philemon” in Biblical Resistance Hermeneutics within a Caribbean Context, 2014: Routledge

HEBREWS

Trofanâ, Stelian (Romania): “Hebrews” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Okure, Teresa (Nigeria): “Hebrews: Sacrifice in an African Perspective” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Punt, Jeremy (South Africa): “The Letter to the Hebrews” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

JAMES

Tamez, Elsa (Mexican American, USA): “The Scandalous Message of James: The Angle of Praxis” in Liberation Paul: The Justice of God and the Politics of the Apostle. 1994: Orbis Books

Conti, Cristina (Uruguay): “James” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Ringe, Sharon (European American, USA): “The Letter of James” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

Mongstad-Kvammen, Ingeborg (Norway): Toward a Postcolonial Reading of the Epistle of James: James 2:1-13 in its Imperial Context. 2013: Brill

1 & 2 PETER

Briggs Kittredge, Cynthia (European American, USA): “The Second Letter of Peter” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

Ringe, Sharon (European American, USA): “1 & 2 Peter, Jude” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Schussler Fiorenza, Elizabeth (Romania & Germany): “The First Letter of Peter” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

JUDE

Ringe, Sharon (European American, USA): “1 & 2 Peter, Jude” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Park, Rohun (Korea & USA): “The Letter of Jude” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

1, 2 & 3 JOHN

Beutler, Johannes (Germany & Italy): “1, 2, and 3 John” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Sugirtharajah, R.S. (U.K. & India): “The First, Second and Third Letters of John” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings, eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

REVELATION

Moore, Stephen D. (Ireland & USA): “The Revelation to John” in A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings,eds. Fernando F. Segovia and R.S. Sugirtharajah. 2009: T&T Clark 

Rowland, Christopher (U.K.): “Revelation” in Global Bible Commentary, eds. Daniel Patte, José Severino Croatto, Teresa Okure. 2004: Abingdon

Levine, Amy-Jill & Maria Mayo Robbins [eds.]: A Feminist Companion to the Apocalypse of John. 2006: T&T Clark

Darden, Lynne St. Claire (African American, USA): Scripturalizing Revelation: An African American Postcolonial Reading of Empire. 2015: Society of Biblical Literature (Series: Semeia Studies, No. 80)

Hansen, Ryan L. (European American, USA): “On Trying to Praise the Mutilated World: Reading Revelation in the Midst of Ecological Crisis” in Reading the Bible in an Age of Crisis: Political Exegesis for a New Day, ed. Bruce Worthington. 2015: Fortress Press

Wood, Shane J. (European American, USA): The Alter-Imperial Paradigm: Empire Studies and the Book of Revelation. 2016: Brill

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