New Testament Studies

(The TQCC of New Testament Studies is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
The Problem of the Domitianic Date of Revelation14
From Noble Death to Crucified Messiah10
The Date of John's Apocalypse. The Evidence of some Roman Historians Reconsidered10
The Date of the Parables of Enoch: A Critical Review9
From the Kerygma-Gospel to Written Gospels7
Towards a Date for the Similitudes of Enoch. An Historical Approach7
The Death of Jesus in Mark and the Miracle from the Cross6
Transformation und Partizipation als Grundgedanken paulinischer Theologie6
Spit in Your Eye: The Blind Man of Bethsaida and the Blind Man of Alexandria5
The Themes of 1 Peter: Insights from the Earliest Manuscripts (the Crosby-Schøyen Codex ms 193 and the Bodmer Miscellaneous Codex containing P72)4
A Tale of Two Sons: But Which One Did the Far, Far Better Thing? A Study of Matt 21.28–32.4
Gospel as News: ευαγγελ- from Aristophanes to the Apostle Paul4
Progymnastic Topic Lists: A Compositional Template for Luke and Other Bioi?4
From a Puppy to the Child Some Problems of Contemporary Biblical Exegesis Demonstrated from Mark 7.24–30/Matt 15.21–84
Recent Advances in Computational Linguistics and their Application to Biblical Studies4
Temple Concerns and High-Priestly Prosecutions from Peter to James: Between Narrative and History3
Mark VIII. 22–26: The Blind Man from Bethsaida3
Who are ‘The Dead’ and When was the Gospel Preached to Them?: The Interpretation of 1 Pet 4.63
Interpreting the Last Supper: Sacrifice, Spiritualization, and Anti-Sacrifice3
From the Parable of the Vineyard to a Pre-Synoptic Source3
Das introspektive Ich des Paulus nach Phil 1–3: Ein Entwurf3
2 Cor 6.14–7.1 and Rev 21.3–8: Evidence for the Ephesian Redaction of 2 Corinthians3
Romans 8.19–22 and Isaiah's Cosmic Covenant3
Sin and Evil in the Letter of James in Light of Qumran Discoveries3
Reconsidering the Beast from the Sea (Rev 13.1)3
The Lilies of the Field: Saying 36 of the Gospel of Thomas and Secondary Accretions in Q 12.22b–313
Paul of Tarshish: Isaiah 66.19 and the Spanish Mission of Romans 15.24, 283
Re-inking the Pen: Evidence from P. Oxy. 657 (P13) Concerning Unintentional Scribal Errors2
‘Mingled Blood’ From the Side of Christ (John xix. 34)2
How ‘Democratic’ Was the Pauline Ekklēsia? An Assessment with Special Reference to the Christ Groups of Roman Corinth2
‘More Ingenious than Learned’? Examining the Quest for the Non-Historical Jesus2
Editorial Fatigue and the Existence of Q2
Was Junia Really an Apostle? A Re-examination of Rom 16.72
Angels and the Eschatology of Heb 1–22
The Blood from Abel to Zechariah in the History of Interpretation2
Baptism and Jewish Exegesis: New Light from Ancient Sources2
Women's Silence and Jewish Influence: The Problematic Origins of the Conjectural Emendation on 1 Cor 14.33b–352
μαλακοί and ἀρσενοκοῖται: In Defence of Tertullian's Translation2
The Strategic Arousal of Emotions in the Apocalypse of John: A Rhetorical-Critical Investigation of the Oracles to the Seven Churches2
Matt 27.51–4 Reconsidered: Its Role in the Passion Narrative, Meaning and Origin2
The Date of the Triumphal Entry2
‘Extraction from the Mortal Site’: Badiou on the Resurrection in Paul2
Was Timothy in Prison with Paul?2
A Fitting End? Self-Denial and a Slave's Death in Mark'sLife of Jesus2
Mémoire, histoire et fiction dans la littérature johannique2
‘Linked Like a Chain’: Rev 22.6–9 in Light of an Ancient Transition Technique2
‘Short in Stature’: Luke's Physical Description of Zacchaeus2