SBL Papers Now Live

Because mine is one of them, I have been keeping an eye on which NT papers for SBL are already being hosted online.  Here is a list:

NB for the Second Corinthians seminar, I have only listed those papers currently available in full.  To get the .pdf's click on the surname.

Second Corinthians: Pauline Theology in the Making
1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Balcony L
2 Corinthians in General

Thomas Schmeller, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt a.M. , Presiding

Sean F. Winter, Uniting Church Theological College
The Meaning and Function of Paul’s ‘Comfort’ Language in 2 Corinthians (20 min)

Laurence L. Welborn, Fordham University
"By the Mouth of Two or Three Witnesses": Paul's Invocation of a Deuteronomic Statute (2 Corinthians 13:1) (20 min)

Dustin W. Ellington, Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo
Not Intended for Life Application?: The Basis and Aims of Paul's "I" in 2 Corinthians 10-13 (20 min)


Second Corinthians: Pauline Theology in the Making
4:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Bacchus Suite
2 Corinthians 3

Reimund Bieringer, Catholic University of Leuven-Belgium, Presiding

Carl N. Toney, Fuller Theological Seminary
Paul’s Illiterate Reference Letter in 2 Corinthians 3 (20 min)

Ben C. Blackwell, Durham University
Becoming 'Gods'?: 2 Corinthians 3:18 and Theosis (20 min)


Second Corinthians: Pauline Theology in the Making
4:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Bacchus Suite
2 Corinthians 3 and the Larger Context

Edith M. Humphrey, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, Presiding

Thomas R. Blanton, IV, Luther College
Recent Research on 2 Corinthians 3: Implications for the “New Perspective” (20 min)

M. David Litwa, University of Virginia
Paul’s Mosaic Ascent: An Interpretation of 2 Corinthians 12:7-9 (20 min)

Contextual Biblical Interpretation

9:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Room TBD
Paul�s Letters: Preparing a volume for the TEXTS@CONTEXTS Series Fortress Press

Daniel Patte, Vanderbilt University, Presiding (5 min)

Yung Suk Kim, Virginia Union University, Presiding (5 min)

Johann D. Kim, Colorado Christian University
Towards a Communal Reading of Paul: Galatians as a Test Case (15 min)

K.K. Yeo, Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary,

Pauline Theological "Counseling" of Love in the Language of the Zhuangzi: A Reading of Love in 1 Corinthians in a Chinese Philosophical Context (15 min)

Love L. Sechrest, Fuller Theological Seminary
Identity and Privilege in Corinth: The Implications of 2 Corinthians 4:7-5:10 for Race Relations (15 min)

J. Ayodeji Adewuya, Church of God Theological Seminary
2 Corinthians 7:1 in the Context of African Purification Rites (15 min)

Ma. Marilou Ibita, Catholic University of Leuven-Belgium
A Conversation with the Story of the Lord's Supper in Corinth (1 Corinthians 11:17-34): Engaging the Scripture Text and the Filipino Christians� Context (15 min)

Janelle Peters, Emory University
Reading the Corinthian Veils through Hijabs and Habits (15 min)


Contextual Biblical Interpretation
4:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Room TBD
Theme: The Gospels of Matthew and of John. Preparing volumes for the TEXTS@CONTEXTS Series Fortress Press

Nicole Duran, Presiding

James Grimshaw, Presiding

Sharon Betsworth, Oklahoma City University
What Child is This?: A Feminist Contextual Analysis of the Child in Matthew 2 (15 min)

Tsui Yuk Louise Liu, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Matthean "Mothers" and Disenfranchised Hong Kong Working Mothers (15 min)

Gerald O. West, University of Natal
"Why are You Sitting There?": Reading Matthew 2
0:1-16 in the Context of Casual Workers in Pietermaritzburg, South 
(15 min)

Lung Pun Common Chan, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Reading the Matthean Apocalypse (Matthew 24-25) in the Globalization Context of Hong Kong's Bourgeois Society and Middle-class Churches (15 min)

Meng Hun Goh, Vanderbilt University
�He Must Increase, but I Must Decrease�: A Chinese Malaysian Interpretation of John 3:22-30 (15 min)

Sung Uk Lim, Vanderbilt University
Hierarchical View of Spirituality in Korean Christian Communities and Nicodemus� Spirituality in John (15 min)

Louise Lawrence, University of Exeter
Sign Sources: Reading Matthew with Deaf Communities (15 min)

Israel Kamudzandu, Saint Paul School of Theology
The Holy Spirit as the Negotiator of Boundaries in Luke � Acts: A Postcolonial Reading of Acts 2: 1 � 13 (15 min)

 2-233aPaul and Scripture

1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Oak Alley

Beyond the Hauptbriefe
Christopher D. Stanley, St. Bonaventure University, Presiding

E. Elizabeth Johnson, Columbia Theological Seminary
Paul's Reliance on Scripture in 1 Thessalonians (10 min)
Stephen E. Fowl, Loyola College in Maryland
The Use of Scripture in Philippians: How Deep Should We Dig? (10 min)

23-327aPaul and Scripture
4:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Oak Alley

The Disputed Paulines
Christopher D. Stanley, St. Bonaventure University, Presiding

Jerry L. Sumney, Lexington Theological Seminary
Writing “In the Image” of Scripture: The Form and Function of Allusions to Scripture in Colossians (10 min)
Gordon D. Fee, Regent College
God`s Sure Foundation: "Paul's" Use of Scripture in 2 Timothy (10 min)

The papers for the Cross, Resurrection and Diversity in Earliest Christianity unit were promised
 from October 1st 
here. but have yet to show up.