I have been eagerly waiting for this issue to come out because I have a small piece in here on mirror-reading. I owe a huge, huge debt to one of my Doktorvatern, John M.G. Barclay, for his care in historical method and this article (as noted in the first footnote) is dedicated to him. Also, I am deeply grateful for Simon Gathercole’s editorial comments and recommendations. He also happened to be my external examiner for my thesis back in 2009. Simon holds JSNT authors to the very highest standard for quality writing and he came back to me several times after reading my paper over and over – he always had new comments! I really admire how seriously he takes his role. So thank you, thank you, thank you! Anyway, the names of the articles are below.
Joshua D. Garroway, “The Circumcision of Christ: Romans 15.7-13”
David L. Mealand, “Hellenistic Greek and the New Testament: A Stylometric Perspective”
Denny Burk, “The Righteousness of God (Dikaiosunē Theou) and Verbal Genitives: A Grammatical Clarification”