Order Supplement Series 1

All Things New: Essays in Honor of Roy A. Harrisville
Edited by Arland J. Hultgren, Donald H. Juel, and Jack Dean Kingsbury

All Things New is an apt title for this collection of essays in honor of Dr. Roy Alvin Harrisville. His Princeton doctoral dissertation was entitled The Concept of Newness in the New Testament. Furthermore, his own work has remained innovative throughout the decades which precede his 70th birthday, and Dr. Harrisville will always remain young at heart. His students, colleagues, and friends join in thanksgiving for him and present these essays with deep respect and enduring affection.


Roy Alvin Harrisville: A Tribute
David L. Tiede

Creator, Creature, and Co-Creation in Genesis 1-2
Terence Fretheim

Temptations and Trials in Deut 6-11, Luke 4, and Luke 22-24
Dennis T. Olson

"Show 'em Who's Boss!" A Sermon on 1 Kings 18:20-40 and 1 Corinthians 1:18-25
Mark A. Throntveit

Job and His Ministers
Daniel J. Simundson

Who Cares for the Earth? Psalm Eight and the Environment
James Limburg

"Remember the Former Things of Old": A New Look at Isaiah 46:3-13
Frederick J. Gaiser

A Theological Reading of Zephaniah's Audience
Richard W. Nysse

What's New in Old Testament Apocalyptic
Wendell W. Frerichs

The Sadduccees as Josephus Presents Them
William Poehlmann

The Stilling of the Storm (Matthew 8:23-27)
Jack D. Kingsbury

Things New and Old at Matthew 13:52
Arland J. Hultgren

The Baptism of Jesus (Mark 1:9-11)
Donald H. Juel

Peter, Cephas, and Peter
Paul S. Berge

Graceful Imitation: "Imitators of Us and the Lord" (1 Thess 1:6)
James L. Boyce

Luther's Heidelberg Disputation
James Arne Nestingen

Law and Life: A New Invitation to an Old Problem
James H. Burtness

Historical Criticism, Dogmatics, and Faith
Carl E. Braaten

The Newness of the Old Testament
Gerhard O. Forde

Simplistic Thoughts about the Authority of Scripture
Robert W. Jenson