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Abrahamsen, V., "Women at Philippi: The Pagan and Christian Evidence," JFSR 3 (1987), 17-30.

Achtemeier, E., "The Impossible Possibility: Evaluating the Feminist Approach to Bible and Theology," Int 42 (1988),

Agourides, Savas, “Women in the work of the church: an exegetical contribution to  the New Testament,” Anglican Theological Review 84 (2002), 507-517.

Alex, M. Mary Madgalene: a Women Who Showed Her Gratitude. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1987.

Alexander, L., "Sisters in adversity: retelling Martha's story," In Women in the biblical tradition, 1992:167-186.

Allison, Dale C, Jr., "Divorce, Celibacy and Joseph (Matthew 1:18-25 and 19:1-12)," Journal for the Study of the New
49 (1993), 3-10.

_____, "The living water (John 4:10-14; 6:35c; 7:37-39)," Saint Vladimir's Theological Quarterly 30/2 (1986), 143-157.

Allworthy, T.B. Women in the Apostolic Church. Cambridge, 1917.

Amerding, C., "The Marriage in Cana," BibSac 118 (1961),

Anderson, G., "Celibacy or Consummation in the Garden? Reflections on Early Jewish and Christian Interpretation of the
    Garden of Eden," HTR 82 (1989), 121-48.

Anderson, J.C., "Mary's difference: gender and patriarchy in the birth narratives," Journal of Religion 67 (1987),

_____, "Matthew: Gender and Reading," Semeia 28 (1983), 10-21.

Applegate, J.K., "The co-elect woman of 1 Peter [symbol or real person?]," NTS 38 (1992), 587-604.

Archer, L.J. Her Price is Beyond Rubies: The Jewish Woman in Greco-Roman Palestine. JSOTSup 60; Sheffield, 1990.

_____, "The Role of Jewish Women in the Religion, Ritual, and Cult of Graeco-Roman Palestine," in A. Cameron and A.
    Kuhrt, eds. Images of Women in Antiquity. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1983:273-87.

_____, S.Fischler and M. Wyle, eds. Women in Ancient Societies: An Illusion of the Night. London: Macmillan, 1994.

Arichea, D.C., Jr., "Who was Phoebe? Translating diakonos in Romans 16:1," Bible Translator 39 (1988), 401-409.

Arlandson, J.M. Women, Class, and Society in Early Christianity: Models from Luke-Acts. Peabody, MA:
    Hendrickson, 1997.

Aus, R.D., "Relevance of Isaiah 66:7 to Revelation 12 and 2 Thessalonians 1," ZNW 67 (1976), 252-68.

Bailey, K.E., "The song of Mary: vision of a new exodus (Luke 1:46-55)," Theological Review 2/1 (1979), 29-35.

Balch, D.L. "Let Wives be Submissive: the Domestic Code in 1 Peter." SBL Monograph Series 26; Chico, CA: Scholars
    Press, 1981:1-20, 81-116.

_____. "Household Codes." In Greco-Roman Literature and the New Testament: Selected Forms and Genres. Edited
    by D.E. Aune. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1988.

Barrett, C.K., "The Allegory of Abraham, Sarah and Hagar in the Argument of Galatians," in J. Friedrich, et al, eds,
   Rechtfertigung: Festschrift fur Ernst Kasemann zum 70. Geburtstag (Tubingen: Mohr, 1976), 1-16.

Bartchy, S.S., "Power, Submission and Sexual Identity among the Early Christians," in Essays on New Testament
    Christianity: A Festschrift in Honor of Dean E. Walker
. Cincinnati: Standard, 1978.

Barnett, P.W., "Women in the church: with special reference to 1 Tim 2," In The Bible and women's ministry, 1990:49-64.

Barron, B., "Putting women in their place: 1 Timothy 2 and evangelical views of women in church leadership," JETS
33(1990), 451-459.

Bass, A., "Martha and Jesus," TBT 32 (1994a), 90-94.

_____, "Jesus and Divorce," TBT 32/6 (1994b), 359-363.

Bassler, Jouette, "Adam, Eve, and the pastor: the use of Genesis 2-3 in the Pastoral Epistles," In Genesis 1-3 in the
    history of exegesis
, ed. G. Robbins, 1988:43-65.

Batey, R.A. New Testament Nuptial Imagery. Leiden: Brill, 1971.

Batten, A., "More Queries for Q: Women and Christian Origins," BTB 24 (1994), 44-51.

Bauckham, R., "The Brothers and Sisters of Jesus: An Epiphanian Response to John P. Meier," CBQ 56/4 (1994),

Beavis, M.A. The Lost Coin. Parables of Women, Work, and Wisdom. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2002.

_____, "Women as Models of Faith in Mark," BTB 18 (1988), 3-9.

Bechtel, L.M., "A Symbolic Level of Meaning: John 2.1-11 (The Marriage of Cana)," in FCHBNT (1996), 241-255.

Beck, J.R., "Is There a Head of the House in the Home? Reflections on Ephesians 5," Journal of Biblical Equality 1
    (1989), 61-70.

Beck, R., "The Women of Acts: Foremothers of the Christian Church," in N.H. Keathley, ed. With Steadfast Purpose:
    Essays on Acts in Honor of Henry Jackson Flanders
. Waco: Baylor University Press, 1990:279-307.

Benko, S., "The Magnificat: A History of the Controversy," JBL 86 (1967), 263-275.

Bernard, J., "Quelques notes sur la femme dans la Bible," Mélanges de Science Religieuse 47 (1990), 67-104.

Beydon, F., "A temps nouveau, nouvelles questions: Luc 10:38-42," Foi et Vie 88 (1989), 25-32.

Black, M.C., "1 Cor. 11:2-16 -- a Re-Investigation," in C.D.Osburn, ed. Essays on Women in Earliest Christianity.
    Joplin:College Press, 1993:191-218

Blinzler, J. Die Bruder und Schwestern Jesu. SBS 21; Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1967.

Blomberg, C.L., "The Liberation of Illegitimacy: Women and Rulers in Matthew 1-2," BTB (1992), 145-150.

Bode, E.L. The First Easter Morning--The Gospel Accounts of the Women's Visit to the Tomb of Jesus. Rome, 1970.

Boer, E. de. Mary Magdalene: Beyond the Myth. Harrisburg, PA: Trinity Press International, 1997.

Bonneau, Normand, “Jesus and human contingency in Mark: a narrative-critical reading of three healing stories,” Theoforum 32/3 (2001),

Boer, M.C. de, "John 4:27: Women (and Men) in the Gospel and Community of John," in G.J. Brooke, ed. Women in the
    Biblical Tradition
(Lampeter: Edwin Mellen, 1992), 208-230.

Boldrey, R. and J. Chauvinist or Feminist? Paul's View of Women. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1976.

Boston, L., "A Womanist Reflection on 1 Corinthians 7:21-24 and 1 Corinthians 14:33-35," Journal of Women and
  9-10 (1991), 81-89.

Botha, J. Eugene, "John 4:16: a difficult text speech act theoretically revisited," Scriptura 35 (1990), 1-9.

Boucher, M., "Some Unexplored Parallels to 1 Corinthians 11:11-12 and Galatians 3:28," CBQ 31 (1969), 50-58.

Bowman, A.L., "Women in ministry: an exegetical study of 1 Timothy 2:11-15," Bibliotheca Sacra 149 (1992), 193-213.

Bowman, J., "Samaritan Studies I. The Fourth Gospel and the Samaritans," BJRL 40 (19 ), 298-308.

Brawley, R.L., "Joseph in Matthew's birth narrative and the irony of good intentions," Cumberland Seminarian 28
    (1990), 69-76.

Bredin, M., "Gentiles and the Davidic Tradition in Matthew," in FCHBNT (1996), 95-111.

Brennan, I., "Women in the Gospels," New Blackfriars 52 (1971), 291-299.

Bristow, J.T. What Paul Really Said About Women. San Francisco: Harper, 1991.

Brocke, E., "Do the Origins Already Contain the Malady?," in FCHBNT (1996), 349-354.

Brodie, T.L., "Luke-Acts as an Imitation and Emulation of the Elijah-Elisha Narrative," in New Views on Luke and Acts,
    ed. E. Richard. Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 1990:78-85.

Brooten, B.J. Love Between Women: Early Christian Responses to Female Homoeroticism. Chicago: University of

_____, "Iael prostates in the Jewish Donative Inscription from Aphrodisias," in The Future of Early Christianity:
    Essays in Honor of Helmut Koester
. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1991:149-162.

_____, "Jewish Women's History in the Roman Period: a Task for Christian Theology," HTR 79 (1986), 22-30.

_____, "Early Christian Women and Their Cultural Context: Issues of Method in Historical Reconstruction," in A.Y.
    Collins, ed. Feminist Perspectives on Biblical Scholarship. Chico: Scholars, 1985:65-91.

_____. Women Leaders in the Ancient Synagogue. Chico: Scholars, 1982.

_____, "Junia ... Outstanding Among the Apostles (Romans 16:7)," in L. and A. Swidler, eds. Women Priests. New York:
    Paulist, 1977: 141-44.

Brown, R.E., "The Annunciation to Mary, the Visitation, and the Magnificat (Luke 1:26-56)," Worship 62 (1988), 249-259.

_____, "The annunciation to Zechariah, the birth of the Baptist, and the Benedictus (Luke 1:5-25,57-80)," Worship 62
    (1988), 482-496.

_____, "The annunciation of Joseph (Matt 1:18-25)," Worship 61 (1987), 482-492.

_____, "Rachab in Matt 1:5 probably is Rahab of Jericho," Biblica 63/1 (1982), 79-80

_____, "Luke's method in the annunciation narratives of chapter one," In C. Talbert, ed. Perspectives on Luke-Acts,
    1978a: 126-138.

____. Mary in the New Testament. Philadelphia: Fortress, 1978.

____. The Birth of the Messiah: A Commentary on the Infancy Narratives in Matthew and Luke. Garden City, NY:
    Doubleday, 1977.

_____, "Roles of Women in the Fourth Gospel," Theological Studies 36 (1975), 688-99.

_____, "Luke's method in the Annunciation narratives of chapter one," In J.W. Flanagan, ed. No famine in the land,
    1975: 179-194.

_____, "Luke's Description of the Virginal Conception," TS 35 (1974), 360-63.

_____. The Virginal Conception and the Bodily Resurrection of Jesus. New York: Paulist Press, 1973.

Buby, B. Mary of Galilee. New York: Alba House, 1994.

Buckley, J.J., "`The Holy Spirit is a Double Name': Holy Spirit, Mary, and Sophia in the Gospel of Philip," In K. King, ed.
    Images of the Feminine in Gnosticism. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1988:211-27.

_____, "A Cult-Mystery in the Gospel of Philip," JBL 99 (1980),569-581.

Byrne, B. Lazarus. A Contemporary Reading of John 11:1-46. Zaccahaeus Studies: New Testament: Collegeville, 1991.

Cahill, P. Joseph, "Narrative art in John 4," Religious Studies Bulletin 2/2 (1982), 41-47.

Cahill, L.S.,  “Gender and strategies of goodness: the New Testament and ethics,” Journal of Religion 80 (2000), 442-460.

_____, "Sex and Gender Ethics as New Testament Ethics," in J. Rogerson, et al, eds. The Bible in Ethics (Sheffield:
    Sheffield Academic Press, 1995), 272-895.

Caird, G.B., Paul and Women's Liberty," BJRL 54 (1972), 268-81.

Cameron, A., "`Neither Male nor Female,'" Greece and Rome 27 (1980), 60-68.

_____ and A. Kuhrt, eds. Images of Women in Antiquity. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1983.

Cantwell, Laurence, "Immortal longings in sermone humili: a study of John 4:5-26," Scottish Journal of Theology 36/1
    (1983), 73-86.

Carmichael, C.C., "Marriage and the Samaritan Woman," NTS 26 (1980), 332-46.

Caron, G., "Seeing `Mary' with new eyes," AFER 27 (1985), 238-44.

Carson, D.A., "`Silent in the Churches': On the Role of Women in 1 Cor. 14:33b-36," in J. Piper and W. Grudem, eds.
    Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood: a Response to Evangelical Feminism. Wheaton: Crossway,
    1991:140-53, 487-90.

Carter, W., "`To See the Tomb': Matthew's Women at the Tomb," ExpT 107/7 (1996), 201-205.

_____, "Getting Martha Out of the Kitchen: Luke 10:38-42 Again," CBQ 58/2 (1996), 264-80.

Castelli, E., "Virginity and Its Meaning for Women's Sexuality in Early Christianity," Journal of Feminist Studies in
2 (1986), 61-88.

Cerling, C.E., "Women ministers in the New Testament church?," JETS 19 (1976), 209-215.

Ceroke, C.P., "Luke 1, 34 and Mary's Virginity," CBQ 19 (1957), 329-42.

Cervin, R.S., "A Note Regarding the Name 'Junia(s)' in Romans 16.7," NTS 40 (1994), 464-70.

Chappuis, Jean M., "Jesus and the Samaritan Woman: the Variable Geometry of Communication," Ecumenical Review
34 (1982), 8-34.

Cheney, E., "The Mother of the Sons of Zebedee (Matthew 27.56)," JSNT 68 (1997), 13-21.

Chestnutt, R.D., "Jewish Women in the Greco-Roman Era," in C.D. Osburn, ed. Essays on Women in Earliest
.  Joplin: College Press, 1993:93-130.

Cicco, M.M., "What Can One Give in Exchange for One's Life? A Narrative-Critical Study of the Widow and Her
    Offering, Mark 12:41-44," CurTM 25 (1998), 441-49.

Coggins, R.J. Samaritans and Jews. Atlanta, 1975.

Cohen, S.J.D., "Was Timothy Jewish (Acts 16:1-3)? Patristic Exegesis, Rabbinic Law and Matrilineal Descent,"
    JBL 105 (1986), 251-68.

_____, "Women in the Synagogues of Antiquity," Conservative Judaism 34 (1980), 23-29.

Colaclides, P., "Acts 17:28a and Bacchae 506," Vigiliae Christianae 27/3 (1973), 161-164.

Collins, A.Y., "Women’s History and the Book of Revelation," SBLSP 26 (1987), 80-91.

_____,ed. Feminist Perspectives on Biblical Scholarship. Chico: Scholars, 1985.

_____, "An Inclusive Biblical Anthropology," Theology Today 34 (1978), 358-369.

Collins, J.N. Diakonia: Re-interpreting the Ancient Sources. New York: Oxford, 1990.

Collins, M.S., "The Question of DOXA: A Socioliterary Reading of the Wedding at Cana," BTB 25/3 (1995), 100-109.

Conrad, E.W., "The annunciation of birth and the birth of the Messiah," CBQ 47 (1985), 656-663.

Conway, C.M. Men and Women in the Fourth Gospel: Gender and Johannine Characterization. Atlanta: SBL, 1999.

Cook, Joan E., “Wells, women, and faith,” In: Proceedings, Eastern Great Lakes and Midwest Biblical Societies 17 (1997), 11-18.

Cooper, K.M., "Apostles, ascetic women, and questions of audience: new reflections on the rhetoric of gender in the
    apocryphal Acts," SBL Seminar Papers (1992), 147-53.

Corley, K.E. Women and the Historical Jesus. Santa Rosa, CA: Polebridge Press, 2002.

_____. Private Women, Public Meals, Social Conflict in the Synoptic Tradition. Peabody: Hendrickson, 1993.

_____, "Were Women Around Jesus Really Prostitutes? Women in the Context of Greco-Roman Meals," SBL Seminar
(1989), 487-521.

Corrington, G.P. Her Image of Salvation: Female Saviors and Formative Christianity. Louisville: W/JK, 1993.

_____, "The `Headless Woman': Paul and the Language of the Body in 1 Cor. 11:2-16," PRS 18 (1991), 223-31.

_____, "The Milk of Salvation: Redemption by the Mother in Late Antiquity and Early Christianity," HTR 82 (1989),

_____, "Salvation, Celibacy, and Power: `Divine Women' in Late Antiquity," SBL Seminar Papers 24 (1985), 321-325.

Cottrell, J. Feminism and the Bible. Joplin: College Press, 1992.

Countryman, W. Dirt, Greed, and Sex: Sexual Ethics in the New Testament and Their Implications for Today.
    Philadelphia: Fortress, 1988.

Crusemann, Marlene, “Irredeemably hostile to women: anti-Jewish elements in the exegesis of the dispute about women's right to speak (1 Cor. 14.34-35),” JSNT 79 (2000), 19-36.

D'Angelo, M.R., "Re-Membering Jesus: Women, Prophecy, and Resistance in the Memory of the Early Churches,"
19 (1992), 199-218.

_____, "Women in Luke-Acts: a Redactional View," JBL 109 (1990a), 441-461.

_____, "Women Partners in the New Testament," JFSR 6.1 (1990b), 65-86.

Danielou, J. The Ministry of Women in the Early Church. Leighton Buzzard, England, 1974.

Danove, P, "The Characterization and Narrative Function of the women at the Tomb (Mark 15, 40-41 + 47; 16, 1-8),"
   Biblica 77/3 (1996), 375-397.

Daube, D., "Biblical Landmarks in the Struggle for Women's Rights," Juridical Review 23 (1978), 177-97.

_____. The Duty of Procreation. Edinburgh, 1977.

_____, "Jesus and the Samaritan woman: the meaning of syychraomai [Jn 4:7ff]," JBL 69/2 (1950), 137-147.

Dauer, A., "Das Wort des Gekreuzigten an seine Mutter und den `Jünger, den er liebte' [Jn 19:25-27]," Biblische
11/2 (1968), 222-39; 12/1 (1968), 80-93.

Davies, S., "Women in the Third Gospel and the New Testament Apocrypha," in A.J. Levine, ed. "Women Like This":
    New Perspectives on Jewish Women in the Greco-Roman World
. Atlanta: Scholars, 1991:185-97.

_____. The Revolt of the Widows. The Social World of the Apocryphal Acts. Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern
    Illinois University Press, 1980.

Davis, C.T., "The literary structure of Luke 1-2," In D. Clines, D. Gunn, and A. Hauser, eds. Art and Meaning, 1982:

Dean, E. All the Women of the Bible. San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1955.

Delia, D., "Fulvia Reconsidered," in S.B. Pomeroy, ed. Women's History and Ancient History. Chapel Hill: University of
    North Carolina, 1991:197-217.

Derrett, J.D.M., "The Samaritan Woman's Purity (John 4:4-52)," EvQ 60 (1988), 291-98.

_____, "Law in the New Testament: the Syro-Phoenician Woman and the Centurion of Capernaum," NT 15/3 (1973),

_____, "`Eating Up the Houses of Widows': Jesus' Comment on Lawyers?," NT 14 (1972), 1-9.

de Silva, D.A. The Hope of Glory: Honor Discourse and New Testament Interpretation. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical
    Press, 1999.

De Vos, C.S., "Stepmothers, Concubines and the Case of porneia in 1 Corinthians 5," NTS 44 (1998), 104-14.

Dewey, J., "Jesus' Healing of Women: Conformity and Non-Conformity to Dominant Cultural Values as Clues for
    Historical Reconstruction," BTB 24 (1994), 122-31.

_____, "Feminist Readings, Gospel Narrative and Critical Theory," BTB 22 (1992), 167-73.

Dietrich, G., "Bible and Liberation. The Origins of the Bible Revisited. Reconstruction Women's History," COELI 35
    (1985), 19-23.

Dietzfelbinger, C., "Der ungeliebte Bruder: der Herrenbruder Jakobus im Johannesevangelium ," Zeitschrift für
    Theologie und Kirche
89/4 (1992), 377-403.

Doty, S., "The Christian Family: the New Testament Witness," Listening 15 (1980), 16-26.

Doughty, D.J., "Women and Liberation in the Churches of Paul and the Pauline Tradition," Drew Gateway 2 (1979), 1-21.

Douglas, D.S., "Listening in the Darkness [Mary Magdalene]," Other Side 27 (1991), 8-12.

Dube, M.W., "Readings of Semoya: Batswana Women’s Interpretation of Matt. 15:21-28," Semeia 73 (1996), 111-129.

Durber, S., "The Female Reader of the Parables of the Lost," JSNT 45 (1992), 59-78.

Durigon, G., "Seeing `Mary' with new eyes [reply to G Caron, 27 No.4,238-244 Ag 1985]," AFER 28/5 (1986), 335-36.

Egan, R.B., "Isis: Goddess of the Oikoumene," in Goddesses in Religions and Modern Debate (1990), 123-42.

Ehrman, B.D., "Jesus and the Adulteress," NTS 34 (1988), 24-44.

Eisen, U.E. Women Officeholders in Early Christianity: Epigraphical and Literary Studies. Collegeville: Liturgical, 2000.

Elliott, J.H. A Home for the Homeless: a Sociological Exegesis of 1 Peter: Its Situation and Strategy. Philadelphia:
    Fortress, 1981.

Elliot, N. Liberating Paul. Maryknoll: Orbis, 1995.

Elliott, S.M., "Choose Your Mother, Choose Your Master: Galatians 4:21--5:1 in the Shadow of the Anatolian Mother of the Gods,"
    JBL 118 (1999), 661-83.

Ellis, Edward Earle, "Wisdom and "Knowledge" in I Corinthians," Tyndale Bulletin 25 (1974), 82-98.

Eriksson, A., "'Women Tongue Speakers Be Silent': A Reconstruction Through Paul's Rhetoric," BibInt 6 (1998), 80-104.

Eslinger, Lyle, "The Wooing of the Woman at the Well: Jesus, the Reader and Reader-response Criticism [Jn 4],"
    Literature and Theology l (1987), 167-183.

Evans, C.A., "Luke's Use of the Elijah/Elisha Narratives and the Ethic of Election," JBL 106 (1987), 75-83.

Faxon, A.C. Women and Jesus. Philadelphia: United Church Press, 1973.

Fee, G., "Gender Issues: Reflections on the Perspectives of the Apostle Paul," Crux 35 (1999), 34-45.

Feuillet, A., "L'heure de la femme (Jn 16:21) et l'heure de la Mère de Jésus (Jn 19:25-27)," Biblica 47/2 (1966), 169-84; 47/3
    (1966), 361-80; 47/4 (1966), 557-73.

Finger, R.H., "Phoebe: role model for leaders [Rom 16:1-2]," Daughters of Sarah 14 (1988), 5-7.

Fitzmyer, J.A., "Another Query About the Lucan Infancy Narrative and its Parallels," JBL 114/2 (1995), 295-296.

_____, "The Virginal Conception of Jesus in the New Testament," Theological Studies 34 (1973), 541-75.

Flanagan, N.M., "Mary in the Theology of John's Gospel," Marianum 40 (1978a), 110-120.

_____, "The Position of Women in the Writings of St. Luke," Marianum 40 (1978b), 288-304.

_____ and E.H. Snyder, "Did Paul Put Down Women in 1 Corinthians 14:34-36?," BTB 11 (1981), 10-12.

Flora, J.R., "Biblical Feminism and the New Testament: A Review of Selected Literature," Ashland Theo J 14 (1981),

Flusser, D., "Mary and Israel," in Mary: Images of the Mother of Jesus in Jewish and Christian Perspectives.
    Philadelphia: 1988:7-16.

Fontaine, C.R., "Disabilities and Illness in the Bible: A Feminist Perspective," in FCHBNT (1996), 286-300.

Foskett, M.F. A Virgin Conceived: Mary and Classical Representations of Virginity. Bloomington: Indiana University
     Press, 2002.

Foster, H.E., "Jewish and Graeco-Roman Influences upon Paul's Attitude Toward Women," (U. of Chicago Ph.D.
    dissertation, 1934).

Foster, Paul, “Junia --Female and an Apostle,” Expository Times 117/9 (2006), 371-372.

Franklin, C.L., "Sexuality and Gender in the Bible," Iliff Review 35 (1978), 19-27.

Fuchs, L. We Were There: Women in the New Testament. New York: Alba House, 1993.

Gallup, Grant, "The Annunciation: Let It Be," Witness 71 (1988), 12-14.

Gaventa, B.R., "Is Galatians just a ‘guy thing’? A theological reflection,” Int 54 (2000), 267-278.

_____.  Mary: Glimpses of the Mother of Jesus. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1999.

Gempf, C., "The Imagery of Birth Pangs in the New Testament," TB 45/1 (1994), 119-136.

Gerhardsson, B., "Mark and the Female Witnesses," in Studies in Honor of Sjoberg, 1989:217-26.

Getty-Sullivan, M.A. Women in the New Testament. Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 2001.

Giblin, C.H., "What Was Everything He Told Her She Did? (John 4.17-18, 29, 39)," NTS 45 (1999), 148-52.

_____, "Mary's Anointing for Jesus' Burial-Resurrection (John 12:1-8)," Biblica 73/4 (1992), 560-564.

_____, "Reflections on the Sign of the Manger," CBQ 29 (1967), 87-101.

Gill, D.W.J., "The Importance of Roman Portraiture for Head-Coverings in 1 Corinthians 11:2-16," TB 41 (1990), 245-60.

Glancy, J.A., "Slaves and Slavery in the Matthean Parables," JBL 119 (2000), 69-90.

Goedt, M. de, "La mère de Jésus en Jean 19,25-27," In Kecharitomene: mélanges R Laurentin. C. Augrain, 1990:207-216.

Goodspeed, E.J., "Phoebe's letter of introduction [Rom 16]," HTR 44 (1951), 55-57.

Goulder, M., "The Empty Tomb," Theology 79 (1976), 206-214.

Graber, O., "Marias Jungfraulichkeitswille vor der Engelsbotschaft," Marianum 22 (1960), 290-304.

_____, "Wollte Maria eine normale Ehe eingehen?," Marianum 20 (1958), 1-9.

Graham, R.W., "Women in the Ministry of Jesus and in the Early Church," Lexington Theological Quarterly 18 (1983),

_____, "Women in the Pauline Churches: a Review Article," LTQ 11 (1976), 25-34.

Graham, S.L., "Silent voices: women in the Gospel of Mark," Semeia 54 (1991), 145-58.

Grant, R.M., "Neither Male Nor Female," Biblical Research 37 (1992), 5-14.

Grassi, J.A. The Hidden Heroes of the Gospels: Female Counterparts of Jesus. Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 1989.

Grudem, W., "Prophecy--Yes, but Teaching--No: Paul's Consistent Advocacy of Women's Participation Without
    Governing Authority," JETS 30 (1987), 11-23.

Gryson, R. The Ministry of Women in the Early Church. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 1976.

Guardiola-Saenz, L.A., "Borderless Women and Borderless Texts: a Cultural Reading of Matthew 15:21-28," Semeia 78
    (1997), 69-82.

Guldan, E. Eva und Maria. Eine Antithese als Bildsmotiv. Graz: Hemann Bohlaus, 1966.

Gundry, P. Neither Slave Nor Free. San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1987.

Gundry-Volf, J.M., "Mark 9:33-37," Int 53 (1999), 57-61.

Guy, H., "The Virgin Birth in St. Luke," ExpT 68 (1957), 157.

Haber, Susan, “A woman's touch: feminist encounters with the hemorrhaging woman in Mark 5.24-34,” JSNT 26/2 (2003), 171-192.

Hailey, J., "`Neither Male and Female' (Gal. 3:28)," in C.D. Osburn, ed. Essays on Women in Earliest Christianity. Joplin:
    College Press, 1993:131-166.

Hamann, H.P., "The Emperor's New Clothes," LTJ 15 (1981), 26-34.

Hanson, A.T., "Rahab the harlot in Early Christian Tradition [Mt 1:5; Heb 11:31; Jas 2:25]," JSNT 1 (1978), 53-60.

Hanson, K.C., "The Herodians and Mediterranean Kinship: Part 2: Marriage and Divorce," BTB 19 (1989), 142-151.

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