Articles by David A. deSilva

“Scribes Trained For The Kingdom”ATJ 29:0 (NA 1997)
Patronage and Reciprocity: The Context of Grace in the New TestamentATJ 31:0 (NA 1999)
1 Peter: Strategies for Counseling Individuals on the Way to a New HeritageATJ 32:0 (NA 2000)
Reading the Bible at Qumran, Alexandria, and EphesusATJ 36:0 (NA 2004)
Re-writing “Household” in the Early ChurchATJ 36:0 (NA 2004)
Never Without a Witness: The Apocrypha and Spiritual FormationATJ 38:0 (NA 2006)
A Bibliographic Guide to the Apocrypha and PseudepigraphaATJ 42:0 (NA 2010)
“What on Earth are Good Protestants to do with Saints?”ATJ 44:0 (NA 2012)
Attentive to the Word: Biblical Scholarship and the Devotional LifeATJ 45:0 (NA 2013)
A Sociorhetorical Interpretation of Revelation 14:6-13 A Call to Act Justly toward the Just and Judging GodBBR 09:1 (NA 1999)
The Invention and Argumentative Function of Priestly Discourse in the Epistle to the HebrewsBBR 16:2 (NA 2006)
Seeing Things John’s Way: Rhetography and Conceptual Blending in Revelation 14:6-13BBR 18:2 (NA 2008)
The Human Ideal, The Problem Of Evil, And Moral Responsibility In 4 MaccabeesBBR 23:1 (NA 2013)
Paul’s Sermon in Antioch of PisidiaBSAC 151:601 (Jan 1994)
Paul And The Stoa: A ComparisonJETS 38:4 (Dec 1995)
The “Image Of The Beast” And The Christians In Asia Minor: Escalation Of Sectarian Tension In Revelation 13TRINJ 12:2 (Fall 1991)
No Confidence In The Flesh: The Meaning and Function of Philippians 3:2–21TRINJ 15:1 (Spring 1994)
Entering God’s Rest: Eschatology And The Socio-Rhetorical Strategy Of HebrewsTRINJ 21:1 (Spring 2000)
Hebrews 6:4-8: A Socio-Rhetorical Investigation (Part 1)TYNBUL 50:1 (NA 1999)
Hebrews 6:4-8: A Socio-Rhetorical Investigation (Part 2)TYNBUL 50:2 (NA 1999)
The Social Setting of the Revelation to John: Conflicts Within, Fears WithoutWTJ 54:2 (Fall 1992)