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1. "The Marian Significance of John 1,12-13." Pp. 99-107 in Maria in Sacra Scriptura. Acta Congressus Mariologici-Mariani 1965. Vol. V. Rome: Pontificia Academia Mariana Internationalis, 1967.
2. Articles in The New Catholic Encyclopedia. 15 vols. New York: McGraw Hill, 1967: (1) Barabbas, (2) Hour of Jesus, (3) High-Priestly Prayer of Jesus, (4) Justice of Men; (5) Justice of God; (6) Justification in the Bible; (7) Logos in the Bible; (8) Paraclete, (9) Word of God.
3. "Divorce and Remarriage in the New Testament." Pp. 1-41 in The Bond of Matrimony. An Ecumenical and Interdisciplinary Study. Ed. W. Bassett. South Bend, IN: Notre Dame University Press, 1968.
4. "Judges." Pp. 149-162 in The Jerome Biblical Commentary. Eds. R. E. Brown, J. A. Fitzmyer, R. E. Murphy. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1968.
5. "The Presence of God's Love in the Power of Jesus' Works." Pp. 65-79 in The Presence of God. Eds. P. Benoit, R. E. Murphy, B. Van Iersel. Concilium 50: Scripture. New York: Paulist Press, 1969.
6. "Man in Society: The Biblical View." Pp.18-42 in Man In Society: Facts and Visions. Ed. H. H. Loiskandl. Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt, 1971.
7. "Redaction and Citation in Mark 11:9-10,17 and 14:27." Pp. 17-61 in Society of Biblical Literature 1972 Proceedings. Vol. 1. First International Congress of Learned Societies in the Field of Religion, Los Angeles, California, 1-5 September 1972. 2 vols. Ed. Lane McGaughy.
 = "Redaction and Citation in Mark 11:9-10 and 11:17." Biblical Research 17 (1972) 33-50.
8. "The Servant Parables of Jesus." Pp. 94-118 in Society of Biblical Literature 1973 Seminar Papers. Vol 1. Ed. George MacRae. 2 vols. Cambridge, MA: SBL, 1973.
 = "The Servant Parable of Jesus" Semeia 1 (1974) 17-62.
9. "Jesus and Pacifism." Pp. 196-208 in No Famine in the Land. Studies in Honor of John L. Mc Kenzie. Eds. J. W. Flanagan & A. Weisbrod Robinson. Missoula, MT: Scholars Press, 1975.
10. "Empty Tomb and Absent Lord." Pp. 135-152 in The Passion in Mark. Ed. Werner Kelber. Philadelphia: Fortress Press,1976.
11. "Parable, Allegory, and Paradox." Pp. 247-281 in Semiology and Parables. Ed. Daniel Patte. Pittsburgh Theological Monograph Series 9. Pittsburgh, PA: Pickwick Press, 1976.
12. "Hidden Treasure Parables in Late Antiquity." Pp. 359-379 in Society of Biblical Literature 1976 Seminar Papers. Ed. George MacRae. Missoula, MT: Scholars Press, 1976.
13. "Ruth Amid the Alien Corn': Perspectives and Methods in Contemporary Biblical Criticism." Pp. 199-210 in The Biblical Mosaic: Changing Perspectives. Eds. Robert M. Polzin & Eugene Rothman. Semeia Studies 10. Missoula, MT: Scholars Press; Pittsburgh: Fortress Press, 1982 ="Perspectives and Methods in Contemporary Biblical Research." Biblical Research 22 (1977) 39-49.
14. "A Form for Absence: The Markan Creation of Gospel." Pp. 41-55 of Vol. 1 in Semeia 12-13 (1978): The Poetics of Faith. Essays Offered to Amos Niven Wilder. 2 vols. Ed. William A. Beardslee.
15.   "It Is Written: A Structuralist Analysis of John 6." Pp. 197-213 in Vol. 1 of Society of Biblical Literature 1979 Seminar Papers. 2 vols. Ed. Paul J. Achtemeier. Missoula, MT: Scholars Press, 1979 ="It Is Written: A Structuralist Analysis of John 6" Semeia 26 (1983) 3-21 =(abbreviated) "A Structuralist Analysis of John 6." Pp. 235-249 in Orientation by Disorientaion. Studies in Literary Criticism and Biblical Literary Criticism Presented in Honor of William A. Beardslee. Ed. Richard A. Spencer. Pittsburgh Theological Monograph Series 35. Pittsburgh, PA: Pickwick Press, 1980.
16. "Stages in Imagination." Pp. 49-62 in The Archaeology of the Imagination. Ed. Charles E. Winquist. Journal of the American Academy of Religion Thematic Series 48/2 (1981).
17.   "The Hermeneutical Jesus." Pp. 237-249 in The Bible and Its Traditions, special issue of the Michigan Quarterly Review 22/3 (Summer 1983). Eds. Michael Patrick O'Connor & David Noel Freedman =Pp. 15-27 in Backgrounds for the Bible. Eds. Michael Patrick O'Connor & David Noel Freedman. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1987.
18. "Parables of Jesus." Pp. 748-749 in Harper's Bible Dictionary. San Francisco, CA: Harper & Row, 1985.
19. "Jesus and Gospel." Pp. 106-130 in The Biblical Heritage in Modern Catholic Scholarship. In Honor of Bruce Vawter, C.M., on his 65th Birthday. Eds. John J. Collins & John Dominic Crossan. Delaware: Glazier, 1986.
20. "The Infancy and Youth of the Messiah," & "The Passion, Crucifixion and Resurrection." Pp. 59-81 & 109-132 in The Search for Jesus: Modern Scholarship Loks at the Gospels. Ed. Hershel Shanks. Washington, DC: Biblical Archaeology Society, 1994 [see #50 under Invited Lectures]
21. "The Historical Jesus in Earliest Christianity" & "Responses and Reflections." Pp. 1-21 & 142-164 in Jesus and Faith. A Conversation on the Work of John Dominic Crossan. Eds. Jeffrey Carlson & Robert A. Ludwig. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1994.
22.   “Itinerants and Householders in the Earliest Kingdom Movement.” Pp. 113-29 in Reimagining Christian Origins: A Colloquium Honoring Burton L. Mack. Eds. Elizabeth A. Castelli & Hal Taussig. Valley Forge, PA: Trinity Press International, 1996.
23. “Jesus and the Kingdom: Itinerants and Householders in Earliest Christianity.” Pp. 21-51 in Jesus at 2000. Ed. Marcus J. Borg. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1997.
24. Will the Real Jesus Please Stand Up? A Debate between William Lane Craig and John Dominic Crossan. Moderated by William F. Buckley, Jr. Ed. Paul Copan. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books.
25. “Our Own Faces in Deep Wells: A Future for Historical Jesus Research.” Pp. 282-310 in God, The Gift, and Postmodernism. Eds. John D. Caputo & Michael J. Scanlon. The Indiana Series in the Philosophy of Religion. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Univcersity Press.
26. “Historical Jesus as Risen Lord.” Pp. 1-47 in The Jesus Controversy: Persepctives in Conflict. Rockwell Lecture Series at Rice University, Houston, TX. Harrisburg, PA: Trinity Press International, 1999.
27. “The Labour of Sharing.” Pp. 235-248 in The Labour of Reading: Desire, Alienation, and Biblical Interpretation. Essays in Honour of Robert C. Culley. Semeia Studies 36. Eds. Fiona C. Black, Rolamd Boer, Erin Runions. Atlanta, GA: Society of Biblical Literature 1999.
28. “Why Is Historical Jesus Research Necessary?” Pp. 7-37 in Jesus Two Thousand Years Later. Eds. James H. Charlesworth & Walter P. Weaver. Faith and Scholarship Colloquies Series. Harrisburg, PA: Trinity Press International.
29. “A Future for the Christian Faith?” Pp. 109-129 in The Once and Future Jesus. Santa Rosa, CA: Polebridge Press, 2000.
30. “Eschatology, Apocalypticism, and the Historical Jesus.” Pp. 91-112 in Jesus Then and Now: Images of Jesus in History and Christology. Harrisburg, PA: Trinity Press International, 2001. [Papers from an international symposium at Chapman University, Los Angeles, CA, Fall 1999]
31. “The Power of the Dog.” Pp. 187-193 in Postmodern Interpretations of the Bible – A Reader. Ed. A. K. M. Adam. St Louis, MO: Chalice Press, 2001.
32. “Troubling History at Oberammergau.” Pp. 223-231 in Telling a Good Story: The Art of Narrative, Queen’s Quarterly: A Canadian Review, Vol. 108, Summer 2001, No. 2.
33. Pp. 48-69, 119-123, 137-142, & 157-160 in The Apocalyptic Jesus: A Debate (Dale C. Allison, Marcus J. Borg, John Dominic Crossan, Stephen J. Patterson). Ed. Robert J. Miller. Santa Rosa, CA: Polebridge Press, 2000.
34. “The Ashes of Memory.” Pp. 156-164 in Irish Spirit: Pagan, Celtic, Christian, Global. Ed. Patricia Monaghan. Dublin, Ireland: Wolfhound Press, 2001.
35. “The Passion after the Holocaust.” Pp. 171-184 in A Shadow of Glory: Reading the New Testament after the Holocaust. Ed. Tod Linafelt. New York, NY: Routledge, 2002.
36. "Bliss at Dawn, Darkness at Noon.” Pp. 121-123 in Vatican II: Forty Personal Stories. Eds. William Madges & Michael J. Daley. Mystic, CT: Bayard Twenty-Third Publications, 2003.
"Bliss at Dawn, Darkness at Noon.” Pp. 148-51 in Vatican II: Fifty Personal Stories. Eds. William Madges & Michael J. Daley. Revised & Expanded Edition. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2012.
37. “Jesus as a Mediterranean Jewish Peasant.” Pp. 161-168 in Profiles of Jesus. Ed. Roy W. Hoover. Santa Rosa, CA: Polebridge Press, 2002.
38. “The Historical Jesus and Divine Dissent.” Pp. 14-29 in The Role of Dissenter in Western Christianity from Jesus through the 16th Century. Ed. Alicia McNary Forsey. Berkeley, CA; Starr King School for the Ministry, 2004.
39. “Hymn to a Savage God.” Pp. 8-27 in Jesus and Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ: The Film, the Gospels and the Claims of History. Eds. Kathleen E. Corley & Robert L. Webb. New York, NY: Continuum, 2004.
40. “The Justice of God and the Peace of Earth.” Pp. 204-19 in War or Words? Interreligious Dialogue as an instrument of Peace. Eds. Donald W. Musser & D. Dixon Sutherland. Cleveland, OH: Pilgrim Press, 2005.
41. “Paul and Rome: The Challenge of a Just World Order.” Pp. 6-20 in New Testament and Roman Empire: Shifting Paradigms for Interpretation. Special Issue of the Union Seminary Quarterly Review 59:3-4 (2005).
42. "Appendix: Bodily Resurrection Faith." Pp. 171-186 & 216-217 in The Resurrection of Jesus: John Dominic Crossan and N. T. Wright in Dialogue. Ed. Robert B. Stewart. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press, 2006.
43. “Jewish Crowd and Roman Governor.” Pp. 59-67 in Mel Gibson’s Bible: Religion, Popular Culture, and The Passion of the Christ. Eds. Timothy K. Beal & Tod Linafelt. Afterlives of the Bible. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2006.
44. "The Gospel of Peter and the Canonical Gospels." Pp. 117-34 in Das Evangeliumnach Petrus: Text, Kontexte, Intertexte. Texte und Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der altchristlichen Literatur, Band 158. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2007.
45. "Hope for Our World: God’s Kingdom on Earth.” Pp. 24-30 in Together in Hope: Proclaiming God’s Justice, Living God’s Love. Ed. Adrian Alker for the Inclusive Church Network, Sheffield, UK: St. Mark's Center for Radical Christianity, 2008.
46. "Roman Imperial Theology.” Pp. 59-73 in In the Shadow of Empire: Reclaiming the Bible as a History of Faithful Resistance. Ed. Richard A. Horsley. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox, 2008.
47. "A vida do Jesus historico” & “As duasvozesmaisantgas du tradicä de Jesus.” Pp. 13-30 & 85-103 in A descoberta do Jesus histórico, Eds. André Chebitarese & Gabriele Cornelli. São Paulo, Brasil: Paulinas, 2009.
[Keynote addresses to the I Simpósio Internacional do Jesus Historico, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Brasil, Tuesday-Thursday, October 16-18, 2007].
48. "Divine Violence in the Christian Bible.” Pp. 208-36 in The Bible and the American Future. Edited by Robert Jewett with Wayne L. Alloway Jr. & John G. Lacey (2009).
49. “Jesus and the Challenge of Collaborative Eschatology.” Pp. 105-32 in The Historical Jesus: Five Views. Eds. James K. Beilby & Paul Rhodes Eddy. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press Academic, 2009.
[Winner of the 2011 Christianity Today Book of the Year Award in the Biblical Studies category]
50. “A morte do Jesus histórico” & “A ressurrei Cão de Jesus” & “Hino a um Deus selvagem (Sobrë um filme de Mel Gibson, A Paixäo de Cristo),” Pp. 13-26, 27-43, 44-66 in Morte e ressurreicão de Jesus. Reconstrucão e hermenêuticz. Um debate com John Dominic Crossan. Eds. Paulo Augusto de Souza Nogueira & Jonas Machado. São Paulo , Brasil: Paulinas, 2009.
51. “Context and Text in Historical Jesus Methodology” Pp. 59-81 in The Handbook for the Study of the Historical Jesus. Vol. 1 (4 vols.; eds. T. Holmén & S. E. Porter; Leiden: Brill, 2010).

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