Paulus – Werk und Wirkung. Festschrift für Andreas Lindemann zum 70. Geburtstag. Hrsg. v. Paul-Gerhard Klumbies u. David S. du Toit, unter Mitwirk. v. Torsten Jantsch u. Nils Neumann
2013. XII, 823 pages. — forthcoming in October 2013
The volume, published in German, contains 32 articles written by internationally renowned scholars on the work and the impact of Paul. The list of contents can be viewed here.
One article is dealing also with Philo, and as articles published in festschriften are often not that easy to find, I give the full info here:
Judith M. Gundry: 1 Cor 7:5b in the Light of a Hellenistic-Jewish Tradition on Abstinence to “Devote Leisure”. Sufficiency in Paul and Philo –
I have not seen the volume yet, but I would be surprised if not also the following study would in some way also touch upon the Works of Philo: Friedrich Wilhelm Horn: Paulus und die Kardinaltugenden
The volume comprises 840 pages, and the price is just as massive: € 164 //ca 225 USD.
The Studia Philonica Annual XXV, 2013 is on its way, and in fact is being published these days. I have not received my copy yet; it use to take some time to get to Norway…..
This year the Annual also can celebrate their 25 years – a silver anniversary! As their editors are saying in a brief note in the forthcoming issue – and I quote it With approaval; “The first volume was published in 1989 by Scholars Press as volume 185 of Brown Judaic Series. It was a continuation of the earlier journal Studia Philonica, of which six issues were published in the years 1971–1980. In the past quarter of a century the Annual has served as a valued vehicle and instrument for Research on Philo and Hellenistic Judaism. Through its articles, special sections, bibliographical section and book reviews, it has provided scholars with up-to-date information on developments in studies on Philo and his wider context, and in so doing has made a huge contribution to Philo studies world-wide.”
The issue of this year will present these studies:
M. Jason Reddoch, Enigmatic Dreams and Onirocritical Skill in De Somniis 2 page 1ff
Nicole L. Tilford, “After the Ways of Women”: the Aged Virgin in Philo’s Transformation of the Philosophical, page 17ff
Olivier Munnich, Δορυφορεῖν, δορυφόρος: l’image de la «garde» chez Philon d’Alexandrie, page 41ff
David Lincicum, Aeschylus in Philo, Anim. 47 and QE 2.6, page 65ff
Special section: Philo’s ancient readers
Gregory E. Sterling, Introduction., page 69ff
James R. Royse, Did Philo Publish His Works? page 75
Gregory E. Sterling, “A Man of the Highest Repute”: Did Josephus Know the Writings of Philo?, page 101
Jennifer Otto, Philo, Judaeus? A Re-evaluation of Why Clement Calls Philo “the Pythagorean” page 115ff
David Lincicum, A Preliminary Index to Philo’s Non–Biblical Citations and Allusions, page 139ff,
and then the Bibliographies, worth the price of the volume alone!
Establishment Violence in Philo and Luke
I note with pleasure that my dissertation, published in 1995, is still being referred to from time to time; this time I stumbled over a blog post by Larry Hurtado, posted in 2012: Cloaks and Violence: A New Proposal on Acts 7:58.
Accordance for Windows
The famous Bible software for Mac, Accordance, is now available for use on Windows PC too; look for further info here: http://www.accordancebible.com/Accordance-For-Windows
New SBL font