is a peer-reviewed scholarly periodical for philological, historical, exegetical and theological research of the Sacred Scripture of both the Old and the New Testament. It publishes only original research articles in Slovak, Czech and English.
ISSN 1338-0141 (print) • e-ISSN 2644-4879 (online)
The content of the current issue StBiSl 12/2 (2020):
- DE PANFILIS, Daniela: Not Only a Prophet: The Numerous Faces of Samuel
- ERZBERGER, Johanna: Law Terms in the Versions of Jeremiah
- PRIHATNÝ, Pavel: Poem on Responsible Life and Concerning Death (Sir 40:28–41:4): Poetic and Semantic Analysis [in Slovak]
- CORLEY, Jeremy: Elijah among the Former Prophets in Hebrew Ben Sira 48:1-12
- MARCHESELLI, Maurizio: The Range and Significance of the References to Elijah in John’s Gospel
- BALÁZS MARTOS, Levente: Prophet and Remnant, Crisis and Renewal: Paul’s Use of the Elijah Story in Romans 11
- PAVELČÍK, Július: Elijah in the Letter of James [in Slovak]
- MANNS, Frédéric: Jerome and the Jewish Traditions [in Slovak]
You can find the summaries of all the treatises here. To see the complete issue click here.
A new title is coming soon in the series Studia Biblica Slovaca – Supplementum: “Niniveh Is Devastated”. An Exegetic Study of Nah 3:1-7 in the Light of the Historic-literary Context. The new monography of sister Fides Iveta Strenková CJ is unique for several reasons. It is the first title of the series published in the Italian language whose author is a woman-biblist from Slovakia and it is the first scientific study of the Book of Nahum to be published by a Slovak exegete scholar in Slovakia. The contribution of Strenková’s book has been summarised by Peter Dubovský SJ as follows: “Strenková presents a new interpretation of the rhetoric questions pertaining to Nah 3:17 and partially opposes the already existing interpretations.”