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.
In the first volume of the jubilee StBiSl 10 (2018), there are five scholarly essays, dealing with subjects from the Old and New Testament as well as from linguistics:
- KELLENBERGER, Edgar: Asenat. Why Have the Tribes of Ephraim and Manasseh an Egyptian Ancestress? (pp. 1-11)
- LOZINSKYY, Hryhoriy: Theological Exegesis in LXX? Exod 24:9-11 as a Case in Question (pp. 12-39)
- LUPO, Angela Maria: God’s Curse in the Hanged Man. Crux interpretum in Deut 21:23 (pp. 40-59)
- MUDROŇ, Jaroslav: Hearer’s Response to Jesus’ Aramaic in Mark (pp. 60-75)
- PANCZOVÁ, Helena: Greek Superscriptions of Psalms. Problem of the Linguistic Interpretation of Isolated Elements (pp. 76-88).
The issue includes also the usual rubrics – reviews, abstracts, and news. You can find the complete content of the whole issue together and the summaries here.
Rok 2018 sa nesie v jubilejnom duchu tak pre slovenské biblické periodikum Studia Biblica Slovaca ako i pre jeho niekdajšieho vydavateľa Katolícke Biblické dielo (KBD). KBD a jeho vtedajší riaditeľ prof. Mons. Anton Tyrol totiž v rokoch 2006 – 2011 zastrešili vydavateľskú platformu periodika StBiSl, čím významne pomohli Continue reading
At the beginning of 2018, the StBiSl‘s Editorial Staff approved the updated versions both of the Bibliographic and Citation Style (BCS) of the journal and the general Ethics of StBiSl.
In the first issue of the tenth, jubilee volume of the biblical journal Studia Biblica Slovaca, there will be again a number of scientific articles dealing with the Old and New Testamental topics as well as one linguistic essay and reviews of several scientific monographs. Abstracts of chosen well-known biblical journals and news from the biblical world will be included as well.