In the first volume of StBiSl 11 (2019), there are four studies dealing with both hermeneutical-theological and exegetical issues. The first two focus on the OT and the second two on the NT:
- Georg BRAULIK: Intertextual Canonical Reading and Biblical Hermeneutics: Remarks on the Current Dialogue within Old Testament Scholarship (s. 1-11),
- Blažej ŠTRBA: From the King’s Jug to the Prophet’s. Exploring the Motif of “Jug” צַפַּחַת in the Masoretic Text (s. 12-28),
- Massimo GRILLI: Guidelines and Challenges for New Testament Biblical Theology (s. 29-41),
- Ľubomír MAJTÁN: Timothy – Paul’s Agent in the Communities. The Status of Agent in the Pauline Epistles in the View of Greco-Roman Diplomatic Correspondence and Rabbinic Halachic Literature (s. 42-56).
The issue includes also the usual rubrics – reviews, abstracts, and news. You shall not overlook the news about the Conference on the Early Prophets in December. You can find the complete content of the whole issue together and the summaries here.