Publications produced within this research project will be listed here. Meanwhile, enjoy our research that paved the way for this project:

Previous publications relevant to this research project

  • Kazen, Thomas, 2010. Issues of Impurity in Early Judaism. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns.
  • Kazen, Thomas, 2011a. Emotions in Biblical Law: A Cognitive Science Approach. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix.
  • Kazen, Thomas, 2011b. “Moralische Emotionen in der Jesusüberlieferung. Ein psycho-biologischer Beitrag zum Verhältnis von Selbstbehauptung und Nächstenorientierung.” Evangelische Theologie 71: 288–306.
  • Kazen, Thomas, 2012. “Self-Preserving and Other-Oriented Concerns in the Jesus Tradition: A Psycho-Biological Approach.” In Sven-Olav Back & Matti Kankaanniemi (eds.), Voces Clamantium in Deserto: Essays in Honor of Kari Syreeni (Åbo: Teologiska fakulteten vid Åbo universitet, 2012), 124–148.
  • Kazen, Thomas, 2013. “Empathy and Ethics: Bodily Emotion as Basis for Moral Admonition.” In I. Czachesz & R. Uro (eds.), Mind, Morality and Magic: Cognitive Science Approaches in Biblical Studies (Durham: Acumen), 213-234.
  • Kazen, Thomas, forthcoming a. “Emotional Fear in Pentateuchal Legal Collections.” In R. Ni-kolsky & T. Biro (eds.), Papers from the First International Workshop on the Cognitive Study of Religious Texts, Groningen 2010 (Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix).
  • Kazen, Thomas, forthcoming b. “Emotional Repression and Physical Mutilation? The Cognitive and Behavioural Impact of Exaggeration in the Sermon on the Mount”. In R. Roitto (red.), Social and Cognitive Perspectives on the Sermon on the Mount.
  • Kazen, Thomas, forthcoming c. “Jesus’ Apocalypticism: A Cognitive Approach to Language, Myth and Metaphor”.
  • Kazen, Thomas, forthcoming d. “Cause and Effect and Levels of Explanation for Ideas of Impurity: Why Structuralist and Symbolic Models Often Fail While Evolutionary and Cognitive Models Succeed”.
  • Kazen, Thomas, forthcoming e. Orenhet, underordning, skam: Homoerotik och homofobi i Bibelns värld. Kiuchi, Nobuyoshi, 1987. The Purification Offering in the Priestly Literature: Its Meaning and Function. JSOTSup, 56. Sheffield: JSOT Press.
  • Roitto, Rikard, 2011. Behaving as a Christ-believer: A Cognitive Perspective on Identity and Behavior Norms in Ephesians. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns.
  • Roitto, Rikard, 2012. “Practices of Confession, Intercession and Forgiveness in 1 John 1.9; 5.16.” New Testament Studies 58: 232–253.
  • Roitto, Rikard, 2013a. “Sinless Sinners who Remain in Him: Social Identity in 1 John.” In B. Tucker & C. Baker (eds.), The T&T Clark Handbook to Social Identity and the New Testament (London: T&T Clark).
  • Roitto, Rikard, 2013b. “Is Covenantal Nomism only Jewish?.” Henoch 58: 119–134.
  • Roitto, Rikard, 2014. “Reintegrative Shaming and a Prayer Ritual of Reintegration in Matthew 18:15-20.” Svensk Exegetisk Årsbok 97: 95–123.
  • Roitto, Rikard, 2015a. “Dangerous but contagious altruism: recruitment of group members and reform of cooperation style through altruism in two modified versions of Hammond and Axelrod s simulation of ethnocentric cooperation.” Religion, Brain & Behavior.
  • Roitto, Rikard, 2015b. “The Polyvalence of ἀφίημι and the Two Cognitive Frames of Forgiveness in the Synoptic Gospels”. Novum Testamentum 57: 136-158.
  • Roitto, Rikard, Forthcoming a. “Enduring Shame as Costly Signalling: The Case of Public Confession of Sin According to Tertullian.” Journal of Cognitive Historiography.
  • Roitto, Rikard, forthcoming b. “Forgiveness of the Sinless: A Classic Contradiction in 1 John in the Light of Contemporary Forgiveness Research”. In G. Theissen & I. Czachesz (eds), Cognitive Science and Biblical Interpretation (Sheffield: Phoenix).
  • Roitto, Rikard, forthcoming c. “Perception of Risk in the Sermon on the Mount.” In R. Roitto, C. Shantz & P. Luomanen (eds.), Social and Cognitive Perspectives on the Sermon on the Mount (London: Equinox).
  • Roitto, Rikard, forthcoming d. “Forgiveness and Social Identity in Matthew: Obliging Forgiveness.” In J. Jokiranta, S. Byrskog & R. Hakola (eds.), Social Memory and Social Identity in the Study of Early Judaism and Early Christianity (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht).
  • Roitto, Rikard, forthcoming e. “Paul’s Theological Language as Social and Embedded Cognition.” In D. Despotis (ed.), Participation, Justification and Conversion (Leiden: Brill).

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