最新一期 CBR 期刊（Currents in Biblical Research October 2013:12 (1)）上線。Credit: Nijay Gupta 好眼力。
Little doubt that the two most interesting articles in this issue are the ones on intertextuality and Lukan soteriology.
以下兩篇是本期最大的亮點，一則關於 1) 文學結構主義中的「互文性」被聖經科學挪用之後意義偏離的探討；以及2) 為路加救恩論只描繪「救恩的願景」而無「救恩的途徑」的議論提供解套以及再思，強調路加福音有完整的救恩論。
The Ideological Inception of Intertextuality and its Dissonance in Current Biblical Studies
by David I. Yoon
Much confusion surrounds the term ‘intertextuality’, especially regarding its usage in biblical studies today. Though the origin of the technical usage of the term is casually noted by many authors, few seem to note its implications.
This essay will retrace the postmodern origins of ‘intertextuality’, namely in Julia Kristeva, and show that its usage in biblical studies today is dissonant to its original intent. In the second part of this essay, I will focus on the work of Richard Hays, who is commonly understood to have first applied the term in biblical studies, in relation to the presence of the Old Testament in the New Testament. After my analysis, I propose an alternative that I consider to be a clearer option, so as not to confuse the current usage of the term with its original intent.
Recent Trajectories and Themes in Lukan Soteriology
by Timothy W. Reardon
Lukan soteriology, although playing a central role in the theology of Luke–Acts, has traditionally been viewed as an incomplete concept. Although Luke–Acts presents the reality of salvation, most suppose that there is no the means of salvation. However, there have been recent challenges to the traditional conceptions of Lukan soteriology. This has included attempts to identify a more holistic understanding of salvation, alternate concepts of atonement, and reformulations of salvation history in Luke–Acts. Beginning from Hans Conzelmann’s presentation of Lukan salvation-history based on the delay of the Parousia, which is foundational for the modern discussion, we will investigate the development of the concepts of Lukan soteriology such as salvation history, the scope of salvation, presentation of the atonement and theology of the cross, identifying issues of methodology, terminology and theology necessary for the further development of Lukan soteriology.