Biblical metaphor bibliography

Aaron, D. H. (2001). Biblical ambiguities: Metaphor, semantics and divine imagery. Leiden/Boston/Köln: Brill.
Aasgaard, R. (2004). My Beloved Brothers and Sisters: Christian Siblingship in Paul. T&T Clark.
Aasgaard, R. (2007). Paul as a Child: Children and Childhood in the Letters of the Apostle. Journal of Biblical Literature, 126(1), 129–159.
Abel, D. S. (2009). The marriage metaphor in Hosea 4 and Jeremiah 2: how prophetic speech ’kills two birds with one stone’]. Proceedings (Grand Rapids, Mich.), 29, 15–27.
Abernathy, D. (2001). Paul’s thorn in the flesh: a messenger of Satan? Neotestamentica, 35(1–2), 69–79.
Abma, R. (1999). Bonds of love: methodic studies of prophetic texts with marriage imagery (Isaiah 50: 1-3 and 54 :1-10, Hosea 1-3, Jeremiah 2-3). Assen: Van Gorcum.
Adamiak, S. (2014). Who and why will be “salted with fire” (Mk 9:49)? Biblica et Patristica Thoruniensia, 7(2), 11. https://doi.org/10.12775/BPTh.2014.007
Adams, J. R. (2008). From literal to literary: the essential reference book for biblical metaphors. Cleveland, OH; [Gig Harbor, WA]: Pilgrim Press ; in association with the Center for Progressive Christianity.
Adams, K. (2008). Metaphor and Dissonance: A Reinterpretation of Hosea 4:13–14. JBL, 127, 291–305.
Adler, E. J. (1990). The background for the metaphor of covenant as marriage in the Hebrew Bible (PhD dissertation). University of California at Berkeley.
Akpunonu, P. D. (2004). The vine, Israel, and the church. New York: Peter Lang.
Alston, W. P. (1980). Irreducible metaphors in theology. In Experience, reason and God (pp. 129–148). Washington DC: Catholic Univ of America Pr.
Anderson, G. A. (2009). Sin: a history. New Haven: Yale University Press.
Anderson, J. T. (1991). The cosmological roots of Pauline metaphors. Proceedings (Grand Rapids, Mich.), 11, 153–161.
Aranoff, G. (2014). Shepherding as a metaphor. Jewish Bible Quarterly, 42(1), 36–38.
Arens, E. (1988). Metaphorische Erzählungen und kommunkative Handlungen Jesu: zum Ansatz einer Gleichnistheorie. Biblische Zeitschrift, 32(1), 52–71.
Armerding, C. E. (1992). Images for today: word from the prophets. In Studies in Old Testament theology (pp. 169–186). Dallas: Word Publ.
Arnold, B. (2014). Christ as the telos of life: Moral philosophy, athletic imagery, and the aim of Philippians. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck.
Arzt-Grabner, P. (2011). Gott als verlässlicher Käufer: einige papyrologische Anmerkungen und bibeltheologische Schlussfolgerungen zum Gottesbild der Paulusbriefe. New Testament Studies, 57(3), 392–414. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0028688511000038
Asher, J. R. (2001). Σπειρεται: anthropogenic metaphor in 1 Corinthians 15:42-44. Journal of Biblical Literature, 120(1), 101–122.
Assaël, J. (2009). Mettre en œuvre la foi, selon l’Epître de Jacques. Biblica, 90(4), 506–529.
Asumang, A. (2011). Captured by Christ Jesus: Paul as Christ’s trophy slave in Philippians 3:12c. Conspectus: The Journal of the South African Theological Seminary, 12(9), 1–38.
Aymer, M. P. (2009). “Mother knows best”: the story of mother Paul revisited. In Mother Goose, Mother Jones, Mommie Dearest: biblical mothers and their children (pp. 187–198). Leiden: Brill.
Baarda, T. (1958). Mark IX, 49. New Testament Studies, 5, 318–321.
Bagalawis, M. A. (2000). Ministry as warfare: an exegesis of 2 Corinthians 10:2b-6. Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies, 3(1), 5–18.
Balla, P. (2003). The Child-Parent Relationship in the New Testament and Its Environment. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock.
Banks, R. (1987). Walking as a metaphor of the christian life. In E. W. Conrad & E. G. Newing (Eds.), Perspectives on language and text (pp. 303–313). Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns.
Barbiero, G. (1997). Die “Wagen meines edlen Volkes” (Hld 6,12): Eine strukturelle Analyse. Biblica, 78(2), 174–189.
Barbiero, G. (2002). Vom Schnee des Libanon und fremden Wassern: eine strukturorientierte Interpretation von Jer 18,14. Zeitschrift Für Die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft, 114(3), 376–390.
Barnowe, T. C. (2011). A refugee is a blind man: a critical study of blindness as cognitive metaphor in the Old Testament (MA thesis). Pacific School of Religion.
Barrier, J. W. (2008). Marks of oppression: a postcolonial reading of Paul’s stigmata in Galatians 6:17. Biblical Interpretation, 16(4), 336–362. https://doi.org/10.1163/156851508X329656
Bartelmus, R. (1998). Beobachtung zur literarischen Struktur des sog Weinberglieds (Jes 5,1-7): Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der formgeschichtlichen Methode bei der Interpretation von Texten aus dem corpus propheticum. Zeitschrift Für Die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft, 110(1), 50–66.
Bartelmus, R. (2007). Von jungfräulichen Huris zu “pflückreifen Trauben” (C Luxenberg) oder: vom myrrhegetränkten Venushügel (Hld 4,6) zur Kirche als Braut Gottes: Überlegungen zur Möglichkeit einer theologischen Lesung des Hohenlieds--ausgehend vom Phänomen der Polyvalenz semitischer Lexeme. In “Sieben Augen auf einem Stein” (Sach 3,9): Studien zur Literatur des Zweiten Tempels: Festschrift für Ina Willi-Plein zum 65. Geburtstag (pp. 21–41). Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag.
Bassler, J. M. (1986). The parable of the loaves. The Journal of Religion, 66(2), 157–172.
Basson, A. (2002). “Die here is my skild”: metaforiese spreke oor God in ’n seleksie Ou Testamentiese psalms. Scriptura, 81, 344–353.
Basson, A. (2006). Divine metaphors in selected Hebrew psalms of lamentation. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck.
Basson, A. (2007). Metaphorical explorations of the heart (LBB/LB [Hebrew characters] in the Old Testament: a few remarks. Scriptura, 96, 310–315.
Basson, A. (2009). A Few Metaphorical Source Domains for Emotions in the Old Testament. Scriptura, 100, 121–128.
Basson, M. M. J., & Breytenbach, A. P. B. (1995). ’n Ondersoek na die teologiese relevansie van die metaforiese spreke in Hooglied. Hervormde Teologiese Studies, 51, 438–453.
Batey, R. A. (1967). The MIA SARX Union of Christ and the Church. New Testament Studies, 13(3), 270–281.
Batey, R. A. (1971). New Testament Nuptial Imagery. Leiden: Brill.
Baudler, G. (1983). Zum Mitgehen bewegen: Zur Didaktik der Gleichnisse Jesu. In Communicatio Fidei: Festschrift für Eugen Biser zum 65 Geburtstag (pp. 77–88). Regensburg, West Germany: Verlag Friedrich Pustet.
Baumann, G. (2000). Liebe und Gewalt: die Ehe als Metapher für das Verhältnis JHWH, Israel in den Prophetenbüchern. Stuttgart: Verlag Katholisches Bibelwerk.
Baumann, G. (2003). Love and violence: marriage as metaphor for the relationship between YHWH and Israel in the prophetic books. Collegeville, Minn.: Liturgical Press.
Baumann, G. (2005). “Er hat mir den Weg mit Quadersteinen vermauert” (Thr 3,9): ein Vorschlag zur Auslegung einer ungewöhnlichen Metapher. In Metaphor in the Hebrew Bible (pp. 139–145). Leuven: Leuven Univ. Pr.; Peeters.
Baxter, A. G., & Ziesler, J. A. (1985). Paul and arboriculture: Romans 11.17-24. Journal for the Study of the New Testament, 24, 25–32.
Baxter, W. S. (2009). From ruler to teacher: the extending of the shepherd metaphor in early Jewish and Christian writings. In Early Christian literature and intertextuality (pp. 208–224). London: T&T Clark.
Baxter, W. S. (2011). Matthew, Mark, and the shepherd metaphor: similarities, differences, and implications. In Mark and Matthew: understanding the earliest gospels in their first-century settings (pp. 263–282). Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck.
Baxter, W. S. (2012). Israel’s only shepherd: Matthew’s shepherd motif and his social setting. London; New York: T&T Clark.
Bayley, J. C., & Newberry, T. (2002). Types and symbols of Scripture. Morganville, N.J.: Present Truth Publishers.
Beal, T. K. (Timothy K. (2015). “Who filled his heart to do this?”: conceptual metaphors of the self in the book of Esther. Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, 40(1), 97–111. https://doi.org/10.1177/0309089215606319
Beaton, R. (2001). Mixed messages: New Testament metaphors and the Christian mission. Evangelical Missions Quarterly, 37(1), 60–64.
Beavis, M. A. (2003). “I like the bird”: Luke 13.34, avian metaphors and feminist theology. Feminist Theology, 12(1), 119–128.
Bechtel, L. M. (2004). The metaphors of “Canaanite” and “Baal” in Hosea. In Inspired speech: prophecy in the ancient Near East: essays in honor of Herbert B. Huffmon (pp. 203–215). London: T & T Clark.
Beck, J. R. (1993). I am the way: the healing metaphors of Jesus. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Book House.
Beck, R. (2012). Unclean: Meditations on Purity, Hospitality, and Mortality. Casemate Publishers.
Becking, B. (2003). Sour Fruit and Blunt Teeth: The Metaphorical Meaning of the Māšāl in Jeremiah 31,29. SJOT, 17, 7–21.
Becking, B. (2009). God-talk for a disillusioned pilgrim in Psalm 121. The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 9.
Beentjes, P. C. (1996). What a lioness was your mother: reflections on Ezekiel 19. In On reading prophetic texts: gender-specific and related studies in memory of Fokkelien van Dijk-Hemmes (pp. 21–35). Leiden: E J Brill.
Bembry, J. (2011). Yahweh’s coming of age. Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns.
Ben Zvi, E. (2004). Observations on the Marital Metaphor of YHWH and Israel in its Ancient Israelite Context: General Considerations and Particular Images in Hosea 1.2. JSOT, 28, 363–384.
Bergmann, C. D. (2004). Jonah 2:1-11 expressing a personal crisis through the birth metaphor. Seminary Ridge Review, 7(1), 5–15.
Bergmann, C. D. (2007). We Have Seen the Enemy, and He Is Only a ‘She’: The Portrayal of Warriors as Women. CBQ, 69, 651–672.
Bergmann, C. D. (2008). Childbirth as a metaphor for crisis: evidence from the Ancient Near East, the hebrew Bible, and 1 QH XI, 1-18. Berlin ; New York, N.Y.: Gruyter, Walter de, & Co.
Berlin, A. (1994). Poetics and Interpretation of Biblical Narrative. Winina Lake: Eisenbrauns.
Berlin, A. (1997). On reading biblical poetry: the role of metaphor. In Congress volume: Cambridge 1995 (pp. 25–36). Leiden: E J Brill.
Berman, J. (2002). The ‘Sword of Mouths’ (Jud. III 16; Ps. CXLIX 6; Prov. V 4): A Metaphor and Its Ancient Near Eastern Context. VT, 52, 291–303.
Bessler-Northcutt, J. (2004). Truth as empire: a troubling metaphor in Christian theology. Encounter, 65(2), 137–161.
Bester, D. (2007). Körperbilder in den Psalmen: Studien zu Psalm 22 und verwandten Texten. Mohr Siebeck.
Bezuidenhout, L. C. (Louis C. (1999). Die rivier van die lewe in Esegiël 47: Motief, mite en metafoor. Hervormde Teologiese Studies, 55, 587–600.
Bigger, S. (1989). Symbol and metaphor in the Hebrew Bible. In Creating the Old Testament: the emergence of the Hebrew Bible (pp. 51–80). Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
Bird, P. A. (1989). “To play the harlot”: an inquiry into an Old Testament metaphor. In Gender and difference in Ancient Israel (pp. 75–94). Minneapolis: Fortress Pr.
Birge, M. K. (2004). The Language of Belonging: A Rhetorical Analysis of Kinship Language in First Corinthians. Leuven: Peeters.
Bisschops, R. (2003). Are religious metaphors rooted in experience?: on Ezekiel’s wedding metaphors. In Bible through metaphor and translation: a cognitive semantic perspective (pp. 113–151). Oxford: Peter Lang.
Bisschops, R., & Francis, J. (1999). Metaphor, canon, and community: Jewish, Christian, and Islamic approaches. Bern; New York: Peter Lang.
Biwul, J. K. T. (2013). A theological examination of symbolism in Ezekiel with emphasis on the shepherd metaphor. Carlisle: Langham Monographs.
Blair, M. (2007). ‘God is an Earthquake’: Destabilizing Metaphor in Hosea 11. ABR, 55, 1–12.
Blocher, H. (2004). Biblical metaphors and the doctrine of the Atonement. Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 47(4), 629–645.
Bloomquist, L. G. (2015). Visualizing Philippians: Ancient rhetorical practice meets cognitive science through sociorhetorical interpretation. In S. E. Porter & B. R. Dyer (Eds.), Paul and Ancient Rhetoric: Theory and Practice in the Hellenistic Context (pp. 245–264). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Blumenthal, F. (2012). Noah’s ark as metaphor. Jewish Bible Quarterly, 40(2), 89–92.
Böckler, A. (2005). Unser Vater. In Metaphor in the Hebrew Bible (pp. 249–261). Leuven: Leuven Univ. Pr.; Peeters.
Boer, R. (2007). Keeping it literal: the economy of the Song of Songs. The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 7.
Boersma, M. (2011). Scent in song: exploring scented symbols in the Song of Songs. Conversations with the Biblical World, 31(2011), 80–94.
Boeve, L. (2003). Linguistica ancilla theologiae: the interest of fundamental theology in cognitive semantics. In Bible through metaphor and translation: a cognitive semantic perspective (pp. 15–35). Oxford: Peter Lang.
Boeve, L., & Feyaerts, K. (Eds.). (1999). Metaphor and God-talk. Bern [etc.]: Lang.
Bons, E. (1998). L’approche “métaphorologique” du livre d’Osée. Revue Des Sciences Religieuses, 72(2), 133–155.
Bons, E., Irsigler, H., Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Deutschsprachigen Katholischen Alttestamentler und Alttestamentlerinnen, & Jahrestagung. (2004). Mythisches in biblischer Bildsprache: Gestalt und Verwandlung in Prophetie und Psalmen. Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder.
Boonstra, H. (1976). Biblical metaphor: more than decoration. Christianity Today, 21(6), 22–23.
Borg, M. J. (2001). Reading the Bible again for the first time: taking the Bible seriously but not literally. [San Francisco]: HarperSanFrancisco.
Børtnes, J. (2006). Introduction: Prompting for meaning in Gregory’s rhetoric. In J. Børtnes & T. Hägg (Eds.), Gregory of Nazianus: Images and Reflections (pp. 9–18). Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.
Botha, A., & Dreyer, Y. (2007). Demystification of the metaphor “the church as bride.” HTS Teologiese Studies - Theological Studies, 63(3), 1239–1274.
Botha, M. E. (2007). Metaphor and its moorings: studies in the grounding of metaphorical meaning. Bern; New York: Peter Lang.
Böttrich, C. (2001). Vom Gold, das rostet (Jak 5.3). New Testament Studies, 47(4), 519–536.
Bourguet, D. (1987a). Des métaphores de Jérémie. Paris: Librairie Lecoffre [etc.].
Bourguet, D. (1987b). La métaphore de la ceinture: Jérémie 13:1-11. Études Théologiques et Religieuses, 62(2), 165–184.
Bowman, C. D. (2001). Prophetic grief, divine grace: the marriage of Hosea. Restoration Quarterly, 43(4), 229–242.
Bozak, B. A. (1996). Heeding the Received Text: Jer 2,20a, A Case in Point. Biblica, 77(4), 524–537.
Brändle, W. (1998). “Wenn du ‘in deinem Herzen’ glaubst...”: zur anthropologischen und metaphorologischen Ortsbestimmung des christlichen Glaubens. In Gottes Offenbarung in der Welt: Horst Georg Pöhlmann zum 65 Geburtstag (pp. 149–161). Gütersloh, Germany: Kaiser.
Branton, E. N., Smith College, & Department of Religion. (2014). God as parent, partner, king: reevaluating metaphors of love and obedience in the Hebrew Bible.
Brassey, P. D. (2001). Metaphor and the incomparable God in Isaiah 40-55: a thesis. North Richland Hills, Tex.: BIBAL Press.
Braun, T. (2008). Wenn zwischen den Zeilen ein Funke aufblitzt: Überlegungen zur Metaphorik lukanischer Gleichnisse im Anschluss an Paul Ricœur und am Beispiel von Lk 17,7-10. In Hermeneutik der Gleichnisse Jesu: methodische Neuansätze zum Verstehen urchristlicher Parabeltexte (pp. 460–481). Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck.
Breed, J. L. (1985). The church as the “body of Christ”: A Pauline analogy. Theological Review, 6(2), 9–32.
Brenner, A. (1998). Mat[t]er, dichotomy: some images of female and male bodies in the Hebrew Bible. In Begin with the body: corporeality religion and gender (pp. 201–214). Louvain: Peeters.
Brenner, A. (1999). The food of love: gendered food and food imagery in the Song of Songs. Semeia, 86, 101–112.
Brettler, M. Z. (1989). God is King: Understanding an Israelite Metaphor. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press.
Brettler, M. Z. (1998). Incompatible Metaphors for YHWH in Isaiah 40-66. Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, 78, 97–120.
Brettler, M. Z. (1999). The metaphorical mapping of God in the Hebrew Bible. In Metaphor, canon and community: Jewish, Christian and Islamic approaches (pp. 219–232). New York: Peter Lang.
Breytenbach, C. (2005). Salvation of the reconciled (with a note on the background of Paul’s metaphor of reconciliation). In Salvation in the New Testament: perspectives on soteriology (pp. 271–286). Leiden: Brill.
Breytenbach, C. (2016a). Taufe als räumliche Metapher in den Briefen des Paulus. In F. Horn & C. Breytenbach (Eds.), Spatial Metaphors. Ancient Texts and Transformations (pp. 127–143). Berlin: Edition Topoi.
Breytenbach, C. (2016b). »Taufen« als Metapher in den Briefen des Paulus: Randbemerkungen zur Wendung βαπτισθῆναι εἰς τι/τινα. In J. Flebbe & M. Konradt (Eds.), Ethos und Theologie im Neuen Testament. Festschrift für Michael Wolter (pp. 263–288). Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag.
Bridge, E. J. (2009). Loyalty, Dependency and Status with YHWH: The Use of ‘bd in the Psalms. VT, 59, 360–378.
Bridge, E. J. (2012). The use of ʻbr [Hebrew characters] in prophetic literature. Australian Biblical Review, 60, 32–48.
Bridge, E. J. (2013). The metaphoric use of slave terms in the Hebrew Bible. Bulletin for Biblical Research, 23(1), 13–28.
Brink, L. (2005). A general’s exhortation to his troops: Paul’s military rhetoric in 2 Cor 10:1-11 Part 1. Biblische Zeitschrift, 49(2), 191–201.
Brisman, L. (2015). From metaphor to theology: The suffering servant. Religion and the Arts, 19(5), 295–319.
Britt, B. (2004). Death, social conflict, and the barley harvest in the Hebrew Bible. The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 5.
Brongers, H. A. (Hendrik A. (1982). Die metaphorische Verwendung von termini fuer die Kleidung von Goettern und Menschen in der Bibel und im alten Orient. In Von Kanaan bis Kerala: Fest, Prof Mag Dr Dr J O M van der Pleog zur Vollendung des siebzigsten Lebensjahres am 4, juli 1979 (pp. 61–74). Kevelaer, Germany: Butzon und Bercker.
Brosend, W. (1991). Parable, allegory and metaphor. Proceedings (Grand Rapids, Mich.), 11, 191–199.
Brown, J. L. (2004). God, gender and biblical metaphor. In Discovering biblical equality: complementarity without hierarchy (pp. 287–300). Leicester: IVP.
Brown, W. P. (2002). Seeing the Psalms: a theology of metaphor. Louisville, Ky.: Westminster John Knox Press.
Brown, W. P. (2004). The Didactic Power of Metaphor in the Aphoristic Sayings of Proverbs. JSOT, 29, 133–154.
Brueggemann, W. (1981). “Vine and fig tree”: a case study in imagination and criticism. The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 43(2), 188–204.
Brueggemann, W. (1985). The “uncared for” now cared for (Jer 30:12-17): a methodological consideration. Journal of Biblical Literature, 104(3), 419–428.
Brueggemann, W. (2008). The recovering God of Hosea. Horizons in Biblical Theology, 30(1), 5–20. https://doi.org/10.1163/187122008X294321
Brümmer, V. (2003). Metaphor and the reality of God. In Comparative theology: essays for Keith Ward (pp. 77–86). London: SPCK.
Bryan, C. (2007). Did the first Christians mean what they said, and did they know what they were talking about? Sewanee Theological Review, 50(2), 247–263.
Bunge, M. J., Fretheim, T. E., & Gaventa, B. R. (Eds.). (2008). The Child in the Bible. Eerdmans.
Buntfuss, M. (2010). “Ungeheure Zusammensetzung”: Christologie und Metaphorologie. In Zwischen historischem Jesus und dogmatischem Christus: zum Stand der Christologie im 21. Jahrhundert (pp. 259–273). Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck.
Burke, T. J. (2003a). Family matters a socio-historical study of fictive kinship metaphors in 1 Thessalonians. London; New York: T&T Clark.
Burke, T. J. (2003b). Paul’s Role as “Father” to his Corinthian “Children” in Socio-Historical Context (1 Cor. 4:14-21). In T. J. Burke & J. K. Elliott (Eds.), Paul and the Corinthians: A Community in Conflict. Essays in Honour of Margaret Thrall (pp. 95–113). Leiden: Brill.
Burke, T. J. (2006). Adopted into God’s family: Exploring a Pauline metaphor. Downers Grove, Ill: Apollos/Intervarsity Press.
Burke, T. J. (2008). Adopted as sons (υιοθεσία): the missing piece in Pauline soteriology. In Paul: Jew, Greek, and Roman (pp. 259–287). Leiden: Brill.
Burns, J. B. (1991). The shwt lshwn in Job 5:21a as metaphor and irony. Biblische Zeitschrift, 35(1), 93–96.
Burton, M. (2017). The Semantics of Glory: A Cognitive, Corpus-Based Approach to Hebrew Word Meaning. Brill.
Busse, U. (1990). Metaphorik in neutestamentlichen Wundergeschichten? Mk 1,21-28; Joh 9,1-41. In Metaphorik und Mythos im Neuen Testament (pp. 110–134). Freiburg i Br: Herder.
Busse, U. (1997). Die Tempelmetaphorik als ein Beispiel von implizitem Rekurs auf die biblische Tradition im Johannesevangelium. In Scriptures in the Gospels (pp. 395–428). Louvain: Leuven Univ Pr; Peeters.
Busse, U. (2002). Das Johannesevangelium: Bildlichkeit, Diskurs und Ritual : mit einer Bibliographie über den Zeitraum 1986-1998. Leuven; Leuven; Sterling, VA: University Press ; Uitgeverij Peeters.
Busse, U. (2009). Jesus im Gespräch: zur Bildrede in den Evangelien und der Apostelgeschichte. Stuttgart: Verlag Katholisches Bibelwerk.
Busse, U., & Kertelge, K. (1990). Metaphorik und Mythos im Neuen Testament. Freiburg [im Breisgau]: Herder.
Buttrick, D. G. (2008). The language of Jesus. Theology Today, 64(4), 423–444.
Byatt, A. (1995). New Testament metaphors: illustrations in word and phrase. Edinburgh; USA: Pentland Press.
Byron, B. (1993). Priestly metaphors in the New Testament. In G. P. Gleeson (Ed.), Priesthood: the hard questions (pp. 43–59). Newtown, Australia: Dwyer.
Byron, J. (2003). Slavery metaphors in early Judaism and Pauline Christianity: a tradito-historical and exegetical examination. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck.
Callan, T. (2007). The style of Galatians. Biblica, 88(4), 496–516.
Camp, C. V. (1987). Woman Wisdom as root metaphor: a theological consideration. In K. G. Hoglund (Ed.), The listening heart: essays in wisdom and the psalms in honor of Roland E Murphy (pp. 45–76). Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press.
Camp, C. V. (1993). Metaphor in Feminist Biblical Interpretation: Theoretical Perspectives. Semeia, 61, 3–36.
Camp, C. V., & Fontaine, C. R. (1990). The words of the wise and their riddles. In Text and tradition: the Hebrew Bible and folklore (pp. 127–151). Atlanta: Scholars Pr.
Camp, C. V., & Fontaine, C. R. (Eds.). (1993). Women, war, and metaphor: language and society in the study of the Hebrew Bible. Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press.
Campbell, C. R. (2012). Paul and union with Christ: An exegetical and theological study. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan.
Capps, D. (2011). Trees and us: poetic metaphors and pastoral images. Pastoral Psychology, 60(3), 437–449. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11089-011-0338-7
Carr, A. A. (2009). Water as a metaphor for the Holy Spirit in Johannine pneumatology.
Carroll, R. P. (1998). Exile! What exile: deportation and the discourses of diaspora. In Leading captivity captive: “the exile” as history and ideology (pp. 62–79). Sheffield, Eng: Sheffield Academic Pr.
Carter, T. L. (2008). Looking at the metaphor of Christ’s body in 1 Corinthians 12. In Paul: Jew, Greek, and Roman (pp. 93–115). Leiden: Brill.
Carter, W. (2003). Are there imperial texts in the class?: intertextual eagles and Matthean eschatology as “lights out” time for imperial Rome (Matthew 24:27-31). Journal of Biblical Literature, 122(3), 467–487.
Carvalho, C. L. (2009). Putting the mother back in the center: metaphor and multivalence in Ezekiel 19. In Thus says the Lord: essays on the Former and Latter Prophets in honor of Robert R Wilson (pp. 208–221). New York: T & T Clark.
Carvalho, C. L. (2013). Sex and the single prophet: marital status and gender in Jeremiah and Ezekiel. In Prophets male and female: gender and prophecy in the Hebrew Bible, the Eastern Mediterranean, and the ancient Near East (pp. 237–267). Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature.
Chan, L. P. C., & Theological Research Exchange Network. (2004). Analysis of the theological implications of the lamb metaphor in the Book of Revelation.
Chan, M. (2010). Isaiah 65-66 and the Genesis of reorienting speech. The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 72(3), 445–463.
Chan, M. J. (2010). Cyrus, Yhwh’s Bird of Prey (Isa. 46.11): Echoes of an Ancient Near Eastern Metaphor. JSOT, 35, 113–127.
Chapman, Cynthia R. (2012). “Oh that you were like a brother to me, one who had nursed at my mother’s breasts”: breast milk as a kinship-forging substance. The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 12. https://doi.org/10.5508/jhs.2012.v12.a7
Chapman, Cynthia Ruth. (2004). The gendered language of warfare in the Israelite-Assyrian encounter. Winona Lake, Ind: Eisenbrauns.
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