“All Israel Will Be Saved‘ or ‘Kept Safe‘? (Rom 11:26): Israel’s Conversion or Irrevocable Calling to Gospel the Nations?” Pages 243–69 in Israel and Nations: Paul’s Gospel in the Context of Jewish Expectation. Ed. František Ábel. Lanham, et al: Lexington Books/ Fortress Academic, 2021.
“For Paul’s Intra-Jewish Context ‘Works of Law’ Does Not Work for erga nomou, or ‘Faith [alone]’ for pistis: Why Not? What Works?” (Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, November 23, 2019).
“‘All Israel Will Be Saved’ or ‘Kept Safe’? (Rom 11:26): Re-Examining Paul’s Expectations for His Fellow Jews with Regard to Israel’s Mission to the Nations.” (Paper for “Paul’s Message and Jewish Eschatological Notions Concerning Israel’s Role Towards the Nations” Conference, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia, September 10–13, 2019).
“Paul: Why Bother? A Jewish Perspective.” Scandinavian Theological Quarterly/ Svensk Teologisk Kvartalskrift (STK) 95.4 (2019): 271–87. (Published version of my Honorary Doctorate lecture at Lund University, May 23, 2019).
“Respondent to Four Papers on the Theme of “Intra-Jewish Interaction and the Role of Non-Jews Within the Jesus Movement (1st century B.C.E. – 1st century C.E.).” (Paper presented for “Negotiating Identities: Conflict, Conversion, and Consolidation in Early Judaism and Christianity (200 BCE–400 CE)”; An International Conference Organised by Lund University, University of Oslo and Uppsala University; Lund, Sweden, May 12–15, 2019)
“Qualifying Paul’s Position on Circumcision: ‘Do You Not Hear the Torah?’ (Gal 4:21c).” (Paper presented at the “Circumcision from Antiquity to Today” Seminar, Oslo, Norway, May 9–11, 2019).
“For Second Temple Jewish Texts, Reading Paul’s erga nomou as ‘Works of the Law’ Does Not Work: A New Proposal” (Paper presented at the Society of Biblical Literature Pacific Coast Regional Meeting, March 10, 2019, Hope International University, CA).
“‘The Covenant Never Revoked’: The Promising Prospects of Re-visiting the Historical Paul’s Appeal to Covenant” (Paper presented at “Fulfilling the Promise of a New Relationship: An Academic Roundtable on Christian-Jewish Relations,” St. Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, January 7-10, 2019).
Reading Romans within Judaism: Collected Essays of Mark D. Nanos, Vol. 2 (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2018)
“Romans 9—11 from a Jewish Perspective on Christian-Jewish Relations.” Pages 103–11 in Reading Romans Within Judaism: The Collected Essays Of Mark D. Nanos, Vol. 2. Ed. Mark D. Nanos (Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2018).
“A Rejoinder To Robert A. J. Gagnon’s ‘Why the “Weak” at Rome Cannot Be Non-Christian Jew.'” Pages 65–100 in Reading Romans Within Judaism: The Collected Essays Of Mark D. Nanos, Vol. 2. Ed. Mark D. Nanos (Eugene, OR; Cascade, 2018).
“Appendix: Translating Romans 11:11—12:1a within Judaism: Literal-Oriented and Expanded Versions.” Pages 285–92 in Reading Romans within Judaism: The Collected Essays of Mark D. Nanos, Vol. 2. Ed. Mark D. Nanos (Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2018).
“Reading the Antioch Incident (Gal 2:11–21) as a Subversive Banquet Narrative.” Journal for the Study of Paul and His Letters 7.1–2 (2017): 26–52.
Reading Paul within Judaism: Collected Essays of Mark D. Nanos, Vol. 1 (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2017).
Reading Corinthians and Philippians within Judaism: Collected Essays of Mark D. Nanos, Vol. 4 (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2017).
“Romans.” Pages 285-320 in The Jewish Annotated New Testament. Revised Ed. Eds. Marc Brettler and Amy Jill Levine (New York, et al: Oxford University Press, 2017).
Reading Galatians within Judaism: Collected Essays of Mark D. Nanos, Vol. 3 (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2021/22)
“Paul and Judaism: Why Not Paul’s Judaism?” (updated for Rev. Ed., Paul Unbound: Other Perspectives on the Apostle. Edited by Mark Given, SBL Press, 2021 forthcoming).
“Where Do We Go from Here? Response to Essays on ‘Intra-Jewish Interaction and the Role of Non-Jews within the Jesus Movement (2nd Century B.C.E. – 1st Century C.E.).'” In Negotiating Identities: Conflict, Conversion, and Consolidation in Early Judaism and Christianity (200 Bce–400 Ce). Eds. Karin Hedner Zetterholm, Anders Runesson, Cecilia Wassén and Magnus Zetterholm. JSJ Supplement Series. Brill, 2021 forthcoming.
“Re-Framing Paul’s Opposition to Erga Nomou as ‘Rites of a Custom’ for Proselyte Conversion Completed by the Synecdoche ‘Circumcision.'” Journal of the Jesus Movement in its Jewish Setting (JJMJS): forthcoming 2021.
“Neue Früchte von einem vertrauten Ölbaum? Probleme und Perspektiven neuer Einsichten aus Röm 11 nach der Shoah,” translation by Carla Weitensteiner und Hermut Löhr, conference vol. for 40 Jahre Rheinischer Synodalbeschluss ‘Zur Erneuerung des Verhältnisses von Christen und Juden = 40 years After the Synod of the Evangelical Church in the Rhineland Decision ‘To renew the relationship between Christians and Jews,’ forthcoming 2021. [Original English version available here: “New Fruit from a Familiar Olive Tree? Problems and Prospects for Post-Shoah Appeals to New Insights from Romans 11”]