Mark D. Nanos, "Romans: Introduction and Annotations". Pages 253-86 in The Jewish Annotated New Testament. Edited by Amy-Jill Levine and Marc Zvi Brettler and Amy Jill Levine. Oxford University Press, 2017.
David Rudolph, "Paul and the Food Laws: A Reassessment of Romans 14:14, 20". Pages 151-81 in Paul the Jew: A Conversation between Pauline and Second Temple Scholars. Edited by Carlos A. Segovia and Gabriele Boccaccini. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2016.
Mark D. Nanos, "'The Gifts and the Call of God to Israel are Irrevocable' (Romans 11:29): If So, How Can Paul Declare that 'Not All Israelites Truly Belong to Israel (9:6)?" Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations 11:1 (2016): 1-17.
Mark D. Nanos, "Reading Paul in a Jewish Way: 'Oh be joyful all you peoples, with God's people' (Rom 15:10): Who are the people?" Pages 436-47 in Deutschor Evangelisher Kirchentag Stuttgart 2015. Edited by Silke Lechner, et al. Zentrum Juden und Christen: Freut euch, ihr Völker, mit Gottes Volk; Wer ist das Volk? Gütersloh and München: Gütersloher Verlagshaus/Random House Gmbh, 2016.
Paula Fredriksen, "Paul's Letter to the Romans, the Ten Commandments, and Pagan 'Justification by Faith". Journal of Biblical Literature 133 (2014): 801-8.
Mark D. Nanos, "Paul’s Non-Jews Do Not Become ‘Jews,’ But Do They Become ‘Jewish’?: Reading Romans 2:25–29 Within Judaism, Alongside Josephus". Journal of the Jesus Movement in its Jewish Setting. 1 (2014): 26-53.
Christopher Zoccali, "Children of Abraham, the Restoration of Israel, and the Eschatological Pilgrimage of the Nations: What Does it Mean for 'In Christ' Identity?" Pages 253-71 in T&T Clark Handbook to Social Identity in the New Testament. Edited by J. Brian Tucker and Coleman A. Baker. London: Bloomsbury, 2013.
Kathy Ehrensperger, "The Ministry to Jerusalem (Rom 15.31): Paul's Hopes and Fears". Pages 38-52 in Erlesenes Jerusalem: Festschrift für Ekkehard W. Stegemann. Edited by Christina Tuor and Lukas Kundert. Basel: Friedrich Reinhardt Verlag, 2013.
William S. Campbell, "Differentiation and Discrimination in Paul's Ethnic Discourse". Transformation 30:3 (July 2013): 157-68.
William S. Campbell, "Ernst Käsemann on Romans: The Way Forward or the End of an Era". Pages 161-86 in Modern Interpretations of Romans: Tracking Their Hermeneutical/Theological Trajectory. Edited by Daniel Patte and Cristina Grenholm. London: T & T Clark, 2013.
William S. Campbell, "What if God…? Changing the Perception in Rome of God’s Purpose for Israel and the Church". Pages 196-205 in Introduction to Messianic Judaism: Its Ecclesial Context and Biblical Foundations. Edited by David Rudolph and Joel Willitts. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2013.
Craig S. Keener, "Interdependence and Mutual Blessing in the Church (Rom 11, 15)". 187-95 in Introduction to Messianic Judaism: Its Ecclesial Context and Biblical Foundations. Edited by David Rudolph and Joel Willitts. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2013.
Scott Hafemann, "The Redemption of Israel for the Sake of the Gentiles (Rom 15:7–13)". Pages 206-13 in Introduction to Messianic Judaism: Its Ecclesial Context and Biblical Foundations. Edited by David Rudolph and Joel Willitts. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2013.
Mark D. Nanos, "To the Churches Within the Synagogues of Rome". Pages 11-28 in Romans: Resources for Biblical Studies Series 72. Edited by Jerry L. Sumney. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012.
Mark D. Nanos, "Romans 11 and Christian-Jewish Relations: Exegetical Options for Revisiting the Translation and Interpretation of This Central Text". Criswell Theological Review 9:2 (Spring 2012): 3-21.
Lionel James Windsor, "How Paul's Jewish Identity Informs his Apostolic Ministry, with Special Reference to Romans". Ph.D. diss., Durham University, 2012.
William S. Campbell, "'Let Us Maintain Peace' (Rom. 5:2): Reconciliation and Social Responsibility". Pages 58-80 in The Bible in Academy, Church, and Culture: Essays in Honour of John T. Williams. Edited by Alan P. F. Sell. Eugene: Pickwick, 2011.
Daniel R. Schwartz, "'Someone who considers something to be impure - for him it is impure' (Rom 14:14): Good Manners or Law?" Pages 293-309 in Paul's Jewish Matrix. Edited by Thomas G. Casey and Justin Taylor. Rome: Gregorian & Biblical, 2011.
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Mark D. Nanos, "'Broken Branches': A Pauline Metaphor Gone Awry? (Romans 11:11–24)". Pages 339–76 in Between Gospel and Election: Explorations in the Interpretation of Romans 9—11. Edited by Florian Wilk and J. Ross Wagner. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2010.
Mark D. Nanos, '"Le relazioni christiano-giudaiche". Paulus: An International Magazine on Saint Paul 1:12 (June 2009): 271-73. English version: "Romans 9-11 from a Jewish Perspective on Christian-Jewish Relations".
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William S. Campbell, "'All God’s Beloved in Rome!’ Jewish Roots and Christian Identity". Pages 67–82 in Celebrating Romans: Template for Pauline Theology. Edited by Sheila E. McGinn. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2004.
William Horbury, "The Gifts of God in Ezekiel the Tragedian". Pages 65–82 in Messianism among Jews and Christians: Twelve Biblical and Historical Studies. London: T & T Clark, 2003.
William S. Campbell, "The Rule of Faith in Romans 12:1-15:13: The Obligation of Obedience to Christ as the Only Adequate Response to the Mercies of God". Pages 259-86 in Pauline Theology Vol. III: Romans. Edited by David M. Hay and E. Elizabeth Johnson. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Theology, 2002.
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Harold Hoehner, "Israel in Romans 9-11". Pages 145-67 in Israel the Land and the People: An Evangelical Affirmation of God's Promises. Edited by H. Wayne House. Grand Rapids: Kregal, 1998.
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