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Open Access Journal: Biblical Research Bulletin: The Academic Journal of Trinity Southwest University

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Biblical Research Bulletin: The Academic Journal of Trinity Southwest University
ISSN 1938-694X
Biblical Research Bulletin (BRB) is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal published by Trinity Southwest University, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. Because BRB encourages interaction among scholars from diverse backgrounds, the views expressed in a given article may or may not represent the views of the faculty or administration of Trinity Southwest University. Biblical Research Bulletin is copyrighted by Trinity Southwest University, with all rights reserved.
BRB's Magazine section includes articles and other items of interest that are written in a more casual, popular style, but are of interest to both scholars and lay-readers. BRB also publishes book reviews. To access an article or book review, click on the selected category above. Then click on the article/review you wish to read. Each is a simple pdf file.

Articles are organized by discipline, then by subject sub-category, then alphabetically by author.

Biblical Research Bulletin is published in annual volumes, beginning with Volume I in the year 2001. Thus, for example, any article published in the year 2007 belongs to Volume VII. Articles published in an annual volume are numbered serially with Arabic numerals (example: "5"). Therefore, for citation purposes, a given article would appear by Author, "Title," Biblical Research Bulletin, followed by Vol. VII No. 5 (2008) or simply VII.5 (2008), depending on the academic format used.

BRB is a universal access journal, and requires no subscription. However, users must follow all utilization and citation instructions contained on the cover page of each article published herein. Please refer to the cover sheet of any BRBarticle or book review for these details.

BRB biblical studies articles are listed by discipline sub-category, then by author in alphabetical order, then by year (volume) of publication. Click on the author's last name to access a given entry.

Biblical Studies (general)  
Collins, Steven, "The Bible, History, and Objectivity," BRB IV.5 (2004).   Graves, David E. and Stripling, Scott, "Locating Tall el-Hammam on the Madaba Map," BRB VII.6 (2007).

Biblical Studies (New Testament)
ARTICLES PENDING

Biblical Studies (Old Testament)
Briggs, Peter, "Testing the Factuality of the Conquest of Ai Narrative in the Book of Joshua," BRB VII.5 (2007). 
Collins, Steven, "The Home of the Canaanites, Hittites, Amorites: Is Yahweh's Promise a Significant Historical Synchronism?" BRB V.2 (2005).     Collins, Steven, "A Response to Bryant G. Wood's Critique of Collins' Northern Sodom Theory," BRB VII.7 (2007). 

Hermeneutics/Linguistics
Briggs, Peter, "Testing the Factuality of the Conquest of Ai Narrative in the Book of Joshua," BRB VII.5 (2007). 
Collins, Steven, and Oller, John W., Jr., "Is the Bible a True Narrative Representation?" BRB I.3 (2001)Oller, John W., Jr., and Collins, Steven, "The Logic of True Narrative Representations," BRB I.2 (2001).  
   
BRB archaeology articles are listed by discipline sub-category, then by author in alphabetical order, then by year (volume) of publication. Click on the author's last name to access a given entry.

Biblical Archaeology (general)
Collins, Steven, "The Architecture of Sodom," BRB II.14 (2002).   Collins, Steven, "Terms of Destruction for the Cities of the Plain," BRB II.16 (2002).   Collins, Steven, "Explorations on the Eastern Jordan Disk," BRB II.18 (2002).   Collins, Steven, "The Home of the Canaanites, Hittites, Amorites: Is Yahweh's Promise a Significant Historical Synchronism?" BRB V.2 (2005).   Collins, Steven, "How Low Did the Once-Great Egyptian Eighteenth Dynasty Sink?" BRB V.3 (2005).    Collins, Steven, "A Response to Bryant G. Wood's Critique of Collins' Northern Sodom Theory," BRB VII.7 (2007).Collins, Steven, "Tall el-Hammam Is Sodom: Billington's Heshbon Identification Suffers from Numerous Fatal Flaws,"BRB XII.1 (2012).Collins, Steven, "Tall el-Hammam Is Still Sodom: Critical Data-Sets Cast Serious Doubt on E.H. Merrill's Chronological Analysis," BRB XIII.1 (2013).Collins, Steven, "The Geography of Sodom and Zoar: Reality Demolishes W. Schlegel's Attacks against a Northern Sodom,"BRB XIII.2 (2013).Olson, Craig, "Which Site Is Sodom? A Comparison of Bab edh-Dhra and Tall el-Hammam," BRB XIV.1 (2014).

Chronological Methods (chronology; archaeometry)
Collins, Steven, "A Chronology for the Cities of the Plain," BRB II.8 (2002).   Collins, Steven, "The Length of the Israelite Sojourn in Egypt," BRB IV.6 (2004).   Collins, Steven, "Using Historical Synchronisms to Identify the Pharaoh of the Exodus," BRB V.8 (2005).   Collins, Steven, "Tall el-Hammam Is Still Sodom: Critical Data-Sets Cast Serious Doubt on E.H. Merrill's Chronological Analysis," BRB XIII.1 (2013).

Excavation Reports
Collins, Steven, et al, "Tall el-Hammam Excavation Project, Season Activity Report, Season One: 2005/2006 Probe Excavation and Survey," BRB VI.4 (2006). Collins, Steven, et al, "Tall el-Hammam Excavation Project, Season Activity Report, Season Two: 2006/2007 Excavation and Survey," BRB VII.9 (2007). Collins, Steven, and Abu Dayyeh, Abdelsamee', et al, "Tall el-Hammam Excavation Project, Season Activity Report, Season Three: 2008 Excavation, Exploration, and Survey," BRB VIII.2 (2008). Collins, Steven, and Hamdan, Khalil, et al, "Tall el-Hammam Excavation Project, Season Activity Report, Season Four: 2009 Excavation, Exploration, and Survey," BRB IX.1 (2009).

Field Data and InterpretationARTICLES PENDING
BRB geography articles are listed by author in alphabetical order, then by year (volume) of publication. Click on the author's last name to access a given entry.
Collins, Steven, "The Geography of the Cities of the Plain," BRB II.1 (2002).   Collins, Steven, "Rethinking the Location of Zoar: An Exercise in Biblical Geography," BRB VI.1 (2006).   Collins, Steven, "Forty Salient Points on the Geography of The Cities of the Kikkar," BRB VII.1 (2007).   Collins, Steven, "Reassessing the Term hakikkar in Nehemiah as Bearing on the Location of the Cities of the Plain," BRBVII.3 (2007).   Collins, Steven, "If You Thought You Knew the Location of Sodom and Gomorrah...Think Again," BRB VII. 4 (2007). Collins, Steven, "A Response to Bryant G. Wood's Critique of Collins' Northern Sodom Theory," BRB VII.7 (2007).  Fouts, David M., "The Demographics of Ancient Israel," BRB VII.2 (2007).   Graves, David E. and Stripling, Scott, "Locating Tall el-Hammam on the Madaba Map," BRB VII.6 (2007).  Thomson, William M., "A Late Nineteenth-Century Missionary-Scholar’s Position on the Location of Sodom and Gomorrah: Excerpts from The Land and the Book," BRB V.5 (2005).Tristram, Henry B., "Canon Tristram Fires a Lethal Shot at the Southern Sodom Theory: Excerpts from The Land of Moab: Travels and Discoveries on the East Side of the Dead Sea and the Jordan," BRB IX.2 (2009).Collins, Steven, "Tall el-Hammam Is Sodom: Billington's Heshbon Identification Suffers from Numerous Fatal Flaws,"BRB XII.1 (2012).Collins, Steven, "Tall el-Hammam Is Still Sodom: Critical Data-Sets Cast Serious Doubt on E.H. Merrill's Chronological Analysis," BRB XIII.1 (2013).Collins, Steven, "The Geography of Sodom and Zoar: Reality Demolishes W. Schlegel's Attacks against a Northern Sodom,"BRB XIII.2 (2013). Olson, Craig, "Which Site Is Sodom? A Comparison of Bab edh-Dhra and Tall el-Hammam," BRB XIV.1 (2014).
BRB magazine articles are listed by author in alphabetical order, then by year (volume) of publication. Click on the author's last name to access a given entry.
Byers, Gary A., "The Jordan River Valley, The Jordan River, and the Jungle of the Jordan," BRB VII.8 (2007).Byers, Gary A., "Tall el-Hammam 2008: A Personal Perspective," BRB VIII.1 (2008).


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