It also undercut the association subsidy for publication of one of the world's leading scholarly journals on scripture, The Catholic Biblical Quarterly.
What does CBQ stand for?
CBQ stands for Catholic Biblical Quarterly
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The Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series 43.
She also serves as New Testament book review editor for the Catholic Biblical Quarterly.
Joanna Dewey, "Mark as Interwoven Tapestry: Forecasts and Echoes for a Listening Audience," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 53 (1991): 221-36, and "The Gospel of Mark as an Oral-Aural Event: Implications for Interpretation," in The New Literary Criticism and the New Testament, ed.
The question of what archaeological discoveries can or should do for biblical studies has taken on new life in recent years thanks in no small part to the pioneering efforts of Philip King (see for example his, "The Contribution of Archaeology to Biblical Studies," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 45 (1983) 1-16; Amos, Hosea, Micah: An Archaeological Commentary.
He also served on the editorial boards of the Journal of Biblical Literature and the Catholic Biblical Quarterly.
The Catholic Biblical Quarterly Monograph Series 24.
The publication of the first Jerome Biblical Commentary (JBC) more than two decades ago (1968) was a major step for the Catholic Biblical Association, the publishers of the Catholic Biblical Quarterly.