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Books from 2016

At the Temple Gates: The Religion of Freelance Experts in the Roman Empire, Heidi Wendt

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Christian Origins and Freelance Experts, Heidi Wendt

Galatians 3:1 as an Allusion to Textual Prophecy, Heidi Wendt

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Theorizing Religious Intellectuals and Intellectualizing Groups of the Early Imperial Period, Heidi Wendt

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What Could This Rising from the Dead Mean? Paul, Mark, and Marcion’s Gospel, Heidi Wendt

Submissions from 2015

Columbarium, Heidi Wendt

Dying God, Heidi Wendt

Ea Superstitione: Christian Martyrdom and the Religion of Freelance Experts, Heidi Wendt

Iudaica Romana: A Rereading of Evidence for Judean Expulsions from Rome, Heidi Wendt

"Entrusted with the Oracles of God": The Fate of the Judean Writings in Flavian Rome, Heidi Wendt

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From the Herodians to Hadrian: The Shifting Status of Judean Religion in Post-Flavian Rome, Heidi Wendt

Theurgy, Heidi Wendt

Submissions from 2014

Ancient Relationships, Modern Intellectual Horizons: The Practical Challenges and Possibilities of Encoding Greek and Latin Inscriptions, Lisa Anderson and Heidi Wendt

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Not Twelve, But Five: Theorizing Christian Practice in the Second Century, Heidi Wendt

Submissions from 2013

James C. Hanges, Paul, Founder of Churches: A Study in Light of the Evidence for the Role of "Founder-Figures" in the Hellenistic-Roman Period. A Review Essay, Heidi Wendt

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"Not That I Seek the Gift": Restoring Interests to the Study of Early Christianity, Heidi Wendt

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Review of: The Mysteries of Artemis of Ephesos: Cult, Polis, and Change in the Graeco-Roman World by Guy MacLean rogers, Heidi Wendt

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With Far More Imprisonments and Often Near Death: Paul’s Hardships Amidst Roman Punishments of Freelance Experts, Heidi Wendt

Submissions from 2012

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Another Jesus, A Different Gospel: The Religion of Independent Specialists and its Consequences for Earliest Christianity, Heidi Wendt

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"Ea Superstitione": Christian Martyrdom and the Regulation of Independent Religious Specialists, Heidi Wendt

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Interpretes Legum: Judean Diviners in the Early Roman Empire, Heidi Wendt

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Iudaica Romana: A Re-Reading of Evidence for Judean Expulsions from Rome, Heidi Wendt

Submissions from 2011

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Restoring the Material to Material Cultural Approaches: Methodological Inconsistencies in Explaining Pauline Reception, Heidi Wendt

Submissions from 2010

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Paganism Must Really End, and Not Because Theodosius Says So! Methodological Implications of the Term “Pagan” in Modern Academic Vocabulary, Heidi Wendt

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Tokens of Mystery? Redescribing Roman Exotica in Terms of Social Practices and Material Signatures, Heidi Wendt