Halvor Moxnes

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Most recent book:

MEMORIES OF JESUS. A  JOURNEY THROUGH TIME. Eugene. OR: Wipf & Stock, 2021.

This is a different book about Jesus. It does not study the gospels as sources for the historical Jesus, but reads them as memories about Jesus, each gospel with its characteristic picture of Jesus. The book traces the transmission and growth of memories of Jesus in various contexts and in different historical periods. It also introduces readers to the little known “counter stories” to Christian memories in Jewish sources, as well as to the “rival stories” in the Quran.

A central perspective in the book is the troubling fact that for centuries the memories of Jesus contributed to “hate speech” against the Jews in Europe. The passion narratives in the Gospels put the blame for the death of Jesus upon Jewish leaders, and these stories were transmitted throughout the centuries as historical truth.

The memories of Jesus have served as identity markers not only for churches, but also for societies and countries. The last chapters focus on how the memoirs of Jesus have played an important role in supporting the identity of oppressed and marginalized group, in particular in present day USA.

This book is  revised and expanded version of  Historien om Jesus (Verbum, 2017),with two new chapters:

“Jesus and gender, class and race. Memories of Jesus in modern conflicts,” og “Jesus from the margins. The power of “dangerous memories.”

Advance praise::

Susannah Heschel, Eli M. Black Distinguished Professor of Jewish Studies at Dartmouth College.

With this great book, Halvor Moxnes has transformed the study of the New Testament!We do not know Jesus, we remember Jesus, he argues and explores the memories expressed in the canonical Gospels, the apocryphal gospels, Jewish texts – all the way to the modern period, when scholars thought they were reconstructing history, rather than grasping at memory. What will the future memories of Jesus bring to us? Moxnes tantalizes us, raising questions about historical and political contexts that shape our memories and insisting that we consider memories in light of ethical commitments. A fabulous book for students, scholars and interesting people!

 

 A Short History of the New Testament. London. I.B. Tauris, 2014.

In terms of introductions to the New Testament  this book represents a new type of book, in that it presents a comprehensive understanding of ‘the history of the New Testament’. It includes not only presentations of the first century writings in their historical contexts, but also the history of how they were collected into one book, their impact throughout history via translations and receptions in arts and literature, and finally, the history of methods and theories of interpreting the New Testament.

You can “look inside the book”  on Amazon

See an interview with Moxnes at  I.B. Tauris blog.

Prize for article in gender studies in 2013

For the article «The Modern Breakthrough» and Christian Masculinity of Bourgeois Theologians in Norway( in Norwegian) in Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning (Journal for Gender Studies) 37 (2013), 104-22, Moxnes won the prize for the best article in the journal that year. . See  an English abstract .

Bibliography 1966-2014

 

2012.Academic Interests

For many years I have been interested in studying the New Testament and Early Christianity with the use of social anthropology and other social science methods. The main thematic focus over the last years have been the historical Jesus and gender studies, especially masculinity. Another area of interest  is the cultural presuppositions for our interpretations, with a thematic focus on presentations of the historical  Jesus during the rise of nationalism in 19th century Europe. Both areas raise the issue of hermeneutics and the use of the Bible in a multi-cultural and multireligious context.

Teaching

Some examples of courses at bachelor and master level:

  • Jesus, Muhammad and Modern Identities
  • Jesus og evangeliene
  • Seksualitet og kjønn i tidlig kristendom

Higher education and employment history

Halvor Moxnes is cand.theol. from the University of  Oslo in 1971 and Dr.theol. in 1978, after studies in  USA og England, with the dissertation Theology in Conflict. Studies in Paul's Understanding of God in Romans (published by  Brill, 1980).Moxnes was assistent prrofessor at the Faculty of Theology, University of Oslo 1978-1984, and  from  1984 till 2014  professor of New Testament. He has had several longer research periods at universities in the USA, Canada and Great Britain. During the  last years he has been active in internaytonal student exchange og in establishing master and PhD-studies in contextual theology.

Honoraria

  • Member of The Norwegian Academy of  Science and Letters from 2003
  • Moxnes became Dr.h.c. at the University of Copenhagen in 2005
  • Honorary Visiting Professor, Faculty of Arts, University of Glasgow 2009-14.
  • Croghan Bicentennial Visiting Professor in Biblical and Early Christian Studies, Williams College, MA,  2014 II

Appointments

  • Member  Programme Committee, Society of Biblical Literature  2007-12.
  • Member board of  New Testament Studies; Annali di storia dell' esegesi (Bologna); Neotestamentica (Pretoria)

Cooperation

 Through the project  "Jesus in Cultural Complexity"  (see /english/research/projects/jcc/) cooperation with colleagues  at universities in Great Britain, the USA and Canada

Tags: New Testament Studies, Historical Jesus, Hermeneutics, Gender Sexuality and Religion, Masculinity

Publications

Books

(2021) Memories of Jesus. A Journey through Time. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock

(2017) Historien om Jesus. Oslo: Verbum.

(2015) Historien om Det nye testamentet. Oslo: Verbum

(2014)  A Short History of the New Testament. London. I.B. Tauris, 2014.

 (2012) Jesus and the Rise of Nationalism. A new quest for the nineteenth century historical Jesus. London:  I.B. Tauris.

  (See  a review: )

(2009)Moxnes, Halvor; Blanton, Ward & Crossley, James C. (ed.). Jesus Beyond Nationalism: Constructing the Historical Jesus in a Period of Cultural Complexity. Sheffield: Equinox Publishing.

(2003). Putting Jesus in His Place. A Radical Vision of Household and KIngdom. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press. (See reviews)

(1997) Halvor Moxnes (ed.) Constructing Early Christian Families: Family as Social Reality and Metaphor. London: Routledge.

(1988) The Economy of the Kingdom. Social Conflict and Economic Relations in Luke's Gospel. Fortress 1988

(1980) Theology in Conflict. Studies in Paul's Understanding of God in Romans. Brill .. Novum Testamentum Supplementum 53.

Articles, essays in collections

(2020) Constructing Christian Origins in a Secular Age. I: Talking God in Society : Multidisciplinary (Re)constructions of Ancient (Con)texts Festschrift for Peter Lampe : Vol. 1: Theories and Applications. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 2. s. 33-49

(2020) Social Science Interpretation of the New Testament and a Hermeneutics of Dialogue. I: Nordic Interpretations of the New Testament, Challenging Texts and Perspectives. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht  s. 43-58

(2018) Desiring Christ: A Nordic Christology in the Time of Romantic Friendships. I: Rewriting and Receptionin and of the Bible. Mohr Siebeck 2018. s. 335-352

(2018) From Ernest Renan to Anders Behring Breivik: Continuities in Racial Stereotypes of Muslims and Jews. I: Ethnicity, Race, Religion. Identities and Ideologies in Early Jewish and Christian Texts. and in Modern Biblical Interpretation. T&T Clark 2018 s. 113--129

(2018) WHO ARE THE CHILDREN OF ABRAHAM IN ROMANS 4? Retelling the Memory of Abraham “Our Ancestor”. I: The Church and Its Mission in the New Testament and Early Christianity : Essays in Memory of Hans Kvalbein. Mohr Siebeck 2018. s. 193--210

(2017) The Nation and Nationalism. I: The Oxford Handbook of Nineteenth Century Christian Thought. Oxford University Press, s. 246-263

(2017) From canon to context: Reading Paul in a time of cultural complexity. Studia Theologica 2017 ;Volum 71.(1) s. 51-68

2015). Does the History of the Canon Matter? Contextualizing the Debate over the Authority of the New Testament Canon. Biblical Theology Bulletin.   45(2), s 38- 59.

 (2015). Social-scientific readings of the Bible, In John Riches (ed.),  The New Cambridge History of the Bible, vol. 4. From 1750 to the Present.  Cambridge University Press.   Chapter 7.  s 160 - 171.

(2014) Moxnes, Halvor (2014). Making Jesus Masculine: The Historical Jesus and the Challenges of Nineteenth-Century Politics. Neotestamentica48(1), s 57- 74

(2013). «Det moderne gjennombrudd» og kristen maskulinitet hos borgerskapets teologer i Norge. Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning.  37(2), s 104- 122.

(2010). Identity in Jesus' Galilee - From Ethnicity to Locative Intersectionality. Biblical Interpretation.  ISSN 0927-2569.  XVIII(4-5), s 390- 416

(2010). Landscape and Spatiality: Placing Jesus, In Dietmar, Neufeld & Richard E., DeMaris (ed.),  Understanding the Social World of the New Testament.  Routledge, 90 - 106

2007). From unique personality to charismatic movement. 100 years of shifitng paradigms in historical Jesus research, In Inger, Furseth & Paul, Leer-Salvesen (ed.), Religion in Late Modernity. Essays in Honor of Pål Repstad. Tapir Akademisk Forlag, 187 - 200

(2004). Jesus in Gender Trouble. Cross Currents.   54(3), 31- 46

(2003). Asceticism and Christian Identity in Antiquity: A Dialogue with Foucault and Paul.. Journal for the Study of the New Testament. 26(1),  3- 29

(2003) Renan's Vie de Jésus as Representation of the Orient. I: Jews, Antiquity, and the Nineteenth-century Imaginiation. Bethesda, MD: University Press of Maryland, 85-108.


(1997) Conventional values in the Hellenistic World: Masculinity". in:  Conventional Values of the Hellenistic Greeks. Aarhus Universitetsforlag, 263-284
 

  • Moxnes, Halvor (2021). JESUS ITINERANCY IN HISTORICAL CONTEXT. Humanitas. ISSN 0018-7461. 76, p. 500–509.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2021). The Moment of Recognition. Reading and Seeing Jesus at the Supper at Emmaus. In Holmes, Jeremy & Lasnoski, Kent (Ed.), Reading and Living Scripture. Emmaus Academic. ISSN 978-1-64585-078-6. p. 35–50.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2020). Constructing Christian Origins in a Secular Age. In Eisen, Ute E. & Mader, Heidrun E. (Ed.), Talking God in Society : Multidisciplinary (Re)constructions of Ancient (Con)texts Festschrift for Peter Lampe : Vol. 1: Theories and Applications. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. ISSN 9783525573174. p. 33–49.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2020). Social Science Interpretation of the New Testament and a Hermeneutics of Dialogue, Nordic Interpretations of the New Testament, Challenging Texts and Perspectives. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. ISSN 978-3-525-55456-2. p. 43–58.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2020). Household and gender: Interpretation in dialogue between the contexts of the New Testament and contemporary cultures. Stellenbosch theological journal. ISSN 2413-9467. 6(1), p. 103–122. doi: 10.17570/stj.2020.v6n1.a07. Full text in Research Archive
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2018). The Contextuality of Constructing Histories of Jesus. Modern and Ancient Masculinities. In Schmidt, Eckhart David (Eds.), Jesus, quo vadis? Entwicklungen und Perpsektiven der aktuellen Jesusforschung. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. ISSN 978-3-7887-3319-3. p. 93–114. doi: 10.13109/9783788733216.93.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2018). Secrecy in the Gospel of Matthew from an Anthropological Perspective: Creation of an Alternative World. In Verheyden, Joseph & Kloppenborg, John S. (Ed.), The Gospels and Their Stories in Anthropolgical Perspective. Mohr Siebeck. ISSN 978-3-16-156308-9. p. 175–190. doi: 10.1628/978-3-16-156309-6.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2018). From Ernest Renan to Anders Behring Breivik: Continuities in Racial Stereotypes of Muslims and Jews. In Hockey, Katherine M. & Horrell, David G. (Ed.), Ethnicity, Race, Religion. Identities and Ideologies in Early Jewish and Christian Texts. and in Modern Biblical Interpretation. Bloomsbury T&T Clark. ISSN 978-0-5676-7730-3. p. 113-–129.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2018). WHO ARE THE CHILDREN OF ABRAHAM IN ROMANS 4? Retelling the Memory of Abraham “Our Ancestor” . In Aune, David E. & Hvalvik, Reidar (Ed.), The Church and Its Mission in the New Testament and Early Christianity : Essays in Memory of Hans Kvalbein. Mohr Siebeck. ISSN 978-3-16-155909-9. p. 193-–210.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2018). Social Science Perspectives in Early Christian Studies in a Nordic Context. Biblical Theology Bulletin. ISSN 0146-1079. 48(2), p. 76–84. doi: 10.1177/0146107918763046. Full text in Research Archive
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2018). Desiring Christ: A Nordic Christology in the Time of Romantic Friendships, Rewriting and Receptionin and of the Bible. Mohr Siebeck. ISSN 978-3-16-155006-5. p. 335–352.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2017). Was Jesus a charismatic leader? The use of social models in the history of the Jesus' movement. In Giustiniani, Pasquale & Pizzo, Francesco Del (Ed.), «Lampada per i miei passi è la tua parola, luce sul mio cammino» (Sal 119,105). Studi offerti a Marcello Del Verme in occasione del suo 75° compleanno. Sardini. ISSN 978-88-7506-233-0. p. 51–72.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2017). The Homeless Jesus. What does it mean to call Jesus homeless? Tra Pratiche e credenze . Traiettorie anthropologiche e storiche. Un omaggio ad Adriana Destro. Morcellania . ISSN 978-88-372-3152-1. p. 293–309.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2017). The Nation and Nationalism, The Oxford Handbook of Nineteenth Century Christian Thought. Oxford University Press. ISSN 978-0-19-871840-6. p. 246–263.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2017). From canon to context: Reading Paul in a time of cultural complexity. Studia Theologica - Nordic Journal of Theology. ISSN 0039-338X. 71(1), p. 51–68. doi: 10.1080/0039338X.2017.1300119. Full text in Research Archive
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2016). Demokrati i kirken med plass for «homofil» teologi. Kirke og kultur. ISSN 0023-186X. 121(1), p. 4–14. doi: 10.18261/issn.1504-3002-2016-01-02.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2015). Det nye testamentes kanon under debatt: Kanon og fortolkningskanon fra Käsemann til Ehrman. Teologisk Tidsskrift. ISSN 1893-0263. 4(4), p. 338–356.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2015). The mission of Jesus to "the totality of the Jewish land" in Schleiermacher's Life of Jesus. In Byrskog, Samuel & Hägerland, Tobias (Ed.), The Mission of Jesus: Second Nordic Symposium on the Historical Jesus, Lund, 7-10 October 2012. Mohr Siebeck. ISSN 978-3-16-153335-8. p. 25–39.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2015). Placing men in the double Message of Luke-Acts. In Grung, Anne Hege; Kartzow, Marianne Bjelland & Solevåg, Anna Rebecca (Ed.), Bodies, Borders, Believers: Ancient Texts and Present Conversations. Pickwick Publications. ISSN 9781625644046. p. 327–41.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2015). Social-scientific readings of the Bible. In Riches, John (Eds.), The New Cambridge History of the Bible, vol. 4. From 1750 to the Present. Cambridge University Press. ISSN 978-0-521-85823-6. p. 160–171. doi: 10.1017/cho9780511842870.011.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2015). Does the History of the Canon Matter? Contextualizing the Debate over the Authority of the New Testament Canon. Biblical Theology Bulletin. ISSN 0146-1079. 45(2), p. 38–59. doi: 10.1177/0146107915577100. Full text in Research Archive
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2014). Global Citizenship – Why Do We Need Utopian Visions? In Sterri, Aksel Braanen (Eds.), Global citizen - challenges and responsibility in an interconnected world. Brill|Sense. ISSN 9789462099289. p. 5–13. doi: 10.1007/978-94-6209-929-6_2.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2014). The Beaten Body of Christ. Reading and Empowering Slave Bodies in 1Peter. Religion and Theology: A Journal of Contemporary Religous Discourse. ISSN 1023-0807. 21(1+2), p. 1–17. doi: 10.1163/15743012-02101002.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2014). Making Jesus masculine: The historical Jesus and the challenges of nineteenth-century politics. Neotestamentica. ISSN 0254-8356. 48(1), p. 57–74.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2014). Jesus beyond Nationalism - in Light of Terrorism. In Black, Stephen K. (Eds.), To Set at Liberty. Essays on Early Christianity and its Social World in Honor of John H. Elliott. Sheffield Phoenix Press. ISSN 978-1-907534-92-8. p. 272–288. doi: 10.4324/9781315539560.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2013). FROM THE NINETEENTH CENTURY CONTEXT TO THE FUTURE OF JESUS STUDIES. A dialogue with the panelists in the discussion of Jesus and the Rise of Nationalism. A New Quest for the nineteenth Century Historical Jesus. Annali di Storia dell'Esegesi. ISSN 1120-4001. 30(1), p. 224–234.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2013). Jesus in discourses of dichotomies : Alternative paradigms of the Historical Jesus. Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus. ISSN 1476-8690. 11(2), p. 130–152. doi: 10.1163/17455197-01102004.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2013). When did Jesus become a Galilean? Revisiting the Historical Jesus debate of the Nineteenth Century, Jesus - Gestalt und Gestaltungen. Rezeptionen des Galiläers in Wissenschaft, Kirche und Gesellschaft. FS für Gerd Theissen zum 70. Geburtstag. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. ISSN 9783525593622. p. 391–409. doi: 10.13109/9783666593628.391.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2013). «Det moderne gjennombrudd» og kristen maskulinitet hos borgerskapets teologer i Norge. Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning. ISSN 0809-6341. 37(2), p. 104–122.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2013). Jødeland som nasjon. Bibeltolkning og nasjonalisme, Sannhetens øyeblikk: Israel, Palestina og Den norske kirke. Akademika forlag. ISSN 978-82-321-0190-0. p. 101–113.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2012). Constructing the Galilee of Jesus in an Age of Ethnic Identity, The Making of ChristianityConflicts, Contacts, and Constructions:The Making of Christianity. Essays in Honor ofBengt Holmberg. Eisenbrauns. ISSN 9781575068176. p. 147–170. doi: 10.1163/156851510x517609.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2012). Jesus som nasjons-ideal Jesu liv-biografier og utviklingen av europeisk nasjonalisme i det nittende århundre. Teologisk Tidsskrift. ISSN 1893-0263. 1(3), p. 228–248.
  • Kartzow, Marianne Bjelland; Leirvik, Oddbjørn Birger & Moxnes, Halvor (2011). Kommentar: Jesus, Muhammad og norske identiteter. Kirke og kultur. ISSN 0023-186X. 3, p. 17–19.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2011). Schleiermacher and the Interdisciplinarity of "The Quest for the Historical Jesus". In Gräb, Wilhelm & Slenczka, Notger (Ed.), Universität-Theologie-Kirche. Deutungsangebote zum Verhältnis von Kultur und Religion im Gespräch mit Schleiermacher. Evangelische Verlagsanstalt - Wissenschaft. ISSN 978-3-374-02891-7. p. 128–144.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2011). “Beacuse of the Name of Christ”, Baptism and the Location of Identity in 1 Peter. In Hellholm, David; Vegge, Tor; Norderval, Øyvind & Hellholm, Christer (Ed.), Ablution, initiation, and baptism : late antiquity, early Judaism, and early Christianity. Walter de Gruyter (De Gruyter). ISSN 978-3-11-024751-0. p. 605–628. doi: 10.1515/9783110247534.605.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2011). Men Jesus var ikke norsk. Kirke og kultur. ISSN 0023-186X. 116(3), p. 120–131.
  • Aasgaard, Reidar; Moxnes, Halvor & Seim, Turid Karlsen (2011). Fortolkning, forkynnelse og kjønn: Studiet av Det nye testamente inn i det 21. århundre. In Rasmussen, Tarald & Elstad, Hallgeir (Ed.), Teologi og modernitet. Universitetsteologien i det 20. hundreåret. Unipub forlag. ISSN 978-82-7477-500-8. p. 89–116. Full text in Research Archive
  • Kartzow, Marianne Bjelland & Moxnes, Halvor (2010). Complex Identities: Ethnicity, Gender and Religion inthe Story of the Ethiopian Eunuch (Acts 8:26–40). Religion and Theology: A Journal of Contemporary Religous Discourse. ISSN 1023-0807. 17, p. 184–204.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2010). Etnography and Historical Imagination in reading Jesus as an Exorcist. Neotestamentica. ISSN 0254-8356. 44(2), p. 327–341.

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  • Moxnes, Halvor (2021). Memories of Jesus. A Journey through Time. Cascade Books. ISBN 978-1-5326-8474-6. 257 p.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2017). Historien om Jesus. Verbum Forlag. ISBN 9788254313732. 256 p.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2015). Historien om Det nye testamentet. Verbum Forlag. ISBN 978-82-543-1307-7.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2014). A Short History of the New Testament. I.B. Tauris. ISBN 9781780766072. 238 p.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2012). Jesus and the Rise of Nationalism. A New Quest for the nineteenth-century Historical Jesus. I.B. Tauris. ISBN 978-1-84885-080-4. 270 p.

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  • Moxnes, Halvor (2021). The Moment of Recognition. Reading and Seeing Jesus at the Supper at Emmaus. In Holmes, Jeremy & Lasnoski, Kent (Ed.), Reading and Living Scripture. Emmaus Academic. ISSN 978-1-64585-078-6.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2021). 13. søndag i treenighetstiden . Nytt norsk kirkeblad : for teologi og praksis. ISSN 0802-9504. 2021(3), p. 103–107.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2021). 2. påskedag . Nytt norsk kirkeblad : for teologi og praksis. ISSN 0802-9504. 2021(1), p. 99–105.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2021). KJÆRLIGHETEN ER ALDRI BARE STREIT! • Hvordan snakker vi om kjønn, seksualitet og identitet? .
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2021). Barn og unge må beskyttes mot overgrep. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.). ISSN 0804-3116.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2021). Teologiens kilder i møte med aktuelle utfordringer. [Internet]. Knut Refsdal, Podcats: Kirke på nye måter.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2021). Farlige Minner 2. [Internet]. Tor, Håp og Ærlighet.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2021). Om farlige minner 1. [Internet]. Tor, Håp og Ærlighet.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2021). Drivkraft. [Radio]. NRK 2.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2020). Korsfestelse i pestens dager.Mathias Grünewalds (1480–1528) alterskap. Klassekampen. ISSN 0805-3839. p. 26–27.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2020). Troels Engberg-Pedersen, Paulus om identitet: Hvordan er apostlen relevant for os i dag? Kirke og kultur. ISSN 0023-186X. 125(3), p. 289–291.
  • Martincic, Julia & Moxnes, Halvor (2020). Halvor Moxnes: Aktivist, bibelkjenenr og vennskapsforkjemper. KILDEN : informasjonssenter for kjønnsforskning.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2020). Ikke lenger en hellig konge. Klassekampen. ISSN 0805-3839. p. 26–27.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2020). Kristi Åpenbaringsdag. Nytt norsk kirkeblad: for teologi og praksis. ISSN 1894-2970. p. 233–238.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2020). Når kroppen svikter. Nytt norsk kirkeblad: for teologi og praksis. ISSN 1894-2970. p. 139–143.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2020). 2.Påskedag. Nytt norsk kirkeblad: for teologi og praksis. ISSN 1894-2970. p. 59–63.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2018). From Jesus to His First Followers: Continuity and Discontinuity: Anthropological and Historical Perspectives. By Adriana Destro and Mauro Pesce. Pp. xi + 335. (Biblical Interpretation Series, 156.) Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2017. Journal of Theological Studies. ISSN 0022-5185. 69(2), p. 784–786. doi: 10.1093/jts/fly065.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2018). 13. søndag i treenighetstiden. Tekstgjennomgang. Nytt norsk kirkeblad : for teologi og praksis. ISSN 0802-9504. p. 105–109.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2018). Fra arisk til jødisk Jesus Jesustolkninger i moderne europeisk historie. Kirke og kultur. ISSN 0023-186X. 122(1), p. 70–77. doi: 10.18261/issn.1504-3002-2018-01-08.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2016). THE HISTORIES OF JESUS.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2016). HISTORICAL JEWS IN THE IMAGE OF MODERN MUSLIMS IN RENAN’S LIFE OF JESUS.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2016). THE MASCULINITIES OF JESUS THE MASCULINITIES OF JESUS, The importance of cultural contexts for historical studies of Jesus .
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2016). SOCIAL SCIENCE PERSPECTIVES IN EARLY CHRISTIAN STUDIES IN THE NORDIC COUNTRIES (1978-2015).
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2016). FROM ERNEST RENAN TO ANDERS BEHRING BREIVIK Continuities in racial stereotypes of Muslims and Jews .
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2016). Fra fordømmelse til anerkjennelse. In Laksaa, Trond (Eds.), Jeg slipper deg ikke før du velsigner meg. Kampen for homofile og lesbiske i kirkeen. Åpen Kirkegruppe. ISSN 9788269048506. p. 181–213.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2016). Gjenkjennelsens øyeblikk. In Kartzow, Marianne Bjelland (Eds.), Lukas. Undring og utforsring. Verbum Forlag. ISSN 9788254313336. p. 118–132.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2016). Jesus ved 60. Syn og Segn. ISSN 0039-7717. |22(4), p. 69–77.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2015). Kontekstuelle Jesus-bilder. Religion og livssyn : Tidsskrift for religionslærerforeningen i Norge. ISSN 0802-8214. 27(1), p. 15–19.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2015). Abrahams Gud for jøder og hedninger (Rom 3,21-4,25). In Larsen, Kasper Bro & Engberg-Pedersen, Troels (Ed.), Paulusevangeliet. Nye perspektiver på Romerbrevet. Forlaget ANIS. ISSN 978-87-7457-663-1. p. 85–109.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2014). Fra folk til felleskap. Gudstjenesteforberedelse 17.mai 2014. Nytt norsk kirkeblad : for teologi og praksis. ISSN 0802-9504. 42(3), p. 32–34.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2014). DOES THE HISTORY OF THE CANON MATTER?CONTEXTUALIZING THE DEBATE OVER THE AUTHORITY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT CANON.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2014). Ubuden gjest, I lys av Haydns "Jesu siste syv ord på korset". Kirke og kultur. ISSN 0023-186X. 119(3), p. 264–278.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2013). TO BE A MAN”IN CHRIST”.DESTABILIZED AND TRANSFORMED MASCULINITIES IN EARLY CHRISTIAN TEXTS.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2013). Imagining early Christian communities: tracing 19th century roots of a social model,
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2013). Early Christian communities as ”associations”. Tracing 19th century roots of a social model.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2013). "MAKING JESUS MASCULINE. THE HISTORICAL JESUS AND THE CHALLENGES OF 19TH CENTURY POLITICS.".
  • Gjøsund, Alf; Møller, Hilde Brekke & Moxnes, Halvor (2013). Verdens største konspirasjon? : MF-forsker usikker på Jesu eksistens. [Newspaper]. Vårt Land.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2013). "Den som vil følge meg". Jesu dannelse av disiplene i Markusevangeliet. In Straume, Ingerid (Eds.), Danningens filosofihistorie. Gyldendal Akademisk. ISSN 9788205444218. p. 92–101.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2012). Response to reviews of Jesus and the rise of nationalism.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2012). "Where is social-scientific criticism taking us”.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2012). THE MISSION OF JESUS TO ' THE TOTALITY OF THE JEWISH LAND ' IN SCHLEIERMACHER'S LIFE OF JESUS.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2012). GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP – WHY DO WE NEED UTOPIAN VISIONS?
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2012). “Theological Research and its Socio-Historical Conditions:A new Quest for the Nineteenth-Century Historical Jesus as a Case”.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2011). Jødeland som nasjon. Bibeltolkning og nasjonalisme.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2011). Mine herrer . Mannsroller og maskulin teologi (1870-1920).
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2011). FINNES DET EN KRISTEN KJÆRLIGHET?
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2011). JESUS AS TEACHER TO THE NATIONSchleiermacher on the role of the theologian in a society in times of crises.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2011). Jesus beyond nationalism – in light of terrorism.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2011). 'A manly Jesus. The historical Jesus in light of 19th century masculinities.'.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2011). HEGEMONIC OR ALTERNATIVE MASCULINITIES IN EARLY CHRISTIANITY?
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2011). Religion and national identity. Early Christianity as a model for European nationalism.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2011). The historical Jesus – where biblical studies, religious/cultural/anthropological/political studies intersect.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2011). TROELS ENGBERG-PEDERSEN: COSMOLOGY AND SELF IN THE APOSTLE PAUL. An embodied (self) biography?
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2011). John as a national gospel.Schleiermacher’s defence for John’s gospel as a source for the historical Jesus.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2010). 19th Century Jesus and the Rise of Nationalism.
  • Moxnes, Halvor (2010). SCHLEIERMACHER AND THE INTERDISCIPLINARITY OF THE “THE QUEST FOR THE HISTORICAL JESUS.”.

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