Andreas J. Köstenberger
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|Andreas J. Köstenberger|
November 2, 1957 |
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Andreas J. Köstenberger (born November 2, 1957) is Senior Research Professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) in Wake Forest, North Carolina. His primary research interests are the Gospel of John, biblical theology, and hermeneutics.
Köstenberger was born on November 2, 1957, in Vienna, Austria, where he was raised in the Roman Catholic Church. As a young man, Köstenberger converted to Evangelicalism. He holds a doctorate from the Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien (the Vienna University of Economics and Business).
At the age of twenty-seven, Köstenberger left Austria for the United States to pursue theological studies at Columbia Bible College and Graduate School of Missions. In 1990 Köstenberger began doctoral studies at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School under D. A. Carson, submitting his dissertation on the mission motif in the Gospel of John in 1993.
Köstenberger then taught at Briercrest Bible College for two years, returned to Trinity for a one-year teaching position to cover for D. A. Carson while he was on sabbatical (during which time, in 1996, Köstenberger received an "Award for Scholarly Productivity" from Trinity), and then took a teaching position at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) in 1996, where he is currently Senior Research Professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology. At SEBTS he has served as director of Ph.D. studies and won a "Presidential Appreciation Award" for outstanding contribution in academic achievement in 2002.
He is editor of the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society (JETS) and founder of Biblical Foundations, an organization that "exists to strengthen the biblical foundations of the family, the church, and society."
Köstenberger met his wife, Margaret (Marny) Gerrard, while at Columbia Bible College and Graduate School of Missions. They were married on December 2, 1989 and have four children.
- Co-editor with Thomas R. Schreiner and H. Scott Baldwin, Women in the Church: A Fresh Analysis of 1 Timothy 2:11–15 (1995, ISBN 9780801020209; 2nd ed. 2005, ISBN 9780801029042)
The essays in this book provide an analysis of what the Bible says about the role of women in the church. The book’s comprehensive approach examines the grammatical, linguistic, exegetical, hermeneutical, and theological aspects of the issue, and the second edition offers an application of the analysis.
- The Missions of Jesus and the Disciples According to the Fourth Gospel (1998; ISBN 9780802842558)
Named one of "Fifteen Outstanding Books of 1998 for Mission Studies" by the International Bulletin of Missionary Research
In this book, Andreas Köstenberger presents a study of the relationship between the mission of Jesus and the mission of the disciples according to the Gospel of John. The study reveals similarities and differences, most notably the representational nature of the disciples’ mission and the incarnational nature of Jesus’ mission.
- Encountering John, Encountering Biblical Studies (1999, ISBN 9780801021503)
This commentary examines the historical and literary aspects of the Gospel of John in order to shed light on the theological themes of the book. The unique style of this commentary is said to be more suitable for classroom use.
- With Peter T. O’Brien, Salvation to the Ends of the Earth: A Biblical Theology of Mission, New Studies in Biblical Theology (2001; ISBN 9780851115191)
Andreas Köstenberger and Peter O’Brien examine the theme of mission throughout the entire Bible, asking questions about the nature of missions throughout Israel’s history and the New Testament church. Was Israel called to missions in the same way the church was called to missions? Did Jesus reach out only to Jews or to Gentiles also? The authors spend the bulk of their analysis on the New Testament books, especially Matthew through Acts, which provides an understanding of Jesus Christ’s mission and the mission of the church.
- Studies on John and Gender: A Decade of Scholarship, Studies in Biblical Literature 38 (2001, ISBN 9780820452753)
This is a collection of essays by Andreas Köstenberger that address the Gospel of John and gender roles in the church.
- "John," in Zondervan Illustrated Bible Backgrounds Commentary, Vol. 2 (2002, ISBN 9780310278283)
- With Raymond Bouchoc, The Book Study Concordance of the Greek New Testament (2003, ISBN 9780805424577)
A Bible study tool, The Book Study Concordance compiles data about the Greek words used in each New Testament book and analyzes the data in relation to the theology of each book.
- John, Baker Exegetical Commentary of the New Testament (2004, ISBN 9780801026447)
Finalist for the 2005 Gold Medallion Book Awards under Commentary/Reference Works
Andreas Köstenberger takes readers through the book of John by first looking at its historical context and its relationship to other New Testament books. He then presents an exegetical analysis of each verse, including his own translation of the Greek text. Throughout the commentary, Köstenberger interacts with contemporary scholarship on the subject.
- With David W. Jones, God, Marriage, and Family: Rebuilding the Biblical Foundation (2004, ISBN 9781581345803; 2nd ed. 2010, ISBN 9781433503641)
The authors write to help readers understand what the Bible says about marriage and the family. In the second edition, the authors apply the biblical truths to contemporary challenges in the home and controversial issues related to the topic.
- General editor and contributor, Whatever Happened to Truth? (2005, ISBN 9781581347722)
- Pastoral Epistles, Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Vol. 12 (rev. ed.; 2006, ISBN 9780310235033)
Andreas Köstenberger contributes his commentary on the Pastoral Epistles (1 and 2 Timothy and Titus) to this twelve-volume work by fifty-six contributors. Features throughout the series include an introduction, outline, and bibliography; expositions and overviews; and, where needed, comments on textual issues.
- General editor, Quo Vadis, Evangelicalism? Perspectives from the Past, Direction for the Future: Presidential Addresses from the First Fifty Years of the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society (2007, ISBN 9781581349689)
The title of this book summarizes its contents: addresses made by past presidents of the Evangelical Theological Society during the first fifty years of the organization’s journal. As editor of the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Andreas Köstenberger compiled the addresses to gain insight for the future of evangelicalism from the history of its thought.
- “John,” in Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament (2007, ISBN 9780801026935)
- With Scott Swain, Father, Son, and Spirit: The Trinity and John’s Gospel, New Studies in Biblical Theology (2008, ISBN 9780830826254)
In Father, Son and Spirit, the authors bring together and summarize the various aspects of John’s doctrine of the Trinity. This is done by considering the context of John (Second Temple Judaism), the biblical text itself, and the themes within the text.
- With L. Scott Kellum and Charles L. Quarles, The Cradle, the Cross, and the Crown: An Introduction to the New Testament (2009, ISBN 9780805443653)
Written as a classroom textbook, The Cradle, the Cross, and the Crown serves as an introduction to the New Testament. It covers the theology and the historical and literary aspects of each New Testament book. In addition, the textbook introduces the major themes of Christ’s birth and incarnation, his ministry and crucifixion, and his resurrection and eternal reign.
- A Theology of John’s Gospel and Letters: The Word, the Christ, the Son of God, Biblical Theology of the New Testament (2009, ISBN 9780310269861)
- With Michael Kruger, The Heresy of Orthodoxy (2010, ISBN 9781433501432)
Andreas Köstenberger and Michael Kruger engage in the debate over orthodoxy in early Christianity, taking a position against those like Walter Bauer and Bart Ehrman who deny a clear orthodoxy. The authors argue that Bauer’s thesis of diversity holds many problems and does not stand up under scrutiny.
- Co-editor with Terry Wilder, Entrusted with the Gospel: Paul’s Theology in the Pastoral Epistles (2010, ISBN 9780805448412)
The essays on 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus in this collection have all been written by evangelical scholars. The editors, Terry Wilder and Andreas Köstenberger, compiled the essays to ensure that evangelical scholarship on the books is available to readers.
- With Richard D. Patterson, Invitation to Biblical Interpretation, Invitation to Theological Studies (2011, ISBN 9780825430473)
Finalist for the 2013 Christian Book Award under Bible and Reference
This textbook advocates the “hermeneutical triad,” an interpretation method that examines the historical context, the literary features, and the theology of biblical texts. Common pitfalls that lead to misinterpretation are also covered.
- Excellence: The Character of God and the Pursuit of Scholarly Virtue (2011, ISBN 9781581349108)
Andreas Köstenberger takes a comprehensive look at life as a scholar and encourages readers to exhibit virtues that lead to excellence. His concern is that scholars not only produce excellent academic work but also prioritize people and preserve their faith while pursuing academic careers.
- With David W. Jones, Marriage and the Family: Biblical Essentials (2012, ISBN 9781433528569)
In this book, David W. Jones and Andreas Köstenberger present a Christian theology of the family and explain how it applies to sensitive topics such as abortion, infertility, homosexuality, and divorce.
- With L. Scott Kellum and Charles L. Quarles, The Lion and the Lamb: New Testament Essentials from The Cradle, the Cross, and the Crown (2012, ISBN 9781433677083)
An abridgement of the classroom textbook The Cradle, the Cross, and the Crown, The Lion and the Lamb introduces readers to the New Testament. It covers the theology and the historical and literary aspects of each New Testament book.
- Co-editor with David Croteau, Which Bible Translation Should I Use? A Comparison of 4 Major Recent Versions (2012, ISBN 9781433676468)
In Which Bible Translation Should I Use? the virtues of four recent English translations of the Bible are presented by scholars who represent them: the NIV 2011, the ESV, the HCSB, and the NLT. These scholars also explain the philosophy used during translation and how specific texts in their versions differ from the corresponding texts in others.
- “The Mystery of Christ and the Church: Head and Body, ‘One Flesh,’” Trinity Journal 12 NS (1991): 79–94.
- “Review Article: The Apostolic Origins of Priestly Celibacy,’” European Journal of Theology 1 (1992): 173–79.
- “Gender Passages in the New Testament: Hermeneutical Fallacies Critiqued,” Westminster Theological Journal 56 (1994): 259–83.
- “Anguish Over Austria: Rising Above Pragmatism,” Evangelical Missions Quarterly 31 (January 1995): 64–70.
- “The ‘Greater Works’ of the Believer According to John 14:12,” Didaskalia 6 (1995): 36–45.
- “The Seventh Johannine Sign: A Study in John‘s Christology,” Bulletin of Biblical Research 5 (1995): 87–103.
- “The Challenge of a Systematized Biblical Theology: Missiological Insights from the Gospel of John,” Missiology 23 (1995): 445–64.
- “Frühe Zweifel an der johanneischen Verfasserschaft des vierten Evangeliums in der modernen Interpretationsgeschichte,” European Journal of Theology 5 (1996): 37–46.
- “The Crux of the Matter: Paul’s Pastoral Pronouncements Regarding Women’s Roles in 1 Timothy 2:9–15,” Faith and Mission 14/1 (1997): 24–48.
- “What Does It Mean to Be Filled with the Spirit? A Biblical Investigation,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 40 (1997): 229–40.
- “The Neutering of ‘Man’ in the NIVI: The Translation of Anthropos and An*r in the Inclusive NIV,” CBMW News 2/3 (1997): 8–13.
- “Saved through Childbearing? A Fresh Look at 1 Timothy 2:15 Points to Protection from Satan’s Deception,” CBMW News 2/4 (1997): 1–6.
- “Ascertaining Women’s God-Ordained Roles: An Interpretation of 1 Timothy 2:15,” Bulletin of Biblical Research 7 (1997): 107–44.
- “We Plead on Christ’s Behalf: ‘Be Reconciled to God’: Correcting the Common Mistranslation of 2 Corinthians 5:20,” Bible Translator 48 (1997): 328–31.
- “Jesus as Rabbi in the Fourth Gospel,” Bulletin of Biblical Research 8 (1998): 97–128.
- “Aesthetic Theology—Blessing or Curse? An Assessment of Narrative Hermeneutics,” Faith & Mission 15/2 (1998): 27–44.
- “Avoiding fallacies in interpretation: How Fallacies Distort Understanding of the New Testament Gender Passages,” Journal of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood (1998): 1,6–10; abridged version of “Gender Passages in the New Testament: 5 Hermeneutical Fallacies Critiqued,” published in Westminster Theological Journal 56 (1994): 259–83.
- “Schlatter Reception Then and Now: His New Testament Theology (Part 1),” Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 3/1 (Spring 1999): 40–51.
- “Eine komplexe Satzstruktur in 1. Timotheus 2,12,” in Frauen in der Kirche: 1. Timotheus 2,9–15 kritisch untersucht, ed. Andreas J. Köstenberger, Thomas R. Schreiner, and H. Scott Baldwin (Gießen: Brunnen, 1999), 89–113.
- “The Place of Mission in New Testament Theology: An Attempt to Determine the Significance of Mission within the Scope of the New Testament’s Message as a Whole,” Missiology 27 (1999): 347–62.
- With David W. Chapman, “Jewish Intertestamental and Early Rabbinic Literature: An Annotated Bibliographic Resource,” JETS 43 (2000): 577–618.
- “Women in the Church: A Response to Kevin Giles,” Evangelical Quarterly 73 (2001): 205–24.
- “The Identity of the Israel tou theou” (Israel of God) in Galatians 6:16,” Faith & Mission 19/1 (2001): 3–24.
- “Jesus the Good Shepherd Who Will Also Bring Other Sheep (John 10:16): The Old Testament Background of a Familiar Metaphor,” Bulletin of Biblical Research 12 (2002): 67–96.
- “Hermeneutical and Exegetical Challenges in Interpreting the Pastoral Epistles,” The Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 7/3 (Fall 2003): 4–17.
- “Jesus, the Mediator of a ‘Better Covenant’: Comparatives in the Book of Hebrews,” Faith & Mission 21/2 (Spring 2004): 30–49.
- “‘What Is Truth?’ Pilate’s Question to Jesus in Its Johannine and Larger Biblical Context,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 48/1 (2005): 33–62.
- “‘Teaching and Usurping Authority: I Timothy 2:11–15’ by Linda L. Belleville,” Journal of Biblical Manhood & Womanhood 10/1 (Spring 2005): 43–54.
- “‘Biblical Hermeneutics: Basic Principles and Questions of Gender’ by Roger Nicole and ‘Hermeneutics and the Gender Debate’ by Gordon D. Fee,” Journal of Biblical Manhood & Womanhood 10/1 (Spring 2005): 88–95.
- “The Destruction of the Second Temple and the Composition of the Fourth Gospel,” Trinity Journal 26 NS/2 (Fall 2005): 205–42.
- “John’s Trinitarian Mission Theology,” Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 9/4 (Winter 2005): 14–33.
- With David A. Croteau, “‘Will a Man Rob God?’ (Malachi 3:8): A Study of Tithing in the Old and New Testaments,” Bulletin of Biblical Research 16/1 (2006): 53–77.
- With David A. Croteau, “Reconstructing a Biblical Model for Giving: A Discussion of Relevant Systematic Issues and New Testament Principles,” Bulletin of Biblical Research 16/2 (2006): 237–60.
- “The Impact of Feminism on the Family,” Religion & Society Report (Online Edition) 23/1 (2006).
- “The Moral Vision of John,” Midwestern Journal of Theology 4/2 (Spring 2006): 3–23.
- “The Biblical Framework for Marriage,” Midwestern Journal of Theology 4/2 (Spring 2006): 24–42.
- “The New Testament Pattern of Church Government,” Midwestern Journal of Theology 4/2 (Spring 2006): 43–56.
- “Of Professors and Madmen: Currents in Contemporary New Testament Scholarship,” Faith & Mission 23/2 (Spring 2006): 3–18.
- “The Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society: Retrospect & Prospect at the Occasion of the Fiftieth Year of Its Publication,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 51/1 (March 2008): 11–17.
- With Stephen O. Stout, “The Disciple Jesus Loved: Witness, Author, Apostle: A Response to Richard Bauckham’s Jesus and the Eyewitnesses,” Bulletin of Biblical Research 18/2 (2008): 209–32.
- “Do Jews Need to Be ‘Perfected’?,” Global Missiology (July 2008), www.globalmissiology.org.
- “The Syntax of 1 Timothy 2:12: A Rejoinder to Philip B. Payne,” Journal for Biblical Manhood & Womanhood 14/2 (Fall 2009): 37–40.
Essays and Dictionary Articles 
- “Chapter Four: A Complex Sentence Structure in 1 Tim 2:12,” in Women in the Church (ed. Andreas J. Köstenberger, Thomas R. Schreiner, and H. Scott Baldwin; Grand Rapids: Baker, 1995), 81–103.
- “Syntactical Background Studies to 1 Tim. 2.12 in the New Testament and Extrabiblical Greek Literature,” in Discourse Analysis and Other Topics in Biblical Greek (ed. Stanley E. Porter and D. A. Carson, JSNTSup 113; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995), 156–79.
- “The Contribution of the General Epistles and Revelation to a Biblical Theology of Religions,” in Christianity and the Religions: An Evangelical Theology of Religions, EMS Missiological Monographs 2 (ed. Edward Rommen and Harold A. Netland; Pasadena, Calif.: William Carey, 1995), 113–40.
- “Economics and Mission,” in Missiology and the Social Sciences: Contributions, Cautions and Conclusions, EMS Missiological Monographs 4 (ed. Edward Rommen and Gary Corwin; Pasadena, Calif.: William Carey, 1996), 102–17.
- “Preface: The Reception of Schlatter’s New Testament Theology 1909–23,” in Adolf Schlatter, The Theology of the Apostles (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1997), 9–22.
- “Translator’s Preface,” in Adolf Schlatter, The History of the Christ (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1997), 9–15.
- “Mission in the General Epistles,” in Mission in the New Testament: An Evangelical Approach (ed. William J. Larkin and Joel F. Williams; Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis, 1998), 189–206.
- “D. A. Carson,” in Bible Interpreters of the 20th Century: A Selection of Evangelical Voices (ed. Walter A. Elwell and J. D. Weaver; Grand Rapids: Baker, 1999), 423–33.
- “The Two Johannine Verbs for Sending: A Study of John’s Use of Words with Reference to General Linguistic Theory,” in Linguistics and the New Testament: Critical Junctures (ed. Stanley E. Porter and D. A. Carson; JSNTSup 168; Studies in New Testament Greek 5; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1999), 125–43.
- “Austria,” “Consumerism,” “Debt,” “Economics and Missions,” “Great Commandment,” “Sociological Barriers,” in The Evangelical Dictionary of World Missions (ed. A. Scott Moreau; Grand Rapids: Baker, 2000), 99–101, 224–25, 262–63, 297–99, 411–12, 889–90.
- “John,” “Mission,” “Nations” in New Dictionary of Biblical Theology (ed. Desmond Alexander and Brian Rosner; Leicester, U.K.: IVP, 2000), 280–85, 663–68, 676–78.
- “Vielfalt und Einheit des Neuen Testaments,” in Das Studium des Neuen Testaments. Band 2: Spezialprobleme (ed. Heinz-Werner Neudorfer and Eckhard J. Schnabel; Wuppertal: R. Brockhaus/Brunnen, 2000), 233–65.
- “Women in the Pauline Mission,” in The Gospel for the Nations: Perspectives on Paul’s Mission (ed. Peter G. Bolt and Mark D. Thompson; Leicester, U.K.: IVP, 2000), 221–47.
- “Diversity and Unity in the New Testament,” in Biblical Theology: Retrospect and Prospect (ed. Scott J. Hafemann; Downers Grove, Ill.: IVP, 2002), 200–23.
- “Marriage and Family in the New Testament,” in Marriage and Family in the Ancient World (ed. Ken Campbell; Downers Grove, Ill.: InterVarsity, 2003), 240–84.
- “Translating John’s Gospel: Opportunities and Challenges,” in The Challenge of Bible Translation. In Honor of Ronald Youngblood (ed. Glen G. Scorgie, Mark L. Strauss, and Steven Voth; Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2003), 347–64.
- “‘I Suppose’ (oimai): The Conclusion of John’s Gospel in its Contemporary Literary and Historical Context,” in The New Testament in Its First Century Setting: Essays on Context and Backgrounds in Honour of B. W. Winter on His 65th Birthday (ed. P. J. Williams, A. D. Clarke, P. M. Head, and D. Instone-Brewer; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2004), 72–88.
- “Introduction,” “‘What Is Truth?’ Pilate’s Question to Jesus in Its Johannine and Larger Biblical Context,” and “Epilogue,” in Whatever Happened to Truth? (gen. ed. Andreas J. Köstenberger; Wheaton: Crossway, 2005), 9–17, 19–51, 131–36.
- “Hearing the Old Testament in the New: A Response,” in Hearing the Old Testament in the New Testament (ed. Stanley E. Porter; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2006), 255–94.
- “The Use of Scripture in the Pastoral and General Epistles and the Book of Revelation,” in Hearing the Old Testament in the New Testament (ed. Stanley E. Porter; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2006), 230–54.
- “Baptism in the Gospels,” in Believer’s Baptism: Sign of the New Covenant in Christ (ed. Thomas R. Schreiner and Shawn D. Wright; Nashville: B & H, 2007), 15–37.
- “Head,” in The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Vol. 2: D–H (ed. Pheme Perkins et al.; Nashville: Abingdon, 2007), 754–55.
- “Response: Progress and Regress in Recent Johannine Scholarship: Reflections upon the Road Ahead,” in What We Have Heard from the Beginning: The Past, Present, and Future of Johannine Studies (ed. Tom Thatcher; Waco: Baylor University Press, 2007), 105–107.
- “Study Notes on the Gospel of John,” in Holman Christian Standard Bible Harmony of the Gospels (ed. Steven Cox and Kenneth Easley; Nashville: B & H, 2007).
- “Testament Relationships,” in Dictionary of Biblical Criticism and Interpretation (ed. Stanley E. Porter; N.Y.: Routledge, 2007), 350–52.
- “The Gospel for All Nations,” in Faith Comes by Hearing: A Response to Inclusivism (ed. Christopher W. Morgan and Robert A. Peterson; Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity, 2008), 201–19.
- “Is the Bible Today What Was Originally Written?” posted online at http://www.4truth.net/site/c.hiKXLbPNLrF/b.2903863/k.92CD/Is_the_Bible_Today_What_Was_Originally_Written.htm.
- “John,” in ESV Study Bible (ed. Wayne Grudem; Wheaton: Crossway, 2008).
- “Albert Schweitzer,” “Monogamy,” www.biblicalfoundations.org.
- “The Glory of God in John’s Gospel and Revelation,” in The Glory of God, Theology in Community, Vol. 2 (ed. Christopher W. Morgan and Robert A. Peterson; Wheaton: Crossway, 2010), 107–26.
- “Hermeneutical and Exegetical Challenges in Interpreting the Pastoral Epistles,” in Entrusted with the Gospel: Paul’s Theology in the Pastoral Epistles (ed. Andreas Köstenberger and Terry Wilder; NAC Monograph Series; Nashville: B&H, 2010), 1–27.
- “Is the Bible Today What Was Originally Written?” in Evidence for God: 50 Arguments for Faith from the Bible, History, Philosophy, and Science (ed. William A. Dembski and Michael R. Licona; Grand Rapids: Baker, 2010), 207–10.
- “John” and “Colossians,” in Holman Christian Standard Bible Study Bible (ed. Edwin Blum; Nashville: B&H Academic, 2010).
- “Twelve Theses on the Church’s Mission in the Twenty-First Century: In Interaction with Charles Van Engen, Keith Eitel, and Enoch Wan,” in MissionShift: Global Mission Issues in the Third Millennium (ed. David J. Hesselgrave and Ed Stetzer; B&H, 2010), 62–70.
- “Was the Last Supper a Passover Meal?,” in The Lord’s Supper: Remembering and Proclaiming Christ until He Comes (ed. Thomas R. Schreiner and Matthew R. Crawford; NAC Studies in Bible & Theology 10; Nashville: B&H Academic, 2010), 6–30.
- “The Deity of Christ in John’s Gospel” and “The Deity of Christ in John’s Letters and the Book of Revelation,” in The Deity of Christ, Theology in Community, Vol. 3 (ed. Robert Peterson and Chris Morgan; Wheaton: Crossway, 2011), 91–114, 151–68.
- “John’s Gospel and Jewish Monotheism,” in Jesus, Salvation and the Jewish People: The Uniqueness of Jesus and Jewish Evangelism (ed. David Parker; Carlisle, UK: Paternoster, 2011), 69–84.
- “Reading the Bible in Context,” in Read the Bible for Life: Your Guide to Understanding & Living God’s Word (ed. George H. Guthrie; Nashville: B & H, 2011), 33–48.
- “Church Government,” “Orthodoxy,” “St. John,” “St. Peter,” “Rudolf Bultmann,” “Adolf Schlatter,” “Bible Translations,” “Kingdom of God,” “Messiah,” “Christian Publishing,” “Titles of Christ,” “Celibacy,” “Discipleship,” “Matrimony,” “Tithe,” in The Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization, 4 vols. (ed. George Thomas Kurian; Blackwell, 2012).
- “John’s Transposition Theology: Retelling the Story of Jesus in a Different Key,” in Earliest Christian History: History, Literature, and Theology. Essays from the Tyndale Fellowship in Honour of Martin Hengel (ed. Michael F. Bird and Jason Maston; WUNT; Tübingen: Mohr/Siebeck, 2012).
- “The Mission of God in the Old Testament,” in The Mission of God Study Bible (ed. Ed Stetzer and Philip Nations; Nashville: B&H, 2012).
- “T. Zahn, A. von Harnack, and A. Schlatter,” in Pillars in the History of New Testament Interpretation: Old and New (ed. Stanley E. Porter; forthcoming).
- “Abide,” “New Birth,” “Testimony,” and “Wine,” in Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels (2d ed.; ed. Nicholas Perrin and Jeannine Brown; Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity, forthcoming).
- “The Church in the Gospels,” in The Church: Jesus’ Covenant Community (ed. Kendell Easley and Chris Morgan; Nashville: B&H Academic, forthcoming).
- “The Cosmic Trial Motif in John’s Letters,” in conference volume (ed. R. Alan Culpepper, forthcoming).
- “Heaven in the Johannine Writings,” in volume edited by Chris Morgan (in preparation).
- “The Genre of the Fourth Gospel and Greco-Roman Literary Conventions,” in The New Testament in Its Hellenistic Context, vol. 1: Christian Origins and Classical Culture: Social and Literary Contexts for the New Testament (ed. Stanley E. Porter and Andrew W. Pitts; Leiden: Brill, forthcoming).
- “Who Were the First Disciples of Jesus? An Assessment of the Historicity of the Johannine Call Narrative (John 1:35–51),” in John, Jesus, and History, Volume 3 (ed. Paul N. Anderson, Felix Just, and Tom Thatcher; Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, forthcoming).
- Andreas Köstenberger: “A Theology of Johns Gospel and Letters”
- Andreas Köstenberger – Interview
- Video: Köstenberger Discusses “The Heresy of Orthodoxy”
- RBL Scholar Series - Andreas Köstenberger - The Importance of Context
- RBL Scholar Series - Andreas Köstenberger - Various Aspects of Context
- RBL Scholar Series - Andreas Köstenberger - Reading from Our Current Context
- RBL Scholar Series - Andreas Köstenberger - Finding the Literary Context
- RBL Scholar Series - Andreas Köstenberger - The Cultural Context of Scripture
- RBL Scholar Series - Andreas Köstenberger - Finding the Theological Context
- RBL Scholar Series - Andreas Köstenberger - The Cultural Function of Weeping & Wailing
- RBL Scholar Series - Andreas Köstenberger - Making the Distinction in the Backdrop
- Köstenberger, Dossier.
- Köstenberger, Excellence, p. 20.
- Köstenberger, Excellence, p. 18-19.
- Köstenberger, Excellence, p. 22.
- Köstenberger, Excellence, p. 23.
- Köstenberger, Excellence, p. 23-24; Köstenberger, Dossier.
- "Biblical Foundations."
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- Köstenberger, Andreas J. (2011). Excellence: The Character of God and the Pursuit of Scholarly Virtue. Wheaton, IL: Crossway. pp. 18–24.
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- Twitter profile
- Interview with Andreas Köstenberger on 1 Timothy 2:12 by Justin Taylor, The Gospel Coalition
- Interview with Andreas Köstenberger on The Missions of Jesus and the Disciples by Kevin DeYoung, The Gospel Coalition
- Interview with Andreas Köstenberger on Excellence by Angie Cheatham, Crossway
- Interview with Andreas Köstenberger on the church, academy, and calling by Joshua L. Mann
- Köstenberger, Andreas J. and David W. Jones. God, Marriage, and Family: Rebuilding the Biblical Foundation. Wheaton, Illinois: Crossway Books, 2004. ISBN 1-58134-580-1 (preface)
- Köstenberger, Andreas J. and Michael J. Kruger , I. Howard Marshall The Heresy of Orthodoxy: How Contemporary Culture's Fascination with Diversity Has Reshaped Our Understanding of Early Christianity. Publisher: Crossway Books ISBN 1433501430, ISBN 978-1433501432
- Andreas J. Köstenberger Curriculum Vitae at the official website of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
- Andreas J. Köstenberger in the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary faculty directory .
- Biblical Foundations - Köstenberger's website and blog at the official domain.
- B&H Academic