- Lochlan Shelfer, "The Legal Precision of the Term 'παράκλητος'" (131–150).
- Rafael Rodríguez, "Reading and Hearing in Ancient Contexts" (151–178).
- John C. Poirier, "The Synoptic Problem and the Field of New Testament Introduction" (179–190).
- Alan J. P. Garrow, "The Eschatological Tradition behind 1 Thessalonians: Didache 16" (191–215).
- Joshua Jipp, "Rereading the Story of Abraham, Isaac, and 'Us' in Romans 4" (217–242).
All five essays look promising. I have half an essay on a topic related to Poirier's topic idling on my hard drive and waiting for my renewed attention. And given my current reading among the Apostolic Fathers as part of a revision of my History of New Testament Interpretation course, Garrow's essay piques another of my interests. I am also developing a graduate-level course on Romans (see Jipp's essay) and continuing to refine/develop my freshman-level Gospel Narratives course (see Shelfer's essay).
I'll try to add links to the articles when JSNT updates their website.