T&T Clark Handbook of Children in the Bible and the Biblical World
Editors: Sharon Betsworth and Julie Faith Parker
Contributing Author : A. James Murphy
A. James Murpy is a contributing author, "The Lost Boys' (and Girls) of Q's' Neverland, " (pp - 291-310).
"This ground-breaking volume examines the presentation and role of children in the ancient world, and specifically in ancient Jewish and Christian texts. With carefully commissioned chapters that follow chronological and canonical progression, a sequential reading of this book enables deeper appreciation of how understandings of children change over time.
Divided into four sections, this handbook first offers an overview of key methodological approaches employed in the study of children in the biblical world, and the texts at hand. Three further sections examine crucial texts in which children or discussions of childhood are featured; presented along chronological lines, with sections on the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible, the Intertestamental Literature, and the New Testament and Early Christian Apocrypha. Relevant not only to biblical studies but also cross-disciplinary scholars interested in children in antiquity."
Murphy, A. James; Betsworth, Sharon; and Parker, Julie Faith, "T&T Clark Handbook of Children in the Bible and the Biblical World" (2019). School of American and Global Studies Faculty Books with a Focus on Modern Languages and Global Studies. 21.