De Vita Contemplativa, David Hay, W. Sibley Towner; David M. Hay: A Bibliography of His Publications 1965–2000; The Philo Institute, Studia Philonica and their Diadochoi, Earle Hilgert; A History of the Philo of Alexandria Program Units in the Society of Biblical Literature, Gregory E. Sterling; Philo on the Greeks: A Jewish Perspective on Culture and Society in First-Century Alexandria, Ellen Birnbaum; Philo’s Division of His Works into Books, James R. Royse; Application of and Commitment to the Laws of Moses. Observations on Philo’s Treatise On the Embassy to Gaius, Peder Borgen; Philo’s Reading of the Psalms, David T. Runia; Philo’s Ambivalence towards Statues, Karl-Gustav Sandelin; Philo of Alexandria and Ibn al-‘Arabi, David Winston; The Jewish Context of Rom 5:12–14, Thomas H. Tobin, S.J.; Die angebliche Enthusiastische oder spiritualistische Front in 1 Kor 15, Dieter Zeller; Ontology versus Eschatology: Tensions between Author and Community, Gregory E. Sterling; Thecla the Beast Fighter: A Female Emblem of Deliverance in Early Christian Popular Art, Annewies van den Hoek and John J. Herrman, Jr.; Philo of Alexandria: an Annotated Bibliography 1998, D. T. Runia, A. C. Geljon, H. M. Keizer, J. P. Martín, R. Radice, J. Riaud, T. Seland, D. Satran, D. Zeller; Supplement: Provisional Bibliography 1999–2001; News and Notes.
David T. Runia is Professor of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy at Leiden University. Gregory E. Sterling is Associate Dean of the Faculty, College of Arts and Letters, and Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins in the Department of Theology at the University of Notre Dame.