Prof. Francis Watson at Aberdeen University has produced several notable studies, especially on Paul and hermeneutics. I really enjoyed his article entitled “Not the New Perspective” where Watson does an about turn on his view of the NPP. On his web page at Aberdeen Uni he has several unpublished papers available on-line including:
The resurrection and the identity of Jesus
Christ and Reality in Ephesians
Jesus of History Christ of Faith
Constructing a Hermeneutic: A Rereading of Romans 1-4
Scripture in Pauline Theology Theological exegesis of Genesis 18-19
In particular I recommend the article on the “Jesus of History, Christ of Faith” to all HJ researchers. The question of continuity between the historical Jesus and the representation of Jesus as he appears in the Gospels is something that I have been labouring over for some time. In sum, Watson contends that, “the theologically significant Jesus (the Christ of faith) is the Jesus whose reception by his first followers is definitively articulated in the fourfold gospel narrative.” I wish I had read this article two months ago – it would have come in handy.