New: Journal of the Jesus Movement in Its Jewish Setting

via Raul Martin Cruz-Mireles in the Text and Traditions in the Second Century Facebook Group:

Yesterday, thanks to the joint efforts of Torleif Elgvin (NLA University College, Oslo), Paula Fredriksen (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Anders Runesson (McMaster University) and Alexei Sivertsev (DePaul University) the first issue of the “Journal of the Jesus Movement in Its Jewish Setting” was published. The electronic papers are free and the Editorial Board is a promise of high quality: http://www.jjmjs.org/

Eisenbrauns is the publisher. The journal will be "free of charge with complete open access" online and there will be a print version. The initial listing of articles appears promising: JJMJS.