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Edited by David E. Aune, Torrey Seland and Jarl Henning Ulrichsen
Christopher R. Matthews
This fresh approach to the texts that coalesced around the name Philip in the New Testament and other early Christian literature finds the impetus for their formation and preservation in the apostolic identity of this historical/literary figure.
Edited by Shalom M. Paul, Robert A. Kraft, Lawrence H. Schiffman and Weston W. Fields with the assistance of Eva Ben-David
This volume honors the lifetime of scholarly contribution and leadership of Professor Emanuel Tov. Colleagues from all over the world have contributed significant studies in the Hebrew Bible, its Greek translations, and the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Edited by Rolf Rendtorff and Robert A. Kugler, with the assistance of Sarah Smith Bartel
This collection of essays examines Leviticus in its compositional and literary context, issues of cult and sacrifice in Leviticus, Leviticus on the priesthood, and Leviticus in translation and interpretation. The volume will serve biblical studies well long into the future.
Edited by A. Lemaire
This publication of the main lectures of the eighteenth Congress of the International Organization for the Study of the Old Testament (Basel, 2001) presents a state of the art of the current exegesis of the Hebrew Bible.
This work presents a detailed analysis of Haggai in its socio-political context. Special attention is paid to the text’s distinctive perspectives regarding Persian rule, inclusion in the community, the ongoing relevance of prophecy, and the use of religious traditions.
The book begins with a critical evaluation of the various scholarly assessments of the historical setting and development of the Pentateuchal murmuring theme and the Priestly School's contribution thereto. It goes on to analyze four major priestly texts: the manna story (Exodus 16); the story of ...
W. Boyd Barrick
This book presents new examinations of the reports of Josiah’s reform in 2 Kgs. 23:4-20 + 24 and 2 Chron. 34:3-7 and related biblical passages (especially 1 Kgs. 12:33-13:32), concentrating on the likely compositional history of this material and its usefulness as a source for reconstructing the ...
The critical editions and English translations of five homilies by Proclus of Constantinople (390-446) provide the centerpiece for this richly documented study of the rise of the Virgin's cult in Late Antiquity.
This interdisciplinary study on Early Christian rituals in connection with death and burial thoroughly analyses the surviving pagan and Christian literary and non-literary sources. Thus, complex anthropological processes are being discovered which led to the forming of Christian rituals.
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