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Bruce Chilton, general editor; Darrell L. Bock, associate editor
Edited by Johann Cook, University of Stellenbosch and Hermann-Josef Stipp, University of Munich
Scholars from Germany, the Netherlands, Ireland, Belgium, France, Canada, the USA and South Africa, delivered papers at a congress that took place from 31st of August – 2nd of September 2011 in Stellenbosch. Aspects dealt with are history, translation technique, textual criticism, reception of ...
Edited by Aren M. Maeir, Jodi Magness and Lawrence H. Schiffman
The volume contains the 22 papers presented to Hanan Eshel before his death, covering topics in archaeology, history, and textual studies, with a particular emphasis on aspects relating to the Dead Sea Scrolls, spanning the late Iron Age through late Antiquity.
David M. Moffitt
Hebrews appears to have little interest in Jesus’ resurrection. Drawing on contemporary studies of Jewish sacrifice, Jewish apocalyptic literature, and fresh exegetical insights, this volume argues that Jesus’ resurrection forms the conceptual center of Hebrews’ Christological and soteriological ...
By Kent Aaron Reynolds
This book contributes a fresh and coherent understanding of the ideas in Psalm 119, specifically by explaining the function of its length and highlighting its emphasis on Torah study that became axiomatic in Rabbinic Judaism.
Edited by Patrick Gray and Gail R. O’Day
This volume contains twenty-two essays in honor of Carl R. Holladay, whose work on the interaction between early Christianity and Hellenistic Judaism has had a considerable impact on the study of the New Testament.
By Susan Zeelander
Multiple and sometimes unexpected forms of closure in biblical narratives bring their stories to satisfactory close. Knowledge of these conventions and how they affect their stories is valuable to students of Bible and of narrative.
Edited by George J. Brooke, University of Manchester, Daniel K. Falk, University of Oregon, Eibert J. C. Tigchelaar, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, and Molly M. Zahn, University of Kansas
What do the Dead Sea Scrolls tell us about the forms, transmission, canonization, and interpretation of authoritative scriptures.
Joel Stevens Allen
This work examines how Jews defended themselves against anti-Jewish slander concerning the biblical despoliation of Egypt. The embarrassment of the episode was later 'healed' through allegory and became a critically important biblical justification for the Christian appropriation of the ...
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