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Morton Smith. Edited by Shaye J.D. Cohen
These two volumes collect some of the most influential and important scholarly essays by the late Morton Smith (1915-1991), for many years Professor of Ancient History at Columbia University in New York City.
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.
Paul Allan Smith
This study develops a whole series of new proposals concerning the structure, growth, authorship, and historical background of Isaiah 56-66 by using insights drawn from rhetorical and stylistic criticism.
Mark S. Smith
This volume provides a lengthy introduction and detailed translation and commentary for the first two tablets of the Baal Cycle, which witnesses to both the religious worldview of Ugarit and many of the formative religious concepts and images in the Bible.
Edited by Donald W. Parry and Stephen D. Ricks
The topics covered in this volume of conference papers range from scribal markings to the messiah texts, multiple literary editions of biblical texts, the book of Numbers, the Tetragrammaton, judgment and salvation, and the Barki Nafshi texts. Technological advances in a DSS Database and DNA ...
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