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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.
Robert H. O'Connell
This volume describes how Judges' rhetorical devices (e.g., narrative analogy, entrapment, foreshadowing) inspire its readers to support a divinely appointed Judahite king who endorses the deuteronomic agenda, and illustrates a new method for understanding how plot-layered stories work.
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.
Edited by J. A. Emerton
The articles collected in this volume cover a wide range of subject concerned with the Old Testament. They were originally read at a Congress in Paris of the International Organization for the Study of the Old Testament in July 1992.
This is a successor volume to A Classified Bibliography of the Septuagint (Brill, Leiden, 1973), by S.P. Brock, C.T. Fritsch and S. Jellicoe. It includes books and articles published on the Septuagint between 1970 and 1993.
Willem F. Smelik
This volume discusses the provenance, and character of the Targum of Judges. It provides a thorough examination of new materials, of the relationship between the Targum and the ancient translations, and of the contents of the Targum from the viewpoint of consistency.
Eibert J.C. Tigchelaar
This books presents many new insights in the biblical Book of Zechariah and the Book of Watchers (1 Enoch 1-36). Moreover, it highlights some aspects of early Jewish apocalyptic which were previously less acknowledged.
Johannes C. de Moor
A volume of papers read at the Ninth Joint Meeting of the Dutch and British societies for Old Testament study (Kampen, August 1994) on one of the major methodological issues confronting modern O.T. scholarship. Indices of texts and subjects are included.
This study reexamines the regnal formulae and the text on King Josiah's reform. In it, E. Eynikel offers an original contribution to the debate on the origin of the deuteronomistic history.
Pieter van der Lugt
This work provides a fresh approach to the overall framework of the poems we find in Job 3-42,6, and offers a new theory on the demarcation and meaning of the three speech-cycles which give structure to this composition.
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