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Edited by Christian-B. Amphoux & J. Keith Elliott with Bernard Outtier
Fifteen essays discuss aspects of the textual history of the Greek, Coptic, Georgian and Armenian Psalter and Gospels. La comparaison des versions anciennes de la Bible, ici des Psaumes et des évangiles, met en évidence la richesse et la variété de la tradition manuscrite. Voici un éventail de ...
Edited by Philippe Hugo and Adrian Schenker
Considering the literary dimension of the earliest text history of Samuel, this volume asks the question if the comparative analysis of the textual witnesses permit proving the existence of distinct literary editions and identifying the ideological motives that governed the possible modification ...
by Stéphanie Anthonioz
This book investigates a corpus of royal inscriptions and literary texts stretching over several millennia from the early days of Sumer to the Biblical period, in order to determine the ways in which the concept of water was used.
The book offers a syntactic and narrative analysis of the divine character’s appearances in the Pentateuch–his speeches and their interpretations, his actions, perceptions, and emotions–in order to reveal the stance of the text towards its representations of divinity.
Finding happiness in this world and accepting life as it unfolds, by the grace of God, might be the only lesson which is worth transmitting to future generations. Doing this, Qoheleth is doing his job as a sage.
Study of the various types of sacrifices, their material and ritual in the different sacrificial systems, and the social function of the sacrificial cult, with a sketch of its evolution towards spiritualisation and sacramentalisation.
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.
Edited by A. Lemaire and M. Sæbø
Edited by Florentino García Martínez, Annette Steudel and Eibert Tigchelaar
This volume honouring Émile Puech contains nineteen essays on the Dead Sea Scrolls, including three important ones on 4QMMT and two on resurrection and afterlife.
This work is the first, since 1848, to be entirely devoted to the study of the cereal offerings. It demonstrates their specific function and sheds a new light on the background of the Christian Last Supper.
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