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Edited by Eugene Ulrich, University of Notre Dame
This single volume collects all the Hebrew biblical manuscripts from Qumran—a transcription of each fragment in biblical order plus its textual variants. These manuscripts are the most authentic witnesses to the Scriptures at the birth of Christianity and Rabbinic Judaism.
E. Earle Ellis
Primary motifs in the New Testament, the person of Jesus and the future kingdom of God, resurrection and hell, are examined within their historical and hermeneutical context. New interpretations are offered in the light of contemporary scholarly discussion and debate.
This book explores the usefulness of the concept of Wirkungsgeschichte for New Testament interpretation by analysing Mt 14:22-33 in the light of six works of art and a selection of nineteenth century theological texts.
This study argues that the book of Ezekiel was designed to shape the self-understanding of the exilic community. It explores historical context, overall literary arrangement, individual rhetorical techniques, and the effect of the book on its first readership. This publication has also been ...
Jan P. Fokkelman
Fokkelman presents the Hebrew and the English text of Job in its original contours and proportions (412 strophes, 165 stanzas), weighs the poet’s precision (who counted his syllables on all text levels) and redraws the portrait of the hero: integrity vindicated.
This monograph discusses "Nefesh" as a term in the ancient semitic cultures of burial, especially Judaism. It secondly deals with the pyramid as a distinct feature of burial sites in Ancient Israel and links its use to the hope for postmortal existence.
A Dictionary of Samaritan Aramaic is the first complete presentation of the lexicon embodied in the Aramaic extant texts of the Samaratians (4th-11th centuries C.E.). A reliable guide to the Samaritan writings (among which the Pentateuch). Of interest not only to students of Aramaic Jewish and ...
Wout Jac. van Bekkum
This text edition of liturgical poems of the synagogue poet Yehudah provides a unique corpus of Hebrew compositions based on manuscript fragments from the Genizah collection. Yehudah's poetry reflects the importance of Hebrew poetry from the liturgy of the synagogue in early Palestinian Judaism. ...
Gerrit Bos and Julia Zwink
Combining the edition of a Hebrew lapidary, written around 1300 in Normandy, with a source study and a linguistic analysis of the Anglo-Norman terms featuring within the Hebrew text, this volume illustrates the prolific scientific interchange between Orient and Occident.
This study develops Hurshovski's integrational semantics as a conceptual framework for exploring dimensions of representation in ancient Hebrew narratives. A suggestive reading, as well as a hypothetical representeme for Judges, challenges the use of modernist logic in reading these narratives.
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