Ed Noort, Ph.D. (1975), Göttingen, is Professor of Ancient Hebrew Literature at the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Groningen. He has published on Joshua, Archaeology of Palestine and Hermeneutics.
Eibert J.C. Tigchelaar, Ph.D. (1994), Groningen, is Research Fellow at the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Groningen. He has published on the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Both are members of the Groningen research group 'Jewish and Christian Traditions'.
Scholars, advanced students and other readers interested in the history of reception of biblical narratives from ancient to modern times.
Table of contents
For the Sake of Righteousness. Abraham’s Negotiations with YHWH as Prologue to the Sodom Narrative: Genesis 18:16-33, ED NOORT
Saul the Sodomite: Genesis 18-19 as the Opening Panel of a Polemic Triptych on King Saul, RAYMOND DE HOOP
Lot versus Abraham. The Interpretation of Genesis 18:1–19:38 in Jubilees
Sodom and Gomorrah in the Dead Sea Scrolls, EIBERT TIGCHELAAR
Sodom, Egypt, and the Two Witnesses of Revelation 11:8, BERT JAN LIETAERT-PEERBOLTE
Sodom and Gomorrah in the Targumim, FLORENTINO GARCÍA MARTÍNEZ
Lūṭ and His People in the Koran and Its Early Commentaries, FRED LEEMHUIS
The Punishment of the Dead Sea: Martyrdom of Pionius 4.20 and its Precedents in Ben Sira and Africanus, TON HILHORST
Don’t Look Back: From the Wife of Lot to Orpheus and Eurydice, JAN BREMMER
Sodomites, Gays and Biblical Scholars. A Gathering Organized by Peter Damian?, PATRICK VANDERMEERSCH
Homosexuality in Proust’s Sodome et Gomorrhe I, ELS JONGENEEL
Bibliography of Genesis 18-19 and Judges Since 1990, ANNEMIEKE TER BRUGGE
References to Ancient Texts