Journal of Biblical Literature 130.4

The latest issue of the Journal of Biblical Literature includes:

  • Esther J. Hamori, “Echoes of Gilgamesh in the Jacob Story”
  • Joel S. Baden and Candida R. Moss, “The Origin and Interpretation of ṣāra’at in Leviticus 13–14″
  • Scott C. Jones, “Lions, Serpents, and Lion-Serpents in Job 28:8 and Beyond”
  • Noam Mizrahi, “The History and Linguistic Background of Two Hebrew Titles for the High Priest”
  • Jeramy Townsley, “Paul, the Goddess Religions, and Queer Sects: Romans 1:23–28”
  • Jeffrey R. Asher, “An Unworthy Foe: Heroic “Eθη, Trickery, and an Insult in Ephesians 6:11”
  • Joseph A. Marchal, “The Usefulness of an Onesimus: The Sexual Use of Slaves and Paul’s Letter to Philemon”
  • Eyal Regev, “Were the Early Christians Sectarians?”
  • Stephen J. Patterson, “Apocalypticism or Prophecy and the Problem of Polyvalence: Lessons from the Gospel of Thomas”

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