Journal of Biblical Literature 131, no. 3

The latest issue of the Journal of Biblical Literature includes:

  • Serge Frolov, “Judah Comes to Shiloh: Genesis 49:10bα, One More Time”
  • Philip Y. Yoo, “The Four Moses Death Accounts”
  • Brian P. Irwin, “Not Just Any King: Abimelech, the Northern Monarchy, and the Final Form of Judges”
  • Benjamin J. M. Johnson, “The Heart of YHWH’s Chosen One in 1 Samuel”
  • Martien A. Halvorson-Taylor, “Secrets and Lies: Secrecy Notices (Esther 2:10, 20) and Diasporic Identity in the Book of Esther”
  • Ryan M. Armstrong, “Psalms Dwelling Together in Unity: The Placement of Psalms 133 and 134 in Two Different Psalms Collections”
  • Ryan P. Bonfiglio, “Archer Imagery in Zechariah 9:11-17 in Light of Achaemenid Iconography”
  • Robert K. McIver, “Eyewitnesses as Guarantors of the Accuracy of the Gospel Traditions in the Light of Psychological Research”
  • Joshua W. Jipp, “Paul’s Areopagus Speech of Acts 17:16-34 as Both Critique and Propaganda”
  • John K. Goodrich, “Voluntary Debt Remission and the Parable of the Unjust Steward (Luke 16:1-13)”
  • Curtis Hutt, “‘Be Ye Approved Money Changers!’: Reexamining the Social Contexts of the Saying and Its Interpretation”

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