Journal of Biblical Literature 132, no. 2

The Journal of Biblical Literature 132, no. 2 includes:

  • C. L. Seow, “An Exquisitely Poetic Introduction to the Psalter”
  • Mark Leuchter, “Genesis 38 in Social and Historical Perspective”
  • Brian C. Dennert, “Hanukkah and the Testimony of Jesus’ Works (John 10:22–39)”
  • Joshua Berman, “Histories Twice Told: Deuteronomy 1–3 and the Hittite Treaty Prologue Tradition”
  • Jeremy Schipper, “Interpreting the Lamb Imagery in Isaiah 53”
  • Alicia D. Myers, “‘Jesus Said to Them…’: The Adaptation of Juridical Rhetoric in John 5:19-47”
  • Alexander E. Stewart, “Narrative World, Rhetorical Logic, and the Voice of the Author in 4 Ezra
  • Matthew Thiessen, “Revisiting the πρoσηλυτoς in ‘the LXX'”
  • Thomas R. Blanton, “Saved by Obedience: Matthew 1:21 in Light of Jesus’ Teaching on the Torah”
  • Yitzhaq Feder, “The Aniconic Tradition, Deuteronomy 4, and the Politics of Israelite Identity”
  • Eric D. Reymond, “The Meanings of ‘Life’ in the Hebrew of Ben Sira”
  • Michael Bartos; Bernard M. Levinson, “‘This Is the Manner of the Remission’: Implicit Legal Exegesis in 11QMelchizedek as a Response to the Formation of the Torah”
  • Amy Erickson, “‘Without My Flesh I Will See God’: Job’s Rhetoric of the Body”
  • Troy W. Martin, “Περβoλαιoν as ‘Testicle’ in 1 Corinthians 11:15: A Response to Mark Goodacre”
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