Journal of Biblical Literature 132, no. 3

The upcoming issue of the Journal of Biblical Literature is set to include the following:

  • Mark F. Whitters, “Baruch as Ezra in 2 Baruch
  • Brian R. Doak, “Ezekiel’s Topography of the (Un-)Heroic Dead in Ezekiel 32:17–32”
  • Ruth Sheridan, “Issues in the Translation of оἱ ̓Iоυαῖоι in the Fourth Gospel”
  • Andrew T. Lincoln, “Luke and Jesus’ Conception: A Case of Double Paternity?”
  • Daniel Frayer-Griggs, “Spittle, Clay, and Creation in John 9:6 and Some Dead Sea Scrolls”
  • Timothy M. Willis, “The Curious Case of κυριε μоυ κυριε in 2 Kingdoms 7:18–29″
  • Greg Goswell, “The Eschatology of Malachi after Zechariah 14”
  • Bennie H. Reynolds, “The Expression המד דין in the Hebrew Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Legacy of the Holiness School in Essene Legal Texts”
  • T. C. Ham, “The Gentle Voice of God in Job 38”
  • Andrew R. Davis, “The Literary Effect of Gender Discord in the Book of Ruth”
  • Robert D. Holmstedt, “The Nexus between Textual Criticism and Linguistics: A Case Study from Leviticus”
  • Naphtali S. Meshel, “Toward a Grammar of Sacrifice: Hierarchic Patterns in the Israelite Sacrificial System”
  • David G. Horrell, Bradley Arnold, and Travis B. Williams, “Visuality, Vivid Description, and the Message of 1 Peter: The Significance of the Roaring Lion (1 Peter 5:8)”
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