Journal of Biblical Literature 132, no. 1

The latest issue of the Journal of Biblical Literature includes:

  • John Dominic Crossan, “A Vision of Divine Justice: The Resurrection of Jesus in Eastern Christian Iconography”
  • Jill Hicks-Keeton, “Already/Not Yet: Eschatological Tension in the Book of Tobit”
  • Shane Berg, “Ben Sira, the Genesis Creation Accounts, and the Knowledge of God’s Will”
  • Seth Bledsoe, “Can Ahiqar Tell Us Anything about Personified Wisdom?”
  • Richard Steiner, “Four Inner-Biblical Interpretations of Genesis 49:10: On the Lexical and Syntactic Ambiguities of עַד as Reflected in the Prophecies of Nathan, Ahijah, Ezekiel, and Zechariah”
  • Richard Hicks, “Markan Discipleship according to Malachi: The Significance of μὴ ἀποστερήσῃς in the Story of the Rich Man (Mark 10:17-22)”
  • David Moffitt and Jacob Butera, “P. Duk. inv. 727r: New Evidence for the Meaning and Provenance of the Word Προσήλυτος”
  • Ronald Troxel, “The Problem of Time in Joel”
  • Jonathan Stökl, “The מתנבאות in Ezekiel 13 Reconsidered”

Journal of Biblical Literature 131, no. 4

The latest issue of the Journal of Biblical Literature includes:

  • Jonathan Kaplan, “1 Samuel 8:11-18 as ‘A Mirror for Princes'”
  • Nizzim Amzallag and Mikhal Avriel, “The Cryptic Meaning of the Isaiah 14 Māšāl
  • Mark Hamilton, “Isaiah 32 as Literature and Political Meditation”
  • Mark Awabdy, “Yhwh Exegetes Torah: How Ezekiel 44:7–9 Bars Foreigners from the Sanctuary”
  • Christian Stadel, “A Septuagint Translation Tradition and the Samaritan Targum to Genesis 41:43″
  • John Meier, “The Parable of the Wheat and the Weeds (Matthew 13:24–30): Is Thomas‘s Version (Logion 57) Independent?”
  • Andrew Simmonds, “Mark’s and Matthew’s Sub Rosa Message in the Scene of Pilate and the Crowd”
  • Matthew Rindge, “Reconfiguring the Akedah and Recasting God: Lament and Divine Abandonment in Mark”
  • Benjamin Lappenga, “Misdirected Emulation and Paradoxical Zeal: Paul’s Redefinition of ‘The Good’ as Object of ζῆλος in Galatians 4:12–20”
  • Callie Callon, “Secondary Characters Furthering Characterization: The Depiction of Slaves in the Acts of Peter

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”

Journal of Biblical Literature 131, no. 2

The Journal of Biblical Literature 131, no. 2 includes:

  • Morten H. Jensen, “Climate, Droughts, Wars, and Famines in Galilee as a Background for Understanding the Historical Jesus”
  • James M. Trotter, “Death of the אלהים in Psalm 82”
  • Molly M. Zahn, “Genre and Rewritten Scripture: A Reassessment”
  • Michael M. Winter, “Interlopers Reunited: The Early Translators of Ben Sira”
  • Joel Marcus, “Israel and the Church in the Exegetical Writings of Hippolytus”
  • Dustin W. Ellington, “Not Applicable to Believers? The Aims and Basis of Paul’s ‘I’ in 2 Corinthians 10–13”
  • Kyle Harper, “Porneia: The Making of a Christian Sexual Norm”
  • Konrad Schmid, “The Canon and the Cult: The Emergence of Book Religion in Ancient Israel and the Gradual Sublimation of the Temple Cult”
  • David Janzen, “The Condemnation of David’s ‘Taking’ in 2 Samuel 12:1–14”
  • Victor Rhee, “The Role of Chiasm for Understanding Christology in Hebrews 1:1–14”
  • Arie Shifman, “‘A Scent’ of the Spirit: Exegesis of an Enigmatic Verse (Isaiah 11:3)”

Journal of Biblical Literature 131.1

The latest issue of the Journal of Biblical Literature includes:

  • Carol Newsom, “Models of the Moral Self: Hebrew Bible and Second Temple Judaism”
  • Jonathann Vroom, “Recasting Mišpātîm: Legal Innovation in Leviticus 24:10-23”
  • Suzanne Boorer, “The Place of Numbers 13–14 and Numbers 20:2–12 in the Priestly Narrative (Pg)”
  • Israel Finkelstein, “The Historical Reality behind the Genealogical Lists in 1 Chronicles”
  • Francis Landy, “I and Eye in Isaiah, or Gazing at the Invisible”
  • Jacob Wright and Michael Chan, “King and Eunuch: Isaiah 56:1-8 in Light of Honorific Royal Burial Practices”
  • Alec Lucas, “Reorienting the Structural Paradigm and Social Significance of Romans 1:18–32”
  • David Downs, “Faith(fulness) in Christ Jesus in 2 Timothy 3:15”
  • Jason Whitlark, ” ‘Here We Do Not Have a City That Remains’: A Figured Critique of Roman Imperial Propaganda in Hebrews 13:14″
  • Matthias Henze, “4 Ezra and 2 Baruch: Literary Composition and Oral Performance in First-Century Apocalyptic Literature”

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”