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Edited by Jacob Neusner
In two volumes, leading American, Israeli, and European specialists in the history, literature, theology, and archaeology of Judaism offer factual answers to the two questions that study of any religion in ancient times must raise. The first is, what are the sources — written and in material ...
Edited by Joseph Verheyden, Catholic University of Leuven
This volume contains the proceedings of an international conference on Solomon that was held at the University of Leuven in 2009 and discussed various aspects of this multifaced character as he appears in Jewish, early Christian, and Islamic tradition.
This study tries to throw new light on both Philo of Alexandria and the scenarios involved in the violent death of Stephen and the attacks against Paul in Jerusalem as recorded in the Lukan Acts of the Apostles.
Edited by P.J. Hartin and J.H. Petzer
Text and Interpretation offers a concise insight into the many new approaches adopted in more recent New Testament interpretation. Written mainly by South African New Testament scholars, this work provides a guide to the theory and the practice of these new approaches and renders them more ...
John Paul Heil
The Rhetorical Role of Scripture in 1 Corinthians, an exegetical analysis of all the explicit quotations and references to the Old Testament in Paul’s First Letter to the Corinthians, examines the various authoritative roles that not only scriptural quotations but also other explicit references ...
Terry C. Falla
Designed for the study of the Peshitta Gospel text as both a translation and literary work, the Key provides a complete analytical concordance, English translation of each word cited, Syriac words of similar meaning, the corresponding Greek term for each Syriac term, English index, Syriac index, ...
Edited by Duane F. Watson
These essays examine the intertexture of apocalyptic discourse in the New Testament: what the discourse represents, refers to, and uses of outside phenomena. Intertexture includes references in the Hebrew Bible, intertestamental and Greco-Roman texts, and social and cultural ...
Andrew H. Wakefield
This book examines the function of Paul’s citations of scripture in his argument against the law in Galatians 3:1–14. Drawing on selected insights of intertextuality while helping to clarify its assumptions and implications as a method of biblical study, Wakefield examines the “anonymous ...
This volume consists of eight chapters dealing with a selected topic in New Testament biblical interpretation, its inherited elements and its relevance for better understanding of wider Jewish exegetical trends.
Edited by Marcel Poorthuis and Joshua Schwartz
This volume deals with the various ways in which Jews and Christians define their religious identity, people or community, as being holy. This is done throughout history to the present time and in an interdisciplinary perspective.
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