Τρίτη, 2 Ιουνίου 2015

Τα δύο τελευταία τεύχη του JSOT / The two recent issues of the JSOT

Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 39:4 (2015)
  • Matthew McAffee, "The Good Word: Its Non-Covenant and Covenant Significance in the Old Testament," 377-404 (abstract)
  • Rachelle Gilmour, "The Function of Place Naming in 2 Samuel 5–6: A Study in Collective Memory," 405-431 (abstract)
  • Tchavdar S. Hadjiev, "Elijah's Alleged Megalomania: Reading Strategies for Composite Texts, with 1 Kings 19 as an Example," 433-449 (abstract)
  • Ryan Cook, "Prayers That Form Us: Rhetoric and Psalms Interpretation," 451-467 (abstract)
  • Tova Ganzel, "Isaiah's Critique of Shebna's Trespass: A Reconsideration of Isaiah 22.15–25," 469-487 (abstract)
  • Seung Ho Bang, "For Whom the Plowshares and Pruning Hooks Toil: A Tradition-Historical Reading of Joel 4.10," 489-512 (abstract)
Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 39:5 (2015)
Book Lists 2015

  • "General (including Introductions and Collections of Essays)," 1-33
  • "Archaeology and Epigraphy," 34-42
  • "History, Geography and Sociology," 43-49
  • "Texts and Versions," 50-56
  • "Studies on Specific Books," 57-102
  • "Literary Studies and History of Interpretation," 103-117
  • "Law, Religion and Theology," 118-132
  • "The Life and Thought of the Surrounding Peoples," 133-153
  • "Apocrypha and Postbiblical Studies," 154-182
  • "The Dead Sea Scrolls," 183-190
  • "Philology and Grammar," 191-197

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