Δευτέρα, 6 Ιουνίου 2016

Το τρέχον τεύχος του JBL / The current issue of JBL

Journal of Biblical Literature 135:2 (2016)

  • Joshua Berman, "Supersessionist or Complementary? Reassessing the Nature of Legal Revision in the Pentateuchal Law Collections," 201-222 (abstract)
  • Jonathan Burnside, "At Wisdom's Table: How Narrative Shapes the Biblical Food Laws and Their Social Function," 223-245 (abstract)
  • Amy Kalmanofsky, "Israel's Open Sore in the Book of Jeremiah," 247-263  (abstract)
  • Seoung-Yun Shin, "A Diachronic Study of the Language of Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi," 265-281 (abstract)
  • Gregory Goswell, "Jonah among the Twelve Prophets," 283-299 (abstract)
  • Dennis Mizzi and Jodi Magness, "Was Qumran Abandoned at the End of the First Century BCE?," 301-320 (abstract)
  • Matthew W. Mitchell`, "The Yoke Is Easy, but What of Its Meaning? A Methodological Reflection Masquerading as a Philological Discussion of Matthew 11:30," 321-340 (abstract)
  • Matthew D. Jensen, "John Is No Exception: Identifying the Subject of εἰμί and Its Implications, 341-353 (abstract)
  • Benjamin D. Gordon, "On the Sanctity of Mixtures and Branches: Two Halakic Sayings in Romans 11:16–24," 355-368 (abstract)
  • Heidi Wendt, "Galatians 3:1 as an Allusion to Textual Prophecy," 369-389 (abstract)
  • Mark Letteney, "Toward a New Scribal Tendency: Reciprocal Corruptions and the Text of 1 Corinthians 8:2–3," 391-404 (abstract)
  • Brent Nongbri, "Reconsidering the Place of Papyrus Bodmer XIV–XV (𝔓75) in the Textual Criticism of the New Testament," 405-437 (abstract)

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