Σάββατο, 19 Ιουνίου 2021

Στο τρέχον τεύχος του JSOT / In the current issue of JSOT

 Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 45/4 (2021)

  • Paba Nidhani De Andrado, "The Resilience of the Captive Girl Child in 2 Kings 5," 461-475 (abstract)
  • Jonathan Grossman, Eliezer Hadad, "The Ram of Ordination and Qualifying the Priests to Eat Sacrifices," 476-492 (abstract)
  • Mark Preston Stone, "(More) On the Precative Qatal in Lamentations 3.56-61: Updating the Argument," 493-514 (abstract)
  • E. Allen Jones, III, "Who is the holy seed?: Purity and identity in the Restoration Community," 515-534 (abstract)
  • Thomas Kazen, "Law and Emotion in Moral Repair: Circumscribing Infringement," 535-560 (abstract)
  • Samuel Hildebrandt, "Are God’s ‘Good Plans’ not Good Enough? The Place and Significance of Jer 29.15 in Jeremiah’s Letter to the Exiles," 561-575 (abstract)
  • L. Juliana Claassens, "Surfing with Jonah: Reading Jonah as a Postcolonial Trauma Narrative," 576-587 (abstract)
  • Nissim Amzallag, "Psalm 120 and the question of authorship of the songs of Ascents," 588-604 (abstract)

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