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978-1-4632-0391-7An East Syrian Manuscript of the Syriac 'Masora' Dated to 899 CE
Volume 2: Prepared by Jonathan Loopstra

This unique manuscript of the East Syrian Syriac ‘Masora’ is essential for any study of early Syriac vocalization, accentuation, and punctuation. In Volume 1, Gorgias Press has published a facsimile reproduction of this unique ‘masoretic’ manuscript. This volume (Volume 2) includes an introduction and comprehensive lists of all scriptural sample texts and marginal notes in this compilation. More...
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978-1-4632-0423-5Samuel 1 & 2 According to the Syriac Peshitta Version with English Translation
Samuel: English Translation by Donald M. Walter & Gillian Greenberg; Text Prepared by George Anton Kiraz
(Surath Kthob )

This volume is part of a series of English translations of the Syriac Peshitta along with the Syriac text carried out by an international team of scholars. More...
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978-1-4632-0419-8Soteriology as Motivation in the Apocalypse of John
By Alexander E. Stewart
(Gorgias Biblical Studies 61)

This monograph employs Toulmin’s model of argumentation analysis to examine how the Apocalypse of John motivates its hearers to respond to John’s prophetic apocalyptic exhortation. John’s visions of salvation and judgment provide the positive and negative grounds for motivational argumentation. More...
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978-1-61143-932-8The Book of Acts According to the Syriac Peshitta Version with English Translation
Acts: English Translation by Robert A. Kitchen; Text Prepared by George Anton Kiraz
(Surath Kthob )

This volume is part of a series of English translations of the Syriac Peshitta along with the Syriac text carried out by an international team of scholars. More...
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978-1-4632-0416-7"As for me, I will dwell at Mizpah …": The Tell en-Nasbeh Excavations after 85 Years
Edited by Jeffrey R. Zorn & Aaron J. Brody
(Gorgias Studies in the Ancient Near East 9)

Collected essays on aspects of daily life at the Israelite site of Tell en-Nasbeh (biblical Mizpah of Benjamin). These include: trade and economy, death and burial, metals, cooking, water management, curation of the site’s materials, and a site bibliography. More...
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978-1-4632-0413-6Revelation According to the Syriac Version with English Translation
Revelation: English Translation by Jerome Alan Lund; Text Prepared by George Anton Kiraz
(Surath Kthob )

This volume is part of a series of English translations of the Syriac Peshitta along with the Syriac text carried out by an international team of scholars. Although the book of Revelation is not part of the Peshitta, it was translated into Syriac at a later date and added to the Harqlean version. More...
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978-1-4632-0412-9The Gospel of John According to the Syriac Peshitta Version with English Translation
English Translation by Jeff W. Childers & James Prather; Text Prepared by George Anton Kiraz
(Surath Kthob )

This volume is part of a series of English translations of the Syriac Peshi?ta along with the Syriac text carried out by an international team of scholars. Childers has translated the Peshi?ta of John, while Kiraz has prepared the Syriac text in the west Syriac script, fully vocalized and pointed. The translation and the Syriac text are presented on facing pages so that both can be studied together. All readers are catered for: those wanting to read the text in English, those wanting to improve their grasp of Syriac by reading the original language along with a translation, and those wanting to focus on a fully vocalized Syriac text. More...
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978-1-4632-0420-4Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures IX
Edited by Ehud Ben Zvi & Christophe Nihan
(Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures and its Contexts 22)

This volume incorporates all the articles and reviews published in volume 12 (2012) of the Journal of Hebrew Scriptures. More...
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978-1-4632-0286-6"I will be King over you!"
By Terry R. Clark
(Gorgias Biblical Studies 59)

This book examines various rhetorical ways in which the motif of Yahweh’s Kingship functions in the Book of Ezekiel and explores what these arguments contribute to our understanding of the prophetic book as a whole. More...
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978-1-4632-0368-9Central Sanctuary and Centralization of Worship in Ancient Israel
By Pekka Pitkänen
(Gorgias Near Eastern Studies 6)

This book provides the first major reinvestigation and reinterpretation of the history of centralization of worship in ancient Israel since de Wette and Wellhausen in the nineteenth century. Old Testament scholarship has thus far relied on the consensus that the book of Deuteronomy is the product of late monarchic Judah (7th century BC). Pitkänen places the biblical material in its archaeological and ancient Near Eastern context and pays special attention to rhetorical analysis. The author suggests that the book of Joshua, as well as its sources (such as Deuteronomy) may have originated as early as before the disaster of Aphek and the rejection of Shiloh. More...
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978-1-4632-0411-2Early Readers, Scholars and Editors of the New Testament
Edited by H. A. G. Houghton
(Texts and Studies 11)

A collection of ten original papers on the New Testament text, first presented in 2013, which reflect the diversity of current research. Examples of ancient engagement with the Bible include Origen, Eusebius of Caesarea and Augustine along with early translations. More...
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978-1-61719-600-3The Scholia of Barhebraeus on the Gospel of Matthew
Edited by J. Spanuth
(Analecta Gorgiana 651)

This volume contains the Syriac text of Barhebraeus’ critical and doctrinal commentary on the Gospel of Matthew from his work known as the Storehouse of Mysteries. More...
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978-1-4632-0372-6Scepticism and Ironic Correlations in the Joy Statements of Qoheleth?
By William H. U. Anderson
(Gorgias Biblical Studies 44)

This book is a response to the popular counter-reading of Ecclesiastes in the 1980s and 90s as a book of “joy” (rather than a pessimistic book). It examines the seven “joy statements” of Qoheleth in the light of analogies with scepticism and the literary form of irony. Irony, like scepticism, has the function to induce doubt and questions. The joy statements of Qoheleth are likely analogous to expressions of complex irony—whereby what is said is both meant and not meant. This examination highlights the complexity of the biblical book—while demonstrating how unlikely the “joy reading” may be. More...
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978-1-4632-0380-1A Call to Covenant Love
By Jason S. DeRouchie
(Gorgias Biblical Studies 30)

Profound in its conclusions and targeted toward the exegete, this volume offers a clear method for establishing flow of thought, text hierarchy, and literary macrostructure in biblical Hebrew prose. The study contributes both to hermeneutical theory and to the study of Deuteronomy by arguing for the application of discourse linguistics alongside stylistic and semantic analysis in the interpretation of OT texts. It includes a brief literary-structural and theological commentary on Deuteronomy 5–11 that models the text grammatical approach and shows its benefits for exegesis. More...
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978-1-4632-0379-5The Coups of Hazael and Jehu
By D. Matthew Stith
(Gorgias Biblical Studies 37)

The Coups of Hazael and Jehu offers a narrative reconstruction of the events surrounding the rise of Hazael to the throne of Aram-Damascus and Jehu to the throne of Israel in the mid-eighth century. These near-simultaneous dynastic changes were parts of a major shift in the political, military, and economic structure of the Levant, which took place as the mighty armies of Assyria pushed into the region. The book argues that Jehu’s bloody overthrow of Joram and Hazael’s irregular seizure of power after the death of his predecessor were not independent events, but responses to the Assyrian threat. More...
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978-1-4632-0378-8The Seven Messages of Revelation and Vassal Treaties
By David E. Graves
(Gorgias Biblical Studies 41)

This book argues that the genre of the seven messages in Revelation 2–3 is a hybrid prophetic oracle. This oracle is influenced by the Old Testament covenantal elements functioning as a set of lawsuit exhortations. Graves defends this by demonstrating the influence of the Ancient Near Eastern vassal treaty structure in the seven messages. Written in a readable format this work is both an excellent introduction to the book of Revelation as well as a fitting work for the apocalyptic specialist. More...
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978-1-4632-0377-1Abortion and the Apostolate
By Matthew W. Mitchell
(Gorgias Biblical Studies 42)

This book argues that it is the rejection of Paul’s claims to be an apostle in the same sense as the other apostles that ultimately underlies his “mission to the Gentiles.” This argument is advanced through a careful analysis of Paul’s references to his “conversion” in Galatians 1:15-17 and 1 Corinthians 15:8, paying particular attention to Paul’s evocative use of the language of abortion. The contextualization of this curious self-description in 1 Corinthians 15:8 draws upon a growing body of work concerning an area of ancient life that continues to fascinate and perplex moderns; the exposure of unwanted infants. More...
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978-1-4632-0376-4The Dialogues of Jeremiah
By Mitchel Modine
(Gorgias Biblical Studies 38)

An emerging consensus maintains that the exile was not as extensive as the Old Testament claims. However, that it held singular importance for the book of Jeremiah is beyond question. Modine argues that Jeremiah represents a range of options for understanding and responding to the events surrounding the destruction of Jerusalem and its temple. This volume reads the diverse contents of Jeremiah as a kind of dialogue between competing perceptions of the exile. The author argues that coherence is to be found precisely in the incoherent, as it reflects the communal trauma of exile. More...
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978-1-4632-0375-7Speaking on the Brink of Sheol
By Bryan Howard Cribb; Foreword by Daniel I. Block
(Gorgias Biblical Studies 43)

Since its inception at the beginning of the twentieth century, form criticism has diminished in popularity and use in recent years. Bryan H. Cribb’s studies demonstrates that, if appropriately modified, form criticism still has much to add to Old Testament studies. Using a synchronic and inductive approach to the text, Cribb engages in a form critical study of nine “death stories” in the Old Testament. In so doing, he not only provides substantial support for the existence of this genre, but he also shows how remarkably fruitful such a study can be in revealing the messages of these accounts. More...
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978-1-4632-0374-0Drought, Famine, Plague and Pestilence
By Warren C. Robertson
(Gorgias Biblical Studies 45)

This interdisciplinary study integrates textual analysis of the Hebrew Bible and comparable ancient Near Eastern material with social theory and archaeology in order to articulate the ancient Israelites' taken-for-granted understandings of natural disasters, their intellectual and theological challenges to those understandings, and their intellectual and theological reconstructions thereof. More...
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978-1-4632-0373-3Between Law and Narrative
By Bernon P. Lee
(Gorgias Biblical Studies 51)

Aside from being the content of speeches by characters in narrative, how do passages of laws in the Pentateuch interact with the surrounding narratives? This book proposes that certain passages of law in Leviticus and Numbers offer direction for the interpretation of adjacent segments of narrative. This 'direction' may serve to emphasize select themes and concepts in narrative. Alternatively, it may misdirect readers, or suggest alternative options to more accessible interpretations for a stretch of narrative. More...
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978-1-4632-0371-9A Redaction History of the Pentateuch Targums
By Gudrun Elisabeth Lier
(Gorgias Biblical Studies 53)

This volume combines Targum studies with Judaic studies. The author assigns different Targums each to a respective particular “Sitz im Leben”, stressing the close connection between Targum and Midrash literature. She challenges the assumption that all extant Targums were compiled for the Synagogue. Instead, she suggests that Targum Onqelos might have fulfilled a function in the context of the early beth din and demonstrates that Pseudo-Jonathan can be linked with the rhetorical practices which abounded in later amoraic, educational circles. More...
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978-1-4632-0370-2Moses, David and the High Kingship of Yahweh
By Michael G. McKelvey
(Gorgias Biblical Studies 55)

Has the Old Testament Psalter been purposefully arranged? Does this arrangement convey an overall message? This book enters into the growing discussion regarding the canonical arrangement of the Psalms by examining Book IV (Pss 90-106) and considering the book's overall theological and thematic message within the literary context of the Psalter. This volume argues that Psalms 90-106 have been purposely arranged as a rejoinder to the previous three books, in response to the rise and fall of Davidic kingship. This hypothesis is tested by examining how Psalms 90-106 may have been purposely organized as a collection. More...
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978-1-4632-0271-2"YHWH Fights for Them!"
By Charlie Trimm
(Gorgias Biblical Studies 58)

The divine warrior is an important motif in the Old Testament, leading many to study profitably the motif in its most prominent manifestations in poetic texts. This study builds on that foundation by examining the divine warrior in detail in the exodus narrative to construct a broader picture of the motif in the Old Testament. More...
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978-1-4632-0356-6New Studies in the Book of Isaiah
Edited by Markus Zehnder
(Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures and its Contexts 21)

This volume contains twelve articles that shed new light on the Book of Isaiah, covering a wide array of historical, linguistic and theological topics. The various aspects of God’s intervention at different points of human history is a main focus of the studies. The collection is marked by a broad diversity in approaches and theological background, and is a useful tool especially for scholars, students and pastors. More...
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978-1-4632-0257-6Insiders versus Outsiders
Edited by Jacobus (Kobus) Kok & John Anthony Dunne
(Perspectives on Philosophy and Religious Thought 14)

Christianity as a movement developed within the already established, but volatile Jewish movement/religion, expressing a profound sense of inclusivism illustrated in the transcendence of social boundaries. In this book the dynamic reality of creating and transcending boundaries and the relationship between insiders and outsiders are explored by way of reflecting on mission and ethos. More...
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978-1-61143-896-3An East Syrian Manuscript of the Syriac 'Masora' Dated to 899 CE
Volume 1: Prepared by Jonathan Loopstra

This unique manuscript of the East Syrian Syriac ‘Masora’ is essential for any study of early Syriac vocalization, accentuation, and punctuation. This volume presents a facsimile reproduction of this ‘masoretic’ manuscript. An introduction and comprehensive scriptural indices will be included in a forthcoming volume. More...
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978-1-61143-316-6The Massorah
Volume 1–Volume 4: By Christian D. Ginsburg
(Kiraz References Archive 19)

This four-volume set contains the traditional marginal notes to the Masoretic text of the Hebrew Bible, as well as an English translation. More...
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978-1-61143-904-5Scribal Wit
By David Marcus
(Texts and Studies 10)

This book presents a detailed analysis of the Aramaic mnemonics, those short witty sentences written in Aramaic as memory aids in the margins of one of the oldest extant biblical Hebrew manuscripts, the Leningrad Codex (1008 CE). The material is presented in clear, user-friendly charts. Each mnemonic is set alongside the Hebrew verses it represents. This book demonstrates the ingenuity of the Masoretes in their grand endeavor to preserve the text of the Hebrew Bible precisely in the form that it had reached them. More...
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978-1-4632-0248-4Can No Physician Be Found?
Second Edition: By Laura Marie Zucconi
(Gorgias Studies in the Ancient Near East 6)

Can No Physician be Found analyzes how religion, as an expression of a universal order, is applied to the medical practices in the cultures of ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia and Israel. The comparative approach sheds light on how religious concepts shaped not only the particular medical identity of each society, but also how they can simultaneously participate in a broader medical culture spanning the ancient Near East. More...
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978-1-61143-963-2Romans and Corinthians 1/2 According to the Syriac Peshitta Version with English Translation
Romans–Corinthians: English Translation by Daniel King; Text Prepared by George Anton Kiraz
(Surath Kthob )

This volume is part of a series of English translations of the Syriac Peshitta along with the Syriac text carried out by an international team of scholars. More...
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978-1-59333-098-9Collected Papers in Greek and Georgian Textual Criticism
By Neville Birdsall
(Texts and Studies 3)

This volume collects together for the first time the most influential papers of the late scholar of Georgian and New Testament textual critic, J. Neville Birdsall. Professor Birdsall wrote on Greek witnesses to the New Testament text, the Georgian version of the New Testament, palaeography, patristics, and the theory of textual criticism. The collection fully demonstrates the author’s standing as one of the most learned and wide-ranging New Testament textual scholars of modern times. More...
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