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Edited by Ehud Ben Zvi
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Title:Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures VIII
Subtitle:Comprising the Contents of Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, Vol. 11
Series:Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures and its Contexts 19
Availability:In Print
Publisher:Gorgias Press

Edited by Ehud  Ben Zvi
ISBN:978-1-4632-0220-0
Availability:In Print
Publication Date:4/2013
Language:English and Hebrew
Format:Hardback, Black, 6 x 9 in
Pages:758
 

This volume incorporates all the articles and reviews published in volume 11 (2011) of the Journal of Hebrew Scriptures. It includes articles by Elie Assis, Brian R. Doak, Martha E. Campos, Veronika Bachmann, Moshe Garsiel, Tova Ganzel, Amos Frisch, Alexander Andrason, Ellen van Wolde, Robert Rezetko, Robert E. Wallace, Hava Shalom-Guy, Israel Finkelstein, Ido Koch, Oded Lipschits, Talia Sutskover, and Jeffrey Stackert. The volume also includes sixty-five reviews.

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Table of Contents
  • 978-1-4632-0220-0_FrontMatter (page 1)
  • Table of Contents (page 5)
  • Preface (page 13)
  • Abbreviations (page 15)
  • Zechariah 8 and its Allusions to Jeremiah 30…33 and Deutero-Isaiah, by Elie Assis (page 23)
  • Some Worthless and Reckless FellowsŽ: Landlessness and Parasocial Leadership in Judges, by Brian R. Doak (page 15)
  • Structure and Meaning in the Third Vision of Amos (7:7…17), by Martha E. Campos (page 75)
  • The Book of the Watchers (1 Enoch 1–36): An Anti-Mosaic, Non-Mosaic, or even Pro-Mosaic Writing?, by Veronika Bachmann (page 103)
  • Davids Elite Warriors and Their Exploits in the Books of Samuel and Chronicles, by Moshe Garsiel (page 127)
  • The Shattered Dream. The Prophecies of Joel: A Bridge Between Ezekiel and Haggai?, by Tova Ganzel (page 157)
  • Comparison With David as a Means of Evaluating Character in the Book of Kings, by Amos Frisch (page 179)
  • Biblical Hebrew Wayyiqtol: A Dynamic Definition, by Alexander Andrason (page 201)
  • Semantics and the Semantics of ??? : A Rejoinder to the Arguments Advanced by B. Becking and M. Korpel, by Ellen van Wolde & Robert Rezetko (page 263)
  • The Narrative Effect of Psalms 84…89, by Robert E. Wallace (page 305)
  • The Call Narratives of Gideon and Moses: Literary Convention or More?, by Hava Shalom-Guy (page 321)
  • The Mound on the Mount: A Possible Solution to the Problem with JerusalemŽ, by Israel Finkelstein, Ido Koch and Oded Lipschits (page 339)
  • Lot and His Daughters (Gen 19:30…38). Further Literary & Stylistic Examinations, by Talia Sutskover (page 363)
  • The Typological Classification of the Hebrew of Genesis: Subject-Verb or Verb-Subject?, by Robert D. Holmstedt (page 375)
  • Compositional Strata in the Priestly Sabbath: Exodus 31:12…17 and 35:1…3, by Jeffrey Stackert (page 414)
  • REVIEWS (page 435)
    • Anderson, Gary A., SIN: A HISTORY. Reviewed by Micah D. Kiel (page 435)
    • Nakhai, Beth Alpert (ed.), THE WORLD OF WOMEN IN THE ANCIENT AND CLASSICAL NEAR EAST. Reviewed by Elaine T. James (page 438)
    • Grabbe, Lester L. (ed.), ISRAEL IN TRANSITION: FROM LATE BRONZE II TO IRON IIA (C. 1250…850 B.C.E.) VOLUME 1. THE ARCHAEOLOGY. Reviewed by Trent C. Butler (page 441)
    • Klauk, Hans-Josef, B. McGinn, P. Mendes-Flohr, C.-L. Seow, H. Spieckermann, B. D. Walfish, E. Ziolkowski (eds.), ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE BIBLE AND ITS RECEPTION: AARON…ANICONISM. Reviewed by Stephen Westerholm (page 448)
    • Bernat, David A., SIGN OF THE COVENANT: CIRCUMCISION IN THE PRIESTLY TRADITION. Reviewed by Trent C. Butler (page 452)
    • Horsley, Richard A. (ed.), IN THE SHADOW OF EMPIRE: RECLAIMING THE BIBLE AS A HISTORY OF FAITHFUL RESISTANCE. Reviewed by Jonathan Bernier (page 454)
    • Westbrook, Raymond and Bruce Wells, EVERYDAY LAW IN BIBLICAL ISRAEL: AN INTRODUCTION. Reviewed by Victor H. Matthews (page 457)
    • KUSATU (KLEINE UNTERSUCHENGEN ZUR SPRACHE DES ALTEN TESTAMENTS UND SEINER UMWELT) 8.9 (2008). Reviewed by John Cook (page 460)
    • Hadjiev, Tchavdar S., THE COMPOSITION AND REDACTION OF THE BOOK OF AMOS. Reviewed by Matthieu Richelle (page 463)
    • Green, Deborah A. and Laura S. Lieber (eds.), SCRIPTURAL EXEGESIS: THE SHAPES OF CULTURE AND THE RELIGIOUS IMAGINATION, ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF MICHAEL FISHBANE. Reviewed by William A. Tooman (page 469)
    • Tebes, Juan Manuel, CENTRO Y PERIFERIA EN EL MUNDO ANTIGUO: EL NEGEV Y SUS INTERACCIONES CON EGIPTO, ASIRIA, Y EL LEVANTE EN LA EDAD DEL HIERRO (1200…586 A.C.). Reviewed by Romina Della Casa (page 476)
    • Moberly, R. W. L., THE THEOLOGY OF THE BOOK OF GENESIS. Reviewed by Tim Stone Greenport (page 478)
    • Cotrozzi, Stefano, EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED: ASPECTS OF PRAGMATIC FOREGROUNDING IN OLD TESTAMENT NARRATIVES. Reviewed by Krzysztof J. Baranowski (page 487)
    • Crane, Ashley S., ISRAELS RESTORATION: A TEXTUAL-COMPARATIVE EXPLORATION OF EZEKIEL 36…39. Reviewed by Iain M. Duguid (page 491)
    • Jones, Scott C., RUMORS OF WISDOM: JOB 28 AS POETRY. Reviewed by August H. Konkel (page 493)
    • Petterson, Anthony R., BEHOLD YOUR KING: THE HOPE FOR THE HOUSE OF DAVID IN THE BOOK OF ZECHARIAH. Reviewed by Anna Suk Yee Lee (page 496)
    • Smith, Richard G., THE FATE OF JUSTICE AND RIGHTEOUSNESS DURING DAVIDS REIGN: NARRATIVE ETHICS AND REREADING THE COURT HISTORY ACCORDING TO 2 SAMUEL 8:15…20:26. Reviewed by Adam Brown (page 500)
    • Hagedorn, Anselm C. and Henrik Pfeiffer (eds.), DIE ERZVÄTER IN DER BIBLISCHEN TRADITION: FESTSCHRIFT FÜR MATTHIAS KÖCKERT. Reviewed by Christophe Nihan (page 503)
    • Tuckett, Christopher (ed.), FEASTS AND FESTIVALS. Reviewed by Peter Altmann (page 508)
    • Webster, Brian L., THE CAMBRIDGE INTRODUCTION TO BIBLICAL HEBREW WITH CD-ROM. Reviewed by H. Daniel Zacharias (page 512)
    • Fleming, Daniel E. and Sara J. Milstein, THE BURIED FOUNDATION OF THE GILGAMESH EPIC: THE AKKADIAN HUWAWA NARRATIVE. Reviewed by Scott C. Jones (page 521)
    • Jindo, Job Y., BIBLICAL METAPHOR RECONSIDERED: A COGNITIVE APPROACH TO POETIC PROPHECY IN JEREMIAH 1…24. Reviewed by Hyuk-ki Kim (page 526)
    • Allen, Leslie C., JEREMIAH: A COMMENTARY. Reviewed by Hetty Lalleman (page 531)
    • Niditch, Susan, ŽMY BROTHER ESAU IS A HAIRY MANŽ: HAIR AND IDENTITY IN ANCIENT ISRAEL. Reviewed by Jonathan Y. Rowe (page 533)
    • Boccaccini, Gabriele and Giovanni Ibba (eds.), ENOCH AND MOSAIC TORAH: THE EVIDENCE OF JUBILEES. Reviewed by Rodney A. Werline (page 537)
    • Corley, Jeremy and Vincent Skemp (eds.), STUDIES IN THE GREEK BIBLE: ESSAYS IN HONOR OF FRANCIS T. GIGNAC, S.J. Reviewed by Claude Cox (page 540)
    • Pratico, Gary D. and Miles V. Van Pelt, BASICS OF BIBLICAL HEBREW GRAMMAR. Reviewed by Mary L. Conway (page 543)
    • Davis, Ellen F., SCRIPTURE, CULTURE, AND AGRICULTURE: AN AGRARIAN READING OF THE BIBLE. Reviewed by Steven J. Schweitzer (page 546)
    • de Hulster, Izaak J. and Rüdiger Schmitt, (eds.), ICONOGRAPHY AND BIBLICAL STUDIES: PROCEEDINGS OF THE ICONOGRAPHY SESSIONS AT THE JOINT EABS / SBL CONFERENCE, 22…26 JULY 2007, VIENNA, AUSTRIA. Reviewed by Frank Ueberschaer (page 549)
    • Tooman, William A. and Michael A. Lyons (eds.), TRANSFORMING VISIONS: TRANSFORMATIONS OF TEXT, TRADITION, AND THEOLOGY IN EZEKIEL. Reviewed by Jason Gile (page 555)
    • Chung, Youn Ho, THE SIN OF THE CALF: THE RISE OF THE BIBLES NEGATIVE ATTITUDE TOWARD THE GOLDEN CALF. Reviewed by Lissa M. Wray Beal (page 561)
    • ODowd, Ryan, THE WISDOM OF TORAH: EPISTEMOLOGY IN DEUTERONOMY AND THE WISDOM LITERATURE. Reviewed by Doug Ingram (page 564)
    • Klein, Anja, SCHRIFTAUSLEGUNG IM EZECHIELBUCH: REDAKTIONSGESCHICHTLICHE UNTERSUCHUNGEN ZU EZ 34…39. Reviewed by William A. Tooman (page 567)
    • Smith, Mark S., GOD IN TRANSLATION: DEITIES IN CROSS-CULTURAL DISCOURSE IN THE BIBLICAL WORLD. Reviewed by Michael W. Duggan (page 572)
    • Westbrook, Raymond and Bruce Wells, EVERYDAY LAW IN BIBLICAL ISRAEL: AN INTRODUCTION. Reviewed by David P. Wright (page 576)
    • Matthews, Victor H., MORE THAN MEETS THE EAR: DISCOVERING THE HIDDEN CONTEXTS OF OLD TESTAMENT CONVERSATIONS. Reviewed by Colin Toffelmire (page 584)
    • Earl, Douglas, READING JOSHUA AS CHRISTIAN SCRIPTURE. Reviewed by J. Gordon McConville (page 587)
    • Schiffman, Lawrence, THE COURTYARDS OF THE HOUSE OF THE LORD: STUDIES IN THE TEMPLE SCROLL. Reviewed by Dwight D. Swanson (page 590)
    • Fischer, Stefan, DAS HOHELIED SALOMOS ZWISCHEN POESIE UND ERZÄHLUNG: ERZÄHLTEXTANALYSE EINES POETISCHEN TEXTES. Reviewed by Matthias Hopf (page 595)
    • Trebolle Barrera, Julio and Susana Pottecher, JOB. Reviewed by Andrés Piquer Otero (page 600)
    • Barrick, W. Boyd., BMH AS BODY LANGUAGE: A LEXICAL AND ICONOGRAPHICAL STUDY OF THE WORD BMH WHEN NOT A REFERENCE TO CULTIC PHENOMENA IN BIBLICAL AND POSTBIBLICAL HEBREW. Reviewed by Elizabeth Hayes (page 603)
    • Oswald, Wolfgang, NATHAN DER PROPHET: EINE UNTERSUCHUNG ZU 2 SAMUEL 7 UND 12 UND 1 KÖNIGE 1. Reviewed by Jürg Hutzli (page 609)
    • Janse, Sam, ŽYOU ARE MY SONŽ: THE RECEPTION HISTORY OF PSALM 2 IN EARLY JUDAISM AND THE EARLY CHURCH. Reviewed by Scott C. Jones (page 616)
    • Halvorson-Taylor, Martien, ENDURING EXILE: THE METAPHORIZATION OF EXILE IN THE HEBREW BIBLE. Reviewed by John Ahn (page 620)
    • Knoppers, Gary N., and Kenneth A. Ristau, eds., COMMUNITY IDENTITY IN JUDEAN HISTORIOGRAPHY: BIBLICAL AND COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES. Reviewed by Steven J. Schweitzer (page 624)
    • Bosworth, David A., THE STORY WITHIN A STORY IN BIBLICAL HEBREW NARRATIVE Reviewed by Shannon Baines (page 628)
    • Vialle, Catherine, UNE ANALYSE COMPARÉE DESTHER TM ET LXX: REGARD SUR DEUX RÉCITS DUNE MÊME HISTOIRE Reviewed by Veronika Bachmann (page 631)
    • Meer, Michaël van der, Percy van Keulen, Wido van Peursen, and Bas ter Haar Romeny (eds.), ISAIAH IN CONTEXT: STUDIES IN HONOUR OF ARIE VAN DER KOOIJ ON THE OCCASION OF HIS SIXTY-FIFTH BIRTHDAY Reviewed by J. Blake Couey (page 635)
    • Day, John (ed.), PROPHECY AND THE PROPHETS IN ANCIENT ISRAEL Reviewed by J. Todd Hibbard (page 642)
    • Holmstedt, Robert D., RUTH: A HANDBOOK ON THE HEBREW TEXT Reviewed by Anthony R. Pyles (page 648)
    • Russell, Stephen C., IMAGES OF EGYPT IN EARLY BIBLICAL LITERATURE: CISJORDAN-ISRAELITE, TRANSJORDAN-ISRAELITE, AND JUDAHITE PORTRAYALS Reviewed by Safwat Marzouk (page 651)
    • Nicklas, Tobias, Friedrich V. Reiterer, and Joseph Verheyden (eds.), THE HUMAN BODY IN DEATH AND RESURRECTION Reviewed by Anke Dorman (page 656)
    • Annus, Amar and Alan Lenzi, LUDLUL BEL NEMEQI: THE STANDARD BABYLONIAN POEM OF THE RIGHTEOUS SUFFERER Reviewed by Victor Avigdor Hurowitz (page 666)
    • Yasur-Landau, Assaf, Jennie R. Ebeling, and Laura B. Mazow (eds.), HOUSEHOLD ARCHAEOLOGY IN ANCIENT ISRAEL AND BEYOND Reviewed by Cynthia Shafer-Elliott (page 671)
    • Halpern, Baruch, FROM GODS TO GOD: THE DYNAMICS OF IRON AGE COSMOLOGIES Reviewed by Nathan MacDonald (page 675)
    • Sommer, Benjamin D., THE BODIES OF GOD AND THE WORLD OF ANCIENT ISRAEL Reviewed by J. Todd Hibbard (page 686)
    • Weeks, Stuart, AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF WISDOM LITERATURE Reviewed by Scott C. Jones (page 691)
    • Evans, Paul S., THE INVASION OF SENNACHERIB IN THE BOOK OF KINGS: A SOURCE-CRITICAL AND RHETORICAL STUDY OF 2 KINGS 18…19 Reviewed by Gordon Oeste (page 697)
    • Ballhorn, Egbert, ISRAEL AM JORDAN: NARRATIVE TOPOGRAPHIE IM BUCH JOSUA Reviewed by Ernst Axel Knauf (page 700)
    • Linafelt, Tod, Claudia V. Camp, and Timothy Beal, (eds.), THE FATE OF KING DAVID: THE PAST AND PRESENT OF A BIBLICAL ICON Reviewed by Johannes Klein (page 703)
    • George, Mark K., ISRAELS TABERNACLE AS SOCIAL SPACE Reviewed by A. J. Culp (page 709)
    • Crenshaw, James L., OLD TESTAMENT WISDOM: AN INTRODUCTION Reviewed by Ryan P. ODowd (page 714)
    • Meadors, Edward P., IDOLATRY AND THE HARDENING OF THE HEART: A STUDY IN BIBLICAL THEOLOGY Reviewed by Rob Barrett (page 717)
    • Fischer, Alexander Achilles, VON HEBRON NACH JERUSALEM: EINE REDAKTIONSGESCHICHTLICHE STUDIE ZUR ERZÄHLUNG VON KÖNIG DAVID IN II SAM 1…5 Reviewed by Jeremy M. Hutton (page 722)
    • Tiemeyer, Lena Sofia, FOR THE COMFORT OF ZION: THE GEOGRAPHICAL AND THEOLOGICAL LOCATION OF ISAIAH 40…55 Reviewed by Mark Leuchter (page 742)
    • Jindo, Job Y., BIBLICAL METAPHOR RECONSIDERED: A COGNITIVE APPROACH TO POETIC PROPHECY IN JEREMIAH 1…24 Reviewed by Paul Kang-Kul Cho (page 746)
  • INDEX (page 753)



Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures VIII
Edited by Ehud Ben Zvi
(Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures and its Contexts 19)
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