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Edited by Ehud Ben Zvi
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Title:Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures VI
Subtitle:Comprising the Contents of Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, Vol. 9
Series:Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures and its Contexts 7
Availability:In Print
Publisher:Gorgias Press

Edited by Ehud  Ben Zvi
ISBN:978-1-61143-004-2
Availability:In Print
Publication Date:9/2010
Language:English
Format:Hardback, Black, 6 x 9 in
Pages:974
 

The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures (JHS) is an academic peer-reviewed journal that pioneers open-source, freely available, prompt, and academically responsible electronic publication in the area. This printed volume incorporates all the articles and reviews published in the journal in 2009. It includes contributions by Mark A. Christian, George Athas, Philippe Guillaume, Thomas M. Bolin, Ehud Ben Zvi, Jakob Wöhrle, Klaas Spronk, Daniel Timmer, Rachelle Gilmour, Mark J. Boda, Matthew Forrest Lowe, Roland Boer, Steven Schweitzer, James M. Kennedy, Andrew C. Gow, Saul M. Olyan, Bob Becking, Raymond F. Person Jr., Richard Nelson, Steven McKenzie, Eckart Otto, Yairah Amit, Thomas Römer, Ernst Axel Knauf, Robert D. Holmstedt, Oded Lipschits, Aron Pinker, Karolien Vermeulen, Thomas Renz, Israel Finkelstein, George Savran, and John Van Seters. The review section includes more than eighty reviews.

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Table of Contents
  • Table of Contents (page 5)
  • Reviews (page 8)
  • Preface (page 15)
  • Abbreviations (page 17)
  • Priestly Power that Empowers: Michel Foucault, Middle-tier Levites, and the Sociology of Popular Religious GroupsŽ in Israel Mark A. Christian (page 23)
  • In Search of the Seventy WeeksŽ of Daniel 9 by George Athas (page 111)
  • Arguing under the Qiqayon: An Introduction to a Set of Articles on Jonah by Philippe Guillaume (page 133)
  • Eternal Delight and Deliciousness: The Book of Jonah After Ten Years by Thomas M. Bolin (page 135)
  • Jonah 4:11 and the Metaprophetic Character of the Book of Jonah by Ehud Ben Zvi (page 147)
  • Rhetorical Reading Redundant: A Response to Ehud Ben Zvi by Philippe Guillaume (page 161)
  • A Prophetic Reflection on Divine Forgiveness: The Integration of the Book of Jonah into the Book of the Twelve by Jakob Wöhrle (page 171)
  • Nahum, and the Book of the Twelve: A Response to Jakob Wöhrle by Klaas Spronk (page 189)
  • The Intertextual Israelite Jonah face à lempire: The Post-colonial Significance of the Books Cotexts and Purported Neo-Assyrian Context by Daniel Timmer (page 199)
  • Suspense and Anticipation in 1 Samuel 9:1…14 by Rachelle Gilmour (page 223)
  • In Conversation with Steven Schweitzer, Reading Utopia in Chronicles (LHBOTS, 442; London: T. & T. Clark International, 2007) by Mark J. Boda (page 239)
  • Introduction by Mark J. Boda (page 241)
  • Encountering an Alternative Reality: Schweitzer and the Utopian Turn by Mark J. Boda and Matthew Forrest Lowe (page 243)
  • Utopia, Dystopia and Uchronia in Chronicles by Roland Boer (page 249)
  • A Response by Steven Schweitzer (page 255)
  • Psalm 29 as Semiotic System: A Linguistic Reading James M. Kennedy (page 261)
  • The Contested History of a Book: The German Bible of the Later Middle Ages and Reformation in Legend, Ideology, and Scholarship Andrew C. Gow (page 285)
  • The Ascription of Physical Disability as a Stigmatizing Strategy in Biblical Iconic Polemics by Saul M. Olyan (page 323)
  • God-Talk for a Disillusioned Pilgrim in Psalm 121 by Bob Becking (page 339)
  • Lamentations 5: The Seventh Acrostic By Philippe Guillaume (page 349)
  • In Conversation with Thomas Römer, The So-Called Deuteronomistic History: A Sociological, Historical and Literary Introduction (London: T. & T. Clark, 2005) Raymond F. Person Jr. (page 355)
  • Introduction Raymond F. Person Jr. (page 357)
  • A Response to Thomas C. Römer, The So-called Deuteronomistic History by Richard D. Nelson (page 359)
  • A Response to Thomas Römer, The So-Called Deuteronomistic History by Steven L. McKenzie (page 371)
  • Deuteronomy between The Pentateuch and The Deuteronomistic History: Some Remarks About Thomas Römer, The So-Called Deuteronomistic History by Eckart Otto (page 379)
  • The Book of Judges: Fruit of 100 Years of Creativity by Yairah Amit (page 385)
  • Response to Richard Nelson, Steven McKenzie, Eckart Otto, and Yairah Amit by Thomas Römer (page 395)
  • Observations on Judahs Social and Economic History and the Dating of the Laws in Deuteronomy by Ernest Axel Knauf (page 409)
  • The Syntactic Encoding of the Collaborative Nature of Qohelets Experiment by Robert D. Holmstedt (page 417)
  • Persian Period Finds from Jerusalem: Facts and Interpretations by Oded Lipschits (page 445)
  • Intrusion of Ptolemaic Reality on Cultic Practices in Qoh 4:17 by Aron Pinker (page 477)
  • To See or Not To See The Polysemy Of The Word in The Isaac Narratives (Gen 17…35) Karolien Vermeulen (page 511)
  • A Perfectly Broken Acrostic in Nahum 1? By Thomas Renz (page 523)
  • Persian Period Jerusalem and Yehud: A Rejoinder By Israel Finkelstein (page 551)
  • Multivocality in Group Speech in Biblical Narrative by George Savran (page 565)
  • A Response to G. Aichelle, P. Miscall and R. Walsh, An Elephant in the Room: Historical-Critical and Postmodern Interpretations of the BibleŽ by John Van Seters (page 590)
  • Reviews (page 603)
  • Othmar Keel, Die Geschichte Jerusalems Und Die Entstehung Des Monotheismus Reviewed by Bob Becking (page 603)
  • Nathan MacDonald, Not Bread Alone: The Uses of Food in the Old Testament Reviewed by Peter Altmann (page 605)
  • Ernest Axel Knauf, Josua Reviewed by Philippe Guillaume (page 610)
  • Deborah L. Ellens, Women in the Sex Texts of Leviticus and Deuteronomy: A Comparative Conceptual Analysis Reviewed by Ellen White (page 612)
  • Joel Kaminsky, Yet I Loved Jacob: Reclaiming the Biblical Concept of Election Reviewed by Dale Patrick (page 614)
  • Katherine J. Dell, Opening the Old Testament Reviewed by Cristian Rata (page 617)
  • Daniel K. Falk, THe Parabiblical Texts: Strategies for Extending the Scriptures Among the Dead Sea Scrolls Reviewed by Eileen Schuller (page 619)
  • John Goldingay, Psalms. Vol. 2: Psalms 42-89 Reviewed by J. Clinton McCann Jr. (page 622)
  • William Loader, Enoch, Levi, and Jubilees on Sexuality: Attitudes Towards Sexuality in the Early Enoch Litterature, The Aramaic Levi Document, and the Book of Jubilees Reviewed by David M. Miller (page 624)
  • Daniel R. Schwartz, 2 Maccabees Reviewed by Rene Bloch (page 627)
  • Philip R. Davis, The Origins of Biblical Israel Reviewed by Paul S. Evans (page 629)
  • Gary N. Knoppers and Bernard M. Levinson, eds, The Pentateuch as Torah: New Models for Understanding Its Promulgation and Acceptance Reviewed by David A. Bosworth (page 636)
  • R.J.R. Plant, Good Figs, Bad Figs: Judicial Differentiation in the Book of Jeremiah Reviewed by Kathleen M. O'Connor (page 640)
  • David Goodblatt, Elements of Ancient Jewish Nationalism Reviewed by Adam L. Porter (page 642)
  • Michael Thomas Davis and Brent A. Strawn, eds., Qumran Studies: New Approaches, New Questions Reviewed by Kenneth Atkinson (page 645)
  • Adele Berlin, The Dynamics of Biblical Parallelism Reviewed by Mary Wang (page 647)
  • Michael Carasik, Theologies of the Mind in Biblical Israel Reviewed by Dan Epp-Tiessen (page 653)
  • W. Randolph Tate, Biblical Interpretation: An Integrated Approach Reviewed by Ellen White (page 656)
  • Gina Hens-Piazza, 1-2 Kings Reviewed by Lissa Wray Beal (page 658)
  • Saul M. Olyan, Diasability in the Hebrew Bible: Interpreting Nental and Physical Differences Reviewed by Michael M. Homan (page 661)
  • Miriam von Nordheim, Geboren von der Morgenröte? Psalm 110 in Tradition, Redaktion und Rezeption Reviewed by Ernest Azel Knauf (page 663)
  • Gideon Bohak, Ancient Jewish Magic Reviewed by Scott Noegel (page 665)
  • Robert L. Forester and David M. Howard, eds., My Words are Lovely: Studies in teh Rhetoric of the Psalms Reviewed by Mary L. Conway (page 671)
  • Bob Becking and Eric Peels, eds., Psalms and Prayers Reviewed by John Goldingay (page 675)
  • Rhonda Burnette-Bletsch, Studying the Old Testament: A Companion Reviewed by Heather Macumber (page 678)
  • Raymond de Hoop, Marjo C.A. Korpel, and Stanley E. Porter, eds., The Impact of Unit Delimitation on Exegesis Reviewed by Matthias Hopf (page 680)
  • Martin Leuenberger, Segen und Segenstheologien im Alten Israel: Untersuchungen Zu Ihren Religions-Und Theologiegeschichtlichen Konstellationen und Transformationen Reviewed by Armin Siedlecki (page 686)
  • Steven L. McKenzie and John Kaltmer, The Old Testament: Its Background, Growth, and Content Reviewed by Barbara Green (page 689)
  • Mark S. Gignilliat, Karl Barth and the Fifth Gospel: Barth's Theological Exegesis of Isaiah Reviewed by Dustin Resch (page 692)
  • BibleWorks 8 Reviewed by Scott N. Callaham (page 696)
  • Larry L. Lyke, I Will Espouse You Forever: The Song of Songs and the Theology of Love in teh Hebrew Bible Reviewed by Jennifer Pfenniger (page 698)
  • Alex P. Jassen, Mediating the Divine: Prophecy and Revelation in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Second Temple Judaism Reviewed by Cecilia Wassen (page 706)
  • Kathryn Schifferdecker, Out of the Whirlwind: Creation Theology in the Book of Job Reviewed by David J.H. Beldman (page 710)
  • Lowell K. Handy, Johah's World: Social Science and the Reading of Prophetic Story Reviewed by Philippe Guillaume (page 714)
  • Aarnoud van der Deijl, Protest and Propaganda: War in the Old Testament Book of Kings and in Contemporaneous Ancient Near Eastern Texts Reviewed by Paul Evans (page 716)
  • Peter Philip Jenson, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah: A Theological Commentary Reviewed by Colin M. Toffelmire (page 721)
  • George J. Brooke and THomas Römer, eds., Ancient and Modern Scriptural Historiography - L'Historiographie Biblique, Ancienne et Modern Reviewed by Dan Pioske (page 724)
  • Judith Gartner, Jesaja 66 und Sacharja 14 Als Summe der Prophetie:Eine Traditions - und Rdaktionsgeschichtliche Untersuchung zum abschluss des Jesaja - und des Zwölfprophetenbuches Reviewed by Jakob Wöhrle (page 729)
  • Volker Haarmann, JHWH-Verehrerder Völker: Die Hinwendung von Nichtisraeliten zum Gott Israels in Alttestamentlichen Uberlieferungen Reviewed by Christina Ehring (page 732)
  • Peter Weimar, Studien zur Priesterschrift Reviewed by Christophe Nihan (page 734)
  • Sven Petry, Die Entgrenzung JHWHs: Monolatrie, Bilderverbot und Monotheismus im Deuteronomium, in Deuterojesaja und im Ezechielbuch Reviewed by Mathan MacDonald (page 738)
  • Anders Runesson, Donald D. Binder, and Birger Olsson, The Ancient Synagogue from its Origins to 200 C.E. A Source Book Reviewed by Rene Bloch (page 743)
  • Baruch J. Schwartz, et all eds., Perspectives on Purity and Purification in the Bible Reviewed by Hannah K. Harrington (page 745)
  • Viktor Ber, The Hebrew Verb HYH as a Macrosyntactic Signal Reviewed by Ray L. Heller (page 748)
  • Konrad Schmid, Literaturgeschichte des Alten Testaments: Eine Einfuhrung Reviewed by Paul L. Redditt (page 753)
  • Jon L. Berquist and Claudia V. Camp, eds., Constructions of Space II: The Biblical City and Other Imagined Spaces Reviewed by Jeremiah Cataldo (page 757)
  • Sharon Moughtin-Mumby, Secual and Marital Metaphors in Hosea, Jeremiah, Isaiah, and Ezekiel Reviewed by Jason Gile (page 760)
  • Gabriele Boccaccini, ed., Enoch and the Messiah Son of Man: Revisiting the Book of Parables Reviewed by Allen Daise (page 765)
  • Peter Riede, Vom Erbarmen zum Gericht: Die Visionen des Amosbuches (Amos 7-9*) und Ihr Literatur - und Traditionsgeschichtlicher Reviewed by Uwe Becker (page 768)
  • Natalio Fernandez Marcos, Septuaginta: La Biblia Griega de Judios Y Cristianos Reviewed by Peter J. Gentry (page 771)
  • Hans - Peter Mathys, Das Astarte - Quadrat Reviewed by Rene Schurte (page 775)
  • Thomas Römer, ed., The Books of Leviticus and Numbers Reviewed by Viktor Golinets (page 778)
  • Reinhard Muller, Konigtum und Gottesherrschaft: Untersuchungen zur Alttestamentlichen Monarchiekritik Reviewed by Jeremy M. Hutton (page 786)
  • Markus Witte, Konrad Schmid, Doris Prechel and Jan Christian Gertz, eds., Die Deuteronomistischen Geschichtswerke: Redaktions- und Religionsgeschichtliche Perpektiven zur "Deuteronomismus" -Diskussion in Tora und Vorderen Propheten Reviewed by Jeremy M. Hutton (page 803)
  • Bob Becking and Dirk Human, eds., Exile and Suffering: A Selection of Papers Read at the 50th Anniversary Meeting of teh Old Testament Society of South Africa OTWSA/OTSSA, Pretoria, August 2007 Reviewed by Adam Oliver Stokes (page 831)
  • Hanne Loland, Silent or Salient Gender? The Interpretation of Gendered God-Language in the hebrew Bible, Exemplified in Isaiah 42,46, and 49 Reviewed by Elaine James (page 835)
  • Andrew R. Angel, Chaos and the Son of Man: The Hebrew Chaoskampf Tradition in the Period 515 BCE to 200 CE Reviewed by Beth M. Stovell (page 838)
  • James K. Bruckner, Exodus Reviewed by Thomas B. Dozeman (page 843)
  • Amy C. Cottrill, Language, Power, and Identity in the Lament Psalms of the Individual Reviewed by W. Derek Suderman (page 845)
  • Michael J. Gorman, Elements of Biblical Exegesis: A Basic Guide for Students and Ministers Reviewed by Nathan Patrick Love (page 849)
  • Shalom M. Paul, Isaiah 40-66: Introduction and Commentary Reviewed by Igal German (page 853)
  • Etan Levine, Marital Relations in Ancient Judaism Reviewed by Michael Allen Daise (page 855)
  • Amy Kalmanofsky, Terror All Around: The Rhetoric of Horror in the Book of Jeremiah Reviewed by Joel Barker (page 858)
  • Ulrich Berges, Jesaja 40-48 Reviewed by Edgar Kellenberger (page 862)
  • Sidnie White Crawford, Rewriting Scripture in Second Temple Times Reviewed by Andrew B. Perrin (page 864)
  • Elizabeth R. Hayes, The Pragmatics of Perception and Cognition in MT Jeremiah 1:1-6:30: A Cognitive Linguitics Approach Reviewed by Fohn F. Hobbins (page 867)
  • Kenneth E. Pomykala, ed., Israel in the Wilderness: Interpretations of teh Biblical Narratives in Jewish and Christian Traditions Reviewed by Daniel A. Machiela (page 876)
  • Ian C. Werrett, Ritual Purity and the Dead Sea Scrolls Reviewed by Casey A. Toews (page 880)
  • Hayyim J. Angel, Revealed Texts, Hidden Meanings. Finding the Religious Significance of the Tanakh Reviewed by Ehud Ben Zvi (page 886)
  • Loren T. Stuckenbruck, Stephen C. Barton and Benjamin G. Wold, eds., Memory in the Bible and Antiquity: the Fifth Durham-Tubingen Research Symposium Reviewed by Ehud Ben Zvi (page 891)
  • Yael Unterman, Hehema Leibowitz: Teacher and Bible Scholar Reviewed by Igal German (page 896)
  • Joel S. Baden, J, E, And the Redaction of the Pentateuch Reviewed by Jeffrey Stackert (page 899)
  • Jurgen Ebach, Genesis 37-50 Reviewed by Christian Metzentbin (page 903)
  • Hans M. Barstad, History and the Hebrew Bible: Studies in Ancient Israelite and Ancient Near Eastern Historiography Reviewed by Dan Pioske (page 905)
  • Angelika Berlejung and Bernd Janowski, eds., Tod und Jenseits im Alten Israel und in Seiner Umwelt Reviewed by Joachim Vette (page 912)
  • Tammi J. Schneider, Mothers of Promise: Women in the Book of Genesis Reviewed by Lissa M. Wray Beal (page 921)
  • Esther J. Hamori, "When Gods Were Men": The Embodied God in Biblical and Near Eastern Literature Reviewed by Rabbi David E. S. Stein (page 925)
  • Jeffrey J. Niehaus, Ancient Near Eastern Themes in Biblical Theology Reviewed by Krzysztof J. Baranowski (page 932)
  • Kevin L. Madigan and Jon D. Levenson, Resurrection: The Power of God for Christians and Jews Reviewed by Dan Clanton Jr. (page 935)
  • Susan Sink, The Art fo the Saint John's Bible: A Reader's Guide to Wisdom Books and Prophets Reviewed by Dan Clanton (page 943)
  • William M. Schniedewind and Joel H. Hunt, A Prime on Ugaritic: Language, Culture and Literature Reviewed by M.E.J. Richardson (page 944)
  • Stephanie Dalley, Esther's REvenge at Susa: From Sennacherib to Ahasuerus Reviewed by Alan Lenzi (page 963)
  • Index (page 967)



Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures VI
Edited by Ehud Ben Zvi
(Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures and its Contexts 7)
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