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The interpretation of scripture in early Judaism and Christianity
LCC: BS500 .I58 2004 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 220.609/015 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2005299033
Table Of Contents
'The law and the words' as a canonical formula within the Old Testament / Stephen B. Chapman
Death shall be their shepherd: an interpretation of Psalm 49.15 in the Masoretic text and the Septuagint / Staffan Olofsson
On the use of scripture in the development of militant Davidic messianism at Qumran: new light from Psalm of Solomon 17 / Kenneth R. Atkinson
Josephus's biblical paraphrase as a commentary on contemporary issues / Louis H. Feldman
Torah of Moses: pseudonymous attribution in Second Temple writings / Hindy Najman
One good story deserves another: the hermeneutics of invoking secondary biblical episodes in the narratives of Pseudo-Philo and the Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs / Bruce N. Fisk
The noun-vocabulary of Jesus' Aramaic / John Pairman Brown
The kingdom of heaven forcefully advances / R. Steven Notley
Peter as Jesus' mouth: Matthew 16.13-20 in the light of Exodus 4.10-17 and other models / Benedict T. Viviano
At the well of living water: Jacob traditions in John 4 / Ellen B. Aitken
'Interpretive citation' in the epistle of Barnabas and the early Christian attitude towards the Temple Mount / Yaron Z. Eliav
The role of 'The Attribute of Justice' in the Targumim / Christian M.M. Brady
'Is Saul also among the scribes?' Scribes and prophets in Targum Jonathan / Anthony J. Saldarini
Doeg the Edomite: from biblical villain to rabbinic sage / Richard Kalmin
The use of the Derash method in the Targum of Ezekiel / Josep Ribera-Florit
Targum of the Song of songs and the dynamics of historical allegory / Esther M. Menn.
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Evans, Craig A. interpretation of scripture in early Judaism and Christianity