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Journal of Biblical Literature 131, no. 4

The latest issue of the Journal of Biblical Literature includes:

  • Jonathan Kaplan, “1 Samuel 8:11-18 as ‘A Mirror for Princes'”
  • Nizzim Amzallag and Mikhal Avriel, “The Cryptic Meaning of the Isaiah 14 Māšāl
  • Mark Hamilton, “Isaiah 32 as Literature and Political Meditation”
  • Mark Awabdy, “Yhwh Exegetes Torah: How Ezekiel 44:7–9 Bars Foreigners from the Sanctuary”
  • Christian Stadel, “A Septuagint Translation Tradition and the Samaritan Targum to Genesis 41:43″
  • John Meier, “The Parable of the Wheat and the Weeds (Matthew 13:24–30): Is Thomas‘s Version (Logion 57) Independent?”
  • Andrew Simmonds, “Mark’s and Matthew’s Sub Rosa Message in the Scene of Pilate and the Crowd”
  • Matthew Rindge, “Reconfiguring the Akedah and Recasting God: Lament and Divine Abandonment in Mark”
  • Benjamin Lappenga, “Misdirected Emulation and Paradoxical Zeal: Paul’s Redefinition of ‘The Good’ as Object of ζῆλος in Galatians 4:12–20”
  • Callie Callon, “Secondary Characters Furthering Characterization: The Depiction of Slaves in the Acts of Peter
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