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Journal of Biblical Literature 132, no. 1

The latest issue of the Journal of Biblical Literature includes:

  • John Dominic Crossan, “A Vision of Divine Justice: The Resurrection of Jesus in Eastern Christian Iconography”
  • Jill Hicks-Keeton, “Already/Not Yet: Eschatological Tension in the Book of Tobit”
  • Shane Berg, “Ben Sira, the Genesis Creation Accounts, and the Knowledge of God’s Will”
  • Seth Bledsoe, “Can Ahiqar Tell Us Anything about Personified Wisdom?”
  • Richard Steiner, “Four Inner-Biblical Interpretations of Genesis 49:10: On the Lexical and Syntactic Ambiguities of עַד as Reflected in the Prophecies of Nathan, Ahijah, Ezekiel, and Zechariah”
  • Richard Hicks, “Markan Discipleship according to Malachi: The Significance of μὴ ἀποστερήσῃς in the Story of the Rich Man (Mark 10:17-22)”
  • David Moffitt and Jacob Butera, “P. Duk. inv. 727r: New Evidence for the Meaning and Provenance of the Word Προσήλυτος”
  • Ronald Troxel, “The Problem of Time in Joel”
  • Jonathan Stökl, “The מתנבאות in Ezekiel 13 Reconsidered”
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