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Volume 130, Number 2, Summer 2011

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Biblical Literature

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Differentiation in Genesis 1: An Exegetical Creation ex nihilo

pp. 209-226

Sexual Desire?: Eve, Genesis 3:16, and תשוקה

pp. 227-246

The Story of Saul’s Election (1 Samuel 9–10) in the Light of Mantic Practice in Ancient Iraq

pp. 247-261

The Rab Šāqēh between Rhetoric and Redaction

pp. 263-279

Did Nehemiah Own Tyrian Goods?: Trade between Judea and Phoenicia during the Achaemenid Period

pp. 281-298

The Dangerous Sisters of Jeremiah and Ezekiel

pp. 299-312

Suspense, Simultaneity, and Divine Providence in the Book of Tobit

pp. 313-327

A Centurion’s “Confession”: A Performance-Critical Analysis of Mark 15:39

pp. 329-350

Divine Judgment against Ananias and Sapphira (Acts 5: 1–11): A Stock Scene of Perjury and Death

pp. 351-369

What Do the Gentiles Have to Do with “All Israel”?: A Fresh Look at Romans 11:25–27

pp. 371-390

Does περιβόλαιον Mean “Testicle” in 1 Corinthians 11:15?

pp. 391-396

Blessing God and Cursing People: James 3:9–10

pp. 397-405

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