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  • Annual IndexVolume 133 (2014)
Aichele, George. See Miscall, Peter
Avalos, Hector, “Nebuchadnezzar’s Affliction: New Mesopotamian Parallels for Daniel 4,” 497–507
Baruchi-Unna, Amitai, “Two Clearings of Goats (1 Kings 20:27): An Interpretation Supported by an Akkadian Parallel,” 247–49
Berthelot, Katell, “Reclaiming the Land (1 Maccabees 15:28–36): Hasmonean Discourse between Biblical Tradition and Seleucid Rhetoric,” 539–59
Blount, Justine Ariel. See Lewis, Nicola Denzey
Burnight, John, “Job 5:7 as Eliphaz’s Response to Job’s ‘Malediction’ (3:3–10),” 77–94
Carr, David M., “Unified until Proven Disunified? Assumptions and Standards in Assessing the Literary Complexity of Ancient Biblical Texts,” 677–81
Concannon, Cavan W., “ ‘Not for an Olive Wreath, but Our Lives’: Gladiators, Athletes, and Early Christian Bodies,” 193–214
Couey, J. Blake, “The Disabled Body Politic in Isaiah 3:1, 8,” 95–109
Darshan, Guy, “The Origins of the Foundation Stories Genre in the Hebrew Bible and Ancient Eastern Mediterranean,” 689–709
Do, Toan, “Mόνον or μονῶν? Reading 1 John 2:2c from the Editio Critica Maior,” 603–25
Dolansky, Shawna, “Deuteronomy 34: The Death of Moses, Not of Source Criticism,” 669–76
Dulk, Matthijs den, “Seleucus I Nicator in 4 Maccabees,” 133–40
Ferda, Tucker S., “Matthew’s Titulus and Psalm 2’s King on Mount Zion,” 561–81
Fredriksen, Paula, “Paul’s Letter to the Romans, the Ten Commandments, and Pagan ‘Justification by Faith,’” 801–8
Frolov, Serge, “The Death of Moses and the Fate of Source Criticism,” 648–60
Gibson, Jonathan M., “Cutting Off ‘Kith and Kin,’ ‘Er and Onan’? Interpreting an Obscure Phrase in Malachi 2:12,” 519–37
Goodacre, Mark, “A Flaw in McIver and Carroll’s Experiments to Determine Written Sources in the Gospels,” 793–800
Hasegawa, Shuichi, “The Conquests of Hazael in 2 Kings 13:22 in the Antiochian Text,” 61–76
Hendel, Ronald, “Mind the Gap: Modern and Postmodern in Biblical Studies,” 422–43
Hornkohl, Aaron D., “Her Word versus His: Establishing the Underlying Text in 1 Samuel 1:23,” 465–77 [End Page 886]
Irvine, Stuart A., “Idols כתבונם: A Note on Hosea 13:2a,” 509–17
Jones, Brice C., “Three New Coptic Papyrus Fragments of 2 Timothy and Titus (P.Mich. inv. 3535b),” 389–97
Kirk, J. R. Daniel, and Stephen L. Young, “ ‘I Will Set His Hand to the Sea’: Psalm 88:26 LXX and Christology in Mark,” 333–40
Knowles, Michael P., “Serpents, Scribes, and Pharisees,” 165–78
Knust, Jennifer, and Tommy Wasserman, “The Biblical Odes and the Text of the Christian Bible: A Reconsideration of the Impact of Liturgical Singing on the Transmission of the Gospel of Luke,” 341–65
Konstan, David, “The Varieties of Pity,” 869–72
Larsson, Kristian, “Intertextual Density, Quantifying Imitation,” 309–31
Lateiner, Donald, “Pain and Pity in Two Postbiblical Responses to Joseph’s Power in Genesis,” 863–68
Lewis, Nicola Denzey, and Justine Ariel Blount, “Rethinking the Origins of the Nag Hammadi Codices,” 399–419
Llewelyn, Stephen R. See Wassell, Blake E.
Machiela, Daniel A., and Andrew B. Perrin, “Tobit and the Genesis Apocryphon: Toward a Family Portrait,” 111–32
Mackie, Scott D., “The Passion of Eve and the Ecstasy of Hannah: Sense Perception, Passion, Mysticism, and Misogyny in Philo of Alexandria, De ebrietate 143–52,” 141–63
Markl, Dominik, “No Future without Moses: The Disastrous End of 2 Kings 22–25 and the Chance of the Moab Covenant (Deuteronomy 29–30),” 711–28
Mayshar, Joram, “Who Was the Toshav?” 225–46
McLaughlin, John L., “Is Amos (Still) among the Wise?” 281–303
Meyers, Carol L., “Was Ancient Israel a Patriarchal Society?” 8–27
Mirguet, Françoise, “Emotional Responses to the Pain of Others in Josephus’s Rewritten Scriptures and the Testament of Zebulun: Between Power and Vulnerability,” 838–57

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ISSN
1934-3876
Print ISSN
0021-9231
Pages
pp. 886-888
Launched on MUSE
2014-12-19
Open Access
No
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