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Golda Akhiezer, "The Intellectual Life and Cultural Milieu of Jewish Communities in Medieval Kaffa and Solkhat," pp. 1–21; Shai A. Alleson-Gerberg, "The Sabbatian Who Devoured His Son: Jacob Emden's Anti-Sabbatian Polemics of Cannibalism," pp. 23–46; Itzhak Brand, "Secular Law as the 'King's Law': Zionist Halakhah and Legal Theory," pp. 47–66; Robert A. Harris, "Sexual Orientation in the Presentation of Joseph's Character in Biblical and Rabbinic Literature," pp. 67–104; Michael L. Miller, "A Noisy and Noisome Marketplace: The Jewish Tandelmarkt in Prague," pp. 105–123; Sara Ronis, "A Seven-Headed Demon in the House of Study: Understanding a Rabbinic Demon in Light of Zoroastrian, Christian, and Babylonian Textual Traditions," pp. 125–142; Shana Strauch Schick, "From Dungeon to Haven: Competing Theories of Gestation in Leviticus Rabbah and the Babylonian Talmud," pp. 143–168; Maeera Y. Shreiber, "'Oh Mohammed, Are You Still Awake?': Admiel Kosman, Martin Buber, and the Poetics of Engagement," pp. 169–187.


Stephen Pattemore, "From the Editor," pp. 3–4; David J. Clark, "In Memoriam Paul Ellingworth (1931–2018)," pp. 5–8; Matthew R. Malcolm, "Governing Imagery and the Translation of the Words philadelphia and anachusis in 1 Peter 1.22 and 4.4," pp. 9–15; Bill T. Richardson, "Are We Speaking the Same Language? The Influence of Scripture Translations on How Christians and Muslims Talk about God," pp. 16–34; Andrew Maust, "Offers of Opportunity: Function-Added Bible Translation and Language Promotion," pp. 35–49; Koowon Kim, "Eli, "Enemy of a Temple"? A Study of in 1 Samuel 2.29 and 2.32," pp. 50–63; June F. Dickie, "The Importance of Literary Rhythm When Translating Psalms for Oral Performance (in Zulu)," pp. 64–81; Jeff Miller, "Breaking the Rules: Lectio Brevior Potior and New Testament Textual Criticism," pp. 82–93; Zoe Hollinger, "Rethinking the Translation of τρέχωμεν τὸν…ἀγῶνα in Hebrews 12.1 in Light of Ancient Graeco-Roman Literature," pp. 94–111.


Stephen Pattemore, "From the Editor," pp. 123–124; Lily Kahn and Riitta-Liisa Valijärvi, "The Translation of Hebrew Flora and Fauna Terminology in North Sámi and West Greenlandic fin de siècle Bibles," [End Page 489] pp. 125–144; David J. Clark, "Provocative Vocatives in the Gospels: Part 1, Mark," pp. 145–153; Richard Pleijel, "Translating the Biblical Hebrew Word Nephesh in Light of New Research," pp. 154–166; Paul R. Kroeger, "Translating Presuppositions," pp. 167–183; Eric J. Tully, "The Character of the Peshitta Version of Ruth," pp. 184–206; Ellen van Wolde, "Psalm 102.13–23: Qualifications Rather Than Actions," pp. 207–222.

BIBLICA. 100.1 (2019)

Maurice Gilbert, "Le centenaire de la revue Biblica," pp. 1–13; Leonardo Pessoa Da Silva Pinto, "The Beginning of the Καίγε Section of 2 Samuel," pp. 14–33; Tobias Häner, "The Exegetical Function of the Additions to Old Greek Job (42,17a–e)," pp. 34–49; Richard J. Clifford, "Another Look at Qoheleth 7,23–29," pp. 50–59; Ronald Hendel, "The Life of Metaphor in Song of Songs: Poetics, Canon, and the Cultural Bible," pp. 60–83; Morten Hørning Jensen, "Atonement Theology in the Gospel of Mark as Isaianic Proximity to the Divine," pp. 84–104; Jean-Noël Aletti, "The Rhetorical Approach: A Better Method for Interpreting the Letters of Paul? Rom 1,18–3,20 as a Test Case," pp. 105–116; Debbie Hunn, "The Hagar-Sarah Allegory: Two Covenants, Two Destinies," pp. 117–134.

BIBLICA. 100.2 (2019)

Mathias Winkler, "Eine Epiphanie 'zwischen den Zeilen' in Ex 17,6?" pp. 161–172; Guy Darshan, "The Semantic Shift of and in Ben Sira in Its Hellenistic Context," pp. 173–186; William E. Bivin, "Domain-Based Conditionality in Biblical Hebrew," pp. 187–206; Alfredo Delgado Gómez, "The Literary Functions of the Loanwords and Codeswitching in John's Gospel," pp. 207–228; Juraj Feník, "Construction Imagery in Colossians," pp. 229–248; Marion L. Soards, "Following Paul along the Way of the Parting of Judaism and Christianity," pp. 249–271; John Burnight, "A New Interpretation of Job 6,5–7," pp. 272...