Journal of Biblical Literature 134, no. 1

The latest issue of the Journal of Biblical Literature includes:

  • Athalya Brenner-Idan, “Introduction to the Presidential Address”
  • Fernando F. Segovia, “Presidential Address: Criticism in Critical Times: Reflections on Vision and Task”
  • Duane E. Smith, “The Divining Snake: Reading Genesis 3 in the Context of Mesopotamian Ophiomancy”
  • David E. S. Stein, “A Rejoinder concerning Genesis 3:6 and the NJPS Translation”
  • Murray H. Lichtenstein, “The Fearsome Sword of Genesis 3:24”
  • Kerry D. Lee, “Two Translations of HSS V 67 and Their Significance for Genesis 16, 21, and 30”
  • Ken Brown, “Vengeance and Vindication in Numbers 31”
  • Orly Keren and Hagit Taragan, “Merab, Saul’s Mute and Muffled Daughter”
  • Joshua Bermanz, “The Legal Blend in Biblical Narrative (Joshua 20:1–9, Judges 6:25–31, 1 Samuel 15:2, 28:3–25, 2 Kings 4:1–7, Jeremiah 34:12–17, Nehemiah 5:1–12)”
  • John B. Whitley, “עיפה in Amos 4:13: New Evidence for the Yahwistic Incorporation of Ancient Near Eastern Solar Imagery”
  • Warren Carter, “Cross-Gendered Romans and Mark’s Jesus: Legion Enters the Pigs (Mark 5:1–20)”
  • David Lertis Matson, “Pacifist Jesus? The (Mis)Translation of ἐᾶτε ἓως τούτου in Luke 22:51”
  • Daniel Lynwood Smith, “Interrupted Speech in Luke-Acts”
  • Ryan S. Schellenberg, “The First Pauline Chronologist? Paul’s Itinerary in the Letters and in Acts”
  • Jennifer A. Glancy, “The Sexual Use of Slaves: A Response to Kyle Harper on Jewish and Christian Porneia

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