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Bridging Between Sister Religions: Studies of Jewish and by Isaac Kalimi

By Isaac Kalimi

This quantity is a set of clean essays in honor of Professor John T. Townsend. It specializes in the translation of the typical Jewish and Christian Scripture (the Hebrew Bible/Old testomony) and on its off-shoots (Rabbinic Judaism and the hot Testament), in addition to on Jewish-Christian family members. The participants, who're favourite students of their fields, contain James L. Crenshaw, Göran Eidevall, Anne E. Gardner, Lawrence M. Wills, Cecilia Wassen, Robert L. Brawley, Joseph B. Tyson, Eldon J. Epp, Yaakov Elman, Rivka Ulmer, Andreas Lehnardt, Reuven Kimelman, Bruce Chilton, and Michael W. Duggan.

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25. 32 J. L. Crenshaw, “Divine Discipline in Job 5:17–18, Proverbs 3:11–12, Deuteronomy 32:29, and Beyond,” in K. Dell and W. ), Reading Job Intertextually (Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies 574; London: Bloomsbury T. & T. Clark, 2013), pp. 178–189. 33 K. van der Toorn, “Sources in Heaven: Revelation as a Scholarly Construct in Second Temple Judaism,” in U. Hübner and E. A. ), Kein Land für sich allein: Studien zum Kulturkontakt in Kanaan, Israel/Palästina und Ebirnari für Manfred Weippert zum 65.

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Bauckham, “James and the Gentiles (Acts 15:13–21)” in B. ), History, Literature, and Society in the Book of Acts (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996), pp. 154–181, and W. E. Glenny, “The Septuagint and Apostolic Hermeneutics: Amos 9 in Acts 15,” BBR 22 (2012), pp. 1–26. 16 Translation quoted from the New Revised Standard Version. 17 This has been observed by von Weissenberg, “The Twelve,” pp. 373–374, who suggests, quite plausibly, that those parts of the book of Amos which contain social and cultic 36 Eidevall in the New Testament’s use of Amos.

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