Journal of Biblical Literature

The Fall 2010 issue of the Journal of Biblical Literature has the following articles:

“Flight of the Fugitives: Rethinking the Relationship between Biblical Law and the Davidic Succession Narrative” by Jonathan Burnside

“Why Did Hannah Ask for ‘Seed of Men’?” by Michael Carasik

“Elaborated Evidence for the Priority of 1 Samuel 26” by Steven L. McKenzie

“When More Leads to Less: Overstatement, Incrementum, and the Question in Job 4:17a” by Richard Whitekettle

“A Note on Peshitta Job 28:23” by Brian J. Alderman and Brent A. Strawn

“A Comparative Note on the Demand for Witnessesin Isaiah 43:9” by Shalom E. Holtz

“Mattathias and the Jewish Man of Modein” by Benjamin Edidin Scolnic

Oxyrhynchus Papyrus 2069 and the Compositional History of 1 Enoch” by Randall D. Chestnutt

“The Man With the Flow of Power: Porous Bodies in Mark 5:25-34” by Candida R. Moss

“A Disconcerting Prayer: On the Originality of Luke 23:34a” by Nathan Eubank

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