Bible and Qumran Articles

T&T Clark has posted some of the essays from their yet-to-be-published book in honor of Philip Davies’ 60th birthday. The book will be entitled, In Search of Philip R. Davies: Whose Festschrift Is It Anyway? and edited by Duncan Burns and John W. Rogerson. These articles are available in PDF format:

When YHWH Tests People: General Considerations and Particular Observations Regarding the Books of Chronicles and Job by Ehud Ben Zvi

Prophecy as Inspired Biblical Interpretation: The Teacher of Righteousness and David Koresh by Lester L. Grabbe

“Jew By Nature”: Paul, Ethnicity, and Galatians by R. Barry Matlock

The Second Temple Origins of the Halakhah of Besah by Jacob Neusner

Why Talk About the Past: The Bible, Epic and Historiography by Thomas L. Thompson

The Rhetoric of 2 Peter: An Apologia for Early Christian Ethics (And Not ‘Primitive Christian Eschatology’) by Robert L. Webb

The Death of Biblical History by Keith W. Whitelam

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