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  • 'And The Two Shall Become One Flesh'by J. Paul Sampley

    Cambridge University Press 2004; US$ 44.00 US$ 36.08

    In this detailed exegesis of Ephesians 5: 21-33 Dr Sampley discusses and describes the background and sources of the Epistle. more...

  • 'And so we Came to Rome 'by Paul W. Walaskay

    Cambridge University Press 2005; US$ 32.00 US$ 26.24

    This book raises questions about Luke's apology, and refutes the traditional view that he was writing an apologia pro ecclesia. more...

  • "Isaiah Saw His Glory"by Daniel J. Brendsel

    De Gruyter 2014; US$ 154.00

    The influence of Isaiah on John?s gospel has long been recognized but has not received monograph-length attention. This work is a beginning attempt to fill that void. It is argued that John 12:1-43 mirrors Isa 52:7-53:1, highlighting Jesus? identity as Servant and announcing that the Isaianic new exodus is secured by Jesus? rejection/death.... more...

  • "It is the Spirit that Gives Life"by Gitte Buch-Hansen

    De Gruyter 2010; US$ 252.00

    Since Origen and Chrysostom, John?s Gospel has been valued as the most spiritual among the New Testament writings. Although Origen recognizes the Stoic character of John?s statement that ?God is pneuma? (4:24), an examination of the gospel in light of Stoic physics has not yet been carried out. Instead the Johannine spirit has been absorbed... more...

  • "Paradise Lost" and the Rhetoric of Literary Formsby Barbara Kiefer Lewalski

    Princeton University Press 2014; US$ 54.00 US$ 43.20

    This comprehensive study interprets Paradise Lost as a rhetoric of literary forms, by attending to the broad spectrum of literary genres, modes, and exemplary works Milton incorporates within that poem. Originally published in 1985. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print... more...

  • "To Teach" in Ancient Israelby Wendy L. Widder

    De Gruyter 2014; US$ 119.00

    Numerous studies have sought to understand the nature ofeducation and the extent of literacy in ancient Israel, but none has asked what the ancient Israelites thought about teaching. This study is the first to ask how they conceived of the teaching process. It furthers our understanding of the ancient Israelites? concept of teaching, and... more...

  • "What Did Ezekiel See?"by Christman Angela Russell

    BRILL 2005; US$ 156.00

    ?What Did Ezekiel See?? demonstrates how patristic commentators, through careful attention to Ezekiel 1, its relation to other biblical books, and the emerging interpretive tradition, found this text to illuminate theological issues concerning the Bible?s unity, knowledge of God, and Christian virtue. more...

  • "When Gods Were Men"by Esther J. Hamori

    De Gruyter 2008; US$ 126.00

    This study begins with the analysis of a type of divine appearance in the Old Testament, here called ?human theophany?, in which God is described as having a concrete human form. The book includes a delineation of various types of anthropomorphism (such as God appearing in concrete human form, as opposed to only in dreams), analysis of the... more...

  • "Why Ask My Name?"by Adele Reinhartz

    Oxford University Press 1998; US$ 114.99 US$ 98.89

    Unnamed characters--such as Lot's wife, Jephthah's daughter, Pharaoh's baker, and the witch of Endor--are ubiquitous in the Hebrew Bible and appear in a wide variety of roles. Adele Reinhartz here seeks to answer two principal questions: first, is there a "poetics of anonymity," and if so, what are its contours? Second, how does anonymity affect the... more...