Genesis as Dialogue: A Literary, Historical, & Theological Commentary

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Abela, A. 2001. “Is Genesis the Introduction of the Primary History?” In The Book of Genesis, ed. A. Wénin, 397–406. See Wénin, ed.

Abrams, M. H. 1953. The Mirror and the Lamp: Romantic Theory and the Critical Tradition. New York: Oxford University Press.

Adar, Zvi. 1990. The Book of Genesis: An Introduction to the Biblical World. Jerusalem: Magnes.

Ajzenstat, Oona. 1995. “Jesus and the New Odysseus: An Analysis of a Literary Source of John 9 and 10. Paper delivered to the SBL, Philadelphia, Nov. 18, 1995.

Ajzenstat, Oona. 2000. “Tamar or how the messianic symbol stands for the teaching of ethics. Paper delivered at Thornloe University, March 2000.

Albertz, Rainer. 1992. Religionsgeschichte Israel in altteestamentlicher Zeit. Vol. I. Von den Anfangen bis zum Ende der Konigzeit. Grundrisse zum Alten Testament; Erganzungsreihe 8/1. Gottingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. Eng Trans: A History of Israelite Religion in the Old Testament Period. I. London: SCM, 1994. [Vol II, From the Exile to the Maccabees. Louisville, Westminster/John Knox, 1994].

Albright, William F. 1964. “An Introduction to H. Gunkel's The Legends of Genesis. See Gunkel, 1964.

Alexander, T. D. 1992. “Are the Wife/Sister Incidents of Genesis Literary Compositional Variants?” VT 42: 145–153.

Alexander, T. D. 1997. Abraham in the Negev: A Source-critical Investigation of Genesis 20 : 1–22:19. Carlisle, England: Paternoster.

Allen, Christine G. 1979. “'On Me Be the Curse, My Son!'” In Encounter With the Text: Form and History in the Hebrew Bible, ed. M. J. Buss. Missoula, Mont.: Scholars; and Philadephia: Fortress, 159–172.

Allen, Thomas W. 1917–1919. Homeri Opera. 2d ed. Tomus III: Odyssae Libros I– XII continens [1917]. Tomus IV: XIII-XXIV [1919]. Oxford: Clarendon.

Alter, Robert. 1981. The Art of Biblical Narrative. New York: Basic Books.

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