Restoration: Old Testament, Jewish, and Christian Perspectives

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49. LIETAERT PEERBOLTE, L.J. The Antecedents of Antichrist. A TraditioHistorical Study of the Earliest Christian Views on Eschatological Opponents. 1996. ISBN 90 04 10455 0

50. YARBRO COLLINS, A. Cosmology and Eschatology in Jewish and Chris tian Apocalypticism. 1996. ISBN 90 04 10587 5

51. MENN, E. Judah and Tamar (Genesis 38) in Ancient Jewish Exegesis. Studies in Literary Form and Hermeneutics. 1997. ISBN 90 04 10630 8

52. NEUSNER, J. Jerusalem and Athens. The Congruity of Talmudic and Classical Philosophy. 1996. ISBN 90 04 10698 7

53. LARSON, E.W. The Translation of Enoch from Aramaic into Greek. ISBN 90 04 10690 1 (In preparation)

54. COLLINS, J.J. Seers, Sibyls & Sages in Hellenistic-Roman Judaism. 1997. ISBN 90 04 10752 5

55. BAUMGARTEN, A.I. The Flourishing of Jewish Sects in the Maccabean Era: An Interpretation. 1997. ISBN 90 04 10751 7

56. SCOTT, J.M. (ed.). Exile: Old Testament, Jewish, and Christian Con ceptions. 1997. ISBN 90 04 10676 6

57. HENTEN, J-.W. VAN The Maccabean Martyrs as Saviours of the Jewish People. A Study of 2 and 4 Maccabees. 1997. ISBN 90 04 10976 5

58. FELDMAN, L.H. Studies in Josephus' Rewritten Bible. 1998.

ISBN 90 04 10839 4

59. MORRAY-JONES, C.R.A. A Transparent Illusion. The Dangerous Vision of Water in Hekhalot Mysticism: A Source-Critical and Tradition-Historical Inquiry. (In preparation) 1999. ISBN 90 04 11337 1

60. HALPERN-AMARU, B. The Empowerment of Women in the Book of Jubilees. 1999. ISBN 90 04 11414 9

61. HENZE, M. The Madness of King Nebuchadnezzar. The Ancient Near Eastern Origins and Early History of Interpretation of Daniel 4. 1999. ISBN 90 04 11421 1

62. VANDERKAM, J.C. From Revelation to Canon. Studies in the Hebrew Bible and Second Tempel Literature. ISBN 90 04 11557 9 (In preparation)

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