Tradition and Interpretation

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INDEX OF AUTHORS
Aartun, K., 56
Abel, F.M., 93n145, 349
Abrahams, I., 113n51
Ackroyd, P. R., 8n18, 29, 30, 101n13, 122, 132n42, 134n51, 142n82, 143n89, 153n134, 153n136, 153n140, 154n141, 155n143, 155n147, 156n152, 157n155, 157n156, 159n165, 161n172, 179n60, 332n37, 350, 382n92, 383, 402n19
Adams, A. W., 30
Aharoni, Y., 73n42, 77n61, 77n62, 77n65, 78n68, 79, 79n74, 79n75, 80n82, 81n84, 81n87, 82, 82n98, 84, 84n111, 84n112, 85n113, 85n114, 85n116, 86, 86n119, 86n120, 94, 94n148, 148n107, 288n28, 339n64, 347n82
Ahlström, G. W., 254, 272, 357, 357n15
Aistleitner, J., 39
Albrektson, B., 126, 126n9, 126n10, 126n11, 137n63, 372n66
Albright, W. F., xvi, 43, 72, 73, 79n69, 79n71, 81, 81n90, 82, 83n101, 83n102, 88n130, 94, 132n38, 231 f., 231n13, 235, 291, 310n61, 312n71, 317n90, 318, 352, 371, 371n62, 383, 414
Allegro, J. M., 350
Alt, A., xvi, 29, 65, 65n2, 66, 66n11, 81, 82, 83n99, 87, 88, 88n125, 94, 114 f., 114n56, 118n70, 280, 280n14, 284n22, 286n24, 291, 302n43, 304, 305, 305n50, 310n59, 314n80, 330n32, 355, 359, 360, 370n58, 375, 377, 394n13, 414
Altmann, A., 206n21, 212, 277n7
Amiran, R., 79, 79n75, 81n87, 84, 91n140, 284n22
Amsler, S., 195n11, 212
Andersen, F.I., 57
Anderson, A. A., 272
Anderson, B. W., 97n5, 123, 132n37, 166n20, 236, 349, 375n75, 386n3, 387n5, 398n17, 415
Anderson, G. W., 193n9, 212, 272, 292n32, 349, 351, 394, 394n12
Anderson, J. E., 99n8
Ap-Thomas, D. R., 29, 211n37, 212
Arenhoevel, D., 322, 322n3
Arens, A., 263, 272
Aro, J., 34
ben Asher, A., 11, 11n29, 12n30
Astour, M. C., 44
Audet, J. P., 223n10, 235
Auerbach, E., 239, 239n1
Augustine, 23
Auscher, D., 328n25
Avigad, N., 77, 77n64, 91, 91n141, 92, 311n64, 335n48
Avi-Yonah, M., 92, 94, 339n62, 350
Baars, W., 25
Bach, R., 361, 361n29
Bächli, O., 140n78, 142n87, 144, 144n93, 336n54
Baer, S., 11 f.
Baillet, M., 2n3
Balla, E., 255
Baltzer, K., 66n14, 133n46, 331n35, 373 ff., 374n72, 383, 415
Bange, L.A., 43
Barag, D., 329n28
Bardtke, H., 94
Bar Ilan, Y., 80n79
Baron, S. W., 318, 329n29
Barr, J., 47, 53, 58, 60, 63, 125n2, 199n15, 199n16, 211, 372n66, 383, 404n20, 416
Barrois, A. G., 95
Barthélemy, D., 2n3, 16n40, 17, 18n45
Bartlett, J. R., 332n38
Barton, D. M., 108n39, 124
Bauer, H., 52, 55
Baumgartner, W., 38, 52 f., 53n4, 58
Beeston, A. F. L., 36
Begrich, J., 169, 169n28, 241, 359, 359n25, 373, 373n69, 376
Bengtson, H., 326n17, 328n23, 328n24
Benoit, P., 2n4, 68n20
Bentzen, A., 96, 96n4, 122, 143n85, 166n15, 179, 179n63, 240, 259, 272
Benz, F. L., 60
Berger, P. R., 39n2, 331n35
Bergsträsser, G., 52
Bernhardt, K. H., 255, 356, 356n12, 383
Betz, H. D., 210n37, 212

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Introduction- Changing Perspectives in Old Testament Study xiii
  • I- The Textual Transmission of the Old Testament 1
  • Bibliography 29
  • II- Semitic Philology and the Interpretation of the Old Testament 31
  • III- Recent Archaeological Discoveries and Their Bearing on the Old Testament 65
  • Bibliography 94
  • IV- Pentateuchal Problems 96
  • Bibliography 122
  • V- Old Testament Historiography 125
  • VI- Prophecy and the Prophetic Literature 163
  • Bibliography 187
  • VII- Apocalyptic 189
  • Bibliography 212
  • VIII- Wisdom 214
  • Bibliography 234
  • IX- The Psalms and Israelite Worship 238
  • Bibliography 272
  • X- The History of Israel in the Pre-Exilic Period 274
  • Bibliography 318
  • XI- The History of Israel in the Exilic and Post-Exilic Periods 320
  • Bibliography 349
  • XII- The History of Israelite Religion 351
  • Bibliography 383
  • XIII- The Theology and Interpretation of the Old Testament 385
  • Bibliography 414
  • Index of Authors 429
  • General Index 439
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