|Prologue: Can Modern Critical Bible scholarship Have a
PHENOMENOLOGY OF BIBLICAL RELIGION
AND LAW |
|Three Conceptions of the Torah in Hebrew Scriptures||11|
|Some Postulates of Biblical Criminal Law||25|
|The Biblical Conception of Asylum||43|
|Biblical Attitudes Toward Power: Ideal and Reality in Law and Prophets||51|
|Aspects of Biṭṭ;aḥon in Hebrew Thought||63|
|On the Refinement of the Conception of Prayer in Hebrew Scriptures||75|
|Religion: Stability and Ferment||109|
|Reflections on Apocalyptic||163|
|Kaufmann on the Bible: An Appreciation||175|
THE BIBLICAL TEXT AND ITS INTERPRETATION |
|The Stabilization of the Text of the Hebrew Bible, Reviewed in the Light of
the Biblical Materials from the Judean Desert||191|
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Book title: Studies in the Bible and Jewish Thought.
Contributors: Moshe Greenberg - Author.
Publisher: Jewish Publication Society.
Place of publication: Philadelphia.
Publication year: 1995.
Page number: vii.
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