Gentile Impurities and Jewish Identities: Intermarriage and Conversion from the Bible to the Talmud

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Index of Citations

HEBREW BIBLE

Genesis
1 43
1:26–27 20
1:31 20
2:7 20
2:24 50, 93
4:10–12 228n17 6:11– 12 43
9:3–6 39
12:10 227n9
14:19 227n8
15:6 79, 88
15:13 227n9
17:8 227n9
17:9–14 238n27
23:4 227n9
24:2–4 80
31 235n60
34 24, 31, 232n50, 245n42, 246n48
34:13 74
34:13–24 77
34:14–17 238n27
34:31 245n35
35:2 235n60
35:4 235n64
38 229n25
41:9 229n25

Exodus
1:17 227n8
1:21 227n8
2:22 227n9
3:5 43
10:25 228n10
12:43–49 225n19
12:44 120–121
12:48 120–121
12:48–49 22
15:17–18 61
18:3 227n9
18:12 228n10
19:5–6 20, 74, 75, 244n26
22:20 22, 227n9, 232n47
23:9 22, 227n9
32 246n48
34:15 24
34:15–16 25

Leviticus
1:2 257n9
4:2 228n17
4:12 43
5:14–16 29
6:21 206, 282n4
7:7 21
10:19 261n42
11 210
11:16 269n12
11:31 269n12
11:32 206
11:41 42
12–15 12, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 33, 55, 107– 108, 109, 112–113, 122–123, 193
14:34ff 110
14:47ff 110
15 233n53
15:2 109, 125
15:24 24
17 218
17:8 233n55
17:10 39, 233n55
17:12 39
17:13 233n55
17:15 233n55, 257n20
17:15–16 6, 38, 39, 40, 114, 233n55, 235n57
18–26 23
18 12, 23, 76, 80–81, 246n54, 247n57
18:3 203
18:20 41
18:21 69, 74, 76, 87, 91, 154, 158, 246n54, 272nn40–41 and 43
18:24 132, 246n54
18:24–30 23
18:24–25 40, 236n68
18:27–28 25
18:28 74, 132
18:30 132
19:8 232n47
19:9 256n9
19:19 253n23
19:31 40, 246n54
19:34 227n9
20 12, 23, 76, 80–81, 246n54, 247n57
20:1–6 246n54
20:2 233n55
20:2–3 40
20:3 74, 132
20:11–24 246n54
20:22 74
21 28
21:4 26

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