Biblical Interpretation in Ancient Israel

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Analytical Index of Contents and Authors*
'al tiqré, 509 n. 6
A minori ad maius. See Qal wāḥōmer
Aaron, 330 and sons, 226-8
Abihu, 226
Abinadab, 392
Abomination
Abomination of Desolation, 484 n. 64
cultic, 494
of Canaanties, 119
Abraham, 239 , 373 , 375-6
Absalom, 383
Accidental sins, 190-4
Achan, 250 , 361
Adam, 370 , 372
Address by Marduk to the Demons, 453-4 , 464 n. 14
Addressee, 427-8
Adultery, 169-70 , 311
Adults, in law, 212
Aggadah, 281 , 431-3
Aggadic exegesis
compared with legal, 282-3
hermeneutics, 418-35
historiography, 290-1 , 380-3
legitimation of supplements, 529
as Scripture, 440
techniques, 419-25
Agnatic descent, 98 n. 31 , 104-5
Adaz, 154 , 186
Ahaziah, 402-3
Ahiqar, 26 , 35
Ahitophel, 383
Ahiyah the Shilonite, 72 , 470
ALBRIGHT, W. F., 54
Alexandrian grammarians, 66
Alienation (gara'), 98-9 , 105
ALT, A., 296
Altar-building, laws of, 263
Amalekites, 208
Amanuenses, 458
Ambiguity
aggadic, 285-6
divine attribute formulary, 335
Hammurabi's Laws, 233-4
legal, 91-7 , 145-51 , 151-3 , 179-80 , 231-4 , 269-70
mantological, 501-3 , 508-9
of oath formulations, 500-1
oracular, 46-8 , 460-61 , 465-7 , 507
of prophetic rhetoric, 309-10
of verbal mood, 185
Amendment, legal, 99 , 103
Ammonites, 115-20 , 126-8
Amorites (Biblical). See Canaanites
Amos, 295-6 , 449
Analogy, See also Gězerah šawah ; Exegesis ; Heqeš ; Legal, analogy
aggadic, 298
analogical exegesis, 249-50 nn , 298
as basis for new laws, 103-4
Conquest to Exodus, 147
legal, 99 , 155-7 , 160-2 , 183 , 218-20 , 247-50
legal stylistics, 210-11 , 213
legal, aggadic, 313
Angelus interpres, 51 , 448 , 448 , 506-8 , 515-6
Anthologies, 430 , 495 , 514-8 , 520-21
Florilegia, 281
Anthropomorphism, 325-6 , 411
Antinomianism, 305-7 , 524
Antiochus IV, 486 , 494
Apocalyptic, 485 , 491 , 516 , 523-4 , 542
and historical redemption, 354
and prophecy, 476
Apodictic law. See Casuistic/apodictic (re)formulation
Apostasy, 309 , 365-7
cultic, 400
desert, 366-7 , 397-9
Appendix. See Coda ; Legal, appendix
Arbiter, legal, 239

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