Seers, Sibyls, and Sages in Hellenistic-Roman Judaism

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The following articles have been published previously and are republished with permission:

“Before the Canon. Scriptures in Second Temple Judaism,” in Old
Testament Interpretation. Past Present and Future. Essays in Honor of Gene
M. Tucker
, ed. J.L. Mays, D.L. Petersen and K.H. Richards (Nash-
ville: Abingdon, 1995) 225–41, published by permission of Abing-
don Press.

“Genre, Ideology and Social Movements in Jewish Apocalypticism,”
Mysteries and Revelations. Apocalyptic Studies since the Uppsala Colloquium,
ed. J.J. Collins and J.H. Charlesworth (JSPSup 9; Sheffield: JSOT,
1991) 11–32, published by permission of Sheffield Academic Press.

“The Place of Apocalypticism in the Religion of Israel, Ancient Is-
raelite Religion, Essays in Honor of F.M. Cross
, ed. P.D. Miller, P.D.
Hanson and S.D. McBride (Philadelphia: Fortress, 1987) 539–58,
published by permission of AugsburgFortress Publishers.

“Jewish Apocalyptic Against its Hellenistic Near Eastern Environ-
ment,” BASOR 220(1975) 27–36, published by permission of the
American School of Oriental Research.

“Apocalyptic Eschatology as the Transcendence of Death,” CBQ
36(1974) 21–43, published by permission of the Catholic Biblical
Association.

“The Kingdom of God in the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha,” The
Kingdom of God in Twentieth Century Interpretation
, ed. W. Willis (Pea-
body, MA: Hendrickson, 1987) 81–95, published by permission of
Hendrickson publishers.

“Nebuchadnezzar and the Kingdom of God. Deferred Eschatology
in the Jewish Diaspora,” in Loyalitätskonflikte in der Religionsgeschichte.
Festschrifi für Carsten Colpe
, ed. Christoph Elsas and Hans G. Kip-
penberg (Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 1990) 252–57,
published by permission of Königshausen & Neumann Verlag.

“Stirring up the Great Sea. The Religio-Historical Background of
Daniel 7,” The Book of Daniel in the Light of New Findings, ed. A.S.
van der Woude; Leuven: Leuven University Press, 1993) 121–36,
published by permission of Leuven University Press.

“The Meaning of ‘The End’ in the Book of Daniel,” Of Scribes and
Scrolls. Studies on the Hebrew Bible, Intertestamental Judaism and Christian

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