Inheriting Abraham: The Legacy of the Patriarch in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

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Index of Modern Authors
Albeck, Ch., 226n17
Albertz, Rainer, 224n8
Alexander, Desmond T., 219n24
Anderson, Gary A., 226n13
Arnold, Bill T.,220n21
Baeck, Leo, 228n46
Bakhos, Carol, 222n55
Barclay, John M. G., 228n39
Ben-Meir, Ruth, 227n32
Birnbaum, Ellen, 226n16
Blenkinsopp, Joseph, 224n8
Blum, Erhard, 217n13
Boehm, Omri, 221n27
Bonner, Michael, 223n65
Borrmans, Maurice, 234nn77 and 79
Boyarin, Daniel, 156, 227n37, 228n40, 230n17
Buell, Denise Kimber, 228n41
Bushman, Richard Lyman, 215n10
Cook, Michael, 197, 233n61
Cross, Frank Moore, 224nn7 and 8, 232n56
Delaney, Carol, 223nn60 and 62
Denzinger, Heinrich, 230n11
Dunn, James D. G., 156–57, 227n37, 228n39
Ego, Beate, 225n7, 226nn11 and 13
Eichler, Barry L., 39, 218n4
Eliade, Mircea, 147, 227n22
Ellenson, David, 230n19
Epstein, J. N., 226n17
Fackenheim, Emil L., 223nn57 and 59
Fakhry, Majid, 215n7
Feiler, Bruce, 174–76, 178, 181–84, 202, 229nn4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9, 231n27, 233n67
Feldman, Louis H., 224n18
Firestone, Reuven, 105, 222nn53, 54, and 55, 233n64
Fredriksen, Paula, 158, 228n43
Friedman, Richard Elliott, 221n27
Gabba,Emilio, 224n14
Gager, John, 228n45
Garsiel, Bat-Sheva, 222n52, 231nn40 and 42
Gaston, Lloyd, 228n45
Goichon, A.-M., 234n80
Goshen-Gottstein, Alon, 204, 233n68
Green, Arthur, 229n57
Greenberg, Moshe, 217–18n24
Gregory, Bradley C., 226nl3
Griffith, Sidney H., 177–78, 230n13, 233nn73, 74, 76, and 78
Hadot, Pierre, 225n24
Hare, John E., 223n57
Hawting, G. R, 230n14
Hayward, C.T.R., 224n10
Hendel, Ronald, 216n11
Hirshman, Marc, 229n52
Hodge, Caroline Johnson, 228n41
Huffmon, H. B., 225n6
Jacobsen, Thorkild, 224n12
Jaffee, Martin S., 196–97, 201, 232n60
Kaltner, John, 224n11
Kaminsky, Joel S., 34, 217n21, 218n26
Kanarek, Jane, 221nn32 and 39
Kant, Immanuel, 106–7, 222n56

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Table of contents

  • Library of Jewish Ideas Cosponsored by the Tikvah Fund ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • A Note on Transliteration from Hebrew xiii
  • Abbreviations xv
  • Introduction Who Was (and Is) Abraham? 1
  • Chapter One - Call and Commission 18
  • Chapter Two - Frustrations and Fulfillments 36
  • Chapter Three - The Test 66
  • Chapter Four - The Rediscovery of God 113
  • Chapter Five - Torah or Gospel? 139
  • Chapter Six - One Abraham or Three? 173
  • Notes 215
  • Index of Primary Sources 235
  • Index of Modern Authors 243
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