The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures is an academic, peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of the Hebrew Bible, and provides a forum for critical scholarly exchange. The Logos edition of the Journal of Hebrew Scriptures includes all the articles and reviews from 1996 to 2007, giving you access to the most important contributions to Hebrew scholarship from the past decade! You’ll find hundreds of articles from top Hebrew scholars on the latest trends in Hebrew and Old Testament scholarship, including historical, literary, textual, and interpretive topics. The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures also includes hundreds of reviews of the most important scholarly works, lexicons and grammars, and reference works from Old Testament scholarship.
The powerful search tools in your Logos Bible Software give you instant access to all of the content in the Journal of Hebrew Scriptures. What’s more, Scripture references are linked to the Hebrew texts and to the wealth of language resources in your digital library. Save yourself from turning pages, from cross-referencing citations, and from unnecessarily complex research projects. The Logos edition of the Journal of Hebrew Scriptures also allows you to cut-and-paste the content you need for citations—and automatically create footnotes in your document using your preferred style guide.
With the Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, combined with the power of your Logos Bible Software, you have the most important tools you need for your research projects and biblical study.
Logos continually strives to integrate the best of scholarship for your theological studies. Be sure to look at the journals available for your digital library, and check back often as we frequently add new resources.
- Hundreds of articles and reviews
- More than 2,500 pages of scholarly articles
- Contributions from top Hebrew scholars on the latest research and trends
A sampling of the hundreds of contributors to the Journal of Hebrew Scriptures:
- Philip R. Davies
- William K. Gilders
- Philippe Guillaume
- Gary N. Knoppers
- Aron Pinker
- John Van Seters
- Ehud Ben Zvi
A sampling of the hundreds of author reviews in the Journal of Hebrew Scriptures:
- Walter Brueggemann
- Anthony Campbell
- Terence E. Fretheim
- Mark D. Futato
- Richard S. Hess
- Alice Hunt
- Bruce M. Metzger
- Mark O’Brien
- Annette Schellenberg
- C. L. Seow
- Marvin Sweeney
About Ehud Ben Zvi
Ehud Ben Zvi received his Ph.D. from Emory University in 1990, and serves as professor in the Department of History and Classics at the University of Alberta. He devotes his teaching and research energies to the Hebrew Bible, the Ancient Near East, the Second Temple Period, and Judaism, and has published several books and numerous articles. In addition to serving as general editor for the Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, he has served as the president of the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies and as the president of the Northwest American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical Literature. He is also a member of the editorial board of the Review of Biblical Literature, also available from Logos.