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- Includes contributions from the world’s most distinguished biblical scholars
- Provides rigorous scholarship with fidelity to the message of the gospel
- “The Go’el in Ancient Israel: Theological Reflections on an Israelite Institution” by Robert L. Hubbard
- “Lamech in the Genealogies of Genesis” by Richard S. Hess
- “Self-Consciousness and Conversation: Reading Genesis 22” by Ellen F. Davis
- “Ezra and Nehemiah in the Light of the Texts from Persepolis” by H.G.M. Williamson
- “Uncleanness: A Moral or an Ontological Category in the Early Centuries A.D.?” by Jacob Neusner and Bruce D. Chilton
- “Signs and Faith in the Fourth Gospel” by Marianne M. Thompson
- “The Son of Man in Luke 5:24” by Darrell L. Bock
- “‘The End of the Earth’ (Acts 1:8)” by E. Earle Ellis