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Library of Hebrew Bible / Old Testament Studies (LHBOTS) (382 vols.)
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Library of Hebrew Bible / Old Testament Studies (LHBOTS) (382 vols.)

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For over 40 years, the Library of Hebrew Bible / Old Testament Studies (formerly known as the Journal for the Study of Old Testament Series) has provided the foremost studies in Old Testament subjects. With unprecedented and highly-focused research, this unrivalled series expounds the Old Testament according to historical and theological perspectives, social-scientific and literary criticism, reception and cultural theories, and comparative mythological/religious studies. Authors like David J.A. Clines, David M. Gunn, Philip R. Davies, Lester L. Grabbe, and Eugene E. Carpenter show why the LHBOTS/JSOTS series has been one of the most respected sources for Old Testament scholarship. Stay on the cutting-edge of studies in Old Testament research—add this essential series to your Logos library today!

Logos features the largest collection of this series available for purchase. What’s more, these digital volumes feature all of the functionality you’ve come to expect from Logos—you’ll be able to look up words with a click and cross-reference Hebrew or theological dictionaries in your library. Bible references appear on mouseover in your preferred translation, and you can perform quick searches across this library to find the material you’re looking for. Create collections to manage these resources—perhaps by book of the Bible, so that you can perform searches across each volume on Amos or Exodus, for example, or by critical theory, so that you can find every critical study in feminist/women’s studies or in archaeological/architectural studies on the Old Testament. With Logos, you can bring all 380 volumes to the classroom on your tablet or smart phone—without straining your back.

You may also be interested in the Library of New Testament Studies, a similar monograph series on New Testament topics.

Key Features

  • Deepens your study of the Old Testament with hundreds of scholarly, academic works
  • Represents the definitive collection for the study of all things Old Testament
  • Features most of Logos’ currently available volumes in the LHBOTS and JSOTS series

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Individual Titles

  • Vol. 6: The Story of King David: Genre and Interpretation by David M. Gunn
  • Vol. 7: The Sense of Biblical Narrative: Structural Analyses in the Hebrew Bible, Vol. I by David Jobling
  • Vol. 10: The Theme of the Pentateuch by David J. A. Clines
  • Vol. 14: The Fate of King Saul by David M. Gunn
  • Vol. 16: Prophecy and Ethics: Isaiah and the Ethical Tradition of Israel by Eryl W. Davies
  • Vol. 17: The Roles of Israel’s Prophets by David L. Petersen
  • Vol. 18: The Double Redaction of the Deuteronomistic History by Richard D. Nelson
  • Vol. 19: Art and Meaning: Rhetoric in Biblical Literature by Alan J. Hauser, David J. A. Clines, David M. Gunn, eds.
  • Vol. 20: The Psalms of the Sons of Korah by Michael D. Goulder
  • Vol. 21: Colour Terms in the Old Testament by Athalya Brenner
  • Vol. 22: At the Mountain of God: Story and Theology in Exodus 32–34 by R. Walter L. Moberly
  • Vol. 23: The Glory of Israel: The Theology and Provenance of the Isaiah Targum by Bruce D. Chilton
  • Vol. 24: Midian, Moab and Edom: The History and Archaeology of Late Bronze and Iron Age Jordan and North-West Arabia by John F.A. Sawyer & David J.A. Clines, eds.
  • Vol. 25: The Damascus Covenant: An Interpretation of the “Damascus Document” by Philip R. Davies
  • Vol. 26: Classical Hebrew Poetry: A Guide to its Techniques by Wilfred G. E. Watson
  • Vol. 28: Hosea: An Israelite Prophet in Judean Perspective by Grace I. Emmerson
  • Vol. 30: Esther Scroll: The Story of the Story by David J. A. Clines (also called Esther Scroll: Its Genesis, Growth, and Meaning)
  • Vol. 31: In the Shelter of Elyon: Essays on Ancient Palestinian Life and Literature in Honor of G.W. Ahlström by W. Boyd Barrick and John R. Spencer
  • Vol. 32: The Prophetic Persona: Jeremiah and the Language of the Self by Timothy Polk
  • Vol. 33: Law and Theology in Deuteronomy by James Gordon McConville
  • Vol. 34: The Temple Scroll: An Introduction, Translation and Commentary by Johann Maier
  • Vol. 36: The Song of Fourteen Songs by Michael D. Goulder
  • Vol. 37: Understanding the Word: Essays in Honor of Bernhard W. Anderson by James T. Butler, Edgar W. Conrad, Ben C. Ollenburger
  • Vol. 38: Sleep, Divine and Human, in the Old Testament by Thomas H. McAlpine
  • Vol. 39: The Sense of Biblical Narrative: Structural Analyses in the Hebrew Bible, Vol. II by David Jobling
  • Vol. 40: Directions in Biblical Hebrew Poetry by Elaine R. Follis, ed.
  • Vol. 41: Zion, the City of the Great King: A Theological Symbol of the Jerusalem Cult by Ben C. Ollenburger
  • Vol. 42: A Word in Season: Essays in Honour of William McKane by James D. Martin
  • Vol. 43: Cult of Molek: A Reassessment by George C. Heider
  • Vol. 44: The Identity of the Individual in the Psalms by Steven J. L. Croft
  • Vol. 45: The Confessions of Jeremiah in Context: Scenes of Prophetic Drama by A.R. Pete Diamond
  • Vol. 46: The Book of Judges: An Integrated Reading by Barry G. Webb
  • Vol. 47: The Greek Text of Jeremiah: A Revised Hypothesis by Sven Soderlund
  • Vol. 50: The Chronicler’s History by Martin Noth
  • Vol. 52: Conflict of Faith and Experience in the Psalms: A Form-Critical and Theological Study of Selected Lament Psalms by Craig C. Broyles
  • Vol. 53: The Making of the Pentateuch: A Methodological Study by R. Norman Whybray
  • Vol. 54: From Repentance to Redemption: Jeremiah’s Thought in Transition by Jeremiah Unterman
  • Vol. 55: Origin Tradition of Ancient Israel: The Literary Formation of Genesis and Exodus 1–23 by Thomas L. Thompson
  • Vol. 56: The Purification Offering in the Priestly Literature: Its Meaning and Function by Nobuyoshi Kuichi
  • Vol. 57: Moses: Heroic Man, Man of God by George W. Coats
  • Vol. 59: Creative Biblical Exegesis: Christian and Jewish Hermeneutics through the Centuries by Henning Graf Reventlow & Benjamin Uffenheimer, eds.
  • Vol. 61: From Chaos to Restoration: An Integrative Reading of Isaiah 24–27 by Dan G. Johnson
  • Vol. 62: The Old Testament and Folklore Study by Patricia G. Kirkpatrick
  • Vol. 63: Shiloh: A Biblical City in Tradition and History by Donald G. Schley
  • Vol. 64: To See and Not Perceive: Isaiah 6.9–10 in Early Jewish and Christian Interpretation by Craig A. Evans
  • Vol. 65: There is Hope for a Tree: The Tree as Metaphor in Isaiah by Kirsten Nielsen
  • Vol. 66: Secrets of the Times: Myth and History in Biblical Chronology by Jeremy Hughes
  • Vol. 67: Ascribe to the Lord: Biblical and Other Essays in Memory of Peter C. Craigie by Lyle Eslinger, ed.
  • Vol. 68: The Triumph of Irony in the Book of Judges by Lillian R. Klein
  • Vol. 69: Zephaniah: A Prophetic Drama by Paul R. House
  • Vol. 70: Narrative Art in the Bible by Shimon Bar-Efrat
  • Vol. 71: Qohelet and His Contradictions by Michael V. Fox
  • Vol. 73: David’s Social Drama: A Hologram of Israel’s Early Iron Age by James W. Flanagan
  • Vol. 74: Structural Analysis of Biblical and Canaanite Poetry by Willem van der Meer
  • Vol. 75: David in Love and War: The Pursuit of Power in 2 Samuel 10-12 by Randall C. Bailey
  • Vol. 76: God is King: Understanding an Israelite Metaphor by Marc Zvi Brettler
  • Vol. 78: Swallowing the Scroll: Textuality and the Dynamics of Discourse in Ezekiel’s Prophecy by Ellen F. Davis
  • Vol. 79: Gibeah: The Search for a Biblical City by Patrick M. Arnold
  • Vol. 80: The Nathan Narratives by Gwilym H. Jones
  • Vol. 81: Anti-Covenant: Counter-Reading Women’s Lives in the Hebrew Bible by Mieke Bal
  • Vol. 82: Rhetoric and Biblical Interpretation by Dale Patrick and Allen Scult
  • Vol. 84: Into the Hands of the Living God by Lyle Eslinger
  • Vol. 85: From Carmel to Horeb: Elijah in Crisis by Alan J. Hauser & Russell Gregory
  • Vol. 86: The Syntax of the Verb in Classical Hebrew Prose by Alviero Niccacci
  • Vol. 87: The Bible in Three Dimensions: Essays in Celebration of Forty Years of Biblical Studies in the University of Sheffield by David J.A. Clines, Stanley E. Porter & Stephen E. Fowl, eds.
  • Vol. 88: The Persuasive Appeal of the Chronicler: A Rhetorical Analysis by Rodney K. Duke
  • Vol. 89: The Problem of the Process of Transmission in the Pentateuch by Rolf Rendtorff
  • Vol. 90: Biblical Hebrew in Transition by Mark F. Rooker
  • Vol. 91: Ideology of Ritual: Space, Time and Status in the Priestly Theology by Frank H. Gorman, Jr.
  • Vol. 92: On Humour and the Comic in the Hebrew Bible by Yehuda T. Radday & Athalya Brenner
  • Vol. 93: Joshua 24 as Poetic Narrative by William T. Koopmans
  • Vol. 94: What Does Eve Do to Help?: and Other Readerly Questions to the Old Testament by David J. A. Clines
  • Vol. 95: God Saves: Lessons from the Elisha Stories by Rick Dale Moore
  • Vol. 96: Announcements of Plot in Genesis by Laurence A. Turner
  • Vol. 97: The Unity of the Twelve by Paul R. House
  • Vol. 98: Ancient Conquest Accounts: A Study in Ancient Near Eastern and Biblical History Writing by K. Lawson Younger, Jr.
  • Vol. 99: Wealth and Poverty in the Book of Proverbs by R. Norman Whybray
  • Vol. 100: A Tribute to Geza Vermes. Essays on Jewish and Christian Literature and History by Philip R. Davies & Richard T. White, eds.
  • Vol. 101: The Chronicler in His Age by Peter R. Ackroyd
  • Vol. 102: The Prayers of David (Psalms 51-72: Studies in the Psalter, II)
  • Vol. 103: Sociology of Pottery in Ancient Palestine: The Ceramic Industry and the Diffusion of Ceramic Style in the Bronze and Iron Ages by Bryant G. Wood
  • Vol. 104: Psalm Structures: A Study of Psalms with Refrains by Paul R. Raabe
  • Vol. 105: Re-establishing Justice: Legal Terms, Concepts and Procedures in the Hebrew Bible by Pietro Bovati
  • Vol. 106: Graded Holiness: A Key to the Priestly Conception of the World by Philip Peter Jenson
  • Vol. 107: The Alien in Israelite Law: A Study of the Changing Legal Status of Strangers in Ancient Israel by Christiana van Houten
  • Vol. 108: The Forging of Israel: Iron Technology, Symbolism and Tradition in Ancient Society by Paula M. McNutt
  • Vol. 109: Scribes and Schools in Monarchic Judah: A Socio-Archaeological Approach by David W. Jamieson-Drake
  • Vol. 110: The Canaanites and Their Land: The Tradition of the Canaanites by Niels Peter Lemche
  • Vol. 111: Yahweh and the Sun: Biblical and Archaeological Evidence for Sun Worship in Ancient Israel by J. Glen Taylor
  • Vol. 112: Wisdom in Revolt: Metaphysical Theology in the Book of Job by Leo G. Perdue
  • Vol. 113: Property and the Family in Biblical Law by Raymond Westbrook
  • Vol. 114: A Traditional Quest: Essays in Honour of Louis Jacobs by Dan Cohn-Sherbok, ed.
  • Vol. 115: I Have Built You an Exalted House: Temple Building in the Bible in Light of Mesopotamian and North-West Semitic Writings by Victor Hurowitz
  • Vol. 116: Narrative and Novella in Samuel: Studies by Hugo Gressmann and Other Scholars, 1906-1923 by David M. Gunn, ed.
  • Vol. 118: Seeing and Hearing God with the Psalms: The Prophetic Liturgy of the Second Temple in Jerusalem by Raymond Jacques Tournay
  • Vol. 119: Telling Queen Michal’s Story: An Experiment in Comparative Interpretation by David J.A. Clines & Tamara C. Eskenazi, eds.
  • Vol. 120: The Reforming Kings: Cult and Society in First Temple Judah by Richard H. Lowery
  • Vol. 121: King Saul in the Historiography of Judah by Diana Vikander Edelman
  • Vol. 122: Images of Empire by Loveday Alexander, ed.
  • Vol. 123: Judahite Burial Practices and Beliefs about the Dead by Elizabeth Bloch-Smith
  • Vol. 124: Law and Ideology in Monarchic Israel by Baruch Halpern & Deborah W. Hobson, eds.
  • Vol. 125: Priesthood and Cult in Ancient Israel by Gary A. Anderson and Saul M. Olyan, eds.
  • Vol. 126: W.M.L. de Wette, Founder of Modern Biblical Criticism: An Intellectual Biography by John W. Rogerson
  • Vol. 127: The Fabric of History: Text, Artifact and Israel’s Past by Diana Vikander Edelman, ed.
  • Vol. 128: Biblical Sound and Sense: Poetic Sound Patterns in Proverbs 10–29 by Thomas P. McCreesh
  • Vol. 129: The Aramaic of Daniel in the Light of Old Aramaic by Zdravko Stefanovic
  • Vol. 130: Structure and the Book of Zechariah by Mike Butterworth
  • Vol. 131: Forms of Deformity by Lynn A. Holden
  • Vol. 132: Contexts for Amos. Prophetic Poetics in Latin American Perspective by Mark Daniel Carroll R.
  • Vol. 133: The Forsaken Firstborn: A Study of a Recurrent Motif in the Patriarchal Narratives by Roger Syrén
  • Vol. 134: Together in the Land: A Reading of the Book of Joshua by Gordon Mitchell
  • Vol. 135: Israel in Egypt: Reading Exodus 1–2 by Gordon F. Davies
  • Vol. 136: A Walk in the Garden: Biblical, Iconographical and Literary Images of Eden by Paul Morris and Deborah Sawyer, eds.
  • Vol. 137: Justice and Righteousness: Biblical Themes and their Influence by Henning Graf Reventlow & Yair Hoffman, eds.
  • Vol. 138: Text as Pretext: Essays in Honour of Robert Davidson by Robert P. Carroll, ed.
  • Vol. 139: Psalm and Story: Inset Hymns in Hebrew Narrative by James W. Watts
  • Vol. 140: Purity and Monotheism: Clean and Unclean Animals in Biblical Law by Walter Houston
  • Vol. 141: Debt-Slavery in Israel and the Ancient Near East by Gregory C. Chirichigno
  • Vol. 142: Divination in Ancient Israel and its Near Eastern Environment: A Socio-Historical Investigation by Frederick H. Cryer
  • Vol. 143: The New Literary Criticism and the Hebrew Bible by J. Cheryl Exum & David J.A. Clines, eds.
  • Vol. 144: Among the Prophets: Language, Image and Structure in the Prophetic Writings by Philip R. Davies & David J.A. Clines
  • Vol. 145: The Speeches of Micah: A Rhetorical-Historical Analysis by Charles S. Shaw
  • Vol. 149: Priests, Prophets and Scribes: Essays on the Formation and Heritage of Second Temple Judaism in Honour of Joseph Blenkinsopp by Eugene Ulrich, John W. Wright, Robert P. Carroll, & Philip R. Davies, eds.
  • Vol. 150: Tradition and Innovation in Haggai and Zechariah 1–8 by Janet E. Tollington
  • Vol. 152: Understanding Poets and Prophets: Essays in Honour of George Wishart Anderson by A. Graeme Auld, ed.
  • Vol. 153: Psalms and their Readers: Interpretive Strategies for Psalm 18 by Donald K. Berry
  • Vol. 154: Minha le-Nahum: Biblical and Other Studies Presented to Nahum M. Sarna in Honour of His 70th Birthday by Marc Zvi Brettler & Michael Fishbane, eds.
  • Vol. 156: The Lord’s Song: The Basis, Function and Significance of Choral Music in Chronicles by John W. Kleinig
  • Vol. 157: The Word “Hesed” in the Hebrew Bible by Gordon R. Clark
  • Vol. 159: The Shape and Shaping of the Psalter by J. Clinton McCann, Jr.
  • Vol. 160: King and Cultus in Chronicles: Worship and the Reinterpretation of History by William Riley
  • Vol. 161: The Moses Tradition by George W. Coats
  • Vol. 162: Of Prophets’ Visions and the Wisdom of Sages: Essays in Honour of R. Norman Whybray on his Seventieth Birthday by Heather A. McKay & David. J.A. Clines, eds.
  • Vol. 163: Fragmented Women: Feminist (Sub)versions of Biblical Narratives
  • Vol. 164: House of God or House of David: The Rhetoric of 2 Samuel 7 by Lyle Eslinger
  • Vol. 165: Psalms in the Early Irish Church by Martin J. McNamara
  • Vol. 166: The Aramaic Bible edited by Martin J. MacNamara and D.R.G. Beattie
  • Vol. 167: Second Zechariah and the Deuteronomic School by Raymond F. Person
  • Vol. 168: The Composition of the Book of Proverbs by R. Norman Whybray
  • Vol. 169: Edom, Israel’s Brother and Antagonist: The Role of Edom in Biblical Prophecy and Story by Bert Dicou
  • Vol. 170: Traditional Techniques in Classical Hebrew Verse by Wilfred G. E. Watson
  • Vol. 171: Politics and Theopolitics in the Bible and Postbiblical Literature by Yair Hoffman, Benjamin Uffenheimer, & Henning Graf Reventlow, eds.
  • Vol. 173: History and Interpretation: Essays in Honor of John H. Hayes by M. Patrick Graham, Jeffrey K. Kuan, & William P. Brown, eds.
  • Vol. 174: The ‘Book of the Covenant’: A Literary Approach by Joe M. Sprinkle
  • Vol. 175: Second Temple Studies II: Temple and Community in the Persian Period by Tamara C. Eskenazi & Kent H. Richards, eds.
  • Vol. 176: Studies in Biblical Law: From the Hebrew Bible to the Dead Sea Scrolls by Gershon Brin
  • Vol. 177: Text-Linguistics and Biblical Hebrew by David Allan Dawson
  • Vol. 178: Between Sheol and Temple: Motif Structure and Function in the I-Psalms by Martin Ravndal Hauge
  • Vol. 179: Time and Place in Deuteronomy by James Gordon McConville & John G. Millar
  • Vol. 180: The Search for Quotation: Verbal Parallels in the Prophets by Richard L. Schultz
  • Vol. 181: Theory and Method in Biblical and Cuneiform Law: Revision, Interpolation and Development by Bernard M. Levinson
  • Vol. 182: The History of Israel’s Traditions: The Heritage of Martin Noth by Steven L. McKenzie & M. Patrick Graham, eds.
  • Vol. 183: Lectures on the Religion of the Semites: Second and Third Series
  • Vol. 184: Pursuing the Text: Studies in Honor of Ben Zion Wacholder on the Occasion of his Seventieth Birthday by John C. Reeves & John Kampen, eds.
  • Vol. 185: The Logic of Incest: A Structuralist Analysis of Hebrew Mythology by Seth Daniel Kunin
  • Vol. 186: Three Faces of a Queen: Characterization in the Books of Esther by Linda Day
  • Vol. 187: The Books of Esther: Structure, Genre and Textual Integrity by Charles V. Dorothy
  • Vol. 188: Concentricity and Continuity: The Literary Structure of Isaiah by Robert H. O’Connell
  • Vol. 190: The Pitcher is Broken: Memorial Essays for Gösta W. Ahlström by Steven W. Holloway and Lowell K. Handy, eds.
  • Vol. 191: On the Way to Canon: Creative Tradition History in the Old Testament by Magne Sæbø
  • Vol. 192: Biblical Studies and the Shifting of Paradigms, 1850–1914 by Henning Graf Reventlow & William R. Farmer, eds.
  • Vol. 193: Opponents of Third Isaiah: Reconstructing the Cultic History of the Restoration by Brooks Schramm
  • Vol. 194: Prophesying the Past: The Use of Israel’s History in the Book of Hosea by Else Kragelund Holt
  • Vol. 195: Words Remembered, Texts Renewed: Essays in Honour of John F. A. Sawyer by Jon Davies, Graham Harvey, and Wilfred G. E. Watson, eds.
  • Vol. 196: Corporate Responsibility in the Hebrew Bible by Joel S. Kaminsky
  • Vol. 197: The Word of God in Transition: From Prophet to Exegete in the Second Temple Period by William M. Schniedewind
  • Vol. 198: Aramaic Daniel and Greek Daniel: A Literary Comparison by Timothy J. Meadowcroft
  • Vol. 199: Psalms of the Way and the Kingdom: A Conference with the Commentators by John H. Eaton
  • Vol. 200: The Bible in Human Society: Essays in Honor of John Rogerson by M. Daniel Carroll R., David J. A. Clines, Philip R. Davies, eds.
  • Vol. 202: Law and Liminality in the Bible by Nanette Stahl
  • Vol. 203: Spikenard and Saffron: The Imagery of the Song of Songs by Jill M. Munro
  • Vol. 205: Interested Parties: The Ideology of Writers and Readers of the Hebrew Bible by David. J.A. Clines
  • Vol. 206: First Bible of the Church: A Plea for the Septuagint by Møgens Müller
  • Vol. 208: Out of Eden: Reading, Rhetoric, and Ideology in Genesis 2–3 by Beverly J. Stratton
  • Vol. 209: Narrative Art, Political Rhetoric: The Case of Athaliah and Joash by Patricia Dutcher-Walls
  • Vol. 210: The Vow and the “Popular Religious Groups’ of Ancient Israel: A Philological and Sociological Inquiry by Jacques Berlinerblau
  • Vol. 211: Retribution and Eschatology in Chronicles by Brian E. Kelly
  • Vol. 212: The Prostitute and the Prophet: Hosea’s Marriage in Literary-Theological Perspective by Yvonne Sherwood
  • Vol. 213: A Blemished Perfection: The Book of Job in Context by Yair Hoffman
  • Vol. 214: New Visions of Isaiah by Roy F. Melugin and Marvin A. Sweeney, eds.
  • Vol. 215: Plotted, Shot, and Painted: Cultural Representations of Biblical Women by J. Cheryl Exum
  • Vol. 216: Gendering Wisdom the Host: Biblical Invitations to Eat and Drink by Judith E. McKinlay
  • Vol. 217: Yahweh as Refuge and the Editing of the Hebrew Psalter by Jerome F. D. Creach
  • Vol. 218: Defining the Sacred Songs: Genre, Tradition, and the Post-Critical Interpretation of the Psalms by Harry P. Nasuti
  • Vol. 219: Prophecy, Poetry and Hosea by Gerald Morris
  • Vol. 220: In Conversation with Jonah: Conversation Analysis, Literary Criticism and the Book of Jonah by Raymond F. Person, Jr.
  • Vol. 221: The Wages of Sin: A Reappraisal of the ’Succession Narrative’ by Gillian Keys
  • Vol. 222: Reading the Psalms as a Book by Norman Whybray
  • Vol. 223: Janus Parallelism in the Book of Job by Scott B. Noegel
  • Vol. 224: Reliable Characters in the Primary History: Profiles of Moses, Joshua, Elijah and Elisha by Paul J. Kissling
  • Vol. 225: A Gift of God in Due Season: Essays on Scripture and Community in Honor of James A. Sanders by Richard D. Weis & David M. Carr, eds.
  • Vol. 226: Joshua and the Rhetoric of Violence: A New Historicist Analysis by Lori L. Rowlett
  • Vol. 227: Reading Leviticus: A Conversation with Mary Douglas by John F. A. Sawyer, ed.
  • Vol. 228: Origins of the Ancient Israelite States by Volkmar Fritz and Philip R. Davies
  • Vol. 229: Prophets and Paradigms: Essays in Honor of Gene M. Tucker by Stephen Breck Reid, ed.
  • Vol. 230: Targumic and Cognate Studies: Essays in Honour of Martin McNamara by Kevin J. Cathcart & Michael Maher, eds.
  • Vol. 231: Sodom and Gomorrah: History and Motif in Biblical Narrative by Weston W. Fields
  • Vol. 232: Asherah: Goddesses in Ugarit, Israel and the Old Testament by Tilde Binger
  • Vol. 233: The Psalms of Asaph and the Pentateuch: Studies in the Psalter, III by Michael D. Goulder
  • Vol. 234: Sex, Honor, and Power in the Deuteronomistic History by Kenneth Stone
  • Vol. 235: Forming Prophetic Literature: Essays on Isaiah and the Twelve in Honor of John D.W. Watts by James W. Watts & Paul R. House, eds.
  • Vol. 236: Freedom beyond Forgiveness: The Book of Jonah Re-Examined by Thomas M. Bolin
  • Vol. 237: The Archaeology of Israel: Constructing the Past, Interpreting the Present by Neil Asher Silberman & David B. Small, eds.
  • Vol. 238: The Chronicler as Historian by M. Patrick Graham, Kenneth G. Hoglund & Steven L. McKenzie, eds.
  • Vol. 239: The Pilgrimage Pattern in Exodus by Mark S. Smith
  • Vol. 240: Biblical Itinerary: In Search of Method, Form and Content: Essays in Honor of George W. Coats by Eugene E. Carpenter, ed.
  • Vol. 241: No Other Gods: Emergent Monotheism in Israel by Robert Karl Gnuse
  • Vol. 242: The Faces of David by Kurt L. Noll
  • Vol. 243: Eschatology in the Bible and in Jewish and Christian Tradition by Henning Graf Reventlow, ed.
  • Vol. 244: Urbanism in Antiquity: From Mesopotamia to Crete by Walter E. Aufrecht, Neil A. Mirau, Steven W. Gauley, eds.
  • Vol. 245: Can a “History of Israel’ be Written? by Lester L. Grabbe
  • Vol. 247: Pivot Patterns in the Former Prophets by Nathan Klaus
  • Vol. 248: A Search for the Origins of Judaism: From Joshua to the Mishnah by Etienne Nodet
  • Vol. 249: The God of the Prophets: An Analysis of Divine Action by William Paul Griffin
  • Vol. 250: Beyond the River: New Perspectives on Transeuphratene by Josette Elayi & Jean Sapin
  • Vol. 251: The Tragedy in History: Herodotus and the Deuteronomistic History by Flemming A. J. Nielsen
  • Vol. 252: Message of the Psalter: An Eschatological Programme in the Book of Psalms by David C. Mitchell
  • Vol. 254: 1 & 2 Chronicles, Volume 2: 2 Chronicles 10–36: Guilt and Atonement by William Johnstone
  • Vol. 255: King David with the Wise Woman of Tekoa: The Resonance of Tradition in Parabolic Narrative by Larry L. Lyke
  • Vol. 256: Rhetorical Analysis: An Introduction to Biblical Rhetoric by Roland Meynet
  • Vol. 257: The World of Genesis: Persons, Places, Perspectives by Philip R. Davies & David J.A. Clines, eds.
  • Vol. 258: The Psalms of the Return (Book V, Psalms 107–150: Studies in the Psalter IV)
  • Vol. 259: The Royal God: Enthronement Festivals in Ancient Israel and Ugarit? by Allan Rosengren Petersen
  • Vol. 260: Troubling Jeremiah by A.R. Pete Diamond, Kathleen M. O’Connor & Louis Stulman, eds.
  • Vol. 262: Gender and Law in the Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East by Victor H. Matthews, Bernard M. Levinson, & Tikvah Frymer-Kensky, eds.
  • Vol. 263: The Chronicler as Author: Studies in Text and Texture by M. Patrick Graham and Steven L. McKenzie, eds.
  • Vol. 264: Divine Prerogative and Royal Pretension: Pragmatics, Poetics and Polemics in a Narrative Sequence about David (2 Samuel 5.17-7.29)
  • Vol. 267: Israelite Religion and Biblical Theology: Collected Essays by Patrick D. Miller, ed.
  • Vol. 268: Those Elusive Deuteronomists: The Phenomenon of Pan-Deuteronomism by Linda S. Schearing & Steven L. McKenzie, eds.
  • Vol. 269: Auguries: The Jubilee Volume of the Sheffield Department of Biblical Studies by David J. A. Clines & Stephen D. Moore
  • Vol. 271: Until the Spirit Comes: The Spirit of God in the Book of Isaiah by Wonsuk Ma
  • Vol. 272: Israel in the Book of Kings: The Past as a Project of Social Identity by James Richard Linville
  • Vol. 273: Boundaries of the Ancient Near Eastern World: A Tribute to Cyrus H. Gordon by Meir Lubetski, Claire Gottlieb & Sharon Keller, eds.
  • Vol. 274: Biblical Form Criticism in Its Context by Martin J. Buss
  • Vol. 275: Chronicles and Exodus: An Analogy and its Application by William Johnstone
  • Vol. 276: Economic Keystones: The Weight System of the Kingdom of Judah by Raz Kletter
  • Vol. 278: Leading Captivity Captive: The Exile as History and Ideology by Lester L. Grabbe
  • Vol. 279: God, Anger and Ideology: The Anger of God in Joshua and Judges in Relation to Deuteronomy and the Priestly Writings by Kari Latvus
  • Vol. 281: Isaiah 34–35: A Nightmare/A Dream by Peter D. Miscall
  • Vol. 282: Hannah’s Desire, God’s Design: Early Interpretations of the Story of Hannah by Joan E. Cook
  • Vol. 283: Jeremiah’s and Ezekiel’s Sign-Acts: Rhetorical Nonverbal Communication by Kelvin G. Friebel
  • Vol. 284: Worship and the Hebrew Bible: Essays in Honor of John T. Willis by M. Patrick Graham, Richard R. Marrs & Steven L. McKenzie, eds.
  • Vol. 285: The History of the Second Temple Period by Paolo Sacchi
  • Vol. 286: Elisha and the End of Prophetism by Wesley J. Bergen
  • Vol. 287: The Transformation of Torah from Scribal Advice to Law by Anne Fitzpatrick-McKinley
  • Vol. 288: Revisions of the Night: Politics and Promises in the Patriarchal Dreams of Genesis by Diana Lipton
  • Vol. 289: The Interpretation of the Bible: The International Symposium in Slovenia by Jože Krašovec, ed.
  • Vol. 290: Qumran between the Old and New Testaments by Frederick H. Cryer & and Thomas L. Thompson, eds.
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