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53) Martin Scott, Sophia and the Johannine Jesus, Journal for the Study of the New Testament Series 71 (Sheffield, UK: JSOT, 1992) 219.
Temple Scroll Studies (Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1989 treat this issue.
Fredericks, who writes of Kohelet's "timely laughter, dancing and embracing, and love and peace,' in Coping with Transience: Ecclesiastes on Brevity in Life (Sheffield: JSOT, 1993), p.
John Crossan, as quoted by John York in The Last Shall Be First: The Rhetoric of Reversal in Luke (Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1991), 32.
The Ideology of Ritual (Sheffield, England: JSOT Press, 1990).
Levison, Portraits of Adam in Early Judaism: From Sirach to 2 Baruch (Sheffield: JSOT, 1988) esp.
Archer, Her Price is Beyond Rubies: The Jewish Woman in Graeco-Roman Palestine, Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, Supplement, Series 60 (Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1990), pp.
JSOT Supplement Series, 265 (Sheffield, 2000); Samuel Shaviv, "The Polytheistic Origins of the Biblical Flood Narrative.
JSOT 31 (1985): 75-81: Ziony Zevit, "The Common Origin of the Aramaicized Prayer to Horus and of Psalm 20," JAOS 110 (1990): 213-28: Martin Rosel," Israels Psalmen in Agypten?
Brettler, God Is King: Understanding an Israelite Metaphor (Sheffield: JSOT, 1989), 14-16.
The Bible in the Light of Archaeology," JSOT 64 (1994): 3-22.