The Role of Edom in Biblical Prophecy and Story, JSOT
serie suplementaria 169, Sheffield, Sheffield Academic Press, 1994.
Fager, Land Tenure and the Biblical Jubilee, JSOT
Supplement Series 155 (Sheffield: JSOT
, 1993), 29; Wright, Walking in the Ways of the Lord; J.
19, Art and Meaning: Rhetoric in Biblical Literature, Sheffield, JSOT
Press, 1982; Aichele, George et al.
Stibbe, John, Readings, A New Biblical Commentary (Sheffield, UK: JSOT
, 1993) 197.
Parson, The Departure of Jesus in Luke-Acts: The Ascension Narratives in Context (Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement Series 21 [Sheffield: JSOT
Press, 1987]), 74-75, proposes that Jesus' blessing brings to mind Zechariah's failure to bless the people (Luke 1:23).
McConville, "Law and Theology in Deuteronomy," JSOT
(1984): 68-87, as he calculates the overall percentage of the Israelite tithe.
Norman Whybray on his Seventieth Birthday (journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement, 162; Sheffield: JSOT
, 1993), 43-62; expanded to a monograph in Priests, Prophets, Diviners, Sages: A Socio-historical Study of Religious Specialists in Ancient Israel (Valley Forge, PA: Trinity Press International, 1995), though the latter was too late for him to see).
The Essenes According to the Clinical Sorvices (Sheffield: JSOT
Bloch-Smith, Judahite Burial Practices and Beliefs about the Dead (Sheffield: JSOT
Press, 1992), 123-26.
Marc Brettler and Michael Fishbane (JSOTSup 154; Sheffield: JSOT
Press, 1993) pp.
John Crossan, as quoted by John York in The Last Shall Be First: The Rhetoric of Reversal in Luke (Sheffield: JSOT
Press, 1991), 32.
While some of Fontaine's work is discussed, her distinctive contribution about the `performance context' of proverbs and their contextual meaning as summarized in `Proverb Performance in the Hebrew Bible', JSOT
32 (1985), 87-103 is not mentioned by Whybray, and the important contribution by B.