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FABER / AMERICAN JEW ISH NON-FICTION BOOKS
J
enks
, A
lan
W.
The Elohist and North Israelite traditions.
Missoula,
Mont., Scholars Press, 1977. 147 p.
K
atsh
, A
braham
I.
The biblical heritage of American democracy.
New York,
Ktav,
1977. 246 p.
Study of the enduring influence of the language and message
of the Hebrew Bible upon contemporary American life.
L
owy
,
S.
The principals of Samaritan Bible exegesis.
Leiden, Brill,
1977. 544 p.
L
und
, S
hirley
,
and
F
oster
, J
ulia
D.
Variant versions of Targumic
traditions within codex Neofit 1.
Missoula, Mont., Scholars Press,
1977. 174 p.
Monograph on the Palestinian and Onkelos Targumim.
M
ann
, T
homas
W.
Divine presence and guidance in Israelite tradi-
tions: the typology of exultation.
Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity Press, 1977. 310 p.
Study of ancient Near Eastern and biblical texts which speak
of divine presence.
N
oth
, M
artin
.
Leviticus; a commentary.
Philadelphia, Westminster
Press, 1977. 208 p.
Revised edition.
O
twell
, J
ohn
H.
And Sarah laughed: the status of women in the
Old Testament.
Philadelphia, Westminster Press, 1977. 222 p.
Refutation of the alleged misconception that the Bible sub-
ordinates women to an inferior status.
P
ietersma
, A
lbert
.
Chester Beatty biblical papyri IV and V: a new
edition with text—critical analysis.
Toronto, Samuel Stevens Hak-
kert, 1977. 203 p.
P
olzin
, R
obert
M.
Biblical structuralism: method and subjectivity in
the study of ancient texts.
Philadelphia, Pa., Fortress Press, 1977.
216 p. Paperbound.
R
aitt
, T
homas
M.
A theology of Exile: judgment and deliverance in
Jeremiah and Ezekiel.
Philadelphia, Fortress Press, 1977. 271 p.
Form-critical analysis of the theological implications of the
Babylonian Exile.
S
chneidau
, H
erbert
N.
Sacred discontent; the Bible and Western
tradition.
Berkeley, University of California Press, 1977. 331 p.
Paperbound.
Discusses concept that only in relation to the Bible can the
idea and existence of literature in the West be comprehended.
S
heehan
, J
ohn
F. X.
Let the people cry amen!: an inquiry into the
oral history of the Old Testament.
New York, Paulist Press, 1977.
200 p. Paperbound.