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JEWISH BOOK A N N U A L
Commentary focusing attention on the three principal books con­
cerning the early history o f Israel.
B a i le y ,
D.
W a y l o n
and
S t r a n g e , J o h n
O.
Biblical Hebrewgrammar.
New
Orleans, LA , Insight Press, 1985. 240 p.
B a n i t t , M en ah em .
Rashi: interpreter of the biblical letter.
Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv
University, The Chaim Rosenberg School o f Jewish Studies, 1985.
236 p. Paperbound.
B e n s o n ,
D.R.
Biblical limericks: Old Testament stories re-versed.
New York,
Ballantine, 1986. unp.
B e r l i n , A d e l e .
The dynamics of biblical parallelism.
Bloomington, Indiana
University Press, 1985. 179 p.
C a rm i c h a e l , C a lu m M .
Law and narrative in the Bible: the evidence of the
Deuteronomic laws and theDecalogue.
Ithaca, Cornell University Press,
1985. 352 p.
C h a r l e s w o r t h , James
H., ed.
The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha: volume
2.
Garden City, NY , Doubleday, 1985. 1006 p.
New, annotated translation.
C o g g i n s ,
R.J. and
R e ’emi, E s t h e r
S.
P a u l .
Israel among the nations: a com­
mentary on the books Nahum and Obadiah.
Grand Rapids, MI, Wm. B.
Erdmans, 1985. 140 p.
D a y , J o h n .
God’sconflict with the dragon of the sea: echoes of a Canaanite myth
in the Old Testament.
Harvard, MA, Cambridge University Press,
1985. 233 p.
E s l i n g e r , L y l e M
.
Kingship ofGod in crisis: a close reading of 1 Samuel 1—12.
Decatur, GA , Almond Press, 1985. 515 p.
F is h b a n e , M i c h a e l .
Biblical interpretation in ancient Israel.
New York,
Oxford University Press, 1985. 704 p.
H a b e l , N o rm a n C .
The Book ofJob; a commentary.
Philadelphia, Westmin­
ster, 1985. 586 p.
Harper’s Bible dictionary.
New York, Harper & Row, 1985. 1178 p.
Covers both the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament, plus
materials o f Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, early patristic works and
Dead Sea scrolls.
K n i g h t , G e o r g e
A.F.
Isaiah 56—66: The new Israel.
Grand Rapids,
M I ,
Wm. B. Erdman, 1985. 126 p. Paperbound.
Focuses attention on theological significance o f each chapter.
L a n g , B e r n h a r d ,
ed.
Anthropological approaches to the Old Testament.
Philadelphia, Fortress, 1985. 175 p. Paperbound.
L o c k s , G u tm a n G .
The spice of Torah-Gematria.
New York, Judaica, 1985.
318 p.
Lists all words o f the Pentateuch according to their numerical
value.
M c C o n n e l l , F r a n k ,
ed.
Bible and the narrative tradition.
New York,
Oxford University Press, 1986. 152 p.