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with the new JPS translation. Commentary by Nahum Sarna.
Philadel­
phia, PA: Jewish Publication Society, 1989. 414 p.
The JPS Torah commentary, Leviticus
Vayikra; the traditional Hebrew text
with the new JPS translation. Commentary by Baruch A. Levine.
Phil­
adelphia, PA: Jewish Publication Society, 1989. 383 p.
The JPS Torah commentary, Numbers
Bemidbar; the traditional Hebrew
text with the new JPS translation. Commentary by Jacob Milgrom.
Phil­
adelphia, PA: Jewish Publication Society, 1990. 520 p.
L
e ib ow it z
, Y
e sh a y a h u
.
Notes and remarks on the weekly parashah.
Tr.
by Shmuel Himelstein. Brooklyn,
NY :
Chemed, 1990. 208 p.
L
o n g
,
V.
P
h il l ip s
.
The reign and rejection of king Saul; a case fo r literary
and theological coherence.
Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press, 1989. 276
P-
Intends primarily to offer a literary clarification of the biblical
narrative.
M
u l d e r
, M
a r t in
J
a n
,
ed.
Mikra: text, translation, reading and interpre­
tation of the Hebrew Bible in ancient Judaism and early Christianity.
Philadelphia, PA: Fortress, 1989. 929 p.
Surveys the ways in which the Hebrew Bible became an author­
itative collection of religious writings.
P
o l is h
, D
a v id
.
Give us a king (legal-religious sources ofJewish sovereignty).
Hoboken, NJ: Ktav, 1989. 180 p.
P
o l z in
, R
o b e r t
.
Samuel and the Deuteronomist: a literary study o f the Deu-
teronomic history,
part two. San Francisco, CA: Harper
8c
Row, 1989.
296 p.
The revised English Bible with the Apocrypha.
New York: Oxford University
Press/Cambridge University Press, 1989. 1296 p.
R
ev iv
, H
a n o c h
.
The elders in ancient Israel; a study of biblical institutions.
Jerusalem: Magnes Press, the Hebrew University, 1989. 222 p.
Defines the term “elder” in biblical literature as referring to one
qualified to exercise leadership.
Scow, C.L.
Myth, drama, and the politics of David’s dance.
Atlanta, GA:
Scholar’s Press, 1989. 272 p.
Interprets story in 2 Samuel, ch. 6, as King David’s political ef­
fort to consolidate the 12 tribes of Israel around his newly estab­
lished capital in Jerusalem.
S
h aver
, J
u d so n
R.
Torah and the Chronicler’s history work: an inquiry into
the Chronicler’s reference to laws, festivals, and cultic institutions in re­
lationship to Pentateuchal legislation.
Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press,
1989. 160 p.
S
o g g in
,
J.
A
l ber to
.
Introduction to the Old Testament; third edition.
Tr.
from the Italian by John Bowden. Philadelphia, PA: Westminster
Press, 1989. 606 p.
Revised and updated edition.