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Title: Biblical Traditions in Transmission: Essays in Honour of Michael A. Knibb
Author: Hempel, Charlotte
Additional Authors or Contributors: Judith M Lieu (eds)
Publisher: Brill; Publication Date: 2016
Hardcover; ISBN: 9789004139978
Volumes: 1; Pages: xxvi, 394
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This collection comprises eighteen papers by friends, colleagues and students of Michal A. Knibb on the theme of the transmission of biblical traditions in a variety of contexts. In the main the articles deal with the transmission of biblical traditions in the versions, the pseudepigrapha, at Qumran, and in early Christian writings. The collection as a whole clearly demonstrates the way in which biblical traditions were shaped and re-shaped creatively in the biblical, early Jewish and Christian literature.
A bibliography of Michael A. Knibb
The "coming of God" tradition and its influence on New Testament Parousia texts
The Lives of the prophets in Syriac: some soundings
The formation and renewal of scriptural tradition
A fruitful venture: the origin of Hebrew studies at King's College London
The Yahad and "the Qumran community"
And Enoch was not, for Genesis took him
Divine sonship at Qumran: between the Old and the New Testament
Maskil(im) and Rabbim: from Daniel to Qumran
From Jeremiah to Baruch: pseudepigraphy in the Syriac Apocalypse of Baruch
The Testaments of the twelve patriarchs and the "two ways"
Justin Martyr and the transformation of Psalm 22
Whom does the term Yahad identify?
Speaking with the voice of God: the High Court according to Greek Deuteronomy 17:8-13
Sex and death, or, the death of sex: three versions of Jephthah's daughter (Judges 11:29-40)
The creation of angels and natural phenomena intertwined in the Book of Jubilees (4QJub[superscript a])
Daniel 7 in the similitudes of Enoch (1 Enoch 37-71)
From generation to generation: the sage as father in early Jewish literature
Christian messianism and the first Jewish War with Rome