Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Vol 37 No 2

135-150 KAROLIEN VERMEULEN
Two of a Kind: Twin Language in the Hebrew Bible

151-165  JOHNMAKUJINA
Literary Solutions to Legal Problems:
The Contribution of Exodus 2.13-14 to Exodus 21.22-23

CLINTON J. MOYER  167-183
Who Is the Prophet, and Who the Ass? Role-Reversing Interludes and the Unity of
the Balaam Narrative (Numbers 22-24)

BRIANT. GERMAN  185-199
Contexts for Hearing: Reevaluating the Superscription of Psalm 127

ELIZABETH KECK   201-218
The Glory of Yahweh in Ezekiel and the Pre-Tabernacle Wilderness

RICHARD WHITEKETTLE        219-236
Freedom from Fear and Bloodshed: Hosea 2.20 (Eng. 18) and the End of Human/Animal Conflict

ROB BARRETT        237-257
Meaning More than They Say: The Conflict between Yhwh and Jonah

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