Journal of Biblical Literature Vol 132 No 2 2013

209-227        Mark Leuchter, Genesis 38 in Social and Historical  Perspective

229-250        Joshua Berman, Histories Twice Told: Deuteronomy 1-3 and the
Hittite Treaty Prologue Tradition

251-274        Yitzhaq Feder, The Aniconic Tradition,  Deuteronomy 4, and the
Politics of Israelite Identity

275-293        C. L. Seow, An Exquisitely Poetic Introduction to the Psalter

295-313        Amy Erickson, “Without My Flesh I Will See God”: Job’s Rhetoric of the Body

315-325        Jeremy Schipper, Interpreting the Lamb Imagery in Isaiah 53

327-332        Eric D. Reymond, The Meanings  of “Life” in the Hebrew of Ben Sira

333-350        Matthew Thiessen, Revisiting the προσηλντος “the LXX”

351-371        Michael Bartos and Bernard M. Levinson, “This Is the Manner  of the Remission”: Implicit  Legal Exegesis in 11QMelchizedek as a Response to the Formation  of the Torah

373-391        Alexander E. Stewart, Narrative World, Rhetorical Logic, and the
Voice of the Author  in 4 Ezra

393-413        Thomas R. Blanton W,Saved by Obedience: Matthew 1:21 in Light of
Jesus’ Teaching on the Torah

415-430        Alicia D. Myers, “Jesus Said to Them …”: The Adaptation of Juridical Rhetoric  in John  5:19-47

431-451        Brian C. Dennert, Hanukkah and the Testimony  of Jesus’ Works
John 10:22-39)

453-465        Troy W. Martin,  ΙΙερΙβóλαιον  as “Testicle” in 1 Corinthians 11:15: A Response to Mark Goodacre