Minḥah le-Naḥum : biblical and other studies presented to Nahum M. Sarna in honour of his 70th birthday / edited by Marc Brettler and Michael Fishbane.

Contributor(s): Brettler, Marc Zvi | Fishbane, Michael A
Material type: TextTextSeries: Journal for the study of the Old Testament. 154Supplement seriesPublisher: Sheffield, Eng. : JSOT Press, c1993Description: 337 p. : port. ; 23 cmISBN: 1850754195Subject(s): Bible. O.T. -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Hebrew literature -- History and criticism | Sarna, Nahum M | Sarna, Nahum M -- Bibliography
Contents:
Interpretation and prayer : notes on the composition of 1 Kings 8.15-53 / Marc Brettler -- The Hebrew crusade chronicles and the Ashkenazic tradition / Gerson D. Cohen (deceased) -- The route of Jacob's funeral cortege and the problem of ʻEber Hayyarden (Genesis 50.10-11) / Aaron Demsky -- Law to canon : some 'ideal-typical' stages of development / Michael Fishbane -- R. Isaac Arama's philosophical exegesis of the golden calf episode / Marvin Fox -- Menaḥem ben Aaron ibn Ẓemaḥ's anti-polygyny : Torah commentary from the Geniza / Mordechai A. Friedman -- The holy scriptures defile the hands : the transformation of a biblical concept in rabbinic theology / Shamma Friedman -- Reuben / Judah Goldin -- The Aramaic incantation bowls in historic perspective / Cyrus H. Gordon -- From the workshop of the new Jewish Publication Society Ketuvim translators / Moshe Greenberg and Jonas C. Greenfield -- How modern are modern biblical studies? / Frederick E. Greenspahn -- Disturbing the dead / William W. Hallo -- 11QPsa and the canonical Book of Psalms / Menahem Haran --
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"The published writings of Nahum M. Sarna": p. [334]-337.

Includes bibliographical references.

Interpretation and prayer : notes on the composition of 1 Kings 8.15-53 / Marc Brettler -- The Hebrew crusade chronicles and the Ashkenazic tradition / Gerson D. Cohen (deceased) -- The route of Jacob's funeral cortege and the problem of ʻEber Hayyarden (Genesis 50.10-11) / Aaron Demsky -- Law to canon : some 'ideal-typical' stages of development / Michael Fishbane -- R. Isaac Arama's philosophical exegesis of the golden calf episode / Marvin Fox -- Menaḥem ben Aaron ibn Ẓemaḥ's anti-polygyny : Torah commentary from the Geniza / Mordechai A. Friedman -- The holy scriptures defile the hands : the transformation of a biblical concept in rabbinic theology / Shamma Friedman -- Reuben / Judah Goldin -- The Aramaic incantation bowls in historic perspective / Cyrus H. Gordon -- From the workshop of the new Jewish Publication Society Ketuvim translators / Moshe Greenberg and Jonas C. Greenfield -- How modern are modern biblical studies? / Frederick E. Greenspahn -- Disturbing the dead / William W. Hallo -- 11QPsa and the canonical Book of Psalms / Menahem Haran --

An essay on prophetic attitudes toward temple and cult in biblical Israel / Baruch A. Levine -- Translation as polemic : the case of Toledot Yeshu / Martin I. Lockshin -- Gleanings from the biblical and Talmudic lexica in light of Akkadian / Shalom M. Paul -- Elephantine Aramaic contracts and the priestly literature / Bezalel Porten -- Pharisees and Sadducees in Pesher Naḥum / Lawrence H. Schiffman -- Penitence, prayer and (charity?) / Menahem Schmelzer -- Yiṣḥaḳi : a Spanish biblical commentator whose 'book should be burned', according to Abraham ibn Ezra / Uriel Simon -- Fragments of a Psalms scroll from Masada, MPsb (Masada 1103-1742) -- A Talmudic parallel to the petition from Yavneh-Yam / Jeffrey H. Tigay.

4/20/1993 $54.38; replaced 12/2005 130.00 (16.98)

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