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Pentateuchal traditions in the late Second Temple period : proceedings of the international workshop in Tokyo, August 28-31, 2007 /

edited by Akio Moriya and Gohei Hata.

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Names: Moriya, Akio. | Hata, Gōhei,
Published: Leiden ; Brill, c2012.
Series: Supplements to the Journal for the study of Judaism ; v. 158.
Topics: Judaism - History - Post-exilic period, 586 B.C.-210 A.D. - Congresses. | Bible. Pentateuch - History - Congresses. | Bible. Pentateuch - Criticism, interpretation, etc. - Congresses. | Dead Sea scrolls - Relation to the Old Testament - Congresses. | Bible. New Testament - Relation to the Old Testament - Congresses.
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490 1 |aSupplements to the Journal for the study of Judaism,|x1384-2161 ;|vv. 158
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
505 00|tDoctrine of creation ex niliho and the translation of tōhû wābōhû /|rToshio David Tsumura --|tOne decalogue in different texts /|rYuichi Osumi --|tEvolutionary growth of the Pentateuch in the Second Temple period /|rEugene Ulrich --|tScribal and textual transmission of the Torah analyzed in light of its sanctity /|rEmanuel Tov --|tIn the beginning was a Greek translation of Genesis and Exodus /|rGohei Hata --|tWhich version pf the Greek Bible did Philo read? /|rGregory E. Sterling --|tImportance of the latter half of Josephus's Judaean Antiquities for his Roman audience /|rSteve Mason --|tInterpretation of Genesis in the Dead Sea Scrolls /|rJohn J. Collins --|tExegesis of Pentateuchal legislation in Jubilees and related texts found at Qumran /|rJames C. VanderKam --|tPentateuch reflected in the Aramaic documents of the Dead Sea Scrolls /|rAkio Moriya --|tSeptuagint and the transmission of the gospel traditions /|rMigaku Sato --|tReception of the Torah in Mark: the question about the greatest commandment /|rAdela Yarbro Collins -|tCreation and sacred space: the reuse of key Pentateuchal themes by Philo, the fourth evangelist, and the Epistle to the Hebrews /|rHarold W. Attridge --|tGeographical horizon in the textual transmission of Pentateuch--searching for further points of contact between East and West /|rYaktaka Ikeda.
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