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  • christophe.nihan@unil.ch
    Dear all, I am glad to announce the publication of the following fourteen reviews in the Journal of Hebrew Scriptures (http://www.jhsonline.org) • Allen,
    Message 1 of 1 , May 27 11:02 AM
      Dear all,

      I am glad to announce the publication of the following
      fourteen reviews in the Journal of Hebrew Scriptures

      • Allen, Leslie C., Jeremiah: A Commentary (OTL;
      Louisville, Ky.: Westminster John Knox, 2008). (Reviewed by
      Hetty Lalleman).

      • Boccaccini, Gabriele and Giovanni Ibba (eds.), Enoch and
      Mosaic Torah: The Evidence of Jubilees (Grand Rapids, Mich.:
      Eerdmans, 2009). (Reviewed by Rodney A. Werline).

      • Chung, Youn Ho, The Sin of the Calf: The Rise of the
      Bible's Negative Attitude Toward the Golden Calf (LHBOTS,
      523; New York: T & T Clark, 2010). (Reviewed by Lissa M.
      Wray Beal).

      • Corley, Jeremy and Vincent Skemp (eds.), Studies in the
      Greek Bible: Essays in Honor of Francis T. Gignac, S.J.
      (CBQMS, 44; Washington, DC: The Catholic Biblical
      Association of America, 2008). (Reviewed by Claude Cox).

      • Davis, Ellen F., Scripture, Culture, and Agriculture: An
      Agrarian Reading of the Bible (Cambridge: Cambridge
      University Press, 2009). (Reviewed by Steven J. Schweitzer).

      • de Hulster, Izaak J. and Rüdiger Schmitt, (eds.),
      Iconography and Biblical Studies: Proceedings of the
      Iconography Sessions at the Joint EABS / SBL Conference,
      22–26 July 2007, Vienna, Austria (AOAT, 361; Münster:
      Ugarit, 2009). (Reviewed by Frank Ueberschaer).

      • Earl, Douglas, Reading Joshua as Christian Scripture
      (Journal of Theological Interpretation Supplement 2; Winona
      Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2010). (Reviewed by J. Gordon

      • Jindo, Job Y., Biblical Metaphor Reconsidered: A
      Cognitive Approach to Poetic Prophecy in Jeremiah 1–24
      (HSM, 64; Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2010). (Reviewed
      by Hyuk-ki Kim).

      • Klein, Anja, Schriftauslegung im Ezechielbuch:
      Redaktionsgeschichtliche Untersuchungen zu Ez 34–39 (BZAW,
      391; Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2008).
      (Reviewed by William A. Tooman).

      • Matthews, Victor H., More than Meets the Ear:
      Discovering the Hidden Contexts of Old Testament
      Conversations (Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2008).
      (Reviewed by Colin Toffelmire).

      • Niditch, Susan, “My Brother Esau is a Hairy Man”:
      Hair and Identity in Ancient Israel (New York: Oxford
      University Press, 2008). (Reviewed by Jonathan Y. Rowe).

      • O'Dowd, Ryan, The Wisdom of Torah: Epistemology in
      Deuteronomy and the Wisdom Literature (FRLANT, 225;
      Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2009). (Reviewed by
      Doug Ingram).

      • Pratico, Gary D. and Miles V. Van Pelt, Basics of
      Biblical Hebrew Grammar (2nd. ed.; Grand Rapids: Zondervan,
      2007) and idem, Basics of Biblical Hebrew Workbook (2nd.
      ed.; Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2007). (Reviewed by Mary L.

      • Schiffman, Lawrence, The Courtyards of the House of the
      Lord: Studies in the Temple Scroll (STDJ, 75; Leiden and
      Boston: Brill, 2008). (Reviewed by Dwight D. Swanson).

      To access all published reviews directly please go


      Christophe Nihan (Associate Editor)

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      Christophe Nihan
      Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies
      University of Lausanne
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