Vol 5, No 1 (2015)

Special Issue: “Pre-critical” Readers and Readings of the Bible

Table of Contents

Editorial

Introduction: “Pre-critical” Readers and Readings: The Bible in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century
 
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Articles

Kevin McGeough
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7–30
Robyn Faith Walsh
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31–60
Jonathan C. P. Birch
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61-93

Review Essays

Review Essay: What Have the Pythons Ever Done for Us?
John Lyons
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95–103

Book Reviews

Book Reviews
Deane Galbraith
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105–52
Text to Tradition: The Naiṣadhīyacarita and Literary Community in South Asia, by Deven M. Patel
James F. Pierce
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107-11
The Hebrew Bible in Fifteenth-Century Spain: Exegesis, Literature, Philosophy, and the Arts, edited by Jonathan Decter and Arturo Prats
Linda Zampol D'Ortia
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111-14
The Nowhere Bible: Utopia, Dystopia, Science Fiction, by Frauke Uhlenbruch
George Aichele
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115-17
Illuminating Moses: A History of Reception from Exodus to the Renaissance, edited by Jane Beal
Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer
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117–26
Nick Cave: A Study of Love, Death and Apocalypse
Eric Repphun
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126-35
Lamentations through the Centuries, by Paul M. Joyce and Diana Lipton
Miriam Bier
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135-39
Bibelrezeption in der Aufklärung, by Christoph Bultmann
Dirk von der Horst
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139-43
Contours of a Biblical Reception Theory: Studies in the Rezeptionsgeschichte of Romans 13.1-7, by Víctor Manuel Morales Vásquez
Sean Winter
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143-46
Engaging Early Christian History: Reading Acts in the Second Century, edited by Rubén R. Dupertuis and Todd Penner
Christina Petterson
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146-49
Nations and Nationalism in the Theology of Karl Barth, by Carys Moseley
Murray A. Rae
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150-52