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Journal of Biblical Literature 142.4
JBL 142.4
Publication Date
December 2023


The Journal of Biblical Literature (JBL) is a quarterly periodical that promotes critical and academic biblical scholarship. Bringing the highest level of technical expertise to bear on the canon, cognate literature, and the historical matrix of the Bible, JBL has stood as the flagship journal of biblical studies for more than a century. 


Ariel Seri-Levi, “Compilation or Redaction in the Pentateuch: Reassessing Numbers 25”

Julian C. Chike, “Judges 2:11–19: A Palimpsest of Political History”

Ki-Eun Jang, “Saul’s Israel, the ‘Hebrews,’ and Identity Politics in 1 Samuel 13–14”

Dorota Molin, “The Bible in the Aramaic Bowls: Between Memorization, Orality, and Writtenness”

Gregory S. Paulson and Brice C. Jones, “Resurrecting Amulets and Ostraca within New Testament Textual Criticism”

Nathanael Vette, “The Omens at Jesus’s Death (Mark 15:33–39) and the Divine Abandonment of the Temple before Its Destruction in 70 CE”

Wally V. Cirafesi, “Rethinking John and ‘the Synagogue’ in Light of Expulsion from Public Assemblies in Antiquity”

Jonathan Rowlands, “The Faithful Son: Rereading Hebrews 1:3b”

Michael Pope and Grant Adamson, “The Strange Significance of the Name Carpocrates in Early Christian Polemic”

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