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Sense and Sensitivity

Hardback|Jan 2002
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This collection of studies to the memory of Robert Carroll reflects his interests in biblical prophecy, ideology and reception history. It includes contributions from Graeme Auld, John Ashton, Alice Bach, Hans Barstad, Joseph Blenkinsopp, Athalya Brenner, David Clines, Johann Cook,...


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This collection of studies to the memory of Robert Carroll reflects his interests in biblical prophecy, ideology and reception history. It includes contributions from Graeme Auld, John Ashton, Alice Bach, Hans Barstad, Joseph Blenkinsopp, Athalya Brenner, David Clines, Johann Cook, and more.
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In this collection of studies to the memory of Robert Carroll, and reflecting his interests in prophecy, ideology and reception history, are contributions from Graeme Auld, John Ashton, Alice Bach, Hans Barstad, Joseph Blenkinsopp, Athalya Brenner, David Clines, Johann Cook, Robert Davidson, Philip Davies, Sean Freyne, Norman Gottwald, Lester Grabbe, John Halligan, Alastair Hunter, David Jasper, William Johnstone, Gabriel Josipovici, Francis Landy, Heather McKay, Stephen Prickett, Hugh Pyper, Stefan Reif, John Sawyer, Robert Setio, Yvonne Sherwood, Carol Smith and Johanna Stiebert.

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Alastair G Hunter

Dr. Alastair Hunter is Senior Lecturer in Hebrew and Old Testament Studies Senior Adviser of Studies at the University of Glasgow. His many publications include most recently Wisdom Literature (SCM Core Texts; London: SCM Presss, 2006) and An Introduction to the Psalms.

Philip R Davies (Ed)

Emeritus Professor Philip Davies was educated at Oxford and (Ph.D., University of St Andrews), and he taught in Ghana before he was appointed at Sheffield.
His major interests are in intertestamental and rabbinic literature and in the Persian and Hellenistic periods. He is an expert on the Dead Sea Scrolls, and has written four books on that subject: 1QM: The War Scroll from Qumran; Qumran; The Damascus Covenant and Behind the Essenes. He is co-author with John Rogerson of the textbook, The Old Testament World, and author of a book on Old Testament history, In Search of 'Ancient Israel'.


He and Professor Clines founded the Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, and he sits on the board of the Supplement Series of monographs.


He is also Executive Officer of the European Association of Biblical Studies and an Editor of Equinox Publishing.

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