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Emotion, Gender, and Greco-Roman Virtue in Joseph and Aseneth.
(Brill Academic Publishers, 2017)
Anger, courage, and philanthropia—three important elements of Greco-Roman civic life—figure prominently in the book of Joseph and Aseneth and help us uncover the book’s message. One view within Greco-Roman culture valorized ...
When History Repeats Itself: The Theological Significance of the Abrahamic Covenant in Early Jewish Writings.
(SAGE Publications, 2017)
Alongside ‘Mosaic discourse’, Second Temple period authors increasingly looked to Abraham as a source of instruction and authority. This article focuses on the growing importance of the Abrahamic covenant through the lens ...