The Latest Issue of the Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament

Is online at present (for online subscribers) and hard copies are in the mail for subscribers to that format.  It includes

Original Articles

SJOT after Twenty Five Years, by Niels Peter Lemche

“Go in peace” or “Go to Hell”? Elisha, Naaman and the Meaning of Monotheism in 2 Kings 5, by Stuart Lasine

David in the Wisdom of Ben Sira, by Marko Marttila

A Reevaluation of the Kesil’s Image in the Book of Qohelet, by Aron Pinker

Does the Idea of the Old Testament as a Hellenistic Book Prevent Source Criticism of the Pentateuch?, by Niels Peter Lemche

Two Stories of David Sparing Saul’s Life in 1 Samuel 24 and 26: A Question of Priority, by John Van Seters

David’s I-Thou Discourse: Verbal Chiastic Patterns in Psalm 23, by W. Creighton Marlowe

Hosea: a Schizophrenic Prophet, by Moshe Reiss

Saul and Cultural Memory, by Jens Bruun Kofoed

Book Reviews

Jim West – The Apocalypse: A Brief History, by Martha Himmelfarb
Jim West- The Hebrew Prophets: An Introduction, by Jack Lundbom

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