The Jewish Bible Quarterly, Vol. XXXIV: 1 (133), January-March, 2006.

Jerusalem: The Jewish Bible Quarterly, 2006. Softbound. Small octavo, paper covers, 64 pp. Very Good. Item #79868

Articles are "Jonah's Conflict with God's Mercy Toward Even the Most Worthy of Pagans," Hayyim Angel, "A LAtch and a Clasp Connecting Deuteronomy 33: 27-29 with Genesis 3: 22-24: A Proposed Interpretation," Moshe Soller, "The Folly of Impetuous Speech: Four Biblical Incidents," Yossi Feintuch, "The Utopian Map in Ezekiel (48:1-35)," Harold Brodsky, "A Significant Insignificance: The Meeting of Jacob and Pharaoh," Leon Kosofsky, "The Book of Job as a Book of Morality," Bernard Ehrlich, "Sleep from the Eyes, Slumber from the Eyelids," Charles David Isbell, "In Your Lying Down and in Your Rising Up: A Biblical Sleep Ethic," Drew Kaplan, "Acharei Mot and the Strange Fire," Jeffrey M. Cohen, "On and Off the Beaten Track in Tel Azeka," Peter Abelow, "Gid Hanasheh as Forgetfulness," Theodore Steinberg.

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