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  • Anonymous, "Bibliographie: Grundlegung, Anthropologie, Recht," Zeitschrift für Evangelische Ethik 5 (November 1961), 382–384. [Bibliography]
  • Anonymous, "Bibliographie: See Occasional Issues," Zeitschrift für Evangelische Ethik 19 (1975). [Bibliography]
  • Anonymous, "Elenchus Bibliographicus, 1976," Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses 52 (1976), 1–486. [Bibliography]
  • Anonymous, Mishnaiot: With Commentary of R. Obadiah of Bartinura, New York: Horeb, 1924. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Anonymous, The Laws of God, Wakefield: Society Who Surnamed Themselves by the Israel, 1939. [Biblical Law]
  • Aalders, J.G., De verhouding tussen het Verbondsbök van Mozes en de Codex H, Den Haag, 1959. [Biblical Law]
  • Aartun, Kjell, "Studien zum Gesetz über den grossen Versöhnungstag Lv 16 mit Varianten: Ein Ritualgeschichtlicher Beitrag," Studia Theologica 34 (1980), 73–109. [Ritual Law]
  • Abba, Raymond, "Priests and Levites in Deuteronomy," Vetus Testamentum 27 (1977), 257–267. [Jurisdiction] [Law and Religion]
  • Abraham, Jed H., "Esau’s Wives," Jewish Bible Quarterly 25, no. 4 (1997), 251–259. [Husband and Wife] [Marriage] [Status—Women]
  • Abraham, K.C., "Eco-Socialism and Jubilee," Religion and Society 43 (December 1996), 89–100. [Agriculture] [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Influence of Jewish Law] [Ritual Law] [Slavery]
  • Abrahams, Lionel, "England and English Laws: Jews before the Privy Council and an English Law Court in 1614–1615," Jewish Quarterly Review 14:354–358. [Courts]
  • Abramsky, S., "The Leadership of Abimelech" (in Hebrew), in A. Even-Shoshan and others, eds., The Book of Sivan—a Collection of Studies . . . in Memory of . . . Shalom Sivan, 163–176, Jerusalem: Kiryat Sepher, 1979. [Kingship]
  • Abramson, Shrage, and H.L. Ginsberg, "On the Aramaic Deed of Sale of the Third Year of the Second Revolt," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 136 (1954), 17–19. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic] [Property] [Sale]
  • Achenbach, Reinhard, "Das Heiligkeitsgesetz im nachpriesterschriftlichen Pentateuch. Zu einem Buch von Klaus Grünwaldt," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsegeschichte 6 (2000), 341–350. [Biblical Law]
  • Achenbach, Reinhard, "Die Erzählung von der gescheiterten Landnahme von Kadesch Barnea (Numeri 13–14) als Schlüsseltext der Redaktionsgeschichte des Pentateuchs," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 9 (2003), 56–123. [Biblical Law] [Property]
  • Achenbach, Reinhard, "Levitische Priester und Leviten im Deuteronomium: Überlegungen zur sog. Levitisierung des Priestertums," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 5 (1999), 285–309. [Ritual Law]
  • Achenbach, Reinhard, "Zwei neue Kommentare zum Deuteronomium," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 2 (1996), 86–113. [Biblical Law]
  • Achenback, Reinhard, review of Das Gesetz im Alten und Neuen Testament, Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsegeschichte 5 (1999), 338. [Biblical Law] [New Testament]
  • Achenbach, Reinhard, review of Time and Place in Deuteronomy, Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblishche Rechtsgeschichte 1 (1995), 149–154.
  • Ackroyd, Peter R., Exile and Restoration: A Study of Hebrew Thought of the Sixth Century B.C., Philadelphia: Westminster, 1968. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Ackroyd, Peter R., "The Jewish Community in Palestine in the Persian Period," in William David Davies and Louis Finkelstein, eds., The Cambridge History of Judaism, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1984, 131–160. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Adamiak, Richard, Justice and History in the Old Testament: The Evolution of Divine Retribution in the Historiographies of the Wilderness Generation, Cleveland: John T. Zubal, 1982. [Biblical Law] [History of Biblical Law]
  • Aderet, Avraham, "Revelation at Sinai, II" (in Hebrew), Prozdor 9–10 (1965), 80–84. [Biblical Law]
  • Adutwum, Ofosu, "The Suspected Adulteress: Ancient Israelite and Traditional Akan Treatment," Expository Times 104 (1992), 38–42. [New Testament] [Sexual Offences] [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Aejmelaeus, Anneli, "Function and Interpretation of in Biblical Hebrew," Journal of Biblical Literature 105 (1986), 193–209. [Terminology] [Interpretation]
  • Agassi, Joseph, "Conventions of Knowledge in Talmudic Law," Journal of Jewish Studies 25 (1974), 16–34. [Legal Reasoning]
  • Agus, Irving A., "The Rights and Immunities of the Minority," Jewish Quarterly Review 45 (1954), 120–129. [Discrimination]
  • Ahituv, Shmuel, "Land and Justice," in Henning Graf Reventlow and Yair Hoffman, eds., Justice and Righteousness: Biblical Themes and Their Influence, 11–28, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1992. [Property]
  • Ahlström, Gösta Werner, Royal Administration and National Religion in Ancient Palestine, Leiden: Brill, 1982. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic]
  • Aho, Gerhard, "Law and Gospel in Preaching," Concordia Theological Quarterly 45 (January-April 1981), 1–4. [New Testament]
  • Ahroni, Reuben, "The Levirate and Human Rights," in Nahum Rakover, ed., Jewish Law and Current Legal Problems, 67–76, Jerusalem: Library of Jewish Law, 1984. [Levirate] [Human Rights]
  • Ahroni, Reuben, "Why Did Esau Spurn the Birthright? A Study in Biblical Interpretation," Judaism 29 (1980), 323–331. [Succession] [Interpretation]
  • Ahuvya, A., "First Covenant" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 14 (1969), 69–79. [Covenant]
  • Ahuvya, A., "The Law and the Covenant Which He Made" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 13 (1968), 87–114. [Covenant] [Biblical Law]
  • Airoldi, Norberto, "La cosiddetta decima israelitica antica," Biblica 55, no. 2 (1974), 179–210. [Biblical Law]
  • Akai, A Study in Biblical Testimony Law 4 (1958), 49–10. [Evidence]
  • Akindele, R., "From the Covenant to the Charter," Israel Law Review 8 (1973), 91–122. [Covenant]
  • Akzin, Benjamin, ed., Studies in Law, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, Hebrew University, 1958. [Theory of Law]
  • Alberti, Angelo, Matrimonio e Divorzio nella Biblia, Milan: Massimo, 1962. [Marriage]
  • Albertz, Rainer, "Hintergrund und Bedeutung des Elterngebots im Dekalog," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 90 (1978), 348–374. [Decalogue]
  • Albertz, Rainer, "‘Ihr seid Fremdlinge in Ägypten gewesen’—Fremde im Alten Testament," in Rainer Albertz, ed., Der Mensch als Hüter seiner Welt: Alttestamentliche Bibelarbeiten zu den Themen des konziliaren Prozesses, 61–72, Stuttgart, 1990 (Calwer Taschenbibliothek 16); reprinted in Silvia Wagner, Gerdi Nützel, Martin Kick, eds., (Anti-) Rassistische Irrationen: Biblische Texte und Interkulturelle Zusammenarbeit, 25–38, Berlin: Alektor, 1994. [Social Protection]
  • Albrecht, Karl, Die Mishna Challah (Teighebe), Giessen: Topplemann, 1913. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Albrecht, Karl, Die Mishna Kilajim (Verbotene Mischgattungen), Giessen: Topplemann, 1914. [Sources—Rabbinic] Albright, William Foxwell, "The Judicial Reform of Jehoshaphat," in Alexander Marx Jubilee Volume, 61–82, New York: Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1950. [Courts]
  • Alegre, X., "Los responsables de la muerte de Jesus," Revista Latinoamericana de Teologia [San Salvador] 14, no. 41 (1997), 139–172. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Aletti, J.N., "Israel et sa Loi selon Saint Paul. Une image caricaturale?" Etudes 388, no. 4 (1998), 499–511. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Alexander, John Bruce, "A Babylonian Year of Jubilee?" Journal of Biblical Literature 57 (1938), 75–79. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Alexander, John Bruce, "New Light on the Fiery Furnace (from a Letter of Rim-Sin, King of Larsa; Compared to Dan 3)," Journal of Biblical Literature 69 (1950), 375–376. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Alexander, T. Desmond, "The Composition of the Sinai Narrative in Exodus xix 1 - xxiv 11," Vetus Testamentum 49 (1999), 2–20. [Biblical Law]
  • Alfrink, B., "Biblischer Bundesgedanke und Eucharistische Feier," Biblische Beiträge (1961), 28–41. [Covenant]
  • Allen, Ronald B., "Affirming Right-of-Way on Ancient Paths," Bibliotheca Sacra 153, no. 609 (January-March 1996), 3–11. [Property]
  • Allison, Dale C., Jr., "Jesus and the Covenant: A Response to E.P. Sanders," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 29 (1987), 57–78. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law] [Covenant]
  • Alonso-Schokel, Luis, "Sapiential and Covenant Themes in Genesis 2–3," Theology Digest 13 (1965), 3–10. [Covenant]
  • Al-Rawi, Farouk N.H., "Assault and Battery," Sumer 38, no. 1–2 (1982), 117–120. [Torts]
  • Alt, Albrecht, "Das Verbot des Diebstahls im Dekalog," in Albrecht Alt, ed., Kleine Schriften zur Geschichte des Volkes Israel 1:333–340, München: C.H. Beck’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1953. [Decalogue]
  • Alt, Albrecht, "Die Heimat des Deuteronomiums," in S. Herrman, ed., Grundfragen der Geschichte des Volkes Israel, 392–417, 1970. [Biblical Law]
  • Alt, Albrecht, Die Ursprünge des Israelitischen Rechts, Leipzig, 1934; reprinted in Albrecht Alt, ed., Kleine Schriften zur Geschichte des Volkes Israel 1:278–332, München: C.H. Beck’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1959. [Biblical Law]
  • Alt, Albrecht, "Eine neue Provinz des Keilschriftrechts," in Albrecht Alt, ed., Kleine Schriften zur Geschichte des Volkes Israel 3:141–157, München: C.H. Beck’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1959. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Alt, Albrecht, "The Formation of the Israelite State in Palestine," in Essays on Old Testament History and Religion, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1966; reprinted in Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 43 (1989), 171–237. [Biblical Law]
  • Alt, Albrecht, "The God of the Fathers," in Essays on Old Testament History and Religion, 1–77, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1966. [Collections of Essays] [History of Biblical Law]
  • Alt, Albrecht, "The Origin of Israelite Law," in Essays on Old Testament History and Religion, 79–132, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1966. [Biblical Law] [History of Biblical Law] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Alt, Albrecht, "Zu den samaritanischen Dekaloginschriften," Vetus Testamentum 2 (1952), 273–276. [Decalogue]
  • Alt, Albrecht, "Zu hit’ammer," Vetus Testamentum 2 (1952), 153–159. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Alt, Albrecht, "Zur Talionsformel," in Albrecht Alt, ed., Kleine Schriften zur Geschichte des Volkes Israel 1:341–344, München: C.H. Beck’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1953. [Talion]
  • Althann, R., "The Psalms of Vengeance against Their Ancient Near Eastern Background," Journal of Northwest Semitic Language 18 (1992), 1–11. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Penalities]
  • Althaus, Paul, Gebot und Gesetz: Zum Thema "Gesetz und Evangelium," Gütersloh: C. Bertelsmann, 1952. [Law and Religion]
  • Althaus, Paul, The Divine Command: A New Perspective on Law and Gospel, trans. Franklin Shermon, Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1966. [Law and Religion]
  • Althaus, Paul, "Um die Todesstrafe," Hamburger Theologische Studien 1 (1950), 7–15. [Penalities]
  • Altman, Amnon, "Claim of Possession over Occupied or Conquered Territory in the Bible and in the Ancient Near East," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 7 (2001), 332–352. [Law of War] [Property]
  • Altman, Amnon, "On Some Basic Concepts in the Law of People Seeking Refuge and Sustenance in the Ancient Near East," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 8 (2002), 323–342. [Social Protection]
  • Altman, Amnon, "The Apologetic Motif in the Historical Prologue to the Treaties of Suppilulium," Shnaton 2 (1977), 27–49. [International Law]
  • Altman, Amnon, "Who Took the Oath on the Vassal Treaty: Only the Vassal King or also the Suzerain?—The Hittite Evidence" Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 9 (2003), 178–184. [Covenant] [Kingship] [Oath]
  • Altshuler, David, "On the Classification of Judaic Laws in the Antiquities of Josephus and the Temple Scroll of Qumran," Association for Jewish Studies Review 7–8 (1982–1983), 1–14. [Arrangement and Classification]
  • Amir, Yehoshua, "Measure for Measure in Talmudic Literature and in the Wisdom of Solomon," in Henning Graf Reventlow and Yair Hoffman, eds., Justice and Righteousness: Biblical Themes and Their Influence, 29–46, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1992. [Talion] [Literary Form]
  • Amir, Yehoshua, "The Decalogue according to Philo," in Ben-Zion Segal and Gershon Levi, eds., The Ten Commandments in History and Tradition, 121–160, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1990. [Decalogue]
  • Amir, Y., "The Ten Commandments according to Philo of Alexandria," in B.Z. Segal, ed., The Decalogue throughout the Generations, 95ff, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1985. [Decalogue]
  • Amit, Yairah, "The Jubilee Law—an Attempt at Instituting Social Justice," in Henning Graf Reventlow and Yair Hoffman, eds., Justice and Righteousness: Biblical Themes and Their Influence, 47–59, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1992. [Ritual Law]
  • Amoussine, I., "Le contrat aramees de 134 ar. votre ere provenant des environs de la Mer Morte," V. V. Strouve (1962), 202–213. [Contract]
  • Amram, David W., "Chapters from the Biblical Law IX: The Trial of Achan by Lot," Green Bag 12 (1900), 659–661. [Procedure]
  • Amram, David Werner, Leading Cases in the Bible, Philadelphia: J.H. Greenstone, 1905; reprint, Littleton: F.B. Rothman, 1985. [Biblical Law] [Criminal Law]
  • Amram, David Werner, "Retaliation and Compensation," Jewish Quarterly Review 2 (1911/12), 191–211. [Remedies] [Talion]
  • Amram, David Werner, The Jewish Law of Divorce: According to the Bible and the Talmud with Some Reference to Its Development in Post-Talmudic Times, New York: Hermon Press, 1975. [Divorce]
  • Amsler, Samuel, "Amos et les droits de l’homme," in Maurice Carrez, Joseph Doré, and Pierre Grelot, eds., De la Tôrah au Messie, 181–187, Paris, 1981 (H. Cazelles Festschrift). [Law and the Prophets] [Human Rights]
  • Amusin, J.D., "Die Gerim in der sozialen Legislatur des Alten Testaments," Kilo 63 (1981), 15–23. [Biblical Law] [Status]
  • Anbar, Moshé, "La libération des esclaves en temps de guerre: Jer 34 et ARM XXVI.363," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 11 (1999), 253–255. [Law of War] [Slavery]
  • Anbar, Moshé, "Le châtiment du crime de sacrilège d’après la Bible et un texte hépatoscopique paléo-babylonien," Revue d’ Assyriologie et d’ Archeologie Orientale 68 (1974), 172–173. [Penalities]
  • Anbar, Moshé, "Les inscriptions hébraïques et la science biblique," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 9 (2003), 124–128. [Biblical Law]
  • Anbar, Moshé, "Les rapports entre les lois cuneiformes, les lois bibliques et les nomades du lac Tchad," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 6 (2000) 172–174. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Anbar, Moshé, "L’influence deutéronomique sur le Code de l’Alliance: le cas d’Exode 21:12–17," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 5 (1999), 165–166. [Covenant]
  • Anbar, Moshé, "(They) Shall Seize the Skirt of a Jew, Saying We Will Go with You (Zech. 8:23)" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 45 (2000), 261–262. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Anbar, Moshé, "Three New Letters from Mari concerning the Bride-Price (TERHATUM)" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 159 (1999), 396–398. [Husband and Wife] [Marriage] [Sale] [Sources—Miscellaneous] [Status—Women]
  • Andersen, Francis I., "Israelite Kinship Terminology and Social Structure," Bible Translator 20 (1969), 29–39. [Terminology]
  • Andersen, Francis I., "The Socio-Juridical Background of the Naboth Incident (I Kings 21)," Journal of Biblical Literature 85 (March 1966), 46–57. [Kingship]
  • Anderson, Albert A., "Marriage of Ruth," Journal of Semitic Studies 23 (1978), 171–183. [Marriage]
  • Anderson, Gary A., "Intentional and Unintentional Sin in the Dead Sea Scrolls," in David P. Wright, David Noel Freedman, and Avi Hurvitz, eds., Pomegranates and Golden Bells: Studies in Biblical, Jewish, and Near Eastern Ritual, Law, and Literature in Honor of Jacob Milgrom, 49–64, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1995. [Intention]
  • Anderson, Gary A., "The Interpretation of the Purification Offering chatas in the Temple Scroll (11Q Temple) and Rabbinic Literature," Journal of Biblical Literature 111 (1992), 17–35. [Ritual Law] [Interpretation]
  • Anderson, Jeff S., "The Social Function of Curses in the Hebrew Bible," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 110, no. 2 (1998), 223–237. [Curses]
  • Anderson, Wilhelm, Law and Gospel: A Study in Biblical Theology, New York: Association Press, 1961. [Law and Religion]
  • André, Gunnel, Determining the Destiny: PQD in the Old Testament, Lund: Gleerup, 1980. [Terminology]
  • Andreasen, Niels-Erik A., The Old Testament Sabbath: A Traditio-Historical Investigation, Missoula, Mont.: Society of Biblical Literature for the Form Criticism Seminar, 1972 (Society of Biblical Literature Dissertation Series 7). [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Andrew, Maurice E., "Using God: Exodus 20:7," Expository Times 74 (1963), 304–307. [Procedure]
  • Andrews, Stephen J., review of Raymond Westbrook, Property and the Family in Biblical Law, Journal of Law and Religion 17, nos. 1–2 (2002), 319–320. [Parent and Child] [Property]
  • Angel, Moses, The Law of Sinai and Its Appointed Times, London: W. Tegg, 1858. [Biblical Law]
  • Anthes, Rudolf, "The Legal Aspect of the Instruction of Amenemhet (the Egyptian Concept of Maat; Grammatical Notes)," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 16 (1957), 176–191. [Comparative Studies—Egyptian]
  • Appel, Gersion, A Philosophy of Mizvot, New York: KTAV, 1975. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Appel, Gersion, Samuel K. Mirsky Memorial Volume, New York: KTAV, 1970. [Covenant]
  • Appel, Gersion, The Concise Code of Jewish Law, New York: KTAV, 1977. [Jewish Law in Israel]
  • Aptowitzer, Victor, "Formularies of Decrees and Documents from a Gaonic Court," Jewish Quarterly Review, n.s., 4 (1913–1914), 23–51. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Aptowitzer, Victor, "Influence of Jewish Law on the Development of Jurisprudence in the Christian Orient," Jewish Quarterly Review, n.s., 1 (1910–1911), 217–229. [Influence of Jewish Law]
  • Aptowitzer, Victor, "Observations on the Criminal Law of the Jews," Jewish Quarterly Review, n.s., 15, no. 55–118. [Criminal Law]
  • Aranov, Maurice Moshe, The Biblical Threshing-Floor in the Light of the Ancient Near Eastern Evidence. Evolution of an Institution, New York: dissertation, New York University, 1977. [Courts]
  • Arens, E., "El año de gracia del Señor. Obervaciones y reflexiones sobre el jubileo," Paginas [Lima], 160 (1999), 46–56. [Holy Days and Sabbath] Arnal, William E., "Gendered Couplets in Q and Legal Formulations: From Rhetoric to Social History," Journal of Biblical Literature 116 (1997), 75–94. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Arneth, Martin, "Die antiassyrische Reform Josias von Juda: Überlegungen zur Komposition und Intention von 2 Reg 23, 4–15," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 7 (2001), 189–216. [Biblical Law]
  • Arneth, Martin, "Psalm 19: Tora oder Messias?" Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 6 (2000), 82–112. [Biblical Law]
  • Arnold, J.C., "The Law and the Prophets," Quarterly Review 296 (1958), 416–425. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Aron, M., Histoire de l’excommunication juive, Nimes, 1882. [Penalities] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Artus, Olivier, "Les deux décalogues dans la Bible," Monde de la Bible 117 (1999), 20–25. [Decalogue]
  • Artzi, Pinhas, "Law" (in Hebrew), in Lexicon Miqrai, Tel Aviv, 1965. [Terminology]
  • Aruh, Kitzur S., Code of Jewish Law, a Compilation of Jewish Laws and Customs, Volumes 1–4, New York: Hebrew Publishing, 1961. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Asaf, S., Bate hadin Vesidrehem ahare Hatimat Hatalmud, Jerusalem, 1924.
  • Asaf, S., Hatakanot vehaminhagim hashonim biyerushat habaal et ishto, Jerusalem: Hamadpis, 1926.
  • Asaf, S., La notion de l’aumone chez les Mesopotamiens, les Pheniciens, et dans l’at, Stassbourg: dissertation, 1967. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Asaf, S., "Minnui Nashim Leapitrupsus (Appointment of Women as Guardians)," Hamishpat Haivri 2 (1927), 75–81. [Women]
  • Asaf, S., Miteshubot Hageonim 12 Teshubot, Jerusalem.
  • Asaf, S., "Shemittat Hakarka," Hatekufah 21, 209–225.
  • Ascough, Richard S., review of P. Bohlemann, Jesus und der Täufer: Schlüssel zur Theologie und Ethik des Lukas, Biblica 80, no. 3 (1999), 430–433. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Askowith, Dora, "Legal Fictions or Evasions of the Law," Journal of Jewish Studies (1927), 1–11. [Theory of Law]
  • Asmussen, Jes P., "Matriarchalische reminiszenzen im AT?" Dansk Teologisk Tidsskrift 17 (1954), 242–248. [Marriage]
  • Astour, Michael C., "Tamar, the Hierodule: An Essay in the Method of Vestigial Motifs," Journal of Biblical Literature 85 (June 1966), 185–196. [Women]
  • Athidiyah, M., "Scapegoat" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 6 (1961), 80–. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Aubin, Melissa, review of James R. Baker, Women’s Rights in Old Testament Times, Journal of Law and Religion 17, nos. 1–2 (2002), 321–323. [Status—Women] [Human Rights]
  • Audet, Jean Paul, "Love and Marriage in the Old Testament," Scripture 10 (1958), 117–128. [Marriage]
  • Auer, F., "Das AT in der Sicht des Bundesgedankens," in Lex tua Veritas. Fest. Junker, 1–15, Trier, 1961. [Covenant]
  • Auerbach, Elias, "Das Zehngebot: Allgemeine Gesetzes-Form in der Bibel," Vetus Testamentum 16, no. 3 (1966), 255–276. [Decalogue]
  • Auerbach, Elias, "Die Feste im alten Israel," Vetus Testamentum 8 (1958), 1–18. [Ritual Law]
  • Auerbach, Leopold, Das jüdische Obligationenrecht nach den Quellen und mit besonderer Berücksichtigung des römischen und deutschen Rechts, Berlin, 1870, 1891. [Obligations]
  • Augenstein, Jörg, "Jesus und das Gesetz im Johannesevangelium," Kirche und Israel 14 (1999), 161–179. [New Testament] [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Auld, A. Graeme, "Cities of Refuge in Israelite Tradition," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 10 (1978), 26–40. [Penalities]
  • Auld, A. Graeme, "Kings without Privilege. David and Moses on the Story of the Bible’s Kings" (book review), Vetus Testamentum 46 (1996), 553–555. [Kingship]
  • Aus, Roger D., "The Death of One for All in John 11:45–54 in Light of Judaic Traditions," in Roger D. Aus, ed., Barabbas and Esther and Other Studies in the Judaic Illumination of Earliest Christianity, 29–63, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1992. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus] [Collective Responsibility]
  • Ausloos, Hans, "Deuteronomi(sti)c Elements in Exod. 23, 20–33: Some Methodological Remarks," in Marc Verveene, ed., Studies in the Book of Exodus: Redaction-Reception-Interpretation, 481–500, Louvain: Leuven University Press, 1996. [Interpretation] [Methodology in Jewish Law]
  • Ausloos, Hans, "Exod 23,20–33 and the ‘War of YHWH,’" Biblica 80, no. 4 (1999), 555–563. [Law of War]
  • Avalos, Hector, "Exodus 22:9 and Akkadian Legal Formulae," Journal of Biblical Literature 109 (1990), 116–117. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Remedies]
  • Averbeck, Richard E., "The Form Critical, Literary, and Ritual Unity of Exodus 19:3–24:11," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1995. [Literary Form] [Intention] [Form Criticism] [Ritual Law]
  • Averbeck, Richard E., "To Know or Not to Know in Leviticus 5:1–6 and 17–19," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1989. [Intention]
  • Avis, Paul D.L., "Moses and the Magistrate: A Study in the Rise of Protestant Legalism," Journal of Ecclesiastical History 26 (April 1975), 149–172. [Theory of Law]
  • Avishur, Yitzhak, "Treaty Terminology in the Moses-Jethro Story (Exodus 18:1–12)," Aula Orientalis 6 (1988), 139–147. [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Covenant] [Terminology]
  • Aymard, Andre, "Le partage des profits de la guerre dans les traites d’alliance antiques," Revue d’Historie (1957), 233–249. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Law of War]


B

  • Babany, Leon, Institutions juridiques des Romains, comparées aux intitutions juridiques des Hebreux, Paris: Recueil Sirey, 1926. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Babbs, Arthur Vergil, The Law of the Tithe as Set Forth in the Old Testament, New York: Revell, 1912. [Biblical Law]
  • Bach, Alice, "Good to the Last Drop: Viewing the Sotah, Numbers 5.11–31, as the Glass Half Empty and Wondering How to View It Half Full," in J. Cheryl Exum and David J.A. Clines, eds., The New Literary Criticism and the Hebrew Bible, 26–54, Sheffield: Journal for Study of the Old Testatment Press, 1993. [Sexual Offences]
  • Bach, Robert, "Gottesrecht und weltliches Recht in der Verkündigung des Propheten Amos," in Festschrift G. Dehn, 23–34, Neukirchen, 1957. [Prophecy and Law]
  • Bachmann, Michael, "4QMMT und Galaterbrief M’SY HTWRH und Erga Nomov," Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der Älteren Kirche 89, no. 1–2 (1998), 91–113. [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Qumran]
  • Bacon, Benjamin Wisner, "Jesus and the Law: A Study of the First ‘Book’ of Matthew (Mt 3–7)," Journal of Biblical Literature 47, nos. 3–4 (1928), 203–231. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Badenas, Robert, Christ, the End of the Law: Romans 10:4 in Pauline Perspective, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1985 (Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement Series 10). [New Testament—Jesus and the Law] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Badian, Ernst, Publicans and Sinners: Private Enterprise in the Service of the Roman Republic, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1983. [Taxation]
  • Bajsic, Alois, "Pilatus, Jesus, and Barabbas," Biblica 48, no. 1 (1967), 7–28. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Baker, James R., Women’s Rights in Old Testament Times, Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1992. [Status—Women] [Human Rights]
  • Bakhos, Carol, review of Etienne Nodet, A Search for the Origins of Judaism: From Joshua to the Mishnah, Journal of Law and Religion 17, nos. 1–2 (2002), 325–327. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Bakon, S., "The Biblical Concept of Government," Dor leDor 14 (1985), 16–25. [Public Law]
  • Balch, David L., "‘You Teach All the Jews . . . to Forsake Moses, Telling Them Not to . . . Observe the Customs’ (Acts 21:21; cf. 6:14)," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 32 (1993), 369–383. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Ball, Milner S., Called by Stories: Biblical Sagas and Their Challenge for Law, Durham: Duke University Press, 2000. [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Baltzer, Klaus, "Naboths Weinberg (1.Kön.21). Der Konflikt zwischen israelitischem und kanaanaischem Bodenrecht," Wort und Dienst, n.s., 8 (1965), 73–88. [Biblical Law]
  • Baltzer, Klaus, The Covenant Formulary; in Old Testament, Jewish, and Early Christian Writings, trans. David E. Green, Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1971. [Covenant]
  • Balz, Horst, "Biblische Aussagen zur Homosexualität," Zeitschrift für Evangelische Ethik 31 (1987), 60–72. [Sexual Offences]
  • Bamberger, Bernard Jacob, Proselytism in the Talmudic Period, Cincinnati: Hebrew Union College Press, 1939; reprint, New York: KTAV, 1968. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Bamberger, Bernard Jacob, "Qetanah, Na’arah, Bogereth," Hebrew Union College Annual 32 (1961), 281–294. [Terminology]
  • Bamberger, Bernard Jacob, "Revelations of Torah after Sinai: An Aggadic Study," Hebrew Union College Annual 16 (1941), 97–113. [History of Biblical Law] [Revelation]
  • Bammel, Ernst, "Crucifixion as a Punishment in Palestine," Studies in Biblical Theology, 2d ser., 13 (1970); reprinted in The Trial of Jesus: Cambridge Studies in Honour of C.F.D. Moule, 162–165, Naperville, Ill: Alec R. Allenson Inc., 1970. [Penalities]
  • Bammel, Ernst, "Gottes Diatheke (Gal. 3:15–17) und das jüdische Rechtsdenken," New Testament Studies 6 (July 1960), 313–319. [New Testament]
  • Bammel, Ernst, The Trial of Jesus: Cambridge Studies in Honour of C.F.D. Moule, Naperville: Alec R. Allenson, 1970. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Bammel, Ernst, and C.F.D. Moule, eds., Jesus and the Politics of His Day, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1984. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Bammel, Ernst, C.K. Barrett, and W.D. Davies, Donum Gentilicium, New Testament Studies in Honour of David Daube, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1978. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Banks, Robert J., Jesus and the Law in the Synoptic Tradition, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1975. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Banks, Robert J., "Matthew’s Understanding of the Law: Authenticity and Interpretation in Matthew 5:17–20," Journal of Biblical Literature 93 (June 1974), 226–242. [New Testament]
  • Banks, Robert J., "The Eschatological Role of Law in Pre- and Post-Christian Jewish Thought," in Reconciliation and Hope, 173–185, Grand Rapids: Eerdmans Pub. Co., 1974. [Law and Religion]
  • Bäntsch, B., Das Heiligkeits-Gesetz Lev. 17–26, 1893. [Biblical Law]
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  • Barag, Dan, "Owners of Multiple Seals in Judea during the Eighth-Early Sixth Sixth Century B.C.E." (in Hebrew), in Baruch A. Levine and others, eds., Eretz-Israel: Archaeological, Historical, and Geographical Studies 26: Frank Moore Cross Volume, 35–38, Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1999. [Sources—Biblical]
  • Barbaglio, Giuseppe, review of J.M. Diaz-Rodelas, Pablo y la Ley: La Novedad de Rom. 7:7–8:4 en el Conjunto de la Reflexión Paulina Sobre la Ley, Biblica 77, no. 4 (1996), 570–573. [New Testament] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Barbour, Robin S., "Loyalty and Law in New Testament Times," Scottish Journal of Theology 11 (December 1958), 337–351. [New Testament]
  • Barclay, John M.G., "Paul, Philemon, and the Dilemma of Christian Slave-Ownership," New Testament Studies 37 (1991), 161–186. [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Slavery]
  • Barclay, William, "New Wine in Old Wine-Skins: Law in the Old Testament," Expository Times 86 (December 1974), 68–72; (January 1975), 100–103. [Biblical Law] [New Testament]
  • Barclay, William, The Old Law & the New Law, Philadelphia: Westminster, 1972, also printed in Edinburgh: Saint Andrew Press, 1972. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Barker, Margaret, "Atonement: The Rite of Healing," Scottish Journal of Theology 49 (1996), 1–20. [Ritual Law]
  • Barmash, Pamela, Homicide in the Biblical World, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Barmash, Pamela, "The Development of the Places of Refuge in the Hebrew Bible," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 2002. [Criminal Law] [Procedure]
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  • Barr, James, "Biblical Law and the Question of Natural Theology," in Timo Veijola, ed., Law in the Bible and in Its Environment, 1–22, Helsinki: Finnish Exegetical Society; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 1990. [Law and Religion] [Biblical Law]
  • Barr, J., "Mk 2, 27 und die ältesten Fassungen des Arbeitsruhegebotes im Alten Testament: Biblisch-theologische Beobachtungen zur Sabbatfrage," Biblische Notizen 41 (1988), 41–64. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Barr, Oscar, Das Gesetz über falsche Zeugen nach Bibel und Talmud, Berlin, 1882. [Evidence]
  • Barrett, Charles K., "Things Sacrificed to Idols," New Testament Studies 11 (1965), 138–153. [New Testament] [Ritual Law]
  • Barrick, William D., "The Mosaic Covenant," Master’s Seminary Journal 10, no. 2 (Fall 1999), 213–232. [Covenant] [Prophecy and Law] [Revelation]
  • Bartal, A., "Otherwise . . . When My Lord Shall Sleep with His Fathers I and My Son Solomon Shall Be Counted Offenders (1 Kings 1:21)" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 23 (1978), 433–435, 523–524. [Biblical Law]
  • Bartchy, S. Scott, MALLON CHRESAI: First-Century Slavery and the Interpretation of 1 Corinthians 7:21, Missoula, Mont.: Society of Biblical Literature for the Seminar on Paul, 1973. [Slavery] [Interpretation]
  • Barth, Christoph, "Theophanie, Bundschliessung und neuer Anfang am dritten Tage," Evangelische Theologie 28 (1968), 521–533. [Covenant]
  • Barth, Gerhard, Untersuchungen zum Gesetzesverständnis des Evangelisten Matthäus, Heidelberg: dissertation, 1955. [New Testament]
  • Barth, Markus, "Challenge of the Apostle Paul," Journal of Ecumenical Studies 1 (Winter 1964), 58–81. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Barth, Markus, "Christ and Law," Oklahoma Law Review 12 (1959), 67. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Barth, Markus, "Die Stellung des Paulus zu Gesetz und Ordnung," Evangelische Theologie 33 (September 1973), 496–526. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Bartlett, Clarence, As a Lawyer Sees Jesus: A Logical Analysis of the Scriptural and Historical Record, New York: Greenwich Book, 1960. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Barton, George A., "Some Contracts of the Persian Period from the Kh/2 Collection of the University of Pennsylvania," American Journal of Semitic Language and Literature 16 (1899–1900), 65–83. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Contract]
  • Barton, John, "Ethics in Isaiah of Jerusalem," Journal of Theological Studies 32 (1981), 1–18; reprinted in Robert P. Gordon, ed., "The Place Is Too Small for Us": The Israelite Prophets in Recent Scholarship, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1995. [Theory of Law]
  • Barton, John, "Natural Law and Poetic Justice in the Old Testament," Journal of Theological Studies 30 (1979), 1–14. [Biblical Law]
  • Barton, John, "The Law and the Prophets: Who Are the Prophets?" Old Testament Studies 23 (1984), 3–18; reprinted in John Barton, Robert P. Carroll, and Jan P. Fokkelman, eds., Prophets, Worship and Theodicy, 1–18, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1984. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Barucq, Andre, "La criminologie dans la tradition Hebraique et l’examen des temoignages dans l’action judiciaire. Donnees Historiques, Psychiatriques et Medico-legales," Rev. H. M. Hebrew 10 (1951), 5–14. [Criminal Law]
  • Barucq, André, "La Notion d’Alliance dans l’Ancien Testament et les debuts du judaisme," in André Barucq, ed., Populus Dei: Studi in Onore Del Card Alfredo Ottaviani Per il Cinquantesimo di Sacerdozio: 18 Marzo 1966, 5–110, Rome: Communio v. 10–11, 1969. [Covenant] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Baskin, Judith R., "Rabbinic Reflections on the Barren Wife," Harvard Theological Review 82 (1989), 101–114. [Divorce] [Husband and Wife]
  • Basser, Herbert W., "Superstitious Interpretations of Jewish Laws," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Period 8 (1977), 127–138. [Methodology in Jewish Law] [Interpretation]
  • Basser, Herbert W., "The Development of the Pharisaic Idea of Law as a Sacred Cosmos," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Period 16 (June 1985), 104–116. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Battles, Ford Lewis, "Notes on John Calvin, Justitia, and the Old Testament Law," in Dikran Y. Hadidian, ed., Intergerini Parietis Septum (Eph. 2:14): Essays Presented to Markus Barth on His Sixty-Fifth Birthday, 23–37, Pittsburgh: Pickwick Press, 1981 (Pittsburgh Theological Monograph Series no. 33). [Biblical Law]
  • Batto, Bernard F., "Land Tenure and Women at Mari," Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 23 (1980), 209–239. [Comparative Studies—Mari]
  • Batto, Bernard F., "The Covenant of Peace: A Neglected Ancient Near Eastern Motif," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 49 (1987), 187–211. [Covenant]
  • Bauer, Johannes B., "Aut Maleficus Aut Alieni Speculator (1 Peter 4:15)," Biblische Zeitschrift 22, no. 1 (1978), 109–115. [New Testament]
  • Bauer, Johannes B., "König und Priester, ein heiliges Volk (Ex. XIX, 6)," Biblische Zeitschrift 2 (1958), 283–286. [Kingship]
  • Baum, Gregory, "Ambiguity of Biblical Religion," Theology Today 33 (January 1977), 344–353. [Biblical Law]
  • Bauman, Richard A., Crime and Punishment in Ancient Rome, London: Routledge, 1996. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Criminal Law] [New Testament—Trial of Jesus] [New Testament—Trials of Paul] [Penalities]
  • Baumgart, Norbert Clemens, "Überkommene Traditionen neu Aufgearbeitet und Angeeignet: Lev 26:3–45, das Heiligkeits Gesetz in Exile und Diaspora," Biblische Zeitschrift 43, no. 1 (1999), 1–25. [Biblical Law]
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  • Baumgarten, Albert I., "The Pharisaic Paradosis," Harvard Theological Review 80 (1987), 63–77. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Baumgarten, Albert I., "The Torah as a Public Document in Judaism," Sciences religieuses 14 (1985), 17–24. [Public Law] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Baumgarten, Joseph M., "4Q Halakaha, the Law of HADASH, and the Pentecontal Calendar," Journal of Jewish Studies 27 (1976), 36–46. [Sources—Intertestamental]
  • Baumgarten, Joseph M., "A Fragment on Fetal Life and Pregnancy in 4Q 270," in David P. Wright, David Noel Freedman, and Avi Hurvitz, eds., Pomegranates and Golden Bells: Studies in Biblical, Jewish, and Near Eastern Ritual, Law and Literature in Honour of Jacob Milgrom, 445–448, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1995. [Abortion]
  • Baumgarten, Joseph M., "Congruences and Divergences from the Exegesis and Elaboration of Biblical Law Known from Rabbinical Sources," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 2002. [Interpretation]
  • Baumgarten, Joseph M., "Form Criticism and the Oral Law," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Period 5 (1974), 34–40. [Literary Form] [Form Criticism]
  • Baumgarten, Joseph M., "Miscellaneous Rules," in Joseph Baumgarten and others, eds., Qumran Cave 4. XXV. Halakhic Texts, 57–78, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1999. [Qumran]
  • Baumgarten, Joseph M., "On the Testimony of Women in 1QSa," Journal of Biblical Literature 76 (1957), 266–269. [Procedure] [Status—Women]
  • Baumgarten, Joseph M., "Scripture and Law in 4Q265," in Michael Stone and Esther Glickler Chazon, eds., Biblical Perspectives: Early Use and Interpretation of the Bible in Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls: Proceedings of the First International Symposium of the Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature, 12–14 May 1996, 25–33, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1998. [Evidence] [Qumran] [Sources of Law] [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Baumgarten, Joseph M., Studies in Qumran Law, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1977. [Qumran]
  • Baumgarten, Joseph M., "The Damascus Document Reconsidered," in Robert A. Kugler and Eileen M. Schuller, eds., Dead Sea Scrolls at Fifty: Proceedings of the 1997 Society of Biblical Literature Qumran Section Meetings, 149–150, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1999 (Early Judaism and Its Literature no. 15). [Qumran] [Sources of Law] [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Baumgarten, Joseph M., "The Duodecimal Courts of Qumran, Revelation, and the Sanhedrin," Journal of Biblical Literature 95 (1976), 59–78. [Courts] [Qumran] [Revelation]
  • Baumgarten, Joseph M., "The Laws of ‘Orlah and First Fruits in the Light of Jubilees, the Qumran Writings, and Targum Ps. Jonathan," Journal of Jewish Studies 38 (1987), 195–202. [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Qumran]
  • Baumgarten, Joseph M., "The Laws of the Damascus Document: Between Bible and Mishnah," in Joseph M. Baumgarten, Esther Glickler Chazon, and Avital Pinnick, eds., The Damascus Document: A Centennial of Discovery. Proceedings of the Third International Symposium of the Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature, 4–8 February, 1998, 17–26, Leiden: Brill, 2000. [Qumran]
  • Baumgarten, Joseph M., "The Pharisaic-Sadducean Controversies about Purity and the Qumran Texts," Journal of Jewish Studies 31, no. 2 (1980), 157–170. [History of Jewish Law] [Qumran]
  • Baumgarten, Joseph M., "The Red Cow Purification Rites in Qumran Texts," Journal of Jewish Studies 46 (1995), 112–119. [Qumran]
  • Baumgarten, Joseph M., "Theological Elements in the Formulation of Qumran Law," in Shalom M. Paul, Robert A. Kraft, Lawrence H. Schiffman, and Weston W. Fields, eds., Emanuel: Studies in Hebrew Bible, Septuagint and Dead Sea Scrolls in Honor of Emanuel Tov., 33–41, Leiden: Brill, 2003. [Qumran]
  • Baumgarten, Joseph M., "Tohorot," in Joseph Baumgarten and others, eds., Qumran Cave 4. XXV. Halakhic Texts, 79–122, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1999. [Qumran]
  • Baumgarten, Joseph M., "Unwritten Law in the Pre-rabbinic Period," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Period 3 (1972), 7–29. [Sources of Law]
  • Baumgarten, Joseph M., "Zab Impurity in Qumran and Rabbinic Law," Journal of Jewish Studies 45 (1994), 273–278. [Qumran]
  • Baylis, Charles P., "The Woman Caught in Adultery: A Test of Jesus as the Greater Prophet," Bibliotheca Sacra 146 (1989), 171–184. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Baynes, Norman Hepburn, Israel amongst the Nations, an Outline of Old Testatment History, London: Student Christian Movement, 1927. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Bazak, Jacob, "Is a Consequence Considered Intended When It Is Foreseen as Highly Probable? A Comparative Study in Halakha and in Modern Criminal Law," in H.G. Sprecher, ed., Jewish Law Association Studies 10: The Jerusalem 1998 Conference Volume, 1–9, Binghamton, N.Y.: Global Publications, State University of New York at Binghamton, 2000. [Intention] [Torts]
  • Bazak, Jacob, "Judicial Ethics in Jewish Law," in A.M. Fuss, ed., The Oxford Conference Volume, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1987 (Jewish Law Association Studies 3), 27–40. [Courts]
  • Bazak, Jacob, "The Authority of Arbitrators to Amend or to Change Their Award in Jewish Law," Maarav 8 (1992), 265–273. [Courts]
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  • Beattie, Derek R.G., Jewish Exegesis of the Book of Ruth, Sheffield: University of Sheffield Press, 1977. [Marriage]
  • Beattie, Derek R.G., "Ruth III," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 5 (1978), 39–48. [Biblical Law]
  • Beattie, Derek R.G., "The Book of Ruth as Evidence for Israelite Legal Practice," Vetus Testamentum 24, no. 3 (1974), 251–267. [Levirate]
  • Beaucamp, Evode, "Justice divine et pardon," in Mém A. Gelin, A la rencontre de Dieu, 129–144, Le Puy, 1961. [Divine Justice]
  • Beaucamp, Evode, "La justice de Yahve et l’economie de l’alliance," Studii Biblici Franciscani 11 (1960), 5–55. [Covenant]
  • Beaucamp, Evode, "La justice en Israël," in Populus Dei, I. Israel, Studi in onore del Card. A. Ottaviani, 201–235, Roma, 1969. [Biblical Law]
  • Beaucamp, Evode, Les Prophetes d’Israel ou le drame d’une Alliance, Quebec, 1968. [Law and the Prophets] [Covenant]
  • Beauchamp, Paul, "Propositions sur l’alliance de l’Ancien Testament comme structure centrale," Recherches de Science Religieuse 58 (April-June 1970), 161–193. [Covenant]
  • Beavis, Mary Ann, "Ancient Slavery as an Interpretive Context for the New Testament Servant Parables with Special Reference to the Unjust Steward (Luke 16:1–8)," Journal of Biblical Literature 111 (Spring 1992), 37–54. [New Testament] [Slavery]
  • Beavis, Mary Ann, "The Trial before the Sanhedrin (Mark 14:53–65): Reader Response and Greco-Roman Readers," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 49 (1987), 581–596. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Béchard, Dean P., "Paul among the Rustics: The Lystran Episode (Acts 14:8–20) and Lucan Apologetic," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 63, no. 1 (2001), 84–101. [New Testament]
  • Béchard, Dean P., "The Disputed Case against Paul: A Redaction-Critical Analysis of Acts 21:27–22:29," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 65 (2003), 232–250. [New Testament—Trials of Paul]
  • Bechtel, Lyn M., "Shame as a Sanction of Social Control in Biblical Israel: Judicial, Political, and Social Shaming," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 49 (1991), 47–76. [Penalities] [Sanctions]
  • Beck, Norman A., Mature Christianity: The Recognition and Repudiation of the Anti-Jewish Polemic of the New Testament, London: Associated University Presses, 1985. [New Testament]
  • Becker, Von Jürgen, "Zum Problem der Homosexualität in der Bibel," Zeitschrift für Evangelische Ethik 31 (1987), 36–60. [Sexual Offences]
  • Becking, Bob, "A Judge in History. Notes on Nahum 3,7 and Esarhaddons Succession Treaty 47:452," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 1 (1995), 111–116. [Legal Profession] [Succession]
  • Becking, Bob, "The Idea of Thorah in Ezra 7–10. A Functional Analysis," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 7 (2001), 273–286. [Biblical Law] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Beer, Georg, Die Mischna Pesahim, Ostern, 1912. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Beeston, Alfred F.L., "One Flesh," Vetus Testamentum 36 (1986), 115–117. [Marriage]
  • Begg, Christopher T., "Rereading of the ‘Animal Rite’ of Genesis 15 in Early Jewish Narratives," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 50 (1988), 36–46. [Ritual Law] [Animals]
  • Begg, Christopher T., "The Ai-Achan Story (Joshua 7–8) according to Josephus," Jian Dao [Hong Kong] 16 (2001), 1–20. [Collective Responsibility] [History of Jewish Law] [Law of War] [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Begg, Christopher T., "The Covenantal Dove in Psalm LXXIV 19–20," Vetus Testamentum 37 (1987), 78–81. [Covenant]
  • Begg, Christopher T., "The Royal Lottery according to Josephus," Revista Catalana de Teología [Barcelona] 21, no. 2, (1996), 273–288. [History of Jewish Law] [Kingship] [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Succession]
  • Begrich, Joachim, "Berit," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 60 (1944); reprinted in Gesammelte Studien zum Alten Testament (1964), 55–66, 1–11. [Covenant]
  • Beitzel, Barry J., "The Right of the Firstborn (Pi Snayim) in the Old Testament (Deuteronomy 21:15–17)," in Walter C. Kaiser, ed., A Tribute to Gleason Archer, 179–190, Chicago: Moody Press, 1986. [Succession]
  • Belkin, Samuel, In His Image: Jewish Philosophy of Man as Expressed in Rabbinic Tradition, Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1979. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Belkin, Samuel, "Levirate and Agnate Marriage in Rabbinic and Cognate Literature," Jewish Quarterly Review 60 (1970), 275–329. [Levirate]
  • Belkin, Samuel, Philo and the Oral Law: The Philonic Interpretation of Biblical Law Related to the Palestinian Halakah, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1940. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Bellefontaine, Margaret Elizabeth, A Study of Ancient Israelite Laws and Their Function as Covenant Stipulations, Notre Dame, Ind.: dissertation, University of Notre Dame, 1973. [Covenant] [History of Biblical Law]
  • Bellefontaine, Margaret Elizabeth, "Customary Law and Chieftainship: Judicial Aspects of 2 Samuel 14:4–21," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 38 (1987), 47–72. [Biblical Law]
  • Bellefontaine, Margaret Elizabeth, "Deuteronomy 21:18–21: Reviewing the Case of the Rebellious Son," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 13 (1979), 13–31. [Parent and Child]
  • Belleville, Linda L., "‘Under Law’: Structural Analysis and the Pauline Concept of Law in Galatians 3:21–4:11," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 26 (1986), 53–78. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Bellinger, Alfred R., and C. Bradford Welles, "A Third-Century Contract of Sale from Edessa in Osrhoene," Yale Class Studies 5 (1935), 93–154. [Sale] [Contract]
  • Bellinger, William H., Jr., "Psalms of the Falsely Accused: A Reassessment," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 25 (1986), 463–469. [Sanctions]
  • Ben Aharon, B., Yesod Vesamchit bate hadin hadatiyim bereres Yisrael (Basis and Jurisdiction of Religious Courts in Palestine), Jerusalem, 1927. [Jurisdiction]
  • Ben Yashar, M., "The Covenant between the Pieces" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 23–24 (1965), 39–102. [Covenant]
  • Ben Zeev, Miriam Pucci, "Did the Jews Enjoy a Privileged Position in the Roman World?" Jewish Law Association Studies 8: The Jerusalem 1994 Conference Volume, 7–10, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1996. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Discrimination] [New Testament] [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [New Testament—Trials of Paul] [Social Protection]
  • Ben Zeev, Miriam Pucci, Jewish Rights in the Roman World: The Greek and Roman Documents Quoted by Josephus Flavius, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1998. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Discrimination] [Human Rights] [New Testament] [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Ben Zvi, Ehud, "The List of the Levitical Cities," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 54 (1992), 77–106. [Biblical Law]
  • Benas, Bertram B., "Legal Devices," Jewish Review 4, 419–. [Medico-Legal Issues]
  • Benas, Bertram B., "The Genesis of Evolution of Law (for Jewish Legal Interests)," Proceedings of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool 41 (1903). [Medico-Legal Issues]
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  • Benas, Bertram B., "The Legal Device in Jewish Law," Studies in Jewish Jurisprudence Publications 9 (1929). [Medico-Legal Issues]
  • Benas, Bertram B., "The Methods of Law and Review of the Phenomena of Comparative Jurisprudence (for Jewish Legal Interests)," Proceedings of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool (1913). [Medico-Legal Issues]
  • Benas, Bertram B., "The Renascence of Jewish Law," Journal of Comparative Legislation and Internal Law (February 1920). [History of Jewish Law]
  • Ben-Barak, Zafrira, "Meribaal and the System of Land Grants in Ancient Israel," Biblica 62 (1981), 73–91. [Property]
  • Ben-Barak, Zafrira, "The Appeal to the King as the Highest Authority for Justice," in V. Matthias Augustin and Klaus D. Schunck, eds., Wünschet Jerusalem Frieden: Collected Communications to XIIth Congress of the Int’l Org. for the Study of the Old Testament, Jerusalem, 1986, 169–177, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1988. [Kingship]
  • Ben-Barak, Zafrira, "The Meribaal Story and Land-Grants in Ancient Israel" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 25 (1980), 42–62. [Property]
  • Ben-Barak, Zafrira, "The Mizpah Covenant (I Samuel 10:25): The Source of the Israelite Monarchic Covenant," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 91, no. 1 (1979), 30–43. [Kingship] [Covenant]
  • Ben-Barak, Zafrira, "The Status and Right of the Gebira," Journal of Biblical Literature 110 (1991), 23–34. [Women]
  • Benéitez, Manuel, "Un extraño interrogatorio. Jn 18, 29–32," Estudios Eclesiáticos 68 (1993), 459–96. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Benjamin, Don C., Deuteronomy and City Life: A Form Criticism of Texts with the Word "ir" in Deuteronomy 4:41–26:19, Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 1983. [Biblical Law] [Form Criticism]
  • Ben-Menahem, Hanina, and Neil S. Hecht, eds., Authority, Process and Method: Studies in Jewish Law, Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers, 1998. [History of Jewish Law] [Legal Reasoning] [Methodology in Jewish Law] [Procedure]
  • Bennett, George H., "The Origin and Nature of Law," Methodist Review 81 (1899), 382–385. [Law and Religion]
  • Bennett, Harold V., Injustice Made Legal: Deuteronomic Law and the Plight of Widows, Strangers, and Orphans in Ancient Israel, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2002. [Biblical Law] [Social Protection]
  • Benny, Philip Bergers, The Criminal Code of the Jews According to the Talmud Massecheth Synhedrin, London: Smith, Elder, 1880. [Criminal Law]
  • Benoit, Pierre, "The Trial of Jesus," in Jesus and the Gospel, trans. Benet Weatherhead, 1:123–146, London: Darton, Longman, and Todd, 1973. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Bentwich, Norman A.G., "Hakkarat HH be Hukkah ha Erets Yisraelit. (Recognition of Jewish Law in the Constitution of Palestine)," Hamishpat Haivri 1 (1926). [Jewish Law in Israel]
  • Bentwich, Norman A.G., Jewish Law in Practice: The Application of Jewish Law in Palestine, 1927. [Jewish Law in Israel]
  • Bentwich, Norman A.G., "Toledot Takkanot Keneset Yisrael: History of the Jewish Community Regulations," Hamishpat Haivri 3 (1928), 157–164. [Jewish Law in Israel]
  • Bentz-Letts, Alan, "Jesus’ Death & Resurrection," Encounter 58, no. 3 (Summer 1997), 251–274. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law] [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Bergant, Dianne, "Jubilee: The Year of the Lord," Bible Today 37, no. 6 (1999), 343–348. [Agriculture] [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Ritual Law] [Slavery]
  • Bergel, Josef, Die Eheverhältnisse der alten Juden im Vergleiche mit den Griechischen und Römischen, Leipzig: W. Friedrich, 1881. [Literary Form]
  • Berger, Klaus, Die Gesetzesauslegung Jesu: Ihr historischer Hintergrund im Judentum und im Alten Testament, Neukirchener Verlag, 1972. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Berger, Klaus, "Die sogenannten ‘Sätze heiligen Rechts’ im N.T.: Ihre Funktion und Sitz im Leben," Theologische Zeitschrift 28 (1972), 305–330. [New Testament]
  • Berger, Klaus, "Hartherzigkeit und Gottes Gesetz; die Vorgeschichte des antijüdischen Vorwurfs in Matthew 10:5," Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der Älteren Kirche 61, no. 1 (1970), 1–47. [New Testament]
  • Bergmeier, Roland, Das Gesetz im Römerbrief und andere Studien zum Neuen Testament, Tübingen: Mohr-Siebeck, 2000. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Bergmeier, Roland, "Und deinen Feind hassen," in Roland Bergmeier, Das Gesetz im Römerbrief und andere Studien zum Neuen Testament, 122–128, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2000. [New Testament—Trials of Paul]
  • Bergmeier, Roland, "‘Welche Bedeutung kommt dann dem Gesetz zu?’ (Galatians 3,19a)," Theologische Zeitung 59 (January, 2003), 35–48. [New Testament—Trials of Paul]
  • Bergren, Richard Victor, The Prophets and the Law, Cincinnati: Hebrew Union College—Jewish Institute of Religion, 1974. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Bergsma, John Sietze, and Scott Walker Hahn, "Noah’s Nakedness and the Curse on Canaan (Genesis 9:20–27)," Journal of Biblical Literature 124 (2005), 25–40. [Parent and Child] [Sexual Offences]
  • Bergsma, John S., "The Jubilee: A Post-Exilic Priestly Attempt to Reclaim Lands?" Biblica 84 (2003), 225–246. [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Property] [Sources—Intertestamental]
  • Berkovits, Eliezer, "Faith and Law," Judaism 13 (Fall 1964), 422–430. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Berkovits, Eliezer, "Sedeq and S’daqa," in Man and God: Studies in Biblical Theology, 292–348, Detroit, 1969. [Terminology]
  • Berkovits, Eliezer, "The Biblical Meaning of Justice," in Man and God. Studies in Biblical Theology, 224–252, Detroit, 1969, also printed in Judaism 18 (1969), 188–209. [Biblical Law]
  • Berkowitz, Abraham, "The Law and the Land: Why Biblical Israel Has Artificial Territorial Boundaries," Tradition 28, no. 2 (1994), 34–43. [Property]
  • Berlin, Adele, "Numinous Nomos: On the Relationship between Narrative and Law," in "A Wise and Discerning Mind"—Essays in Honor of Burke O. Long, 25–31, Providence, R.I.: Brown Judaic Studies, 2000. [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Methodology in Jewish Law]
  • Berman, Jacob, "Haepetrupsus: Shittat Epitrupsus Beyisrael (The Principal of Guardianship in Jewish Law)," Hamishpat Haivri 1 (1926), 189–193. [Guardianship]
  • Bernal Giménez, J.M., "El siervo como promesa de ‘mispat.’ Estudio biblico del término ‘mispat’ en Is 42,1–4," in Homenaje a J. Alonso Diaz, ed., Palabra y vida, 77–85, Madrid, 1984. [Terminology]
  • Bernhardt, Karl Heinz, Gott und Bild: Ein Beitrag zur Begründung und Deutung des Bilderverbotes im Alten Testament, Greifswald, 1952; reprint, Berlin: Evangelische Verlagsanstalt, 1956. [Biblical Law]
  • Bernstein, Moshe, and others, eds., Legal Texts and Legal Issues: Proceedings of the Second Meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies, Cambridge 1995: Published in Honour of Jospeh M. Baumgarten, Leiden: Brill, 1995. [Interpretation] [Legal Reasoning] [Methodology in Jewish Law] [Public Law] [Qumran] [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Bertrand-Dagenbach, C., and others, eds., Carcer, Prison et privation de liberté dans l’Antiquité classique. Actes du colloque de Strasbourg (5 et 6 Decembre 1997), Paris: de Boccard, 1999. [Comparative Studies—Greek] [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Criminal Law]
  • Bettenzoli, Giuseppe, "Deuteronomium und Heiligkeitsgesetz," Vetus Testamentum 34 (October 1984), 385–398. [Biblical Law]
  • Betz, Hans Dieter, "Geist, Freiheit und Gesetz: die Botschaft des Paulus an die Gemeinden in Galatien," Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche 71, no. 1 (1974), 78–93. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Betz, Otto, "Probleme des Prozesses Jesu," in Principat 25/1: Vorkonstantinisches Christentum: Leben und Umwelt Jesu; Neues Testament, 565–647, Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1982. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Beuken, Wim A.M., "Exod. 16.5, 23: A Rule regarding the Sabbath?" Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 32 (1985), 3–14. [Ritual Law] [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Beuken, Wim A.M., "Mispat: The First Servant Song and Its Context," Vetus Testamentum 22 (1972), 1–30. [Terminology]
  • Beyerlin, Walter, "Die Paranese im Bundesbuch—ihre Herkunft," in Gottes Wort und Gottes Land. Festschrift für H.W. Hertzberg, 9–29, Göttingen, 1965. [Biblical Law]
  • Beyerlin, Walter, "Herkunft und Geschichte der ältesten Sinaitraditionen," in Origins and History of the Oldest Sinaitic Tradition, London: Oxford University Press, 1965. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Beyerlin, Walter, Herkunft und Geschichte der ältesten Sinaitraditionen, Tübingen: Mohr-Siebeck, 1961; reprinted as The Origins and History of the Oldest Sinaitic Traditions, trans. by S. Rudman, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1965. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Biale, Rachel, Women and Jewish Law: The Essential Texts, Their History, and Their Relevance for Today, New York: Schocken Books, 1995. [History of Jewish Law] [Sources—Miscellaneous] [Status—Women]
  • Bialloblotzky, C.H.F., De legis Mosiacae abrogatione, Göttingen: Typis Dietrichianis, 1824. [Biblical Law]
  • Bianchi, H., Alternativen zur Strafjüstiz: Biblische Gerechtigkeit, Freistätten, Täter-Opfer-Ausgleich, München, 1988. [Criminal Law]
  • Bibb, Bryan D., "Nadab and Abihu Attempt to Fill a Gap: Law and Narrative in Leviticus 10:1–7," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 96 (2001), 83–99. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Bickerman, Elias Joseph, "Couper une alliance," Archives d’Histoire du Droit Oriental 5 (1950–1951), 133–156. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Bickerman, Elias Joseph, From Ezra to the Last of the Maccabees: Foundations of Post-biblical Judaism, New York: Schocken Books, 1962. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Bickerman, Elias Joseph, "The Babylonian Captivity," in William David Davies and Louis Finkelstein, eds., The Cambridge History of Judaism vol. 1: Introduction; the Persian Period, 342–358, Cambridge: University of Cambridge, 1984. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Bickerman, Elias J., "The Warning Inscriptions of Herod’s Temple," Jewish Quarterly Review 37 (1946–1947), 387–405. [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Bickerman, Elias J., "Two Legal Interpretations of the Septuagint (Genesis 34:12, Exodus 22:16–22)," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 3 (1956), 81–104. [Interpretation]
  • Biddle, Mark E., "The ‘Endangered Ancestress’ and Blessing for the Nations," Journal of Biblical Literature 109 (1990), 599–611. [Husband and Wife]
  • Bigger, Stephen F., "The Family Laws of Leviticus 18 in Their Setting," Journal of Biblical Literature 98 (1979), 187–203. [Biblical Law]
  • Bile, M., "IC IV 41 et le Sens de Epinomai," in E. Levy, La Codification des Lois dans LAntiquité. Actes du Colloque de Strasbourg Novembre 27–29, 1997, 161–174, Paris: de Boccard, 2000. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Bird, Phyllis A., "‘Male and Female He Created Them’: Genesis 1:27b in the Context of the Priestly Account of Creation," Harvard Theological Review 74 (1981), 129–159. [Literary Form]
  • Birnbaum, Solomon A., "The Kephar Bebhayu Conveyance," Palestine Exploration Quarterly 89 (1957), 108–132. [Contract]
  • Birnbaum, Solomon A., "The Kephar Bebhayu Marriage Deed," Journal of the American Oriental Society (1958), 12–18. [Marriage]
  • Bissell, Allen Page, The Law of Asylum in Israel, Leipzig, 1884. [Biblical Law]
  • Blank, Sheldon H., "The Curse, Blasphemy, the Spell, and the Oath," Hebrew Union College Annual 23 (1950), 73–95. [Oath] [Curses]
  • Blank, Sheldon H., "The LXX Renderings of Old Testament Terms for Law," Hebrew Union College Annual 7 (1930), 259–283. [Terminology]
  • Bläser, Peter, Das Gesetz bei Paulus, Münster: W. Aschendorff, 1941. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Blau, Lajos, Die jüdische Ehescheidung und der jüdische Scheidebrief: Ein Historische Untersuchung . . . von Prof. Dr. Ludwig Blow, Strassburgh: K.J. Trübner, 1911. [Marriage]
  • Bleich, J. David, Contemporary Halakhic Problems, vol. 3, New York: Ktav, 1989. [Collections of Essays]
  • Bleich, J. David, "Survey of Recent Halakhic Periodical Literature," Tradition 32, no.1 (1997), 68–80. [Influence of Jewish Law] [Interpretation]
  • Blenkinsopp, Joseph, A History of Prophecy in Israel, Philadelphia: Westminster, 1983. [Prophecy and Law] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Blenkinsopp, Joseph, "Abraham and the Righteous of Sodom," Journal of Jewish Studies 33 (1982), 119–132. [Biblical Law]
  • Blenkinsopp, Joseph, "An Assessment of the Alleged Pre-Exilic Date of the Priestly Material in the Pentateuch," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 108 (1996), 495–518. [Biblical Law]
  • Blenkinsopp, Joseph, "Are There Traces of the Gibeonite Covenant in Deuteronomy?" Catholic Biblical Quarterly 28 (1966), 207–219. [Covenant]
  • Blenkinsopp, Joseph, "Biblical Law and Hermeneutics: A Reply to Professor Gaffney," Journal of Law and Religion 4, no. 1 (1986), 97–101. [Biblical Law]
  • Blenkinsopp, Joseph, Ezra-Nehemiah: A Commentary, Philadelphia: Westminster, 1988. [History of Biblical Law] [Commentaries]
  • Blenkinsopp, Joseph, Gibeon and Israel: The Role of Gibeon and the Gibeonites in the Political and Religious History of Early Israel, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1972 (Society for Old Testament Studies Monograph Series 2). [History of Biblical Law]
  • Blenkinsopp, Joseph, "Interpretation and the Tendency to Sectarianism: An Aspect of Second Temple History," in E.P. Sanders, ed., Jewish and Christian Self-Definition: Two Aspects of Judaism in the Greco-Roman Period, Philadelphia: Fortress, 1981. [Interpretation]
  • Blenkinsopp, Joseph, Prophecy and Canon: A Contribution to the Study of Jewish Origins, Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1977. [Prophecy and Law] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Blenkinsopp, Joseph, "Tanakh and the New Testament: A Christian Perspective," in Lawrence Boadt, Helga Croner, and Leon Klenicki, eds., Biblical Studies: Meeting Ground of Jews and Christians, 96–119, New York: Paulist Press, 1980. [Interpretation]
  • Blenkinsopp, Joseph, "The Mission of Udjahorresnet and Those of Ezra and Nehemiah," Journal of Biblical Literature 106 (1987), 409–421. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Blenkinsopp, Joseph, "The Structure of P," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 38 (1976), 275–292. [Literary Form]
  • Blenkinsopp, Joseph, "Was the Pentateuch the Civil and Religious Constitution of the Jewish Ethnos in the Persian Period?" in James W. Watts, Persia and Torah: The Theory of Imperial Authorization of the Pentateuch, 41–62, Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2001 (Society of Biblical Literature Symposium Series 17). [Codification]
  • Blenkinsopp, Joseph, Wisdom and Law in the Old Testament: The Ordering of Life in Israel and Early Judaism, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1983; reprint, New York: Oxford University Press, 1995. [Biblical Law] [Jewish Law in Israel]
  • Blenkinsopp, Joseph, "Wisdom and Law in the Old Testament: The Ordering of Life in Israel and Early Judaism" (book review), Vetus Testamentum 46 (1996), 558–559. [Public Law]
  • Blidstein, Gerald J., "Athimia: A Greek Parallel to Ezra 10:8 and to Post-biblical Exclusion from the Community," Vetus Testamentum 24, no. 3 (1974), 357–360. [Comparative Studies—Greek]
  • Blidstein, Gerald J., Honor Thy Father and Mother: Filial Responsibility in Jewish Law, New York: KTAV, 1976. [Parent and Child]
  • Blidstein, Gerald J., "The Sale of Animals to Gentiles in Talmudic Law," Jewish Quarterly Review 61 (1971), 188–198. [Animals] [Sale]
  • Bligh, J., "De munere positivo Legis in oeconomia salutis," Verbum Domini 41 (1963), 186–188.
  • Blinzler, Josef, The Trial of Jesus: The Jewish and Roman Proceedings against Jesus Christ Described and Assessed from the Oldest Accounts, Westminster, Md: Newman Press, 1959. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Bloch, Abraham P., The Biblical and Historical Background of Jewish Customs and Ceremonies, New York: KTAV, 1980. [Law and Religion]
  • Bloch, Abraham P., The Biblical and Historical Background of the Jewish Holy Days, New York: KTAV, 1978. [History of Jewish Law] [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Bloch, Moses, Das mosaisch-talmudische Erbrecht, Budapest, 1904. [Succession]
  • Bloch, Moses, Das mosaisch-talmudische Strafgerichtsverfahren, Budapest, 1901. [Criminal Law] [Succession]
  • Bloch, Moses, Der Vertrag nach Mosaisch-Talmudischern Rechte, Budapest, 1892–1893. [Contract]
  • Blomberg, Craig L., "The Law in Luke-Acts," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 22 (1984), 53–80. [New Testament]
  • Blosser, Don, "The Sabbath Year Cycle in Josephus," Hebrew Union College Annual 52 (1981), 129–139. [Ritual Law] [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Blum, Erhard, Studien zur Komposition des Pentateuch, Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1990. [Biblical Law]
  • Blum, Erhard, review of Damian J. Wynn-Williams, The State of the Pentateuch: A Comparison of the Approaches of M. Noth and E. Blum, Biblica 80, no. 4 (1999), 564–569. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Blumenfeld, David L., The Terminology of Imprisonment and Forced Detention in the Bible, New York: dissertation, New York University, 1977. [Terminology] [Penalities]
  • Blumenstein, J., Die Verschiedenen Eidesarten nach mosaisch-talmudischen Rechte und die Fälle ihrer Anwendung: Ein Beitrag zur Altern Rechtsgeschichte nach den originalquellen Bearb, Frankfurt: J. Kauffmann, 1883. [Oath]
  • Blumenthal, David R., Commentary of R. Hoter Ben Shelomo to the Thirteen Principles of Maimonides, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1974. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Bock, Darrell L., Blasphemy and Exaltation in Judaism and the Final Examination of Jesus, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1998; reprint, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Books, 2000. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Bock, Darrell L., "Crucifixion, Qumran, and the Jewish Interrogation of Jesus," in Richard P. Thompson and Thomas E. Phillips, eds., Literary Studies in Luke-Acts, Essays in Honor of Joseph B. Tyson, 3–10, Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press, 1998. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law] [New Testament—Trial of Jesus] [Qumran]
  • Bock, Darrell L., "Jesus v. Sanhedrin: Why Jesus ‘Lost’ His Trial," Christianity Today 42, no. 4 (April 1998), 48–50. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law] [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Bockel, P., "L’interdit du Decalogue," Bible et Terre Sainte 65 (1964), 4–12. [Decalogue]
  • Bockmuehl, Markus, Jewish Law in Gentile Churches: Halakhah and the Beginning of Christian Public Ethics, Edinburgh: T & T Clark. 2000. [New Testament]
  • Bockmuehl, Markus, "‘Let the Dead Bury Their Dead’: Jesus and the Law Revisited," Journal of Theological Studies 49 (2000), 23–48. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Bockmuehl, Markus, "Matthew 5:32, 19:9 in the Light of Pre-rabbinic Halakhah," New Testament Studies 35 (1989), 291–295. [Divorce]
  • Bockmuehl, Markus, "Natural Law in Second Temple Judaism," Vetus Testamentum 45 (1995), 17–44. [History of Jewish Law] [Theory of Law]
  • Bockmuehl, Markus, "Natural Law in the New Testament?" in Markus Bockmuehl, Jewish Law in Gentile Churches: Halakhah and the Beginning of Christian Public Ethics, 113–143, Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 2000. [New Testament]
  • Bockmuehl, Markus, "The Beginning of Christian Public Ethics: From Luke to Aristides and Diognetus," in Markus Bockmuehl, Jewish Law in Gentile Churches: Halakhah and the Beginning of Christian Public Ethics, 177–228, Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 2000. [New Testament]
  • Bockmuehl, Markus, "The Noachide Commandments and New Testament Ethics," Revue Biblique 102 (1995), 72–101. [New Testament] [Biblical Law]
  • Bodde, Derk, "Authority and Law in Ancient China," Journal of the American Oriental Society, Supplement 17 (1954), 46–55. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Boecker, Hans Jochen, "Anklagereden und Verteidigungsreden im Alten Testament: Ein Beïtrag zur Formgeschichte Alttestamentlicher Prophetenworte," Evangelische Theologie 20 (1960), 398–412. [Biblical Law]
  • Boecker, Hans Jochen, "Anmerkungen zur Adoption im Alten Testament," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 86 (1974), 86–89. [Adoption]
  • Boecker, Hans Jochen, "Erwägungen zum Amt des Mazkir," Theologische Zeitschrift 17 (1961), 212–216. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Boecker, Hans Jochen, Law and the Administration of Justice in the Old Testament and Ancient East, trans. Jeremy Moiser, Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House, 1980. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Procedure]
  • Boecker, Hans Jochen, Recht und Gesetz im Alten Testament und im Alten Orient, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1976 (Neukirchener Studienbücher 10); English translation: Law and the Administration of Justice in the Old Testament and Ancient East, trans. Jeremy Moiser, Minneapolis, Minn.: Augsburg, 1980. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Boecker, Hans Jochen, Redeformen des Rechtslebens im Alten Testament, Holland: Neukirchener Verlag, 1964, 1970. [Literary Form]
  • Boecker, Hans Jochen, "Überlegungen zur sogenannten Familiengerichtsbarkeit in der Frühgeschichte Israels," in Stefan Beyerle and others, eds., Recht und Ethos im Alten Testament-Gestalt und Wirkung: Festschrift für Horst Seebass zum 65 Geburtstag, 3–9, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener, 1999. [Courts] [Husband and Wife]
  • Boer, P.A.H. de, "Some Remarks on Exodus xxi 7–11. The Hebrew Female Slave," Orientalia Neerlandica (1948), 162–166; reprinted in "Selected Studies in Old Testament Exegesis," Oudtestamentische Studien 27 (1991), 33–37. [Slavery]
  • Böhl, Felix, "Das Fasten an Montagen und Donnerstagen: Zur Geschichte Einer Pharisäischen Praxis (Lk. 18:12)," Biblische Zeitschrift 31 (1987), 247–250. [Ritual Law]
  • Bohl, Felix, Gebotserschwerung und Rechtsverzicht als ethisch-religiöse Normen in der rabbinischen Literatur, Frankfurt: Judaism Studien, 1971, also printed in Freiburg: Klaus Schwarz, 1971. [Theory of Law]
  • Bohlen, Reinhold, Der Fall Nabot. Form, Hintergrund und Werdegang einer alttestamentlichen Erzählung (1 Kön 21), Trier: Paulinus-Verlag, 1978 (Trierer Theologische Studien 35). [Biblical Law]
  • Bohler, D., "‘Ecce Homo!’ (Joh 19,5)—ein Zitat aus dem Alten Testament," Biblische Zeitschrift 39 (1995), 104–108. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Boid, I.R.M., review of Jean Margain, Les particules dans le targum samaritain de Génèse-Exode, Bibliotheca Orientalis 53, nos. 3–4 (1996), 526–528. [History of Jewish Law] [Sources of Law]
  • Bolle, W., Das israelitische Bodenrecht, Berlin: dissertation, 1939. [Biblical Law]
  • Bonar, Andrew Alexander, A Commentary on Leviticus, London: Banner of Truth Trust, 1966. [Commentaries]
  • Bonneau, Normand, "The Logic of Paul’s Argument on the Curse of the Law in Galatians 3:10–14," Novum Testamentum 39 (1997), 60–80. [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Curses]
  • Bonora, Antonio, "Amos difensore del diritto e della giustizia," in Maria Grazia Angelini, Giuseppe Barbaglio, and Cesare Bissoli, eds., Testimonium Christi: Scritti in onore di Jacques Dupont, 69–90, Brescia: Paideia Editrice, 1985. [Theory of Law]
  • Bons, Eberhard, "Konnte eine Witwe die nahalah ihres verstorbenen Mannes erben? Überlegungen zum Ostrakon 2 aus der Sammlung Moussaieff," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 4 (1998), 197–208. [Succession]
  • Bony, P., "Le Jubile biblique: histoire et sens," Espvie 110, no. 5 (2000), 18–24; no. 6 (2000), 18–22. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Boochs, Wolfgang, Die Finanzverwaltung im Altertum, Sankt Augustin: Richarz, 1985. [Taxation]
  • Booij, Thijs, "Mountain and Theophany in the Sinai Narrative," Biblica 65 (1984), 1–26. [Biblical Law]
  • Booth, Osborne, "The Semantic Development of the Term ‘mspt’ in the Old Testament," Journal of Biblical Literature 61 (1942), 105–110. [Terminology]
  • Booth, Roger P., Jesus and the Laws of Purity: Tradition History and Legal History in Mark 7, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1986. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law] [Ritual Law]
  • Borchert, Gerald L, "1 Corinthians 7:15 and the Church’s Historic Misunderstanding of Divorce and Remarriage," Review & Expositor 96, no. 1 (Winter 1999), 125–129. [Divorce] [New Testament]
  • Bord, Lucien-Jean, "L’adoption dans la Bible et dans le Droit Cunéiforme," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 3 (1997), 174–194. [Adoption] [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Comparative Studies—Assyrian]
  • Borger, Riekele, Die Inschriften Asarhaddons Königs von Assyrien, Afo Beheft, 1956. [Comparative Studies—Assyrian]
  • Borger, Riekele, Texte aus der Umwelt des Alten Testament, Rechtsbücher: Rechts und Wirtschaftsurkunden, 1981; reprint, Gütersloh: G. Mohn, 1982. [Biblical Law]
  • Borland, Andrew, Personalities at the Crucifixion, London: Pickering and Inglis, 1969. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Bormann, Lukas, Recht, Gerechtigkeit und Religion im Lukasevangelium, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 2001. [New Testament]
  • Bornkamm, Gunther, Das Ende des Gesetzes: Paulusstudien, Münich: Kaiser, 1966. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Bornkamm, Gunther, "Ehescheidung und Wiederverheiraturn in Neuen Testament," Gesammelte Aufsätze 3 (1968), 56–59. [New Testament—Divorce]
  • Bornkamm, Gunther, "Wandlungen im alt- und neutestamentlichen Gesetzesverständnis," Gasammelte Aufsätze 4 (1971), 73–119. [Biblical Law]
  • Bornowsky, M., "Biblical Law in the Law of the State of Israel" (in Hebrew), Diné Israel 2 (1970), 5–22. [Jewish Law in Israel]
  • Bosman, H.L., "Redefined Prophecy as Deuteronomic Alternative to Divination in Deut. 18:9–22," Acta Theologica 16 (1996), 1–23. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Prophecy and Law] [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Bosman, Philip, Conscience in Philo and Paul: A Conceptual History of the Synoida Word Group, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2003. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Bossman, David M., "Ezra’s Marriage Reform: Israel Defined," Biblical Theology Bulletin 9 (1979), 32–38. [Marriage]
  • Bottero, J., "Le Code de Hammu-rabi," Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa 12, no. 3 (1982), 409–444 (Classe di lettere e filosofia). [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Bottéro, Jean, "L’ordalie en Mésopotamie ancienne," Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa 3 (1981), 1005–1067 (Classe di lettere e filosofia). [Procedure]
  • Botterweck, G. Johannes, "Form und-überlieferungsgeschichtliche Studien zum Dekalog," Concilium 1 (1964), 392–401; reprinted in English in Concilium 5 (1965), 33–44. [Decalogue]
  • Botterweck, G. Johannes, "The Form and Growth of the Decalogue," Moral Theology (May 1975), 33–44. [Decalogue]
  • Botterweck, G. Johannes, and Helmer Ringgren, eds., Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament, trans. John T. Willis, 14 vols. to date, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 1974–. [Terminology]
  • Boudreuil, P., F. Israel, and D. Pardee, "Kings Command and Widows Plea: Two New Hebrew Ostraca of the Biblical Period," Near Eastern Archaeology 61, no. 1 (March 1998), 2–14. [Archaeology] [Husband and Wife] [Kingship] [Sources—Biblical] [Status—Women]
  • Boulton, Wayne G., Is Legalism a Heresy? New York: Paulist Press, 1982. [New Testament]
  • Bovati, Pietro, Re-Establishing Justice: Legal Terms, Concepts and Procedures in the Hebrew Bible, trans. Michael J. Smith, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1994. [Courts]
  • Bovon, François, "The Dossier on Stephen, the First Martyr," Harvard Theological Review, 96 no. 3 (2003), 279–315. [New Testament]
  • Bovon, François, "The Law in Luke-Acts," in François Bovon, Studies in Early Christianity, 59–73, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2003. [New Testament]
  • Bovon, François, "The Lukan Story of the Passion of Jesus (Luke 22–23)," in François Bovon, Studies in Early Christianity, 74–105, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2003. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Bovon, P., "L’homme nouveau et la loi chez l’apôtre Paul," in Ulrich Luz and Hans Weder, eds., Die Mitte des Neuen Testaments: Einheit und Vielfalt Neutestamentlischer Theologie: Festschrift für Schweizer, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 22–33 (1983). [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Bowman-Sh, Talmon J., "Samaritan Decalogue Inscriptions," Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 32 (1951), 211–236. [Decalogue]
  • Boyer, Georges, "ARMT VIII, Textes jurdiques et administratifs," TCL 29 (1957). [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Boyer, Georges, ARMT VIII, Textes juridiques, transcrits, traduits et commentes, Paris: Imprimerie Nationale, 1958. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Boyer, Georges, "Introduction bibliographique a l’histoire du droit sumero-akkadien," Archives d’Histoire du Droit Oriental 2 (1938), 63–110. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Bibliography]
  • Boyer, Georges, "Son ongle en guise de sceau," Histoire du Droit Oriental (1965), 3–13. [Literary Form]
  • Boyle, Marjorie O’Rourke, "The Covenant Lawsuit of the Prophet Amos: 3:1–4:13," Vetus Testamentum 21 (1971), 338–362. [Law and the Prophets] [Covenant]
  • Bracker, H.D., Das Gesetz Israels—Vergleichen mit den altorientalischen Gesetzen der Babylonier, der Hethiter und der Assyrer, Hamburg: Rauhen, 1962. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Bradley, K., "Law, Magic, and Culture in the Apologia of Apuleius," Phoenix 51, no. 2 (1997), 203–233. [Curses]
  • Bradley, K., "The Problem of Slavery in Classical Culture," Classical Philology 92, no. 3 (1997), 273–282. [Comparative Studies—Greek] [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Slavery]
  • Brandon, Samuel G.F., Jesus and the Zealots: A Study of the Political Factor in Primitive Christianity, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1967. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Brandon, Samuel G.F., "The Myth and Ritual Position, Critically Considered," in S.H. Hooke, ed., Myth, Ritual, and Kingship, 1958. reprinted in Robert A., Segal, ed., Ritual and Myth: Robertson, Smith, Frazer, Hooke and Harrison, New York: Garland Pub., 1996. [Kingship] [Ritual Law]
  • Brandon, Samuel George Frederick, The Trial of Jesus of Nazareth, New York: Stein and Day Publishers, London: Batsford, 1968. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Branscomb, Bennett Harvie, Jesus and the Law of Moses, New York: R.R. Smith, 1930. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Branscomb, Bennett Harvie, "Jesus’ Attitude to the Law of Moses," Journal of Biblical Literature 47, nos. 1–2 (1928), 32–40. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, Bundesdokument und Gesetz: Studien Zum Deuteronomium, Freiburg: Herder, 1995 (Herder’s Biblical Studies 4). [Biblical Law] [Interpretation]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Das Buch Deuteronomium," in E. Zenger, ed., Einleitung in das Alte Testament, 76–88, Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1995 (Kohlhammer Studienbücher Theologie 1,1). [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Das Deuteronomium und die Bücher Hiob, Sprichwörter, Rut. Zur Frage früher Kanonizität des Deuteronomiums," in E. Zenger, ed., Die Tora als Kanon für Juden und Christen, 61–138, Freiburg: Herder, 1996 (Herder’s Biblical Studies 10). [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Das Deuteronomium und die Geburt des Monotheismus," in Ernst Haag, ed., Gott, der einzige. Zur Entstehung des Monotheismus in Israel, 115–159, Freiburg: Herder, 1985 (Quaestiones Disputatae 104); id., Studieum zur Theologie des Deuteronomiums, 257–300. [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Das Deuteronomium und die Gedächtniskultur Israels. Redaktionsgeschichtliche Beobachtungen zur Verwendung von lmd," in Georg Braulik, ed., Biblische Theologie und gesellschaftlicher Wandel: Für Norbert Lohfink SJ, 9–31, Freiburg: Herder, 1993. [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Das Deuteronomium und die Menschenrechte," Theologische Quartalschrift 166 (1986), 8–24; reprinted in Studien zur Theologie des Deuteronomiums, 301–323. [Human Rights] [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, Das Testament des Mose. Das Buch Deuteronomium, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1976, 1993 (Stuttgarter Kleiner Kommentar AT 4); reprinted as Deuteronomio: Il testamento di Mosè, Bibbia per tutti, Assissi: Cittadella, 1987; reprinted as Mojsìjeva oporuka knjiga ponovljenog zakona, Zagreb: Krscanska, 1988 (Biblioteka Rijec 19). [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, Deuteronomium 1–16,17, Würzburg: Echter, 1986 (New English Bible at 15). [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, Deuteronomium 16, 18–34, 12, Würzburg: Echter, 1992 (New English Bible at 28). [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Deuteronomium, Deuteronomistisches Geschichtswerk, Deuteronomistische Schule," Lexicon für Theologie und Kirche 3 (1995), 116–118. [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Deuteronomy and Human Rights," Skrif en Kerk 19 (1998), 207–229. [Biblical Law] [Human Rights]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Die Abfolge der Gesetze in Deuteronomium 12–26 und der Dekalog," in Norbert Lohfink, ed., Das Deuteronomium. Entstehung, Gestalt und Botschaft, 252–272, Leuven: Uitgeverij Peeters, 1985 (Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium 68); reprinted in Studien zur Theologie des Deuteronomiums, 231–255; reprinted as "The Sequence of the Laws in Deuteronomy 12–26 and the Decalogue," in D.L. Christensen, ed., A Song of Power and the Power of Song: Essays on the Book of Deuteronomy, 313–335, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1993 (Sources for Biblical and Theological Studies 3). [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Die Ablehnung der Göttin Aschera in Israel. War sie erst deuteronomistisch, diente sie der Unterdrückung der Frauen?" in M. Wacker, ed., Der eine Gott und die Göttin: Gottesvorstellungen des biblischen Israel im Horizont feministischer Theologie, 106–136, Freiburg: Herder, 1991 (Quaestiones Disputatae 135). [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Die Ausdrücke für ‘Gesetz’ im Buch Deuteronomium," Biblica 51, no. 1 (1970), 39–66; reprinted in Studien zur Theologie des Deuteronomiums, 11–38. [Biblical Law] [Terminology]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Die dekalogische Redaktion der deuteronomischen Gesetze. Ihre Abhängigkeit von Levitikus 19 am Beispiel von Deuteronomium 22,1–12; 24–10–22; 25,13–16," in G. Braulik, ed., Bundesdokument und Gesetz. Studien zum Deuteronomium, 1–25, Freiburg: Herder, 1995 (Herder’s Biblical Studies 4). [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, Die deuteronomischen Gesetze und der Dekalog. Studien zum Aufbau von Deuteronomium 12–26, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1991 (Stuttgarter Bibelstudien 145). [Biblical Law] [Decalogue]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Die Entstehung der Rechtfertigungslehre in den Bearbeitungsschichten des Buches Deuteronomium. Ein Beitrag zur Klärung der Voraussetzungen paulinischer Theologie," Theologie und Philosophie 64 (1989), 321–333. [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Die Freude des Festes. Das Kultverstaendnis des Deuteronomium—die aelteste biblische Festtheorie," in Raphael Schulte, ed., Leiturgia-Koinonia-Diakonia: Festschrift für Kardinal Franz Koenig zum 75 Geburtstag, 127–179, Wien: Herder, 1980; reprinted in Theologisches Jahrbuch (1983), 13–54; reprinted in Studien zur Theologie des Deuteronomiums, 161–218. [Biblical Law] Braulik, Georg, "Die Funktion von Siebenergruppierungen im Endtext des Deuteronomiums," in Friedrich Vinzenz Reiterer, ed., Ein Gott—eine Offenbarung: Beiträge zur biblischen Exegese, Theologie und Spiritualität: Festschrift für Notker Füglister OSB zum 60. Geburtstag, 37–50, Würzburg: Echter, 1991. [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Die gesellschaftliche Innenseite der Kirche," Bibel und Kirche 43 (1988), 134–139. [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, Die Mittel deuteronomischer Rhetorik: erhoben aus Deuteronomium 4,1–40, Rome: Pontificio Istituto Biblico, 1978 (Analacta Biblica 68). [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Die politische Kraft des Festes. Biblische Aussagen," in H. Erharter and H. Rauter, eds., Liturgie zwischen Mystik und Politik. Österreichische Pastoraltagung 27. Bis 29. Dezember 1990, 65–79, Wien: Herder, 1991. [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Die Theorien über das Deuteronomistische Geschichtswerk (‘DtrG’)," in E. Zenger, ed., Einleitung in das Alte Testament, 127–131, Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1995 (Kohlhammer Studienbücher Theologie 1,1). [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Die Völkervernichtung und die Rückkehr Israels ins Verheissungsland. Hermeneutische Bemerkungen zum Buch Deuteronomium," in Marc Vervenne, ed., Deuteronomy and Deuteronomic Literature: Festschrift C. H. W. Brekelmans, 3–38, Louvain: University Press, 1997 (Bibliotheca Esphemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium 133). [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Ezechiel und Deuteronomium: Die ‘Sippenhaftung’ in Ezechiel 18, 20 und Deuteronomium 24,16 Unter Berücksichtigung von Jeremia 31,29–30 und Könige 14,6," Biblische Zeitschrift 44 (2000), 206–233. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Gesetz als Evangelium. Rechtfertigung und Begnadigung nach der deuteronomischen Tora," Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche 79 (1982), 127–160; reprinted in Studien zur Theologie des Deuteronomiums, 127–160; revised as "Law as Gospel: Justification and Pardon according to the Deuteronomic Torah," Interpetation 38 (1984), 5–14. [Biblical Law] [Law and Religion]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Haben in Israel auch Frauen geopfert? Beobachtungen am Deuteronomium," in Siegfried Kreuzer and Kurt Lüthi, eds., Zur Aktualität des Alten Testaments: Festschrift für Georg Sauer zum 65. Geburtstag, 19–28, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1992. [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Law as Gospel: Justification and Pardon according to the Deuteronomic Torah," Interpetation 38 (1984), 5–14; revised from the original, "Gesetz als Evangelium: Rechtfertigung und Begnadigung nach der Deuteronomischen Tora," Zeitschrfit für Theologie und Kirche 79 (1982), 127–160. [Divine Justice] [Procedure]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Leidensgedächtnisfeier und Freudenfest. ‘Volksliturgie’ nach dem deuteronomischen Festkalender (Dtn 16,1–17)," Theologie und Philosophie 56 (1981), 335–357; id., Studien zur Theologie des Deuteronomiums, 95–121. [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Literarkritik und archäologische Stratigraphie. Zu R. Mittmanns Analyse von Deuteronomium 4:1–40," Biblica 59 (1978), 351–383. [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, Sage, was du glaubst: Das älteste Credo der Bibel- Impuls in neuester Zeit, Stuttgart: Verlag Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1979. [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Spuren einer Neubearbeitung des deuteronomistischen Geschichtswerkes in 1 Kön 8,52–53,59–60," Biblica 52 (1971), 20–33; reprinted in Studien zur Theologie des Deuteronomiums, 39–52. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, Studien zur Theologie des Deuteronomiums, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1988 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 2). [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "The Book of Ruth as Intra-Biblical Critique on the Deuteronomic Law," Acta Theologica 19, no. 1 (June 1999), 1–20. [Biblical Law] [Interpretation] [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Status—Women]
  • Braulik, Georg, "The Sequence of the Laws in Deuteronomy 12–26 and the Decalogue," in D.L. Christensen, ed., A Song of Power and the Power of Song: Essays on the Book of Deuteronomy, 313–335, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1993 (Sources for Biblical and Theological Studies 3); reprinted from "Die Abfolge der Gesetze in Deuteronomium 12–26 und der Dekalog," in N. Lohfink, ed., Das Deuteronomium. Entstehung, Gestalt und Botschaft, 252–272, Leuven: University Press, 1985 (Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium 68). [Biblical Law] [Decalogue]
  • Braulik, Georg, The Theology of Deuteronomy: Collected Essays of Georg Braulik, N. Richland Hills, Tex.: Bibal Press, 1994 (Bibal Collected Essays 2). [Biblical Law] [Collections of Essays]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Weisheit, Gottesnähe, und Gesetz: Zum Kerygma von Deuteronomium 4:5–8," in Georg Braulik, ed., Studien zum Pentateuch: Festschrift für Walter Kornfeld zum 60. Geburtstag, 165–195, Wien: Herder, 1977; id., Studien zur Theologie des Deuteronomiums, 53–93. [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "‘Weisheit’ im Buch Deuteronomium," in B. Janowski, ed., Weisheit außerhalb der kanonischen Weisheitsschriften, 39–69, Gütersloh: Gütersloher Verlagshaus, 1996 (Veröffentlichungen der Wissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft für Theologie 10). [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Weitere Beobachtungen zur Beziehung zwischen dem Heiligkeitsgesetz und Deuteronomium 19–25," in T. Veijola, ed., Das Deuteronomium und seine Querbeziehungen, 23–55, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 1996 (Schriften der Finnischen Exegetischen Gessellschaft 62). [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Zur Abfolge der Gesetze in Deuteronomium 16:18–21:23. Weitere Beobachtungen," Biblica 69 (1988), 63–92. [Arrangement and Classification] [Biblical Law] [Courts]
  • Braulik, Georg, "Zur deuteronomistischen Konzeption von Freiheit und Frieden," in John A. Emerton, ed., Congress Volume—Salamanca 1983, 29–39, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1985 (Vetus Testamentum Supplement 36); id., Studien zur Theologie des Deuteronomiums, 219–230. [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, review of Dietrich Knapp, Deuteronomium 4. Literarische Analyse und theologische Interpretation, Revue Biblique 96 (1989), 266–286; T Press (1985); Biblica 67 (1986), 423–427. [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, review of J. Gordon McConville, Law and Theology in Deuteronomy, Biblica 67 (1986), 423–427. [Biblical Law]
  • Braulik, Georg, ed., Bundesdokument und Gesetz. Studien zum Deuteronomium, Freiburg: Herder, 1995 (Herder ‘s Biblical Studies 4). [Biblical Law]
  • Braun, Herbert, "Beobachtungen zur Tora-Verschärfung im häretischen Spätjudentum," Theologische Literaturzeitung 79 (1954), 347–352. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Brauner, R.A., "Some Aspects of Offense and Penalty in the Bible and the Literature of the Ancient Near East," Gratz College Annual of Jewish Studies 3 (1974), 9–18. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Talion] [Penal Law]
  • Brawley, Robert L., "Contextuality, Intertextuality, and the Hendiadic Relationship of Promise and Law in Galatians," Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der älteren Kirche 93 (2002), 99–119. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Brawley, Robert L., "The Blessing of All the Families of the Earth: Jesus and Covenant Traditions in Luke-Acts," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 33 (1994), 252–268. [Covenant] [New Testament]
  • Brenner, Athalya, "Ruth as a Foreign Worker and the Politics of Exogamy," in Athalya Brenner, ed., Ruth and Esther, 158–162, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1999. [Labor Law] [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Marriage] [Status—Women]
  • Brenner, Athalya, The Israelite Woman: Social Role and Literary Type in Biblical Narrative, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1994. [Marriage] [Status—Women] [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Breuer, Mordechai, "Dividing the Decalogue into Verses and Commandments," in Ben-Zion Segal and Gershon Levi, eds., Ten Commandments in History and Tradition, 291–330, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1990. [Decalogue]
  • Brewer, David Instone, "1 Corinthians 9:9–11: A Literal Interpretation of ‘Do Not Muzzle the Ox,’" New Testament Studies 38 (1992), 554–565. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Brewer, David Instone, "Deuteronomy 24:1–4 and the Origin of the Jewish Divorce Certificate," Journal of Jewish Studies 49 (1998), 230–243. [Divorce] [Husband and Wife] [Status—Women]
  • Brewer, David Instone, "Jewish Women Divorcing Their Husbands in Early Judaism: The Background to Papyrus Seelim 13," Harvard Theological Review 92, no. 3 (1999), 349–357. [Divorce] [Husband and Wife] [Sources—Papyri] [Status—Women]
  • Brewer, David Instone, "Nomological Exegesis in Qumran Divorce Texts," Revue de Qumran 18 (1998), 561–579. [Divorce] [Husband and Wife] [Qumran] [Status—Women]
  • Brichto, Herbert C., "Case of the Sota and a Reconsideration of Biblical ‘Law,’" Hebrew Union College Annual 46 (1975), 55–70. [Ritual Law] [Sexual Offences]
  • Brichto, Herbert C., "On Slaughter and Sacrifice, Blood and Atonement," Hebrew Union College Annual 47 (1976), 19–55. [Ritual Law] [Animals]
  • Brichto, Herbert C., The Problem of the "Curse" in the Hebrew Bible, Philadelphia: Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers, 1963. [Curses]
  • Brichto, Herbert C., "The Worship of the Golden Calf: A Literary Analysis of a Fable on Idolatry," Hebrew Union College Annual 47 (1976), 19–55; reprinted in Hebrew Union College Annual 54 (1983), 1–44. [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Briend, Jacques, "Moïse portrait d’un législateur," Monde de la Bible 117 (1999), 16–19. [Biblical Law]
  • Bright, John, A History of Israel, 3d ed., Philadelphia: Westminster, 1981. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Bright, John, "The Apodictic Prohibition: Some Observations," Journal of Biblical Literature 92 (June 1973), 185–204. [Literary Form]
  • Bright, John, The Covenant and Promise: The Prophetic Understanding of the Future in Pre-exilic Israel, Philadelphia: Westminster, 1976. [Covenant]
  • Brin, Gershon, "Concerning Some of the Uses of the Bible in the Temple Scroll," Revue de Qumran 12, no. 4 (1987), 519–528. [Qumran]
  • Brin, Gershon, "Divorce at Qumran," in Moshe Bernstein and others, eds., Legal Texts and Legal Issues: Proceedings of the Second Meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies, Cambridge 1995: Published in Honour of Joseph M. Baumgarten, 231–244, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1997. [Divorce] [Husband and Wife] [Qumran] [Status—Women]
  • Brin, Gershon, "Firstlings of Unclean Animals," Jewish Quarterly Review 68 (July 1977), 1–15. [Animals]
  • Brin, Gershon, Studies in Biblical Law from the Hebrew Bible to the Dead Sea Scrolls, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1994. [Biblical Law] [Qumran]
  • Brin, Gershon, "The Development of Some Laws in the Book of the Covenant," in Henning Graf Reventlow and Yair Hoffman, eds., Justice and Righteousness: Biblical Themes and Their Influence, 60–70, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1992. [Biblical Law]
  • Brin, Gershon, The First-Born in Israel during the Biblical Period (in Hebrew), Tel Aviv: Ph.D. dissertation, Tel Aviv University, 1971. [Succession]
  • Brin, Gershon, "The First-Born of the Mother and the First-Born of the Father in Scripture" (in Hebrew), in Sefer Ben Zion Luria, 31–50, Jerusalem: Kiryat Sefer, 1980. [Succession]
  • Brin, Gershon, "The Formula ‘If He Shall Not (Do)’ and the Problem of Sanctions in Biblical Law," in David P. Wright, David Noel Freedman, and Avi Hurvitz, eds., Pomegranates and Golden Bells: Studies in Biblical, Jewish and Near Eastern Ritual, Law, and Literature in Honour of Jacob Milgrom, 341–362, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1995. [Literary Form] [Sanctions]
  • Brin, Gershon, "The Status of the First-Born in Genealogical Tables" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 24 (1979), 255–259. [Succession] [Status]
  • Brin, Gershon, "Two Problems in the Laws of Inheritance during the Biblical Period: A Comparative Study" (in Hebrew), Diné Israel 6 (1975), 231–249. [Succession]
  • Bring, Ragnar, Christus und das Gesetz: Die Bedeutung des Gesetzes des Alten Testaments nach Paulus und sein Glauben an Christus, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1969. [New Testament]
  • Bring, Ragnar, "Message to the Gentiles: A Study to the Theology of Paul the Apostle," Studia Theologica 19, no. 1–2 (1965), 30–46. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Bring, Ragnar, "Mose lag (lex) och Kristus En Studie till Pauli teologi," Svensk Teologisk Kvartalskrift 33 (1957), 137–154. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Bring, Ragnar, "Preaching the Law," Scottish Journal of Theology 13 (1960), 1–32. [Law and Religion]
  • Brodie, Thomas L., "Fish, Temple Tithe, and Remission: The God-Based Generosity of Deuteronomy 14–15 as One Component of Matt. 17:22–18:35," Revue Biblique 99, no. 4 (1992), 697–718. [New Testament] [Animals]
  • Brody, Robert, "Evidence for Divorce by Jewish Women," Journal of Jewish Studies 50, no. 2 (1999), 230–234. [Divorce] [Husband and Wife] [Status—Women] [Evidence]
  • Broer, Ingo, "Das Ius Talionis im Neuen Testament," New Testament Studies 40 (1994), 1–21. [New Testament] [Talion]
  • Broer, Ingo, Jesus und das Jüdische Gesetz, Stuttgart: Verlag W. Kohlhammer, 1992. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Bromley, David G., and Bruce C. Busching, "Understanding the Structure of Contractual and Covenantal Social Relations: Implications for the Sociology of Religion," Sociological Analysis 49 (1988), 15–32. [Contract] [Covenant]
  • Brongers, Hendrick A., Oud-Oosters en Bijbels Recht, Neukirchen, 1960.
  • Brooke, George J., ed., Temple Scroll Studies: Papers Presented at the International Symposium on the Temple Scroll, Manchester December 1987, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1989 (Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha Supplement Series 7). [Sources—Intertestamental]
  • Broshi, Magen, and Elisha Qimron, "A House Sale Deed from Kefar Baru from the Time of Bar Kokhba," Israel Exploration Journal 36 (1986), 201–214. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic] [Contract] [Sale] [Property]
  • Brown, A.M., "The Concept of Inheritance in the Old Testament," Dissertation Abstracts (Columbia University) 26 (1965–1966), 6194–. [Succession]
  • Brown, John P., "The Role of Women and the Treaty in the Ancient World," Biblische Zeitschrift 25, no. 1 (1981), 1–28. [Women]
  • Brown, Michael Joseph, "Paul’s Use of Doulos Christou Iesou in Romans 1:1," Journal of Biblical Literature 120 no. 4 (2001), 723–737. [New Testament] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Brown, Raymond E., "The Babylonian Talmud on the Execution of Jesus," New Testament Studies 43 (1997), 158–159. [Interpretation] [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Brown, Raymond E., "The Burial of Jesus (Mark 15:42–47)," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 50 (1988), 233–245. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Brown, Raymond E., The Death of the Messiah: From Gethsemane to the Grave, 2 vols., New York: Doubleday, 1994. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Brown, Raymond E., "The Narratives of Jesus’ Passion and Anti-Judaism," America 172, no. 11 (1995), 8–12. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Broyde, Michael, "Assisting in a Violation of Noachide Law," in Jewish Law Association Studies 8, The 1994 Jerusalem Conference Volume, 11–20, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1996. [Biblical Law]
  • Broyde, Michael, "The Duty to Encourage the Observance of the Seven Noachide Laws by Gentiles" (in Hebrew), Diné Israel: An Annual of Jewish Law Past and Present 19 (1997–1998), 87. [History of Jewish Law] [Obligations] [Public Law]
  • Bruce, Alexander B., "St. Paul’s Conception of Christianity: XVI, the Law," Expositor (April 1894), 342–355. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Bruce, Frederick F., "Paul and the Law of Moses," Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 57 (1974–1975), 259–279. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Bruce, Frederick F., "The Trial of Jesus in the Fourth Gospel," in R.T. France and David Wenham, eds., Gospel Perspectives: Studies of History and Tradition in the Four Gospels, 1:7–20, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1980. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Bruckner, James K., Implied Law in the Abraham Narrative: A Literary and Theological Analysis, Sheffield, Sheffield Academic Press, 2001. [Biblical Law] [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Sources—Biblical] [Terminology]
  • Brueggemann, Walter, "Amos 4:4–13 and Israel’s Covenant Worship," Vetus Testamentum 15 (1965), 1–15. [Covenant]
  • Brugmann, J., "Essays on Oriental Laws of Succession," reprint, Studia et Documenta Historiae et Iuris (1969). [Succession] [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Collections of Essays]
  • Brüning, Christian, "Leg mich wie ein Siegel auf dein Herz! (Hld 8,6): über die theologische Bedeutung von Siegel und Kreuzzeichen," Erbe und Auftrag 74, no. 5 (1998), 405–423.
  • Brunner, Helmut, "Gerechtigkeit als Fundament des Thrones," Vetus Testamentum 8 (1958), 426–428. [Kingship]
  • Brunner, Robert, ed., Gesetz und Gnade im Alten Testament und im Judischen Denken, Zurich: Zwingli, 1969. [Biblical Law]
  • Brutti, Maria, "I Testimoni nel Rotolo del Tempio," Convivium Assisiense, n.s., 2, no. 2 (2000), 191–208.
  • Buccellati, Giorgio, Cities and Nations of Ancient Syria: An Essay on Political Institutions with Special Reference to the Israelite Kingdoms, Rome: Istituto di Studi del Vicino Oriente, 1967 (Studi Semitici 26). [Kingship]
  • Buchanan, George Wesley, "An Additional Note to ‘Mark 11:15–19: Brigands in the Temple,’" Hebrew Union College Annual 31 (1960), 103–105. [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Buchanan, George Wesley, "Paul and the Jews (2 Corinthians 3:4–4:6 and Romans 11:7–10)," in Jakob Josef Petuchowski, ed., When Jew and Christian Meet, 141–162, New York: New York University Press, 1988. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Buchanan, George Wesley, "Some Vow and Oath Formulas in the New Testament," Harvard Theological Review 58 (1965), 319–326. [Oath]
  • Buchanan, George Wesley, "Symbolic Money Changers in the Temple," New Testament Studies 37 (1991), 280–290. [New Testament]
  • Buchanan, George Wesley, The Consequences of the Covenant, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1970. [Covenant]
  • Buchanan, George Wesley, "The Courts of the Lord," Vetus Testamentum 16 (1966), 231–232. [Divine Justice]
  • Buchanan, George Wesley, "The Day of Atonement and Paul’s Doctrine of Redemption," Novum Testamentum 32 (1990), 236–249. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Buchanan, George Wesley, "The Old Testament Meaning of the Knowledge of Good and Evil," Journal of Biblical Literature 75 (1956), 114–120. [Terminology]
  • Buchanan, George Wesley, "Use of Rabbinic Literature for New Testament Research," Biblical Theology Bulletin 7 (1977), 110–122. [New Testament]
  • Buchanan, George Wesley, and Charles Wolfe, "The ‘Second-First Sabbath’ (Luke 6:1)," Journal of Biblical Literature 97 (1978), 259–262. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Buchholz, P., Die Familie in rechtlicher und moralischer Beziehung nach mosaisch-talmudischer Lehre allgemein fasslich dargestelt, Breslau: Schletter’sche Buchhandlung, 1867. [Marriage]
  • Buchholz, Todd G., "Biblical Laws and the Economic Growth of Ancient Israel," Journal of Law and Religion 6 (1988), 389–427. [Biblical Law]
  • Buchler, Adolf, Das Synhedrion in Jerusalem und das grosse Beth-din in der Quaderkammer des Jerusalemischen Tempels, Vienna: A. Hölder, 1902. [Courts]
  • Buchler, Adolf, "Die Strafe der Ehebrecher in der nachexilischen Zeit," Monatsschrift für die Geschichte und Wissenschaft des Judentums (1911), 196–219. [Marriage]
  • Buchler, Adolf, "Die Todesstrafen der Bibel in der jüdischen-nachbiblischen Zeit," Monatsschrift für die Geschichte und Wissenschaft des Judentums (1906), 539–565. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Buchler, Adolf, "Familienreinheit und Familienmakel in Jerusalem vor dem Jahr 70," in Schwartz Festschrift, 133–162. [Marriage]
  • Buchler, Adolf, "L’eterrement des criminels d’apres le Talmud et le Midrasch," Revue des Etudes juives 46, 74–88. [Penalities]
  • Buck, David W., "Exodus 20:1–17, a Bibliography," Lutheran Theology Journal 16 (August 1982), 65–75. [Bibliography]
  • Buckers, Hermanns, "Die sozialen Grundideen der alt. Gesetze und Einrichtungen," Divus Thomas 31 (1953), 61–89. [Social Protection]
  • Buckley, Senan, "The Decalogue," Indian Journal of Theology 16 (1967), 106–120. [Decalogue]
  • Budde, K., "Bemerkungen zum Bundesbuch," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 11 (1891), 99–114. [Biblical Law]
  • Bugge, Chr. A., Das Gesetz und Christus nach der Anschauung der ältesten Christengemeinde, 89–110 (1903). [New Testament]
  • Buis, Pierre, "Deuteronome 27:15–26: Maledictions ou exigences de l’Alliance," Vetus Testamentum 17 (1967), 478–479. [Biblical Law] [Covenant]
  • Buis, Pierre, "Les Formulaires D’alliance," Vetus Testamentum 16 (1966), 396–411. [Covenant]
  • Buis, Pierre, "Notification de jugement et confession nationale," Biblische Zeitschrift, n.f., 11 (1967), 193–205. [Ritual Law]
  • Buis, Pierre, "Tu ne feras pas d’image," Bible et Terre Sainte 65 (1964), 3–. [Law and Religion]
  • Bulka, Reuven P., "The Role of the Individual in Jewish Law," Tradition 13, no. 4 (1973), 124–136. [Status]
  • Burggraaff, W., review of L. Dekiere, Old Babylonian Real Estate Documents, parts 1–6, Bibliotheca Orientalis 56, nos. 5–6 (September-December 1999), 676–680. [Property] [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Burkes, Shannon, "‘Life’ Redefined: Wisdom and Law in Fourth Ezra and Second Baruch," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 63, no. 1 (2001), 55–71. [Human Rights] [Sources—Intertestamental]
  • Burkes, Shannon, "Wisdom and Law: Choosing Life in Ben Sira and Baruch," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic and Roman Period 30 (1999), 253–276. [Sources—Intertestamental]
  • Burnette-Bletsch, Rhonda, review of J.H. Wright, God’s People in God’s Land: Family, Land, and Property in the Old Testament, Journal of Law and Religion 17, nos. 1–2 (2002), 331–333. [Property]
  • Burnette-Bletsch, Rhonda, review of Nanette Stahl, Law and Liminality in the Bible, Journal of Law and Religion 17, nos. 1–2 (2002), 329–330. [Biblical Law]
  • Burnside, Jonathan P., The Signs of Sin: Seriousness of Offence in Biblical Law, London: Sheffield Academic Press, 2003. [Biblical Law] [Sanctions]
  • Burnside, Jonathan P., review of Bernard S. Jackson, Studies in the Semiotics of Biblical Law, Journal of Law and Religion 17, nos. 1–2 (2002), 335–337. [Interpretation]
  • Burrill, Donald R., "The Changing Status of Moral Authority," Harvard Theological Review 59 (July 1966), 241–255. [Law and Religion]
  • Burrows, M., "The Ancient Oriental Background of Hebrew Levirate Marriage," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 77 (1940), 2–15. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Levirate]
  • Burrows, Millar, "Levirate Marriage in Israel," Journal of Biblical Literature 59 (1940), 23–33. [Levirate]
  • Burrows, Millar, The Basis of Israelite Marriage, New Haven: American Oriental Society, 1938 (American Oriental Series 15). [Marriage]
  • Burrows, Millar, "The Complaint of Laban’s Daughters," Journal of the American Oriental Society 57 (1937), 259–276. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Burtness, James H., "Life Style and Law: Some Reflections on Matthew 5:17," Dialog 14 (Winter 1975), 13–20. [New Testament]
  • Busenitz, Irvin A., "Introduction to the Biblical Covenants: The Noahic Covenant and the Priestly Covenant," Masters Seminary Journal 10 (1999), 173–189. [Covenant]
  • Buss, Martin J., "Law and Ethics in Traditional China and Israel," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers (1983), 297–300. [Law and Religion] [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Buss, Martin J., "Legal Science and Legislation," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1991; printed in Theory and Method in Biblical and Cuneiform Law: Revision, Interpolation, and Development, ed. B.M. Levinson, 88–90, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1994. [Biblical Law] [Public Law] [Interpretation]
  • Buss, Martin J., "Logic and Israelite Law," in Dale Patrick, ed., Thinking Biblical Law, 49–65, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1989 (Semeia 45). [Legal Reasoning]
  • Buss, Martin J., "The Covenant Theme in Historical Perspective," Vetus Testamentum 16 (1966), 502–504. [Covenant] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Buss, Martin J., "The Distinction between Civil and Criminal Law in Ancient Israel," in Proceedings of the Sixth World Congress of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem: Academic Press, 1977. [Criminal Law] [Jewish Law in Israel]
  • Bussi, Francois, "Suis-je le gardien de mon frere?" Istina 27 (April-June 1982), 163–169. [Law and Religion]
  • Buttenwieser, Moses, "Blood Revenge and Burial Rites in Ancient Israel," Journal of the American Oriental Society 39 (1919), 303–321. [Ritual Law]
  • Byrne, Brendan, "The Problem of nomos and the Relationship with Judaism in Romans," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 62, no. 2 (2000), 294–309. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Byron, John, Slavery Metaphors in Early Judaism and Pauline Christianity: A Traditio-Historical and Exegetical Examination, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2003. [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Slavery]
  • Byrum, Enoch Edwin, Ordinances of the Bible: Showing the Ordinances That Have Been Abolished, and Those Still in Vogue, Moundsvill, W.Va.: Gospel Trumpet, 1904. [Biblical Law]


C

  • Cabrido, John, "A Matter of the Heart: The Meaning of the Biblical Jubilee," Philippinana Sacra 35 (2000), 227–245. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Cadier, Jean, "Les alliances de Dieu," Etudes Theologiques et Religieuses 31 (1956), 10–30. [Covenant]
  • Caine, Burton, "The Liberal Agenda: Biblical Values and the First Amendment," Touro Law Review 14, 129–197. [Influence of Jewish Law]
  • Callan, Terrance, "Pauline Midrash: The Exegetical Background of Gal. 3:19b," Journal of Biblical Literature 99 (1980), 549–567. [New Testament]
  • Callaway, Phillip R., "Deut. 21:18–21: Proverbial Wisdom and Law," Journal of Biblical Literature 103 (Fall 1984), 341–352. [Parent and Child]
  • Callaway, Phillip R., "Source Criticism of the Temple Scroll: The Purity Laws," Revue de Qumran 12 (1986), 213–222. [Divorce]
  • Callaway, Phillip R., "The Temple Scroll and the Canonization of Jewish Law," Revue de Qumran 13 (1988), 239–250. [Qumran] [Sources—Intertestamental]
  • Campbell, A., "An Historical Prologue in a Seventh-Century Treaty," Biblica 50, no. 4 (1969), 5–34. [International Law] [Covenant]
  • Campbell, Antony F., and Mark A. O’Brien, Sources of the Pentateuch: Texts, Introductions, Annotations, Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1993. [Biblical Law]
  • Campbell, K.M., "Rahab’s Covenant: A Short Note on Joshua 2:9–21," Vetus Testamentum 22 (1972), 243–244. [Covenant]
  • Campbell, William A., Did the Jews Kill Jesus? And the Myth of the Resurrection, New York: Peter Eckler Publishers, 1927. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Caplice, Richard, ed., "Festschrift for Johannes J. A. van Dijk on His 70th Birthday," Orientalia 54, no. 1–2 (1985), 3–318.
  • Caquot, André, "L’alliance avec Abraham (Gen. 15)," Semitica 12 (1962), 51–66. [Covenant]
  • Caquot, André, "Remarques sur la ‘loi royale’ du Deuteronome (XVII, 14–20)," Semitica 9 (1959), 21–23. [Kingship]
  • Caragounis, Chrys C., "The Biblical Attitude to Homosexuality against Its Ancient Background," Vox Evangelica 27 (1997), 27–44. [Sexual Offences]
  • Cardascia, Guillaume, "Droits cuneiformes et Droit biblique," in Proceedings of the Sixth World Congress of Jewish Studies, vol. 1 held at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem 1973, 63–70, Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies, 1977. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Cardascia, Guillaume, "L’ordalie par le fleuve dans les ‘lois assyriennes,’" in Gernot Wiessner, ed., Festchrift für Wilhelm Eilers, Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz (1967), 19–36. [Comparative Studies—Assyrian]
  • Cardascia, Guillaume, "La place du talion dans l’histoire du droit pénal à la lumière des droits du Proche-Oriet ancien," in Mélanges offerts à Jean Dauvillier, 169–183, Toulouse: Centre d’Histoire Juridique Méridionale, 1979. [Talion]
  • Cardellini, I., Die biblischen: ‘Sklaven’—Gesetze im Lichte des Keilschriftlichen Sklavenrechts: Ein Beitrag zur Tradition, Überlieferung und Redaktion der alttestamentlichen Rechtstexte, Bonn: Peter-Hanstein, 1981. [Slavery]
  • Cardellino, Lodovico, "Il Ripudio per Causa di Porneia (Matthewt 5:32 e 19:8–9; Mark 10,11 e Luke 16,18)," Bibba e Oriente 39, no. 193 (September 1997), 183–190. [New Testament—Divorce]
  • Cardellino, Lodovico, "La Legge appesa alla croce: Il messaggio di Gesù nel Vangelo di Matteo," Bibbia e Oriente 41 (1999), 77–108. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Cargal, Timothy B., "His Blood Be upon Us and upon Our Children: A Matthean Double Entendre?" New Testament Studies 37 (1991), 101–112. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Carles, J., "Monogenisme et Polygenisme," Bulletin de Litterature Ecclesiastique 69 (1968), 25–36. [Marriage]
  • Carlston, Charles E., "The Things That Defile (Mark 7:14) and the Law in Matthew and Mark," New Testament Studies 15 (1968), 75–96. [New Testament]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., "A Ceremonial Crux: Removing a Man’s Sandal as a Female Gesture of Contempt," Journal of Biblical Literature 96 (1977), 321–336. [Status—Women]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., "A Common Element in Five Supposedly Disparate Laws," Vetus Testamentum 29 (1979), 129–142. [Biblical Law]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., "A New View of the Origin of the Deuteronomic Credo," Vetus Testamentum 19 (1969), 273–289. [Biblical Law]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., "A Singular Method of Codification of Law in the Mishpatim," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 84 (1972), 19–25. [Biblical Law] [Codification]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., "Biblical Laws of Talion," Hebrew Annual Review 9 (1985), 107–126; reprinted in David Daube, ed., Witnesses in Bible and Talmud, Oxford: Oxford Centre for Hebrew Studies, 1986. [Talion]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., "Daube on Biblical Law," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 2001. [Biblical Law] [Interpretation] [Personality]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., "Deuteronomic Laws, Wisdom, and Historical Traditions," Journal of Semitic Studies 12 (1967), 198–206. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., "Forbidden Mixtures: Biblical Law," Vetus Testamentum 32 (October 1982), 394–415. [Ritual Law]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., "Forbidden Mixtures in Deuteronomy XXII: 9–11 and Leviticus XIX:19," Vetus Testamentum 45 (1995), 433–448. [Biblical Law]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., "Incest in the Bible," Chicago-Kent Law Review 71 (1995), 123–147. [Sexual Offences]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., Law and Narrative in the Bible: The Evidence of the Deuteronomic Laws and the Decalogue, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1985. [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Decalogue]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., Law, Legend, and Incest in the Bible: Leviticus 18–20, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1997. [Sexual Offences]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., "Laws of Leviticus 19," Harvard Theological Review 87 (1994), 239–256. [Biblical Law]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., "On Separating Life and Death: An Explanation of Some Biblical Laws," Harvard Theological Review 69 (1976), 1–7. [Biblical Law]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., "Religious Claims about Biblical Law," in Andrew Huxley, ed., Religion, Law and Tradition: Comparative Studies in Religious Law, 20–33, London: Routledge Curzon, 2002. [Biblical Law]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., "The Law of the Forgotten Sheaf," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 20 (1981), 35–37. [Biblical Law]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., The Laws of Deuteronomy, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1974. [Biblical Law]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., "The Origin of the Scapegoat Ritual," Vetus Testamentum 50 (2000), 167–182. [History of Biblical Law] [Ritual Law]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., The Origins of Biblical Law: The Decalogues and the Book of the Covenant, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1992. [Biblical Law] [Covenant] [Decalogue]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., "The Sabbatical/Jubilee Cycle and the Seven-Year Famine in Egypt," Biblica 80, no. 2 (1999), 224–239. [Comparative Studies—Egyptian] [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., The Spirit of Biblical Law, Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1996. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., The Ten Commandments, Oxford: Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies, 1983 (Sacks Lecture 9). [Decalogue]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., "The Three Laws on the Release of Slaves (Exodus 21:2–11; Deuteronomy 15:12–18; Leviticus 25:39–46)," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 112 (2000), 509–525. [Biblical Law] [Slavery]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., "‘Treading’ in the Book of Ruth," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 92 (1980), 248–266. [Terminology]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., "Uncovering a Major Source of Mosaic Law: The Evidence of Deut. 21:15–22:5," Journal of Biblical Literature 101 (December 1982), 504–520. [Biblical Law]
  • Carmichael, Calum M., Woman, Law, and the Genesis Traditions, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1979. [Women]
  • Carraud, Vincent, "Hatred of Theft, Love of the Thief," trans. David S. Crawford, Communio 25 (Spring 1998), 4–13. [Criminal Law]
  • Carrière, Jean-Marie, "Le cadre où se forme la décision politique: Lecture de Dt. 16:18–18:22," Nouvelle Revue Théologique 121 (1999), 529–542. [Literary Form]
  • Carrière, Jean-Marie, Théorie du politique dans le Deutéronome : analyse des unités, des structures et des concepts de Dt. 16:18–18:22, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2001. [Literary Form]
  • Carroll, Benajah Harvey, The Way of the Cross, Comprising a Luminous Discussion of Both Law and the Gospel, ed. J.B. Cranfill, Dallas: Helms Printing, 1941. [New Testament] [Law and Religion]
  • Cartledge, Tony W., Vows in the Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1992. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Oath]
  • Casey, P. Maurice, "Culture and Historicity: The Cleansing of the Temple," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 59 (1997), 306–332. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Cassidy, R.J., "The Trial and Death of Jesus," in Jesus, Politics, and Society: A Study of Luke’s Gospel, 63–76, 165–75, Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Books, 1978. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Cassidy, Robert J., Christians and Roman Rule in the New Testament: New Perspectives, New York: Crossroad, 2001. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [New Testament]
  • Cassidy, Richard .J., "Luke’s Audience, the Chief Priests, and the Motive for Jesus’ Death," in Richard J. Cassidy and Phillip J. Scharper, eds., Political Issues in Luke-Acts, 146–167, Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Books, 1983. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Cassuto, Umberto A., A Commentary on the Book of Exodus, trans. Israel Abrahams, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1967. [Biblical Law] [Commentaries]
  • Cassuto, Umberto A., A Commentary on the Book of Genesis, trans. Israel Abrahams Jerusalem: Magnes Press, Hebrew University, 1961–1964. [Biblical Law] [Commentaries]
  • Cassuto, Umberto A., "Deuteronomy Chapter XXXIII and the New Year in Ancient Israel," in U. Cassuto, Biblical and Oriental Studies: Bible, 47–70, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1973. [Ritual Law]
  • Cassuto, Umberto A., The Documentary Hypothesis and the Composition of the Pentateuch, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1983. [Biblical Law] [Sources—Biblical]
  • Catchpole, David R., "The Answer of Jesus to Caiaphos (Matthew 26:64)," New Testament Studies 17 (1970), 213–226. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Catchpole, David R., "The Problem of the Historicity of the Sanhedrin Trial," in Ernst Bammel, ed., The Trial of Jesus, 47–65, London: Alec R. Allenson, 1970. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Catchpole, David R., "The Synoptic Divorce Material as a Traditio-Historical Problem," Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 57 (1974–1975), 92–127. [Divorce] [New Testament]
  • Catchpole, David R., "The Trial of Jesus," in Interpreters Dictionary of the Bible, supplementary volume, 917–919, Nashville Tenn.: Abingdon, 1976. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Catchpole, David R., The Trial of Jesus: A Study in the Gospels and Jewish Historiography from 1770 to the Present Day, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1971. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Cathcart, Kevin J., "Treaty-Curses and the Book of Nahum," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 35 (1973), 179–187. [Public Law] [Curses] [Law of War]
  • Cavaletti, S., "Il significato di mashsheh yad in Deuteronomy 15:2," Anthropos 31 (1956), 301–304.
  • Cazelles, Henri, "Commandments, the Ten," Sacrum Mundi 2 (1968), 382–384. [Decalogue]
  • Cazelles, Henri, "Connexions et structure de Gen 15," Revue Biblique 69 (1962), 321–349. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Cazelles, Henri, "Covenant," Sacrum Mundi 2 (1968), 18–23. [Covenant]
  • Cazelles, Henri, "David’s Monarchy and the Gibeonite Claim," Palestine Exploration Quarterly 87 (1955), 165–175. [Kingship]
  • Cazelles, Henri, "Dekalog," Sacrum Mundi 1 (1967), 834–838. [Decalogue]
  • Cazelles, Henri, "Droit public et droit privé dans l’Israel biblique," in M. Humbert, ed., Mélanges à la mémoire de Marcel-Henri Prévost: Droit Biblique, Interprétation Rabbinique, communautés et société, 17–22, Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1982 (Publications de l’Université de Lille—Droit et Santé). [Public Law]
  • Cazelles, Henri, Etudes sur Le Code de l’Alliance, Paris: Letouzeylet Ané, 1946. [Biblical Law]
  • Cazelles, Henri, "La dime israelite et les textes de Ras Shamra (Leviticus 27; Numbers 28; Deuteribint 12:17)," Vetus Testamentum 1 (April 1951), 131–134. [Comparative Studies—Ugarit]
  • Cazelles, Henri, "La Mission d’Esdras," Vetus Testamentum 4 (1954), 113–140. [Biblical Law]
  • Cazelles, Henri, La transgresion de la loi en tant que crime et delit, 521–528, Ottaviani: Alfredo Card. I, 1969. [Criminal Law]
  • Cazelles, Henri, "L’auteur du code de l’alliance," Revue Biblique 52 (1945), 173–191. [Codification]
  • Cazelles, Henri, "Les origines du décalogue," in A. Malamat, ed., W.F. Albright Volume, 14–19, Jerusalem: Jerusalem Exploration Society, 1969. [Decalogue]
  • Cazelles, Henri, "Loi Israelite," Supplement au Dictionaire de la Bible 5 (1952–1953), 497–530. [Biblical Law]
  • Cazelles, Henri, "Passages in the Singular within Discourse in the Plural of Dt 1–4," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 29 (April 1967), 207–219. [Literary Form]
  • Cazelles, Henri, "Pentateuque," Supplement au Dictionaire de la Bible, 7:687–858. [Biblical Law]
  • Cazelles, Henri, "Positions actuelles dans l’exégèse du Pentateuque," Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses 44 (1968), 55–78. [Biblical Law]
  • Cazelles, Henri, "Torah et Loi, Préalables à l’étude historique d’une notion juive," in Gérard Nahon and Charles Touati, eds., Hommage à G. Vajda: Etudes d’Histoire et de Pensées Juives, 1–12, Louvain: Editions Peeters 1980. [Biblical Law]
  • Cernuda, Antonio Vicent, "De la hostilidad galilea a la conjura final contra Jesús," Estudios Biblicos 56, no. 4 (1998), 465–490. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Cernuda, Antonio Vicent, "Pro Barabbas contra Jesús," Estudios Biblicos 59, no. 1 (2001), 29–46. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Chajes, Hirsch. P., "Les Juges juifs en Palestine de l’an 70 a l’an 500," Revue des Etudes juives (1899), 39–52. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Chambers, Talbot W., "St. Paul’s Seeming Abolition of the Law," Reformed Quarterly Review 42 (1895), 418–429. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Chan, K.-K., "You Shall Not Eat These Abominable Things: An Examination of Different Interpretations of Deuteronomy 14, 3–20," East Asia Journal of Theology 3 (1985), 88–106. [Dietary Law]
  • Chance, J. Bradley, "The Jewish People and the Death of Jesus in Luke-Acts: Some Implications of an Inconsistent Narrative Role," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 30 (1991), 50–81. [New Testament] [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Chandler, Walter M., The Trial of Jesus from a Lawyer’s Standpoint, New York: Empire Publ., 1908; reprint, Norcross, Ga.: Harrison, 1976. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Chaney, Marvin L., "Systemic Study of the Israelite Monarchy," Semeia 37 (1986), 53–76. [Kingship]
  • Chapman, Stephen B., The Law and the Prophets. A Study in Old Testament Canon Formation, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2000. [Codification] [Law and the Prophets]
  • Chapman, Stephen B., review of Anne Fitzpatrick-McKinley, The Transformation of Torah from Scribal Advice to Law, Journal of Law and Religion 17, nos. 1–2 (2002), 339–343. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Charlesworth, James H., "Jesus, Early Jewish Literature, and Archaeology," in James H. Charlesworth, ed., Jesus’ Jewishness: Exploring the Place of Jesus within Early Judaism, 177–198, New York: Crossroad, 1991. [New Testament] [Archaeology] [Literary Form]
  • Charlesworth, James H., "The Foreground of Christian Origins and the Commencement of Jesus Research," in James H. Charlesworth, ed., Jesus’ Jewishness: Exploring the Place of Jesus within Early Judaism, 63–83, New York: Crossroad, 1991. [New Testament]
  • Charlesworth, James H., review of James D.G. Dunn, Paul and the Mosaic Law, Journal of Law and Religion 17, nos. 1–2 (2002), 345–348. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Chavalas, Mark W., review of Bernard M. Levinson, Theory and Method in Biblical and Cuneiform Law: Revision, Interpretation, and Development, Journal of Law and Religion 17, nos. 1–2 (2002), 349–351. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Methodology in Jewish Law] [Interpretation]
  • Chavalas, Mark W., review of Harry Angier Hoffner Jr., The Laws of the Hittites: A Critical Edition, Journal of Law and Religion 17, nos. 1–2 (2002), 353–355. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Chavel, Charles B., trans. from Nachmanides, Commentary on the Torah: Deuteronomy, New York: Shilo Publishing House, 1976. [Biblical Law] [Commentaries]
  • Chavel, Charles B., "The Releasing of a Prisoner on the Eve of Passover in Ancient Jerusalem," Journal of Biblical Literature 60 (1941), 273–278. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Chialda, M., "Indatoriri moral-sociale dupa decalog," Studii Teologice 8 (1956), 603–621. [Decalogue]
  • Chigier, M., "The Rabbinical Courts in the State of Israel," Israel Law Review 2 (1967), 147–181. [Jewish Law in Israel] [Courts]
  • Childs, Brevard S., The Book of Exodus: A Critical Theological Commentary, Louisville: Westminster Press, 1974. [Biblical Law] [Commentaries]
  • Chilton, Bruce D., and James I.H. McDonald, Jesus and the Ethics of the Kingdom, London: Society for Promotion of Christian Knowledge, 1987. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Chin, C., "Job and the Injustice of God: Implicit Arguments in Job 13:17–14:12," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 64 (1994), 91–101. [Biblical Law]
  • Chirichigno, Gregory, "A Theological Investigation of Motivation in Old Testament Law," Journal of Evangelical Theology Studies 24 (December 1981), 303–313. [Biblical Law]
  • Chirichigno, Gregory, Debt Slavery in Israel and the Ancient Near East, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1993 (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement 141). [Slavery] [Debt]
  • Chismar, Douglas E., and David A. Rausch, "Regarding Theonomy: An Essay of Concern," Journal of Evangelical Theology Studies 27 (May 1984), 315–323. [New Testament]
  • Cholewinski, Alfred, Heiligkeitsgesetz und Deuteronomium: Eine Vergleichende Studie, Rome: Biblical Institute Press, 1976. [Biblical Law]
  • Christ, Hieronymus, Blutvergiessen im Alten Testament: Der gewaltsame Tod des Menschen Untersucht am hebräischen Wortdem, Basel: Komm. Friedrich Reinhardt, 1977. [Homicide and Refuge] [Terminology]
  • Christensen, Duane L., "New Evidence for the Priestly Redaction of Deuteronomy," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 104 (1992), 197–201. [Biblical Law]
  • Christensen, Duane L., "The Function of Deut. 24:10–13 within the Literary Structure of Deuteronomy 24 and the Book of Genesis," Society of Biblical Literature (1998). [Literary Form]
  • Civil, Miguel, "New Sumerian Law Fragments," in Studies in Honor of Benno Landsberger on His Seventy-fifth Birthday, 1–13, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1965. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Clanton, Dan W., Jr., "(Re)dating the Story of Susanna: A Proposal," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic and Roman Period 34 (2003), 121–140. [Courts] [History of Jewish Law] [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Clark, Harold B., Biblical Law: Being a text of the statutes, ordinances, and judgments established in the Holy Bible—with many allusions to secular laws: ancient, medieval and modern—documented to the scriptures, judicial decisions and legal literature, Portland: Binfords and Mort, 1943. [Biblical Law]
  • Clark, W. Malcolm, "Legal Background to the Yahwist’s Use of ‘Good and Evil’ in Genesis 2–3," Journal of Biblical Literature 88 (September 1969), 266–278. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Clark, W. Malcolm, "Law," in John Haralson Hayes, ed., Old Testament Form Criticism, 99–139, San Antonio: Trinity University Press, 1974. [Biblical Law]
  • Clarysse, Willy, "A Jewish Family in Ptolmaic Thebes," Journal of Juristic Papyrology 32 (2002), 7–10. [Husband and Wife] [Sources—Intertestamental]
  • Clements, Ronald E., Abraham and David: Genesis 15 and Its Meaning for Israelite Tradition, Naperville: Alec R. Allenson, 1967 (Studies in Biblical Theology 5). [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Clements, Ronald E., "Baal-Berith of Shechem," Journal of Semitic Studies 13 (1968), 21–32. [Covenant]
  • Clements, Ronald E., "Christian Ethics and the Old Testament," Modern Churchman 26, no. 3 (1984), 13–26. [Theory of Law]
  • Clements, Ronald E., "Deuteronomy and the Jerusalem Cult Tradition," Vetus Testamentum 15 (1965), 300–312. [Ritual Law]
  • Clements, Ronald E., God and Temple, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1965. [Ritual Law]
  • Clements, Ronald E., Prophecy and Covenant, Naperville: Alec R. Allenson, 1965. [Covenant] [Prophecy and Law]
  • Clifford, Richard J., "Deuteronomy, with an Excursus on Covenant and Law," in Carroll Stuhlmueller and Martin McNamara, eds., Old Testament Message, vol. 4, Wilmington: Michael Glazier, 1982. [Covenant] [Prophecy and Law]
  • Clines, David J.A., "Nehemiah 10 as an Example of Early Jewish Biblical Exegesis," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 21 (1981), 111–117. [Interpretation]
  • Clouiter-Dupuis, C., "Jesus et les droits humains," Parabole [Montreal] 21, no. 5 (1999), 9–10. [Human Rights] [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Coats, George Wesley, "II Samuel 12:1–7a," Interpretation 40 (1986), 170–174. [Biblical Law]
  • Coats, George Wesley, "The Yahwist as Theologian? A Critical Reflection," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 3 (1977), 28–32. [Law and Religion]
  • Coats, George Wesley, "Widow’s Rights: A Crux in the Structure of Genesis 38," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 34 (1972), 461–466. [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Status—Women]
  • Coblentz-Bautch, Kelley N., "1 Enoch on Law: Concern or Ambivalence?" paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 2002. [Sources—Intertestamental]
  • Cody, Aelred, A History of Old Testament Priesthood, Rome: Pontifical Biblical Institute, 1969. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Cody, Aelred, "Exodus 18:12; Jethro Accepts a Covenant with the Israelites," Biblica 49, no. 2 (1968), 153–166. [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Covenant]
  • Cohen, A., "Shemitah" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 24 (1979), 45–49, 120. [Property]
  • Cohen, Benjamin, "Dowry in Jewish and Roman Law," An. de l’Instit. de Phil. et d’ Hist. Or. et Slaves 13 (1953), 117–. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Marriage]
  • Cohen, Benjamin, "Evidence in Jewish Law," Recueils de la Societe Jean Bodin 16 (1965), 103–115. [Evidence]
  • Cohen, Benjamin, "Self Help in the Jewish and Roman Law," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 3 (1955), 107–. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Cohen, Benjamin, The Talmudic Law concerning the Alteration of Objects Obtained by Robbery, New York, 1927. [Theft]
  • Cohen, Benjamin, "Usufructus in Jewish and Roman Law," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 7 (1954), 173–. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Cohen, Boaz, "Art in Jewish Law," Judaism 3 (1954), 165–176. [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Cohen, Boaz, "Civil Bondage in Jewish and Roman Law," American Academy for Jewish Research (1945), 113–132. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Slavery]
  • Cohen, Boaz, "Concerning Divorce in Jewish and Roman Law," Proceedings of the American Academy of Jewish Research 21 (1952), 3–34. [Divorce]
  • Cohen, Boaz, "Jewish and Roman Law: A Comparative Study," Journal of Theological Studies (1966). [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Cohen, Boaz, Law and Tradition in Judaism, New York: KTAV, 1969. [History of Jewish Law] [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Cohen, Boaz, "Letter and Spirit in Jewish and Roman Law," in Mordecai M. Kaplan: Jubilee Volume on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday, English Section, 109–135, New York: Jewish Theological Seminary, 1953; reprinted in Henry A. Fischel, ed., Essays in Greco-Roman and Related Talmudic Literature, 138–164, New York: KTAV, 1977. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Cohen, Boaz, "Peculium in Jewish and Roman Law," American Academy for Jewish Research 20 (1951), 135–234. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Cohen, Boaz, "The Relationship of Jewish to Roman Law," Jewish Quarterly Review 34 (1944), 267–289. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Cohen, Hermann, "Secularization of Divine Law," Scripta Hierosolymitana 16 (1966), 55–103. [Theory of Law]
  • Cohen, Hermann, "Some Notes on Resemblances of Hebrew and English Law," Jewish Quarterly Review 20 (1908), 784–797. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Cohen, M., "Le ‘Ger’ biblique et son statut socio-religieux," Revue de l’Histoire des Religions 207 (1990), 131–158. [Status]
  • Cohen, Morris L., "Backgrounds of the Biblical Law against Usury," Comparative Studies in History and Society 6 (1964), 250–267. [Usury]
  • Cohen, Naomi G., "Taryag and the Noahide Commandments," Journal of Jewish Studies 43 (1992), 46–57. [Biblical Law]
  • Cohen, Raymond, and Raymond Westbrook, eds., Amarna Diplomacy: The Beginnings of International Relations, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000. [International Law] [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Cohen, Shaye J.D., "From the Bible to the Talmud: The Prohibition of Intermarriage," Hebrew Annual Review 7 (1983), 23–29. [Marriage]
  • Cohen, Shaye J.D., "Respect for Judaism by Gentiles according to Josephus," Harvard Theological Review 80 (1987), 409–430. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Cohen, Shaye J.D., "Solomon and the Daughter of Pharaoh: Intermarriage, Conversion, and the Impurity of Women," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society of Columbia University 17 (1985), 23–37. [Marriage]
  • Cohen, Shaye J.D., "Was Timothy Jewish (Acts 16:1–3)? Patristic Exegesis, Rabbinic Law, and Matrilineal Descent," Journal of Biblical Literature 105 (1986), 251–268. [New Testament]
  • Cohen, Shaye J.D., "The Matrilineal Principle in Historical Perspective (22 Replies)," Judaism 34 (Winter 1985), 5–13. [Marriage]
  • Cohn, Haim H., al onesh haSeqilah ["Stoning"] (in Hebrew), Bar Ilan University, 1962. [Penalities]
  • Cohn, Haim H., Jewish Law in Ancient and Modern Israel: Selected Essays, New York: KTAV, 1971. [History of Jewish Law] [Jewish Law in Israel] [Collections of Essays]
  • Cohn, Haim H., "Reflections on the Trial and Death of Jesus," Israel Law Review 2 (1967), 332–379. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Cohn, Haim H., Reflections on the Trial and Death of Jesus, Jerusalem, 1967; 2d ed., New York: Harper and Row, 1971. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Cohn, Haim Hermann, "Reflections on the Trial of Jesus," Judaism 20 (Winter 1971), 10–23. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Cohn, Haim H., "Secularization of Divine Law," Scripta Hierosolymitana 166 (1966), 55–103. [Divine Justice] [Theory of Law]
  • Cohn, Haim H., "The Law of Religious Dissidents: A Comparative Historical Survey," Israel Law Review 34, no. 1, (2000), 39–100. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Law and Religion]
  • Cohn, Haim H., "The Penology of the Talmud," Israel Law Review 5 (1970), 53–74. [Penalities]
  • Cohn, Haim H., "The Proof in Biblical and Talmudical Law," in C. Perelman and P. Foriers, eds., La Preuve en Droit, 77–98, Bruxelles: E. Bruylant, 1981. [Evidence]
  • Cohn, Rabbi Dr. J., Mischnaiot. Hebraischer Text. (Nebst deutscher Übersetzung und Erklärung) Teil V. seder Kodaschim, Berlin, 1914. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Cole, Steven W., "The Crimes and Sacrileges of Nabû-suma-iskun," Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 84 (1994), 220–252. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Collela, P., "La legge mosaica e le legislazioni dell’Antico Oriente," Rinaldi’s Secoli sul Mundo 2 (1957), 143–154, 578–579. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Collins, Adela Yarbro, "The Function of ‘Excommunication’ in Paul," Harvard Theological Review 73 (1980), 251–263. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Collins, John J., "Marriage, Divorce, and Family in Second Temple Jerusalem," in Leo G. Perdue, ed., Families in Ancient Israel, 104–162, Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 1997. [Divorce] [Husband and Wife] [Jewish Law in Israel] [Marriage] [Parent and Child]
  • Collins, John J., "Models of Utopia in the Biblical Tradition," in "A Wise and Discerning Mind": Essays in Honor of Burke O. Long, Providence, Rhode Island: Brown Judaic Studies, 2000, 51–67. [Social Protection]
  • Collins, Nina L., "Notes on the Text of Exodus 21:22," Vetus Testamentum 43 (1993), 289–301. [Torts]
  • Colorni, V., "Spunte guiridici nel libro di Ruth (a proposito di una recente nota di H. Levy-Bruhl)," La Rassegna Mensile di Israel 17 (1951), 195–204. [Levirate]
  • Colunga, Alberto, "La ley de los primogenitos y el Pentateuco," Salamanticensis 1 (1954), 450–455. [Succession]
  • Congar, Yves M., "Le theme du ‘don de la Loi’ dans l’art paleochretine," Nouvelle Revue Theologique 84 (1962), 914–933.
  • Congdon, Robert N., "Exodus 21:22–25 and the Abortion Debate," Bibliotheca Sacra 146 (1989), 132–147. [Abortion]
  • Congdon, Roger D., "Did Jesus Sustain the Law in Matthew 5?" Bibliotheca Sacra 135 (April-June 1978), 117–125. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Conrad, D., Studien zum Altargesetz Ex. 20:24–26, Marburg: dissertation, 1968. [Ritual Law]
  • Conrat, Max, "Das Erbrecht im Galaterbrief (3, 15–4,7)," Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft 5 (1904), 204–227. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Cook, Edward M., "Covenantal Nomism in the Psalms Targum," in Stanley E. Porter and Jacqueline C.R. De Roo, eds., The Concept of the Covenant in the Second Temple Period, 203–220, Boston: Brill, 2003. [Covenant] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Cook, Johann, "The Law of Moses as a Fence and a Fountain," in Philip R. Davies, ed., Sense and Sensitivity: Essays on Reading the Bible in Memory of Robert Carroll, 280–288, London: Sheffield Academic Press, 2002. [Biblical Law]
  • Cook, Johann, "The Law of Moses in Septuagint Proverbs," Vetus Testamentum 49 (1999), 448–461. [Biblical Law]
  • Cook, Stanley A., The Laws of Moses and the Code of Hammurabi, London: A and C Black, 1903. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Biblical Law]
  • Cook, Stephen L., "The Tradition of Mosaic Judges: Past Approaches and New Directions," in Stephen L. Cook and Sara C. Winter, eds., On the Way to Nineveh: Studies in Honor of George M. Landes, 286–315, Atlanta: Scholars, 1999 (American Schools of Oriental Research Books 4). [Legal Profession]
  • Cooper, Alan, "The Plain Sense of Exodus 23:5," Hebrew Union College Annual 59 (1988), 1–22. [Animals]
  • Cooper, Alan, and Bernard R. Goldstein, "At the Entrance to the Tent: More Cultic Resonances in Biblical Narrative," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1995. [Ritual Law]
  • Copeland, Edwin Luther, "Nomos as a Medium of Revelation, Paralleling Logos, in Ante-Nicene Christianity," 51–61, Studia Theologica 27, no. 1 (1973). [New Testament] [Revelation]
  • Coppens, Joseph, "La nouvelle alliance en Jer 31:31–34," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 25 (1963), 12–21. [Covenant]
  • Cordero, Maximiliano G., "La alianza, tema central del AT," La Ciencia Tomista 89 (1962), 521–541. [Covenant]
  • Corinaldi, Michael, "Continuing Apostasy according to Halakha and the Law of Return," in Edward A. Goldman, ed., Jewish Law Association Studies 8, The Jerusalem 1994 Conference Volume, 43–53, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1996. [Jewish Law in Israel] [Law and Religion]
  • Cornelius, Izak, "Genesis 26 and Mari: The Dispute over Water and the Socio-Economic Way of Life of the Patriarchs," Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 12 (1984), 53–61. [Comparative Studies—Mari]
  • Cornill, Carl H., Das Alte Testament und die Humanität, Leipzig: J.C. Hinrichs, 1895. [Social Protection]
  • Cornitescu, E., "Raporturile dintre parinti si copii dupa cartile didactice ale VT [Relationes inter parentes et filios sec libros didacticos, AT]," Studii Teologice 21 (1969), 100–110. [Parent and Child]
  • Correia, Joao Alberto Sousa, "O Jubileu no Antigo Testamento," Theology 35 (2000), 17–37. [Agriculture] [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Slavery]
  • Cortese, Enzo, "Origine e natura delle leggi dell’ Antico Testamento: Tentativo di sintesi degli ultim resultati, Revelazione e Morale," Biblioteca di Cultura Religiosa 22 (1973), 67–77. [Biblical Law]
  • Cosgrove, Charles H., "The Law Has Given Sarah No Children (Gal. 4:21–30)," Novum Testamentum 29, no. 3 (1987), 219–235. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Cosgrove, Charles H., "The Mosaic Law Preaches Faith: A Study in Galatians 3," Western Theological Journal 41 (Fall 1978), 146–164. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Cossmann, W., Die Entwicklung des Gerichts-Gedankens bei den alttestamentlichen Propheten, Giessen: A. Töpelmann, 1915. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Cotton, H.M, "Land Tenure in the Documents from the Nabataean Kingdom and the Roman Province of Arabia," Zeitschrift fur Papyrologie und Epigraphik [Bonn] 119 (1997), 255–265. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Property]
  • Cotton, H.M., "The Guardian of a Woman in the Documents from the Judaean Desert," Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik [Bonn] 118 (1997), 267–273. [Husband and Wife] [Qumran] [Sources—Miscellaneous] [Status—Women] [Guardianship]
  • Cotton, H.M., "The Languages of the Legal and Administrative Documents from the Judean Desert," Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik [Bonn] 125 (1999), 219–231. [Qumran] [Sources of Law] [Sources—Biblical]
  • Cotton, H.M., "The Law of Succession in the Documents from the Judaean Desert Again," Scripta Classica Israelica [Jerusalem] 17 (1998), 115–123. [Qumran] [Sources of Law] [Sources—Miscellaneous] [Succession]
  • Cottrell, Jack W., "Abortion and the Mosaic Law," Christianity Today 17 (March 1973), 6–9. [Abortion]
  • Couturier, Guy, "La vie familiale comme source de la sagesse et de la loi," Science et Esprit 32 (1980), 177–192. [Sources of Law] [Parent and Child]
  • Cowley, Arthur E., Aramaic Papyri of the Fifth Century B.C., Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1923. [Sources—Papyri] [Comparative Studies—Aramaic]
  • Cowley, Arthur E., Jewish Documents of the Time of Ezra, London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1919. [Sources—Papyri]
  • Cox, Dermot, "Sedaqa and mispat. The Concept of Righteousness in Later Wisdom," Liber Annuus 27 (1977), 33–50. [Terminology] [Theory of Law]
  • Cox, Harvey G., "Rabbi Yeshua Ben Yoseph: Reflections on Jesus’ Jewishness and the Interfaith Dialogue," in James H. Charlesworth, ed., Jesus’ Jewishness: Exploring the Place of Jesus in Early Judaism, 27–62, New York: Crossroad, 1991. [New Testament]
  • Coxon, Peter W., "A Note on ‘Bathsheba’ in 2 Sam. 12:1–6," Biblica 62 (1981), 247–250. [Sexual Offences]
  • Crahay, Roland, "Les Moralistes anciens et l’avortement," L’Antiquite Classique 10 (1941), 9–23. [Comparative Studies—Greek]
  • Craigie, Peter C., Ugarit and the Old Testament, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 1983. [Comparative Studies—Ugarit]
  • Cranfield, Charles E.B., "Giving a Dog a Bad Name: A Note on H. Räisänen’s ‘Paul and the Law,’" Journal for the Study of the New Testament 38 (1990), 77–85. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Cranfield, Charles E.B., "St. Paul and the Law," Scottish Journal of Theology 17 (March 1964), 43–68; reprinted in Richard Batey, ed., New Testament Issues, New York: Harper and Row (1970), 148–172. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Cranfield, Charles E.B., "‘The Works of the Law’ in the Epistle to the Romans," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 43 (1991), 89–101. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Croatto, J. Severino, "Del äno jubilar levitico al tiempo de liberación profético: Reflexiones exegéticas sobre Isaias 61 y 58, en relación con el Jubileo," Revista de interpretación biblica latino-americana 33 (1999), 76–96. [Agriculture] [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Slavery]
  • Crocker, Piers, "Seals and Sealing in the Biblical World," Buried History 33 (1997), 79–83. [Archaeology] [Evidence]
  • Cross, Earle Bennett, The Hebrew Family: A Study in Historical Sociology, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1927. [Husband and Wife] [Parent and Child]
  • Cross, Frank Moore, "Reuben, First-Born of Jacob," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 100 (1988), 45–65. [Parent and Child] [Succession]
  • Cross, Frank Moore, Jr., "Samaria Papyrus 1: An Aramaic Slave Conveyance of 335 B.C.E. Found in the Wadi ed-Daliyeh," Eretz-Israel 18 (1985), 7–17. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic] [Slavery]
  • Cross, Frank Moore, "The Priestly Work," in Canaanite Myth and Hebrew Epic, 293–326, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1973. [Comparative Studies—Ugarit] [Literary Form]
  • Cross, Frank Moore, Jr., and G. Ernest Wright, "The Boundary and Province Lists of the Kingdom of Judah," Journal of Biblical Literature 75 (1956), 202–226. [Property]
  • Crossan, J.D., "Who Killed Jesus? Crossan Responds to Brown," Explorations, 10, no. 1 (1996), 1–3. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Crown, Alan D., "Aposiopesis in the Old Testament and the Hebrew Conditional Oath," Abr-Nahrain 4 (1963–1964), 96–111. [Oath]
  • Crüsemann, Frank, "Auge um Auge (Ex 21:24f): Zum sozialgeschichtlichen Sinn des Talionsgesetzes im Bundesbuch," Evangelische Theologie 47 (1987), 411–426. [Talion]
  • Crüsemann, Frank, "Das Bundesbuch: Historische Ort und institutioneller Hintergrund," in J.A. Emerton, ed., Congress Volume: Jerusalem 1986, 27–41, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1988 (Vetus Testamentum Supplement 40). [Biblical Law]
  • Crüsemann, Frank, Die Tora: Theologie und Sozialgeschichte des alttestamentlichen Gesetzes, München: Chr Kaiser, 1992; English translation: The Torah: Theology and Social History of Old Testament Law, Minneapolis: Fortress, 1996. [Biblical Law]
  • Crüsemann, Frank, "Recht und Theologie im Alten Testament," in K. Schlaich, ed., Studien zu Kirchenrecht und Theologie, 1:11–81, Heidelberg, 1987. [Law and Religion]
  • Crüsemann, Frank, The Torah: Theology and Social History of Old Testament Law, Allan W. Mahnke, trans., Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1996; reprint, Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 1996. [Biblical Law]
  • Cunningham, Scott, and Darrell L. Bock, "Is Matthew Midrash?" Bibliotheca Sacra 144 (1987), 157–180. [New Testament]
  • Curtis, John B., and William W. Hallo, "Money and Merchants in Ur III," Hebrew Union College Annual 30 (1959), 103–139. [Commercial] [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Cuspari, W., "Heimat und soziale Wirkung des alttestamentlichen Bundesbuchs," Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft 83 (1929), 97–120. [Social Protection]


D

  • Dacquino, P., "La formula ‘Guistizia di Dio’ nei libro dell’ Antico Testamento," Rivista Biblica (Italiana) 17 (1969), 103–119, 365–382. [Divine Justice]
  • Dahl, Nils Alstrup, "Widersprüche in der Bibel, ein altes hermeneutisches Problem," Studia Theologica 25, no. 1 (1971), 1–19. [Interpretation]
  • Daiches, Samuel, Divorce in Jewish Law, S.J.J. Publications, 1927. [Divorce]
  • Dale, K., "Er Lovens tid vorbi?" Norsk Teologisk Tidsskrift 51 (1950), 139–154. [Covenant]
  • Dalley, Stephanie, "Old Babylonian Dowries," Iraq 42, no. 1 (1980), 53–74. [Marriage]
  • Dalman, Gustaf H., Jüdische Fremdenrecht, Karlsruhe, 1886. [Status]
  • Dalton, William J., "Is the Old Covenant Abrogated (2 Cor. 3:14)?" Australian Biblical Review 35 (1987), 88–94. [New Testament]
  • Damrosch, David, The Narrative Covenant: Transformations of Genre in the Growth of Biblical Literature, San Francisco: Harper and Row, 1987. [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Literary Form] [Covenant]
  • Danby, Herbert, trans., The Mishnah, New York: Oxford Press, 1933, 1992. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Daniels, Dwight R., "Is There a ‘Prophetic Lawsuit’ Genre?" Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 99 (1987), 339–360. [Prophecy and Law]
  • Daniels, Dwight R., "The Creed of Deuteronomy XXVI Revisited," in J.A. Emerton, ed., Studies in the Pentateuch, 231–242, Leiden: Brill, 1990 (Vetus Testamentum Supplement 41). [Biblical Law] [Law and Religion]
  • Danker, Frederick W., "Faith without Works," Concordia Theological Monthly 27, no. 5 (July 1956), 513–535. [New Testament]
  • Das, A. Andrew, Paul, the Law, and the Covenant, Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson Publishers, 2001. [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Covenant]
  • Dass, Maria, "The Divorce (?) Formula in Hosea 2:4," ITS 34 (1997), 56–88. [Divorce] [Husband and Wife] [Marriage]
  • Daube, David, "A Baptismal Catechism," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 106–140; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:501–528. [Conversion]
  • Daube, David, "A Commentary on D.36.2.26.1," included in a footnote in South African Trust Law by Frere-Smith, 51–52, Durham, 1953; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:541–544. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Commentaries]
  • Daube, David, "A Corrupt Judge Sets the Pace," in D. Nörr and D. Simon, eds., Gedächtnisschrift für Wolfgang Kunkel, 37–52, Frankfurt am Main: Klostermann, 1984; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1379–1394. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Legal Profession]
  • Daube, David, "A Meaning of cupiditas," Studi De Francisci [Milan] 1 (1954), 123–126; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:545–548. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Daube, David, "A Missionary Term," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 352–361; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:575–582. [Conversion] [Terminology]
  • Daube, David, "A Modern Synagogue Sermon," Theology 46 (1943), 106–108; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "A Note on a Jewish Dietary Law," Journal of Theological Studies 38 (1936), 289–291; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Dietary Law]
  • Daube, David, "A Prayer Pattern in Judaism," Studia Evangelica 73 (1959), 539–545; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:447–451. [Law and Religion]
  • Daube, David, "A Quartet of Beasties in the Book of Proverbs," Journal of Theological Studies 36 (1985), 380–386; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "A Reform in Acts and Its Models," in Robert G. Hamerton-Kelly and Robin Scroggs, eds., Jews, Greeks and Christians—Religious Cultures in Late Antiquity: Essays in Honor of William David Davies, 151–163, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1976; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:831–840. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "A Rhetorical Principle in the Gospels," Expository Times 54 (1943), 305–306; revised as "Socratic Interrogation," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 2.7; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2.315–319. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "A Scholium on E.B.I.’s towards an Indigenous Church," Rechtshistorisches Journal 9 (1990), 159–175; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "A Supernatural Birth," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 5–9; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:421–424.
  • Daube, David, "Absalom and the Ideal King," Vetus Testamentum 48 (1998), 315–325; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Kingship]
  • Daube, David, "Actions between paterfamilias and filiusfamilias with peculium castrense," Studi Albertario [Milan] (1950), 436–474; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:359–394. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Daube, David, "Addendum to God or Goddess," Rechtshistorisches Journal 10 (1991), 365–368; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "Ahab and Benhadad: A Municipal Directive in International Relations," Juridical Review (1982), 62–67; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [International Law]
  • Daube, David, "Ahasver," Jewish Quarterly Review 45 (1955), 243–244; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "Alexandrian Methods of Interpretation and the Rabbis," in Festschrift Hans Lewald, 27–44, Basel, 1953; reprinted in Henry A. Fischel, ed., Essays in Greco-Roman and Related Talmudic Literature, 165–182, New York: KTAV, 1977; reprinted in Colelcted Works of David Daube 1:357–376. [Interpretation] [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Daube, David, "Allegorizing," in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Interpretation]
  • Daube, David, "Amen," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 388–393; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:647–650. [Terminology]
  • Daube, David, "Ancestors in the Mist," Rechtshistorisches Journal 7 (1988), 131–139; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, Ancient Hebrew Fables, inaugural lecture of the Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies, delivered in Corpus Christi College, 17 May, 1973, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1973; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Biblical Law]
  • Daube, David, Appeasement or Resistance and Other Essays on New Testament Judaism, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987. [Collections of Essays] [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Appeasing or Resisting the Oppressor," in Appeasement or Resistance and Other Essays on New Testament Judaism, 75–119; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:93–117. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "‘Arepo’ in the ‘Sator’ Square," Expository Times 62 (1951), 316; reprinted in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 3.18B; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:659–660.
  • Daube, David, "Bar Kappara," Rechtshistorisches Journal 12 (1993), 403–404; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "Basic Commandments," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 247–253; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:289–293. [Decalogue]
  • Daube, David, "Biblical and Postbiblical Law," in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Daube, David, "Biblical Landmarks in the Struggle for Women’s Rights," Juridical Review 90 (1978), 177–197; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:231–247. [Status—Women]
  • Daube, David, "Black Hole," Rechtshistorisches Journal 2 (1983), 177–193; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4.
  • Daube, David, "Bookburning," in Collected Works of David Daube 4.
  • Daube, David, "Certainty of Price," in David Daube, ed., Studies in the Roman Law of Sale, 7–45, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1959; reprint, Aalen, 1977; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:757–788. [Commercial] [Sale]
  • Daube, David, "Chronology," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 406–417; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:411–420. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Cicero and the Parliament of Bats," Journal of Roman Studies 30 (1940), 53–55; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:103–106.
  • Daube, David, Civil Disobedience in Antiquity, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1972; compare Gewaltloser Frauenwiderstand im Altertum, Konstanz, 1971; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Human Rights]
  • Daube, David, "Codes and Codas in the Pentateuch," Juridical Review 53 (1941), 242–262; revised and reprinted in Studies in Biblical Law, 74–101; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Biblical Law]
  • Daube, David, "Collaboration with Tyranny in Rabbinic Law," in Collaboration with Tyranny in Rabbinic Law, 1–104, London: Oxford University Press, 1966; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:63–135. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Daube, David, "Collatio 2. 6. 5," in Essays in Honor of Hertz, 111–129, London, 1943; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:107–122. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Daube, David, Collected Studies in Roman Law, eds. David Cohen and Dieter Simon, 2 half-vols., Frankfurt am Main: Klostermann, 1991. [Collections of Essays] [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Daube, David, Collected Works of David Daube: Biblical Law and Literature, vol. 3, ed. Calum Carmichael, Berkeley: Robbins Collection, 2003. [Collections of Essays]
  • Daube, David, Collected Works of David Daube: New Testament Judaism, vol. 2, ed. Calum Carmichael, Berkeley: Robbins Collection, 2000. [Collections of Essays]
  • Daube, David, Collected Works of David Daube: Talmudic Law, vol. 1, ed. Calum M. Carmichael, Berkeley: Robbins Collection, 1992. [Collections of Essays]
  • Daube, David, "Communal and Individual Responsibility," in Studies in Biblical Law, 154–189; reprint of "Two Notes on Communal Responsibility," Sociological Review 36 (1944), 24–42; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Collective Responsibility]
  • Daube, David, "Compromise," Juridical Review (1983), 188–92; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1373–1378. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Daube, David, "Concerning Methods of Bible-Criticism: Late Law in Early Narratives," Symbolae Frederico Hrozny Dedicatae, pt. 1, Archiv Orientálni [Prague] 17 (1949), 88–99; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3; compare "Redemption," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 3.6. [Form Criticism] [History of Biblical Law] [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Daube, David, "Concerning the Classifications of Interdicts," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 6 (1951), 23–78; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:403–446. [Arrangement and Classification]
  • Daube, David, "Concerning the Reconstruction of ‘the Aramaic Gospels,’" Bulletin of the John Rylands Library of Manchester 29 (1945), 69–105; compare "Divorce (on Mark 10:6)"; "And If a Woman"; "Two Aramaisms"; and "Construction ad sensum"; in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 2.3B, 3.13B, 3.15, 3.20A; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:65–88, 281–288, 643–646, 661–664. [Divorce] [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Concessions to Sinfulness in Jewish Law," Journal of Jewish Studies 10 (1959), 1–13; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:1–13. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Daube, David, "Condition Prevented from Materializing," Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis 28 (1960), 271–296; reprinted in Collected Studies of Roman Law 2:995–1016. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Daube, David, "Conflicting Laws," in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "Consortium in Roman and Hebrew Law," Juridical Review 62 (1950), 71–91; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Daube, David, "Conversion to Judaism and Early Christianity," in Ancient Jewish Law: Three Inaugural Lectures, 1–47, Leiden, 1981; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:465–499. [Conversion]
  • Daube, David, "Counting," Mnémosyné 30 (1977), 175–177; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4.
  • Daube, David, "Covenanting under Duress," Irish Jurist 2 (1967), 352–359; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:23–31. [Covenant]
  • Daube, David, "D. 19, 1, 46 and Adultery," Mélanges Meylan (1963), 65–69; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1075–80. [Sexual Offences]
  • Daube, David, "Damnum and Nezeq," Rechtshistorisches Journal 8 (1989), 275–285; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:245–256.
  • Daube, David, Das Alte Testament im Neuen: aus jüdischer Sicht, Konstanz: Universitatsverlag Konstanz, 1984, 1998 (Xenia, Konstanzer althistorische Vortrage und Forschungen 10); reprinted as "The Old Testament in the New," in Appeasement or Resistance and Other Essays on New Testament Judaism, 1–38; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:43–63. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Das Selbstverständliche in der Rechtsgeschichte," Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung 90 (1973), 1–13; also in English, "The Self-Understood in Legal History," Juridical Review 85 [n.s. 18] (1973), 126–134; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1277–1286. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Daube, David, "Death as a Release in the Bible," Novum Testamentum 5 (1962), 82–104; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Biblical Law]
  • Daube, David, "Demolior as a Passive," Classical Quarterly 44 (1950), 119–120; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:355–58.
  • Daube, David, "Derelictio, Occupatio and Traditio: Romans and Rabbis," Law Quarterly Review 77 (1961), 382–389; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:235–243. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Daube, David, "Did Macedo Murder His Father?" Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte Fünfundsechzigster Band 78 (1947), 261–311; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:193–234. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Daube, David, Die Geburt der Detektivgeschichte aus dem Geiste der Rhetorik, Konstanz: Universitatsverlag Kontanz, 1983 (Konstanzer Universitätsreden 123); enlarged from "Greek Forerunners of Simenon," California Law Review 68 (1980), 301–312; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4.
  • Daube, David, "Direct and Indirect Causation in Biblical Law," Vetus Testamentum 11 (1961), 246–269; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Causation]
  • Daube, David, "Disgrace," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 301–324; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:617–634. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Dissent in Bible and Talmud," California Law Review 59 (1971), 784–794; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:33–44. [Human Rights]
  • Daube, David, "Dividing a Child in Antiquity," California Law Review 54 (1966), 1630–1637; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1097–1106. [Parent and Child]
  • Daube, David, "Dodges and Rackets in Roman Law," Proceedings of the Classical Association 61 (1964), 28–30; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1081–1082.
  • Daube, David, "Doves and Bees," Mélanges Henri Lévy-Bruhl Publications de l’Institute de droit Romain de l’Université de Paris 17 (1959), 63–75; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:899–914. [Animals]
  • Daube, David, "Duty and Beauty," in Kotlar Jubilee Volume: Studies in Judaism, 14–20, Tel Aviv, 1975; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:449–454.
  • Daube, David, "Ecstacy in a Statement by Rabbi Joshua ben Hananiah," Niv Hamidrashia [Tel Aviv] (1972), 60–62; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:455–457.
  • Daube, David, "Eisern Vieh," Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte Neunundsechzigster Band 69 (1952), 388–392; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4.
  • Daube, David, "Elijah," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 20–26; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:131–135.
  • Daube, David, "Embrace in the Old Testament," Rechtshistorisches Journal 10 (1991), 203–208; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Ritual Law]
  • Daube, David, "Enfant Terrible," Harvard Theological Review 68 (1975), 371–376; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:137–142. [Parent and Child]
  • Daube, David, "Enkidu," in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "Error and Accident in the Bible," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 2 (1949), 189–213; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Intention]
  • Daube, David, "Error and Ignorance as Excuses in Crime," in Ancient Jewish Law: Three Inaugural Lectures, 49–70, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1981; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Intention]
  • Daube, David, "Esther," in Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies, Oxford, 1995; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Status—Women]
  • Daube, David, "Etiam in Digest 18.1.20.," Classical Journal [Boulder] 72 (1976), 213–215; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1311–1314.
  • Daube, David, "Evangelisten und Rabbinen," Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde Älteren Kirche 48 (1957), 119–126; reprint, Berlin: Topelmann, 1970. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Example and Precept: From Sirach to R. Ishmael," in Gerald F. Hawthorne and Otto Betz, eds., Tradition and Interpretation in the New Testament: Essays in Honor of E. Earle Ellis for His 60th Birthday, 16–21, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 1987; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:205–211.
  • Daube, David, "Exceptio litis dividuae in D.12.1.13.1," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 6 (1959), 313–322; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:915–922.
  • Daube, David, "Exousia in Mark 1:22 and 27," Journal of Theological Studies 39 (1938), 45–59; reprinted as "Rabbinic Authority," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 3.1; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:585–598. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Extension of a Simile," in J.A. Emerton and S.C. Reif, eds., Interpreting the Hebrew Bible: Essays in Honour of E.I.J. Rosenthal, 57–59, Cambridge, 1982; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:165–166.
  • Daube, David, "Extraordinary Holidays," in Festschrift für Gerhard Leibholz, 311–321, Tübingen, 1966; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1117–1129. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Daube, David, "Eye for Eye," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 254–265; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:177–185. [Talion]
  • Daube, David, "Fashions and Idiosyncracies in the Exposition of the Roman Law of Property," in A. Parel and T. Flanagan, eds., Theories of Property, 35–50, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada: Published for the Calgary Institute for the Humanities by Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1979; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1325–1340. [Property]
  • Daube, David, "Finium demonstratio," Journal of Roman Studies 47 (1957), 39–52; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:625–48.
  • Daube, David, "‘For They Know Not What They Do’: Luke 23, 34," Studia Patristica 79 (1961), 58–70. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Daube, David, Forms of Roman Legislation, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1956. [Codification]
  • Daube, David, "Four Types of Question," Journal of Theological Studies, n.s., 2 (1951), 45–48; reprinted in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 2.8; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:343–351.
  • Daube, David, "Fraud No. 3," in Neil MacCormick and Peter Birks, eds., The Legal Mind: Essays for Tony Honoré, 1–17, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1986; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1409–1428. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Daube, David, "Fraud on Law for Fraud on Law," Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 1 (1981), 51–60; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Daube, David, "Freud on Greek Theogony," Rechtshisotrisches Journal 8 (1989), 287–294; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4.
  • Daube, David, "Furtum proprium and furtum improprium," Cambridge Law Journal 6, no. 2 (1937), 217–234; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:19–36. [Theft]
  • Daube, David, "Generalisations in D. 18.1, de contrahenda emptione," Studi in Onore di Vincenzo Arangio-Ruiz 1 (1952), 186–200; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:527–540.
  • Daube, David, "Genetic Problems," in Collected Works of David Daube 4.
  • Daube, David, "Gideon’s Few," Journal of Jewish Studies 7 (1956), 155–161; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Daube, David, "Greek and Roman Reflections on Impossible Laws," Natural Law Forum 12 (1967), 1–85; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1129–1222. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Comparative Studies—Greek]
  • Daube, David, "Greek Forerunners of Simenon," California Law Review 68 (1980), 301–312; enlarged in Die Geburt der Detektivgeschichte aus dem Geiste der Rhetorik, Konstanz: Universitatsverlag Kontanz, 1983 (Konstanzer Universitätsreden 123); reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4. [Comparative Studies—Greek]
  • Daube, David, "Hadrian’s Rescript to Some Ex-Praetors," Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte Siebenundeschgigster Band 67 (1950), 512–518; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:345–354. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Daube, David, "Haustafeln," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 90–105; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:295–306. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Daube, David, "He That Cometh," in He That Cometh, 6–14, London: Council for Christian-Jewish Understanding, 1966; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:429–440.
  • Daube, David, "Heine’s Belsatzar," Journal of Jewish Studies 41 (1990), 254–258; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "Hezekiah," in He That Cometh, 1–6, London: Council for Christian-Jewish Understanding, 1966; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:157–163. [Kingship]
  • Daube, David, "Historical Aspects of Informal Marriage," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 25 (1978), 95–107; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:153–163. [Marriage]
  • Daube, David, "History of Proselytizing," Chayenu 8, no. 3 (1945), 10–11; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:557–59; compare "A Baptismal Catechism," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 2.5; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:501–527. [Conversion]
  • Daube, David, "How Esau Sold His Birthright," Cambridge Law Journal 8 (1942), 1–6; reprinted in Studies in Biblical Law. [Succession]
  • Daube, David, "Human Rights: The Rabbis, Philo, and Josephus," in David Sidorsky, ed., Essays on Human Rights: Contemporary Issues and Jewish Perspectives, 234–246, Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1979; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Human Rights] [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Daube, David, "‘I’ and ‘I and Thou,’" in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "‘I Believe’ in Jewish Antiquities xi. 237," Journal of Jewish Studies 27 (1976), 142–146; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Daube, David, "‘I Speak after the Manner of Men,’" in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 394–400; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:651–655. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "‘If so,’" in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "Implantatio and Satio," Acta Juridica [Cape Town] (1958), 181–184; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:739–744.
  • Daube, David, "Inheritance in Two Lukan Pericopes," Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte Zweiundsiebsigster Band 72 (1955), 326–334; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:807–815. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Interference with Light in Roman Law," Law Journal 93 (1943), 180–181, 189–190; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:123–138.
  • Daube, David, "Interpolations in the Centos and Justinian," in Flores Legum, 45–48, Groningen: Wolters-Noordhoff, 1971; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1263–1266.
  • Daube, David, "Intestatus," Revue historique de droit français et étranger, sér. 4, 15 (1936), 341–343; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:1–2. [Succession]
  • Daube, David, "Jehovah the Good," S’vara 1 (1990), 17–23; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "Jesus and the Samaritan Woman: The Meaning of Synchraomai," Journal of Biblical Literature 69 (1950), 137–147; reprinted as "Samaritan Women," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 3.14; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:635–642. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Daube, David, "Jewish and Roman Philosophies of Law," in Andrew Huxley, ed., Religion, Law and Tradition: Comparative Studies in Religious Law, New York: RoutledgeCurzon, 2002; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Law and Religion]
  • Daube, David, "Jewish Law in the Hellenistic World," Jewish Law Annual, Suppl. 2: Jewish Law in Legal History and the Modern World, 45–60, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1980; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:213–229. [Comparative Studies—Greek] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Daube, David, "Jewish Missionary Maxims in Paul," Studia Theologica 1 (1947), 158–169; reprinted as "Missionary Maxims in Paul," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 3.11; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:561–573. [Conversion]
  • Daube, David, "Jonah: A Reminiscence," Journal of Jewish Studies 35 (1984), 36–43; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "Johanan ben Beroqa and Women’s Rights," Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung 99 (1982), 22–31; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube1:143–152. [Status—Women]
  • Daube, David, "Joseph," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 3–4; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:91. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Josephus on Suicide and Liability of Depositee," Libro Jubilar de Victor Andrés Belaunde en su octo gesimo aniversario, 231–241, Lima, 1963; reprinted in Juridical Review, n.s., 9 (1964), 212–224; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Bailment] [Suicide]
  • Daube, David, "Judas," California Law Review 82 (1994), 95–108; also Rechtshistorisches Journal 13 (1994), 307–330; reprinted in Israel Law Review 29 (1995), 9–31; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:783–799. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Daube, David, "Judith," in Alan Watson, ed., Law, Morality, and Religion: Global Perspectives, 31–63, Berkeley: Robbins Collection, 1996; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Daube, David, "Kerdaino as a Missionary Term," Harvard Theological Review 40 (1947), 109–120; reprinted as "A Missionary Term," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 3.12; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2.575–582. [Conversion]
  • Daube, David, "King Arthur’s Round Table," in L. Wallach Festschrift, 204–207, Stuttgart, 1975; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4.
  • Daube, David, "La Femme dans le Droit Biblique," Paris: Institut de Droit Romain, 1962; reprinted in Forum Historiae Iuris 1 (1998) [Berlin, online journal, http://www.rewi.hu-berlin.de/online/fhi/articles/9802daube.htm]; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Status—Women]
  • Daube, David, "Law in the Narratives," in Studies in Biblical Law, 1–73; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Daube, David, Le Raisonnement par l’Absurde chez les Jurisconsultes Romains, Paris, 1958.
  • Daube, David, Legal Problems in Medical Advance, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1971; also in Israel Review 6 (1971), 1–17; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube4. [Medico-Legal Issues]
  • Daube, David, "Lex Talionis," in Studies in Biblical Law, 102–153; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Talion]
  • Daube, David, "Licinnia’s Dowry," Studi in Onore di Biondo Biondi (1963), 199–212; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1059–1072. [Marriage]
  • Daube, David, "Limitations on Self-Sacrifice in Jewish Law and Tradition," Theology 72 (1969), 291–304; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:45–62. [Law and Religion]
  • Daube, David, "Maior dividat minor eligat," Iura 14 (1963), 176–177; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1073–1074.
  • Daube, David, "Mancipatio of res nec mancipi in Cicero," in Festschrift für Erwin Seidl Zum 70 Geburtstag, 35–38, Cologne, 1976; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1315–1320.
  • Daube, David, "Martial, Father of Three," American Journal of Ancient History 1 (1976), 145–147; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1321–1324.
  • Daube, David, "Matthew 5:38," Journal of Theological Studies 45 (1944), 177–187; reprinted as "Eye for Eye," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 3.4; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:177–185. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, Medical and Genetic Ethics: Three Historical Vignettes, Oxford: Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies, 1976; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4. [Medico-Legal Issues]
  • Daube, David, "Medical Law and Morals," in Collected Works of David Daube 4. [Medico-Legal Issues]
  • Daube, David, "Metaphor," in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Literary Form]
  • Daube, David, "Missionary Maxims in Paul," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 336–351; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:561–573. [Conversion]
  • Daube, David, "Mistake of Law in Usucapion. G.2.50, I.2.6.5," Cambridge Law Journal 15 (1958), 85–92; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:731–738.
  • Daube, David, "Money and Justiciability," Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung 96 (1979), 1–16; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1341–1356. [Jurisdiction]
  • Daube, David, "More about Michal; or the Goose and the Peacock," in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "Moses," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 5–12; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:119–121. [Biblical Law]
  • Daube, David, "Nathan’s Parable," Novum Testamentum 24 (1982), 275–288; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Kingship]
  • Daube, David, "‘Ne quid infamandi causa fiat.’ The Roman Law of Defamation," in Atti del Congressio Internationale di Diritto Romano e di Storia de Diritto, 3:413–450, Milan: D.A. Giuffre Editore, 1951; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law, 1:465–500. [Torts]
  • Daube, David, "Ne quis fecisse velit," Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte Achtund Siebzigster Band 78 (1961), 390–391; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1057–1058.
  • Daube, David, "Neglected Nuances of Exposition in Luke-Acts," in H. Temporini and W. Haase, eds., Aufstieg und Niedergang der Römischen Welt, Part II, Principat, 25.3, Religion, 2329–2356, Berlin, 1985; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:857–873. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Negligence in the Early Talmudic Law of Contract," in Festschrift Fritz Schulz, 1:124–147, Weimar: N.B. Nachfolger, 1951; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:305–332. [Contract] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Daube, David, "No Kissing, or Else," in The Classical Tradition: Literary and Historical Studies in Honor of Harry Caplan, 222–231, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1966; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1107–1116.
  • Daube, David, "Nocere and noxa," Cambridge Law Journal 7 (1939), 23–54; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:71–102.
  • Daube, David, "Novation of Obligations Giving a bonae fidei iudicium," Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte Sechsndsechzigster Band 66 (1948), 91–134; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:235–270. [Contract]
  • Daube, David, "Ochlos in Mark 2:4 (Luke 5:19)," Expository Times 50 (1938), 138–139; reprinted as "Two Aramaisms," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 3.15A; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:643–646. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Old Testament Prohibitions of Homosexuality," Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte 103 (1986), 447–448; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Sexual Offences]
  • Daube, David, "On Acts 23: Sadducees and Angels," Journal of Biblical Literature 109 (1990), 493–497; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:841–845. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "On an Incomplete Review," in Collected Works of David Daube 4.
  • Daube, David, "On the So-called Dispute over Suicide," in Collected Works of David Daube 4. [Suicide]
  • Daube, David, "On the Third Chapter of the lex Aquilia," Law Quarterly Review 52 (1938), 253–268; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:3–18.
  • Daube, David, "On the Use of the Term damnum," Studi in Onor di Siro Solazzi (1948), 3–66; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:279–340. [Terminology]
  • Daube, David, "One against Ninety-Nine," Niv Hamidra Shia: A Journal Devoted to Halacha, Jewish Thought and Education (1971), 43–46; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:437–440.
  • Daube, David, "‘One from among Your Brethren Shall You Set King over You,’" Journal of Biblical Literature 90 (1971), 480–481; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Kingship]
  • Daube, David, "Onesimos," in George W.E. Nickelsburg and George W. MacRae, eds., Christians among Jews and Gentiles: Essays in Honor of Krister Stendahl on His Sixty-fifth Birthday, 40–43, Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1986; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:553–555. [Slavery]
  • Daube, David, "Organ Transplants; Cannibalism, Consent, and Control," Colorado Quarterly 18 (1969), 134–140; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4. [Medico-Legal Issues]
  • Daube, David, "Origen and the Punishment of Adultery in Jewish Law," Studia Patristica: Texte und Untersuchungen [Oxford] 2 (1957), 109–113; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:167–171. [Sexual Offences]
  • Daube, David, "Orpah," in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "Participle and Imperative in 1 Peter," comment in Edward G. Selwyn, The First Epistle of Peter, 467–488, London, 1946; compare The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 2.4. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Paul a Hellenistic Schoolmaster?" in Raphael Loewe, ed., Studies in Rationalism, Judaism and Universalism: in Memory of Leon Roth, 67–71, London: Routledge and K. Paul, 1966; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:801–806. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Daube, David, "Pauline Contributions to a Pluralistic Culture: Re-creation and Beyond," in Donald G. Miller and DikranY. Hadidian, eds., Jesus and Man’s Hope, 2:223–245, Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, 1971; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:537–552. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Daube, David, "Pecco ergo sum," Rechtshistorisches Journal 4 (1985), 137–143; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1395–1402.
  • Daube, David, "Perchance to Dream," Edinburgh Law Review 3 (1999), 191–201; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "Precept and Example," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 67–89; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:249–266. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Princeps legibus solutus," in Studi in Memoria di Paolo Koschaker l’Europa e il Diritto Romano, 2:463–465, Milan: D.A. Giuffre Editore, 1954; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:549–552; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:231–233.
  • Daube, David, "Principle and Cases," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 63–66; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:173–175. [Theory of Law]
  • Daube, David, "Public Pronouncement and Private Explanation in the Gospels," Expository Times 58 (1946), 175–177; compare "Public Retort and Private Explanation," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 2.6; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:307–314. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Public Retort and Private Explanation," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 141–150; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:307–314. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Purchase of a Prospective Haul," in Studi in Onore di Ugo Enrico Paoli, 203–209, Florence, 1955; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:553–560.
  • Daube, David, "Rabbinic Authority," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 205–223; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:585–598. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Daube, David, "Rabbinic Methods of Interpretation and Hellenistic Rhetoric," Hebrew Union College Annual 22 (1949), 239–264; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:333–355. [History of Jewish Law] [Interpretation]
  • Daube, David, "Recht aus Unrecht," in H.C. Ficker, D. König, and others, eds., Festschrift für Ernst von Caemmerer, 13–19, Tübingen, 1978; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:15–21.
  • Daube, David, "Rechtsgedanken in den Erzählungen des Pentateuchs," in J. Hempel and L. Rost, eds., Festschrift für Otto Eissfeldt, 32–41, Berlin, 1958; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Daube, David, "Redemption," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 268–284; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:374–387. [Property]
  • Daube, David, "Reflections on Job and Greek Tragedy," in H.M. Cotton, J.J. Price, D.J. Wasserstein, eds., Studies in Memory of Abraham Wasserstein, 1, Scripta Classica Israelica 15 (1996), 72–81; reprinted in Collected Works of Daivd Daube 3. [Comparative Studies—Greek]
  • Daube, David, "Repudium in Deuteronomy," in E. Earle Ellis and Max Wilcox, eds., Neotestamentica et Semitica: Studies in Honour of Matthew Black, 236–239, Edinburgh: T and T Clark, 1969; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Husband and Wife]
  • Daube, David, "Responsibilities of Master and Disciples in the Gospels," New Testament Studies 19 (1972), 1–15; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:749–762. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, Roman Law: Linguistic, Social and Philosophical Aspects, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1969. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Daube, David, "Ruth and Boaz," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 27–51; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:137–156. [Biblical Law] [Marriage]
  • Daube, David, "Sale of Inheritance and Merger of Rights," Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte Nerundsiebzigster Band 87 (1957), 234–315; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:649–722. [Succession]
  • Daube, David, "Samaritan Women," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 373–382; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:635–642. [New Testament] [Status—Women]
  • Daube, David, "Samuel," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 13–16; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:123–125.
  • Daube, David, "Sanctity of Life," Proceedings of Royal Society of Medicine 60 (1967), 1235–1240; reprinted in All Heal, Heinemann Medical Books for Royal Society of Medicine, 135–145, London, 1971; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4. [Medico-Legal Issues]
  • Daube, David, "Saul," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 17–19; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:127–129. [Kingship]
  • Daube, David, "Schlegel and Shakespeare," Rechtshistorisches Journal 3 (1984), 183–186; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4.
  • Daube, David, Shakespeare on Aliens Learning English, Cambridge: W. Heffer and Sons, 1942; also in Message, Belgian Review; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4.
  • Daube, David, "Shame Culture in Luke," in Morna D. Hooker and Stephen G. Wilson, eds., Paul and Paulinism: Essays in Honor of C. K. Barret, 355–372, London: SPCK, 1982; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:817–829. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Shimei and Orn: The Construction of a Restraint," Tulane Law Review 46 (1972), 653–656; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "Si . . . tunc in D.19.2.22. pr. Tenancy of Purchaser and lex Commissoria," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 5 (1958), 426–435; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:723–730.
  • Daube, David, "Sin, Ignorance and Forgiveness in the Bible," Liberal Jewish Synagogue (1960); reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Intention]
  • Daube, David, "Slave-Catching," Juridical Review 12 (1952), 12–28; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:501–514. [Slavery]
  • Daube, David, "Slightly Different," Iura 12 (1961), 81–116; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1025–1056.
  • Daube, David, "Societas as Consensual Contract," Cambridge Law Journal 6 (1938), 381–403; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:37–60. [New Testament] [Contract]
  • Daube, David, "Socratic Interrogation," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 151–157; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:315–319.
  • Daube, David, "Some Comparative Law—Furtum Conceptum," Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis 15 (1936), 48–77; reprint, Freiburg im Bresgau: J. Wabel, 1937; reprinted in Studies in Biblical Law. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Daube, David, "Some Forms of Old Testament Legislation," Oxford Society of Historical Theology: Abstract of Proceedings for the Academic Year (1944/45), 36–46; compare "Participles of the Correct Practice," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism 2.4A; reprinted in Collected Works of Davie Daube 2:295–306; see also Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Form Criticism]
  • Daube, David, "Some Reflections on the Historicity of the New Testament," Catholic Commission on Intellectual and Cultural Affairs Annual (1986), 1–12; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:35–42. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, Sons and Strangers: The Presidential Address Delivered at the Second International Conference of the Jewish Law Association, New York, 1983, Boston: Institute of Jewish Law, Boston University School of Law, 1984; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Parent and Child]
  • Daube, David, "Sown by Hand," University of Ceylon Law Review (1958), 1–8; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:745–756. [Agriculture]
  • Daube, David, "Sponsor and the History of Contract," Law Quarterly Review 62 (1946), 266–272; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:155–164. [Contract]
  • Daube, David, "Standing In for Jack Coons," Rechtshistorisches Journal 7 (1988), 179–190; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4.
  • Daube, David, Studies in Biblical Law, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1947; reprint, New York: Ktav, 1969. [Biblical Law]
  • Daube, David, "Suddenness and Awe in Scripture," in Council of Christians and Jews, London, 1964; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "‘Suffrage’ and ‘Precedent’, ‘Mercy’ and ‘Grace,’" Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis 47 (1979), 235–246; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1357–1372.
  • Daube, David, "Suicide," in Studi in Onore di Giusseppe Grosso, 119–127, Torino: Giappichelli, 1970; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4. [Suicide]
  • Daube, David, "Summum Ius—Summa Iniuria," in Studies in Biblical Law (1947), 190–257; combined, revised and enlarged from "How Esau Sold His Birthright," Cambridge Law Journal 8 (1942), 1–6, and "Some Comparative Law—Furtum Conceptum," Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis 15 (1936), 48–77; reprint Freiburg im Bresgau, 1937; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Daube, David, "Temple Tax," in Appeasement or Resistance and Other Essays on New Testament Judaism, 39–58; reprinted in E.P. Sanders, ed., Jesus, the Gospels, and the Church: Essays in Honor of William R. Farmer, 121–134, Macon, Ga.: Mercer Univeristy Press, 1987; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:771–782. [Taxation]
  • Daube, David, "Tenancy of Purchaser and lex Commissoria (D. 19. 2. 21)," Cambridge Law Journal 10 (1948), 77–83; reprinted in Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 5 (1958), 429–435; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:271–278. [Property]
  • Daube, David, "Terms for Divorce," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 362–372; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:281–288. [Divorce]
  • Daube, David, "Texts and Interpretation in Roman and Jewish Law," Jewish Journal of Sociology 3 (1961), 3–28; reprinted in Henry A. Fischel, ed., Essays in Greco-Roman and Related Talmudic Literature, 240–265, New York: KTAV, 1977; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:173–204. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Interpretation]
  • Daube, David, "The Abomination of Desolation," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 418–437; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:661–276. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "The Accuser under the lex Julia de adulteriis," Salonica Congress of Byzantine Studies (1955), 8–21; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:561–574. [Sexual Offences]
  • Daube, David, "The Anointing at Bethany and Jesus’ Burial," Anglican Theological Review 32 (1950), 186–199; compare sections of "Disgrace," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 3.8; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:622–634. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "The Authority of the Church and Private Judgment," Guardian (August 22, 1941), 393, 406–407, 418; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:763–770.
  • Daube, David, "The Burdened Convert," in Appeasement or Resistance and Other Essays on New Testament Judaism, 59–73; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:529–536. [Conversion]
  • Daube, David, "The Civil Law of the Mishnah: The Arrangement of the Three Gates," Tulane Law Review 18 (1944), 351–407; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:257–304. [Procedure] [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Daube, David, "The Compilers’ Use of a Revised Paul and Ulpian," Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte Neunzigster Band 90 (1973), 359–360; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1287–1290. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "The Contrariness of Speech and Polytheism," in Collected Works of David Daube 4, expanded version of article in Journal of Law and Religion 11 (1995), 317–321.
  • Daube, David, "The Culture of Deuteronomy," Orita 3 (1969), 27–52; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Biblical Law]
  • Daube, David, "The Date of The Birth of Merlin," Aberdeen University Review 35 (1953), 49–50; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4.
  • Daube, David, "The Defence of Superior Orders in Roman Law," Law Quarterly Review 72 (1956), 494–515; also booklet, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1956; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:579–602. [Criminal Law] [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Daube, David, The Duty of Procreation, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1977; also in Proceedings of the Classical Association, vol. 74, London, 1977; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Parent and Child]
  • Daube, David, "The Earliest Structure of the Gospels," New Testament Studies 5 (1959), 174–187; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:329–341. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, The Exodus Pattern in the Bible, London: Faber and Faber, 1963 (All Souls Studies 2); reprint, Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1979; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Daube, David, "The Finale of Horace’s ‘Satire’ 1.4," Index, Quaderni Camerti di Studi Romanistici, Omaggio a Peter Stein 22 (1994), 371–388; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4.
  • Daube, David, "The Finale of the Summoner’s Tale," in Collected Works of David Daube 4.
  • Daube, David, "The Form Is the Message," in Ancient Jewish Law: Three Inaugural Lectures, 71–129, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1981; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:187–229. [Literary Form]
  • Daube, David, "The Gospels and the Rabbis," The Listener 56 (1956); reprinted in Service International de Documentation Judéo-Chrétienne, English edition, 26 (1993), 19–23; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:13–19. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "The History of Rhetoric," in Collected Works of David Daube 4. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Daube, David, "The ‘I Am’ of the Messianic Presence," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 325–329; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:371–374.
  • Daube, David, "The Influence of Interpretation on Writing," Buffalo Law Review 20 (1970), 41–59; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1245–1262. [History of Jewish Law] [Interpretation]
  • Daube, David, "The Interpretation of a Generic Singular," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 438–444; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:677–682. [Interpretation] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Daube, David, "The Interpretation of a Singular in Galatians 3:16," Jewish Quarterly Review 37 (1946), 227–230; reprinted in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 3.21; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:677–682. [Interpretation] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Daube, David, "The Last Beatitude," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 196–201; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:321–325. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Daube, David, "The Last Chapter of Esther," Jewish Quarterly Review 27 (1946), 139–147; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "The Law of Witnesses in Transferred Operation," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society of Columbia University 5 (1973), 91–93 (Gaster Festschrift); reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:397–400. [Evidence]
  • Daube, David, "The Laying on of Hands," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 224–246; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:599–616. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "The lex Fufia Caninia and King Arthur," Law Quarterly Review 80 (1964), 225–227; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1083–1086.
  • Daube, David, "The lex Julia concerning Adultery," Irish Jurist 7 (1972), 373–380; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1267–1276. [Sexual Offences]
  • Daube, David, "The Linguistics of Suicide," Philosophy and Public Affairs 1 (1972), 387–437; reprinted in Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior 7 (1977), 132–182; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4. [Suicide]
  • Daube, David, "The Marriage of Justinian and Theodora: Legal and Theological Reflections," Catholic University of American Law Review 16 (1967), 380–399; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1223–1244. [Marriage]
  • Daube, David, "The Mediocrity of Celsus," Classical Journal 70 (1974), 41–42; reprinted in Colelcted Works of David Daube 4.
  • Daube, David, "The Moment and the Flow of Time," in Collected Works of David Daube 4.
  • Daube, David, "The ‘Nails’ and the Jews, taken from Two Jewish Prayers," Rechtshistorisches Journal 6 (1987), 195–208; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:21–33.
  • Daube, David, "The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism," Liberal Jewish Monthly 28 (1957), 7–11, 28–31; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:3–12. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, London: Union of Liberal and Progressive Synagogues, 1956; reprint, New York: Arno Press, 1973; reprint, Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson Publishers, 1994. [Collections of Essays]
  • Daube, David, "The New Testament Terms for Divorce," Theology 47 (1944), 65–67; reprinted as "Terms for Divorce," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 3.13; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:281–288. [Divorce] [New Testament—Divorce]
  • Daube, David, "The Night of Death," Harvard Theological Review 61 (1968), 629–632; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:459–462.
  • Daube, David, "The Offices of a Disciple," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 266–267; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:747. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "The Old Testament in the New," in Appeasement or Resistance, and Other Essays on New Testament Judaism, 1–38; first published in German as Das Alte Testament im Neuen: aus jüdischer Sicht, Konstanz: Universitatsverlag Konstanz, 1984, 1998 (Xenia, Konstanzer althistorische Vortrage und Forschungen 10); reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:43–63. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "The Palingenesia of Digest 50.17.110 and the Construction of Asyndetons," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 1 (1952), 385–399; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:515–526.
  • Daube, David, "The Peregrine Praetor," Journal of Roman Studies 41 (1951), 66–70; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:395–402.
  • Daube, David, "The Preponderance of Intestacy at Rome," Tulane Law Review 39 (1965), 253–262; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1087–1096. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Succession]
  • Daube, David, "The Quaestio in Roman Law," in Studies in Biblical Law, 257–313; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Daube, David, "The Rabbinic Treatment of ‘and he said, saying,’" in Otto Rössler, ed., Hebraica, 3–14, Berlin: Verlag Von Dietrich Reimer, 1977; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:441–447. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Daube, David, "The Restoration of Fruits by the bona fide possessor," Cambridge Law Journal 9 (1946), 31–43; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:139–154. [Property]
  • Daube, David, "The Return of the Divorcee," Inaugural Jewish Law Fellowship Lecture, Oxford: Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies, 1992; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Divorce]
  • Daube, David, "The Scales of Justice," Juridical Review 63 (1951), 109–129; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:447–464. [Procedure]
  • Daube, David, "The Self-Understood in Legal History," Juridical Review 85 [n.s. 18] (1973), 126–134; also in German, "Das Selbstverständliche in der Rechtsgeschichte," Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung 90 (1973), 1–13; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1277–1286. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Daube, David, "The Significance of the Afikoman," Pointer 3 (1968), 4–5; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:425–428.
  • Daube, David, The Sudden in the Scriptures, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1964; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:683–743.
  • Daube, David, "The Three Quotations from Homer in Digest 18.1.1.1," Cambridge Law Journal 10 (1949), 213–215; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:341–344.
  • Daube, David, "Three Footnotes on Civil Disobedience in Antiquity," Humanities in Society 2 (1979), 69–82; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Human Rights]
  • Daube, David, "Three Legal Notes on Josephus after His Surrender," Law Quarterly Review 93 (1977), 191–195; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Law of War]
  • Daube, David, "Three Notes Having To Do with Johanan ben Zaccai," Journal of Theological Studies 11 (1960), 53–62; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:425–435.
  • Daube, David, "Three Notes on Digest 18.1, Conclusion of Sale," Law Quarterly Review 72 (1957), 379–398; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:603–624. [Commercial]
  • Daube, David, "Three Notes on Paradise Regained," Review of English Studies19 (1943), 205–213; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4; compare "Chronology," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 3.19; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:411–420.
  • Daube, David, "Three Questions of Form in Matthew 5," Journal of Theological Studies 45 (1944), 21–32; reprinted as "Principle and Cases"; "The Last Beatitutde"; and "Amen"; in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 63–66, 196–201, 388–393; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:173–175, 321–325, 647–650. [Literary Form]
  • Daube, David, "To Be Found Doing Wrong," Studi in onore di Edoardo Volterra 2 (1969), 1–13; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Evidence]
  • Daube, David, "To Exact a Debtor," Studi in Onore di Emilio Betti, 234–330, Milan, 1961; Corrigendum, Iura 12 (1961), 209–210; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1017–1024. [Debt]
  • Daube, David, "Transplantation: Acceptability of Procedures and the Required Legal Sanctions," in G.E.W. Wolstenholme and M. O’Connor, eds., Ciba Foundation Symposium on Ethics in Medical Progress, 188–201, London, 1966; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 4. [Medico-Legal Issues]
  • Daube, David, "Tres personae possunt dictione dotis obligari," Juridical Review 51 (1939), 1–12; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:61–70. [Obligations]
  • Daube, David, "Tria mysteria krauges: Ignatius, Ephesians, 19:1," Journal of Theological Studies 16 (1965), 128–129; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:875. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Daube, David, "Turpitude in D.12.5.5," in Studies in Roman Law, 33–38, Leiden, 1986; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1403–1408.
  • Daube, David, "Two Aramaisms," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 383–387; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:643–646. [New Testament] [Comparative Studies—Aramaic]
  • Daube, David, "Two Cases of Hypostatizing," Annales de la Faculté de Droit d’Istanbul 4–5 (1955), 24–26; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:377–379.
  • Daube, David, "Two Early Patterns of Manumission," Journal of Roman Studies 26 (1946), 56–75; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:165–192. [Slavery]
  • Daube, David, "Two Haggadic Principles and the Gospels," Journal of Theological Studies, 44 (1943), 149–155; compare "Chronology," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 3.19; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:411–420. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Two Incidents after the Last Supper," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 330–335; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:441–445. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Two Jewish Prayers (Part I, Cain)," Rechtshistorisches Journal 6 (1987), 185–208; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "Two Notes on Communal Responsibility," Sociological Review 36 (1944), 24–42; reprinted in Studies in Biblical Law. [Social Protection]
  • Daube, David, "Two Notes on the Passover ‘Haggadah,’" Journal of Theological Studies 50 (1949), 53–57; reprinted as "A Supernatural Birth"; and "The ‘I Am’ of the Messianic Presence," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 5–9, 325–329; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:420–424 and 371–374. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Daube, David, "Two Symbols," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 401–405; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:657–660.
  • Daube, David, "Two Tripartite Forms," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 170–195; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:389–409. [Literary Form]
  • Daube, David, "Typology in Josephus" (in German), in Typologie im Werk des Flavius Josephus, Munich, 1977; reprinted in Freiburger Rundbrief 31 (1979), 59–68; reprinted in Journal of Jewish Studies 31 (1980), 18–36; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Literary Form]
  • Daube, David, "Über die Umbildung biblischen Rechtsgutes," in Symbolae Friburgenses in Honorem Ottonis Lenel, 245–258, Leipzig, 1933; compare "A Symbol of Ezekiel in Revelation," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 3.18A; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:657–660. [Biblical Law]
  • Daube, David, "Unjust Enrichment: A Might-Have-Been," Rechtshistorisches Journal 9 (1990), 291–300; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "(Untitled remarks on Psalms)," in Hedvig-Teresia von Peinen, ed., "Zeig mir den Weg, den ich gehen soll" Psalmen—Gebetbuch der großen Ökumene, 19–21, Regensburg, 1981; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3.
  • Daube, David, "Usufruct and Servitudes," Law Quarterly Review 71 (1955), 342–345; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 1:575–578. [Property]
  • Daube, David, "Utiliter agere," Ivra 11 (1960), 69–148; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:923–994.
  • Daube, David, "Violence to the Kingdom," in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 285–300; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:267–279. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "What Price Equality? Some Historical Reflections," Rechtshistorisches Journal 5 (1986), 185–208; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Human Rights]
  • Daube, David, Wine in the Bible, 12–20, London: Diocesan Council, 1975; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:453–464. [Dietary Law]
  • Daube, David, "Withdrawal: Five Verbs," California Studies in Classical Antiquity 7 (1974), 93–112; reprinted in Collected Studies in Roman Law 2:1291–1310. [Terminology]
  • Daube, David, "Witnesses in Bible and Talmud," from Witnesses in Bible and Talmud by David Daube and Biblical Laws of Talion by Calum Carmichael, Oxford: Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies, 1986; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:401–423. [Procedure]
  • Daube, David, "Word-Formation in Indo-European and Semitic," in Michael H. Hoeflich, ed., Lex et Romanitas: Essays for Alan Watson, 15–18, Berkeley: University of California, 2000; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Terminology]
  • Daube, David, "‘Ye Have Heard—but I Say unto You,’" in The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism, 55–62; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:167–172. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Zukunftsmusik: Some Desirable Lines of Exploration in the New Testament Field," Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester 68 (1985), 53–75; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 2:353–369. [New Testament]
  • Daube, David, "Zur frühtalmudischen Rechtspraxis," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde des Nachbiblichus Judentums 50 (1932), 148–159; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 1:381–396. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Daube, David, "Zur Palingenesie einiger Klassikerfragmente," Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte Sechsundsiebzigster Band 89 (1959), 149–264; reprinted in Collected Studies of Roman Law 2:789–898.
  • Daube, David, review of Bernard S. Jackson, Essays in Jewish and Comparative Legal History, Journal of Jewish Studies 28 (1977), 79–80. [Biblical Law]
  • Daube, David, and R. Yaron, "Jacob’s Reception by Laban," Journal of Semitic Studies 1 (1956), 60–62; reprinted in Collected Works of David Daube 3. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Dauer, Anton, Die Passionsgeschichte im Johannesevangelium: Eine traditionsgeschichtliche und theologische Untersuchung zu Joh. 18:1–19, 30, Munich: Kösel-Verlag, 1972. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Dautzenberg, Gerhard, "Der Prozess Jesu und seine Hintergründe: Die Eigenart des Konfliktes im Streit der Meinungen," Bibel und Kirche 48, no. 3 (1993), 147–153. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Dautzenberg, Gerhard, "Ist das Schwurverbot Mt. 5:33–37, Jak 5:12; ein Beispiel für die Torakritik Jesu?" Biblische Zeitschrift 25 (1981), 47–66. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Dautzenberg, Gerhard, "Markus und das Gesetz: Überlegungen zur Gleichnamigen Untersuchung von Heikki Sariola," Biblische Zeitschrift 42, n.s., no. 1 (1998), 91–95. [New Testament]
  • Dautzenberg, G., and N. Lohfink, eds., Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur I, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1990 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 8). [Biblical Law]
  • Dautzenberg, G., and N. Lohfink, eds., Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur II, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1991 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 12). [Biblical Law]
  • Dautzenberg, G., and N. Lohfink, eds., Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur III, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1995 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 20). [Biblical Law]
  • Dautzenberg, G., and N. Lohfink, eds., Studien zur biblischen Theologie, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1993 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 16). [Biblical Law]
  • Dauvellier, J., "La parabole de tresore et les droits orientaux," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 4 (1957), 107–115. [New Testament—Parables]
  • David, H., "Hammurabi and the Law in Exodus," Old Testament Studies 7 (1950), 149–178. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • David, Madeline, "Zabal (Gen. 30:20)," Vetus Testamentum 1 (1951), 59–60. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • David, Martin, "Adoptie in het oude Israel," Med. Kon. Ned. Akad. v. Wetench. Let 18 (1955), 85–103. [Adoption]
  • David, Martin, "De codex Hammörabi en zign verhouding bot de wetsbepalingen in exodus," TR Deel 17 (1939), 73–98. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • David, Martin, Der Rechtshistoriker und seine Aufgabe, 1937. [Medico-Legal Issues]
  • David, Martin, "Die Adoption im altbabylonischen Recht," Leipziger rechtwissenschaftliche Studien 23 (1927). [Adoption]
  • David, Martin, "Die Bestimmungen über die Asylsstädte in Josua 20: Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des biblichen Asylrechtes," Oudtestamentische Studien 9 (1951), 30–48. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • David, Martin, "Hit’ammer [Dt. 21:14; 24:7]," Vetus Testamentum 1 (1951), 219–221.
  • David, Martin, "The Code of Hammurabi and Its Relation to the Provisions of Law in Exodus," Old Testament Studies 7 (1950), 149–178. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • David, Martin, "The Codex Hammurabi and Its Relation to the Provisions of Law in Exodus," in P.A.H. de Boer, ed., Oudtestamentische Studiën, 149–178, Leiden: Brill, 1950 (Old Testament Studies 7). [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • David, Martin, "The Manumission of Slaves under Zedekiah. A Contribution to the Laws about the Hebrew Slaves," Oudtestamentische Studien 5 (1948), 63–79. [Slavery]
  • Davidson, Richard M., "Divorce and Remarriage in the Old Testament: A Fresh Look at Deuteronomy 24:1–4," Journal of Adventist Theological Society 10 (1999), 2–22. [Biblical Law] [Divorce] [Husband and Wife] [Interpretation] [Marriage]
  • Davies, Alan T., "Love and Law in Judaism and Christianity (a Bibliography)," Anglican Theology Review 64 (October 1982), 454–466. [Bibliography]
  • Davies, Douglas, "An Interpretation of Sacrifice in Leviticus," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 89 (1977), 387–399; reprinted in Bernhard Lang, ed., Anthropological Approaches to the Old Testament, Philadelphia, Pa: Fortress Press, 1985. [Ritual Law]
  • Davies, Eryl W., "Inheritance Rights and the Hebrew Levirate Marriage. Part 1," Vetus Testamentum 31 (1981), 133–144. [Levirate]
  • Davies, Eryl W., "Inheritance Rights and the Hebrew Levirate Marriage. Part 2," Vetus Testamentum 31 (1981), 257–268. [Levirate]
  • Davies, Eryl W., Prophecy and Ethics: Isaiah and the Ethical Traditions of Israel, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1981. [Property]
  • Davies, Eryl W., "Ruth 4:5 and the Duties of the go-el," Vetus Testamentum 33 (April 1983), 231–234. [Property]
  • Davies, Eryl W., "The Inheritance of the Firstborn in Israel and the Ancient Near East," Journal of Semitic Studies 38 (1993), 175–191. [Levirate] [Succession]
  • Davies, Eryl W., "The Meaning of PI SeNAYIM in Deuteronomy 21:17," Vetus Testamentum 36, no. 3 (1986), 341–347. [Succession]
  • Davies, Gwynne Henton, Exodus, London: SCM, 1967. [Biblical Law]
  • Davies, G.I., review of T. Veijola, ed., The Law in the Bible and Its Environment, Vetus Testamentum 45, no. 4 (1995), 572. [Biblical Law]
  • Davies, Philip R., "‘Law’ in Early Judaism," in Jacob Neusner and Alan J. Avery-Peck, eds., Judaism in Late Antiquity. Part Three. Where We Stand: Issues and Debates in Ancient Judaism. Volume One, 3–33, Leiden: Brill, 1999. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Davies, Philip R., The Damascus Covenant: An Interpretation of the "Damascus Document," Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1983 (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series 25). [Sources—Intertestamental]
  • Davies, R., "The Investigation of Some Crimes in Roman Egypt," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society of Columbia University 4 (1973), 199. [Comparative Studies—Egyptian] [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Davies, William D., "Law in First-Century Judaism," in Jewish and Pauline Studies, 3–26, Philadelphia: Fortress, 1984. [New Testament]
  • Davies, William David, "Paul: From the Jewish Point of View," in William Horbury, William Davies, and John Sturdy, eds., The Cambridge History of Judaism. Volume Three: The Early Roman Period, 678–730, 1153–1168, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Davies, William David, "Paul and the Law: Reflections on Pitfalls in Interpretation," Hastings Law Journal 29 (1978), 1459; reprinted in Morna D. Hooker and Stephen G. Wilson, eds., Paul and Paulinism: Essays in Honor of C.K. Bennett, 4–16, London: SPCK, 1982. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Davis, Dale Ralph, "Rebellion, Presence, and Covenant: A Study in Exodus 32–34," Westminster Theological Journal 44 (1982), 71–87. [Covenant]
  • Davis, Dena S., "Abortion in Jewish Thought: A Study in Casuistry," Journal of the American Academy of Religion 60 (Summer 1992), 313–324. [Abortion]
  • Davis, James F., Lex Talionis in Early Judaism and the Exortation of Jesus in Matthew, London: T and T Clark, 2005. [Decalogue] [New Testament]
  • Dawson, John Philip, The Oracles of the Law, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1968. [Law and the Prophets] [Revelation]
  • Day, John, "The Canaanite Inheritance of the Israelite Monarchy," in John Day, ed., King and Messiah in Israel and the Ancient Near East: Proceedings of the Oxford Old Testament Seminar, 72–90, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1998 (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement 270). [Kingship]
  • Day, John, review of V.H. Matthew and D.C. Benjamin, Old Testament Parallels: Laws and Stories from the Ancient Near East, Vetus Testamentum 44, no. 1 (1994), 137–139. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Day, John, ed., The King and Messiah in Israel and the Ancient Near East: Proceedings of the Oxford Old Testament Seminar, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1998. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Kingship]
  • De Boer, Martinus C., "Ten Thousand Talents? Matthew’s Interpretation and Redaction of the Parable of the Unforgiving Servant (Matt. 18:23–35)," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 50 (1988), 214–232. [New Testament—Parables]
  • De Boer, Pieter A.H., "Some Remarks on Exodus 21: 7–11," Orientalia Neerlandica (1948), 162–166. [Slavery]
  • De Bruin, W.M., "Die Freistellung vom Militärdienst in Deut. XX 5–7," Vetus Testamentum 49 (1999), 21–33. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Law of War]
  • de Chirico, Leonardo, "The Biblical Jubilee,"Evangelical Review of Theology 23, no. 4 (1999), 347–362. [Agriculture] [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Ritual Law] [Slavery]
  • de Freitas Faria, Jacir, "Perdon y neuvo alianza: Propuesta jubilar de Jeremias 31:23–34," Revista de interpretación bíblica latino-americana 33 (1999), 104–121. [Covenant] [Divine Justice]
  • de Geus, C.H.J., "De Ricteren van Israel," Nederduitse Gereformeerde Teologiese Tydskrift 20 (1965–1966), 81–100. [Courts]
  • De Guglielmo, Antonine A., "Sacrifice in the Ugaritic Texts," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 17 (1955), 196–216. [Comparative Studies—Ugarit] [Ritual Law]
  • De Haan, Martin R., "Law or Grace: The Beginning and End of the Law (Gal 3:10–13; Sermon; Thunder in the Pulpit)," Fundamentalist Journal 3 (March 1984), 47–49. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • de la Fuente, G., "Los contratos en el AT comparados con los de Egypto, Asiria, y Babilonia," Estudios Biblicos 14 (1955), 223–254. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • de Menezes, Rui, "Social Justice in Israel’s Law," Bible Bhashyam 11 (1985), 10–16. [Social Protection]
  • de Menezes, Rui, "The Biblical Jubilee Year: Origin and Significance," Vidyajyoti 61, no. 10 (1997), 651–668. [Agriculture] [History of Biblical Law] [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Ritual Law] [Slavery]
  • de Menezes, Rui, "Was There Slavery in Ancient Israel?" Vidyajyoti 63 (1999), 799–811. [Slavery]
  • De Roche, Michael, "Yahweh’s RIB against Israel: A Reassessment of the So-Called, ‘Prophetic Lawsuit,’ in the Preexilic Prophets," Journal of Biblical Literature 102 (1983), 563–574. [Literary Form]
  • de Roo, Jacqueline C.R., "The Concept of ‘Works of the Law’ in Jewish and Christian Literature," in Stanley E. Porter and Brook W.R. Pearson, eds., Christian-Jewish Relations through the Centuries, 116–147, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2000. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • de Roo, Jacqueline C.R., "Was the Goat for Azazel Destined for the Wrath of God?" Biblica 81 (2000), 233–242. [Animals] [Ritual Law]
  • De St. Croix, Geoffrey E.M., "Early Christian Attitudes to Property and Slavery," in Derek Baker, ed., Church, Society, and Politics: Papers Read at the 13th Summer Meeting & The 14th Winter Meeting of Eccl. History Society, 1–38, Oxford: Blackwell, 1975 (Studies in Church History 12). [Property] [Slavery]
  • De Vaulx, J., "Refuge (droit d’asile et villes de refuge dans l’Ancien Testament)," in Supplément au dictionnaire de la Bible, 9:1480–1510, Paris, 1979. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • de Vaux, Roland, Ancient Israel, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1961. [Biblical Law]
  • de Vaux, Roland, Les sacrifices de l’ancien Testament, Paris: Gabalda, 1964. [Ritual Law]
  • de Vaux, Roland, Studies in Old Testament Sacrifice, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1964. [Ritual Law]
  • De Vos, Craig Steven, "Once a Slave, Always a Slave? Slavery, Manumission, and Relational Patterns in Paul’s Letter to Philemon," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 82 (2001), 89–105. [New Testament] [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Slavery]
  • De Vos, Craig Steven, "Stepmothers, Concubines, and the Case of Porneia in 1 Corinthians 5," New Testament Studies 44, no. 1 (1998), 104–114. [Guardianship] [Husband and Wife] [Marriage] [New Testament] [Parent and Child] [Status—Women]
  • De Vries, Simon J., "Development of the Deuteronomic Promulgation Formula," Biblica 55, no. 3 (1974), 301–316. [History of Biblical Law] [Literary Form]
  • Dearman, John Andrew, Property Rights in the Eighth-Century Prophets: The Conflict and Its Background, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1988. [Property]
  • Dearman, John Andrew, "Prophecy, Property, and Politics," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 23 (1984), 385–397. [Property] [Revelation]
  • Dearman, John Andrew, "The Levitical Cities of Reuben and Moabite Toponymy," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 276 (November 1989), 55–66. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • DeBoer, Willis P., review of Brian Rapske, The Book of Acts in Its First Century Setting. Vol. 3: Paul in Roman Custody, Calvinist Theological Journal 31, no. 2 (November 1996), 559–562. [New Testament]
  • deClaissé-Walford, Nancy L., "Covenant in the Book of Joshua," Review and Expositor 95, no. 2 (Spring 1998), 227–234. [Covenant]
  • deCoste, F.C., Law, Religion, and Theology: A Selected Annotated Bibliography, West Cornwall: Locust Hill Press, 1997. [Law and Religion] [Prophecy and Law] [Bibliography]
  • Deenick, Martha L., "Fourth Commandment and Its Fulfillment (Matthew 7:17, Romans 7:14)," Reformed Theological Review 28 (May-August 1969), 54–61. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Deibert, Joseph H., "Law-Gospel or Gospel-Law?" Scottish Journal of Theology 15 (Summer 1962), 225–234. [New Testament]
  • Deissler, Alfons, "Der alttest. Bundesschluss und seine exemplarische Struktur. Bibeltheologie Erwägungen zu Ex 24," Oberrheinisches Pastoralblatt 67 (1966), 323–337. [Covenant]
  • Deissler, Alfons, "Der Bund zwischen Gott und Volk," Bibel und Kirche 23 (1968), 128–131. [Covenant]
  • Deissler, Alfons, "Die Bundespartnerschaft des Menschen mit Gott als Hindwendung zur Welt und zum Mitmenschen," Theologisches Jahrbuch 10 (1967), 95–112. [Covenant]
  • Deissler, Alfons, "Die wesentliche Bundesweisung in der mosaischen und frühprophetischen Gottesbotschaft," in Johannes B. Metz, ed., Gott in Welt.: Festgabe für Karl Rahner, 1:445–462, Freiburg: Herder, 1964. [Covenant] [Law and the Prophets]
  • Del Monte, Giuseppi, "Traduzione e interferenze nei trattati sirohittiti," Vic. Or. 3 (1980), 103–119.
  • del Rio, C.S., "El tiempo en el derecho hebreo antiquo," Universidad 3–4 (1962), 3–11. [Theory of Law]
  • del Rio, C.S., "Guia y esquemos para una introduccion al estudio del derecho hebreo antiquo," Universidad 3–4 (1957), 367–410. [Biblical Law]
  • del Rio, C.S., "La teoria general del derecho en el antiguo Israel," Temis 7 (1960), 87–107. [Theory of Law]
  • Delahanty, Clement David, "Peace and Covenant," Worship 39 (1965), 106–108. [Covenant]
  • Deland, Charles E., The Mis-trials of Jesus, Boston: R.G. Badger, 1914. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Delaporte, Louis, Mesopotamia, trans. V.G. Childe, New York: Barnes and Noble, 1970. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Delcor, Mathias, "Les attaches litteraires, l’origine et la signification de l’expression biblique: ‘Prendre a temoins le ciel et la terre’," Vetus Testamentum 16 (1966), 8–25. [Terminology]
  • Delcor, Mathias, "The Courts of the Church of Corinth and the Courts of Qumran," in Jerome Murphy-O’Conner, ed., Paul and Qumran: Studies in New Testament Exegesis, 69–84, London: G. Chapman, 1968. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Delekat, Lienhard, Asylie und Schutzorakel am Zionheiligtum, Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1967. [Law and Religion]
  • Delekat, Lienhard, "Erbe," in Biblisch-Historisches Handwörterbuch, 1:423–425. [Succession]
  • Delekat, Lienhard, Katoche, Hierodulie und Adoptionsfreilassung, Munich: Beck, 1964. [Adoption]
  • Delhaye, Philippe, "L’historicite de la morale dans le domaine matrimonial," Esprit et Vie 80 (1970), 65–71. [Marriage]
  • Dellagiacoma, V., "Il matrimonio presso gli Ebrei," Revista Biblica 7 (1959), 230–241. [Marriage]
  • Delling, Gerhard, "Ehescheidung," Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum, 4:707–718. [Marriage]
  • dell Orto, Giuseppe, "Lorigine della pasqua," PdV 3 (1997), 4–9. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Deltombe, L.F., "Pedagogie juridique de la Bible," Bible et Terre Sainte 66 (1964), 4–5.
  • Demann, Paul, "Moise et la Loi dans la pensee de S. Paul," C. Sion 8 (1954), 307–360. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Dembitz, Lewis N., "Babylon in Jewish Law," Jewish Quarterly Review, 19:109–126. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Dembitz, Lewis N., "Robbery," in Jewish Encyclopedia, 10:434–437. [Theft]
  • Dembitz, Lewis N., "Theft," in Jewish Encyclopedia, 12:123–124. [Theft]
  • Dement, Byron Hoover, The Covenant Code: Exodus 19–24, Walnut Ridge, Ark.: Ph.D. dissertation, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1900. [Biblical Law] [Covenant]
  • Deming, Will, "A Diatribe Pattern in 1 Cor. 7:21–22: A New Perspective on Paul’s Directions to Slaves," Novum Testamentum 37 (1995), 130–137. [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Slavery]
  • Deming, Will, "Mark 9:42–10:12, Matthew 5:27–32, and B. NID. 13b: A First Century Discussion of Male Sexuality," New Testament Studies 36 (1990), 130–141. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law] [Sexual Offences]
  • Deming, Will, "Paul, Gaius, and the ‘Law of Persons’: The Conceptualization of Roman Law in the Early Classical Period," Classical Quarterly 51, n.s. (2001), 218–230. [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Status]
  • Deming, Will, Paul on Marriage and Celibacy. The Hellenistic Background of 1 Corinthians 7, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995. [Marriage] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Dempsey, Carol J., "The ‘Whore’ of Ezekiel 16: The Impact and Ramifications of Gender-Specific Metaphors in Light of Biblical Law and Divine Judgment," in Victor H. Matthews, Bernard M. Levinson, and Tikva Frymer-Kensky, eds., Gender and Law in the Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East, 57–78, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1998 (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series 262). [Women]
  • Dempster, Stephen, "The Deuteronomic Formula KI YIMMATSE in the Light of Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Law: An Evaluation of David Daube’s Theory," Revue Biblique 91 (1984), 188–211. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Terminology]
  • Denning, Alfred T., Responsibility before the Law, Jerusalem: Hebrew University, 1961. [Collective Responsibility]
  • Dentan, Robert C., The Knowledge of God in Ancient Israel, New York: Seabury Press, 1968.
  • Derby, Josiah, "The Daughters of Zelophehad Revisited," Jewish Bible Quarterly 25 (July-September 1997), 169–171. [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Status—Women]
  • D’Ercole, G., "The Juridical Structure of Israel from the Time of Her Origin to the Period of Hadrian," in André Barucq, ed., Populous dei: Studi in Onore del Card Alfredo Ottaviani, 389–491, Rome, 1969. [Courts] [History of Biblical Law]
  • Derickson, Gary W., "Viticulture and John 15:1–6," Bibliotheca Sacra 153, no. 609 (January-March 1996), 34–52. [Agriculture] [Prophecy and Law]
  • Deroy, L., "Un symbolisme juridique de la chaussure Ruth 4," L’Antiquite Classique 30 (1961), 271–280. [Biblical Law]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "Archontes, Archai: A Wider Background to the Passion Narratives," Filologia Neotestamentaria 2 (1989), 173–185. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "As a Testimony to Them: A Juridical Puzzle in St. Mark (Cleansing of the Leper, 1:40–45)," Studia et Documenta Historiae et Iuris 45 (1979), 582–589. [New Testament]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "Bankruptcy and the New Testament," Downside Review: A Quarterly of Catholic Thought 109 (1991), 173–182. [Debt] [New Testament]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "‘Bechukey hagoyim’: Damascus Document 9:1 Again," Revue de Qumran 11, no. 3 (1983), 409–415. [Qumran]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "Circumcision and Perfection: A Johannine Equation (John 7:22–23)," Evangelical Quarterly 63 (1991), 211–224. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "Fresh Light on the Lost Sheep and the Lost Coin," New Testament Studies 26 (1979), 36–60. [New Testament—Parables]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "Jesus as a Seducer (Planos = Mat’eh)," Bijdragen 55, no. 1 (1994), 43–55. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., Jesus’ Audience: The Social and Psychological Environment in Which He Worked, London: Darton, Longman and Todd, 1973; reprint, New York: Seabury Press, 1974. [New Testament]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "Judgment and 1 Corinthians 6," New Testament Studies 37 (1991), 22–36. [New Testament]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "Korban O Estin Doron," New Testament Studies 16 (1970), 364–368. [New Testament]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "Law and Administration in the New Testament World," in John Barton, ed., The Biblical World, 2:75–89, London: Routledge, 2002. [New Testament]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., Law in the New Testament, London: Darton, Longman, and Todd, 1970. [New Testament]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "Law in the New Testament: Fresh Light on the Parable of the Good Samaritan," New Testament Studies 11 (1964), 22–37. [New Testament—Parables]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "Law in the New Testament: The Palm Sunday Colt," Novum Testamentum 13, no. 4 (1971), 241–258. [New Testament]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "Law in the New Testament: The Parable of the Prodigal Son," New Testament Studies 14 (1967), 56–74. [New Testament—Parables]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "Law in the New Testament: The Parable of the Talents and Two Logia (Mt 25:14–28, Lk 19:12–27)," Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der Älteren Kirche 56, no. 3–4 (1965), 184–95. [New Testament—Parables]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "Law in the New Testament: The Parable of the Unjust Judge," New Testament Studies 18 (1972), 178–191. [New Testament—Parables]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "Law in the New Testament: The Parable of the Unmerciful Servant," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 12 (1965), 3–19. [New Testament—Parables]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "Law in the New Testament: The Story of the Woman Taken in Adultery," New Testament Studies 10 (1963), 1–26. [New Testament]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "Law in the New Testament: The Syro-Phoenician Woman and the Centurion of Capernaum," Novum Testamentum 15, no. 3 (1973), 161–186. [New Testament]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "Law in the New Testament: The Treasure in the Field (Matt. 13:44)," Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der Älteren Kirche, 54, nos. 1–2 (1963), 31–42. [New Testament—Parables]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "Oriental Sources for John 8,32–36?" Bibbià e Oriente 43 (2001), 29–33. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law] [Slavery]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "Recht und Religion im Neuen Testament (bis zum Jahre 135)," in Wolfgang Schluchter, ed., Max Webers Sicht des antiken Christentums, Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1985, 317–362. [New Testament]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., Studies in the New Testament, 2 vols., Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1978. [New Testament]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., Studies in the New Testament, vol. 3: Midrash, Haggadah, and the Character of the Community, Leiden: Brill, 1982. [New Testament]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., Studies in the New Testament, vol. 4: Midrash, the Composition of Gospels, and Discipline, Leiden: Brill, 1986. [New Testament]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., Studies in the New Testament: Legal Presumptions, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1977. [New Testament]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "The Case of Korah versus Moses Reviewed," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Period 24 (1993), 59–78. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "The Functions of the Epistle to Philemon," Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der Älteren Kirche 79 (1988), 63–91. [New Testament]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "The Manger: Ritual Law, and Soteriology (Lk 2:7, 12, 16)," Theology 74 (December 1971), 566–571. [New Testament]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "The Teaching of Jesus on Marriage and Divorce," in Law in the New Testament, 363–388, London: Darton, 1970. [Divorce] [Marriage] [New Testament]
  • Derrett, J. Duncan M., "‘You Abominate False Gods; but Do You Rob Shrines?’ (Romans 2.22b)," New Testament Studies 40 (1994), 558–571. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Dershowitz, Alan M., The Genesis of Justice: Ten Stories of Biblical Injustice That Led to the Ten Commandments and Modern Law, New York: Warner Books, 2000. [Divine Justice]
  • DeSilva, David A., "The Wisdom of Ben Sira: Honor, Shame, and the Maintenance of the Values of a Minority Culture," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 58 (1996), 433–455. [Sources—Intertestamental]
  • Desjardins, Michel R., "Law in 2 Baruch and 4 Ezra," Studies in Religion 14, no. 1 (1985), 25–37. [Theory of Law]
  • Deurloo, Karel A., "Recht in Israel," Phoenix: Bulletin Uitgegeven Doorhet Vooraziatisch-Egyptisch Genootschap 33, no. 2 (1987), 44–50. [Biblical Law]
  • Deurloo, Karel A., "The King’s Wisdom in Judgment: Narration as Example (I Kings 3)," in Adam S. van der Woude, ed., New Avenues in the Study of the Old Testament, 11–21, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1989. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Deurloo, R.A., "Vrykoop uit dood en slavernij in het OT," Vox Theologica 34 (1963), 79–84. [Slavery]
  • Dever, William G., "Archaeology, Ideology and the Quest for an ‘Ancient’ or ‘Biblical’ Israel," Near Eastern Archaeology 61, no. 1 (March 1998), 39–51. [Archaeology]
  • Devescovi, U., "De divino foedere cum patriarcheo," Anthropos 17 (1952), 11–38, 223–252. [Covenant]
  • Dewey, Arthur J., Spirit and Letter in Paul, Lewistown, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1996. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Diamond, Arthur S., "An Eye for an Eye," Iraq 19 (1957), 151–155. [Talion]
  • Diamond, Arthur S., Primitive Law: Past and Present, 3rd rev. ed., London: Methuen, 1971. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Diamond, Arthur S., "The Hebrew Kingdoms and 12th Century England," in Essays Presented to C. Roth, 1–22, London, 1966. [Kingship] [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Diaz, G.P., "Legislaciones y costumbres orientales sobre el matrimonio y su proyeccion en el derecho matrimonial judeo," Estudios Josefinos 20 (1966), 217–228. [Marriage]
  • Diaz, R., "Origen y valor religioso del Decalogo," Cultura Biblica 22 (1965), 29–42. [Decalogue]
  • Dick, Michael Brennan, "Job 31, the Oath of Innocence, and the Sage," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 95, no. 1 (1983), 31–53. [Oath]
  • Dick, Michael Brennan, "The Legal Metaphor in Job 31," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 41 (1979), 37–50. [Biblical Law]
  • Dickison, Sheila K., "Abortion in Antiquity," Arethusa 6 (1973), 159–166. [Abortion]
  • Dickstein, P., "Hashkafah Bibliographit (Bibliographical Survey)," Hamishpat Haivri 1–3 (1926–1928), 153–168, 207–219. [Bibliography]
  • Dickstein, P., "Leharhavat takpido shel Mishpat Hashalom Haivri (On the Broadening of the Powers of the Peace Court)," Hamishpat Haivri 1:154–158. [Courts]
  • Dickstein, P., "Mishpat Hashalom Haivri (The Jewish Peace Court)," Hamishpat Haivri 1 (1926), 147–150. [Courts]
  • Dickstein, P., "Sehirut Dirot (A Comparison of Jewish, Western, and Mohammedan Law)," Hamishpat Haivri 2 (1927), 109–90. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Didier, Luciani, "La fille perdue et retrouvee de Levitique 18," Etudes théologiques et Religieuses 76 (2001), 103–112. [Parent and Child]
  • Diebner, B.J., and H. Schult, "Das Problem der Todesstrafe an Tier und Mensch in Genesis 9, 5–6," Dielhemier Blätter zum Alten Testament 6 (1974), 2–5. [Animals] [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Dietrich, Walter, "Josia und das Gesetzbuch (2 Reg XXII)," Vetus Testamentum 27 (January 1977), 13–35. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Dijkstra, Meindert, "Legal Irrevocability (lo’ yasub) in Ezekiel 7:13," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 43 (1989), 109–116. [Theory of Law]
  • Dijkstra, Meindert, "YHWH as Israel’s goel: Second Isaiah’s Perspective on Reconciliation and Restitution," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 5 (1999), 236–257. [Divine Justice]
  • Dillon, Richard J., "Law of Christ and the Church of Christ according to Saint Matthew," Communio 2 (Spring 1975), 32–53. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Dinkler, Erich, "Zum Problem der Ethik bei Paulus: Rechtsnahme und Rechtsverzicht, 1 Kor. 6: 1–11," Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche 49 (1952) 167–200; reprinted in Signum Crucis: Aufsätze zum Neuen Testament und zur christlichen Archäologie, 204–240, Tübingen: Mohr, 1967. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Dinur, B., and others, "Kingship in Ancient Israel," in Benjamin Mazar, Biblical Israel: State and People, 55–66, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1992. [Kingship]
  • Dinur, Ben Zion, "The Religious Character of the Cities of Refuge and the Ceremony of Admission into Them" (in Hebrew), Eretz-Israel 3 (1954), 135–146. [Procedure]
  • Dion, Paul Eugène, "Deuteronome 21:1–9: Miroir du développement légal et religieux d’Israël," Studies in Religion 11, no. 1 (1982), 13–22. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Dion, Paul E., "Deuteronomy 13: The Suppression of Alien Religious Propaganda in Israel during the Late Monarchical Era," in Baruch Halpern and Deborah W. Hobson, eds., Law and Ideology in Monarchic Israel, 147–216, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1991. [Law and Religion]
  • Dion, Paul Eugène, "Deuteronomy 19:3: Prepare the Way or Estimate the Distance?" paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1993; printed in Eglise et Théologie 25, no. 3, (1994), 333–341. [Biblical Law]
  • Dion, Paul E., "Deuteronomy and the Gentile World: A Study in Biblical Theology," Toronto Journal of Theology 1 (1985), 200–221. [Biblical Law]
  • Dion, Paul Eugène, "Dt. 12 et la vision de Pierre à Joppé," Science et Esprit 36 (1984), 207–210. [New Testament]
  • Dion, Paul Eugène, "Early Evidence for the Ritual Significance of the ‘Base of the Altar,’ around Deut. 12:27 LXX," Journal of Biblical Literature 106 (1987), 487–490. [Ritual Law]
  • Dion, Paul Eugène, "Le Message moral du prophète Amos s’inspirait-il du ‘Droit de l’Alliance’?" Science et Esprit 27 (1975), 5–34. [Theory of Law]
  • Dion, Paul Eugène, "Quelques aspects de l’interaction entre religion et politique dans le Deutéronome," Science et Esprit 30 (1978), 39–55. [Biblical Law]
  • Dion, Paul E., "The Greek Version of Deuteronomy 21:1–9 and Its Variants," in A. Pietersma and C. Cox, eds., De Septuaginta, 151–160, Toronto: Benben, 1984 (Festschrift J.W. Wevers). [Comparative Studies—Greek] [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Dion, Paul Eugène, "Tu feras disparaitre le mal du milieu de toi," Revue Biblique 87 (July 1980), 321–349. [Biblical Law]
  • Dion, Paul Eugène, "Une inscription araméenne en Style ‘Awilum Sha’ et quelques textes bibliques datant de l’ exil (Leviticus 17–26, Ezekiel 18)," Biblica 55, no. 3 (1974), 399–403. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Dion, Paul Eugène, review of Bernard M. Levinson, Deuteronomy and the Hermeneutics of Legal Innovation, Biblica 80, no. 1 (1999), 116–119. [Legal Reasoning]
  • Dishon, Y., "Degrees of Family Closeness in the Bible" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 12 (1966), 83–99. [Marriage] [Parent and Child]
  • Doble, Peter, review of John T. Carroll, Joel B. Green, and others, The Death of Jesus in Early Christianity, Novum Testamentum 39 (April 1997), 194–196. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Dodd, Charles Harold, Gospel and Law: The Relations of Faith and Ethics in Early Christianity, New York: Columbia University Press, 1951. [New Testament]
  • Dodd, Charles Harold, The Bible and the Greeks, London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1935. [Comparative Studies—Greek]
  • Doering, Lutz, "New Aspects of Qumran Sabbath Law from Cave 4 Fragments," in Moshe J. Bernstein and others, eds., Legal Texts and Legal Issues: Proceedings of the Second Meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies, Cambridge 1995: Published in Honour of Joseph M. Baumgarten, 251–274, Leiden: Brill, 1997. [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Interpretation] [Qumran] [Sources of Law]
  • Doering, Lutz, Schabbat: Sabbathalacha und -praxis im antiken Judentum und Urchristentum, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1999 (Texts and Studies in Ancient Judaism 78). [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Holy Days and Sabbath] [New Testament]
  • Dohmen, Christoph, Das Bilderverbot: Seine Entstehung und seine Entwicklung im Alten Testament, Frankfurt am Main: Athenaeum, 1987 (Bonner Biblische Beiträge 62). [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Dohmen, Christoph, "Dekalogexegese und kanonische Literatur," Vetus Testamentum 37 (1987), 81–85. [Decalogue]
  • Doignon, Jean, "‘J’acquiece à la loi’ (Romans 7:16): dans l’exégèse latin ancienne (Ambrosiaster, Origène-Rufin, Pélage, Augustin)," Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Theologie 29 (1982), 131–139. [Decalogue] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Dölger, Franz, "Das Lebensrecht des ungeborenen Kindes und die Fruchtabtreibung in der Bewertung der heidnischen und christlichen Antike," Antike und Christentum 4 (1934), 1–61. [Abortion]
  • Domar, Evsey D., "The Causes of Slavery or Serfdom: A Hypothesis," Journal of Economic History 30 (1970), 18–32. [Slavery]
  • Dombradi, Eva, "Studien zu mitharum/mitharis und die Frage des Duplums: II. Poenaler Zweck oder sozio-ökonomisch motivierte Regulierung des Vertragsbruchs? KU.BABBAR mitharis liddin und Verwandtes in den Rechtsurkunden aus Emar," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 6 (2000), 16–34. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Contract]
  • Dominic, A.P., "Beyond Jubilee and Jubilees," Review for Religious 60, no. 1 (2001), 6–19. [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Ritual Law]
  • Domsky, Ronald Z., "Taxation in the Bible during the Period of the First and Second Temples," Detroit College of Law Journal of International Law and Practice 7 (Summer 1998), 225–261. [Taxation]
  • Donahue, John R., Are You the Christ? The Trial Narrative in the Gospel of Mark, Missoula, Mont.: Society of Biblical Literature for the Seminar on Mark, 1973. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Donaldson, Mara E., "Kinship Theory in the Patriarchal Narratives: The Case of the Barren Wife," Journal of the American Academy of Religion 49, no. 1 (1981), 77–87. [Husband and Wife]
  • Donaldson, Terence L., "Rural Bandits, City Mobs, and the Zealots," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Period 21 (1990), 19–40. [Theft]
  • Donaldson, Terence L., "The Law That ‘Hangs’ (Mt. 22:40): Rabbinic Formulation and Matthean Social World," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 29 (1990), 14–33; reprinted in Catholic Biblical Quarterly 57 (1995), 689–709. [New Testament]
  • Donaldson, Terence L., "Zealot and Convert: The Origin of Paul’s Christ-Torah Antithesis," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 51 (1989), 655–682. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Donner, Herbert, "Adoption oder Legitimation? Erwägungen zur Adoption im Alten Testament auf dem Hintergrund der altorientalischen Rechte," Oriens Antiquus 8 (1969), 87–119. [Adoption]
  • Donner, Herbert, "Die soziale Botschaft der Propheten im Lichte der Gesellschaftsordnung in Israel," Oriens Antiquus 2 (1963), 229–245. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Doro, R., "El matrimonio en la historia del pueblo de Israel a traves de la Revelacion des Propheten," Revista Biblica 22 (1960), 187–201. [Marriage]
  • Doron, Pinchas, "A New Look at an Old Lex, Lex Talionis," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society of Columbia University 1, no. 2 (1969), 21–27. [Talion]
  • Doron, Pinchas, "Motive Clauses in Deuteronomy," Hebrew Annual Review 2 (1978), 61–77. [Literary Form]
  • Dossin, Georges, Un cas d’ordalie par le dieu Fleuve d’apres une lettre de Mari, 112–118, Leiden, 1939. [Comparative Studies—Mari]
  • Dossou, Simon Kossi, Le Décalogue: Une Interpellation pour la vie quotidienne, Yaoundé: Faculté de Théologie Protestante, 1999. [ 080]
  • Doty, L. Timothy, "The Archive of the NANA-IDDIN Family from Uruk," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 30, no. 2 (1978), 65–90. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Douglas, Mary, Implicit Meanings: Essay in Anthropology, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1975. [Theory of Law]
  • Douglas, Mary, "Justice as the Cornerstone: An Interpretation of Leviticus 18–20," Interpretation 53 (1999), 341–350. [Biblical Law] [Divine Justice] [Interpretation]
  • Douglas, Mary, Purity and Danger: An Analysis of Concepts of Pollution and Taboo, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1966. [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Douglas, Mary, "The Abominations of Leviticus," in Purity and Danger: An Analysis of Concepts of Pollution and Taboo, 42–58, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1966. [Biblical Law] [Ritual Law]
  • Douglas, Mary, "The Forbidden Animals in Leviticus," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 59 (1993), 3–23. [Animals]
  • Downing, F. Gerald, "Law and Custom: Luke-Acts and Late Hellenism," in Barnabas Lindars, ed., Law and Religion, 148–158, Cambridge: James Clark, 1988. [New Testament]
  • Downing, F. Gerald, "The Ambiguity of ‘The Pharisee and the Toll-Collector’ (Luke 18:9–14) in the Greco-Roman World of Late Antiquity," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 54 (1992), 80–99. [Taxation]
  • Dozeman, Thomas B., "Horeb/Sinai and the Rise of Law in the Wilderness Tradition," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 28 (1989), 282–290. [Biblical Law]
  • Draffkorn, Anne E., "Ilani/Elohim," Journal of Biblical Literature 76 (1957), 216–224. [Procedure]
  • Draï, Raphaël, Le Mythe de la Loi du Talion: Une Introduction au Droit Hébraïque, Aix-en-Provence: Alinea, 1991. [Talion]
  • Drane, John W., "Tradition, Law, and Ethics in Pauline Theology," Novum Testamentum 16 (July 1974), 167–178. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Drazin, Israel, Targum Onkelos to Deuteronomy, New York: KTAV, 1982. [Biblical Law]
  • Dreyfus, F., "El tema de la herencia en el AT," Selecciones de Teologia 5 (1966), 97–106. [Biblical Law]
  • Drier, R., "Göttliches und menschliches Recht," Zeitschrift für evangelisches Kirchenrecht 32 (1987), 289–316. [Divine Justice]
  • Driver, Godfrey R., "Birds in the Old Testament: Part 1, Birds in Law; Part 2, Birds in Life," Palestine Exploration Quarterly 87 (1955), 5–20, 129–140. [Animals]
  • Driver, Godfrey R., "Two Problems in the Old Testament Examined in the Light of Assyriology [Genesis 47:12–14; Numbers 5:11–28; Deuternomy 18:8]," Syria 33 (1956), 70–78. [Comparative Studies—Assyrian]
  • Driver, Godfrey R., and John C. Miles, "Ordeal by Oath at Nuzi," Iraq 7 (1940), 132–138. [Comparative Studies—Nuzi] [Oath]
  • Driver, Godfrey R., and John C. Miles, ed. and trans., The Assyrian Laws, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1935; Germany: Scientia Verlag Aalen, 1975. [Comparative Studies—Assyrian]
  • Driver, Godfrey R., and John C. Miles, ed. and trans., The Babylonian Laws, 2 vols., Oxford: Clarendon, 1952–1955. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Driver, Samuel R., A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Deuteronomy, Edinburgh: Clark, 1902 (International Critical Commentary). [Commentaries]
  • Droge, Arthur J., "Mori lucrum: Paul and Ancient Theories of Suicide," Novum Testamentum 30 (1988), 263–286. [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Suicide]
  • du Buit, Michael, "Quelques contacts bibliques dans les archives royales de Mari," Revue Biblique 66 (1959), 576–581. [Comparative Studies—Mari]
  • Dubarle, André-Marie, "Le Jugement de Salomon: un coeur à l’écoute," Revue des Sciences Philosophiques et Théologiques 63 (1979), 419–427. [Courts] [Procedure]
  • Duchan, M., "Dine hayerushah vehasevaah be-eres Yisrael, Law of Inheritance and Wills in Palestine," Hamishpat Haivri 1, no. 1, 24–32, 88–98. [Succession]
  • Duchan, M., Dine Karkät beerez Israel (Land Law in Palestine), Jerusalem, 1925. [Property]
  • Ducrot, P., "De la vendetta à la loi du talion," Revue d’Histoire et de Philosophie Religieuse 6 (1926), 350–365. [Talion]
  • Duerr, Lorenz, "Altorientalisches Recht bei den Propheten Amos and Hosea," Biblische Zeitschrift 23 (1935–1936), 150–157. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Duesberg, Hilaire, Jesus, prophete et docteur de la Loi, Maredsousi: Ed. del’Abbaye, 1955. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Duff, Patrick W., "Furtum and Larceny," Cornell Library Journal 12 (1954), 86–88. [Theft]
  • Duff, Paul B., "‘I Will Give to Each of You as Your Works Deserve’: Witchcraft Accusations and the Fiery-Eyed Son of God in Rev. 2:18–23," New Testament Studies 43 (January 1997), 116–133. [Curses] [Divine Justice]
  • Duggan, Michael W., The Covenant Renewal in Ezra-Nehemiah (Neh 7:72b-10:40): An Exegetical, Literary, and Theological Study, Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2001. [Covenant]
  • Duhaime, Jean, "The War Scroll from Qumran and the Greco-Roman Tactical Treatises," Revue de Qumran 13 (1988), 133–151. [Qumran]
  • Duke, Rodney K., "The Portion of the Levite: Another Reading of Deuteronomy 18:6–8," Journal of Biblical Literature 106 (1987), 193–201. [Biblical Law]
  • Duling, Dennis C., "[Do Not Swear . . . ] by Jerusalem Because It Is the City of the Great King (Matt 5:35)," Journal of Biblical Literature 110 (1991), 291–309. [Oath]
  • Dumbrell, William J., "‘In Those Days There Was No King in Israel; Every Man Did What Was Right in His Own Eyes’: The Purpose of the Book of Judges Reconsidered," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 25 (1983), 23–33. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Dumbrell, William J., "The Logic of the Role of the Law in Matthew 5:1–20," Novum Testamentum 23 (January 1981), 1–21. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Dummermuth, F., Der Bundesbegriff im Deuteronomium, 1956. [Covenant]
  • Dunn, James D.G., "Are You the Messiah?: Is the Crux of Mark 14.61–62 Resolvable?" in David G. Horrell and Christopher M. Tuckett, eds., Christology, Controversy, and Community: New Testament Essays in Honour of David R. Catchpole,1–22, Boston: Brill, 2000. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Dunn, James D.G., "Jesus and the Constraint of Law," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 17 (February 1983), 10–18. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Dunn, James D.G., Jesus, Paul, and the Law: Studies in Mark and Galatians, Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 1990, also in London: SPCK, 1990. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Dunn, James D.G., "Mark 2:1–3:6: A Bridge between Jesus and Paul on the Question of the Law," New Testament Studies 30 (July 1984), 395–415. [New Testament]
  • Dunn, James D.G., "Noch einmal ‘Works of the Law’ the Dialogue Continues," in Ismo Dunderberg, Christopher Tuckett, and Kari Syreeni, eds., Fair Play: Diversity and Conflicts in Early Christianity. Essays in Honour of Heikki Räisänen, 273–290, Leiden: Brill, 2002. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Dunn, James D.G., "The Justice of God: A Renewed Perspective on Justification by Faith," Journal of Theological Studies 43 (1992), 1–22. [Divine Justice]
  • Dunn, James D.G., "Works of the Law and the Curse of the Law (Galatians 3:10–14)," New Testament Studies 31 (October 1985), 523–542. [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Penalities]
  • Dunn, James D.G., "Yet Once More—‘The Works of the Law’: A Response," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 46 (1992), 99–117. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Dunn, James D.G., ed., Paul and the Mosaic Law, Tübingen: Mohr, 1996; reprint, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2001. [Biblical Law] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Dunner, A., Die Gerechtigkeit nach dem Alten Testament, Bonn: H. Bouvier, 1963 (Schriften zur Rechtslehre und Politik). [Theory of Law]
  • Dupont-Sommer, André, and A. Jean Starcky, Les Inscriptions Araméennes de Sfiré, Stèles I et II, Paris: Impr. Nationale, 1958. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic]
  • Dus, Jan, "Das zweite Gebot: Zum Sieg der Heiligen lade über das Schitzbild in Bethel," Communio Viatorum 4 (1961), 37–50. [Decalogue] [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Dus, Jan, "Der Jakobbund, Genesis 15: 8 ff.," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 80 (1968), 35–38. [Covenant]
  • Dutcher-Walls, Patricia, "The Circumscription of the King: Deuteronomy 17:16–17 in Its Ancient Social Context," Journal of Biblical Literature 121 (2002), 601–616. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Kingship]
  • Dutcher-Walls, Patricia, "The Social Location of the Deuteronomists: A Sociological Study of Factional Politics in Late Pre-exilic Judah," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 52 (1991), 77–94. [Biblical Law]
  • Dwight, Sereno Edwards, The Hebrew Wife, or the Law of Marriage Examined in Relation to the Lawfulness of Polygamy and to the Extent of the Law of Incest, New York: Leavitt, Lord, and Co., 1836. [Husband and Wife] [Marriage]


E

  • Ebeling, Erich, "Erbe," in Reallexikon der Assyriologie 2:458–462. [Succession]
  • Ebeling, Erich, and V. Korosec, "Ehe," in Reallexikon der Assyriologie 2:281–299. [Marriage]
  • Ebeling, Gerhard, "Erwägungen zur Lehre vom Gesetz," Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche 55, no. 3 (1958), 270–306. [New Testament]
  • Eberhart, Christian, "Die Prüfung Abrahams, oder: Wo aber ist das Opfer im Neuen Testament?" in Ulrich Dehn, ed., Wo aber ist das Opferlamm? Opfer und Opferkritik in den drei abrahamitischen Religionen, 19–27, Berlin, 2003 (Evangelische Zentralstelle für Weltanschauungsfragen Texte 168). [Ritual Law]
  • Eberharter, J., Das Ehe-und Familienrecht des Hebrär, Salzburg, 1914. [Marriage]
  • Edersheim, S.W., "The Law and Policy of the Hebrews," Religious Tract Society (1883). [Biblical Law]
  • Edgerton, William F., "The Nauri Decree of Seti I," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 6 (1947), 222. [Comparative Studies—Egyptian]
  • Edwards, Ruth B., "CHARIN ANTI CHARITOS (John 1:16); Grace and the Law in the Johannine Prologue," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 32 (1988), 3–15. [New Testament]
  • Eger, Otto, "Rechtswörter und Rechtsbilder in den paulischen Briefen," Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft 18 (1917), 84–108. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Eggold, Henry J., Jr., "Third Use of the Law," Springfielder 27 (Spring 1963), 15–23. [New Testament]
  • Ego, Beate, "Reinheit und Schöpfung. Zur Begründung der Speisegebote im Buch Leviticus," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 3 (1997), 131–144. [Biblical Law] [Dietary Law]
  • Ehrlich, Jacob W., The Holy Bible and the Law, New York: Oceana, 1962; reprint, Union, N.J.: Law Book Exchange, 2001. [Biblical Law]
  • Ehrling, S.B., "Firstborn and Firstlings in the Covenant Code," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 25 (1986), 470–478. [Ritual Law]
  • Ehrman, A., "The Origins of the Ritual Murder Accusation and Blood Libel," Tradition 15 (Spring 1976), 83–. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Eichler, Barry L., Indenture at Nuzi: The Personal Tidennutu Contract and Its Mesopotamian Analogues, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1973 (Yale Near Eastern Researches 5). [Comparative Studies—Nuzi]
  • Eichler, Barry L., "Literary Structure in the Laws of Eshnunna," in E. Reiner and F. Halton, eds., Language, Literature, and History, 71–84, New Haven, Conn.: American Oriental Society, 1987. [Comparative Studies—Eshnunna]
  • Eichler, Barry L., "Nuzi and the Bible: A Retrospective," in Hermann Behrens, Darlene Loding, and Martha T. Roth, eds., DUMU-E2–DUB-BA-A: Studies in Honor of Åke W. Sjöberg, 107–119, Philadelphia: Babylonian Section, University Museum, 1989. [Comparative Studies—Nuzi]
  • Eichler, Barry L., Jane W. Heimerdinger, and Åke W. Sjoberg, eds., Kramer Anniversary Volume: Cuneiform Studies in Honor of Samuel Noah Kramer, Kevelaer: Butzon and Bercker, 1976. [Collections of Essays]
  • Eichrodt, Walther, "Bund und Gesetz: Erwägungen zur Neuren Diskussion," in Gottes Wort und Gottes Land: Hans Wilhelm Hertzberg zum 70 Geburtstag, 30–49, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 1965. [Covenant]
  • Eichrodt, Walther, "Covenant and Law: Thoughts on Recent Discussion," Interpretation 20 (1966), 302–321. [Covenant]
  • Eichrodt, Walther, Ezekiel: A Commentary, trans. C. Quin, Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1970. [Commentaries]
  • Eichrodt, Walter, Theology of the Old Testament, trans. J.A. Baker, Philadelphia: Westminster Press, vol 1, 1961, vol. 2, 1967. [Biblical Law]
  • Eidsmoe, John A., "A Biblical View of Abortion," Journal of Christian Jurisprudence (1983), 17–. [Abortion]
  • Eilers, W., "Die Gesetze Chammurabi," Der Alte Orient 31 (1932), 3–4. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Eisenstadt, Shmuel, "Al hitpatehut musag haishiyut hamishpatit bamishpat haivri, On the Development of Legal Personality in Jewish Law," Hamishpat Haivri 1, nos. 1–2, 10–15, 83–87. [Legal Personality]
  • Eisenstadt, Shmuel, "Reshit Yihusav hammispatiyim habben leummiyim shel ha’am ha-yisreeli (Beginnings of the International Legal Relations of the Jewish People)," Hamishpat Haivri 1 (1926), 56–74. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Eissfeldt, Otto, "Das Gesetz ist zwischeneingekommen: Ein Beitrag zur Analyse der Sinai-Erzählung, Exodus 19–34," Theologische Literaturzeitung 91 (1966), 1–6; reprinted in Kleine Schriften zur Geschichte des Volkes Israel, 209–214, 1968. [Covenant]
  • Eissfeldt, Otto, "Die älteste Erzählung vom Sinaibund," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 73 (1961), 137–146. [Covenant]
  • Eissfeldt, Otto, Die Komposition der Sinai Erzählung, Ex. 19–34, Berlin: Akademie, 1966. [Biblical Law]
  • Eissfeldt, Otto, "Göthes Beurteilung des kultischen Dekalogs von Exodus 34 im Lichte der Pentateuchkritik," Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche 63 (1966), 135–144. [Decalogue]
  • Eissfeldt, Otto, "Lade und Gesetzestafeln," Theologische Zeitschrift 16 (July 1960), 281–284. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Eissfeldt, Otto, "Sinai-Erzählung und Bileam-Sprüche," Hebrew Union College Annual 32 (1968), 179–190. [Covenant]
  • Eissfeldt, Otto, "Sohnespflichten im Alten Orient," Syria 43 (1966), 39–47. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Eissfeldt, Otto, The Old Testament: An Introduction Including the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha; and also the Works of Similar Type from Qumran: the History of the Formation of the Old Testament, trans. Peter R. Ackroyd, New York: Harper and Row, 1965. [Commentaries]
  • Elazar, Daniel Judah, Covenant as the Basis of the Jewish Political Tradition, Ramat Gan, Israel: Bar Ilan University, 1977. [Covenant]
  • Elazar, Daniel Judah, "Government in Biblical Israel," Tradition 13, no. 1 (Spring-Summer 1973) 105–123. [Public Law] [Jewish Law in Israel]
  • Elazar, Daniel Judah, ed., Kinship & Consent: The Jewish Political Tradition and Its Contemporary Uses, Ramat Gan, Israel: Turtledove Publishing, 1981; reprint, Washington D.C.: University Press of America, 1983. [Public Law]
  • Elert, Werner, Law and Gospel, trans. Edward H. Schroeder, Philadelphia: Fortress, 1967. [Law and Religion]
  • Elgavish, David, "Extradition of Fugitives in International Relations in the Ancient Near East," in Jewish Law Association Studies 14: Jerusalem 2002 Conference Volume, 33–57, Binghampton, N.Y.: Global Academic Publishing, 2004. [International Law]
  • Elgavish, David, "The Division of the Spoils of War in the Bible and in the Ancient Near East," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte, 8 (2002), 242–273. [Law of War]
  • Elgvin, Torlief, "Forbannet er den som Henger p Treet, Cursed is everyone who is hung on a tree," Tidsskrift for Teologi og Kirke 69 (1998), 253–262. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Elgvin, Torlief, "Tempelrullen fra Qumran," Tidsskrift for Teologi og Kirke 1 (1985), 1–21. [Sources—Intertestamental]
  • Ellickson, Robert C., and Charles DiA. Thorland, "Ancient Land Law: Mesopotamia, Egypt, Israel," Chicago-Kent Law Review 71 (1995), 321–411. [Property]
  • Elliger, Karl, "Das Gesetz Leviticus 18," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 67, no. 1 (1955), 1–25; reprinted in Theologische Blatter 32 (1966), 232–259. [Sexual Offences]
  • Elliger, Karl, "Zur Analyse des Sündopfergesetzes," in Arnulf Kuschke, ed., Verbannung und Heimkehr: Beiträge zur Geschichte und Theologie Israels im 6 und 5 Jahrhundert v Chr Wilhelm Rudolf zum 70, 39–50, Tübingen: Mohr, 1961. [Ritual Law]
  • Ellingworth, P., "Servant, Slave, or What?" Bible Translator 49, no. 1 (January 1998), 123–125. [Slavery]
  • Elliott, James K., "Paul’s Teaching on Marriage in I Corinthians: Some Problems Considered," New Testament Studies 19 (1973), 219–225. [Marriage] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Elliott-Binns, Leonard E., "Some Problems of the Holiness Code," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 67 (1955), 26–40. [Biblical Law]
  • Ellis, Maria deJong, "An Old Babylonian Adoption Contract from Tell Harmal," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 27 (1975), 130–151. [Abortion]
  • Ellis, Maria deJong, "Taxation in Ancient Mesopotamia: The History of the Term ‘miksu,’" Journal of Cuneiform Studies 26 (1974), 211–250. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Taxation]
  • Ellison, Henry L., "Paul and the Law: All Things to All Men," in W. Ward Gasque and Ralph P. Martin, eds., Apostolic History and the Gospel: Biblical and Historical Essays Presented to F.F. Bruce on His 60th Birthday, 195–202, Exeter, Eng.: Patemoster Press, 1970. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Ellul, Jacques, "Le droit biblique d’apres l’exemple de la royaute et les cultures orientales," in Melanges offerts a J. Brethe de la Grassaye, 253–273, 1967. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Ellul, Jacques, "Propositions concerning the Christian Attitude toward Law," Oklahoma Law Journal 12 (1959), 134–146; reprinted in Student World 54 (1961), 359–375. [New Testament]
  • Elman, Peter, ed., Jewish Marriage, London: Soncino Press, 1967. [Marriage]
  • Elmslie, William A.L., The Mishna on Idolatry: Abodah Zarah, Cambridge University Press, 1911. [Law and Religion] [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Elon, Menachem, Jewish Law, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1978. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Elon, Menachem, "Jewish Law and Modern Medicine," Israel Law Review 4 (1969), 467–478. [Medico-Legal Issues]
  • Elon, Menachem, "The Law, Books, and Libraries," National Jewish Law Review 2 (1987), 1–29. [Sources of Law]
  • Elon, Menachem, "The Sources and Nature of Jewish Law and Its Application in the State of Israel, Part I," Israel Law Review 2 (1967), 515–565. [Influence of Jewish Law]
  • Elon, Menachem, "The Sources and Nature of Jewish Law and Its Application in the State of Israel, Part II," Israel Law Review 3 (1968), 88–126. [Influence of Jewish Law]
  • Elon, Menachem, "The Sources and Nature of Jewish Law and Its Application in the State of Israel, Part III," Israel Law Review 3 (1968), 416–457. [Influence of Jewish Law]
  • Elon, Menachem, "The Sources and Nature of Jewish Law and Its Application in the State of Israel, Part IV," Israel Law Review 4 (1969), 80–140. [Influence of Jewish Law]
  • Elon, Menacham, ed., "The Principles of Jewish Law," in Encyclopaedia Judaica, Jerusalem: Keter Publishing, 1975. [Law and Religion]
  • Elon, Menachem, and others, eds., Jewish Law (Mishpat Ivri): Cases and Materials, New York: Matthew Bender and Co., 1999. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Elwin, Warwick, Confession and Absolution in the Bible: A Study of the Evidence of Holy Scripture upon the Doctrine of Penance, London: J.T. Hayes, 1883. [Evidence]
  • Emerton, John A., "Priests and Levites in Deuteronomy: An Examination of Dr. G.E. Wright’s Theory," Vetus Testamentum 12 (1962), 129–138. [Ritual Law]
  • Emmanuel, "Sur Esau et le droit d’ainnesse," Evidences 15 (1963), 29–30. [Succession]
  • Emmel, Karl, Das Fortleben der antiken Lehren von der Beseelung bei den Kirchenvätern, Borna-Leipzig: Robert Norske, 1918. [Abortion]
  • Engel, Helmut, Die Susanna-Erzählung. Einleitung, Übersetzung und Kommentar zum Septuaginta-Text und zur Theodotion-Bearbeitung, Freiburg-Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 1985 (Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis 61). [Sources—Intertestamental]
  • Engert, J., Ehe und Familienrecht der Hebrär, München: J.J. Lentner’schen Buchhandlung, 1905. [Marriage]
  • Englard, Izhak, "Religious Freedom and Jewish Tradition in Modern Israeli Law—a Clash of Ideologies," in Edwin B. Firmage, Bernard G. Weiss, and John W. Welch, eds., Religion and Law: Biblical-Judaic and Islamic Perspectives, 365–77, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1990. [Jewish Law in Israel]
  • Englard, Izhak, "The Problem of Jewish Law in a Jewish State, Israel Law Review 3 (1968), 254–278. [Jewish Law in Israel]
  • Engnell, Ivan, Israel and the Law, 2d ed., Uppsala, 1954. [Biblical Law]
  • Engnell, Ivan, Studies in Divine Kingship in the Ancient Near East, Uppsala: Almquist and Wiksells, 1943; reprint, Oxford: Blackwell, 1967. [Kingship]
  • Enker, Arnold, "Lex Talionis: The Plain Meaning of the Text," S’Vara 2 (1991), 52–55. [Talion]
  • Enslin, Morton S., "The Trial of Jesus," Jewish Quarterly Review 60 (1969), 353–355. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Epstein, Halevi, "Mishpat Hashalom Haivri (kivvuno vehashichlulim haderushim bo) (Jewish Peace Court: Its Aims, Defects, and Remedies)," Hamishpat Haivri 2:120–129. [Courts]
  • Epstein, Louis M., Marriage Laws in the Bible and the Talmud, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1942. [Marriage]
  • Epstein, Louis M., Sex Laws and Customs in Judaism, New York: KTAV, 1967. [Sexual Offences]
  • Epstein, Louis M., The Jewish Marriage Contract, New York: Arno Press, 1973. [Contract] [Marriage]
  • Epsztein, Léon, La justice sociale dans le Proche-Orient ancien et le peuple de la Bible, Paris: Cerf, 1983. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Social Protection]
  • Epsztein, Léon, Social Justice in the Ancient Near East and the People of the Bible, London: SCM Press, 1986. [Social Protection]
  • Erlandsson, Seth, "Faith in the Old and New Testaments: Harmony or Disagreement?" Concordia Theological Quarterly 47 (January 1983), 1–14. [Biblical Law]
  • Erling, Bernhard, "First-Born and Firstlings in the Covenant Code," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1986. [Animals] [Ritual Law] [Succession]
  • Ernst, A., "‘Wer Menschenblut vergießt . . .’ Zur Übersetzung von badam in Gen 9,6," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 102 (1990), 252–253. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Ernst, Joachim, Die altassyrische Gesetze und ihr Verhältnis zu den Gesetzen des Pentateuch, Stuttgart, 1925. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Eshel, Esther, and Amos Kloner, "An Aramaic Ostracon of an Edomite Marriage Contract from Maresha, Dated 176 B.C.E.," Israel Exploration Journal 46 (1996), 1–22. [Marriage]
  • Eskenazi, Tamara C., "Out from the Shadows: Biblical Women in the Post-exilic Era," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 54 (1992), 25–43; reprinted in Athalya Brenner, ed., A Feminist Companion to Samuel and Kings, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1994. [Status—Women]
  • Eskenazi, Tamara C., "Paul and the Dead Sea Scrolls on the Law," Proceedings of the 8th World Conference on Jewish Studies (1982), 119–124. [History of Jewish Law] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Eskola, Timo, "Paul, Predestination, and ‘Covenantal Nomism’—Re-assessing Paul and Palestinian Judaism," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Period 28 (1997), 390–412. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Eslinger, Lyle M., "The Case of an Immodest Lady Wrestler in Deuteronomy 25:11–12 (Genesis 32:22–26, 33; Song of Solomon 5:15)," Vetus Testamentum 31 (July 1981), 269–281. [Sexual Offences]
  • Eslinger, Lyle, "More Drafting Techniques in Deuteronomic Laws," Vetus Testamentum 34 (April 1984), 221–226. [Literary Form]
  • Essex, Keith H., "The Abrahamaic Covenant," Master’s Seminary Journal 10, no. 2 (Fall 1999) 191–212. [Covenant]
  • Estevez, Elisa, "Sexualidad, familia y pureza. El incesto en la legislación levítica," Miscelánea Comillas 57 (1999), 349–384. [Human Rights] [Sexual Offences]
  • Evans, Craig A., "In What Sense ‘Blasphemy’? Jesus before Caiaphas in Mark 14:61–64," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 30 (1991), 215–234. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Evans, Craig A., "The Passion of Jesus: History Remembered or Prophecy Historicized?" Bulletin for Biblical Research 6 (1996), 159–165. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Evans, Craig A., review of Darrell L. Bock, Blasphemy and Exaltation in Judaism: The Charge against Jesus in Mark 14:53–65, http://www.bookreviews.org. [Criminal Law] [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Evans, D. Geoffrey, "‘Coming’ and ‘Going’ at the City Gate—a Discussion of Professor Speiser’s Paper," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 150 (1958), 28–33. [Courts]
  • Evans, D. Geoffrey, "‘Gates’ and ‘Streets’: Urban Institutions in Old Testament Times," Journal of Religious History 2 (1962), 1–12. [Courts]
  • Evans, D. Geoffrey, "The Incidence of Labour-Service at Mari," Revue d’Assyriologie et d’ Archeologie Orientale 57 (1963), 65–78. [Comparative Studies—Mari] [Labor Law]
  • Evans, J. Barrie, "Does Blood Cry Out? Considerations in Generating the Cognitive Environment," Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 23, no. 2 (1997), 129–141. [Legal Reasoning] [Remedies]
  • Eyre, Cerney J., "Crime and Adultery in Ancient Egypt," Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 70 (1984), 92–105. [Comparative Studies—Egyptian] [Sexual Offences]


F

  • Fabry, Heinz-Josef, "Deuteronomium 15. Gedanken zur Geschwister-Ethik im Alten Testament," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 3 (1997), 92–111. [Biblical Law] [Slavery] [Social Protection]
  • Fabry, Heinz-Josef, "Noch ein Dekalog! Die Thora des lebendigen Gottes in ihrer Wirkungsgeschichte: Ein Versuch zu Deuteronomium 27," in Michael Böhnke and Hanspeter Heinz, eds., Im Gespräch mit dem dreieinen Gott: Elemente Einer Trinitarischen Theologie: Festschrift Wilhelm Breuning, 75–96, Düsseldorf: Patmos Verlag Berlin und Bodenheim, 1985. [Decalogue]
  • Fabry, Heinz-Josef, and Hans-Winfried Jüngling, eds., Levitikus als Buch, Bonn: Philo, 1999 (Bonner Biblische Beiträge 119). [Biblical Law] [Literary Form]
  • Fager, Jeffrey A., Land Tenure and the Biblical Jubilee: Uncovering Hebrew Ethics through the Sociology of Knowledge, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1993. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Property]
  • Falasca, M., "L’evoluzione della pena dell’adulterio del diritto penale ebraico," Euentes Docete 18 (1965), 246–265. [Sexual Offences]
  • Falasca, M., "L’istituto matrimonale premosaico nella Sacra Scrittura," Euentes Docete 18 (1965), 381–422. [Marriage]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Addenda to ‘Hebrew Law in Biblical Times,’" Diné Israel 8 (1977), 33–48. [Biblical Law] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Asylrecht," Theologische Realenzyclopädie 4 (1979), 315–327. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Biblical Law" (in Hebrew), in Lexicon Miqrai, Tel Aviv, 1965. [Biblical Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Biblical Laws ad tumam" (in Hebrew), Jerusalem, 1998. [Biblical Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Binding and Loosing," Journal of Jewish Studies 25 (1974), 92–100. [Courts]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Citizen Rights in Ancient Israel" (in Hebrew), in G. Fristik, ed., Zekhuyot haAdam baYahadut, 227–231, Jerusalem, 1992. [Human Rights]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Civil Rights in Ancient Israel," Recueil Société J. Bodin 46 (1989), 73–77. [Human Rights]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Collective Responsibility in the Bible and the Aggada" (in Hebrew), Tarbiz 30 (1960), 16–20. [Collective Responsibility]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Comments on the Sections Treating Jethro and Justice" (in Hebrew), Diné Israel 2 (1970), 29–33. [Courts]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Concerning Marriage in Hosea and Malachi" (in Hebrew), in C. Rabin, ed., Studies in the Bible and the Hebrew Language, 188–195, Jerusalem: Kiryat, 1979. [Husband and Wife]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Elements of the Jewish Law of Torts," in Studi in Onore di Guiseppe Grosso, 2:159–167, Torino: Stamperai Editoriale Rattero, 1968. [Torts]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Endogamy in Israel" (in Hebrew), Tarbiz 32 (1962), 19–34. [Marriage]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Exodus XXI:6," Vetus Testamentum 9 (1959), 86–88. [Slavery]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Forms of Testimony," Vetus Testamentum 11 (1961), 88–91. [Evidence]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Gestures [with the right hand] Expressing Affirmation," Journal of Semitic Studies 4 (1959), 268–269. [Procedure]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Hebrew Law in Biblical Times," Diné Israel 8 (1977). [Biblical Law] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., Hebrew Law in Biblical Times, Jerusalem: Wahrmann Books, 1964; 2nd ed., ed. John W. Welch, Provo, Utah: Research Press; Winona Lake, Indiana: Eisenbrauns, 2001. [Biblical Law] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Hebrew Legal Terms," Journal of Semitic Studies 5 (1960), 350–354. [Terminology]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Hebrew Legal Terms II," Journal of Semitic Studies 12 (1967), 241–244. [Terminology]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., Introduction to Jewish Law of the Second Commonwealth, Leiden: E.J. Brill, Part I, 1972, Part 2, 1978. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Jeremiah and Marriage" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 15 (1970), 431–440. [Law and the Prophets] [Marriage]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Jerusalem in Jewish Law and Religion," in Jerusalem dans les traditions juives et chrétiennes, Bruxelles: Publications de l’Institution Iudaicum, 1986. [History of Jewish Law] [Law and Religion]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Jewish Law," in J. Duncan M. Derrett, ed., An Introduction to Legal Systems, 28–53, New York: Frederick A. Praeger, 1968. [Biblical Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., Jewish Matrimonial Law in the Middle Ages, London: Oxford University Press, 1966. [History of Jewish Law] [Marriage]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Las personas en el derecho hebreo de los tiempos biblicos," Temis 21 (1967), 341–347. [Personality]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Law and Ethics in the Hebrew Bible," in Henning Graf Reventlow and Yair Hoffman, eds., Justice and Righteousness: Biblical Themes and Their Influence, 82–90, Sheffield: Journal for Study of the Old Testament Press, 1992. [Biblical Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., Law and Religion: The Jewish Experience, Jerusalem: Mesharim Publishing, 1981. [Law and Religion]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Legal Archaeology," Iura 17 (1966), 167–173. [Archaeology] [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Manumission by Sale," Journal of Semitic Studies 3 (1958), 127–128. [Sale] [Slavery]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Marriage" (in Hebrew), Encyclopedia Mikrait 5 (1968), 858–863. [Marriage]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., Marriage and Divorce (in Hebrew), Jerusalem: Mif’al ha-shikhpul, 1961 (originally presented as the author’s thesis under the title "Family Law Reforms in German-French Jewry" [in Hebrew]). [Divorce] [Marriage]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Marriage Regulations of the Dead Sea Community," Israel Law Review 29 (1995), 79–82. [Marriage]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Matrimonial Property in Jewish and Germanic Laws," Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis 28 (1960). [Marriage] [Property]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Merits of the Father in Ezekiel" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 17 (1972), 393–397. [Law and the Prophets] [Parent and Child]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Mischehe im A.T. und im Judentum," Theologische Realenzyclopädie 23 (1993), 3–7. [Marriage]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Mutual Obligations in the Ketubah," Journal of Jewish Studies 8 (1957), 215–217. [Obligations]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Notes and Observations on Talmudic Vows," Harvard Theological Review 59 (1966), 309–312. [Oath]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Notes on Portions of Yitro and Mishpatim" (in Hebrew), Diné Israel 2 (1970), 29–34. [Commentaries]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "On Marriage in Hosea and Malachi" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 65 (1976), 211–216. [Law and the Prophets] [Marriage]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "On Study of the Oral Law" (in Hebrew), Sinai 86 (1980), 167–173. [Sources of Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "On the Historical Background of Talmudic Laws regarding Gentiles" (in Hebrew), Immanuel 14 (1982), 102–213. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "On the Study of Jewish Law," Diné Israel 4 (1973), 5–16. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Oral and Written Testimony," Iura 19 (1968), 113–119. [Evidence]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., Religious Law and Ethics: Studies in Biblical and Rabbinical Theonomy, Jerusalem: Mesharim Publishers, 1991. [Theory of Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., Religious Law: Between Eternity and Change (in Hebrew), Jerusalem: Mesharim, 1986. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Ruler and Judge" (in Hebrew), Leshonenu 30 (1965–1966), 243–247. [Terminology]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Sociological Notes on Deuteronomy," Diné Israel 3 (1972), 37–43. [Biblical Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Spirituality and Jewish Law," in Edwin B. Firmage, Bernard G. Weiss, and John W. Welch, eds., Religion and Law: Biblical-Judaic and Islamic Perspectives, 127–138, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1990. [Law and Religion]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Testate Succession in Jewish Law," Journal of Jewish Studies 12 (1961), 67–77. [Succession]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "The Deeds of Manumission of Elephantine," Journal of Jewish Studies 5 (1954), 114–117. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic] [Slavery]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "The Expression ‘Iron Sheep’ in the Talmud" (in Hebrew), Tarbiz 26 (1957), 287–291.
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "The Halted Covenant between Israel and God according to Words of Prophecy" (in Hebrew), Hagut baMiqra 2 (1976), 209–221. [Covenant] [Prophecy and Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "The Inheritance of the Daughter and the Widow in the Miqra and in the Talmud," Tarbiz 28 (1952), 9–15. [Status—Women] [Succession]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "The Right of Inheritance of a Daughter and a Widow in the Bible and the Talmud" (in Hebrew), Tarbiz 23 (1951–1952), 9–15. [Status—Women] [Succession]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "The Temple Scroll and the Codification of Jewish Law," Jewish Law Annual 2 (1979), Leiden: E.J. Brill, 33–44. [Codification]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "The Temple Scroll and the Earliest Mishnah" (in Hebrew), Sinai 83 (1978), 30–41. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "The Theoretical Foundations of Repentance Traditions" (in Hebrew), in Teshuvah weShavim., 15–22, Jerusalem, 1980. [Law and Religion]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "The Tradition in the Torah" (in Hebrew), in Hagut beMiqra, 203–208, Tel Aviv, 1974. [Sources of Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Torah, Halakha, Orthodoxie," Pardes, Revue Europ. D’Etudes et de Culture Juives 25 (1999), 89–95. [Law and Religion]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Torah, Worship, and Charity" (in Hebrew), Petachim 23 (1973), 6–10. [Law and Religion]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Two Ancient Reforms" (in Hebrew), Deuteronomy 46 (1977), 56–58. [Biblical Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Two Symbols of Justice," Vetus Testamentum 10 (1960), 72–74. [Biblical Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Über die Ehe in den biblischen Propheten," Zeitschrift für Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte, Romanistische Abteilung 40 (1973), 36–44. [Law and the Prophets] [Marriage]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "When Judah Profanes the Sanctity of the Divine Name" (in Hebrew), in Iyunim biTrey ‘ Asar, 363–384, Jerusalem, 1981. [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Who Is Righteous in God’s Eyes? "(in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 37 (1991), 86–89. [Biblical Law]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "‘Words of God’ and ‘Judgments,’" in Joseph Schacht, Mario Liverani, and Iza Biezunska Malowist, eds., Studi in onore di Edoardo Volterra, 6:155–159, Milan: A. Giuffrè, 1971. [Terminology]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Zum jüdischen Burgschaftsrecht," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’ Antiquité 10 (1963), 43–54. [Status]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., "Zum jüdischen Handelsrecht," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 16 (1969), 11–19. [Contract]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., and Eckart Otto, "Wandel der Rechtsbegründung in der Gesellschaftsgeschichte des antiken Israel," Zeitschrift für Religions- und Geistesgeschichte 111 (1994), 707–708. [Commercial]
  • Falk, Ze’ev W., and Roland de Vaux, "Les institutions de l’AT," Journal of Jewish Studies 9 (1958), 201–203. [Biblical Law]
  • Falkenstein, Adam, Die neusumerischen Gerichtsurkunden, 39, 40, 44, Abhandlungen der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften Philosophisch-historische Klasse, 1956–1957. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Falkenstein, Adam, and M. San Nicolo, "Das Gesetzbuch Lipit-Istars von Isin," Orientalia 19 (1950), 103–118. [Comparative Studies—Lipit-Ishtar]
  • Fallon, Francis T., "Law in Philo and Ptolemy: A Note on the Letter to Flora," Vigiliae Christianae 30, no. 1 (1976), 45–51. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Farber, Walter, "Wehe, wenn . . . !" Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 64 (1975), 177–179. [Curses]
  • Farbstein, David Z., Das Recht der unfreien und der freien Arbeiter nach judisch-talmudischem Recht verglichen mit dem antiken, speciell mit dem römischen Recht, Frankfurt: J. Kauffmann, 1886. [Slavery]
  • Fassel, Hirsh B., Die mosaisch-rabbinische Tungend-und Rechtslehre: Bearb Nach der Philosophischen Tungend-und Rechtslehre des seeligen Krug und erläutert mit Angabe der Quellen, Gross-Kanischa: J. Markbreiter, 1862. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Faur, José, "Peñas y Castigos," Encyclopedia Mikrait 5 (1965), 991–995. [Penalities]
  • Faur, José, "Understanding the Covenant," Tradition 9 (1968), 33–55. [Covenant]
  • Fawver, Jay D., and R. Larry Overstreet, "Moses and Preventive Medicine," Bibliotheca Sacra 147 (1990), 270–285. [Animals] [Medico-Legal Issues]
  • Fedrizzi, P., "Poligamia e divorzio nel Vecchio Testamento," Studia Patavina 5 (1958), 365–385. [Divorce]
  • Feigin, Samuel I., "Beating of Parents in the Hebrew and Oriental Law" (in Hebrew), Sefer Hashanah 9–10 (1949), 301–315. [Parent and Child]
  • Feigin, Samuel I., "Homicide in Ancient Oriental Law and in Babylonian-Assyrian Contracts" (in Hebrew), Hatekufa 32–33 (1947), 740–765. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Contract] [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Feigin, Samuel I., Legal and Administrative Texts of the Reign of Sansu-iluna, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1979. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Feigin, Samuel I., "Some Cases of Adoption in Israel," Journal of Biblical Literature 50 (1931), 186–200. [Adoption]
  • Feigin, Samuel I., "The Law Book of Yitro" (in Hebrew), Sefer Hashanah 7 (1944), 89–125. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Feinberg, Charles L., "The Scapegoat of Leviticus 16," Bibliotheca Sacra 115 (1958), 320–333. [Ritual Law]
  • Feldman, Daniel Z., The Right and the Good: Halakhah and Human Relations, Northvale, N.J.: Jason Aronson, 1999. [Interpretation]
  • Feldman, David M., Birth Control in Jewish Law, New York: New York University Press, 1968. [Abortion]
  • Feldman, Dayan A., "The London Beth Din," Studies in Jewish Jurisprudence 10 (1929). [History of Jewish Law]
  • Feldman, Emanuel, Biblical and Post-biblical Defilement and Mourning: Law as Theology, New York: KTAV, 1977. [Law and Religion]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "A Few Aspects of Legal Practices in Samuel in Comparison with Legal Material from the Ancient Near East," in Studies in the Books of Samuel, 18–27, Pretoria, 1960. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "Aspects of Family Law in the Covenant Code in Light of Ancient Near Eastern Parallels," Diné Israel 1 (1969), 5–19. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "Clauses of Protection in Hittite Vassal-Treaties and the Old Testament," Vetus Testamentum 13 (1963), 133–143. [Comparative Studies—Hittite] [Social Protection]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "Common Trends in Curses of the Near Eastern Treaties and Kudurru Inscriptions Compared with Maledictions of Amos and Isaiah," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 75 (1963), 155–175. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Curses]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "Covenant, Promise, and Expectation in the Bible," Theologische Zeitschrift 23 (1967), 305. [Covenant]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "D in Exodus XXII, 12," Vetus Testamentum 12 (1962), 337–339. [Literary Form]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "Das Nicht-Haftbar-Sein im Bundesbuch," Journal of Northwest Semitic Language 8 (1980), 17–34. [Remedies]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "Exodus 21:18–19 in Light of Hittite Law #10," Vetus Testamentum 10 (1960), 333–335. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "Legal Aspects of the Dream of Solomon," in Proceedings of the Fourth World Congress of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, 1967. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "Liability of Animals in Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Law," Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 14 (1988), 85–90. [Animals]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "Maledictions and Benedictions in Ancient Near Eastern Vassal-Treaties and the Old Testament," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 74 (1962), 1–9. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "New Light on Exodus 21,6 and 22,7 from the Laws of Eshnunna," Journal of Biblical Literature 78 (1959), 160–161. [Comparative Studies—Eshnunna]
  • Fensham, Frank Charles, "Ordeal by Battle in the Ancient Near East and the Old Testament," in Joseph Schacht, Mario Liverani, and Iza Biezunska Malowist, eds., Studi in onore di Edoardo Volterra, 6:127–36, Milan: A. Giuffrè, 1971. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "Salt as Curse in the Old Testament and the Ancient Near East," Biblical Archaeologist 25 (1962), 48–50. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Curses]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "The Battle between the Men of Joab and Abner as a Possible Ordeal by Battle?" Vetus Testamentum 20, no. 3 (1970), 356–357. [Law of War] [Procedure]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "The Judges and Ancient Israelite Jurisprudence," Oud-Testamentiese Werkgemeenskap van Suid-Afrika 2:15–22, Potchefstroom, 1959. [Biblical Law]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "The Legal Background of Matthew 6:12," Novum Testamentum 4 (1960), 1–2. [New Testament—Parables]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, The Mispatim in the Covenant Code, Baltimore: dissertation, Johns Hopkins University, 1960. [Biblical Law] [Covenant]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "The Possibility of the Presence of Casuistic Legal Material at the Making of the Covenant at Sinai," Palestine Exploration Quarterly 93 (1961), 143–146. [Literary Form]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "The Role of the Lord in the Legal Sections of the Covenant Code," Vetus Testamentum 26 (July 1976), 262–274. [Covenant]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "The Son of a Handmaid in Northwest Semitic," Vetus Testamentum 19, no. 3 (1969), 312–321. [Parent and Child]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "The Treaty between the Israelites and Tyrians," Vetus Testamentum Supplement 17 (1969), 71–87. [Covenant]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "Transgression and Penalty in the Book of the Covenant," Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 5 (1977), 23–41. [Penalities] [Sanctions]
  • Fensham, F. Charles, "Widow, Orphan, and the Poor in Ancient Near Eastern Legal and Wisdom Literature," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 21 (April 1962), 129–139. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Human Rights]
  • Feucht, Christian, Untersuchungen zum Heiligkeitsgesetz, Berlin: Evangelische Verlagsanstalt, 1964 (Theologische Arbeiten 20). [Biblical Law]
  • Feuillet, Andre, "Loi de Dieu, loi du Christ et loi de l’Esprit d’apres les epîtres pauliniennes: Les rapports de ces trois lois avec la loi Mosaique," Novum Testamentum 22 (1980), 29–65. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Fiebig, Paul, Ausgewählte Mischnatraktate in deutscher Übersetzung, Tübingen: Yoma, 1905. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Fiebig, Paul, Der Tosephta Traktat Rosh Hashana, Bonn, 1914. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Fiebig, Paul, Die Mischna Rosh Ha-schana (Neujahr), Giessen: Toppelman, 1914. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Figulla, A., "Lawsuit concerning a Sacrilegious Theft at Erech," Iraq 13 (1951), 95–101. [Sacrilege and Idolatry] [Theft]
  • Filipiak, M., "Spoleczno-prawne znaczenie zorzeczen u Pismie swietym, Maledictions" (in Polish), Ruch Biblijny i Luturgiczny 21 (1968), 32–39. [Curses]
  • Filipiak, M., "Znaczenie Przeklenstwau Kodeksach Prawnych Piecicksiegu le sens des maledictions dans les codes juridiques du Pentateque," Annales Theologico-Canonici 15 (1968), 47–59. [Curses]
  • Fingarette, Herbert, "The Meaning of the Law in the Book of Job," Hastings Law Journal 29 (1978); reprinted in Religion, Law and Ethics (1978 San Francisco, CA), San Francisco: University of California, Hastings College of Law, 1978. [Biblical Law] [Interpretation]
  • Finkelstein, Jacob J., "A Late Old Babylonian Copy of the Laws of Hammurabi," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 21 (1967), 39–48. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Finkelstein, Jacob J., "Ammisadaqa’s Edict and the Babylonian ‘Law Codes,’" Journal of Cuneiform Studies 15 (1961), 91–104. [Curses]
  • Finkelstein, Jacob J., "Old Babylonian Herding Contract and Genesis 31:38," in William W. Hallo, ed., Essays in Memory of E.A. Speiser, New Haven, Conn: American Oriental Society (1968), 30–36. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Contract]
  • Finkelstein, Jacob J., "Ancient Near Eastern Law" (in Hebrew), Encyclopedia Mikrait 5 (1968), 588–614, 1138–1140. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Finkelstein, Jacob J., "Cuneiform Texts from Tell Billa," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 7, no. 4 (1953), 111–176. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Finkelstein, Jacob J., "Law in the Ancient Near East," Encyclopedia Biblica 5 (1968); reprinted in A.M. Schreiber, ed., Jewish Law and Decision-Making: A Study through Time, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1979. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Finkelstein, Jacob J., "On Some Recent Studies in Cuneiform Law," American Oriental Society Journal 90 (1970), 243–256. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Finkelstein, Jacob J., "Sex Offenses in Sumerian Laws," Journal of the American Oriental Society 86 (1966), 355–372. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Sexual Offences]
  • Finkelstein, Jacob J., "Some New Misharum Material and Its Implications," in Studies in Honor of Benno Landsberger on His Seventy-fifth Birthday, 233–246, 1965. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Finkelstein, Jacob J., "The Goring Ox," Temple Law Quarterly 46 (1973), 169–209. [Animals]
  • Finkelstein, Jacob J., "The Laws of Ur-Nammu," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 22 (1968–1969), 66–82. [Comparative Studies—Ur-Nammu]
  • Finkelstein, Jacob J., The Ox That Gored, Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1981 (Transactions of the American Philosophical Society 71). [Animals]
  • Finkelstein, Jacob J., and Moshe Greenberg, eds., Oriental and Biblical Studies; Collected Writings of E. A. Speiser, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1967. [Collections of Essays] [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Finkelstein, Louis, "An Eye for an Eye," Menorah Journal 24 (1936), 207–218. [Talion]
  • Finkelstein, Louis, "Jewish Self-Government in the Middle Ages," New York Jewish Theological Seminary 13 (1924), 390–. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Finkelstein, Louis, "The Core of the Sifra: A Temple Textbook for Priests," Jewish Quarterly Review 80 (1989), 15–34. [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Finney, Paul Corby, "The Rabbi and the Coin Portrait (Mark 12:15b, 16): Rigorism Manqué," Journal of Biblical Literature 112 (1993), 629–644. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Finsterbusch, Karin, "Christologie als Blasphemie: Das Hauptthema der Stephanusperikope in lukanischer Perspektive," Biblische Notizen 92 (1998), 38–54. [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Finsterbusch, Karin, "Das gesetzesparänetische Schema im Deuteronomium: Überlegungen zu Definition und Funktion im Anschluss an N. Lohfink," Biblische Notizen 103 (2000), 53–63. [Biblical Law] [Legal Education]
  • Fiorito, M.A., "Alianza Biblica y Regla Religiosa," Stromata 21 (1965), 291–324. [Covenant]
  • Firmage, Edwin B., "The Biblical Dietary Laws and the Concept of Holiness," in John A. Emerton, ed., Studies in the Pentateuch, 177–208, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1990. [Dietary Law]
  • Firmage, Edwin B., Bernard G. Weiss, and John W. Welch, Religion and Law: Biblical-Judaic and Islamic Perspectives, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1990. [Collections of Essays] [Law and Religion]
  • Fishbane, Michael, "Accusations of Adultery: A Study of Law and Scribal Practice in Numbers 5:11–31," Hebrew Union College Annual 45 (1974), 25–45. [Sexual Offences]
  • Fishbane, Michael, "Biblical Colophons, Textual Criticism, and Legal Analogies," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 42, no. 4 (1980), 438–449. [Literary Form]
  • Fishbane, Michael, Biblical Interpretation in Ancient Israel, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1985. [Interpretation]
  • Fishbane, Michael, "Revelation and Tradition: Aspect of Inner Biblical Exegesis," Journal of Biblical Literature 99 (1980), 343–361. [Biblical Law] [Revelation]
  • Fishbane, Michael, "The Treaty Background of Amos 1:11 and Related Matters," Journal of Biblical Literature 89, no. 3 (1970), 313–318. [Covenant]
  • Fisher, Eugene J., "Lex Talionis in the Bible and Rabbinic Tradition (Reply to Encyclical of Pope John Paul II, Dives in Misericordia)," Journal of Ecumenical Studies 19 (Summer 1982), 582–587. [Talion]
  • Fisher, Jonathan, "Entrapment in Jewish Law," in Hillel Gamoran, ed., Jewish Law Association Studies 12, The Zutphen Conference Volume, 51–69, Binghamton, N.Y.: Global Publications, State University of New York at Binghamton, 2002. [Criminal Law]
  • Fisher, Jonathan, "Prohibitions against Fraudulent Conduct in Jewish Law," in H.G. Sprecher, ed., Jewish Law Association Studies 10: The Jerusalem 1998 Conference Volume, 37–45, Binghamton, N.Y.: Global Publications, State University of New York at Binghamton, 2000. [Criminal Law] [Illegality]
  • Fisher, Loren R., "Abraham and His Priest-King," Journal of Biblical Literature 81 (1962), 264–270. [Kingship]
  • Fisher, Loren R., "Amarna Age Prodigal, Genesis 25:5," Journal of Semitic Studies 3 (1958), 113–122. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Fisher, Loren R., "An Ugaritic Ritual and Genesis I:1–5," Ugaritica 6 (1969), 197–205. [Comparative Studies—Ugarit]
  • Fitzmyer, Joseph A., "A Re-study of an Elephantine Aramaic Marriage Contract," in Near Eastern Studies in Honor of William. F. Albright, 137–168, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University, 1971. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic] [Contract] [Marriage]
  • Fitzmyer, Joseph A., "Divorce among First-Century Palestinean Jews," Eretz-Israel 14 (1978), 103–110. [Divorce]
  • Fitzmyer, Joseph A., "Paul and the Law," in To Advance the Gospel : New Testament Studies, 186–201, New York: Crossroad, 1981. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Fitzmyer, Joseph A., "The Aramaic Inscriptions of Sefire I and II," Journal of the American Oriental Society 81 (1961), 178–222. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic]
  • Fitzmyer, Joseph A., "The Aramaic Letter of King Adon to the Egyptian Pharaoh," Biblica 46 (1965), 41–55. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic]
  • Fitzmyer, Joseph A., "The Aramaic Suzerainty Treaty from Sefire in the Museum of Beirut," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 20 (1958), 444–476. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic]
  • Fitzmyer, Joseph A., "The Matthean Divorce Texts and Some New Palestinian Evidence," Theological Studies 37 (June 1976), 197–226. [Divorce] [Husband and Wife] [New Testament—Divorce] [Sources of Law]
  • Fitzmyer, Joseph A., "The So-Called Aramaic Divorce Text from Wadi Seiyal" (in Hebrew), in Baruch A. Levine and others, eds., Eretz-Israel: Archaeological, Historical, and Geographical Studies 26: Frank Moore Cross Volume, 16–22, Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1999. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic] [Divorce] [Sources of Law]
  • FitzPatrick, Michael, "From Ritual Observance to Ethics: The Argument of Mark 7:1–23," Australian Biblical Review 35 (1987), 22–27. [New Testament]
  • Fitzpatrick-McKinley, Anne, The Transformation of Torah from Scribal Advice to Law, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1999. [Codification] [History of Biblical Law] [Interpretation]
  • Flanagan, James W., "Genealogy and Dynasty in the Early Monarchy of Israel and Judah," in Proceedings of the Eighth World Congress of Jewish Studies, Division A, 23–28, Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies, 1982. [Public Law]
  • Flectcher, Verne H., "Shape of Old Testament Ethics," Scottish Journal of Theology 24 (Fall 1971), 47–53. [Theory of Law]
  • Fleishman, Joseph, "A Father’s versus a Husband’s Authority to Annul a Vow (Numbers 30:4–17)," in Hillel Gamoran, ed., Jewish Law Association Studies 12, The Zutphen Conference Volume, 71–78, Binghamton, N.Y.: Global Publications, State University of New York at Binghamton, 2002. [Husband and Wife] [Parent and Child]
  • Fleishman, Joseph, "Does the Law of Exodus 21:7–11 Permit a Father to Sell His Daughter to Be a Slave?" Jewish Law Annual 13 (2000), 47–64. [Parent and Child] [Sale] [Slavery]
  • Fleishman, Joseph, "Exodus 22:15–16 and Deuteronomy 22:28–29—Seduction and Rape? Or Elopement and Abduction Marriage?" Jewish Law Association Studies 14: Jerusalem 2002 Conference Volume, 59–73, Binghampton, N.Y.: Global Academic Publishing, 2004. [Marriage] [Sexual Offences]
  • Fleishman, Joseph, Legal Aspects of Parent-Child Relationships in the Bible and the Ancient Near East (in Hebrew), Ramat-Gan: Bar-Ilan University, 1981. [Parent and Child]
  • Fleishman, Joseph, "Legal Continuation and Reform in Codex Hammurabi Paragraphs 168–169," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 5 (1999), 54–65. [Sources of Law]
  • Fleishmann, Joseph, "Offences against Parents Punishable by Death: Towards a Socio-Legal Interpretation of Exodus 21:15, 17," Jewish Law Annual 10 (1992), 7–37. [Parent and Child] [Penalities]
  • Fleishman, Joseph, "On the Legal Relationship between a Father and His Natural Child," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 6 (2000), 68–81. [Obligations] [Parent and Child]
  • Fleishman, Joseph, "The Age of Legal Maturity in Biblical Law," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society of Columbia University 21 (1992), 35–48. [Status]
  • Fleishman, Joseph, "The Expulsion of Ishmael" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 157 (1999), 146–162. [Ban]
  • Fleishman, Joseph, "The Legality of the Expulsion of Jephthah (Judges 11:1–11)," Diné Israel 18 (1995–1996), 61–80. [Ban]
  • Fleming, Thomas V., "Christ and Divorce," Theology Studies 24 (1963), 106–120. [New Testament—Divorce]
  • Flesseman Van Leer, Ellen, "Old Testament Ethics," Student World 57, no. 3 (1964), 218–227. [Theory of Law]
  • Fluegal, Maurice, Exodus, Moses, and the Decalogue Legislation: The Central Doctrine and Regulative Organum of Mosaism, Baltimore: M. Fluegal, 1910. [Decalogue]
  • Fluegal, Maurice, Spirit of the Biblical Legislation: in Parallel with the Talmud, Moralists, Casuists, New Testament, Ancient and Modern Law, Baltimore: Press of the Sun Book and Job Print Office, 1893. [Biblical Law]
  • Fluegal, Maurice, The Humanity, Benevolence, and Charity Legislation of the Pentateuch and the Talmud, Baltimore: H. Fluegal, 1908. [Social Protection]
  • Flusser, David, "‘Do Not Commit Adultery,’ ‘Do Not Murder,’" Textus 4 (1964), 220–224. [Decalogue]
  • Flusser, David, "Es wurde zu den Alten gesagt," in Martin Majer, Entdeckungen im Neuen Testament. Band 2. Jesus—Qumran—Urchristentum, 83–88, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1999. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law] [Qumran]
  • Flusser, David, "Jesus, His Ancestry, and the Commandment of Love," in James H. Charlesworth, ed., Jesus’ Jewishness: Exploring the Place of Jesus in Early Judaism, 153–176, New York: Crossroad, 1991. [New Testament]
  • Flusser, David, ". . . To Bury Caiaphas, Not to Praise Him," Jerusalem Perspective, Jerusalem 4, no. 4–5 (1991), 23–28. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Flusser, David, and S. Safrai, "Das Aposteldekret und die Noachitischen Gebote," in Festschrift H. Kremers, 173–192, Neukirchen, 1986. [New Testament]
  • Focant, Camille, ed., La Loi dans l’un et l’autre Testament, Paris: Cerf, 1997. [Biblical Law]
  • Fohrer, Georg, "Altes Testament: Amphiktyonie und Bund," Theologische Literaturzeitung 91 (1966), 801–816, 893–904. [Covenant]
  • Fohrer, Georg, "‘Amphiktyonie’ oder ‘Bund,’" Beiheft zur Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 115 (1969), 84–119. [Covenant]
  • Fohrer, Georg, "Das sogenannte apodiktisch formulierte Recht und der Dekalog," Kerygma und Dogma 11, no. 1 (1965), 49–74; reprinted in Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 115 (1969), 120–184. [Decalogue]
  • Fohrer, Georg, "Der Vertrag zwischen König und Volk in Israel," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 71 (1959) 1–22; reprinted in Beiheft zur Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 115 (1969), 330–350. [Kingship]
  • Fohrer, Georg, Introduction to the Old Testament, trans. D.E. Green, London: SPCK, 1968. [Commentaries]
  • Fohrer, Georg, "Priesterliches Königtum, Exodus 19:6," Theologische Zeitschrift 19 (1963), 359–362; reprinted in Beiheft zur Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 115 (1969), 149–153. [Kingship]
  • Fontala, C. Alonso, "La esclavitud a travès de la Biblia," Estudios Biblicos 43 (1985), 89–124. [Slavery]
  • Ford, J. Massyngberde, "Divorce Bill of the Lamb and the Scroll of the Suspected Adultress; a Note on Apoc 5:1 and 10:8–11," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Period 2 (December 1971), 136–143. [Divorce]
  • Ford, J. Massyngberde, "Levirate Marriage in St. Paul (I Corinthians 7)," New Testament Studies 10 (1964), 361–365. [Levirate] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Ford, J. Massyngberde, "Mary’s Virginitas Post-partum and Jewish Law," Biblica 54 (1973), 269–272. [Women]
  • Ford, J. Massyngberde, "Money ‘Bags’ in the Temple, Mark. 11:16," Biblica 57 (1976), 249–253. [New Testament]
  • Ford, J. Massyngberde, "The Pact of the Peaces Genesis 15," Continuum 6 (1968), 205–213. [Covenant]
  • Ford, Lewis S., "The Divine Curse Understood in Terms of Persuasion," Semeia 24 (1982), 81–87. [Curses]
  • Forde, Gerhard O., The Law-Gospel Debate: An Interpretation of Its Historical Development, Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House, 1969. [Law and Religion]
  • Foreman, Dale, Crucify Him: A Lawyer Looks at the Trial of Jesus, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan, 1990. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Forster, G., Das mosaische Recht in seiner geschichtlicher Entwicklung, Leipzig, 1901. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Foster, Benjamin R., "Notes on Sargonic Legal and Juridical Procedures," Welt des Orients 13 (1982), 15–24. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Fox, Everett, "Stalking the Younger Brother: Some Models for Understanding a Biblical Motif," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 60 (1993), 45–68. [Succession]
  • Fraade, Steven D., "Looking for Legal Midrash at Qumran," in Michael E. Stone and Esther Glickler Chazon, eds., Biblical Perspectives: Early Use and Interpretation of the Bible in Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls: Proceedings of the First International Symposium of the Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature, 12–14 May 1996, 59–79, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1998. [Qumran]
  • Fraade, Steven D., "Shifting from Priestly to Non-Priestly Legal Authority: A Comparison of the Damascus Document and the Midrash Sifra," Dead Sea Discoveries 6, no. 2 (1999), 109–125. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Jurisdiction] [Sources of Law]
  • Frame, Grant, "A Siege Document from Babylon Dating to 649 B.C.," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 51 (1999), 101–106. [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Frame, John M., review of R.J. Rushdoony, Institutes of Biblical Law, Westminster Theological Journal 38 (Winter 1976), 195–217. [Biblical Law]
  • Franke, Sabina, "Magische Praktiken im Codex Hammurapi," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 6 (2000), 1–15. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Law and Religion]
  • Frankel, S., Grundlinien des mosaisch-talmudischen Eherechts, Breslau: Jahresbericht des J.T. Seminars, 1860. [Marriage]
  • Frankena, R., "The Vassal-Treaties of Esarhaddon and the Dating of Deuteronomy," in Pieter Arie Hendrik De Boer, ed., 25: 1940–1965 Oudtestamentlich Werkgezelschap in Nederland, 122–154, Leiden: E.J. Brill 1965. [Covenant]
  • Fransen, Irenee, "L’alliance du Sinai," Bible et Vie Cretienne 26 (1959), 19–28. [Covenant]
  • Fredriksen, Paula, "Judaism, the Circumcision of Gentiles, and Apocalyptic Hope: Another Look at Galatians 1 and 2," Journal of Theological Studies 42 (1991), 532–564. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Free, J.P., "Archaeology and Neo-Orthodoxy. The Late Date of Mosaic Law," Bibliotheca Sacra 114 (1957), 213–224. [Archaeology]
  • Freed, Edwin D., The Apostle Paul, Christian Jew: Faithfulness and the Law, Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 1994. [New Testament]
  • Freedman, Benjamin, "Leviticus and DNA: A Very Old Look at a Very New Problem," Journal of Religious Ethics 8 (1980), 105–113. [Medico-Legal Issues]
  • Freedman, David Noel, "A New Approach to the Nuzi Sistership Contract," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society of Columbia University 2, no. 2 (1970), 77–85. [Comparative Studies—Nuzi] [Contract]
  • Freedman, David Noel, "Divine Commitment and Human Obligation: The Covenant Theme," Interpretation 18 (1964), 419–431. [Covenant]
  • Freedman, David Noel, "Is Justice Blind? Isaiah 11:3," Biblica 52 (1971), 536. [Theory of Law]
  • Freedman, David Noel, "Mistress Forever, a Note on Isaiah 47:7," Biblica 51 (1970), 538–. [Marriage]
  • Freedman, David Noel, "The Formation of the Canon of the Old Testament: The Selection and Identification of the Torah as the Supreme Authority of the Postexilic Community," in Edwin B. Firmage, Bernard G. Weiss, and John W. Welch, eds., Religion and Law: Biblical-Judaic and Islamic Perspectives, 315–337, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1990. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Freedman, David Noel, "The Law and the Prophets," Vetus Testamentum Supplement 9 (1963), 250–265. [Biblical Law] [Law and the Prophets]
  • Freedman, David Noel, Jeffrey C. Geoghegan, and Michael M. Homan, The Nine Commandments: Uncovering a Hidden Pattern of Crime and Punishment in the Hebrew Bible, New York: Doubleday, 2000. [Biblical Law] [Criminal Law] [Penalities]
  • Freedman, Leslie R., "Biblical Hebrew ‘rb ‘to go surety,’ and Its Nominal Forms," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society of Columbia University 19 (1989), 25–29. [Contract] [Terminology]
  • Freedman, Leslie R., Studies in Cuneiform Legal Terminology, New York: S.N., 1977. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Terminology]
  • Freedman, Leslie R., "Studies in Cuneiform Legal Terminology with Special Reference to West Semitic Parallels," Dissertation Abstracts International 38 (1978), 6097–A. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Terminology]
  • Freehof, Solomon Bennett, "Non-Observance and Jewish Law," Judaism 32 (Winter 1983), 40–42. [Intention]
  • Frei, Peter, "Die persische Reichsautorisation: Ein Überblick," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 1 (1995), 1–35. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Frei, Peter, "Persian Imperial Authorization: A Summary," in James W. Watts, Persia and Torah: The Theory of Imperial Authorization of the Pentateuch, 5–40, Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2001 (Society of Biblical Literature Symposium Series 17). [Codification]
  • Freid, Jacob, ed., Jews and Divorce, New York: KTAV, 1968. [Divorce]
  • Freund, Lewis, "Genealogien und Familienreinheit in biblischer und talmudischer Zeit," in Schwarz Festschrift, 163–192. [Succession]
  • Frey, Christopher, "The Impact of the Biblical Idea of Justice on Present Discussions of Social Justice," in Henning Graf Reventlow and Yair Hoffman, eds., Justice and Righteousness: Biblical Themes and Their Influence, 91–104, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1992. [Social Protection]
  • Freyne, Sean, Galilee from Alexander the Great to Hadrian 323 BCE to 135 CE: A Study of Second Temple Judaism, Wilmington, Del.: Michael Glazier and University of Notre Dame Press, 1980. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Frick, Frank S., "Social Science Methods and Theories of Significance for the Study of the Israelite Monarchy: A Critical Review Essay," Semeia 37 (1986), 9–52. [Kingship]
  • Frick, Frank S., The City in Ancient Israel, Missoula, Mont.: Scholars Press, 1977. [Public Law]
  • Frick, Frank S., The Formation of the State in Ancient Israel: A Survey of Models and Theories, Sheffield: Almond, 1985. [Jewish Law in Israel] [Kingship]
  • Frick, Frank S., review of Frank Crüsemann, The Torah: Theology and Social History of Old Testament Law, Journal of Law and Religion 17, nos. 1–2 (2002), 357–359. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Fried, Lisbeth S., "‘You Shall Appoint Judges’: Ezra’s Mission and the Rescript of Artaxerxes," in James W. Watts, Persia and Torah: The Theory of Imperial Authorization of the Pentateuch, 63–89, Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2001 (Society of Biblical Literature Symposium Series 17). [Legal Profession]
  • Fried, Morton H., On Concepts of Tribe and Tribal Society, New York: New York Academy of Science, 1965. [Biblical Law]
  • Fried, Morton H., "The Myth of Tribe," Natural History 84 (1975), 13–. [Biblical Law]
  • Friedberg, T., Zur Geschichte der Eheschliessung, Tübingen, 1868. [Marriage]
  • Friedl, Corinna, Polygynie in Mesopotamien und Israel: Sozialgeschichtliche Analyse polygamer Beziehungen anhand rechtlicher Texte aus dem 2. und 1. Jahrtausend v.Chr ., Münster: Ugarit-Verlag, 2000. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Marriage]
  • Friedman, Mordechai A., "Annulling the Bride’s Vows: A Palestinian Ketubba Clause," Jewish Quarterly Review 61 (1971), 222–233. [Divorce]
  • Friedman, Richard E., "Deception for Deception," Bible Review 2, no. 1 (1986), 22–31, 68. [Talion]
  • Friedman, Richard E., The Exile and Biblical Narrative: The Formation of the Deuteronomic and Priestly Works, 1981 (Harvard Semitic Monographs 22). [History of Biblical Law]
  • Friedman, S., "The Case of the Woman with Two Husbands in Talmudic and Ancient Near Eastern Law," Israel Law Review 15 (1980), 530–558. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Marriage]
  • Friedmann, Daniel, "Independent Development of Israeli Law," Israel Law Review 10 (1975), 515–568. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Friedmann, Daniel, To Kill and Take Possession: Law, Morality, and Society in Biblical Stories, Peabody, Mass., Hendrickson, 2002. [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Marriage] [Property]
  • Friedrich, Nestor Paulo, "Adapt or Resist? A Socio-Political Reading of Revelation 2.18–29," trans. Leslie Milton, Journal for the Study of the New Testament 25 (December 2002), 185–211. [New Testament]
  • Friend, James A., "Do Not Testify according to the Majority" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 26 (1981), 129–136. [Courts]
  • Fritzsche, H.G., "Die Anfänge christlicher Ethik im Dekalog," Theologische Literaturzeitung 98 (March 1973), 162–170. [Decalogue]
  • Frolov, Serge, ‘"Kings Law’ of the Temple Scroll: Mishnaic Aspects," Journal of Jewish Studies 50 (1999), 298–307. [Kingship] [Sources of Law]
  • Frolov, Serge, and Vladimir Orel, "David in Jerusalem," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 111 (1999), 609–615. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Frumkin Gad, "Hamishpat hanoneg be Erets Yisrael bazeman hazzeh (The Present Law of Palestine)," Hamishpat Haivri 1 (1926), 137–144. [Jewish Law in Israel]
  • Frymer-Kensky, Tikva Simone, "Isarel," in Raymond Westbrook, ed., A History of Ancient Near Eastern Law, 2:975–1046, Leiden: Brill, 2003. [Biblical Law] [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Courts]
  • Frymer-Kensky, Tikva Simone, "Law and Philosophy: The Case of Sex in the Bible," in Dale Patrick, ed., Thinking Biblical Law, 89–102, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1989 (Semeia 45). [Divine Justice] [Sexual Offences]
  • Frymer-Kensky, Tikva Simone, "Patriarchal Family Relationships and Near Eastern Law (Bibliography)," Biblical Archaeologist 44 (Fall 1981), 209–214. [Bibliography] [Parent and Child]
  • Frymer-Kensky, Tikva, "Secured Loans in the Bible," in Raymond Westbrook and Richard Jasnow, eds., Security for Debt in Ancient Near Eastern Law, 1–7, Baltimore: Department of Near Eastern Studies, Johns Hopkins University, 1999. [Debt]
  • Frymer-Kensky, Tikva Simone, The Judicial Ordeal in the Ancient Near East, 2 vols., New Haven, Conn.: Ph.D. dissertation, Yale University, 1977. [Courts] [Evidence]
  • Frymer-Kensky, Tikva, "The Strange Case of the Suspected Sotah (Numbers 5:11–31)," Vetus Testamentum 34 (January 1984), 11–26. [Sexual Offences]
  • Frymer-Kensky, Tikva, "The Trial before God of an Accused Adultress," Bible Review 2 (1986), 46–49. [Sexual Offences]
  • Frymer-Kensky, Tikva Simone, "Tit for Tat: The Principle of Equal Retribution in Near Eastern and Biblical Law," Biblical Archaeologist 43, no. 4 (1980), 230–234. [Talion]
  • Frymer-Kensky, Tikva Simone, "Virginity in the Bible," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1995; in Victor H. Matthews, Bernard M. Levinson, and Tikva Simone Frymer-Kensky, eds., Gender and Law in the Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East, 79–96, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1998 (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series 262). [Women]
  • Fuchs, A., review of A.K. Grayson, Assyrian Rulers of the Early First Millennium B.C., Bibliotheca Orientalis 55 (January-April 1998), 189–192. [Comparative Studies—Assyrian] [Women]
  • Fuchs, Ernst, "Gesetz, Vernunft und Geschichte: Antwort an Erwin Reisner," Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche 51 (1954), 251–270. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Fuller, Daniel P., Gospel and Law, Contrast or Continuum? The Hermeneutics of Dispensationalism and Covenant Theology, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 1980. [Law and Religion]
  • Fuller, Daniel P., "Paul and the Works of the Law (Galatians 2–3)," Western Theological Journal 38 (Fall 1975), 28–42. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Fuller, J. William, "Of Elders and Triads in 1 Timothy 5:19–25," New Testament Studies 29 (1983), 258–263. [New Testament]
  • Fuller, Reginald H., "The Decalogue in the New Testament," Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology 43 (1989), 243–255. [Decalogue] [New Testament]
  • Funk, Salomon, "Die Gerichtshofe in Nachexil: Judentum," Monatsschrift für die Geschichte und Wissenschaft des Judentums (1911), 33–42, 699–712. [Courts]
  • Furst, Julius, Das peinliche Rechtsverfahren im jüdischen Alterthume, 1890. [History of Jewish Law]


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  • Gabel, John B., and Charles B. Wheeler, "The Redactor’s Hand in the Blasphemy Pericope of Leviticus 24," Vetus Testamentum 30 (1980), 227–229. [Penal Law]
  • Gabriel, J., "Die Todesstrafe im Lichte des Altes Testament," Theologische Fragen der Gegenwart . . . Innitzer (1952), 69–79. [Penalities]
  • Gabris, K., "Zur Kraft der Verheissungen; zum Galatians 3:15–22," Communio Viatorum 11, no. 4 (1968), 251–264. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Gaffney, Edward McGlynn, Jr., "Biblical Law and the First Year Curriculum of American Legal Education," Journal of Law and Religion 4, no. 1 (1986), 63–95. [Influence of Jewish Law]
  • Gaffney, Edward McGlynn, Jr., "Of Covenants Ancient and New: The Influence of Secular Law on Biblical Religion," Journal of Law and Religion 2, no. 1 (1984), 117–144. [Covenant] [Law and Religion]
  • Gaffney, Edward McGlynn, Jr., "Scripture Does Not Advocate Capital Punishment," Christian Legal Society Quarterly, 12 (1991), 9. [Penalities]
  • Gagarin, M., "Le Code de Platon et le Droit Grec," in E. Levy, ed., La Codification des lois dans lantiquité. Actes du colloque de Strasbourg 27–29 Novembre 1997, 215–227, Paris: de Boccard, 2000. [Comparative Studies—Greek]
  • Gager, John G., "Jews, Gentiles, and Synagogues in the Book of Acts," in George W.E. Nickelsburg, and George W. MacRae, eds., Christians among Jews and Gentiles: Essays in Honor of Krister Stendahl on His 65th Birthday, Philadelphia: Fortress Press, (1986), 91–99. [Conversion] [New Testament]
  • Galán, José M., "The Sed-Festival and the Exemption from Corvée," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 59, no. 4 (2000), 255–264. [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Law of War]
  • Galer, Roger Sherman, Old Testament Law for Bible Students: Classified and Arranged as in Modern Legal Systems, New York: Macmillan, 1922. [Arrangement and Classification] [Biblical Law]
  • Gallichan, Walter M., Women under Polygamy, New York: Dodd Mead and Co., 1915. [Women]
  • Galling, Kurt, "Das Gemeindegesetz im Deuteronomium 23," in Fest Bertholet, 176–191, 1950. [Biblical Law]
  • Galling, Kurt, "Die Ausrufung des Namens als Rechtsakt in Israel," Theologische Literaturzeitung 81 (1956), 65–70. [Procedure]
  • Galpaz-Feller, Pnina, "The Stela of King Piye: A Brief Consideration of ‘Clean’ and ‘Unclean’ in Ancient Egypt and the Bible," Revue Biblique 102 (1995), 506–521. [Comparative Studies—Egyptian]
  • Galpaz-Feller, Pnina, "The Victory Stela of King Piye: The Biblical Perspective on War and Peace," Revue Biblique 100 (1993), 399–414. [Law of War]
  • Galston, Miriam, "The Purpose of the Law according to Maimonides," Jewish Quarterly Review 69 (1978), 27–51. [Theory of Law]
  • Gamberoni, Johann, "Das Elterngebot im Alten Testament," Biblische Zeitschrift 8 (1964), 161–190. [Parent and Child]
  • Gamoran, Hillel, "Talmudic Controls on the Purchase of Futures," Jewish Quarterly Review 64 (1973), 48–66. [Jewish Law in Israel]
  • Gamoran, Hillel, "The Biblical Law against Loans on Interest," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 30 (1971), 127–134. [Usury]
  • Gamper, Arnold, Gott als Richter in Mesopotamien und im Alten Testament: Zum Verstandnis Einer Gebetsbitte, Innsbruck: Universitätsverlag Wagner, 1966. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Gangel, Kenneth O., "Toward a Biblical Theology of Marriage and Family Part One: Pentateuch and Historical Books," Journal of Psychology & Theology 5, no. 1 (1977), 55–69. [Marriage] [Parent and Child]
  • Gans, Eduard, "Grundzüge des mosaisch-talmudischen Erbrechts," Zunz’s Zeitschrift, 419–459. [Succession]
  • Ganzfried, Solomon, Code of Jewish Law (Kitzur Shulhan Aruh), New York: Star Hebrew Book Co., 1928, 1963. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Garcia López, Felix, "Le Roi D’Israel; Dtn 17, 14–20," in Norbert Lohfink, ed., Das Deuteronomium: Entstehung, Gestalt und Botschaft, 277–297, Leuven: Uitgeverij Peeters, 1985. [Kingship]
  • Garcia-Treto, Francisco O., "Genesis 31:44 und ‘Gilead,’" Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 79 (1967), 13–17. [Covenant]
  • Gard, Donald H., "Power for Life: The Rise of Organized Law in Mesopotamia and Its Bearing upon the Mosaic Book of the Covenant," Interpretation 11 (January 1957), 41–47. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Gardiner, Alan H., "Adoption Extraordinary," Journal of Egyptian Archeology 26 (1940), 23–29. [Adoption]
  • Gardner, E. Clinton, "Justice, Virtue, and Law," Journal of Law and Religion 2, no. 2 (1984), 393–412. [Law and Religion]
  • Garelli, Paul, "Serments en procès dans l’Assyrie ancienne," in Zikir Shumim, Festschrift F. R. Kraus, 56–66, Leiden: Brill, 1982. [Comparative Studies—Assyrian]
  • Garland, David D., The Prophets and Property Rights, Louisville: dissertation, 1955. [Law and the Prophets] [Property]
  • Garland, David E., "Matthew’s Understanding of the Temple Tax (Matt. 17:24–27)," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 26 (1987), 190–209. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Garsiel, Moshe, "The Controversy between Samuel and the People on Establishing a King in Israel" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 26 (1981), 325–343. [Kingship] [Law and the Prophets]
  • Gaster, Theodor Herzl, "Qumran Reading of Deuteronomy 33:10," Vetus Testamentum 8 (1958), 217–219. [Qumran]
  • Gaston, Lloyd, Paul and the Torah, Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1987. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Gaudemet, Jean, "Familienrecht," Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum (1967), 286–358. [Marriage]
  • Gayer, Roland, Die Stellung des Sklaven in den paulinischen Gemeinden und bei Paulus, Zürich: dissertation, University of Zürich, 1976. [Slavery]
  • Geertz, Clifford, The Interpretation of Cultures: Selected Essays, New York: Basic Books, 1973. [Collective Responsibility] [Interpretation]
  • Gehman, Henry S., "Natural Law and the Old Testament," in Jacob M. Myers, O. Reimhers, and H.N. Bream, eds., Biblical Studies in Memory of H.C. Alleman, 109–122, Locust Valley, NY: Augustin, 1960. [Theory of Law]
  • Gehman, Henry S., "The Oath in the Old Testament: Its Vocabulary, Idiom, and Syntax; Its Semantics and Theology in the Masoretic Text and the Septuagint," in James I. Cook, ed., Grace upon Grace: Essays in Honor of Lester J. Kuyper, 51–63, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 1975. [Oath] [Terminology]
  • Geis, Robert R., "Bund und Erwählung im Judentum," Saeculum 9 (1958). [Covenant]
  • Gelb, Ignace J., and Edmond Sollberger, "The First Legal Document from the Later Old Assyrian Period," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 16 (July 1957), 163–175. [Comparative Studies—Assyrian]
  • Gelb, Ignance J., "Prisoners of War in Early Mesopotamia," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 32 (1973), 70–98. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Law of War] [Slavery]
  • Gelb, Ignance J., "The Vassal-Treaties of Esarhaddon," Bibliotheca Orientalis 19 (1962), 159–162. [Covenant]
  • Gelin, Albert, "La morale d’Israel," L’Ame du Clerge 68 (1958), 65–69. [Theory of Law]
  • Geller, Markham J., "Surpu Incantations and Leviticus 5:1–5," Journal of Semitic Studies 25 (1980), 181–192. [Penalities]
  • Gemser, Berend, "The Importance of the Motive Clause in Old Testament Law," Vetus Testamentum Supplement 1 (1953), 50–66; reprinted in A. Van Selms and A.S. Van Der Woude, eds., Adhuc Loquitur, 96–115, Leiden: Brill, 1968. [Literary Form]
  • Gemser, Berend, "The ‘rib-’ or Controversy Pattern in Hebrew Mentality," Vetus Testamentum Supplement 3 (1955), 120–137. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Gensichen, Hans Werner, "Krieg und Friede in den Weltreligionen," Zeitschrift für Religions und Geistesgeschichte 36, no. 1 (1984), 6–20. [Law of War]
  • George, Henry, Moses: A Lecture, New York: Sterling Publishing Co., 1897. [Biblical Law]
  • Gerhardsson, Birger, "Lag och lagar i bibeln," Svensk Teologisk Kvartalskrift 41, no. 4 (1965), 193–218. [Biblical Law]
  • Gershfield, Edward M., Studies in Jewish Jurisprudence, New York: Hermon Press, 1971. [Theory of Law]
  • Gershfield, Edward M., "Questio Quid Iuris?—Some Thoughts on Jewish Law," Harvard Theological Review 61 (1968), 60–67. [Theory of Law]
  • Gershon, Brin, "The Formulae ‘From . . . and Onward/Upward,’" Journal of Biblical Literature 99 (1980), 161–171. [Literary Form]
  • Gerstein, Robert, "Compensating for Injuries to Persons," S’Vara 2 (1991), 56–60. [Talion] [Torts]
  • Gerstenberger, Erhard, "Covenant and Commandment," Journal of Biblical Literature 84 (1965), 38–51. [Covenant]
  • Gerstenberger, Erhard, "Apodictic Law? Casuistic Law? Sacred Law? The Quest for Everlasting Norms and the Inadequacy of Legal Terminology in Biblical Studies," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1999. [Interpretation] [Terminology]
  • Gerstenberger, Erhard, Wesen und Herkunft des "Apodiktischen Rechts," Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener 77 Verlag, 1965. [New Testament]
  • Gertz, Jan Christian, Die Gerichtsorganisation Israels im deuteronomischen Gesetz, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 1994. [Courts]
  • Gertz, J.C. review of F. Ahuis, Exodus 11,1–13,16 und die Bedeutung der Trägergruppen für das Verständnis des Passa, Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 2 (1996), 183–188. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Gese, Hartmut, "Bemerkungen zur Sinaitradition," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 79 (1967), 137–154. [Biblical Law]
  • Gese, Hartmut, "Beobachtungen zum Stil alttestamentlicher Rechtssätze," Theologische Literaturzeitung 85 (1960), 147–150. [Literary Form]
  • Gese, Hartmut, "Der Davidsbund und die Zionserwählung," Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche 61 (1964), 10–26. [Covenant]
  • Gese, Hartmut, "Der Dekalog als Ganzheit betrachtet," Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche 64 (1967), 121–138. [Decalogue]
  • Gese, Hartmut, "The Structure of the Decalogue," in Proceedings of the Fourth World Congress of Jewish Studies, 1:155–159, Jerusalem, 1967. [Decalogue] [Literary Form]
  • Gevirtz, Stanley, "On Hebrew sebet = ‘Judge,’" in Gary A. Rendsburg and others, eds., The Bible World: Essays in Honor of Cyrus H. Gordon, 61–66, New York: Ktav, 1980 (Cyrus H. Gordon Festschrift). [Terminology]
  • Gevirtz, Stanley, "West-Semitic Curses and the Problem of the Origins of the Hebrew Law," Vetus Testamentum 11 (1961), 137–158. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Curses] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Geyer, John B., "Ezekiel 18 and a Hittite Treaty of Mursilis II (1334–1306 B.C.)," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 12 (1979), 31–46. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Covenant]
  • Ghoos, J., "Fundamentale opdrachten en geboden," Collectanea Mechliniensia 49 (1964), 521–543.
  • Giesen, Georg, Die Wurzel "Sb" "schwören": Eine semasiologische Studie zum Eid im Alten Testament, Bonn: Peter Hanstein, 1981. [Oath]
  • Gignac, Alain, "Le Christ, TELOS de la Loi (Romans 10:4), Une Lecture en Termes de Continuité et de Discontinuité, Dans le Cadre du Paradigme Paulinien de L’election," Science et Esprit 46 (1994), 55–81. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Gilbert, M., "La loi du talion," Christus 31 (1984), 73–82. [Talion]
  • Giles, Kevin, "The Biblical Argument for Slavery: Can the Bible Mislead? A Case Study in Hermeneutics," Evangelical Quarterly 66 (1994), 3–17. [Slavery]
  • Gilmer, Harry W., The If-You Form in Israelite Law, Missoula, Mont.: Scholars Press, 1975 (Society of Biblical Literature Dissertation Series). [Form Criticism]
  • Ginossar, S., "Israel Law: Components and Trends," Israel Law Review 1 (1966), 380–395. [Jewish Law in Israel]
  • Ginsberg, Harold L., "A Further Note on the Aramaic Contract Published by Bauer and Meissner," Journal of the American Oriental Society (1939), 105. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic] [Contract]
  • Ginsberg, Harold L., "On the Reading of the Burial Inscription in Kidron Valley" (in Hebrew), Tarbiz 7 (1935–1936), 223–226. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic]
  • Ginsberg, Harold L., "The Brooklyn Museum Aramaic Papyri," Journal of the American Oriental Society 74 (1954), 153–162. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic]
  • Gitlin, Emmanuel M., "The Tithes in Deuteronomy," Religion in Life 32 (1963), 574–585. [Biblical Law]
  • Givati, M., "Remission of Debts: Theory and Practice" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 25 (1980), 172–180. [Debt]
  • Gladson, Jerry A., "Jeremiah 17:19–27: A Rewriting of the Sinaitic Code?" Catholic Biblical Quarterly 62, no. 1 (2000), 33–40. [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Law and the Prophets]
  • Glancy, Jennifer A., "Obstacles to Slaves’ Participation in the Corinthian Church," Journal of Biblical Literature 117 (Fall 1998), 481–501. [New Testament] [Slavery]
  • Glancy, Jennifer A., "The Accused: Susanna and Her Readers," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 58 (1993), 103–116; reprinted in Athalya Brenner, ed., A Feminist Companion to Esther, Judith and Susanna, 288–302, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995. [Interpretation]
  • Glancy, Jennifer A., "The Mistress-Slave Dialectic: Paradoxes of Slavery in Three LXX Narratives," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 72 (1996), 71–87. [Sexual Offences] [Slavery]
  • Glass, Zipporah G., "Land, Slave Labor, and Law: Engaging Ancient Israel’s Economy," Journal of the Study of the Old Testament 91 (2000), 27–39. [Commercial] [Debt] [Labor Law] [Property] [Slavery]
  • Glasson, Thomas Francis, "Reply to Caiaphas (Mark 14:62)," New Testament Studies 7 (1960), 88–93. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Glatt-Gilad, David A., "The Deuteronomistic Critique of Solómon: A Response to Marvin A. Sweeney," Journal of Biblical Literature 116 (Winter 1997), 700–703. [Kingship]
  • Glazier-McDonald, Beth, "Intermarriage, Divorce, and the Bat-’el Nekar: Insights into Mal. 2:10–16," Journal of Biblical Literature 106 (1987), 603–611. [Divorce] [Marriage]
  • Gluckman, Max, Politics, Law and Ritual in Tribal Society, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1965. [Ritual Law] [Theory of Law]
  • Glueck, Nelson, "Das Wort Lesen im Alttestamentlichen Sprachegebrauche," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft, 1927. [Biblical Law]
  • Gnuse, Robert, "Jubilee Legislation in Leviticus: Israel’s Vision of Social Reform (Leviticus 25:1–55; Leviticus 27:16–24)," Biblical Theology Bulletin 15 (April 1985), 43–48. [Social Protection]
  • Gnuse, Robert, You Shall Not Steal: Community and Property in the Biblical Tradition, Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis, 1985. [Property] [Theft]
  • Göden, R., Zur Stellung von Mann und Frau: Ehe und Sexualität im Hinblick auf Bibel und Alte Kirche, Göttingen: dissertation, 1969. [Marriage]
  • Gödicke, Hans, "Juridical Expressions of the Old Kingdom," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 15 (January 1956), 27–32. [Comparative Studies—Egyptian]
  • Goitein, Ed., Das Vergeltungsprincip im biblischen und talmudischen Recht, Frankfurt, 1893. [Talion]
  • Goitein, Hugh, Primitive Ordeal and Modern Law, London: G. Allen and Unwin, 1923; reprint, Littleton, Colo.: F.B. Rothman, 1980. [Evidence]
  • Golb, Norman, "The Dietary Laws of the Damascus Covenant in Relation to Those of the Karaites," Journal of Jewish Studies 8 (1957), 51–69. [Covenant] [Dietary Law]
  • Goldenberg, Robert, "The Septuagint Ban on Cursing the Gods," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian Hellenistic, and Roman Period 28, no. 4 (1997), 381–389. [Ban] [Biblical Law] [Curses] [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Goldin, Hyman E., Hebrew Criminal Law and Procedure, New York: T. Wayne Publishing, 1952. [Criminal Law] [Procedure]
  • Goldin, Hyman E., Mishnah: A Digest of the Basic Principles of the Early Jewish Jurisprudence; Baba Mezia (Middle Gate), New York: Hebrew Pub. Co, 1913. [Theory of Law]
  • Goldin, Hyman E., The Case of the Nazarene Reopened, New York: Exposition Press, 1948. [New Testament]
  • Golding, Martin P., ed., Jewish Law and Legal Theory, New York: New York University Press, 1993. [History of Jewish Law] [Influence of Jewish Law] [Theory of Law]
  • Goldman, Solomon, The Ten Commandments, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1956, 1963. [Decalogue]
  • Goldstain, Jacques, Les valeurs de la Loi: La Thora, lumière sur la route, Paris: Beauchesne, 1980. [Law and Religion]
  • Goldstein, Bernard R., and Alan Cooper, "The Festivals of Israel and Judah and the Literary History of the Pentateuch," Journal of the American Oriental Society 110 (1990), 19–31. [History of Biblical Law] [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Goldstein, Herbert Samuel, Between the Lines of the Bible, a Modern Commentary on the 613 Commandments, New York: Crown Publishing Co., 1959. [Commentaries]
  • Goldstein, Jonathan A., "The Syriac Bill of Sale from Dura-Europos," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 25 (1966), 1–16. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic] [Sale]
  • Goldstein, Mateo, Derecho hebreo a través de la Biblia y el Talmud, Buenos Aires: Editorial Atalaya, 1947. [Biblical Law]
  • Gollwitzer, Helmut, "Zu einer Einheit von Gesetz und Evangelium," in E. Wolf, ed., Antwort: Festschrift K. Barth, 287–309, Zurich: Evangelischer Verlag, 1956. [Law and Religion]
  • Gonzalez, A., "El rito de la Alianza," Gonzalez, Naturaleza, historia et revelacion (1969), 103–112. [Covenant]
  • González Nuñez, Angel G., "Fundamentación y sentido de la ley en la historia yahvista-elohista," in Antonio González Lamadrid and Angel González Nuñez, eds., La Etica Biblica: XXIX Semana Biblica Española, 23–56, Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, 1971. [Theory of Law]
  • González-Lamadrid, Antonio K., "La Ley en el marco de la Alianza," in Antonio González-Lamadrid and Angel González-Nuñez, eds., La Etica Biblica: XXIX Semana Biblica Española, 5–21, Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, 1971. [Covenant]
  • Gonzalo, Maseo D., "La legislacion mosaica y el codigo di Hammurabi," Cultura Biblica 20 (1963), 89–108. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Good, Edwin M., "Capital Punishment and Its Alternatives in Ancient Near Eastern Law," Stanford Law Review 19 (1967), 947–977. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Penalities]
  • Good, Edwin Marshall, You Shall Be My People: The Books of the Covenant and Law, Philadelphia: Westminster, 1959. [Covenant]
  • Good, Robert M., "The Just War in Ancient Israel," Journal of Biblical Literature 104 (1985), 385–400. [Law of War]
  • Goodenough, Erwin R., "Philo’s Exposition of the Law and His De Vita Mosis," Harvard Theological Review 26 (1933), 109–125. [Interpretation]
  • Goodenough, Erwin R., The Jurisprudence of the Jewish Courts in Egypt: Legal Administration by the Jews under the Early Roman Empire as Described by Philo Judaeus, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1929; reprint, Amsterdam: Philo Press, 1968; reprint, Clark, N.J.: Lawbook Exchange, 2002. [Comparative Studies—Egyptian] [Courts]
  • Goodman, Arnold M., "Rationale for ‘Matrilineal’ and the Failure of ‘Patrilineal,’" Judaism 34 (Winter 1985), 28–31. [Marriage]
  • Goodman, Lenn E., "The Biblical Laws of Diet and Sex," in B.S. Jackson, ed., The Jerusalem Conference Volume, 17–57, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1986 (Jewish Law Association Studies 2). [Dietary Law] [Ritual Law] [Sexual Offences]
  • Goodman, Martin, "The First Jewish Revolt: Social Conflict and the Problem of Debt," Journal of Jewish Studies 33, nos. 1–2 (1982), 417–427 (Yadin Festschrift). [Debt] [Social Protection]
  • Gordis, Robert, "Love, Marriage, and Business in the Book of Ruth: A Chapter in Hebrew Customary Law," in Howard Bream, ed., A Light unto My Path: Old Testament Studies in Honor of Jacob M. Myers, 241–264, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1974. [Commercial] [Marriage]
  • Gordis, Robert, "On Adultery in Biblical and Babylonian Law: A Note," Judaism 33 (Spring 1984), 210–211. [Sexual Offences]
  • Gordis, Robert, The Dynamics of Judaism: A Study in Jewish Law, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1990. [History of Jewish Law] [Influence of Jewish Law]
  • Gordis, Robert, "The Knowledge of Good and Evil in the Old Testament and the Qumran Scrolls," Journal of Biblical Literature 76 (1957), 123–138. [Biblical Law]
  • Gordon, Barr, "Lending at Interest: Some Jewish, Greek, and Christian Approaches, 800 B.C.-A.D. 100," History of Political Economy 14, no. 3 (1983), 406–426. [Comparative Studies—Greek] [Debt]
  • Gordon, Cyrus H., "A New Akkadian Parallel to Deuteronomy 25:11–12," Journal of the Palestine Oriental Society 15 (1935), 29–34. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Gordon, Cyrus H., "A Note on the Tenth Commandment," Journal of Bible and Religion 31 (1963), 208–209. [Decalogue]
  • Gordon, Cyrus H., "Abraham and the Merchants of Ur," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 17 (1958), 28–31. [Commercial]
  • Gordon, Cyrus H., "An Akkadian Parallel to Deuteronomy 21:1," Revue d’Assyriologie et d’Archeologie Orientale 33 (1936), 1–6. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Gordon, Cyrus H., "Ancient Hebrew Marriage Laws," Jewish Quarterly Review 40 (1949), 125. [Marriage]
  • Gordon, Cyrus H., "Erebu Marriage," in Martha A. Morrison and David I. Owen, eds., Studies on the Civilization and Culture of Nuzu and the Hurrians, 155–161, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1981. [Marriage]
  • Gordon, Cyrus H., "Hosea 2:4–5 in the Light of New Semitic Inscriptions," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 13 (1936), 277–280. [Archaeology]
  • Gordon, Cyrus H., "‘Lhym’ in Its Reputed Meaning of ‘Rulers’ and ‘Judges,’" Journal of Biblical Literature 54 (1935), 139–144. [Terminology]
  • Gordon, Cyrus H., "The Patriarchal Age," Journal of Bible and Religion 21 (1953), 238–243. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Gordon, Cyrus H., "The Story of Jacob and Laban in the Light of the Nuzi Tablets," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 66 (1937), 25–27. [Comparative Studies—Nuzi] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Gordon, Cyrus Herzl, "The Ten Commandments," Christianity Today 8 (1964), 3–6. [Decalogue]
  • Görg, Manfred, "‘Ausschlag’ an Häusern: zu einem problematischen Lexem in Leviticus 14:37," Biblische Notizen 14 (1981), 20–25. [Medico-Legal Issues]
  • Gorman, Frank H., Jr., "Priestly Ritual and the Ordering of Time," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1988. [Ritual Law]
  • Goshen-Gottstein, Moshe H., "Du sollst nicht stehlen," Theologische Zeitschrift 9 (September 1953), 394–395. [Decalogue]
  • Gosse, Bernard, "Subversion de la legislation du Pentateuque et symboliques respectives des lignées de David et de Saül dans les livres de Samuel et de Ruth," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 110 (1998), 34–49. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Gottlieb, Isaac B., "Law, Love, and Redemption: Legal Connotations in the Language of Exodus 6:6–8," Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Society 26 (1998), 47–57. [Divine Justice] [Literary Form]
  • Gottlieb, Isaac B., "Succession in Elephantine and Jewish Law: Brooklyn Museum Aramaic Papyrus 2," Journal of Semitic Studies 26, no. 2 (1981), 193–203. [Succession]
  • Gottwald, Norman K., The Hebrew Bible: A Socio-Literary Introduction, Philadelphia: Fortress, 1985. [Commentaries] [History of Biblical Law]
  • Gottwald, Norman K., The Tribes of Yahweh: A Sociology of the Religion of Liberated Israel, Maryknoll: Orbis, 1979. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Gottwald, Norman K., and Frank S. Frick, "The Social World of Ancient Israel," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 14 (1975), 165–178. [Biblical Law] [Social Protection]
  • Götze, Albrecht, "Mesopotamian Laws and the Historian," Journal of the American Oriental Society 69 (1949), 115–120. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Götze, Albrecht, "Old Babylonian Documents from Sippar in the Collection of the Catholic University of America," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 11 (1957), 15–42. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Götze, Albrecht, "Sin-iddinam of Larsa: New Tablets from His Reign," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 4 (1950), 83–118. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Götze, Albrecht, The Laws of Eshnunna, New Haven: American Schools of Oriental Research, 1956. [Comparative Studies—Eshnunna]
  • Gowan, Donald E., "Reflections on the Motive Clause in Old Tesament Law," in Intergerini Parietis Septum (Eph. 2:4): Essays Presented to Marcus Barth on His Sixty-fifth Birthday, 111–127, Pittsburgh: Pickwick Press, 1981. [Literary Form]
  • Gowan, Donald E., "Wealth and Poverty in the Old Testament: The Case of the Widow, the Orphan, and the Sojourner," Interpretation 41, no. 4 (1987), 341–353. [Social Protection]
  • Grabbe, Lester L. "The Law of Moses in the Ezra Tradition: More Virtual Than Real?" in James W. Watts, ed., Persia and Torah: The Theory of Imperial Authorization of the Pentateuch, 91–113, Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2001 (Society of Biblical Literature Sympo Series 17). [History of Biblical Law]
  • Grabbe, Lester L., "The Scapegoat Tradition: A Study in Early Jewish Interpretation," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Period 18 (1987), 152–167. [Interpretation] [Ritual Law]
  • Gradwohl, Roland, "Nissal und hissîl als Rechtsbegriffe im Sklavenrecht," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 111 (1999), 187–195. [Slavery]
  • Graetz, Naomi, "Miriam: Guilty or Not Guilty?" Judaism 40 (1991), 184–192. [Biblical Law] [History of Biblical Law]
  • Granild, S., "Nogel forudsätninger for Lovbogen 2 Kings 22:8," Dansk Teologisk Tidsskrift 19 (1956), 199–210. [Biblical Law]
  • Grant, Robert McQueen, "Dietary Laws among Pythagoreans, Jews, and Christians," Harvard Theological Review 73 (1980), 299–310. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Dietary Law]
  • Grant, Robert McQueen, Miracle and Natural Law in Graeco-Roman and Early Christian Thought, Amsterdam: North Holland Pub. Co., 1952. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Theory of Law]
  • Graupner, Axel, "Vom Sinai zum Horeb oder vom Horeb zum Sinai? Zur Intention der Doppelüberlieferung des Dekalogs," in Axel Graupner, Holger Delkurt, and Alexander B. Ernst, eds., Verbindungslinien: Festschrift für Werner H. Schmidt zum 65. Gerburtstag, 85–101, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 2000. [Decalogue]
  • Graupner, Axel, "Zum Verhältnis der beiden Dekalogfassungen Exodus 20 und Deuteronomy 5: Ein Gespräch mit Frank-Lothar Hossfeld," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 99 (1987), 308–329. [Decalogue]
  • Gray, John, "Caannanite Kingship in Theory and Practice," Vetus Testamentum 2 (1952), 193–220. [Kingship] [Theory of Law]
  • Gray, John, The Biblical Doctrine of the Reign of God, Edinburgh: T. and T. Clark, 1979. [Theory of Law]
  • Gray, John, "The ‘Goren’ at the City Gate: Justice and the Royal Office in the Ugaritic Text ‘Aqht," Palestine Exploration Quarterly 85 (May-October 1953), 118–123. [Procedure]
  • Gray, John, "The Hebrew Conception of the Kingship of God: Its Origin and Development," Vetus Testamentum 6, no. 3 (1958), 268–285. [Kingship] [Law and Religion]
  • Gray, Mark, "Amnon: A Chip off the Old Block? Rhetorical Strategy in 2 Samuel 13:7–15: The Rape of Tamar and the Humiliation of the Poor," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 77 (March 1998), 39–54. [Literary Form] [Sexual Offences]
  • Grayson, Albert K., and J. van Seters, "The Childless Wife in Assyria and the Stories of Genesis," Orientalia 44 (1975), 485–486. [Comparative Studies—Assyrian] [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Grayzel, Solomon, "The Jews and Roman Law," Jewish Quarterly Review 59 (1968), 93–117. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Green, Barbara, "Jesus’ Teaching on Divorce in the Gospel of Mark," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 38 (February 1990), 67–75. [New Testament—Divorce]
  • Green, William Scott, The Traditions of Joshua Ben Hananiah, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1981. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Greenberg, Moshe, "Another Look at Rachel’s Theft of the Teraphim," Journal of Biblical Literature 81 (1962), 239–248. [Theft]
  • Greenberg, Moshe, "Avenger of Blood," in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, 1:321, Nashville: Abingdon, 1962. [Talion]
  • Greenberg, Moshe, "Bloodguilt," in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, 1:449–450, Nashville: Abingdon, 1962. [Talion]
  • Greenberg, Moshe, "City of Refuge," in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, 1:638–639, Nashville: Abingdon, 1962. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Greenberg, Moshe, "Crimes and Punishment," in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, 1:733–744, Nashville: Abingdon, 1962. [Penalities]
  • Greenberg, Moshe, "Ezekiel 17 and the Policy of Psammetichus II," Journal of Biblical Literature 76 (1957), 304–309. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Greenberg, Moshe, "Hebrew segulla: Akkadian sikiltu," Journal of the American Oriental Society 71 (1951), 172–174. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Greenberg, Moshe, "More Reflections on Biblical Criminal Law," in Sara Japhet, ed., Studies in the Bible, SH, Jerusalem: Hebrew University, 1986. [Criminal Law]
  • Greenberg, Moshe, "NASAH in Exodus 20:20 and the Purpose of the Sinaitic Theophany" (in Hebrew), Journal of Biblical Literature 79 (1960), 273–276. [Revelation]
  • Greenberg, Moshe, "Some Postulates of Biblical Criminal Law," in Yehezhel Kaufmann Jubilee Volume: Studies in Bible and Jewish Religion, 5–28, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1960. [Criminal Law]
  • Greenberg, Moshe, "The Biblical Attitudes towards Power: Ideal and Reality in Law and Prophets," in Edwin B. Firmage, Bernard G. Weiss, and John W. Welch, eds., Religion and Law: Biblical-Judaic and Islamic Perspectives, 101–112, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1990. [Kingship]
  • Greenberg, Moshe, "The Biblical Conception of Asylum," Journal of Biblical Literature 78 (1959), 125–132. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Greenberg, Moshe, "The Decalogue as Reflected in Biblical Criticism," in B.Z. Segal, ed., The Decalogue throughout the Generations, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1985. [Decalogue]
  • Greenberg, Moshe, "The Decalogue Tradition Critically Examined," in Ben-Zion Segal, ed., Ten Commandments: Reflected . . . throughout the Ages, 67–94, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1985; reprinted in Ben-Zion Segal and Gershon Levi, eds., The Ten Commandments in History and Tradition, 83–119, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1990. [Decalogue]
  • Greenberg, Moshe, "The Hebrew Oath Particle Hay/He," Journal of Biblical Literature 76 (1957), 34–39. [Oath]
  • Greenfield, Jonas C., "‘Because He/She Did Not Know Letters’: Remarks on a First Millennium C.E. Legal Expression," Journal for the Ancient Near Eastern Society of Columbia University 22 (1993), 39–44. [Terminology]
  • Greenfield, Jonas C., "Some Aspects of Treaty Terminology in the Bible," in Proceedings of the Fourth World Congress of Jewish Studies, 117–119, Jerusalem, 1967. [Terminology]
  • Greenfield, Jonas C., "Studies in Legal Terminology of the Nabatean Funerary Inscriptions," in Henoch Yalon Memorial Volume, 64–83, Jerusalem, 1974. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic] [Terminology]
  • Greenfield, Jonas C., ed., "Babylonian-Aramaic Relationship," in Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale Nissen & Render, Berlin: Dietrich Reimer, 1978. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Greengus, Samuel, "A Textbook Case of Adultery in Ancient Mesopotamia," Hebrew Union College Annual 40–41 (1969–1970), 33–44. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Sexual Offences]
  • Greengus, Samuel, "Filling Gaps: Laws Found in Babylonia and in the Mishna but Absent in the Hebrew Bible," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1990; printed in Maarav 7 (1991), 149–171. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Greengus, Samuel, "Sisterhood Adoption at Nuzi and the ‘Wife-Sister’ in Genesis," Hebrew Union College Annual 46 (1975), 5–31. [Adoption] [Comparative Studies—Nuzi] [Marriage]
  • Greengus, Samuel, "Some Issues Relating to the Comparability of Laws and the Coherence of the Legal Tradition," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1991; printed in B.M. Levinson, ed., Theory and Method in Biblical and Cuneiform Law: Revision, Interpolation, and Development, 60–87, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1994. [Biblical Law] [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Greengus, Samuel, "The Old Babylonian Marriage Contract," Journal of the American Oriental Society 89 (1969), 505–532. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Marriage]
  • Greengus, Samuel, "The Selling of Slaves: Laws Missing from the Hebrew Bible," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 3 (1997), 1–11. [History of Biblical Law] [Sale] [Slavery]
  • Greenhough, Geoffrey H., "Reformer’s Attitude to the Law of God," Western Theological Journal 39 (Fall 1976), 81–99. [Law and Religion]
  • Greenspahn, Frederick E., "An Egyptian Parallel to Judg. 17:6 and 21:25," Journal of Biblical Literature 101 (1982), 129–130. [Comparative Studies—Egyptian] [Kingship]
  • Greenspahn, Frederick E., When Brothers Dwell Together: The Preeminence of Younger Siblings in the Hebrew Bible, New York: Oxford University Press, 1994. [Succession]
  • Greenup, Albert W., A Translation of the Treatise Taanith from the Babylonian Talmud, London, 1918. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Greenup, Albert W., Tractate Sukkah; Mishnah, Tosefta, London, 1921. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Greenwood, David, "Moral Obligation in the Sermon on the Mount," Theological Studies 31 (June 1970), 301–309. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Greenwood, David, "Saint Paul and Natural Law," Biblical Theology Bulletin 1 (October 1971), 262–279. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Greidanus, Sidney, "Human Rights in Biblical Perspective," Calvin Theological Journal 19 (April 1984), 5–31. [Human Rights]
  • Greidanus, Sidney, "The Universal Dimension of Law in the Hebrew Scriptures," Studies in Religion 14, no. 1 (1985), 39–51. [Biblical Law]
  • Grelot, Pierre, "Eléphantine. Araméens et Juifs en Egypte," Le Monde de la Bible 45 (1986), 32–35. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Grelot, Pierre, "Etudes sur le ‘Papyrus pascal’ d’Eléphantine," Vetus Testamentum 4 (1954), 349–384. [Sources—Papyri]
  • Grelot, Pierre, "La dernière étape de la rédaction sacerdotale," Vetus Testamentum 6 (1956), 174–189. [Sources—Biblical]
  • Grelot, Pierre, "Le Papyrus Pascal d’Eléphantine et le Problème du Penteteuque," Vetus Testamentum 5 (1955), 250–265. [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Griffiths, J. Gwyn, The Divine Verdict: A Study of Divine Judgement in the Ancient Religions, Leiden: Brill, 1993. [Divine Justice] [Theory of Law]
  • Grill, Severin M., "Die religionsgeschichtliche Bedeutung der vormosaischen Bündnisse, Gen 9:9–17, 17:9–14," Kairos 2 (1960), 17–22. [Covenant]
  • Grindheim, Sigurd, "The Law Kills but the Gospel Gives Life: The Letter-Spirit Dualism in 2 Corinthians 3:5–18," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 84 (2001), 97–115. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Grintz, Yehoshua M., "Do Not Eat on the Blood" (in Hebrew), Mosa’e Dorot (1969), 201–221. [Dietary Law]
  • Grisanti, Michael A., "The Davidic Covenant," Masters Seminary Journal 10 (1999), 233–250. [Covenant]
  • Gropp, Douglas M., "The Formulary for Selling Slaves in the Samaria Papyri," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1986. [Sale] [Slavery]
  • Gropp, D.M., The Samaria Papyri from the Wadi ed-Daliyeh: The Slave Sales, Cambridge, Mass.: dissertation, Harvard University, 1986. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Sale] [Slavery]
  • Gross, C.D., "Circumcision in the NT," Bible Translator 50, no. 4 (1999), 422–426. [New Testament] [Ritual Law]
  • Gross, Heinrich, "Der Sinai-Bund als Lebensform der auserwählten Volkes im Alten Testament," in Ekklesia: Festschrift für Bischof Dr. Mattias Wehr, 1–15, Trier: Paulinus Verlag, 1962. [Biblical Law] [Covenant]
  • Gross, Heinrich, "Tora und Gnade im Alten Testament," Kairos 14 (1972), 220–231. [Biblical Law]
  • Gross, Walter, "Die alttestamentlichen Gesetze zu Brache-, Sabbat-, Erlaß-, und Jubeljahr und das Zinsverbot, Leviticus 25, etc.," Theologische Quartalschift 180 (2000), 1–15. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Grosz, Katarzyna, "Dowry and Brideprice," in M.A. Morrison, ed., Studies on the Civilization and Culture of Nuzi and Hurrians in Honor of Ernest R. Lacheman, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns. [Comparative Studies—Nuzi]
  • Gruber, Mayer I., "Matrilineal Determination of Jewishness: Biblical and Near Eastern Roots," in David P. Wright, David Noel Freedman, and Avi Hurvitz, eds., Pomegranates and Golden Bells: Studies in Biblical, Jewish and Near Eastern Ritual, Law and Literature in Honor of Jacob Milgrom, 437–443, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1995. [Status]
  • Gruber, Mayer I., "The Source of the Biblical Sabbath," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society of the Columbia University 1, no. 2 (1969), 14–20. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Grund, Alexandra S., "Die Tora JHWHs ist vollkommen. Psalm 19 als Dokument jüdischen Glaubens," LEQACH: Mitteilungen und Beiträge der Forschungsstelle Judentum 3 (2002), 7–31. [Biblical Law]
  • Grund, Alexandra S., review of Stephen B. Chapman, The Law and the Prophets: A Study in Old Testament Canon Formation, Journal of Law and Religion 17, nos. 1–2 (2002), 361–367; also printed in Biblische Zeitschrift 46 (2002), 297–301. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Grundke, Christopher L.K., review of James W. Watts, Reading Law: The Rhetorical Shaping of the Pentateuch, Journal of Biblical Literature 120 (2001), 350–352, http://www.bookreviews.org; reprinted in Review of Biblical Literature 2 (2002), 192–194. [Literary Form]
  • Grünwaldt, Klaus, Die Heiligkeitsgestz Leviticus 17–26: Ürsprüngliche Gestalt, Tradition und Theologie, Berlin: de Gruyter, 1999 (Beiheft zur Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 271). [Biblical Law]
  • Guest, P. Deryn, "Can Judges Survive without Sources? Challenging the Concensus," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 78 (June 1998), 43–61. [Legal Reasoning] [Sources—Biblical]
  • Guilding, Aileen E., "Notes on the Hebrew Law Codes," Journal of Theological Studies 49 (1948), 43–52. [Biblical Law]
  • Gulak, Asher, Das Urkundenwesen im Talmud im licht der griechisch-aegyptischen papyri und des griechischen und römischen Rechts, Jerusalem: Rubin Mass, 1935. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Gulak, Asher, "Deed of Sale of Slave in Talmudic Law" (in Hebrew), Tarbiz 4 (1932), 1–10. [Sale] [Slavery]
  • Gulak, Asher, History of Jewish Law I, Law of Obligation and Its Guaranties, Jerusalem, 1939. [Obligations]
  • Gülzow, Henneke, Christentum und Sklaverei in den ersten drei Jahrhunderten, Bonn: Rudolf Habelt, 1969. [Slavery]
  • Gumpertz, F., "Lev. 25:25" (in Hebrew), Leshonenu 27 (1968), 44–48. [Slavery]
  • Gundry, Robert H., "Grace, Works, and Staying Saved in Paul: A Reply to E. P. Sander’s ‘Paul and Palestinian Judaism, Paul, the Law, and Jewish People,’" Biblica 66, no. 1 (1985), 1–38. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Gunneweg, Antonius H.J., "Das Gesetz und die Propheten: Eine Auslegung von Ex. 33:7–11; Numbers 11:4–12,8; Deuteronomy 31:14f; 34,10," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 102 (1990), 169–180. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Gunneweg, Antonius H.J., "Sinaibund und Davidsbund," Vetus Testamentum 10 (1960), 335–341. [Covenant]
  • Gurewicz, S.B., "Divorce Symposium. Divorce in Jewish Law," Res Judicatae 7 (1957), 357–362. [Divorce]
  • Gurewicz, S.B., "The Deuteronomic Provisions for Exemption from Military Service," Australian Biblical Review 6 (1958), 111–121. [Law of War]
  • Guterbock, Hans Gustav, "Authority and Law in the Hittite," Journal of the American Oriental Society, Supplement 17 (1954), 16–24. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Guterbock, Hans Gustav, "Further Notes on the Hittite Laws," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 16 (1962), 17–23. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Gutmann, Joseph, "The ‘Second Commandment’ and the Image in Judaism," Hebrew Union College Annual 32 (1961), 161–174. [Decalogue] [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Gutmann, Joseph, The Synagogue: Studies in Origins, Archaeology, and Architecture, New York: KTAV, 1975. [Archaeology] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Guttmann, Michael, Das Judenthum und seine Umwelt, Berlin, 1927. [History of Jewish Law]


H

  • Haacker, Klaus, "Wer war Schuld am Tode Jesu?" Theologische Beiträge 25, no. 1 (1994), 23–36. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Haag, Herbert, "Il Decalogo nella transmissione orale," Bibbia e Oriente 9 (1967), 3–12. [Decalogue]
  • Haas, Peter J., "‘Die He Shall Surely Die’: The Structure of Homicide in Biblical Law," in Dale Patrick, ed., Thinking Biblical Law, 67–87, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1989 (Semeia 45). [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Haas, Peter J., "From Savigny to CLS: Legal Thought and the Biblical Text," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1988. [Interpretation] [Legal Reasoning]
  • Haase, Richard, "De fetu abito sive ne se immisceat mulier praegnans rixae inter viros. Vom ungewollten Abgang der Leibesfrucht im altorientalischen und biblischen Bereich," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 7 (2001), 384–391. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Haase, Richard, Die Fragmente der hethitische Gesetze, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1968. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Haase, Richard, Die keilschriftlichen Rechtssammlungen in deutscher Übersetzung, 1963. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Haase, Richard, "Die Wiedergutmachung des Schadens nach der hethitischen Rechtssammlung," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 19 (1972), 11–27. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Haase, Richard, "Dienstleistungsverträge in der hethitischen Rechtssammlung," Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 85 (1995), 109–15. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Haase, Richard, Einführung in das Studium keilschriftlicher Rechtsquellen, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1965. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Procedure]
  • Haase, Richard, "Grenzüberschreitungen im sogenannten mittelassyrischen Rechtsbuch," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 3 (1997), 202–206. [Comparative Studies—Middle Assyrian]
  • Haase, Richard, "Kapitaldelikte im hethitischen Recht," Hethitica 7 (1987), 93–107. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Haase, Richard, "Käufrechtliche Bestimmungen in der Hethitischen Rechtssammlung," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 21 (1974), 11–29. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Haase, Richard, "Körperliche Strafen in den altorientalischen Rechtssammlungen. Ein Beitrag zum altorientalischen Strafrecht," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 10 (1963), 55–75. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Haase, Richard, "Minima ad Codicem Hethaeorum pertinenta," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte, 8 (2002), 308–322. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Haase, Richard, "Šarāqu im Codex Hammurapi," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 6 (2000), 54–60. [Commentaries]
  • Haase, Richard, "Talion und spiegelnde Strafe in den keilschriftlichen Rechtscorpora," in Eckart Otto, ed., Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 3 (1997), 195–201. [Talion]
  • Haase, Richard, "Über Bemühungen um öffentliche Sicherheit und Ordnung in keilschriftlichen Rechtscorpora und in der Torah," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 6 (2000), 61–67. [Biblical Law] [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Public Law]
  • Haase, Richard, "Zum Tatbestand der vorsätzlichen Tötung eines Menschen in der hethitischen Rechtssammlung," Bibliotheca Orientalis 18 (1961), 14–16. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Haase, Richard, "Zur Anzeigepflicht des Finders nach hethitischen Recht, Deuteronomy 22," Die Welt des Orients (1957), 378–381. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Haase, Richard, "Zur Totung eines Kaufmanns nach den hethitischen Gesetzen," Die Welt des Orients 9 (1977–1978), 213–219. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Haase, Richard, review of Harry Angier Hoffner Jr., The Laws of the Hittites. A Critical Edition, Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 4 (1998), 287–289. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Habel, Norman C., "Deuteronomy 18: God’s Chosen Prophet," Concordia Theological Monthly 35 (1964), 575–582. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Haberman, Bonna Devora, "The Suspected Adulteress: A Study of Textual Embodiment," Prooftexts 20 (2000), 12–42. [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Literary Form] [Sexual Offences] [Status—Women]
  • Hachlili, Rachel, "The Origin of the Synagogue: A Re-assessment," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Period 28, no. 1 (1997), 34–47. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Hack, Roy Kenneth, God in Greek Philosophy to the Time of Socrates, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1969. [Comparative Studies—Greek]
  • Hackett, Jo Ann, and John Huehnergard, "On Breaking Teeth," Harvard Theological Review 77, nos. 3–4 (1984), 259–275. [Biblical Law]
  • Haelewyck, J.-C., "La mort d’Abner: 2 Samuel 3:1–39," Revue Biblique 102 (1995), 161–192. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Haelvoet, Marcel, "La theophanie du Sinai: Analyse litteraire des récits d’Ex. 19–24," Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses 29 (1953), 374–397. [Revelation]
  • Hagedorn, Anselm C., Between Moses and Plato: Individual and Society in Deuteronomy and Ancient Greek Law, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 2004 (Forschungen zur Religion und Literatur des Alten und Neuen Testaments 204).
  • Hagedorn, Anselm C., "Guarding the Parents’ Honour—Deuteronomy 21:18–21," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 88 (2000), 101–121. [Obligations] [Parent and Child] [Social Protection]
  • Hagedorn, Anselm C., "The Eastern Mediterranean as Area of Cultural Comparison: Biblical Law and Greek Laws," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1999. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Comparative Studies—Greek]
  • Hagedorn, Anselm C., "Utilising an Archaic Greek Law Code for Biblical Research," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 7 (2001), 217–242. [Comparative Studies—Greek]
  • Hagedorn, Anselm C., and Jerome H. Neyrey, "It Was Out of Envy That They Handed Jesus Over (Mark 15:10): The Anatomy of Envy and the Gospel of Mark," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 69 (March 1998), 15–56. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Hahn, Scott Walker, and John Sietze Bergsma, "What Laws Were ‘Not Good’? A Canonical Approach to the Theological Problem of Ezekiel 20:25–26," Journal of Biblical Literature 123, no. 2 (2004), 201–218. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Hahn, W., "Lex orandi-lex credendi als theologisches Prinzip im Licht der Heiligen Schrift," Msf Past Theol 45 (1956), 413–419. [Law and Religion]
  • Hähnel, R., "Der künstliche Abortus im Altertum," Archiv für Geschichte der Medizin 29 (1936), 224–255. [Abortion] [Medico-Legal Issues]
  • Halbe, Jörn, Das Privilegrecht Jahwes Ex 34:10–26: Gestalt und Wesen, Herkunft und Wirken in vordeuteronomischer Zeit, Göttengen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 1975 (Forschungen zur Religion und Literatur des Alten und Neuen Testaments 114). [Biblical Law]
  • Halbe, Jörn, "Die Reihe der Inzestverbote Lev 18:7–18. Entstehung und Gestaltungsstufen," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 92 (1980), 60–88. [Biblical Law] [Sexual Offences]
  • Halevy, R., "Mishpat Sedeq" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 13 (1967–1968), 53–56. [Terminology]
  • Hall, Jerome, "Biblical Atonement and Modern Criminal Law," Journal of Law and Religion 1, no. 2 (1983), 279–295. [Criminal Law]
  • Hall, Jerome, "Paul, the Lawyer, on Law," Journal of Law and Religion 3, no. 2 (1985), 331–379. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Hall, Mark, "A Middle Assyrian Legal Summons," Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 73, no. 1 (1983), 75–81. [Comparative Studies—Middle Assyrian]
  • Hallo, William W., "Biblical Abominations and Sumerian Taboos," Jewish Quarterly Review 76, no. 1 (1985), 21–40. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Hallo, William W., "The First Purim," Biblical Archaeologist 46 (1983), 19–26. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Halperin, David J., "Crucifixion, the Nahum Pesher, and the Rabbinic Penalty of Strangulation," Journal of Jewish Studies 32, no. 1 (1981), 32–46. [Penalities]
  • Halpern, Baruch, "The Centralization Formula in Deuteronomy," Vetus Testamentum 31 (1981), 20–38. [Literary Form] [Ritual Law]
  • Halpern, Baruch, The Constitution of the Monarchy in Israel, Chico, Calif.: Scholars Press, 1981 (Harvard Semitic Monographs 25). [Public Law]
  • Halpern, Baruch, "Yhwh’s Summary Justice in Job XIV 20," Vetus Testamentum 28 (1978), 472–474. [Divine Justice]
  • Halpern, Baruch, and Deborah W. Hobson, eds., Law and Ideology in Monarchic Israel, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1991. [Biblical Law]
  • Halpern, Baruch, and Deborah W. Hobson, eds., Law, Politics, and Society in the Ancient Mediterranean World, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1993. [Biblical Law]
  • Hals, Ronald M., "Is There a Genre of Preached Law?" Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 12 (1973), 1–12. [Biblical Law]
  • Hamilton, Jeffries M., Social Justice and Deuteronomy: The Case of Deuteronomy 15, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1992 (SBL Dissertation Series 136). [Social Protection]
  • Hammerton-Kelly, Robert G., "Attitudes to the Law in Matthew’s Gospel: A Discussion of Matthew 5:18," Biblical Research 17 (1972), 19–32. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Hammerton-Kelly, Robert G., "Sacred Violence and the Curse of the Law (Galatians 3:13): The Death of Christ as a Sacrificial Travesty," New Testament Studies 36 (1990), 98–118. [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Curses]
  • Hammerton-Kelly, Robert G., "Sacred Violence and ‘Works of Law.’ ‘Is Christ Then an Agent of Sin?’ Galatians 2:17," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 52 (1990), 55–75. [New Testament] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Hammond, Philip C., "Divorce Document from the Cairo Geniza," Jewish Quarterly Review 52 (1961), 131–153. [Divorce]
  • Hammond, Philip C., David J. Johnson, and Richard N. Jones, "Religio-Legal Nabataean Inscription from the Atargatis/Al’-Uzza Temple at Petra," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 263 (1986), 77–80. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Han, G., "De mandato pietates filialis in Decalogo," Studii Biblici Franciscani (1961). [Decalogue]
  • Hananel, Ascher I., Der Ehescheidungsbrief im Judischen Recht, Breslau, 1927. [Marriage]
  • Hanges, James C., "1 Corinthians 4:6 and the Possibility of Written Bylaws in the Corinthian Church," Journal of Biblical Literature 117, no. 2 (1998), 275–298. [New Testament]
  • Hanks, Donald, Christ as Criminal: Antinomiantrends for a New Millennium, Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1997. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law] [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Hanson, Bo, Application of Rules in New Situations, a Hermeneutical Study, Lund: C.W.K. Gleerup, 1977. [Theory of Law]
  • Hanson, John R., "Law and Theology: Who Cares?" Dialog 9 (Fall 1970), 275–283. [Law and Religion]
  • Hanson, Paul D., "The Theological Significance of Contradiction within the Book of the Covenant," in G.W. Coats and Burke O. Long, eds., Canon and Authority: Essays on Old Testament Religion and Theology, 110–131, Philadelphia: Fortress, 1977. [Legal Reasoning]
  • Hanson, Paul D., "War, Peace, and Justice in Early Israel," Bible Review 3, no. 3 (1987), 32–45. [Law of War]
  • Haran, Menahem, "Behind the Scenes of History: Determining the Date of the Priestly Source," Journal of Biblical Literature 100 (1981), 321–333. [History of Biblical Law] [Law of War]
  • Haran, Menahem, "Behind the Stage of History—on the Dating of the Pentateuchal Priestly Source" (in Hebrew), Zion 45 (1980), i, 1–20. [Biblical Law]
  • Haran, Menahem, "Seething a Kid in Its Mother’s Milk," Journal of Jewish Studies 30 (1979), 23–35. [Ritual Law]
  • Haran, Menahem, "Studies in the Account of the Levitical Cities (Part 1)," Journal of Biblical Literature 80 (1961), 45–54. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Haran, Menahem, "Studies in the Account of the Levitical Cities (Part 2)," Journal of Biblical Literature 80 (1961), 156–165. [Biblical Law] [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Haran, Menahem, "The Book of Holiness" (in Hebrew), Encyclopedia Mikrait 5 (1968), 1093–1099. [Biblical Law]
  • Haran, Menahem, "The Book of the Covenant" (in Hebrew), Encyclopedia Mikrait 5 (1968), 1087–1091. [Biblical Law]
  • Haran, Menahem, "The Law-Code of Ezekiel XL-XLVIII and Its Relation to the Priestly School," Hebrew Union College Annual 50 (1979), 45–71. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Harari, I., "Differences in the Concept of Law between the Ancient Egyptians and the Hebrews," in Proceedings of the Twenty-seventh International Congress of Orientalists, Wiesbaden, 1967. [Comparative Studies—Egyptian]
  • Harcus, A.R., "Betrothal and Marriage," Expository Times 109 (1997), 73–75. [Husband and Wife] [Marriage]
  • Harding, Mark, review of Graham H. Twelftree, Jesus the Exorcist: A Contribution to the Study of the Historical Jesus, The Journal of Religious History 21 (February 1997), 110–112. [New Testament]
  • Hare, Douglas R.A., "How Jewish Is the Gospel of Matthew?" Catholic Biblical Quarterly 62 (April 2000), 264–277. [New Testament]
  • Harland, P.J., "Menswear and Womanswear: A Study of Deuteronomy 22:5," Expository Times 110 (1998), 73–76. [Social Protection]
  • Harland, P.J., "Robber or Violent Man? A Note on the Word paris," Vetus Testamentum 46 (1996), 530–533. [Theft]
  • Harner, Philip B, "Exodus, Sinai and Hittite Prologues," Journal of Biblical Literature 85, (1966), 233–236. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Harnisch, Wolfgang, "Die Befreiende Zumutung des Widersinnigen: Eine hermeneutische Skizze zu Matthäus 5,38–42," in Ulrich Schoenborn, ed., Die Zumutung der Liebe: Gesammelte Aufsätze, 96–110, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 1999. [New Testament]
  • Harrelson, Walter J., "Karl Barth on the Decalogue," Studies in Religion 6, no. 3 (1976–1977), 229–240. [Decalogue]
  • Harrelson, Walter, "Law in the Old Testament," in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, 3:77–89, Nashville: Abingdon, 1962. [Biblical Law]
  • Harrelson, Walter, "Ten Commandments," in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, 4:569–573, Nashville: Abingdon, 1962. [Decalogue]
  • Harrelson, Walter, The Ten Commandments and Human Rights, Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1980 (Overtures of Biblical Theology 8). [Decalogue] [Human Rights]
  • Harrill, J.A., "Slavery and Society at Corinth," Bible Today 35, no. 5 (1997), 287–293. [New Testament] [Slavery]
  • Harrill, J. Albert, The Manumission of Slaves in Early Christianity, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1995. [Slavery]
  • Harrington, Daniel J., "The Jewishness of Jesus: Facing Some Problems," in James H. Charlesworth, ed., Jesus’ Jewishness: Exploring the Place of Jesus within Early Judaism, 123–136, New York: Crossroad, 1991. [New Testament]
  • Harrington, Hannah K., "Did the Pharisees Eat Ordinary Food in a State of Ritual Purity?" Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Period 26 (1995), 42–54. [Dietary Law] [New Testament]
  • Harrington, Hannah K., "Holiness and Law in the Dead Sea Scrolls," Dead Sea Discoveries 8, no. 2 (2001), 124–135. [Law and Religion] [Qumran] [Ritual Law] [Sources of Law]
  • Harrington, Hannah K., "Holiness in the Laws of 4QMMT," in Moshe J. Bernstein and others, eds., Legal Texts and Legal Issues: Proceedings of the Second Meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies, Cambridge 1995: Published in Honour of Joseph M. Baumgarten, 109–128, Leiden: Brill, 1997. [Law and Religion] [Ritual Law]
  • Harrington, Hannah K., "Impurity at Qumran: The Phantom Menace," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 2002. [Qumran] [Ritual Law]
  • Harrington, Wilfrid J., "The Law, the Prophets, and the Gospel," Irish Theological Quarterly 31 (1964), 283–302. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Harrington, Wilfrid J., "The New Testament and Divorce," Irish Theological Quarterly 39 (1972), 178–187. [New Testament—Divorce]
  • Harris, Rachel T., "The Ritual of the Red Heifer," Jewish Bible Quarterly 26 (1998), 198–200. [Ritual Law]
  • Harris, Rivkah, "The Archive of the Sin Temple in Khafajah (Tutub)," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 9, nos. 2–4 (1955), 31–58, 59–88, 91–120. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Harris, Rivkah, review of Victor H. Matthews, Bernard M. Levinson, and Tikva Frymer-Kensky, eds., Gender and Law in the Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East, Journal of Law and Religion 17, nos. 1–2 (2002), 369–374. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Status—Women]
  • Harrison, Roland K., "The Matriarchate and the Hebrew Regal Succession," Evangelical Quarterly 29 (1957), 29–34. [Succession]
  • Hartman, Louis Francis, "Sin in Paradise," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 20 (1958), 26–40. [Biblical Law]
  • Harvey, Anthony Ernest, Jesus on Trial: A Study in the Fourth Gospel, London: Society for Promotion of Christian Knowledge, 1976; reprint, Atlanta: John Knox Press, 1977. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Harvey, Julien, "Collectivisme et individualisme (Ezra 18, 1–32 et Jeremiah 31, 29)," Sciences Ecclesiatiques 10 (1958), 167–202. [Collective Responsibility]
  • Harvey, Julien, Le plaidoyer prophétique contre Israël après la rupture de l’alliance: Etude d'une formule littéraire de l'Ancien Testament, Paris: Desclée de Brouwer, 1967. [Covenant]
  • Harvey, Julien, "Le ‘Rib-Pattern’, Réquisitoire prophétique sur la rupture de l’alliance," Biblica 43 (1962), 172–196. [Literary Form]
  • Hasler, Victor E., "Das Herzstück der Bergpredigt; zum Verständnis der Antithesen in Matthew 5:21–48," Theologische Zeitschrift 15 (March 1959), 90–106. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Hasler, Victor Ernst, Gesetz und Evangelium in der alten Kirche bis Origenes: Eine Auslegungsegeschichtliche Untersuchung, Zurich: Gotthelf-Verlag, 1953. [Law and Religion]
  • Hastings, Horace Lorenzo, The Wonderful Law, Boston: Scriptural Tract Repository, 1895. [Biblical Law]
  • Haufe, Christoph, "Die Stellung des Paulus zum Gesetz," Theologische Literaturzeitung 91 (March 1966), 171–178. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Hauptman, Judith, Rereading the Rabbis: A Womans Voice, Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1999. [Interpretation] [Sources—Rabbinic] [Status—Women]
  • Hauser, Alan J., "The ‘Minor Judges’—a Re-evaluation," Journal of Biblical Literature 94 (1975), 190–200. [Procedure]
  • Häusler, Ephraim, Sklaven und Personen minderen Rechts im Alten Testament, Cologne: dissertation, 1956. [Personality] [Slavery]
  • Haut, Irwin H., "A Problem in Jewish Divorce Law: An Analysis and Some Suggestions," Tradition 16 (Spring 1977), 29–49. [Divorce]
  • Haut, Irwin H., "Lex Talionis: Views, Ancient and Modern, Particularly, Those of Maimonides," Diné Israel 16 (1991–1992), 7–45. [History of Jewish Law] [Talion]
  • Hawkins, Tom R., "The Wife of Noble Character in Proverbs 31:10–31," Bibliotheca Sacra 153 (January-March 1996), 12–23. [Husband and Wife] [Marriage] [Status—Women]
  • Hay, David M., "Philo of Alexandria," in Donald A. Carson, Peter T. O’Brien, and Mark A. Seifrid, eds., Justification and Variegated Nomism Volume I: The Complexities of Second Temple Judaism, 357–379, Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2001. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Hayes, Christine E., "The Impurity of Gentiles in Biblical Law and Late Antique Judaism," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1995. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Hays, J. Daniel, "Applying the Old Testament Law Today," Bibliotheca Sacra 158 (2001), 21–35. [Biblical Law] [Interpretation]
  • Hayward, C.T. Robert, "The Sacrifice of Isaac and Jewish Polemic against Christianity," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 52 (1990), 292–306. [New Testament]
  • Hayward, Robert, review of Moshe Meiselman, Jewish Woman in Jewish Law, Journal of Jewish Studies 30 (1979), 254–255. [Women]
  • Hecht, Neil S., B.S. Jackson, S.M. Passamaneck, D. Piattelli, and A.M. Rabello, eds., An Introduction to the History and Sources of Jewish Law, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996. [History of Jewish Law] [Sources of Law]
  • Heger, Paul, The Three Biblical Altar Laws: Development in the Sacrificial Cult in Practice and Theology: Political and Economic Backgrounds, Berlin: de Gruyter, 1999 (Beiheft zur Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 279). [Ritual Law]
  • Heider, George C., The Cult of Molek: A Reassessment, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, Dept. of Biblical Studies, The University of Sheffield, 1985 (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series 43). [Ritual Law]
  • Heil, John Paul, "Christ, the Termination of the Law (Romans 9:30–10:8)," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 63, no. 3 (2001), 484–498. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Heil, John Paul, "Paul and the Law," Bible Today 39, no. 5 (2001), 277–282. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Heil, John Paul, "Reader-Response and the Irony of the Trial of Jesus in Luke 23:1–25," Science et Esprit 43, no. 2 (1991), 175–186. [New Testament] [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Heil, John Paul, "The Double Meaning of the Narrative of Universal Judgment in Matthew 25:31–46," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 69 (March 1998), 3–14. [Divine Justice]
  • Heil, John Paul, "The Narrative Strategy and Pragmatics of the Temple Theme in Mark," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 59 (January 1997), 76–100. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Heinemann, G., Untersuchungen zum apodiktischen Recht, Hamburg, 1958. [Literary Form]
  • Heinemann, Joseph H., "Targum Exodus 22:4 weha-Halakhah haKedumah" (in Hebrew), Tarbiz 38 (1969), 294–296. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Heinemann, Joseph H., "The Status of the Labourer in Jewish Law and Society in the Tannaitic," Hebrew Union College Annual 25 (1954), 263–325. [Labor Law]
  • Heinisch, Paul, "Das Sklavenrecht in Israel und im Alten Orient," Studia Catholica 11 (1934–1935), 201–218, 276–290. [Slavery]
  • Heintz, Jean-Georges, "Genese 31:42–32:1 Un recit de pact bipartite: son arriere plan rituel et sa coherence narrative," in Jacob: Commentaire a plusieurs voix de Gen 25–36/Ein mehrstimmiger Kommentar zu/A Plural Commentary of Gen 25–36. Melanges offerts a Albert de Pury, 163–180, Geneva: Labor et Fides, 2001 (Le Monde de la Bible 44). [Covenant] [Ritual Law]
  • Heleva, J., "Alliance Mosaique et liberte d’Israel," Ephemerides Liturgicae 16 (1965), 3–40. [Covenant]
  • Helmholz, R.H., "The Bible in the Service of the Canon Law," Chicago-Kent Law Review 70 (1995), 1557–1582. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Heltzer, Michael, "A Guarantee Hostage in the Story of Joseph (Genesis 42–44) and in Middle-Assyrian Times," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 8 (2002), 207–210. [Comparative Studies—Assyrian] [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Heltzer, Michael, "The Right of Ezra to Demand Obedience to the Laws of the King from Gentiles of the V Satrapy Ezra 7:25–26," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 4 (1998), 192–196. [Jurisdiction] [Kingship]
  • Heltzer, Michael, review of I. Jaruzelska, Amos and the Officialdom in the Kingdom of Israel, the Socioeconomic Position of the Officials in the Light of the Biblical, the Epigraphic and Archaeological Evidence, Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 5 (1999), 327–329. [Archaeology] [Law and the Prophets]
  • Hempel, Charlotte, "The Laws of the Damascus Document and 4QMMT," in Joseph M. Baumgarten, Esther Glickler Chazon, and Avital Pinnick, eds., The Damascus Document: A Centennial of Discovery: Proceedings of the Third International Symposium of the Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature, 4–8 February, 1998, 69–84, Leiden: Brill, 2000. [Qumran]
  • Hempel, Charlotte, The Laws of the Damascus Document: Sources, Tradition and Redaction, Leiden: Brill, 1998. [Sources of Law]
  • Hempel, Charlotte, "The Penal Code Reconsidered," in Moshe Bernstein and others, eds., Legal Texts and Legal Issues: Proceedings of the Second Meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies, Cambridge 1995: Published in Honour of Joseph M. Baumgarten, 337–348, Leiden: Brill, 1997. [Criminal Law] [Penal Law]
  • Hempel, Johannes, Das Ethos des Alten Testaments, Berlin: Töpelmann, 1938; 2d ed., 1964 (Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 67). [Biblical Law]
  • Hempel, Johannes, "Die israelitische Anschauungen von Segen und Fluch im Lichte altorientalischer Parallelen," in Apoxysmata. Vorarbeiten zu einer Religionsgeschichte und Theologie des Alten Testaments, 30–113, Berlin, Töpelmann, 1961 (Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 81). [Biblical Law] [Curses]
  • Hempel, Johannes, "Gottesgedanke und Rechtsgestaltung in Altisrael," Zeitschrift für Systematische Theologie 8 (1931), 377–395. [Theory of Law]
  • Hempel, Johannes, "On the Problem of the Law in the Old and New Testament," Anglican Theological Review 34 (1952), 227–232. [New Testament]
  • Hendriks, Hans Jurgens, Juridical Aspects of the Marriage Metaphor in Hosea and Jeremiah, Stellenbosch: Ph.D. dissertation, 1975. [Law and the Prophets] [Marriage]
  • Hendry, George Stuart, "Moses and Kant," Princeton Seminary Bulletin 3, no. 3 (1982), 255–263. [Theory of Law]
  • Hengel, Martin, Crucifixion, Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1977. [Penalities]
  • Hengel, Martin, "Die Stellung des Apostels Paulus zum Gesetz in den unbekannten Jahren zwischen Damaskus und Antiochien," in James D. G. Dunn, Paul and the Mosaic Law, Tübingen: Mohr, 1996; reprinted in Martin Hengel, ed., Paulus und Jakobus: Kleine Schriften III, 213–239, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2002. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Hengel, Martin, The Charismatic Leader and His Followers, trans. James C.G. Greig, New York: Crossroad, 1981. [New Testament]
  • Hengel, Martin, James H. Charlesworth, and Doron Mendels, "The Polemical Character of ‘Kingship’ in the Temple Scroll: An Attempt at Dating IIQ Temple," Journal of Jewish Studies 37 (1986), 28–38. [Kingship] [Qumran]
  • Hengstl, Joachim, "Soll und Haben in einer altassyrischen Familienrechtlichen Urkunde," Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 82 (1992), 208–211. [Parent and Child]
  • Hengstl, Joachim, "Zum Kauf unter Rückkaufsvorbehalt in den altassyrischen Urkunden aus Kanis," Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 77 (1988), 98–135. [Contract]
  • Henniger, P. Joseph, "Was bedeutet die rituelle Teilung eines Tieres in zwei Halften," Biblica 34 (1953), 344–353. [Ritual Law]
  • Henniger, P. Joseph, "Zum Erstgeborenenrecht bei den Semiten," in Erwin Gräf, ed., Festschrift Werner Caskel zum siebzigsten Geburtstag 5. März 1966 gewidmet von Freunden und Schülern, 162–183, Leiden: Brill, 1968; reprinted in Joseph Henninger, Arabica varia. Aufsätze zur Kulturgeschichte Arabiens und seiner Randgebiete. Contributions à l'histoire culturelle de l'Arabie et de ses régions limitrophes, 139–167, 1989 (Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis 90). [Succession]
  • Henniger, P. Joseph, "Zum Verbot des Knochenzerbrechens bei den Semiten, Exodus 13, 46," in Studi Orientalistici in onore di Giorgio Levi Della Vida, 1:448–458, Roma, 1956. [Biblical Law]
  • Henrey, K.H., "Land Tenure in the Old Testament," Palestine Exploration Quarterly 86 (1954), 5–15. [Property]
  • Henriques, Henry S.Q., "Jewish Marriages and the English Law," Jewish Historical Society Transactions (1909), 59–; reprinted in Jewish Quarterly Review 20:391–449. [Marriage]
  • Henriques, Henry S.Q., "The Civil Rights of English Jews," Jewish Quarterly Review 18:40–83. [Discrimination]
  • Henriques, Henry S.Q., "The Jews and the English Law," Jewish Quarterly Review 12:662; 13:275; 14:250; 15:653; 16:330. [Discrimination]
  • Henriques, Henry S.Q., The Law of Aliens and Naturalisation, Including the Text of the Aliens’ Act, London: Butterworth, 1905. [Discrimination]
  • Henriques, Henry S.Q., "The Political Rights of English Jews," Jewish Quarterly Review 1–2:19, 298, 751. [Discrimination]
  • Hentig, H. von, Die Strafe, I., Frühformen und kulturgeschichtliche Zusammenhänge, 1954. [Penalities]
  • Hentschke, R., "Erwägungen zur israelitischen Rechtsgeschichte," Theologia Viatorum 10 (1966), 108–133. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Hentschke, Richard, "Gesetz und Eschatologie in der Verkündigung der Propheten," Zeitschrift für Evangelische Ethik 4 (1960), 46–56. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Hentschke, Richard, Satzung und Setzender. Ein Beitrag zur israelitischen Rechtsterminologie, Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1963 (Beiträge zur Wissenschaft vom Alten und Neuen Testament 5.3). [Terminology]
  • Hepner, Gershon, "Jacob’s Oath Causes Rachel’s Death, Reflecting the Law in Leviticus 5:4–6," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 8 (2002), 131–165. [Oath]
  • Hepner, Gershon, "Jacob’s Servitude with Laban Reflects Conflicts between Biblical Codes," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 115 (2003), 185–209. [Biblical Law] [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Hepner, Gershon, "Lot’s Exodus from Sodom Foreshadows that of the Israelites from Egypt and the Passover Laws," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 9 (2003), 129–164. [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Hepner, Gershon, "The Affliction and Divorce of Hagar Involves Violations of the Covenant and Deuteronomic Codes," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 8 (2002), 166–206. [Covenant] [Divorce]
  • Heppenstall, Edward, "The Law and the Covenant at Sinai," Andrews University Seminary Studies 2 (1964), 18–26. [Covenant]
  • Herbert, A.G., and N.H. Snaith, "A Study of the Words ‘Curse’ and ‘Righteousness,’" Bible Translator 3 (1952), 111–114. [Terminology]
  • Herbrechtsmeier, William E., "Deuteronomic Law and Social Evolution," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1986. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Herr, Larry G., "The Paleography of West Semitic Stamp Seals," Bulletin of American Schools of Oriental Research 312 (1998), 45–77. [Archaeology] [Evidence]
  • Herrenbrück, Fritz, "Wer Waren die ‘Zöllner’?" Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der Älteren Kirche 72 (1981), 178–194. [Taxation]
  • Herrmann, Siegfried, "Das ‘apodiktische Recht.’ Erwägungen zur Klärung dieses Begriffs," Mitteilungen des Instituts für Orientforschung 15 (1969), 249–261. [Literary Form]
  • Herrmann, Siegfried, "Die konstruktive Restauration. Das Deuteronomium als Mitte biblischer Theologie," in Hans W. Wolff, ed., Probleme biblischer Theologie: Gerhard von Rad zum 70. Geburtstag, 155–170, Munich: Kaiser Verlag, 1971. [Kingship]
  • Hertz, Joseph H., "Ancient Semitic Codes and the Mosaic Legislation," Journal of Comparative Legislation and Internal Law 10 (1928), 207–221; reprinted in Studies in Jewish Jurisprudence 6 (1929). [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Hertz, Joseph H., The Oldest Code of Laws in the World; the Code of Hammurabi, Johannesburg: Central News Agency, 1910. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Hertz, Joseph H., ed., Pentateuch and Haftorahs: Hebrew Text English Translation and Commentray, New York: Metzudah Publishing, 1941; 2d ed., London: Soncino Press, 1960, 1977. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Hertzberg, Hans W., "Die Entwicklung des Begriffes ‘mspt’ im Alten Testament," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 40 (1922), 256–287; 41 (1923), 16–76. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Herzog, Isaac, "Moral Rights and Duties in Jewish Law," Juridical Review 41 (1929), 60–70. [Law and Religion]
  • Herzog, Isaac, The Main Institutions of Jewish Law, vol 1: Law of Property, vol 2: Law of Obligations, 2d ed., London: Soncino Press, 1965–1967. [Jewish Law in Israel]
  • Herzog, Ze’ev, Das Stadttor in Israel und in den Nachbarländern, trans. Moshe Fischer, Mainz: Phillipp von Zabern, 1986. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Courts]
  • Hess, Richard S., "The Book of Joshua as a Land Grant," Biblica 83 (2002), 493–506. [Literary Form] [Property]
  • Hess, Richard S., The Structure of the Covenant Code: Exodus 20:22–23, 33, Deerfield, Ill.: Th.M. thesis, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 1980. [Biblical Law]
  • Hess, Richard S., review of Jacob Milgrom, A Reassessment of the Priestly Cultic and Legal Texts Leviticus 1–16: A New Translation and Commentary; Leviticus 17–22: A New Translation and Commentary; and Leviticus 23–27: A New Translation and Commentary, Journal of Law and Religion 17, nos. 1–2 (2002), 375–391. [Ritual Law]
  • Hesse, Franz, "Gebot und Gesetz im Alten Testament," Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirchenzeitung 13 (1959), 116–124. [Biblical Law]
  • Hesse, Franz, "Wurzelt die prophetische Gerichtsrede im israelitischen Kult?" Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 65 (1953), 45–53. [Literary Form]
  • Heth, William A., and Gordon J. Wenham, Jesus and Divorce: The Problem with the Evangelical Consensus, Nashville: Nelson, 1985. [New Testament—Divorce]
  • Heubült, C., "Matthew 5:17–20, Ein Beitrag zur Theologie des Evangelisten Matthäus," Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft 71 (1980), 143–149. [New Testament]
  • Hiers, Richard H., "Reverence for Life and Environmental Ethics in Biblical Law and Covenant," Journal of Law and Religion 13 (1996–1998), 127–188. [Biblical Law] [Covenant] [Human Rights] [Property] [Social Protection]
  • Hiers, Richard H., "Transfer of Property by Inheritance and Bequest in Biblical Law and Tradition," Journal of Law and Religion 10, no. 1 (1993–1994), 121–155. [Property] [Succession]
  • Hiers, Richard H., "Transfer of Property by Inheritance and by Will in Biblical Law and Tradition," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1990. [Property] [Succession]
  • Higgins, Angus J.B., "Priest and Messiah," Vetus Testamentum 3 (1953), 321–336. [Biblical Law]
  • Higger, Michael, Intention in Talmudic Law, New York: Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University, 1927; reprinted in Studies in Jewish Jurisprudence 1 (1971) 235–293. [Intention]
  • Hilb, K., "Tashlume nezek mahemat aberah lefi dine Erets Yisrael, Damages for Tort under Palestinian Law I, II," Hamishpat Haivri 3, no. 3, 130–135; no. 6, 272–279. [Damages]
  • Hill, Andrew E., "The Ebal Ceremony as Hebrew Land Grant?" Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 31 (1988), 399–406. [Property]
  • Hillers, Delbert R., "A Note on Some Treaty Terminology in the Old Testament," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 176 (1964), 46–47. [Covenant] [Terminology]
  • Hillers, Delbert R., "Analyzing the Abominable: Our Understanding of Canaanite Religion," Jewish Quarterly Review 75, no. 3 (1985), 253–269. [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Hillers, Delbert R., Covenant: The History of a Biblical Idea, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1969. [Covenant]
  • Hillers, Delbert R., "Delocutive Verbs in Biblical Hebrew," Journal of Biblical Literature 86 (1967), 320–324. [Terminology]
  • Hillers, Delbert R., "Redemption in Letters 6 and 2 from Hermopolis," Ugarit-Forschungen 11 (1980), 379–382. [Comparative Studies—Ugarit]
  • Hillers, Delbert R., "Rite: Ceremonies of Law and Treaty in the Ancient Near East," in Edwin B. Firmage, Bernard G. Weiss, and John W. Welch, eds., Religion and Law: Biblical-Judaic and Islamic Perspectives, 351–364, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1990. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Ritual Law]
  • Hillers, Delbert R., Treaty-Curses and Old Testament Prophets, Rome: Pontifical Biblical Institute, 1964. [Covenant] [Curses]
  • Hilton, Michael, and Gordian Marshall, The Gospels and Rabbinic Judaism: A Study Guide, London: SCM Press; Hoboken, N.J: KTAV Pub. House; New York: Anti-Deformation League B’nai B’rith, 1988. [New Testament]
  • Himbaza, Innocent, "Le Décalogue du Papyrus Nash, Philon, 4Qphyl G, 8Qphyl 3 et 4Qmez A," Revue de Qumran 20, no. 3 (2002), 411–429. [Decalogue] [Qumran]
  • Hirsch, Hans, "Zur Frage der t-Formen in den Keilschriftlichen Gesetztexten," in Lishan mithurti, Kevelaer: Butzon and Bercker, 1969 (Festschrift für W. von Soden, Alter Orient und Altes Testament 1). [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Hirzel, Rudolf, Der Eid: Ein Beitrag zu Seiner Geschichte, Leipzig: S. Hirzel, 1902. [Oath]
  • Hobbs, T. Raymond, "Reflections on Honor, Shame, and Covenant Relations," Journal of Biblical Literature 116 (Fall 1997), 501–503. [Covenant] [Social Protection]
  • Hock, Ronald F., "Paul’s Tentmaking and the Problem of His Social Class," Journal of Biblical Literature 97 (1978), 555–564. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Hoehner, Harold W., "Chronological Aspects of the Life of Christ, Part IV: The Day of Christ’s Crucifixion," Bibliotheca Sacra 131 (1974), 241–264. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Hoenig, Samuel N., The Essence of Talmudic Law and Thought, Northvale, N.J.: Jason Aronson, 1993. [History of Jewish Law] [Interpretation]
  • Hoenig, Sidney B., "Halakhot Gedolot: An Early Halakhic Code," Jewish Law Annual 2 (1979), 45–55. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Hoenig, Sidney B., "On the Age of Mature Responsibility in 1QSa," Jewish Quarterly Review 48 (1958), 371–375. [Status]
  • Hoenig, Sidney Benjamin, The Great Sanhedrin, Philadelphia: Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning, 1953. [New Testament] [Courts]
  • Hoenig, Sidney B., "Sanhedrin," Jewish Quarterly Review 52 (1962), 335–345. [Courts]
  • Hoffman, Yair, "The Deuteronomistic Concept of the Herem," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 111 (1999), 196–210. [Biblical Law] [Husband and Wife] [Marriage] [Penalities] [Status—Women]
  • Hoffman, Yair, "The Root QRB as a Legal Term," Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 10 (1982), 67–73. [Terminology]
  • Hoffmann, E., Der oberste Gerichtshof in der Stadt des Heiligthums, Berlin, 1878. [Courts]
  • Hoffner, Harry A., Jr., "Incest, Sodomy, and Bestiality in the Ancient Near East," in Harry A. Hoffner Jr., ed., Orient and Occident: Essays for Cyrus H. Gordon On the Occasion of His Sixty-fifth Birthday, 81–90, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener, 1973. [Sexual Offences]
  • Hoffner, Harry A., Jr., "Some Contributions of Hittitology to Old Testament Study," Tyndale Bulletin 20 (1969), 27–55. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Hoffner, Harry Angier, Jr., The Laws of the Hittites: A Critical Edition, Leiden: Brill, 1997. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Hofius, Otfried, "Das Gesetz des Mose und das Gesetz Christi," Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche 80, no. 3 (1983), 262–286. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Hofmann, Rudolf, "Die Bedeutung des Dekalogs, theologisch und geschichtlich, in der Sicht der katholischen Moraltheologie," Zeitschrift für Evangelische Ethik 13 (July 1969), 230–245. [Decalogue]
  • Hofrichter, Peter, "Das dreifache Verfahren über Jesus als Gottessohn, König und Mensch: Zur Redaktionsgeschichte der Prozesstradition," Kairos 30–31 (1988–1989), 69–81. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Hoftijzer, Jacob, "David and the Tekoite Woman 2 Samuel 14:1–24," Vetus Testamentum 20 (October 1970), 419–444. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Hoftijzer, Jacob, "Exodus 21:8," Vetus Testamentum 7 (1957), 388–391. [Slavery]
  • Hoftijzer, Jacob, and P.W. Pestman, "Hereditary Rights as Laid Down in the Marriage Contract Krael II," Bibliotheca Orientalis 19 (1962), 216–219. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Hogenhaven, Jesper, "Den gamle pagt: En introduktion til den nyere debat om pagten i det Gamle Testamente," in Tekst og tolkning 8, København: Akademisk Forlag, 1990. [Covenant]
  • Hogenhaven, Jesper, "The Prophet Isaiah and Judaean Foreign Policy under Ahaz and Hezekiah," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 49 (1990), 351–354. [International Law]
  • Hollander, Harm W., "The Meaning of the Term Law (nomos) in 1 Corinthians," Novum Testamentum 40 (1998), 117–135. [Interpretation] [New Testament] [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Terminology]
  • Holmén, Tom, "Divorce in CD 4:20–5:2 and 11QT 57:17–18: Some Remarks on the Pertinence of the Question," Revue de Qumran 18 (1998), 397–408. [Divorce] [Qumran]
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  • Holmer, Paul L., "Some Reflections about Law and Gospel," Lutheran Quarterly 11 (May 1959), 124–134. [Law and Religion]
  • Holscher, Gustav, "Komposition und Ursprung des Deuteronomiums," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 40 (1922), 161–255. [Biblical Law]
  • Holt, Jens, "Quelques interpretations du code hittite," Archaeologie Orientale 17, no. 1 (1949), 315–319. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Holtz, Shalom E., "‘To Go and Marry Any Man That You Please’: A Study of the Formulaic Antecedents of the Rabbinic Writ of Divorce," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 60, no. 4 (2001), 241–258. [Divorce] [Husband and Wife] [Marriage] [Sources—Rabbinic]
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  • Hommel, E., "Namenkunde als Zweig der Rechtswissenschaft und Rechtsgeschichte der Bibel," Studia Onomastica Monacensia 4 (1961), 350–360. [Biblical Law]
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  • Hong, Christopher C., To Whom the Land of the Palestine Belongs, Hicksville, N.Y.: Exposition Press, 1979. [Property]
  • Hong, In-Gyu, "Does Paul Misrepresent the Jewish Law? Law and Covenant in Galatians 3:1–14," Novum Testamentum 36 (1994), 164–182. [Covenant] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Hong, In-Gyu, The Law in Galatians, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1993. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
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  • Hooker, Morna D., "Christ: The ‘End’ of the Law," in David E. Aune, Torrey Seland, and Jarl Henning Ulrichsen, eds., Neotestamentica et Philonica: Studies in Honor of Peder Borgen, 126–146, Boston: Brill, 2003. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
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  • Horner, Thomas Marland, "Changing Concepts of the ‘Stranger’ in the Old Testament," Anglican Theology Review 42 (1960), 49–53. [Social Protection]
  • Horowitz, George, The Spirit of Jewish Law, New York: Bloch Publishing Co., 1973. [Theory of Law]
  • Horowitz, Jakob, "Auge um Auge: Zahn um Zahn," in Festschrift zu Hermann Cohens siebzigstem Geburtstage, 609–658, Berlin: Bruno Cassirer Verlag, 1912. [Talion]
  • Horrell, David, "Theological Principle or Christological Praxis? Pauline Ethics in 1 Corinthians 8:1–11:1," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 67 (1997), 83–114. [New Testament] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
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  • Horsley, Richard A., "The Law of Nature in Philo and Cicero," Harvard Theological Review 71 (1978), 35–59. [Theory of Law]
  • Horsley, Richard A., "The Slave Systems of Classical Antiquity and Their Reluctant Recognition by Modern Scholars," Semeia 83–84 (1998), 19–66. [Comparative Studies—Greek] [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Slavery]
  • Horst, Friedrich, "Das Eigentum nach dem Alten Testament und der Mensch als Ebenbild Gottes," in Friedrich Horst and Hans W, Wolff, eds., Gottes Recht: Gesammelte Studien zum Recht im Alten Testament, 203–221, Muenchen: Kaiser Verlag, 1961. [Property]
  • Horst, Friedrich, "Das Privilegrecht Jahwes: Rechtsgeschichtliche Untersuchungen zum Deuteronomium," in Friedrich Horst and Hans W, Wolff, eds., Gottes Recht: Gesammelte Studien zum Recht im Alten Testament, 17–154, Muenchen: Kaiser Verlag, 1961. [Biblical Law]
  • Horst, Friedrich, "Die Doxologien im Amosbuch and Der Diebstahl im Alten Testament," in Friedrich Horst and Hans W. Wolff, eds., Gottes Recht: Gesammelte Studien zum Recht im Alten Testament, 167–175, Muenchen: Kaiser Verlag,1961. [Theft]
  • Horst, Friedrich, "Die Formen des Althebräischen Liebesliedes: and Segen und Segenshandlungen in der Bibel," Evangelische Theologie 7 (1947–1948), 23–37; repinted in (1956), 49–75; reprinted in Friedrich Horst and Hans W. Wolff, eds., Gottes Recht: Gesammelte Studien zum Recht im Alten Testament, 188–202, Munich: Kaiser Verlag, 1961. [Biblical Law]
  • Horst, Friedrich, "Naturrecht und Altes Testament: Recht und Religion im Bereich des Alten Testaments; and Der Eid im Alten Testament," in Friedrich Horst and Hans W. Wolff, eds., Gottes Recht: Gesammelte Studien zum Recht im Alten Testament, 235–314, Munich: Kaiser Verlag, 1961; reprinted in Evangelische Theologie 10 (1950), 253–273; reprinted in Evangelische Theologie 16 (1956), 49–75. [Oath]
  • Horst, Friedrich, "Zwei Begriffe für Eigentum (Besitz): nahalâh und ’ahuzâh," in Arnulf Kuschke, ed., Verbannung und Heimkehr: Beiträge zur Geschichte und Theologie Israels im 6. und 5. Jahrhundert v. Chr.: Wilhelm Rudolph zum 70. Geburtstage, 135–156, Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr [Paul Siebeck], 1961. [Property]
  • Horton, F.L., "A Reassessment of the Legal Forms in the Pentateuch and Their Functions," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 11 (1971), 347–396. [Literary Form]
  • Horton, Fred, Jr., "Form and Structure in Laws Relating to Women: Leviticus 18:6–18," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 1 (1973), 20–33. [Literary Form] [Women]
  • Horvath, Tibor, "Why Was Jesus Brought to Pilate?" Novum Testamentum 11 (1969), 174–184. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Hossfeld, Frank-Lothar, Der Dekalog: Seine späten Fassungen, die originale Komposition und seine Vorstufen, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 1982. [Decalogue]
  • Hossfeld, Frank-Lothar, "Der Dekalog als Grundgesetz: Eine Problemanzeige," in Reinhard Gregor Kratz and Hermann Spieckermann, eds., Liebe und Gebo: Studien zum Deuteronomium. Festschrift zum 70. Geburtstag von Lothar Perlitt, 46–59, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 2000. [Decalogue]
  • Hossfeld, Frank-Lothar, "Du sollst nicht töten!" Das fünfte Dekaloggebot im Kontext alttestamentlicher Ethik, Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer, 2003. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Hossfeld, Frank-Lothar, and I. Meyer, "Der Prophet vor dem Tribunal. Neuer Auslegungsversuch von Jeremiah 26," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 86 (1974), 30–50. [Prophecy and Law]
  • Houghton, Myron J., "A Reexamination of 1 Corinthians 13:8–13," Bibliotheca Sacra 153, (July-September 1996), 344–356. [New Testament]
  • House, H. Wayne, "Miscarriage or Premature Birth: Additional Thoughts on Exodus 21:22–25," Westminster Theological Journal 41 (Fall 1978), 105–123. [Parent and Child]
  • House, H. Wayne, "The Speaking of Women and the Prohibition of the Law," Bibliotheca Sacra 145 (1988), 301–318. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Houston, Walter, Purity and Monotheism: Clean and Unclean Animals in Biblical Law, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1993. [Animals] [Biblical Law]
  • Houtman, C., "Another Look at Forbidden Mixtures," Vetus Testamentum 34 (1984), 226–228. [Ritual Law]
  • Houtman, C., "Der Altar als Asylstätte im Alten Testament: Rechtsbestimmung (Exodus 21:12–14) und Praxis (I Reg. 1–2)," Revue Biblique 103 (1996), 343–366. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Houtman, Cees, "Eine Schwangere Frau als Opfer eines Handgemenges, Exodus 21, 22–25, Ein Fall von Stellvertretender Talion im Bundesbuch?" in Marc Verveene, ed., Studies in the Book of Exodus: Redaction-Reception-Interpretation, 381–397, Louvain: Leuven University Press, 1996. [Biblical Law] [Penalities]
  • Houtman, Cornelius, Das Bundesbuch ein Kommentar, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1997. [Biblical Law]
  • Houtman, Cornelius, "Ezra and the Law: Observations on the Supposed Relation between Ezra and the Pentateuch," in Bertil Albrektson, ed., Remembering All the Way: A Collection of Old Testament Studies,91–115, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1981. [Biblical Law]
  • Howard, George E., "Christ, the End of the Law: The Meaning of Romans 10:4ff," Journal of Biblical Literature 88 (Summer 1969), 331–337. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Howard, George E., "Letter of Aristeas and Diaspora Judaism," Journal of Theological Studies 22 (October 1971), 337–348. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Hoyer, Paul M., "Law and Gospel: With Particular Attention to the Third Use of the Law," Concordia Journal 6 (September 1980), 189–201. [Law and Religion]
  • Hrozny, Bedrich, "Sur un paragraphe du code hittite," Archaeologie Orientale 16 (1948), 135. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Hubaut, M., "Jesus et la loi de Moise," Revue Theologie, Louvain 7 (1976), 401–425. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Hubbard, Robert L., "Dynamistic and Legal Processes in Psalm 7," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 94, no. 2 (1982), 267–279. [Procedure]
  • Hubbard, Robert L., "The Hebrew Root ‘pg’ as a Legal Term," Journal of Evangelical Theology Studies 27 (June 1984), 129–133. [Terminology]
  • Hübner, Hans, Das Gesetz bei Paulus: Ein Beitrag zum Werden der paulinischen Theologie, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 1978. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Hübner, Hans, Das Gesetz in der synoptischen Tradition: Studien zur These einer progressiven Qumranisierung und Judaisierung innerhalb der synoptischen Tradition, Witter: Luther Verlag, 1973. [New Testament]
  • Hübner, Hans, "Galatians 3:10 und die Herkunft des Paulus," Kerygma und Dogma 19, no. 3 (1973), 215–231. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Hübner, Hans, Law in Paul’s Thought, Edinburgh: T. and T. Clark, 1984. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Hübner, Hans, "Mark 7:1–23 und das ‘Jüdisch-Hellenistische’ Gesetzesverständnis," New Testament Studies 22 (April 1976), 319–345. [New Testament]
  • Hudson, Michael, "Proclaim Liberty throughout the Land: The Economic Roots of the Jubilee," Bible Review 15, no. 1 (1999), 26–33. [Public Law] [Social Protection]
  • Huehnergard, John, "Biblical Notes on Some New Akkadian Texts from Emar," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 47 (July 1985), 428–434. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Huffmon, Herbert B., "Exodus 23:4–5: A Comparative Study," in Howard N. Bream and others, eds., A Light unto My Path: Old Testament Studies in Honor of Jacob M. Myers, 271–278, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1974. [Animals]
  • Huffmon, Herbert B., "In Defense of ‘Swearing Falsely’: The Third Commandment," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1988. [Decalogue]
  • Huffmon, Herbert B., "Israel of God," Interpretation 23 (January 1969), 66–77. [Biblical Law]
  • Huffmon, Herbert B., "The Covenant Lawsuit in the Prophets," Journal of Biblical Literature 78 (1959), 285–295. [Covenant] [Law and the Prophets]
  • Huffmon, Herbert B., "The Exodus, Sinai, and the Credo," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 27 (1965), 101–113. [Biblical Law]
  • Huffmon, Herbert B., "The Fundamental Code Illustated: The Third Commandment," in David P. Wright, David Noel Freedman, and Avi Hurvitz, eds., Pomegranates and Golden Bells: Studies in Biblical, Jewish and Near Eastern Ritual, Law and Literature in Honor of Jacob Milgrom, 363–371, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1995. [Decalogue]
  • Huffmon, Herbert B., "The Treaty Background of Hebrew Yada," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 181 (1966), 31–37. [Covenant]
  • Huffmon, Herbert B., and Simon B. Parker, "A Further Note on ‘The Treaty Background of Hebrew Yada,’" Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 184 (1966), 36–38. [Covenant]
  • Hugenberger, Gordon Paul, Marriage as a Covenant: A Study of Biblical Law and Ethics Governing Marriage, Developed from the Perspective of Malachi, Leiden: Brill, 1994 ( Supplements to Vetus Testamentum 52 ); reprinted in Vetus Testamentum 46 (1996), 413–414; reprinted as Marriage as a Covenant. Biblical Law and Ethics as Developed from Malachi, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Book House, 1998 (Biblical Studies Library Series) . [Marriage] [Covenant]
  • Hugenberger, Gordon Paul, Marriage as a Covenant. Biblical Law and Ethics as Developed from Malachi, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Book House, 1998 (Biblical Studies Library Series); reprinted from Marriage as a Covenant: A Study of Biblical Law and Ethics Governing Marriage, Developed from the Perspective of Malachi, Leiden: Brill, 1994 (Supplements to Vetus Testamentum 52). [Marriage] [Covenant]
  • Hughes, John J., "Hebrews 9:15ff and Galatians 3:15ff: A Study in Covenant Practice and Procedure," Novum Testamentum 21 (January 1979), 27–96. [New Testament] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Hui, Timothy K., "The Purpose of Israel’s Annual Feasts," Bibliotheca Sacra 147 (1990), 143–154. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Humbert, M., ed., Mélanges à la mémoire de Marcel-Henri Prévost: Droit Biblique, Interprétation Rabbinique, communautés et société, Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1982 (Publications de l’Université de Lille—Droit et Santé). [Collections of Essays]
  • Humbert, Paul, "‘Etendre la main’ (Note de Lexicographie Hébraïque)," Vetus Testamentum 12 (1962), 383–385. [Biblical Law]
  • Hummel, Horace D., "A Meditation on the Decalogue: Exodus 20:1–17," Concordia Journal 5 (January 1979), 5–7. [Decalogue]
  • Hummel, Horace D., "Are Law and Gospel a Valid Hermeneutical Principle?" Concordia Theological Quarterly 46 (April-July 1982), 181–207. [Law and Religion]
  • Hunn, E., "The Abominations of Leviticus Revisited," in Roy F. Ellen and David Reason, eds., Classifications in Their Social Context, 103–116, London: Academic Press, 1979. [Ritual Law]
  • Hunt, H.B., Jr., "Attitudes toward Divorce in Post-exilic Judaism," Biblical Illustrator 12 (1986), 62–65. [Divorce]
  • Hurowitz, Victor Avigdor, "Another Fiscal Practice in the Ancient Near East: 2 Kings 12:5–17 and a Letter to Esarhadden (LAS277)," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 45 (1986), 289–294. [Taxation]
  • Hurowitz, Victor Avigdor, "Burial in the Bible" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 45, no. 161 (2000), 121–145. [Ritual Law]
  • Hurowitz, Victor Avigdor, "Joseph’s Enslavement of the Egyptians, Genesis 47:13–26, in Light of Famine Texts from Mesopotamia," Revue Biblique 101 (1994), 355–362. [Comparative Studies—Egyptian] [Slavery]
  • Hurowitz, Victor Avigdor, "Notes on a Recently Published Administrative Document," Israel Exploration Journal 48 (1998), 132–135. [Sources of Law]
  • Hurowitz, Victor Avigdor, "Salted Incense: Exodus 30:35; Maqlû 6:111–113; 9:118–120," Biblica 68 (1987), 178–194. [Ritual Law]
  • Hurvitz, Avi, "Dating the Priestly Source in Light of the Historical Study of Biblical Hebrew a Century after Wellhausen," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 100 (1988), 88–100. [Arrangement and Classification]
  • Hurvitz, Avi, "Once Again: The Linguistic Profile of the Priestly Material in the Pentateuch and Its Historical Age: A Response to J. Blenkinsopp," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 112 (2000), 180–191. [Biblical Law]
  • Hurvitz, Avi, "The Evidence of Language in Dating the Priestly Code: A Linguistic Study in Technical Idioms and Terminology," Revue Biblique 81 (1974), 24–56. [Biblical Law] [Evidence] [Terminology]
  • Hurvitz, Avi, "The History of a Legal Formula: ‘kol aser-hapes asah’ (Psalms 115:3, 135:6)," Vetus Testamentum 32 (July 1982), 257–267. [Terminology]
  • Husband, Richard Wellington, The Prosecution of Jesus: Its Date, History, and Legality, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1916. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Husik, Isaac, "The Law of Nature, Hugo Grotius, and the Bible," Hebrew Union College Annual 2 (1925), 381–417. [Theory of Law]
  • Huston, James A., "Religious Foundations of Law (Review of Religion, Morality, and Law, ed. A.L. Harding)," Encounter 19 (Winter 1958), 68–69. [Law and Religion]
  • Hütterman, Aloys, The Ecological Message of the Torah: Knowledge, Concepts, and Laws Which Made Survival in a Land of ‘Milk and Honey’ Possible, Atlanta, Ga.: Scholars Press, 1999. [Agriculture] [Property]
  • Hutton, Rodney R., "The Case of the Blasphemer Revisited, Leviticus 24:10–23," Vetus Testamentum 49 (1999), 532–541. [Biblical Law] [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Hutton, Rodney R., "Narrative in Leviticus: The Case of the Blaspheming Son, Leviticus 24:10–23," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 3 (1997), 145–163. [Biblical Law] [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Parent and Child] [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Hyamson, Moses, "Some Points of Comparison and Contrast in Jewish and Roman Law," in Jews College Jubilee Volume, 153–170, London, 1906. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Hyatt, James Philip, Commentary on Exodus, London: Oliphants, 1971 (New Century Bible Commentary). [Commentaries]
  • Hyatt, James Philip, "Moses and the Ethical Decalogue," Encounter 26 (1965), 199–206. [Decalogue]


I

  • Iakobson, V.A., "Some Problems in the Study of the State and Law in the Ancient East," Soviet Anthropology and Archaeology 24, no. 4 (1986), 26–73. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Iakur, "Il concetto di femminilita e la donne nel contesto biblico," La Rassegna Mensile di Israel 67, 357–363.
  • Ifesieh, Emmanuel I., "Web of Matrimony in the Bible, Social Anthropology, and African Traditional Religion (A Short Survey through Comparative Analysis)," Communio Viatorum 26 (1983), 195–211. [Marriage]
  • Ilan, Tal, "Notes and Observations on a Newly Published Divorce Bill from the Judean Desert," Harvard Theological Review 89 (1996), 195–202. [Divorce]
  • Ilan, Tal, "The Daughters of Zelophehad and Womens Inheritance: The Biblical Injunction and Its Outcome [Num. 27:1–11; 36:1–12]," in Athalya Brenner, ed., Exodus to Deuteronomy. Feminist Companion to the Bible 2d Series, 176–186, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2000. [Parent and Child] [Property] [Status—Women] [Succession]
  • Imparati, Fiorella, Le leggi ittite, Roma: Edizioni dell’Ateneo, 1964. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Ingals, Daniel H.H., "Authority and Law in Ancient India," Journal of the American Oriental Society, Supplement 17 (1954), 34–45. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Instone-Brewer, David, Divorce and Remarriage in the Bible: A Social and Literary Context, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdsmans, 2002. [Divorce] [Marriage]
  • Instone-Brewer, David, "1 Corinthians 7 in the Light of the Graeco-Roman Marriage and Divorce Papyri," Tyndale Bulletin 52, no. 1 (2001), 101–115. [Comparative Studies—Greek] [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Divorce] [Husband and Wife] [Marriage] [New Testament] [Sources of Law] [Sources—Papyri]
  • Instone-Brewer, David, "1 Corinthians 7 in the Light of the Jewish, Greek, and Aramaic Marriage and Divorce Papyri," Tyndale Bulletin 52, no.2 (2001), 225–243. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic] [Comparative Studies—Greek] [Divorce] [History of Jewish Law] [Human Rights] [Marriage] [New Testament] [Sources—Papyri]
  • Irsigler, Hubert, Gottesgericht und Jahwetag. Die Komposition Zef 1,1–2,3, untersucht auf der Grundlage der Literarkritik des Zefanjabuches, St. Ottilien: EOS 1977 (Arbeiten zu Text und Sprache im Alten Testament 3). [Law and the Prophets]
  • Irsigler, Hubert, "Quest for Justice as Reconciliation of the Poor and the Righteous in Psalms 37, 49 and 73," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 5 (1999), 258–276. [Human Rights] [Social Protection]
  • Isaacs, Nathan, "The Law" and the Law of Change, Philadelphia, 1917. [Theory of Law]
  • Ish-Horowicz, Moshe, "Halakha versus Aggadah, Jewish Law versus Equity," in H.G. Sprecher, ed., Jewish Law Association Studies 10: The Jerusalem 1998 Conference Volume, 278–279, Binghamton, N.Y.: Global Publications, State University of New York at Binghamton, 2000. [History of Jewish Law] [Influence of Jewish Law] [Social Protection]
  • Isser, Stanley, "Two Traditions: The Law of Exodus 21:22–23 Revisited," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 57 (1990), 30–45. [Torts]
  • Ito, Akio, "The Question of the Authenticity of the Ban on Swearing (Matthew 5:33–37)," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 43 (1991), 5–13. [Oath]
  • Ivanov, V., "Notes on the Hittite Laws I: Remarks on [Sections] 163," Archaeologie Orientale 47 (1979), 91–95. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Iwry, Samuel, "A Striking Variant Reading in IQIs a," Textus 5 (1966), 34–43.


J

  • Jackson, Bernard S., "A Jewish Law Miscellany," Journal of Law and Religion 17, nos. 1–2 (2002), 235–245.
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "An Aye for an I? The Semiotics of Lex Talionis in the Bible," in W. Pencak and J. Ralph Lindgren, eds., Semiotics and the Human Sciences: New Directions—Essays in Honor of Roberta Kevelson, 127–149, New York: Peter Lang, 1997. [Talion]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Biblical Laws of Slavery: A Comparative Approach," in Leonine S. Archer, ed., Slavery and Other Forms of Unfree Labour, 86–89, London: Routledge, 1988. [Slavery]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Biblical Literature: An Overview," in S. Drescher and S.L. Engerman, eds., A Historical Guide to World Slavery, 89–90, New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. [Slavery]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Code and Custom," in R. Kevelson, ed., Critic of Institutions Vol. I: Codes and Customs, 119–138, New York: Peter Lang, 1994. [Codification]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Damascus Document 9:16–23 and Parallels," Revue de Qumran 9 (1978), 445–450. [Qumran]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Ehescheidung. I. Altes Testament und Judentum," in H.D. Betz and others, eds., Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart: Handwörterbüch für Theologie und Religionswissenschaft, Bd.2, C-E, cols. 1093–1094, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1999. [Divorce]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Envisaging Law," International Journal for the Semiotics of Law/Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique 7, no. 21 (1994), 311–334. [Interpretation]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., Essays in Jewish and Comparative Legal History, Studies in Judaism in Late Antiquity, Leiden: Brill, 1975. [Collections of Essays]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Evolution and Foreign Influences in Ancient Law," American Journal of Comparative Law 16 (1968), 374–382. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Exodus 21:18–19 und the Origins of the Casuistic Form," Israel Law Review 33, no. 4 (1999), 798–820 (Falk memorial issue). [Literary Form]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "‘Fact-Based’ Classifications of Law: An Historical Perspective," Journal of the Society of Public Teachers of Law 2 (1971), 149–153. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Foreign Influence in the Early Jewish Law of Theft," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 18 (1971), 25–40. [Theft]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "From ‘Dharma’ to Law," American Journal of Comparative Law 23 (1975): 490–508. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Gesú e Mosè: la condizione di un profeta di fromte alla legge," in F. Parente and D. Piattelli, eds., Atti del secondo convegno tenuto a Idice, Bologna, nei giorni 4 e 5 Novembre 1981, 95–100, Rome: Carucci, 1983 (Associazione italiana per lo Studio del Guidaismo, Testi e Studi 1); reprinted from "Jésus et Moïse: le statut du prophète à l’égard de la loi," Revue historique de droit français et étranger 59, no. 3 (1981), 341–360. [Sources of Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Historical Observations on the Relationship between Letter and Spirit," in R.D. O’Dair and A.D.E. Lewis, eds., Law and Religion, 101–110, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001 = Current Legal Issues, vol. 4. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "History, Dogmatics, and Halakhah," in Jewish Law in Legal History and the Modern World, 1–25, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1980. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Human and Divine Cognition in Biblical and Early Rabbinic Law" (in Hebrew), Shenaton Hamishpat Ha’ivri 6–7 (1980), 61–70 (Festschrift for Justice Haim Cohn). [Biblical Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Ideas of Law and Legal Administration. A Semiotic Approach," in Ronald E. Clements, ed., The World of Ancient Israel: Sociological, Anthropological and Political Perspectives, 185–202, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989. [Courts]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Jésus et Moïse: le statut du prophète à l’égard de la loi," Revue historique de droit français et étranger 59, no. 3 (1981), 341–360; reprinted as "Gesú e Mosè: la condizione di un profeta di fromte alla legge," in F. Parente and D. Piattelli, eds., Atti del Secondo Congresso, 95–100, Rome: Carucci, 1983 (Associazione italiana per lo Studio del Giudaismo, Testi e Studi 1). [Sources of Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Jewish Law or Jewish Laws," Jewish Law Annual 8 (1989), 15–34. [Jewish Law in Israel]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Jewish Law, History, Sources, Principles: The Principles of Jewish Law" (book review), Journal of Jewish Studies 28 (1977), 81–83. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Judaism as a Religious Legal System," in A. Huxley, ed., Religion, Laws and Tradition: Comparative Studies in Religious Law, 34–48, London: Routledge Curzon, 2002; reprinted as "L’ebraismo come ordinamento giurdico religioso," Daimon: Annuario di diritto comparato della religioni 1 (2001), 165–183. [Law and Religion]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Justice and Righteousness in the Bible: Rule of Law or Royal Paternalism?" Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 4 (1998), 218–262. [Biblical Law] [Kingship] [Theory of Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Law," in P.J. Achtemeier, ed., Harper’s Bible Dictionary, 548–551, San Francisco: Harper and Row, 1985. [Biblical Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Law and Justice in the Bible," Journal of Jewish Studies 49 (1998), 218–229. [Biblical Law] [Divine Justice]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Law, Language and Narrative: David Daube on Some Divine Speech-Acts," in Calum M. Carmichael, ed., Essays in Law and Religion: The Berkeley and Oxford Symposia in Honour of David Daube, 51–66, Berkeley: University of California at Berkeley, Robbins Collection, 1993. [Divine Justice]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Law, Wisdom and Narrative," in G.W. Brooke and J.D. Kaestli, eds., Narrativity in Biblical and Related Texts/La Narativité dans la Bible et les texts apparantés, 31–51, Louvain: Peeters, 2000 (Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium 149). [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Legal Drafting in the Ancient Near East in Light of Modern Theories of Cognitive Development," in M. Humbert, ed., Mélanges à la mémoire de Marcel-Henri Prévost: Droit Biblique, Interprétation Rabbinique, communautés et société, 49–66, Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1982 (Publications de l’Université de Lille—Droit et Santé). [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Legalism," Journal of Jewish Studies 30 (1979), 1–22. [Law and Religion]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Legalism and Spirituality: Historical, Philosophical, and Semiotic Notes on Legislators, Adjudicators, and Subjects," in Edwin B. Firmage, Bernard G. Weiss, and John W. Welch, eds., Religion and Law: Biblical-Judaic and Islamic Perspectives, 243–261, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1990. [Courts]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "L’ebraismo come ordinamento giurdico religioso," Daimon: Annuario di diritto comparato della religioni 1 (2001), 165–183; reprinted from "Judaism as a Religious Legal System," in A. Huxley, ed., Religion, Laws and Tradition: Comparative Studies in Religious Law, 34–48, London: Routledge Curzon, 2002. [Law and Religion]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Lex Talionis: Revisiting Daube’s Classic," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 2001. [Talion]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Liability for Mere Intention in Early Jewish Law," Hebrew Union College Annual 42 (1971), 197–225. [Intention]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Literal Meaning: Semantics and Narrative in Biblical Law and Modern Jurisprudence," International Journal for the Semiotics of Law/Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridque 13, no. 4 (2000), 433–457; Italian version: "Significato letterale. Semantica e narrative nel diritto biblico e nella teoria contemporanea del diritto," Ragion Pratica 12 (1999), 153–177. [Interpretation] [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Modelling Biblical Law: The Covenant Code," Chicago-Kent Law Review 70, no. 4 (1995), 1745–1828. [Biblical Law] [Interpretation]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Models in Legal History: The Case of Biblical Law," Journal of Law and Religion 18, no. 1 (2002), 1–30. [Biblical Law] [Interpretation] [Theory of Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Murder," in P.J. Achtemeier, ed., Harper’s Bible Dictionary, 663–664, San Francisco: Harper and Row, 1985. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Natural Law Questions and the Jewish Tradition," Vera Lex 6, no. 2 (1986), 1–2, 6, 10. [Divine Justice] [History of Jewish Law] [Theory of Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Note on Exodus 22:4 (MT)," Journal of Jewish Studies 27 (1976), 138–141. [Theft]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "On the Nature of Analogical Argument in Early Jewish Law," Jewish Law Annual 11 (1994), 137–168. [Theory of Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "On the Tyranny of the Law," Israel Law Review 18, no. 3–4 (1983), 327–347. [Theory of Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Practical Wisdom and Literary Artifice in the Covenant Code," in Bernard S. Jackson and Stephen M. Passamaneck, eds., Jewish Law Association Studies IV: The Jerusalem 1990 Conference Volume, 65–92, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1992. [Biblical Law] [Literary Form]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Principles and Cases: The Theft Laws of Hammurabi," Essays in Jewish and Comparative Legal History (1975), 64–74. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Theft]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Reflections on Biblical Criminal Law," Journal of Jewish Studies 24 (1973), 8–38; reprinted in Essays in Jewish and Comparative Legal History, 25–63, Leiden: Brill, 1975. [Criminal Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Robbery," in P.J. Achtemeier, ed., Harper’s Bible Dictionary, 873–874, San Francisco: Harper and Row, 1985. [Criminal Law] [Theft]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., Semiotics and Legal Theory, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1985. [Theory of Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Some Comparative Legal History: Robbery and Brigandage," Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 1 (1970), 45–103. [History of Biblical Law] [Theft]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Some Current Studies in Jewish Law," Jewish Quarterly 29 (1981), 26–29. [Sources of Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Some Literary Features of the Mishpatim," in Matthias Augustin and Klaus-Dietrich Schunck, eds., Wünschet Jerusalem Frieden, Collected Communications to the XIIth Congress of the International Organization for the Study of the Old Testament, Jerusalem 1986, 235–242, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1988 (Beiheft zur Erforschung des Alten Testaments und des Antiken Judentums 13). [Commentaries]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Some Reflections on Family Law in the Papyri," Jewish Law Association Studies 14: Jerusalem 2002 Conference Volume, 141–177, Binghampton, N.Y.: Global Academic Publishing, 2004. [Parent and Child] [Husband and Wife]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Some Semiotic Questions for Biblical Law," in Abraham M. Fuss, ed., Jewish Law Association Studies III: The Oxford Conference Volume, 1–25, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1987. [Theory of Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Sources and Problems," in Essays in Jewish and Comparative Legal History, 1–24, Leiden: Brill, 1975. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Structuralism and the Notion of Religious Law," Investigaciones Semióticas 2, no. 3 (1982–1983), 1–43. [Theory of Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., Studies in the Semiotics of Biblical Law, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2000. [Biblical Law] [Interpretation] [Literary Form]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Susanna and the Singular History of Singular Witnesses," Acta Juridica (1977), 37–54. [Evidence]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Talion and Purity: Some Glosses on Mary Douglas," in John F.A. Sawyer, ed., Reading Leviticus: A Conversation with Mary Douglas, 107–123, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1996. [Talion]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "The Ceremonial and Judicial: Biblical Law as Sign and Symbol," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 30 (1984), 25–50; reprinted in J.W. Rogerson, The Pentateuch. A Sheffield Reader, 103–127, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1996. [Biblical Law] [Ritual Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "The Concept of Religious Law in Judaism," in Wolfgang Haase, ed., Principat 19/1; Judentum: Allgemeines Palaestinsches Judentum, 33–52, Berlin: W. de Gruyter, 1979. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "The Fence-Breaker and the actio de pastu pecoris in Early Jewish Law," Journal of Jewish Studies 25 (1974), 123–136. [Property]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "The Goring Ox Again," Journal of Juristic Papyrology 18 (1974), 55–93. [Animals]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "The Jewish View of Natural Law," Journal of Jewish Studies 52 (2001), 136–145. [Theory of Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "The Literary Presentation of Multiculturalism in Early Biblical Law," International Journal for the Semiotics of Law/Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique 8, no. 23 (1995), 181–206. [Literary Form]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "The Original Oral Law," in G.W. Brooke, ed., Jewish Ways of Reading the Bible, 3–19, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000 (Journal of Semitic Studies Supplement 11). [Interpretation] [Theory of Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "The Problem of Exodus 21:22–25, Ius Talionis," Vetus Testamentum 23 (1973), 273–304. [Abortion] [Talion]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "The Prophet and the Law in Early Judaism and the New Testament," Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature 4, no. 2 (Fall 1992), 123–166; reprinted in Stephen M. Passamaneck and M. Finley, eds., Jewish Law Association Studies VII: The Paris Conference Volume, 67–112, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1994. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "The Trials of Jesus and Jeremiah," BYU Studies 32, no. 4 (1992), 63–77. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., Theft in Early Jewish Law, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1972. [Theft]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Towards an Integrated Approach to Criminal Law," Criminal Law Review (1979), 621–629. [Criminal Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., "Travels and Travails of the Goring Ox: The Biblical Text in British Sources," in Yitzhak Avishur and Joshua Blau, eds., Studies in Bible and the Ancient Near East Presented to Samuel E. Loewenstamm on His 70th Birthday, 41–56, Jerusalem, Rubinstein, 1978. [Animals] [Sources of Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., review of Anne Fitzpatrick-McKinley, The Transformation of Torah from Scribal Advice to Law, Journal of Semitic Studies 47, no. 2 (2002), 327–333.
  • Jackson, Bernard S., review of Calum M. Carmichael, The Laws of Deuteronomy, Journal of Jewish Studies 27 (1976), 84–86. [Biblical Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., review of F. Crüsemann, The Torah, Theology and Social History of Old Testament Law and of C. Houtman, Das Bundesbuch, Journal of Semitic Studies 45, no. 2 (2000), 368–374.
  • Jackson, Bernard S., ed., Modern Research in Jewish Law, Leiden: Brill, 1980 (Jewish Law Annual supplement 1). [History of Jewish Law]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., ed., "Studies in Jewish Legal History in Honour of David Daube," Journal of Jewish Studies 25 (Fall 1974), 2–226. [Collections of Essays]
  • Jackson, Bernard S., and Stephen M. Passamaneck, eds., Jewish Law Association Studies IV: The Jerusalem 1990 Conference Volume, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1992. [Collections of Essays]
  • Jackson-McCabe, Matt A., Logos and Law in the Letter of James: The Law of Nature, the Law of Moses, and the Law of Freedom, Leiden: Brill, 2001. [New Testament] [Theory of Law]
  • Jacob, Benno, "The Decalogue," Jewish Quarterly Review 15, 141–. [Decalogue]
  • Jacob, Benno, "The First and Second Commandments: An Excerpt from the Commentary on Exodus," Judaism 13 (1964), 3–18. [Decalogue]
  • Jacob, E., "Die altassyrischen Gesetze und ihr Verhältnis zu den Gesetzen des Pentateuch," Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Rechtwissenschaft 41 (1925), 319–387. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Jacob, Genno, "Der Abrahambund (Gen. 15)," Communio Viatorum 7 (1964), 250–264. [Covenant]
  • Jacobs, Joseph, "Notes on the Jews of England under the Angevin Kings," Jewish Quarterly Review 4 (1892), 628–655. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Jacobs, Joseph, The Jews of Angevin England: Documents and Records from Latin and Hebrew Sources, Printed and Manuscripts, London: David Nutt, 1893. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Jacobs, Louis, review of Bernard S. Jackson, Theft in Early Jewish Law, Journal of Jewish Studies 24 (1973), 91–93. [History of Jewish Law] [Theft]
  • Jacobs, Mignon R., "Comparative Analysis of 11QTS66, Leviticus 18:6–18 and Related Texts," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 2002. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Qumran]
  • Jacobsen, Thorkild, "An Ancient Mesopotamian Trial for Homicide," Studia Biblica et Orientalia 3 (1959), 130–150. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Courts] [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Jacobson, Howard, "A Legal Note on Potiphar’s Wife," Harvard Theological Review 69 (1976), 177. [Sexual Offences]
  • Jacobus, Adolf, Der Gottesstaat, Berlin: C.A. Schwetschke, 1923. [Biblical Law]
  • Jaeger, Nicola, Il diritto nella Bibbia: Giustizia Individuale e Sociale nell’Antico e nel Nuovo Testamento, Assisi: Civitate Christiana, 1960.
  • Jagersma, Henk, "The Tithes in the Old Testament," in Bertil Albrektson, ed., Remembering All the Way: A Collection of Old Testament Studies, 116–128, Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1981. [Public Law]
  • Jankowska, N.B., "Middle-Assyrian Act of Self-Manumission from Debt-Slavery" (in Russian), Vestnik Drevnej Istorii 1, no. 188 (1989), 82–85. [Debt] [Slavery]
  • Janowski, Bernd, "Auslösung des verwirkten Lebens: Zur Geschichte und Struktur der biblischen Lösegeldvorstellung," Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche 79, no. 1 (1982), 25–59.
  • Japhet, Sara, "Historical Reliability of Chronicles: History of the Problem and Its Place in Biblical Research," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament33 (1985), 83–107. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Japhet, Sara, "The Prohibition of the Habitation of Women: The Temple Scroll’s Attitude toward Sexual Impurity and Its Biblical Precedents," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society of Columbia University 22 (1993), 69–87. [Sexual Offences]
  • Japhet, Sara, "The Relationship between the Legal Corpora in the Pentateuch in Light of Manumission Laws," Scripta Hierosolymitana 31 (1986), 63–89. [Slavery]
  • Jay, Nancy, "Sacrifice as Remedy for Having Been Born of Woman," in Clarissa W. Atkinson and others, eds., Immaculate and Powerful: The Female in Sacred Image and Social Reality, 283–309, Boston: Beacon Press, 1985. [Ritual Law]
  • Jay, William, An Examination of the Mosaic Laws of Servitude, New York: M.W. Dodd, 1854. [Slavery]
  • Jelinkova-Reymond, Par E., "Deux contrats demotiques concernant la vente des revenus liturgiques," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 3, no. 1 (1954), 23–48. [Contract]
  • Jellicoe, Sidney, Studies in the Septuagint: Origins, Recensions, and Interpretations, New York: KTAV, 1974.
  • Jellicoe, Sidney, The Septuagint and Modern Study, Oxford: Clarendon, 1968; reprint, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1993.
  • Jepsen, Alfred, "Amah and Schiphcha," Vestnik Drevnei Istorii 8 (1958), 293–297, 425; also in Vetus Testamentum 8 (1958), 293–297. [Slavery]
  • Jepsen, Alfred, "Beiträge zur Auslegung und Geschichte des Dekalogs," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 79 (1967), 277–304. [Decalogue]
  • Jepsen, Alfred, "Berith: Ein Beitrag zur Theologie der Exilszeit," in Arnulf Kuschke, ed., Verbannung und Heimkehr: Beiträge zur Geschichte und Theologie Israels im 6 und 5 Jarhundert v. Chr., 161–179, Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr, 1961. [Covenant]
  • Jepsen, Alfred, "Du sollst nicht toten," Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirchenzeitung 13 (1959), 384–. [Decalogue]
  • Jepsen, Alfred, "Israel und das Gesetz," Theologische Literaturzeitung 93 (1968), 85–94. [Law and Religion]
  • Jepsen, Alfred, "Untersuchungen zum Bundesbuch," Beiträge zur Wissenschaft vom Alten und Neuen Testament 41 (1927). [Biblical Law]
  • Jeremias, Alfred, Das Alte Testament im Lichte des alten Orients: Handbuch zur biblisch-orientalischen Altertumskunde, Leipzig: Hinrichs, 1904; 2nd ed., 1906; 3rd ed., 1916; 4th ed., 1930; English translation of 2nd ed. by C.L. Beaumont: The Old Testament in the Light of the Ancient East, 2 vols., London: Williams and Norgate, 1911 (Theological Translation Library 28–29]). [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Jeremias, Joachim, The Parables of Jesus, New York: Scribner’s Sons, 1962. [New Testament—Parables]
  • Jervell, Jacob S., "Die offenbarte und die verborgene Tora; zur Vorstellung über die neue Tora im Rabbinismus," Studia Theologica 25, no. 2 (1971), 90–108. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Jervell, Jacob S., "The Law in Luke-Acts," Harvard Theological Review 64 (1971), 21–36. [New Testament]
  • Jethanna, C.D., The Covenant and Covenant Making in the Pentateuch, Hamburg: dissertation, 1967. [Covenant]
  • Jewett, Robert, "The Law and the Coexistence of Jew and Gentiles in Romans," Interpretation 39 (October 1985), 341–356. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Jimenez Urresti, Teodoro Ignacio, "La apelacion a ‘la voluntad de Cristo,’ argumento teológico por logica normativa, en materias institucionales de la iglesia," Salmanticensis 29 (September 1982), 341–382. [New Testament]
  • Jirku, Anton, Das weltliche Recht im Alten Testament, Stilgeschichtliche und rechtsvergleichende Studien zu den juristischen Gesetzen des Pentateuchs, Gütersloh, 1927. [Biblical Law]
  • Jocz, Jakób, "Jesus and the Law," Judaica 26 (1970), 105–124. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Jocz, Jakób, The Covenant: A Theology of Human Destiny, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 1968. [Covenant]
  • Johns, Claude Hermann Walter., The Oldest Code of Laws in the World: The Code of Laws Promulgated by Hammurabi, King of Babylon 2285–2242 B.C., Edinburgh: T. and T. Clark, 1903. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Johns, Claude Hermann Walter, "The Laws of Israel and Babylon," in Schweich Lectures, 1912. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Johns, Claude Hermann Walter, The Relations between the Laws of Babylonia and the Laws of the Hebrew Peoples, 2d ed., London: British Academy by H. Milford, 1917. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Johnson, Arthur L., "Sex, Sin, and Society," Dialog 5 (Winter 1966), 18–29. [Sexual Offences]
  • Johnson, Aubrey Rodway, Sacral Kingship in Ancient Israel, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1955. [Kingship]
  • Johnson, Aubrey Rodway, The Vitality of the Individual in the Thought of Ancient Israel, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1964. [Biblical Law]
  • Johnson, Bo, Rättfärdigheten i Bibeln, Göteborg: Förlagshuset Gothia, 1985. [Terminology]
  • Johnson, Marshall D., "The Paralysis of Torah in Habakkuk I 4," Vetus Testamentum 35 (1985), 257–266. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Johnson, Ronald W., "The Christian and the State: Romans 13:1–7," Review & Expositor 97, no. 1 (Winter 2000), 91–95. [Law and Religion] [New Testament]
  • Johnston, L., "Old Testament Morality," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 20 (1958), 19–25. [Sexual Offences] [Theory of Law]
  • Johnstone, William, "The ‘Ten Commandments’: Some Recent Interpretations," Expository Times 100 (1989), 453–459. [Decalogue]
  • Johnstone, William, "The Decalogue and the Redaction of the Sinai Pericope in Exodus," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 100 (1988), 361–385. [Decalogue]
  • Jones, Geraint Vaughan, The Art and Truth of the Parables, London: Society for Promotion of Christian Knowledge, 1964. [New Testament—Parables]
  • Jones, John Walter, The Law and Legal Theory of the Greeks, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1956. [Comparative Studies—Greek]
  • Joosten, Jan, "Covenant Theology in the Holiness Code," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 4 (1998), 145–164. [Covenant]
  • Joosten, Jan, "Limprication des codes législatifs dans le récit du Pentateuque: Le cas du code de sainteté (Lévitique 17–26)," in E. Levy, ed., La Codification des lois dans l’antiquité. Actes du colloque de Strasbourg 27–29 Novembre 1997, 125–139, Paris: de Boccard, 2000. [Codification] [Sources of Law]
  • Joosten, Jan, People and the Land in the Holiness Code: An Exegetical Study of the Ideational Framework of the Law in Leviticus 17–26, Leiden: Brill, 1996. [Property]
  • Jordan, Gregory D., "Usury, Slavery, and Land-Tenure: The Nuzi Tidennutu Transaction," Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 80 (1991), 76–92. [Biblical Law] [Comparative Studies—Nuzi] [Property] [Slavery] [Usury]
  • Jordan, James R., "The Pentateuch and Its Early Mesopotamian and Syrian Parallels," Fides et Historia 12 (1979), 76–77. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Jossa, Giorgio, Il Processo di Gesu, Brescia: Paideia Editrice, 2002 (Studi biblici 133). [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Journet, Charles, "L’economie de loi mosaique," Revue Thomiste 63 (1963), 5–36, 193–224, 515–547. [Biblical Law]
  • Juel, Donald H., Messiah and Temple: The Trial of Jesus in the Gospel of Mark, Missoula, Mont.: Scholars Press, 1977. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Jung, Moses, The Jewish Law of Theft: With Comparative Reference to Roman and English Law, Philadelphia: thesis, Dropsie College, 1929. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Theft]
  • Jüngling, Hans-Winfried, "‘Auge für Auge, Zahn für Zahn.’ Bemerkungen zu Sinn und Geltung der alttestamentlichen Talionsformel," Theologie und Philosophie 59 (1984), 1–38. [Talion]
  • Junker, H., "Segen als heilsgeschichte Motivwort im Alten Testament," Sacra Pagina 1 (1959), 548–558. [Biblical Law]


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  • Kabazzi-Kisirinya, Serapio, "Interpreting the Old Testament in Africa: Last Will, Contract or Covenant?" in Mary Getui, Knut Holter, and Victor Zinkuratire, eds., Interpreting the Old Testament in Africa: Papers from the International Symposium on Africa and the Old Testament in Nairobi, October 1999, 189–192, Oxford: Lang, 2001. [Contract] [Covenant] [Interpretation] [Succession]
  • Kaczynski, E., "Lex spiritus in S. Paolo e la sua interpretzione in S. Tommaso," Angelicum 59 (1982), 255–474. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Kader, David, "Torts and Torah," Journal of Law and Religion 4, no. 1 (1986), 161–171. [Torts]
  • Kahana, Kopel, The Theory of Marriage in Jewish Law, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1966. [Marriage]
  • Kaikkonen, E., "Kristitty ja laki Roomalaiskirjeen 7 luvun valossa," Teologinen Aikakauskirja 61 (1956), 75–82.
  • Kaiser, Otto, "Das Deuteronomium und Platons Nomoi: Einladung zu einem Vergleich," in Reinhard Gregor Kratz and Hermann Spieckermann, eds., Liebe und Gebot: Studien zum Deuteronomium. Festschrift zum 70. Geburtstag von Lothar Perlitt, 60–79, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 2000. [Comparative Studies—Greek]
  • Kaiser, Otto, "Gerechtigkeit und Heil bei den israelitischen Propheten und griechischen Denkern des 8.-6. Jahrhunderts," Neue Zeitschrift für Systematische Theologie und Religionsphilosophie 11 (1969), 312–328. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Kaiser, Otto, "Traditionsgeschichtliche Untersuchung von Genesis 15," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 70 (1958), 107–126. [Covenant]
  • Kaiser, Otto, review of Karl-Joachim Hölkeskamp, Schiedsrichter, Gestzgeber und Gestzgebung im archaischen Griechenland, Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 6 (2000), 358–361. [Comparative Studies—Greek]
  • Kallenbach, Walter Dustin, Law and Commandment, St. Paul, Minn.: Northland Publishing House, 1938. [Decalogue]
  • Kalluveettil, Paul, Declaration and Covenant: A Comprehensive Review of Covenant Formulae from the Old Testament and the Ancient Near East, Rome: Pontifical Biblical Institute Press, 1982. [Covenant]
  • Kalugila, Leonidas, The Wise King: Studies in Royal Wisdom as Divine Revelation in the Old Testament and Its Environment, Lund: CWK Gleerup, 1980 (Coniectanea Biblica 15). [Kingship] [Prophecy and Law]
  • Kaminsky, Joel S., Corporate Responsibility in the Hebrew Bible, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995. [Collective Responsibility] [Commercial]
  • Kampen, John, "‘Righteousness’ in Matthew and the Legal Texts from Qumran," in Moshe Bernstein and others, eds., Legal Texts and Legal Issues: Proceedings of the Second Meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies, Cambridge 1995: Published in Honour of Joseph M. Baumgarten, 461–487, Leiden: Brill, 1997. [New Testament] [Qumran] [Sources of Law] [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Kandler, Karl-Herman, "Evangelium nihil aliud quam expositio legis; zum Verhältnis von Gesetz und Evangelium und Altem und Neuem Testament bei Humbert," Neue Zeitschrift für Systematische Theologie und Religionphilosophie 4, no. 1 (1962), 1–10.
  • Kantorowitz, C.H., "Al Sheure Hamishpat Shebirushalayim: On the Law Courses in Jerusalem," Hamishpat Haivri 1 (1926), 145–146. [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Kapelrud, Arvid S., "Israels Propheten und das Recht," Svensk Exegetisk Arsbok 18–19 (1953–1954), 17–31. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Kapelrud, Arvid S., "Some Recent Points of Views on the Time and Origin of the Decalogue," Studia Theologica 18 (1964), 81–90. [Decalogue]
  • Kapelrud, Arvid S., "The Date of the Priestly Code," Annual of the Swedish Theological Institute 3 (1964), 58–64. [Sources—Biblical]
  • Kaplan, Kalman J., and Matthew B. Schwartz, "Freedom, Creativity, and Suicide in Greek and Biblical Thought: The Anomaly of Masada," Journal of Psychology and Judaism 18 (1994), 205–218. [Comparative Studies—Greek] [Suicide]
  • Kaplan, Yehiel S., review of N.S. Hecht and others, eds., An Introduction to the History and Sources of Jewish Law, Journal of Jewish Studies 49 (Spring 1998), 166–167. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Kardimon, Samson, "Adoption as a Remedy for Infertility in the Period of the Patriarchs," Journal of Semitic Studies 3 (1958), 123–126. [Adoption]
  • Karl, S., Mishnaiot Pesahim im biur hadash, Lvov, 1925. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Karl, Zvi, Toldot ha-mishpat ha’ivri, Tel-Aviv, 1953. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Karpinski, Leszek, "Stan badan nad Ksiega Przymierza i jej zwiazki z innymi zbiorami prawnymi starozytnego Bliskiego Wschoudu (Pol.), Der gegenwartige Stand der Erforschung des Bundesbuches und seiner Zusammenhang . . .," Meander 19 (1964), 18–26. [Biblical Law]
  • Kasher, Hannah, "‘Torah for Its Own Sake,’ ‘Torah Not for Its Own Sake,’ and the Third Way," Jewish Quarterly Review 79 (1988–1989), 153–163. [Legal Education]
  • Kaspar, K.H., Die priesterschriftliche Bericht von "Noahbund" Genesis 9:1–17, Münster: dissertation, 1969. [Covenant]
  • Katz, Dina, "Inanna’s Descent and Undressing the Dead as a Divine Law," Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 85 (1995), 221–233. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Katz, Jacob Halakhah Ba-Metsar, Divine Law in Human Hands: Case Studies in Halakhic Flexibility, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1998. [Divine Justice] [Interpretation] [Prophecy and Law]
  • Katz, Mordecai, Protection of the Weak in the Talmud, New York: Columbia University Press, 1925, 1966. [Discrimination] [Social Protection]
  • Katz, Rivka, "Justice, Law and Morality," in H.G. Sprecher, ed., Jewish Law Association Studies 10: The Jerusalem 1998 Conference Volume, 85–92, Binghamton, N.Y.: Global Publications, State University of New York at Binghamton, 2000. [Law and Religion] [Sexual Offences] [Theory of Law]
  • Katz, S., Talmudisch-rabbinische Sätze über Rechtsbeziehungen zu Nichtjuden, Berlin, 1925. [Influence of Jewish Law]
  • Katz, Wilber G., "Christ and Law," Oklahoma Law Journal 12 (1959), 57. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Kaufman, Philip S., "Anti-Semitism in the New Testament: The Witness of the Beloved Disciple," Worship 63 (1989), 386–401. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Kaufman, S.A., "The Second Table of the Decalogue and the Implicit Categories of Ancient Near Eastern Law," in John H. Marks and Robert M. Good, eds., Love & Death in the Ancient Near East. Essays in Honor of Marvin H. Pope, 111–116, Guildford, Conn.: Four Quarters, 1987. [Decalogue]
  • Kaufman, Stephen A., "A Reconstruction of the Social Welfare Systems of Ancient Israel," in W. Boyd Barrick and John R. Spencer, eds., In the Shelter of Elyon: Essays on Ancient Palestinian Life and Literature in Honor of G.W. Ahlström, 277–286, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, 1984. [Social Protection]
  • Kaufman, Stephen A., "An Assyro-Aramaic ‘egirtu sa sulmu,’" in Maria de Jong Ellis, ed., Essays on the Ancient Near East: In Memory of Jacob Joel Finkelstein, 119–127, Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books, 1977. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Kaufman, Stephen A., "Deuteronomy XV and Recent Research on the Dating of P," in Norbert Lohfink, ed., Das Deuteronomium: Entstehung, Gestalt und Botschaft, 273–276, Leuven: Uitgeverij Peeters, 1985. [Sources—Biblical]
  • Kaufman, Stephen A., "The Structure of the Deuteronomic Law," Northwest Semitic Languages and Literatures 1 (1978), 105–158. [Biblical Law]
  • Kaufmann, Yehezkel, "Der Kalender und das Alter der Priesterkodex," Vetus Testamentum 4 (1954), 407–413. [Ritual Law]
  • Kaufmann, Yehezkel, The Religion of Israel: From Its Beginning to the Babylonian Exile, Chicago: University of Chicago, 1960. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Kaulen, Franz, Assyrien und Babylonien Nach den Neuesten Entdeckungen, 5th ed., Freiburg: Hersherder, 1899. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Kawashima, Robert S., "The Jubilee Year and the Return of Cosmic Purity," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 65 (2003), 370–389. [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Ritual Law]
  • Kaye, Bruce, and Gordon Wenham, eds., Law, Morality, and the Bible: A Symposium, Downers Grove, Ill.: Inter-Varsity Press, 1978. [Sexual Offences] [Theory of Law]
  • Keck, Leander E., "The Law and ‘The Law of Sin and Death’ (Romans 8:1–4): Reflections on the Spirit and Ethics in Paul," in James L. Crenshaw and Samuel Sandmel, eds., The Divine Helmsman: Studies on God’s Control of Human Events, Presented to Lou H. Silberman, 41–57, New York: Ktav, 1980. [New Testament]
  • Keim, Paul, "‘Cursed Be . . .’ Mundane Malediction and Sacral Sanction in Biblical Law," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1994. [Curses] [Sanctions]
  • Kellner, Menachem Marc, Maimonides on the Decline of the Generations and the Nature of Rabbinic Authority, Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, 1996. [History of Jewish Law] [Interpretation]
  • Kenik, Helen Ann, "Code of Conduct for a King: Psalm 101," Journal of Biblical Literature 95, no. 3 (1976), 391–403. [Kingship]
  • Kennedy, James M., "The Social Background of Early Israel’s Rejection of Cultic Images: A Proposal," Biblical Theology Bulletin 17 (1987), 138–144. [Ritual Law]
  • Kennett, Austin, Bedouin Justice: Laws & Customs among the Egyptian Bedouin, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1925. [Comparative Studies—Egyptian]
  • Kennett, Robert Hatch, Ancient Hebrew Social Life and Custom as Indicated in Law, Narrative, and Metaphor, London: H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1933. [Biblical Law]
  • Kennett, Robert H., Deuteronomy and the Decalogue, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1902. [Decalogue]
  • Kent, Charles Foster, Israel’s Laws and Precedents: From the Days of Moses to the Closing of the Legal Canon, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1907. [Biblical Law]
  • Kerkeslager, Allen, "Maintaining Jewish Identity in the Greek Gymnasium: A ‘Jewish Load’ in CPJ 3.519 (P. Schub. 37 = P. Berol. 13406)," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Period 28, no. 1 (1997), 12–33. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Kermack, Stuart Grace, A Handbook of the Law of Criminal Procedure in Palestine, Jerusalem: Tarbuth, 1928. [Criminal Law] [Procedure]
  • Kerr, Alastair J., "Zacchaeus’s Decision to Make Fourfold Restitution," Expository Times 98 (1986), 68–71. [New Testament]
  • Kertelge, Karl, "Gesetz und Freiheit im Galaterbrief," New Testament Studies 30 (July 1984), 382–394. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Kessler, Rainer, "Das hebräische Schuldenwesen, Terminologie and Metaphorik," Wort und Dienst 20 (1989), 181–195. [Kingship]
  • Kessler, Rainer, "Die Sklavin als Ehefrau: Zur Stellung der ’Amah," Vetus Testamentum 52 (2002), 501–512. [Marriage] [Slavery] [Status—Women]
  • Kessler, Rainer, "‘Ich weiss, dass mein Erlöser lebet’: Sozialgeschichtlicher Hintergrund und theologische Bedeutung der Löser-vorstellung in Hiob 19:25," Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche 89 (1992), 139–158. [Biblical Law]
  • Kessler, Rainer, Staat und Gesellschaft im vorexilischen Juda: Vom 8 Jahrhundert Bis Zum Exil, Bethel: dissertation, 1990. [Kingship]
  • Kessler, Rainer, "Zwischen Tempel und Tora: Das Michabuch im Diskurs der Perserzeit," Biblische Zeitschrift 44 (2000), 21–36. [History of Biblical Law] [Ritual Law]
  • Kessler, Werner, "Die literarische, historische, und theologische Problematik des Dekalogs," Vetus Testamentum 7 (1957), 1–16. [Decalogue]
  • Kestemont, Guy, "Le traité entre Mursil II de Hatti et Niqmepa d’Ugarit," Ugarit-Forschungen 6 (1974), 85–127. [Comparative Studies—Ugarit]
  • Kestenberg-Gladstein, Ruth, "Differences of Estates within Pre-emancipation Jewry," Journal of Jewish Studies 5 (1954), 156–166. [Property]
  • Kevan, Ernest F., "The Covenants and the Interpretation of the Old Testament," Evangelical Quarterly 26 (1954), 19–28. [Covenant] [Interpretation]
  • Kevers, Paul, "Étude littéraire de Genèse 34," Revue Biblique 87 (January 1980), 38–86. [Biblical Law]
  • Kilgallen, John J., "Jesus’ First Trial: Messiah and Son of God (Luke 22,66–71)," Biblica 80, no. 3 (1999), 401–414. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Kilgallen, John J., "The Plan of the ‘NOMIKOS’ (Luke 10:25–37)," New Testament Studies 42 (1996), 615–619. [New Testament—Parables]
  • Kilian, Rudolf, "Apodikisches und kasuistiches Recht: im Licht ägyptischer Analogien," in Wolfgang Werner and Jürgen Werlitz, Studien zu alttestamentlichen Texten und Situationen, 7–30, Stuttgart: Verlag Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1999. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Literary Form]
  • Kilian, Rudolf, "Apodikisches und kasuistiches Recht: im Licht ägyptischer Parallelen," Biblische Zeitschrift, n.s., 7 (1963), 185–202. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Kilian, Rudolf, Literarkritische und formgeschichtliche Untersuchung des Heiligkeitsgesetzes, Bonn: P. Hanstein, 1963, (Bonner Biblische Beiträge 19). [Literary Form]
  • Kim-hi, Joseph, The Book of the Covenant of Joseph Kim-hi, trans. Frank Talmage, Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1972. [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Kingsbury, E.L., "Law as Compact: Ancient Israel’s Contributions to the Understanding of Law," Journal of Human Relations 15 (1967), 411–422. [Theory of Law]
  • Kingston, William, "Property Rights and the Making of Christendom," Journal of Law and Religion 9 (1992), 373–397. [Property]
  • Kinman, Brent, "Appoint the Despised as Judges! (1 Corinthians 6:4)," Tyndale Bulletin 48, no. 2 (1997), 345–354. [Legal Profession] [New Testament] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Kinnier-Wilson, J.V., "Leprosy in Ancient Mesopotamia," Revue d’Assyriologie et d’Archélogie Orientale 60 (1966), 47–58. [Medico-Legal Issues]
  • Kinoshita, K., A Study of the Decalogue, New York, 1963. [Decalogue]
  • Kippenberg, Hans G., "Die Entlassung aus Schuldknechtschaft im antiken Judäa: Eine Legitimitätsvorstellung von Verwandtschaftsgruppen," in Günter Kehrer, ed., "Vor Gott sind alle gleich": Soziale Gleichheit, soziale Ungleichheit und die Religionen, 74–104, Düsseldorf: Patmos Verlag, 1983. [Debt]
  • Kirsch, Daniel, "Revisiting Ahimeleks Defense against Conspiracy in 1 Samuel 22," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 2001. [Criminal Law]
  • Kirsch, [Rabbi], Der Erstgeborene nach mosaisch-talmud: Recht, Frankfurt am Mein: Kauffmann, 1901. [Succession]
  • Kirschenbaum, Aaron, "A Cog in the Wheel: The Defense of ‘Obedience to Superior Orders,’" in Jewish Law, Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University, 1974. [Criminal Law]
  • Kirschenbaum, Aaron, Self-Incrimination in Jewish Law, New York: Burning Bush Press, 1970. [Evidence]
  • Kissinger, Warren S., The Parables of Jesus: A History of Interpretation and Bibliography, Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1979. [Bibliography] [Interpretation] [New Testament—Parables]
  • Kitz, Anne Marie, "Prophecy as Divination," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 65 (2003), 22–42. [Prophecy and Law]
  • Kitz, Anne Marie, "Undivided Inheritance and Lot Casting in the Book of Joshua," Journal of Biblical Literature 119 (2000), 601–618. [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Property] [Succession]
  • Kitzberger, Ingrid Rosa, "Paulus zwischen Missverständnis und (Anti-)feminismus: Zu Zwei Neueren Publikation en Von Norbert Baumert," Biblische Zeitschrift 38 (1994), 243–253. [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Women]
  • Klassen, William, "The King as ‘Living Law’ with Particular Reference to Musonius Rufus," Studies in Religion 14, no. 1 (1985), 63–71. [Kingship]
  • Klauck, H.J., "Alle Jubeljahre," Biblische Zeitschrift 39 (1995), 1–27. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Klein, Hans, "Natur und Recht: Israels Umgang mit dem Hochzeitsbrauchtum seiner Umwelt," Theologische Zeitschrift 37 (1981), 3–18. [Husband and Wife]
  • Klein, Hans, "Verbot des Menschendiebstahls im Dekalog: Prüfung einer These Albrecht Alts," Vetus Testamentum 26 (April 1976), 161–169. [Decalogue]
  • Klein, J., Das Gesetz über das gerichtliche Beweisverfahren nach mosiasch- talmudischem Recht, Halle, 1885. [Evidence]
  • Klein, Mordell, ed., Passover, Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1973. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Klima, J., "Die juristischen Gegebenheiten in den Prologen und Epilogen der mesopotamischen Gesetzeswerke," in Travels in the World of the Old Testament, 146–169, Assen, 1974 (Festschrift M.A. Beek). [Law and the Prophets]
  • Klima, J., "Intorno al principio del taglione nelle leggi pre-hammurapiche," in E. Volterra, ed., Studi in onore di Pietro de Francisci, Milano: Guiffrè, 1956. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
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  • Klima, J., Untersuchungen zum altbabylonischen Erbrecht, 1940 (Monographien des Archiv Orientálni 8). [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Klima, J., H. Petschow, G. Cardasicia, and V. Korosec, Gesetze, Reallexikon der Assyriologie 3:243–297.
  • Kline, Meredith George, By Oath Consigned: A Reinterpretation of the Covenant Signs of Circumcision and Baptism, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 1968. [Oath]
  • Kline, Meredith George, "Dynastic Covenant," Westminster Theological Journal 23 (1960), 1–15. [Covenant]
  • Kline, Meredith George, "Lex Talionis and the Human Fetus," Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 20 (Summer 1977), 193–201. [Talion]
  • Kline, Meredith George, "Oath and Ordeal Signs," Westminster Theological Journal 28 (1965), 1–37. [Oath]
  • Kline, Meredith George, "The Intrusion and the Decalogue," Westminster Theological Journal 16 (1953), 1–22. [Decalogue]
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  • Kline, Meredith George, "Two Tables of the Covenant," Western Theological Journal 22 (May 1960), 133–146. [Covenant]
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  • Klingenberg, Eberhard, "The Roman Imperial Legislation Prohibiting Jews from Owning Gentile Slaves," in Bernard S. Jackson, ed., Jewish law Association Studies IV: The Boston Conference Volume, 89–98, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1992. [Slavery]
  • Klingenberg, Eberhard, "Urteil, Schiedsspruch, und Vergleich im römischen, griechischen und jüdischen Recht," in E.L. Ehrlich, B. Klappert, and U. Ast, eds., "Wie gut sind Deine Zelte, Jaakow . .," Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Reinhold Mayer, 63–75, Gerlingen: Bleicher, 1986. [Procedure]
  • Klinghardt, Matthias, Gesetz und Volk Gottes: Das lukanische Verständnis des Gesetzes nach Herkunft, Funktion und seinem Ort in der Geschichte des Urchristentums, Tübingen: Mohr, 1988. [New Testament]
  • Klinghardt, Matthias, "Sünde und Gericht von Christen bei Paulus," Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der Älteren Kirche 88 (1997), 56–80. [New Testament] [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
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  • Knauf, Ernst Axel, "Zur Herkunft und Sozialgeschichte Israels: ‘Das Böckchen in der Milch Seiner Mutter,’" Biblica 69 (1988), 153–169. [Ritual Law]
  • Knauth, Robin J. Dewitt, "Debt Release: Cancelled, Suspended or Completed? Double Payment for Sins?" presented at Society of Biblical Law annual meeting, 1998. [Debt] [Penalities]
  • Knierim, Rolf P., "Customs, Judges, and Legislators in Ancient Israel," in Craig A. Evans and William F. Stinespring, eds., Early Jewish and Christian Exegesis: Studies in Memory of William Hugh Brownlee, 3–15, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1987 (Scholars Press Homage Series). [Biblical Law] [Legal Profession]
  • Knierim, Rolf, "Das erste Gebot," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 77 (1965), 20–39. [Decalogue]
  • Knierim, Rolf, Die Hauptbegriffe für Sünde im Alten Testament, Gütersloh, Germany: Gerd Mohn, 1965. [Terminology]
  • Knierim, Rolf, "Exodus 18 und die Neuordnung der mosaischen Gerichtsbarkeit," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 73 (1961), 146–171. [Courts]
  • Knierim, Rolf, Studien zur israelitischen Rechts- und Kultusgeschichte, Heidelberg, 1962–1963. [Biblical Law]
  • Knierim, Rolf, "The Composition of the Pentateuch," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 24 (1985), 393–415. [Biblical Law]
  • Knierim, Rolf, "The Problem of Ancient Israel’s Prescriptive Legal Traditions," in Dale Patrick, ed., Thinking Biblical Law, 7–25, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1989 (Semeia 45). [Biblical Law]
  • Knight, Douglas A., "The Pentateuch," in Douglas A. Knight and Gene M. Tucker, eds., The Hebrew Bible and Its Modern Interpreters, 263–296, Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1985. [Biblical Law]
  • Knight, Douglas A., "Village Law and the Book of the Covenant," in Saul M. Olyan and Robert C. Culley, eds., A Wise and Discerning Mind: Essays in Honor of Burke O. Long, 163–179, Providence, R.I.: Brown University, 2000 (Brown Judaic Studies 325). [Covenant] [Public Law]
  • Knight, Douglas A., "Whose Agony? Whose Ecstacy? The Politics of Deuteronomic Law," in David Penchansky and Paul L. Redditt, eds., Shall Not the Judge of All the Earth Do What Is Right? Studies on the Nature of God in Tribute to James L. Crenshaw, 97–112, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2000. [Biblical Law] [Divine Justice]
  • Knohl, Israel, "The Priestly Torah versus the Holiness School: Sabbath and the Festivals," Hebrew Union College Annual 58 (1987), 65–117. [Biblical Law] [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Knohl, Israel, "NGLWT WNSTRWT—the Revealed and Hidden Torah: A Response to Joseph M. Baumgarten," Jewish Quarterly Review 85 (1994), 103–108. [Qumran]
  • Knoppers, Gary N., "An Achaemenid Imperial Authorization of Torah in Yehud?" in James W. Watts, Persia and Torah: The Theory of Imperial Authorization of the Pentateuch, 115–134, Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2001 (Society of Biblical Literature Symposium Series 17). [Codification] [History of Biblical Law] [Kingship]
  • Knoppers, Gary N., "Ancient Near Eastern Royal Grants and the Davidic Covenant: A Parallel?" Journal of the American Oriental Society 166 (1996), 670–697. [Covenant] [Kingship]
  • Knoppers, Gary N., "Jehoshaphat and ‘The Scroll of YHWH’s Torah,’" paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1992. [Courts]
  • Knoppers, Gary N., "Jehoshaphat’s Judiciary and ‘The Scroll of Yhwh’s Torah,’" Journal of Biblical Literature 113 (1994), 59–80. [Courts]
  • Knoppers, Gary N., "Land Grant and Covenant: An Examination of a Proposed Parallel," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1994. [Covenant] [Property]
  • Knoppers, Gary N., "Rethinking the Relationship between Deuteronomy and the Deuteronomic History: The Case of Kings," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 63, no. 3 (2001), 393–415. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Knoppers, Gary N., "The Deuteronomist and the Deuteronomic Law of the King: A Reexamination of a Relationship," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 108, no. 3 (1996), 329–346. [Biblical Law] [History of Biblical Law] [Kingship]
  • Knoppers, Gary N., "The Preferential Status of the Eldest Son Revoked?" in Steven L. McKenzie, Thomas Römer, and Hans Henrich eds., Rethinking the Foundations: Historiography in the Ancient World and in the Bible: Essays in Honour of John Van Seters, 115–126, Berlin: de Gruyter, 2000. [Parent and Child] [Property] [Succession]
  • Kobrin, Lawrence A., "What Should a ‘Jewish’ Law School Be?" Tradition 14 (1974), 15–27. [Legal Education]
  • Koch, Klaus, "Der Spruch ‘Sein Blut bleibe auf seinem Haupt’ und die israelitische Auffassung vom vergossenen Blut," Vetus Testamentum 12 (1962) 396–416; reprinted in Wege der Forschung 125 (1972), 432–456. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Koch, Klaus, "Die Eigenart der priesterschriftlichen Sinaigesetzgebung," Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche 55, no. 1 (1958), 36–51. [Biblical Law]
  • Koch, Klaus, "Ezra and the Origins of Judaism," Journal of Semitic Studies 19 (Fall 1974), 173–197. [Decalogue] [History of Biblical Law]
  • Koch, Klaus, Ezra and the Problem of Postexilic Law, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Koch, Klaus, "Geist, Bund und Gesetz," Am Tisch des Wortes 3 (1965), 45–61. [Covenant]
  • Koch, Klaus, "Gibt es ein Vergeltungsdogma im Alten Testament," Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche 52 (1955), 1–42. [Biblical Law]
  • Koch, Klaus, "Sühne und Sündenvergebung um die Wende von der exilischen zur nachexilischen Zeit," Evangelische Theologie 26 (1966), 217–239. [Ritual Law]
  • Koch, Klaus, "Tempeleinlassliturgien und Dekaloge," in Rolf Rendtorff and Klaus Koch, eds., Studien zur Theologie der alttestamentlichen Überlieferungen: Gerhard von Rad Zum 60 Geburtstag, 45–60, Neukirchen: Neukirchener Verlag, 1961. [Decalogue]
  • Koch, Klaus, "Testimonio," Encyclopedia Biblica 6 (1965), 985–988. [Evidence]
  • Koch, Klaus, The Growth of the Biblical Tradition: The Form Critical Method, trans. S.M. Cupitt, New York: Scribner’s, 1969. [Form Criticism]
  • Köckert, Matthias, "Zum literargeschichtlichen Ort des Prophetengesetzes Dtn 18 zwischen dem Jeremiabuch und Dtn 13," in Reinhard Gregor Kratz and Hermann Spieckermann, eds., Liebe und Gebot. Studien zum Deuteronomium. Festschrift zum 70. Geburtstag von Lothar Perlitt, 80–100, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 2000. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Koffmahn, Elisabeth, Die Doppelurkunden aus der Wüste Juda: Recht und Praxis d Jüdischen Papyri d 1 und 2 Jahrhunderts Nach Christ Samt Übertragung d Texte, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1968. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic]
  • Koffmahn, Elisabeth, "Die Restitutionsklausel in den aramäischen Vertragsurkunden von Murabba’ât," Revue de Qumran 4 (1963), 412–427. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic] [Remedies]
  • Kohler, Joseph, "Über Gewohnheitsrecht," in Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Rechtwissenschaft, 1889.
  • Kohler, Kaufmann, "Die Bibel und die Todesstrafe. Eine Zeitfrage vom kritisch-historischen Standpunkt betrachtet," in Studies, Addresses, and Personal Papers, 149–173, 592, New York: Bloch, 1868, 1931. [Sanctions]
  • Köhler, Ludwig, "Archäologisches Numbers 22–23 Zu Exodus 22:8. Ein Beitrag zur Kenntnis des hebräischen Rechts," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 46 (1928), 213–220. [Theft]
  • Köhler, Ludwig, Der hebräische Mensche, Eine Skizze, Mit einem Anhang: Die hebräische Rechtsgemeinde, Tübingen: Mohr, 1953. [Biblical Law]
  • Köhler, Ludwig, "Die hebräische Rechtsgemeinde (1931)," in Der hebräische Mensch, 143–171, Tübingen, 1953. [Biblical Law]
  • Köhler, Ludwig, "Justice in the Gate," in Hebrew Man: Lectures Delivered at the Invitation of the University of Tübingen, December 1–16, 1952, trans. Peter R. Ackroyd, 127–150, London: SCM Press, 1956. [Courts] [Divine Justice] [Procedure]
  • Kohn, Risa Levitt, "Prophet Like Moses? Rethinking Ezekiel’s Relationship to the Torah," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 114 (2002), 236–254. [Biblical Law] [Law and the Prophets]
  • Kollmann, Bernard, "Das Schwurverbot Matthew 5:33–37, Jakob 5:12 im Spiegel antiker Eidkritik," Biblische Zeitschrift 40, no. 2 (1996), 179–193. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law] [Oath]
  • König, Eduard, "Zur Erklärung und Geschichte des Dekalogs," Neue Kirchliche Zeitschrift 12 (1901), 378. [Decalogue]
  • Konvitz, Milton R., "Conscience and Civil Disobedience in Jewish, Christian, and Greek and Roman Thought," Hastings Law Journal 29 (1978), 1619. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Comparative Studies—Greek] [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Konvitz, Milton R., Judaism and the American Idea, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1978. [Influence of Jewish Law]
  • Koperski, Veronica, What Are They Saying about Paul and the Law? New York: Paulist, 2001. [Interpretation] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Koppel, Moshe, Meta-Halakhah: Logic, Intuition, and the Unfolding of Jewish Law, Northvale, N.J.: Jason Aronson, 1997. [History of Jewish Law] [Interpretation]
  • Korn, Eugene B., "Ethics and Jewish Law," Judaism 24 (Spring 1975), 201–214. [Law and Religion]
  • Kornfeld, Walter J., "Die unreinen Tiere im Alten Testament," in Wissenschaft im Dienste des Glaubens. Festschrift für Abt Dr. Hermann Peichl, 11–27, Vienna: Herder Verlag, 1966. [Animals]
  • Kornfeld, Walter J., "L’adultère dans L’Orient Antique," Revue Biblique 57 (1950), 92–109. [Sexual Offences]
  • Kornfeld, Walter J., "Parente," Supplement au Dictionaire de la Bible 34 (1960), 1261–1291. [Parent and Child]
  • Kornfeld, Walter J., "Qds und Gottesrecht im Alten Testament," in John A. Emerton, ed., Congress Volume: Vienna 1980, Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1981. [Biblical Law]
  • Kornfeld, Walter J., "Reinen und unreinen Tiere im Alten Testament," Kairos 7 (1965), 134–147. [Animals]
  • Kornfeld, Walter J., Studien zum Heiligkeitsgesetz, Vienna: Herder, 1952. [Biblical Law]
  • Kornfeld, Walter J., and H. Cazelles, "Mariage," Supplement au Dictionaire de la Bible 5 (1954), 905–935. [Marriage]
  • Korngrun, P., "Biblical Laws of Slavery Compared with the Laws of Babylonia, Assyrian, and Hittite" (in Hebrew), in Sepher Z. Karl, 9–26, Jerusalem, 1960. [Slavery]
  • Korosec, V., "Die hethitischen Gesetzen in ihren Wechselbeziehungen zu den Nachbarvölkern: Mesopotamien und seine Nachbarn," Beitage Vordern Orientalen 1, no. 1 (1978), 295–310. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Korosec, V., "Einige Probleme zur Struktur der hethitischen Genesis," Acta Antiqua 22 (1974), 287–298. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Korosec, Viktor, Hethitische Staatsverträge: Ein Beitrag Zu Ihrer Juristischen Wertung, Leipzig: Weicher, 1931. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Korosec, V., "Keilschriftrecht," Orientalisches Recht (HO Section 1, Supplement) 3 (1964), 49–219. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Korosec, V., "Über die Bedeutung der Gesetzbücher von Esnunna und von Isin für die Rechtsentwicklung in Mesopotamien und Kleinasien," in Proceedings of the 22nd Congress of Orientalists, 83–91, 1951. [Comparative Studies—Eshnunna]
  • Koschaker, Paul, "Eheschliessung und Kauf nach alten Rechten, mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der älteren Keilschriftrechte," Archiv Orientálni 18, no. 3 (1950), 210–296. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Koschaker, Paul, "Keilschriftrecht," Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft 89 (1935), 1–39. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Koschaker, Paul, Quellenkritische Untersuchungen zu den "Altassyrischen Gesetzen," Leipzig: Hinrichs, 1921 (Mitteilungen der Vorderasiatischen Gesellschaft 26/3). [Comparative Studies—Assyrian]
  • Koschaker, Paul, Rechtsvergleichende Studien zur Gesetzgebung Hammurapis, Königs von Babylon, Leipzig: Veit & Comp., 1917. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Kosmala, Hans, "The So-Called Ritual Decalogue," Annual of the Swedish Theological Institute 1 (1962), 31–61. [Decalogue]
  • Koster, M.D., "The Numbering of the Ten Commandments in Some Peshitta Manuscripts," Vetus Testamentum 30 (October 1980), 468–473. [Decalogue]
  • Kottek, H., "Gesetz und Überlieferung bei den Juden Babyloniens in Vortalmudischer Zeit," Jüdisch-Literarische Gesellschaft 6 (1909), 280–303. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Kottsieper, Ingo, "We Have a Little Sister: Aspects of the Brother-Sister Relationship in Ancient Israel," in Jan Willem Van Henten and Athalya Brenner, eds., Families and Family Relations as Represented in Early Judaisms and Early Christianities: Texts and Fictions. Papers Read at a NOSTER Colloquium in Amsterdam, June 9–11, 1998, 49–80, Leiden, DEO Pub., 2000 (Studies in Theology and Religion 2). [Guardianship] [Parent and Child]
  • Kraabel, A. Thomas, "Greeks, Jews, and Lutherans in the Middle Half of Acts," Harvard Theological Review 79 (1986), 147–157. [New Testament]
  • Kraeling, Emil Gottlieb Heinrich, The Brooklyn Museum Aramaic Papyri: New Documents of the Fifth Century B.C. from the Jewish Colony at Elephantine, New Haven: Yale University, 1954. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic]
  • Kraemer, David, "The Formation of Rabbinic Canon: Authority and Boundaries," Journal of Biblical Literature 110 (1991), 613–630. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Kramer, Samuel Noah, and Adam Falkenstein, "Ur-Nammu’s Law Code," Orientalia 23 (1954), 40–51. [Comparative Studies—Ur-Nammu]
  • Krapf, Thomas, "Traditionsgeschichtliches zum deuteronomischen Fremdling-Waise-Witwe-Gebot," Vetus Testamentum 34 (January 1984), 87–91. [Decalogue]
  • Krašovec, Joze, "The Distinctive Hebrew Testimony to Renewal Based on Forgiveness," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 5 (1999), 223–235. [Divine Justice] [Remedies]
  • Kratz, Reinhard Gregor, "Der Dekalog im Exodusbuch," Vetus Testamentum 44 (1994), 205–238. [Decalogue]
  • Kratz, Reinhard Gregor, "Die Tora Davids: Psalms 1 und die doxologische Fünfteilung des Psalters," Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche 93 (1996), 1–34. [Biblical Law]
  • Kratz, Reinhard Gregor, and Hermann Spieckermann, eds., Liebe und Gebot. Studien zum Deuteronomium. Festschrift zum 70. Geburtstag von Lothar Perlitt, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 2000. [Collections of Essays]
  • Kraus, Fritz R., "Ein Edikt des Königs Ammi-Saduqa von Babylon," Studia et Documenta ad Iura Orientis Antiqui Pertinentia 5 (1958). [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Kraus, Fritz R., "Ein zentrales Problem des altmesopotamischen Rechtes: Was ist der Codex Hammu-Rabi?" Geneva NS 8 (1960), 283–296. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Kraus, Fritz Rudolf, Königliche Verfügungen in Altbabylonischer Zeit, Leiden: Brill, 1984 (Studia et Documenta ad Jura Orientis Antiqui Pertinentia 11). [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Kraus, Fritz R., "Mittelbabylonische Opferschauprotokolle," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 37, no. 2 (Fall 1985), 127–218. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Kraus, Fritz R., Vom mesopotamischen Menschen der altbabylonischen Zeit und seiner Welt, 1973. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Kraus, Hans-Joachim, "Der lebendige Gott: Ein Kapitel Biblischer Theologie," Evangelische Theologie 27 (1967), 169–200. [Biblical Law]
  • Kraus, Hans-Joachim, "Die prophetische Verkundigung des Rechts in Israel," Theologische Studien 51 (1957), 3–38. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Kraus, Hans-Joachim, "Gesetz und Geschichte zum Geschichtsbild des Deuteronomisten," Evangelische Theologie 11 (1951), 415–428. [Biblical Law]
  • Kraus, Hans-Joachim, "Tora und ‘Volksnomos,’" in Erhard Blum and others, eds., Die hebräische Bibel und ihre zweifache Nachgeschichte: Festschrift für Rolf Rendtorff zum 65 Geburtstag, 641–655, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener, 1990. [Theory of Law]
  • Kraus, Hans-Joachim, "Zum Gesetzesverständnis der nach prophetischen zeit," Kairos 11 (1969), 122–133. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Krauss, Karl, Im Kerker vor und nach Christus: Schatten und Licht aus dem Profanen und Kirchlichen Cultur und Rechts Leben Vergangener Zeiten: In Drei Büchern, Freiburg: F.C.B. Mohr, 1895. [New Testament]
  • Krauss, Samuel, Synagogale Altertümer, Hildesheim: Olms, 1922, 1966. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Krauss, Samuel, "The Great Synod," Jewish Quarterly Review 10:347–377, 725–726. [Courts]
  • Krebs, W., "Zu kultischen Kohabitation mit Tieren in Alten Orient, Leviticus 18, 23:20, 16," Forschungen und Fortschritte 37 (1963), 19–21. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Kremers, Heinz, "Die Stellung der Elterngebotes im Dekalog: Eine Voruntersuchung zum Problem Elterngebot und Elternrecht," Evangelische Theologie 21 (1961), 145–161. [Decalogue]
  • Krenkel, W.A., "Erotica I. Der Abortus in der Antike," Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Universität Rostock 20 (1971), 443–452. [Abortion]
  • Krinetzki, Leo, Der Bund Gottes mit den Menschen nach dem Alten und Neuen Testament, Dusseldorf: Patmos, 1963 (Wort und Botschaft 15). [Covenant]
  • Kronholm, Tryggve, "Polygami och monogami i Galma testamentet: Med et utblick över den antika judendomen och Nya testamentet," Svensk Exegetisk Arsbok 47 (1982), 48–92. [Husband and Wife]
  • Krotkoff, Georg, "Beduinrecht und Gesetzes Recht," Wiener Zeitschrift für Kunde des Morgenlandes 56 (1960), 99–108. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Kruger, Paul A., "The Hem of the Garment in Marriage, the Meaning of the Symbolic Gesture in Ruth 3:9 and Ezek 16:8," Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 12 (1984), 79–86. [Marriage] [Ritual Law]
  • Kruger, Paul A., "The Removal of the Sandal in Deuteronomy 25: 9 ‘A Rite of Passage’?" Vetus Testamentum 46 (1996), 534–539. [Ritual Law]
  • Krüger, Thomas, "‘Du sollst nicht töten!’: ‘Ehrfurcht vor dem Leben’ in Ethik und Recht des Alten Testaments," Zeitschrift für Evangelische Ethik 38 (1994), 17–30. [Decalogue] [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Krum, Horsta, "The Rainbow Covenant (Reply to L. Vischer)," Ecumenical Review 39 (1987), 82–84. [Covenant]
  • Krümmel, Hans Martin, "Ersatzkönig und Sündenbock, Leviticus 16," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 80 (1968), 289–318. [Biblical Law]
  • Kruse, C.G., Paul, the Law, and Justification, Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson, 1997. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Kubác, Vladimir, "Blut in Gürtel und in Sandalen," Vetus Testamentum 31 (1981), 226–228. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Kugel, James L., "On Hidden Hatred and Open Reproach: Early Exegesis of Leviticus 19:17," Harvard Theological Review 80 (1987), 43–61. [Procedure]
  • Kugelmass, Harvey J., Lex Talionis in the Old Testament, Montreal: Ph.D. dissertation, University of Montreal, 1982. [Talion]
  • Kugler, Robert A., "Halakic Interpretive Strategies at Qumran: A Case Study," in Moshe Bernstein and others, eds., Legal Texts and Legal Issues: Proceedings of the Second Meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies, Cambridge 1995: Published in Honour of Joseph M. Baumgarten, 131–140, Leiden: Brill, 1997. [History of Jewish Law] [Interpretation] [Qumran] [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Kuhl, Curt, "Neue Dokumente zum Verständnis von Hosea 2:4–15," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 52 (1934), 102–109. [Prophecy and Law]
  • Kuhn, Heinz Wolfgang, "A Legal Issue in 1 Corinthians 5 and in Qumran," in Moshe Bernstein and others, eds., Legal Texts and Legal Issues: Proceedings of the Second Meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies, Cambridge 1995: Published in Honour of Joseph M. Baumgarten, 489–499, Leiden: Brill, 1997. [Interpretation] [New Testament] [Qumran] [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Kümmel, Hans M, "Ein Kaufvertrag aus Hana mit mittelassyrischer limu-Datierung," Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 79 (1989), 191–200. [Contract]
  • Kümmel, Werner Georg, Verheissung und Erfüllung: Untersuchungen zur Eschatologischen Verkdundigung Jesu, Zurich: Zwingli, 1953. [Law and Religion]
  • Küng, Hans, "Christianity and Judaism," in James H. Charlesworth, ed., Jesus’ Jewishness: Exploring the Place of Jesus within Early Judaism, 258–269, New York: Crossroad, 1991. [New Testament]
  • Kunz, Andreas, "Zum rechtlichen Hintergrund der ammonitisch-aramäischen Militärkoalition in 2 Samuel 10:1–19," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 6 (2000), 127–154. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Law of War]
  • Kurth, C., "Der Prozess Jesu aus der Perspektive judischer Forscher. Überlegungen zum Vorwurf der Schuld der Juden am Tod Jesu," Kirche und Israel (Neukirchen-Vluyn) 13, no. 1 (1998), 46–58. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Kurz, William S., "Genesis and Abortion: An Exegetical Test of a Biblical Warrant in Ethics," Theological Studies 47 (1986), 668–680. [Abortion]
  • Kurzweil, Zvi E., "Three Views on Revelation and Law," Judaism 9 (Fall 1960), 291–298. [Law and Religion] [Prophecy and Law]
  • Kutsch, Ernst, "Bund," in Theologische Realenzyklopädie, 7:412–415, Berlin, 1980. [Covenant]
  • Kutsch, Ernst, "Der Begriff Teritin vordeuteronomischer Zeit," in Fritz Maass, ed., Das Ferne und nahe Wort: Festschrift Leonard Rost, 133–143, Berlin: A. Töpelmann, 1967. [Biblical Law]
  • Kutsch, Ernst, "Die Etymologie von ‘berit,’" Zeitschrift der Deut. Morgenländischen Gesellschaft Supplement 1 (1969), 356–361. [Terminology]
  • Kutsch, Ernst, "Gesetz und Gnade: Probleme des alttestamentlichen Bundesbegriffs," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 79 (1967), 18–35. [Covenant]
  • Kutsch, Ernst, Salbung als Rechtsakt im Alten Testament und im Alten Orient, Berlin: A Töpelmann, 1963. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Kutsch, Ernst, Verheissung und Gesetz: Untersuchungen zum sogenannten Bund im alten Testament, Berlin: de Gruyter, 1972. [Covenant]
  • Kutsch, Ernst, "Von Berit zu Bund," Kerygma und Dogma 14 (1968), 159–182. [Covenant]
  • Kutscher, Edward Y., "Concerning the Terminology of Legal Documents in the Talmud and Gaonic Literature" (in Hebrew), Tarbiz 17 (1946), 125–127. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic] [Terminology]
  • Kutscher, Edward Y., "New Aramaic Texts," Journal of the American Oriental Society 74 (1954), 233–248. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic]
  • Kwasman, Theodore, Neo-Assyrian Legal Documents in the Kouyunjik Collection of the British Museum, Rome: Biblical Institute Press, 1988. [Comparative Studies—Assyrian]


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  • Laato, Timo, trans. by Mark A. Seifrid, "Justification according to James: A Comparison with Paul," Trinity Journal, n.s., 18 (1997), 43–84. [Divine Justice] [New Testament] [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Laato, Timo, Paulus und das Judentum: Anthropologische Erwägungen, Turku, Finland: Åbo Akad, 1991. [New Testament]
  • Laberge, Léo, "Sabbat: Étymologie et Origines: Étude Bibliographique," Science et Esprit 44 (1992), 185–204. [Biblical Law]
  • Laberge, Léo, review of Eduard Nielsen, Deuteronomium, Biblica 77, no. 3 (1996), 428–432. [Biblical Law]
  • Lach, S., "Czy Kpl 17–26 jist czescia Koseksu Kaptanskiego, czy tez oddzielnym Kodesem? Leviticus 17–26 fait il partie du Code Sacerdotal ou bien constitue-t-il un code a part?" Roczniki Teologiezno-Kanoniczne 16 (1969), 5–16. [Sources—Biblical]
  • Lach, S., "Rekonstruckcja pierwotnego Dekalogu," Revue Biblique 5 (1952), 296–311. [Decalogue]
  • Lacheman, Ernest R., Family Law Documents, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1962. [Marriage] [Parent and Child]
  • Lacocque, André, "L’herméneutique de Jésus au sujet de la loi dans la parabole du bon Samaritain," Études Théologiques et Religieuses 78 (2003), 25–46. [New Testament—Parables]
  • Ladd, George E., "Paul and the Law," in J. McDowell Richards, ed., Soli Deo Gloria: New Testament Studies in Honor of William Childs Robinson, 50–67, Richmond: John Knox, 1968. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Laessoee, Joergen, "On the Fragments of the Hammurabi Code," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 4, no. 3 (1950), 173–187. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Lafont, Sophie, "Ancient Near Eastern Laws: Continuity and Pluralism," in Bernard M. Levinson, ed., Theory and Method in Biblical and Cuneiform Law: Revision, Interpolation, and Development, 91–118, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1994. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Lafont, Sophie, "Codification et Subsidiarité dans les Droits du Proche-Orient Ancien," in Edmond Lévy, ed., La Codification des lois dans l’antiquité. Actes du colloque de Strasbourg 27–29 Novembre 1997, 49–64, Paris: de Boccard, 2000. [Codification] [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Lagarde, Alphonse, Etude sur la legislation des Hebreux, Toulouse: Societe des livres religieux, 1865. [Biblical Law]
  • Lagrange, Marie-Joseph, "L’homicide d’après le code de Hammourabi et d’après la Bible," Revue Biblique, n.s., 13 (1916), 440–471. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Lahav, M., "Jehoshaphat’s Judicial Reform," in Y. Hocherman and others, eds., Yaacov Gil Jubilee Volume, 141–148, Jerusalem: Rubin Mass, 1979. [Courts]
  • Lake, Kirosopp, "The Earliest Christian Teaching on Divorce," Expositor (1910), 416–427. [New Testament—Divorce]
  • Lamadrid, Alejandro G., "Pax et bonum," Anthropos 44 (1969), 161–181; reprinted in Estudios Biblicos 28 (1969), 61–77. [Law of War]
  • Lambert, W.G., "Morals in Ancient Mesopotamia," Jaarbericht van het Vooraziatisch—Egyptisch Gezelschap 15, 184–196. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Lambrecht, Jan, "Abraham and His Offspring. A Comparison of Galatians 5,1 with 3,13," Biblica 80, no. 4 (1999), 525–536. [New Testament]
  • Lambrecht, Jan, "Jesus and the Law: An Investigation of Mark 7:1–23," Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses 53 (April 1977), 24–82. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Lambrecht, Jan, "Second Thoughts: Some Reflections on the Law in Galatians," Landas 15 (January, 2001), 68–77; reprinted in Jan Lambrecht, Collected Studies on Pauline Literature and on The Book of Revelation, 257–265, Rome: Editrice Pontificio Istituto Biblico, 2001. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Lamm, Maurice, The Jewish Way in Love and Marriage, San Francisco: Harper and Row, 1980; reprint, Middle Village, New York: Jonathan David Publishers, 1991. [Marriage]
  • Lamm, Norman, The Shema: Spirituality and Law in Judaism as Exemplified in Shema, the Most Important Passage in the Torah, Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1998. [Biblical Law] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Lamp, Jeffrey S., "Is Paul Anti-Jewish? Testament of Levi 6 in the Interpretation of 1 Thessalonians 2:13–16," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 65 (2003), 408–427. [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Sources—Intertestamental]
  • Lampe, Peter, "Iunia-Iunias: Sklavenherkunft im Kreise der vorpaulischen Apostel, Röm. 16:7," Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der Älteren Kirche 76 (1985), 132–134. [Slavery]
  • Lampe, Peter, "Keine ‘Sklavenflucht’ des Onesimus," Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der Älteren Kirche 76 (1985), 135–137. [Slavery]
  • Lamya Ibsen al Faruqi, Lois, "Marriage in Islam," Journal of Ecumenical Studies 22 (Winter 1985), 55–68. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Marriage]
  • Landman, Leo, "Law and Conscience: The Jewish View," Judaica 18 (1969), 17–29. [Human Rights]
  • Landman, Leo, "Some Aspects of Traditions Received from Moses at Sinai," Jewish Quarterly Review 67 (1976–1977), 110–128. [Biblical Law]
  • Landman, Leo, "The Guilt-Offerings of the Defiled Nazarite," Jewish Quarterly Review 60 (1969), 345–352. [Ritual Law]
  • Landsberger, Benno, "Die babylonischen termini für Gesetz und Recht," in Festschrift P. Koschaker, 219–234, 1939. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic] [Terminology]
  • Landsberger, Benno, "Remarks on the Archive of the Soldier Ubarum," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 9, no. 4 (1955), 121–131. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Laney, J. Carl, "Deuteronomy 24:1–4 and the Issue of Divorce," Bibliotheca Sacra 149 (1992), 3–15. [Divorce]
  • Laney, J. Carl, "The Role of the Prophets in God’s Case against Israel," Bibliotheca Sacra 138 (October 1981), 313–325. [Literary Form] [Law and the Prophets]
  • Lang, Bernhard Von, "Das Verbot des Meineids in Dekalog," Tübinger Theologische Quartalschrift 161 (1981), 97–105. [Decalogue]
  • Lang, Bernhard Von, "‘ Du sollst nicht nach der Frau eines anderen verlangen’: Eine neue Deutung des 9ten. und 10ten. Gebots," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 93, no. 2 (1981), 216–224. [Decalogue]
  • Lang, Bernhard Von, "Neues über den Dekalog," Theologische Quartalschrift 164 (1984), 58–65. [Decalogue]
  • Lang, Bernhard Von, "Sklaven und Unfreie im Buch Amos (II 6, VIII 6)," Vetus Testamentum 31 (1981), 482–488. [Slavery]
  • Lang, George H., "God’s Covenants Are Conditional," Evangelical Quarterly 30 (1958), 86–97. [Covenant]
  • Lange, Jan, "Die Gleichniserzählung vom Mordfall Nabot," Biblische Notizen 104 (2000), 31–37. [Biblical Law] [Courts] [Literary Form] [Penalities]
  • Langford, Norman F., "Gospel and Duty: A Study of the Unity of Biblical Ethics," Interpretation 5 (July 1951), 268–284. [Law and Religion]
  • Lapp, Nancy L., "Early Bronze Age Seals and Seal Impressions from Taanach," in Tomis Kapitan, ed., Archaeology, History and Culture in Palestine and the Near East: Essays in Memory of Albert E. Glock, 151–163, Atlanta: Scholars, 1999. [Archaeology] [Sources of Law]
  • LaRocca-Pitts, Elizabeth C., review of Carolyn Pressler, The View of Women Found in the Deuteronomic Family Laws, in Journal of Law and Religion 17, nos. 1–2 (2002), 393–395. [Husband and Wife] [Status—Women] [Parent and Child]
  • Lasine, Stuart, "Melodrama as Parable: The Story of the Poor Man’s Ewe-Lamb and the Unmasking of David’s Topsy-Turvy Emotions," Hebrew Annual Review 8 (1984), 101–124. [Kingship] [New Testament—Parables]
  • Lattes, D., "La legge ebraica nei suori rapporti colla morale," La Rassegna Mensile di Israel 16 (1950), 25–40. [Law and Religion]
  • Laub, Franz, Die Begegnung des frühen Christentums mit der antiken Sklaverei, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1982. [Slavery]
  • Laufuente, J.P., "La pena de muerte en el Pentateuco," Compostellanum 1 (1956), 557–587; 2 (1957), 5–33. [Penalities]
  • Laurentin, André, "‘We’attah-kai nun.’: Formule caractéristique des textes juridiques et liturgiques (à propos de Jean 17,5)," Biblica 45 (1964), 168–197, 413–432. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Lautner, J.G., "Die richterliche Entscheidung und die Streitbeendigung im altbabylonischen Prozessrechte," Leipziger rechtwissenschaftliche Studien 3 (1922). [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Layton, Scott C., "The Steward in Ancient Israel: A Study of Hebrew (‘aser ‘al-habbayit) in Its Near Eastern Setting," Journal of Biblical Literature 109, no. 4 (1990), 633–649. [Terminology]
  • Leader, Ruth E., "In Death Not Divided: Gender, Family, and State on Classical Athenian Grave Stelae," American Journal of Archaeology 101, no. 4 (1997), 683–699. [Archaeology] [Comparative Studies—Greek] [Status—Women]
  • Leavy, Morton L., "Customary Law in Biblical Narrative: Genesis," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1985. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Lee, E., Die Geschichte der Erforschung des apodiktischen Rechts, München: Theo. dissertation, 2003. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Literary Form]
  • Lee, J.A.L., A Lexical Study of the Septuagint Version of the Pentateuch, Chico, Calif.: Scholars Press, 1983. [Terminology]
  • Lee, J.W., "The New Covenant in Jeremiah," Biblical Illustrator 12 (1986), 24–29. [Covenant]
  • Lee, Patrick, "Permanence of the Ten Commandments: St. Thomas and His Modern Commentators," Theological Studies 42 (Spring 1981), 422–443. [Decalogue]
  • Leemans, W.F., "King Hammurabi as Judge," in Symbolae Ivridicae et Historicae Martino David, 107–144, Leiden: Brill, 1968. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Leemans, W.F., "Some Aspects of Theft and Robbery in Old-Babylonian Documents," Rivista degli Studi Orientali 32 (1957), 661–666. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Theft]
  • Lefevre, A., "Ordalie," Supplement au Dictionnaire de la Bible 33 (1960), 800–806. [Procedure]
  • Légasse, Simon, "Paul et César—Romains 13, 1–7 : Essai de synthèse," Revue Biblique 101 (1994), 516–532. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Légasse, Simon, Le Procès de Jésus: La Passion dans les quatre évangiles, Paris: Cerf, 1995; The Trial of Jesus, English trans. J. Bowden, London: SCM, 1997. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Leggett, Donald A., The Levirate and Goel Institutions in the Old Testament with Special Attention to the Book of Ruth, Cherry Hill, N.J.: Mack Publishing, 1974. [Levirate]
  • Lehmann, Manfred R., "Abraham’s Purchase of Machpelah and Hittite Law," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 129 (1953), 15–18. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Lehmann, Manfred R., "Biblical Oaths," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 81 (1969), 74–92. [Oath]
  • Lehmann, Manfred R., "Genesis 2:24 as the Basis for Divorce in Halakhah and New Testament," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 72 (1960), 263–267. [Divorce]
  • Lehmann, Manfred R., "Studies in the Murabba’at and Nahal Hever Documents," Revue de Qumran 4 (January 1963), 53–81. [Qumran]
  • Lehmann, Paul, "Law as a Function of Forgiveness," Oklahoma Law Journal 12 (1959), 102.
  • Lehrman, Nathaniel S., "Moses, Monotheism, and Marital Fidelity: a Bibliography," Journal of Religion and Health 3 (1963), 70–89. [Husband and Wife]
  • Leith, Mary Joan Winn, "Seals and Coins in Persian Period Samaria," in Lawrence H. Schiffman, Emanuel Tou, and James C. Vanderkan, eds., The Dead Sea Scrolls: Fifty Years after Their Discovery: Proceedings of the Jerusalem Congress, July 20–25, 1997, 691–707, Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 2000. [Archaeology] [Sources—Biblical]
  • Lemaire, André, "Vengeance et justice dans l’Ancien Israël," in Raymond Verdier et Jean-Pierre Poly, eds., Vengeance, pouvoir et idéologies dans quelques civilisations de l’Antiquité, 3:13–33, Paris: Cujas, 1984. [Sanctions]
  • Lemaire, André, "Veuve sans enfants dans le royaume de Juda," in Eckart Otto, ed., Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 5 (1999), 1–14, Wiesbaden : Harrassowitz, 1999. [Parent and Child] [Status—Women]
  • Lemche, Niels Peter, "Andur rum and Misharum: Comments on the Problem of Social Edicts and Their Application in the Ancient Near East," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 38 (1979), 11–22. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Kingship] [Social Protection]
  • Lemche, Niels Peter, "‘Because They Have Cast Away the Law of the Lord of Hosts’—Or: ‘We and the Rest of the World’: The Authors Who ‘Wrote’ the Old Testament," Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament 17 (2003), 268–290. [Biblical Law]
  • Lemche, Niels Peter, Det gamle Israel: Det israelitiske samfund fra sammenbruddet af bronzealderkulturen til hellenistisk tid, Arhus: Forlaget Anis, 1984. [Biblical Law]
  • Lemche, Niels Peter, Early Israel: Anthropological and Historical Studies on the Israelite Society before the Monarchy, Leiden: Brill, 1985 (Vetus Testamentum Supplement 37). [History of Biblical Law]
  • Lemche, Niels Peter, "Justice in Western Asia in Antiquity, or: Why No Laws Were Needed!" Chicago-Kent Law Review 70, no. 4 (1995), 1695–1716. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Lemche, Niels Peter, "Manumission of Slaves—the Fallow Year—the Sabbatical Year—the Jubilee Year (Exodus 21:2f, 23:10–11; Deuteronomy 15:1–18; Leviticus 25; Jeremiah 34:8–20; Nehemiah)," Vetus Testamentum 26 (January 1976), 38–59. [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Slavery]
  • Lemche, Niels Peter, "The ‘Hebrew Slave’: Comments on the Slave Law, Exodus 21:2–11," Vetus Testamentum 25 (1975), 129–144. [Slavery]
  • Lenhard, Hellmut, "Die kultischen Anordnungen Gottes im Zusammenhang mit den übrigen Gesetzen des Alten Testaments," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 97, no. 3 (1985), 414–423. [Biblical Law] [Ritual Law]
  • Leovy, James G., and Greer M. Taylor, "Law and Social Development in Israel," Anglican Theological Review 39 (1957), 9–26. [Social Protection] [Jewish Law in Israel]
  • Leslie, Elmer A., Jeremiah, Chronologically Arranged, Translated, and Interpreted, Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1954. [Commentaries] [Arrangement and Classification]
  • Lestienne, M., "Les ‘dix paroles’ et le decalogue," Revue Biblique 79 (October 1972), 484–510. [Decalogue]
  • Levene, Moses, Realistic Socialism of the Mosaic Law, London: E. Goldston, 1938. [Biblical Law]
  • Levenson, Jon D., "Covenant and Commandment," Tradition 21, no. 1 (1983), 42–51. [Theory of Law]
  • Levenson, Jon D., "Poverty and the State in Biblical Thought," Judaism 25 (Spring 1976), 230–241. [Social Protection]
  • Levenson, Jon D., Sinai and Zion: An Entry into the Jewish Bible, Minneapolis: Winston, 1985; reprint, San Francisco: Harper and Row, 1987. [Covenant]
  • Levenson, Jon D., "The Theologies of Commandment in Biblical Israel," Harvard Theological Review 73 (January-April 1980), 17–33. [Theory of Law]
  • Levenson, Jon D., "Who Inserted the Book of the Torah," Harvard Theological Review 68 (1975), 203–233. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Lévèque, J., "Anamnese et disculpation: la conscience du juste en Job 29–31," in Maurice Gilbert, ed., La Sagesse de l’Ancien Testament, 231–248, Gembloux : J. Duculot, 1979 (Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium 51).
  • Levin, Christoph, "Der Dekalog am Sinai," Vetus Testamentum 35 (1985), 165–191. [Decalogue]
  • Levin, Christoph, Der Jahwist, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 1993. [Biblical Law]
  • Levin, Christoph, review of W. Gross, Zukunft für Israel. Alttestamentliche Bundeskonzepte und die aktuelle Debatte um den Neuen Bund, Zeitschrift für Altorientalishce und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 5 (1999), 318–326. [Biblical Law] [Covenant]
  • Levine, Amy-Jill, "Discharging Responsibility: Matthean Jesus, Biblical Law, and Hemorrhaging Woman," in Amy-Jill Levine and Marianne Blickenstaff, A Feminist Companion to Matthew, 70–87, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2001. [New Testament]
  • Levine, Baruch A., "A History of the Mishnaic Laws of Purities I-III," Journal of Jewish Studies 27 (1976), 212–216. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Levine, Baruch A., "Damascus Document LX, 17–22: A New Translation and Comments," Revue de Qumran 8 (1973), 195–196. [Qumran]
  • Levine, Baruch A., "In Praise of the Israelite Mispaha: Legal Themes in the Book of Ruth," in The Quest for the Kingdom of God: Studies in Honor of George E. Mendenhall, 95–106, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1983. [Husband and Wife]
  • Levine, Baruch A., In the Presence of the Lord: A Study of Cult and Some Cultic Terms in Ancient Israel, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1974. [Ritual Law]
  • Levine, Baruch A., "Kippurim, Leviticus 16," Eretz-Israel 9 (1969), 88–95. [Ritual Law]
  • Levine, Baruch A., "The Various Workings of the Aramaic Legal Tradition: Jews and Nabateans in the Nahal Hever Archive," in Lawrence H. Schiffman, Emanuel Tov, James C. Vanderkam and Galen Marquis, eds., The Dead Sea Scrolls: Fifty Years after Their Discovery: Proceedings of the Jerusalem Congress, July 20–25, 1997, 836–851, Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 2000. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic] [Interpretation] [Qumran] [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Levine, Baruch A., and Schmuel Anituv, eds., Eretz-Israel: Archaeological, Historical, and Geographical Studies 24: Frank Moore Cross Volume, Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1993. [Archaeology]
  • Levine, Etan, "On Exodus 21,10 ’Onah and Biblical Marriage," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 5 (1999), 133–164, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1999. [Husband and Wife] [Marriage]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "Bible: Law," in Michael Terry, ed., Reader’s Guide to Judaism, 85–87, Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000. [Biblical Law] [Bibliography]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "‘But You Shall Surely Kill Him!’: The Text-Critical and Neo-Assyrian Evidence for MT Deuteronomy 13:10," in Georg Braulik, ed., Bundesdokument und Gesetz: Studien zum Deuteronomium, 37–63, Freiburg: Herder, 1995 (Herder’s Biblical Studies 4). [Comparative Studies—Assyrian] [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Homicide and Refuge] [Procedure]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "Calum M. Carmichael’s Approach to the Laws of Deuteronomy," Harvard Theological Review 83 (1990), 227–257. [Biblical Law] [Interpretation] [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "Citation and Transformation in Deuteronomy 12," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1987. [Legal Reasoning]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "Deuteronomy," in New Oxford Annotated Bible, 3rd ed., 240–313, New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. [Commentaries] [Law and Religion]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "Deuteronomy: Introduction and Annotations," in Adele Berlin and Marc Zvi Brettler, eds., The Jewish Study Bible, 356–450, New York: Oxford University Press, 2003. [Commentaries] [Law and Religion]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., Deuteronomy and the Hermeneutics of Legal Innovation, New York: Oxford University Press, 1997, 2002. [Biblical Law] [History of Biblical Law] [Interpretation] [Legal Reasoning]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "Does Gerhard von Rad Conceive of Law as Fortschreibungsgeschichte?" in B.M. Levinson and Eckart Otto, eds., Recht und Ethik im Alten Testament: Studies in German and English in Honor of Gerhard von Rad, Münster: LIT Verlag, 2004 (Altes Testament und Moderne 16). [Theory of Law]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "Goethe’s Analysis of Exodus 34 and Its Influence on Julius Wellhausen: The Pfropfung of the Documentary Hypothesis," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 114 (2002), 212–223. [Decalogue] [History of Biblical Law] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "Is the Covenant Code an Exilic Composition? A Response to John Van Seters," in John Day, ed., In Search of Pre-exilic Israel: Proceedings of the Oxford Old Testament Seminar, 272–325, London: T&T Clark International, 2004. [Biblical Law] [History of Biblical Law]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "McConville’s Law and Theology in Deuteronomy," Jewish Quarterly Review 80 (1990), 396–404. [Biblical Law]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "Recovering the Lost Original Meaning of wl’ tcsh ‘lyw (Deuteronomy 13:9)," Journal of Biblical Literature 115 (1996), 601–620. [Comparative Studies—Greek] [Interpretation] [Terminology]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., Revelation and Redaction: Rethinking Biblical Studies and Its Intellectual Models, New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005 (forthcoming). [Decalogue] [Interpretation] [Law and Religion] [Law and the Prophets] [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Qumran] [Revelation] [Sources—Biblical] [Sources—Intertestamental]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "Textual Criticism, Assyriology, and the History of Interpretation: Deuteronomy 13:7a as a Test Case in Method," Journal of Biblical Literature 120 (2001), 211–243. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Comparative Studies—Greek] [Comparative Studies—Middle Assyrian] [Husband and Wife] [Interpretation] [Parent and Child] [Qumran]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "The Case for Grounding Biblical Hermeneutics upon the Diachronic Method," in Tibor Fabiny, ed., Literary Theory and Biblical Hermeneutics, 93–108, Szeged, Hungary: Attila Jozsef University, 1992 (Papers in English and American Studies 4). [Interpretation]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "The Case for Revision and Interpolation within the Biblical Legal Corpora," in Bernard M. Levinson, ed., Theory and Method in Biblical and Cuneiform Law: Revision, Interpolation, and Development, 37–59, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1994 (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series 181). [Biblical Law] [Collections of Essays] [History of Biblical Law] [Methodology in Jewish Law]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "The Covenant at Mount Sinai: The Argument of Revelation," in Michael Walzer, Menachem Lorberbaum, and Noam J. Zohar, eds., The Jewish Political Tradition, vol. 1: Authority, 23–27, New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000. [Covenant] [Law and Religion] [Revelation]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "The Hermeneutics of Tradition in Deuteronomy: A Reply to J.G. McConville," Journal of Biblical Literature 119 (2000), 269–286. [History of Biblical Law] [Law and Religion] [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "The Human Voice in Divine Revelation: The Problem of Authority in Biblical Law," in Michael A. Williams, Martin S. Jaffee, and Collett Cox, eds., Innovation in Religious Traditions: Essays in the Interpretation of Religious Change, 35–71, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1992 (Religion and Society 31). [Law and Religion]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "The Manumission of Hermeneutics: The Slave Laws of the Pentateuch as Challenge to Contemporary Pentateuchal Theory," in André Lemaire, ed., Congress Volume: Leiden 2004, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2005 (forthcoming). [History of Biblical Law] [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Literary Form] [Qumran] [Slavery]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "The Metamorphosis of Law into Gospel: Gerhard von Rad’s Attempt to Reclaim the Old Testament for the Church," in B.M. Levinson and Eckart Otto, eds., Recht und Ethik im Alten Testament, Münster/London: LIT Verlag, 2004 (Altes Testament und Moderne 16). [History of Biblical Law] [New Testament] [Theory of Law]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "The Reconceptualization of Kingship in Deuteronomy and the Deuteronomistic History’s Transformation of Torah," Vetus Testamentum 51 (2001), 511–534. [History of Biblical Law] [Interpretation] [Kingship]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "‘The Right Chorale’: From the Poetics of Biblical Narrative to the Hermeneutics of the Hebrew Bible," in Jason P. Rosenblatt and Joseph C. Sitterson, eds., "Not in Heaven": Coherence and Complexity in Biblical Narrative, 129–153 (notes on pp. 242–247), Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1991 (Indiana Studies in Biblical Literature). [Interpretation] [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Literary Form]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "The Seductions of the Garden: The Genesis of Hermeneutics as Critique," in Andrew D. Weiner and Leonard V. Kaplan, eds., On Interpretation: Studies in Culture, Law, and the Sacred: Graven Images Volume 5, 95–99, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2002. [Interpretation] [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "What Pentateuchal Theory Might Learn from the Temple Scroll, and How Biblical Studies Might Contribute to the Study of 11Qtemple," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 2002. [Qumran]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "You Must Not Add Anything to What I Command You: Paradoxes of Canon and Authorship in Ancient Israel," Numen: International Review for the History of Religions 50 (2003), 1–51. [Codification]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., "‘You Shall Not Add to It’: Paradoxes of Canon and Authorship in Ancient Israel," Numen: International Review for the History of Religions 50, no. 1 (2003), 49–143. [Collective Responsibility] [Comparative Studies—Hittite] [Divine Justice] [Interpretation] [Law and the Prophets] [Sources of Law]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., and Eckart Otto, Recht und Ethik im Alten Testament: Studies in Honor of Gerhard von Rad, Münster: LIT Verlag, 2004 (Altes Testament und Moderne 16). [Collections of Essays] [Decalogue] [Law and Religion] [Methodology in Jewish Law]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., and Molly M. Zahn, "Renewing Revelation: The Hermeneutics of and ’im in the Temple Scroll," Dead Sea Discoveries: A Journal of Current Research on the Scrolls and Related Literature 9, no. 3 (2002), 295–346. [Comparative Studies—Ugarit] [Interpretation] [Kingship] [Qumran] [Revelation] [Terminology]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., ed., Theory and Method in Biblical and Cuneiform Law: Revision, Interpolation, and Development, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1994 (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement 181), 2nd ed., expanded, London: T. and T. Clark, 2004. [Codification] [Collections of Essays] [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [International Law] [Methodology in Jewish Law]
  • Levinson, Bernard M., Victor Harold Matthews, and Tikva Simone Frymer-Kensky, eds., Gender and Law in the Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1998 (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series 262). [Collections of Essays] [Husband and Wife] [Marriage] [Parent and Child] [Sexual Offences]
  • Levinthal, Israel Herbert, The Jewish Law of Agency: with Special Reference to the Roman Law and the Common Law, New York: dissertation, New York University, 1923; reprinted in Jewish Quarterly Review, n.s., 13 (1922–1923), 117–191; reprinted in Studies in Jewish Jurisprudence 1 (1971) 1–89. [Agency]
  • Levison, Nahum L., "The Proselyte in Biblical and Early Post-biblical Times," Scottish Journal of Theology 10 (1957), 45–56. [Conversion]
  • Levmore, Saul, "Rethinking Group Responsibility and Strategic Threats in Biblical Texts and Modern Law," Chicago-Kent Law Review 71 (1995), 85–122. [Collective Responsibility]
  • Levy, Edmond, "La Cohérence du Code de Gortyne Ancien," in Edmond Lévy, ed., La Codification des lois dans l’antiquité. Actes du colloque de Strasbourg 27–29 Novembre 1997, 185–214, Paris: de Boccard, 2000. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Lévy, J.-Ph., "Sur trois textes bibliques concernant des actes écrits," in M. Humbert, ed., Mélanges à la mémoire de Marcel-Henri Prévost: Droit Biblique, Interprétation Rabbinique, communautés et société, 23–48, Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1982 (Publications de l’Université de Lille—Droit et Santé). [Contract]
  • Levy, Jaques, La Jurisprudence du Pentateuque et du Talmud, Constantine, 1878. [Theory of Law]
  • Levy, Louis G., La Famille dans l’antiquité israelite, Paris, 1905. [Marriage]
  • Levy, Rev. S., "Bibliography in American Jewish Year Book," in A Working Bibliography of Jewish Law, 25:243–245, 1923–1924. [Bibliography]
  • Levy, Rev. S., bibliography in Jewish Year Book, 1929. [Bibliography]
  • Levy-Bruhl, H., "Le mariage de Boaz," Evidences 17 (1951), 29–33. [Marriage]
  • Lewis, Lloyd A., Jr., "The Law Courts in Corinth: An Experiment in the Power of Baptism," Anglican Theological Review Supplement 11 (March 1990), 88–98. [Courts] [New Testament]
  • Lewis, Theodore J., "The Ancestral Estate (nachalath ‘elohim) in 2 Samuel 14:16," Journal of Biblical Literature 110 (1991), 597–612. [Property]
  • Lewy, Immanuel, "Aürbachs neuester Beweis für den Mosaischen Ursprung der Zehngebote widerlegt," Vetus Testamentum 4 (1954), 313–316. [Decalogue]
  • Lewy, Immanuel, "Dating of Covenant Code Sections on Humaneness and Righteousness (Exodus 22:20–26, 23:1–9)," Vetus Testamentum 7 (1957), 322–326. [Biblical Law] [Sources—Biblical]
  • Lewy, Immanuel, "The Puzzle of Deuteronomy 27: Blessings Announced, but Curses Noted," Vetus Testamentum 12 (1962), 207–211. [Curses]
  • Lewy, Julius, "Les ventes dans la Bible, le transfert de propriete et le ‘Prinzip der notwendigen Entgeltlichkeit,’" in Melanges P. Meylan, 157–167, 1963. [Commercial]
  • Lewy, Julius, "On Some Institutions of the Old Assyrian Empire," Hebrew Union College Annual 27 (1956), 1–79. [Comparative Studies—Assyrian]
  • Lewy, Julius, "The Biblical Institution of deror in the Light of Accadian Documents," Eretz-Israel 5 (1958), 21–31. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • L’Hour, Jean, La morale de l’alliance, Paris: J. Gabalda, 1966 (Revue Biblique 5); reprint, Paris: du Cerf, 1985 (Traditions chrétiennes). [Covenant]
  • L’Hour, Jean, "La motivation ‘lema’an’ dans le Deutéronome. Etude du fonctionnement du discours de finalité," in Sémiotique et Bible. [Literary Form]
  • L’Hour, Jean, "Les interdits To’eba dans le Deuteronome," Revue Biblique 71 (October 1964), 481–503. [Covenant] [Penal Law]
  • L’Hour, Jean, "Une legislation criminelle dans le Deutéronome," Biblica 44 (1963), 1–28. [Criminal Law]
  • Liaño, J.M., "Los pobres en el Antiguo Testamento," Estudios Biblicos 25 (1966), 117–167. [Biblical Law]
  • Lichtenstein, Aaron, The Seven Noahide Laws and Their Mosaic Counterparts, New York: dissertation, New York University, 1967. [Theory of Law]
  • Lichtenstein, Aaron, "Noahide Laws from Genesis to Genizah," Dor leDor 14 (1985–1986), 88–93. [Theory of Law]
  • Lichtenstein, Aaron, The Seven Laws of Noah, New York: Rabbi Jacob Joseph School Press, 1981. [Theory of Law]
  • Lichtstein, Ludw., Die Ehe nach mos-tlam, Ahrfassung und das mos-talm: Eherecht, Leipzig, 1879. [Marriage]
  • Lieberman, Stephen J., "‘Death for Default’ or Anticipatory Execution?" Journal of Cuneiform Studies 30, no. 2 (1978), 91–98. [Debt]
  • Liedke, Gerhard, Gestalt und Bezeichnung alttestamentlicher Rechtssätze, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1971. [Biblical Law]
  • Lifshitz, Baruch, "Evolution of the Court-Oath with Imprecation" (in Hebrew), Shenaton Hamishpat Ha’ivri 11–12 (1984–1986), 393–406. [Oath] [Courts]
  • Light, Alfred R., "Civil Procedure Parables in the First Year: Applying the Bible to Think Like a Lawyer," Gonzaga Law Review 37, no. 2 (2001–2002), 283–313. [Legal Education] [New Testament—Parables]
  • Lightstone, Jack N., "Torah Is ‘Nomos’ . . . Except When It Is Not: Prolegomena to the Study of the Law in Late Antique Judaism," Studies in Religion 13, no. 1 (1984), 29–37. [Theory of Law]
  • Limbeck, Meinrad, Die Ordnung des Heils: Untersuchungen zum Gesetzesverständnis des Frühjudentums, Düsseldorf: Patmos, 1971. [Biblical Law]
  • Limburg, James, "The Root RIB and the Prophetic Lawsuit Speeches," Journal of Biblical Literature 88 (1969), 291–304. [Literary Form]
  • Lincoln, Andrew T., Truth on Trial: The Lawsuit Motif in the Fourth Gospel, Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson, 2000. [New Testament] [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Lind, M., "Law in the Old Testament," Christian Legal Society Quarterly 4 (1983), 32–34. [Biblical Law]
  • Lindars, Barnabas, "Ezekiel and Individual Responsibility," Vetus Testamentum 15 (October 1965), 452–467. [Collective Responsibility]
  • Lindars, Barnabas, "Torah in Deuteronomy," in Peter R. Ackroyd and Barnabas Lindars, eds., Words and Meanings: Essays Presented to David Winton Thomas, 117–136, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1968. [Terminology]
  • Lindblom, Johannes, "Lot-Casting in the Old Testament," Vetus Testamentum 12 (1962), 164–178. [Procedure]
  • Lindemann, Andreas, "Die biblischen Toragebote und die paulinische Ethik," in Wolfgang Schrage, ed., Studien Zum Text und Zur Ethik des Neuen Testament, 242–265, Berlin, De Gruyter, 1986; reprinted in Andreas Lindemann, Paulus, Apostel und Lehrer der Kirche. Studien zu Paulus und zum frühen Paulusverständnis, 91–114, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1999. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Lindemann, Andreas, "Die Gerechtigkeit aus dem Gesetz: Erwägungen zur Auslegung und zur Textgeschichte von Römer 10:5," Zeitschrift für die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der Älteren Kirche 73, nos. 3–4 (1982), 231–250. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Lindemann, Andreas, "‘Do Not Let a Woman Destroy the Unborn Babe in Her Belly’: Abortion in Ancient Judaism and Christianity," Studia Theologica 49 (1995), 253–271. [Abortion] [Biblical Law]
  • Lindemann, Andreas, "Mose und Jesus Christus: Zum Verständnis des Gesetzes im Johannesevangelium," in Ulrich Mell and Ulrich B. Müller, Das Urchristentum in seiner literarischen Geschichte. Festschrift für Jürgen Becker zum 65. Geburtstag, 309–334, Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1999. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Lindenberger, James M., "How Much for a Hebrew Slave? The Meaning of Misneh in Deuteronomy 15:18," Journal of Biblical Literature 110, no. 3 (1991), 479–482. [Sale] [Slavery]
  • Lindgren, James, "Measuring the Value of Slaves and Free Persons in Ancient Law," Chicago-Kent Law Review 71 (1995), 149–216. [Slavery]
  • Linfield, Harry Sebee, The Relation of Jewish to Babylonian Law, Chicago: dissertation, University of Chicago Libraries, 1919. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Linton, Olaf, "The Trial of Jesus and the Interpretation of Psalms 110," New Testament Studies 7 (1960–1961), 258–262. [Interpretation] [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Lintott, A., "Freedmen and Slaves in the Light of Legal Documents from First Century A.D. Campania," Classical Quarterly 52 (February 2002), 555–565. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Slavery]
  • Lipinski, Edward, "Le mariage de Ruth," Vetus Testamentum 26 (January 1976), 124–127. [Marriage]
  • Lipinski, Edward, "L’Esclave Hebreu," Vetus Testamentum 26 (January 1976), 120–124. [Slavery]
  • Lipinski, Edward, "Prohibitive and Related Law Formulations in Biblical Hebrew and in Aramaic," in Proceedings of the World Congress of Jewish Studies, 9:25–39, Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies, 1988. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic]
  • Lipinski, Edward, "Sale, Transfer, and Delivery in Ancient Semitic Terminology," in H. Klengel, ed., Gesellschaft und Kultur im alten Vorderasien, 173–185, Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 1982 (Schriften zur Geschichte und Kultur des Alten Orients 15). [Property] [Sale] [Terminology]
  • Lipinski, Edward, "Transfer and Mortgage in Ancient Aramaic Documents" (in Hebrew), in Baruch A. Levine and others, eds., Eretz-Israel: Archaeological, Historical, and Geographical Studies 26: Frank Moore Cross Volume, 116–122, Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1999. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic] [Debt] [Property]
  • Lipman, Armand, La Loi de Moise Commenteé par un croyant de XXe siècle, Paris: Leroux, 1926. [Commentaries]
  • Liver, Jacob, "The Half-Shekel Offering in Biblical and Post-Biblical Literature," Harvard Theological Review 56 (1963), 173–198. [Taxation]
  • Livingston, Dennis H., "The Crime of Leviticus 24:11," Vetus Testamentum 36, no. 3 (1986), 352–354. [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Llewellyn, Dave, "Restoring the Death Penalty: Proceed with Caution," Christianity Today 19 (May 1975), 10–17. [Penalities]
  • Llewelyn, S.R., "The Introduction of HAZAQAH into Jewish Law," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Period 27 (1996), 154–167. [Jewish Law in Israel]
  • Loader, James Alfred, "Gerste, Bullen, Land und Levirat," in James Alfred Loader, Begegnung mit Gott. Gesammelte Studien im Bereich des Alten Testaments, 167–183, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2001. [Biblical Law]
  • Loader, William R.G., Jesus and the Fundamentalism of His Day, Melbourne: Uniting Education, 1998; reprinted Grand Rapids, Mich.: William B. Eerdmans, 2001. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Loader, William R.G., Jesus’ Attitude towards the Law. A Study of the Gospels, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1997; reprinted Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2002. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Loader, William R.G., The Septuagint, Sexuality, and the New Testament: Case Studies on the Impact of the LXX in Philo and the New Testament, Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2004. [Decalogue] [Divorce]
  • Locher, Clemens, Die Ehre einer Frau in Israel: Exegetische und rechtsvergleichende Studien zu Deuteronomium 22:13–21, Freiburg: Universitätsverlag; Göttengen: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 1986 (Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis 70). [Marriage]
  • Locher, Clemens, "Die Ehre einer Frau in Israel. Exegetische und rechtsvergleichende Studien zu Deuteronomium 22.13–21" (book review), Vetus Testamentum 44 (1994), 132–133. [Marriage]
  • Locher, Clemens, "Wie einzigartig war das altisraelitische Recht?" Judaica 38:130–140. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Locher, Gottfried W., "Der Geltungsgrad der Zehn Gebote," Zeitschrift für Evangelische Ethik 13 (1969), 129–145. [Biblical Law] [Decalogue]
  • Lochman, Jan Milic, "Die Vorstellung Des Namens Gottes im Dekalog als Begründung einer Ethik der Freiheit," Theologische Zeitschrift 34 (September 1978), 257–264. [Decalogue]
  • Lochman, Jan Milic, "Ehre deinen Vater und deine Mutter!" Reformatio 25 (September 1976), 453–459. [Decalogue]
  • Loersch, S., Das Deuteronomium und seine Deutungen: Ein forschungsgeschichtlicher Überblick, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1967 (Stuttgarter Bibelstudien 22). [Biblical Law]
  • Loewenstamm, Samuel E., "‘Anohi ‘ahatenna," (in Hebrew), Leshonenu 29 (1965), [Terminology]
  • Loewenstamm, Samuel E., "Biblical Law" (in Hebrew), Encyclopedia Mikrait 5 (1968), 614–637. [Biblical Law]
  • Loewenstamm, Samuel E., "Biqqoret Tihyeh" (in Hebrew), Shenaton Lamikra uleheker mamizrah hakadum 4 (1980), vii, 94–97.
  • Loewenstamm, Samuel E., Comparative Studies in Biblical and Ancient Oriental Literatures, Kevelaer: Butzon und Bercker, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1980. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Loewenstamm, Samuel E., "Death Penalties" (in Hebrew), Encyclopedia Mikrait 4 (1962), 946–950. [Penalities]
  • Loewenstamm, Samuel E., "Exodus 21:22–25," Vetus Testamentum 27 (1977), 352–360. [Biblical Law]
  • Loewenstamm, Samuel E., "Law during the Periods of the Patriarchs and the Judges" (in Hebrew), Ha-Historia shel Am Yisrael 2 (1967), 272–289, 386. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Loewenstamm, Samuel E., "Measure for Measure" (in Hebrew), Encyclopedia Mikrait 4 (1962), 702–706. [Talion] [Terminology]
  • Loewenstamm, Samuel E., "Neshek and Ma/Tarbit," Journal of Biblical Literature 88 (1969), 78–80. [Terminology]
  • Loewenstamm, Samuel E., "The Laws of Adultery and Homicide in Biblical and Mesopotamian Law Corpora" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 13 (1962), 55–59; reprinted in Beth Miqra 19 (1964), 77–78. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Homicide and Refuge] [Sexual Offences]
  • Loewenstamm, Samuel E., "The Laws of Adultery and Murder in Biblical and Mesopotamian Law," in Comparative Studies in Biblical and Ancient Oriental Literatures, 146–153, Kevelaer: Butzon und Bercker, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1980. [Homicide and Refuge] [Sexual Offences]
  • Loewenstamm, Samuel E., "The Phrase ‘X (or) X plus one’ in Biblical and Old Oriental Laws," Biblica 53 (1972), 543. [Literary Form]
  • Loewenstamm, Samuel E., "Zur Traditionsgeschichte des Bundes zwischen den Stücken," Vetus Testamentum 18 (1968), 500–506. [Covenant]
  • Lofthouse, William F., "The Social Teaching of the Law," Expositor (April 1908), 449–469. [Legal Education]
  • Lohfink, Gerhard, Der letzte Tag Jesu: Die Ereignisse der Passion, Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder, 1981; trans. Salvator Attanasio, The Last Day of Jesus, Notre Dame, Ind.: Ave Maria Press, 1984. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Armut in den Gesetzen des Alten Orients und der Bibel," in Studien zur biblischen Theologie, 239–259, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1993 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 16); reprinted from "Poverty in the Laws of the Ancient Near East and of the Bible," Theological Studies 52 (1991), 34–50. [Social Protection]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Bann," in M. Görg and B. Lang, eds., Neues Bibel-Lexikon I/Lfg.2: Arwad—Bruderliebe, 237f, Zürich: Benziger, 1989. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Beobachtungen zur Geschichte des Ausdrucks H am YHWH," in H.W. Wolff, ed., Probleme biblischer Theologie: Gerhard von Rad zum 70. Geburtstag, 275–305, München: Kaiser, 1971; reprinted in Gottesvolk, Unsere großen Wörter: Das Alte Testament zu Themen dieser Jahre, 111–126, Freiburg: Herder, 1977; 2d ed., 1979; 3d ed., 1985; reprinted in Studien zur biblischen Theologie, 99–132, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1993 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 16). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Botschaft vom Bund: Das Deuteronomium," in J. Schreiner, ed., Wort und Botschaft. Eine theologische und kritische Einführung in die Probleme des Alten Testaments, 163–177, Würzburg: Echter, 1967. [Covenant]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Bund," in Bibel Lexikon, 267–273, 2d ed., Einsiedeln: H. Haag, 1968. [Covenant]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Bund," in M. Görg and B. Lang, eds., Neues Bibel-Lexikon I/Lfg. 3: Brüder Jesu—Einleitungswissenschaft, 344–348, Zürich: Benziger, 1990. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Bund als Vertrag im Deuteronomium," Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 107 (1995), 215–239. [Covenant]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Culture Shock and Theology: A Discussion of Theology as a Cultural and Sociological Phenomenon Based on the Example of a Deuteronomic Law," Biblical Theology Bulletin 7 (1977), 12–21; reprinted in Pluralismus, Unsere großen Wörter: Das Alte Testament zu Themen dieser Jahre, 24–43, Freiburg: Herder, 1977; 2d ed., 1979; 3d ed., 1985. [Interpretation]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Das deuteronomische Gesetz in der Endgestalt—Entwurf einer Gesellschaft ohne marginale Gruppen," Biblische Notizen 51 (1990), 25–40; reprinted in Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur III, 205–218, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1995 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 20). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Das Deuteronomium," in Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur II, 15–24, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1991 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 12); reprinted from "Deuteronomy," in The Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, 229–232, Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1976. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Das Deuteronomium: Jahwegesetz oder Mosegesetz? Die Subjektzuordnung bei Wörtern für ‘Gesetz’ im Deuteronomium und in der dtr Literatur," Theologie und Philosophie 65 (1990), 387–391. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Das Gottesreich und die Wirtschaft," in Das Jüdische am Christentum: Die verlorene Dimension, 103–121, Freiburg: Herder, 1987; 2d ed., 1989; reprinted from "Der Begriff des Gottesreichs vom Alten Testament her gesehen," in J. Schreiner, ed., Unterwegs zur Kirche. Alttestamentliche Konzeptionen, 33–86, Freiburg: Herder, 1987 (Quaestiones Disputatae 110). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, Das Hauptgebot. Eine Untersuchung literarischer Einleitungsfragen zu Deuteronomy 5–11, Rome: Pontificio Instituto Biblico, 1963 (Analacta Biblica 20). [Decalogue]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Das Hauptgebot im Alten Testament," Geist und Leben 36 (1963), 271–281. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Das Königtum Gottes und die politische Macht," in Das Jüdische am Christentum: Die verlorene Dimension, 71–102, Freiburg: Herder, 1987; 2d ed., 1989; reprinted from "Der Begriff des Gottesreichs vom Alten Testament her gesehen," in J. Schreiner, ed., Unterwegs zur Kirche. Alttestamentliche Konzeptionen, 33–86, Freiburg: Herder, 1987 (Quaestiones Disputatae 110). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Der Begriff des Gottesreichs vom Alten Testament her gesehen," in Josef Schreiner, ed., Unterwegs zur Kirche: Alttestamentliche Konzeptionen, 33–86, Freiburg: Herder, 1987 (Quaestiones Disputatae 110); reprinted in "Das Königtum Gottes und die politische Macht," in Das Jüdische am Christentum: Die verlorene Dimension, 71–102, Freiburg: Herder, 1987; 2d ed., 1989; also in "Das Gottesreich und die Wirtschaft," in Das Jüdische am Christentum: Die verlorene Dimension, 103–121, Freiburg: Herder, 1987; 2d ed., 1989; also in Studien zur biblischen Theologie, 152–205, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1993 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 16). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Der Bundesschluss im Land Moab: Redaktionsgeschichtliches zu Deuteronomy 28:69–32:47," Biblische Zeitschrift 6 (1962), 32–56; reprinted in Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur I, 53–82, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1990 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 8). [Covenant]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Der Dekalog in der Sicht heutiger Bibelwissenschaft," Religionsuntericht an Hoheren Schulen 6 (1963), 197–206. [Decalogue]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Der ‘heilige Krieg’ und der ‘Bann’ in der Bibel," Internationale Katholische Zeitschrift, Communio 18 (1989), 104–112; reprinted as "‘Holy War’ and the ‘Ban’ in the Bible," ThD 38 (1991), 109–114. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Die huqqim mispatim im Buch Deuteronomium und ihre Neubegrenzung durch Deuteronomy 12:1," Biblica 70 (1989), 1–30; reprinted in Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur II, 229–256, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1991 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 12). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Der Neue Bund im Buch Deuteronomium?" Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 4 (1998), 100–125. [Biblical Law] [Covenant]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, trans. by Raymond Kuntzman, "Deutéronome et Pentateuque: État de la recherche," in Pierre Haudebert, ed., Le pentateuque: Débats et recherches: XIVe congrès de l’ACFEB, Angers 1991, 35–64, Paris: du Cerf, 1992 (Lectio Divina 151); repinted in G. Dautzenberg and N. Lohfink, eds., Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur III, 39–64, Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 20, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1995; also in Les traditions du Pentateuque autour de l’exil, 26–40, Paris: du Cerf, 1996 (Cahiers d’Evangile 97). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Deuteronomium," in M. Görg and B. Lang, eds., Neues Bibel-Lexikon I/Lfg. 3: Brüder Jesu—Einleitungswissenschaft, 414–418, Zürich: Benziger, 1990. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Deuteronomium 6:24 ‘für unseren Unterhalt aufzukommen,’" in G. Dautzenberg and N. Lohfink, eds., Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur III, 269–278, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1995 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 20); reprinted from "Deuteronomy 6:24: ‘to maintain us,’" in M. Fishbane and E. Tov, eds., "Sha’arei Talmon": Studies in the Bible, Qumran, and the Ancient Near East Presented to Shemaryahu Talmon, 111–119, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1992. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Deuteronomy," in The Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, 229–232, Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1976; reprinted as "Das Deuteronomium," in Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur II, 15–24, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1991 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 12); reprinted in "Pluralismus," Unsere großen Wörter: Das Alte Testament zu Themen dieser Jahre, 24–43, Freiburg: Herder, 1977; 2d ed., 1979; 3d ed., 1985. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Deuteronomy 6:24: lechayyotenû ‘to maintain us,’" in Michael Fishbane, Emanuel Tov, and Weston W. Fields, eds., "Sha’arei Talmon": Studies in the Bible, Qumran, and the Ancient Near East Presented to Shemaryahu Talmon, 111–119, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1992; reprinted as "Deuteronomium 6:24 ‘für unseren Unterhalt aufzukommen,’" in G. Dautzenberg and N. Lohfink, eds., Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur III, 269–278, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1995 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 20). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Deuteronomy 12:1 und Genesis 15:18: Das dem Samen Abrahams geschenkte Land als der Geltungsbereich der deuteronomischen Gesetze," in Manfred Görg and Augustin R Müller, eds., Die Väter Israels. Beiträge zur Theologie der Patriarchenüberlieferungen im Alten Testament: Festschrift für Josef Scharbert zum 70. Geburtstag, 183–210, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1989; reprinted in Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Litertaur II, 257–285, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1991 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 12). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Deuteronomy 26:17–19 und die ‘Bundesformel,’" Zeitschrift für Katholische Theologie 91 (1969), 517–553; reprinted in Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur I, 211–261, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1990 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 8). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Die Abänderung der Theologie des priesterlichen Geschichtswerks im Segen des Heiligkeitsgesetzes. Zu Lev. 26:9.11–13," in Hartmutt Gese and Hans P. Rüger, eds., Wort und Geschichte: Festschrift für Karl Elliger zum 70sten Geburtstag, 129–136, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, Kevelaer: Butzon und Berker, 1973 (Alter Orient und Altes Testament 18); reprinted in Studien zum Pentateuch, 157–168, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1988 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 4). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Die Ältesten Israels und der Bund: Zum Zusammenhang von Deuteronomy 5:23; 26:17–19; 27:1.9f und 31:9," Biblische Notizen 67 (1993), 26–42. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Die alttestamentliche Bundesinstitution im Lichte der neueren Forschung," Religionsuntericht an Hoheren Schulen 7 (1964), 123–132. [Covenant]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Die Bedeutung von hebr. jrs qal und hif," Biblische Zeitschrift 27 (1983), 14–33. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Die deuteronomistische Darstellung des Übergangs der Führung Israels von Moses auf Josue: Ein Beitrag zur alttestamentlichen Theologie des Amtes," Schol 37 (1962), 32–44; reprinted in Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur I, 83–97, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1990 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 8); reprinted as "The Deuteronomistic Picture of the Transfer of Authority from Moses to Joshua: A Contribution to an Old Testament Theology Office," in L.M. Maloney, trans., Theology of the Pentateuch: Themes of the Priestly Narrative and Deuteronomy, 234–247, Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 1994. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, Die Landverheissung als Eid: Eine Studie zu Genesis 15, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, (Stuttgarter Bibelstudien 28), (1967). [Oath]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Die richtige Gesellschaft," in Kirchenträume: Reden gegen den Trend, 64–90, Freiburg: Herder, 1982; reprinted in A igreja dos meus sonhos, Sao Paulo: Paulinas, 1986 (Colecao comunidade e missao). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Die Schichten des Pentateuch und der Krieg," in Norbert Lohfink, ed., Gewalt und Gewaltlosigkeit im Alten Testament, 51–110, Freiburg: Herder, 1983 (Quaestiones Disputatae 96); reprinted in Studien zum Pentateuch, 255–315, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1988 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 4); reprinted as "The Strata of the Pentateuch and the Question of War," in L.M. Maloney, trans., Theology of the Pentateuch: Themes of the Priestly Narrative and Deuteronomy, 173–226, Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 1994. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Die Sicherung der Wirksamkeit des Gotteswortes durch das Prinzip der Schriftlichkeit der Tora und durch das Prinzip der Gewaltenteilung nach den Ämtergesetzen des Buches Deuteronomium (Dt 16,18–18,22)," in H. Wolter, ed., Testimonium Veritati: Philosophische und Theologische Studien zu Kirchlichen Fragen der Gegenwart, 143–155, Frankfurt: Knecht, 1971 (Frankfurter Theologische Studien 7); reprinted as "Gewaltenteilung (Neufassung)," in Unsere großen Wörter: Das Alte Testament zu Themen dieser Jahre, 57–75, Freiburg: Herder, 1977; 2d ed., 1979; 3d ed., 1985; reprinted in Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur I, 305–323, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1990 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 8). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Die Stimmen in Deuteronomium," Biblische Zeitschrift 37 (1993), 209–235. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Die These vom ‘deuteronomischen’ Dekaloganfang: Ein fragwürdiges Ergebnis atomistischer Sprachstatistik," in Georg Braulik, ed., Studien zum Pentateuch: Festschrift für Walter Kornfeld zum 60ten Geburtstag, 99–109, Wien: Herder, 1977; reprinted in Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur I, 363–378, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1990 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 8). [Decalogue]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Die Wandlung des Bundesbegriffs im Buch Deuteronomium," in Johannes Baptist Metz, W. Kern, and others, eds., Gott im Welt: Festgabe für Karl Rahner, 1:423–444, Freiburg: Herder, 1964; condensed and reprinted as "El desarrollo del concepto de Alianza en el Deuteronomio," SelTeol 5 (1966), 45–52. [Covenant]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Die Zehn Gebote ohne den Berg Sinai," in Bibelauslegung im Wandel: Ein Exeget ortet seine Wissenschaft, 129–157, Frankfurt: Knecht, 1967. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "’D(w)t im Deuteronomium und in den Königsbüchern," Biblische Zeitschrift 35 (1991), 86–93. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "El desarrollo del concepto de Alianza en el Deuteronomio," SelTeol 5 (1966), 45–52; condensed and reprinted from "Die Wandlung des Bundesgriffes im Buch Deuteronomium," in J.B. Metz, W. Kern, and others, eds., Gott im Welt: Festgabe für Karl Rahner, 1:423–444, Freiburg: Herder, 1964. [Covenant]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Fortschreibung? Zur Technik von Rechtsrevisionen im deuteronomischen Bereich, erörtert an Deuteronomium 12, Exodus 21:2–11 und Deuteronomy 15:12–18," in T. Veijola, ed., Das Deuteronomium und seine Querbeziehungen, 127–171, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 1996 (Schriften der Finnischen Exegetischen Gessellschaft 62). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Gab es eine deuteronomistische Bewegung?" in Walter Gross, ed., Jeremia und die "deuteronomistische Bewegung," 313–382, Weinheim: Beltz Athenäum, 1995 (Bonner Biblische Beiträge 98); reprinted in G. Dautzenberg and N. Lohfink, eds., Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur III, 65–142, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1995 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 20); reprinted as "Y a-t-il eu un mouvement deutéronomiste?" in Les traditions du Pentateuque autour de l’exil, 41–63, Paris: du Cerf, 1996 (Cahiers d’Evangile 97). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Gesetz, Gerechtigkeit und Erbarmen in Alten Testament und im Alten Orient," Euntes Docete 52 (1999), 251–265. [Social Protection]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Gesetz und Gnade," Das Siegeslied am Schilfmeer (1965), 151–173. [Law and Religion]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Gewaltenteilung (Neufassung)," in Unsere großen Wörter: Das Alte Testament zu Themen dieser Jahre, 57–75, Freiburg: Herder, 1977; 2d ed., 1979; 3d ed., 1985; reprinted from "Die Sicherung der Wirksamkeit des Gotteswortes durch das Prinzip der Schriftlichkeit der Tora und durch das Prinzip der Gewaltenteilung nach den Ämtergesetzen des Buches Deuteronomium (Dt 16,18–18,22)," in H. Wolter, ed., Testimonium Veritati: Festschrift für Bischof Wilhelm Kempf, 143–155, Frankfurt: Knecht, 1971 (Frankfurter Theologische Studien 7). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Gibt es eine deuteronomistische Bearbeitung im Bundesbuch?" in Christian H.W. Brekelmans and Johan Lust, eds., Pentateuchal and Deuteronomistic Studies: Papers Read at the XIIIth IOSOT Congress Leuven 1989, 91–113, Louvain: Leuven Peeters, 1990 (Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium 94). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Gott auf der Seite der Armen," in Das Jüdische am Christentum: Die verlorene Dimension, 122–143, Freiburg: Herder, 1987; 2d ed., 1989; reprinted from "‘Option für die Armen,’ Das Leitwort der Befreiungstheologie im Lichte der Bibel," Stimmen der Zeit 203, no. 7 (1985) 449–464. [Social Protection]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Gott im Buch Deuteronomium," in J. Coppens, ed., La Notion biblique de Dieu: Le Dieu de la Bible et le Dieu des philosophes, 101–126, Louvain: Louvain University Press, 1976 (Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium 41); reprinted in Unsere großen Wörter: Das Alte Testament zu Themen dieser Jahre, 127–144, Freiburg: Herder, 1977; 2d ed., 1979; 3d ed., 1985; reprinted in Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur II, 25–53, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1991 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 12). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Gottes Reich und die Wirtschaft in der Bibel," Internationale Katholische Zeitschrift, Communio 15 (1986), 110–123. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Hate and Love in Osee 9:15," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 25 (1963), 417. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "‘Holy War’ and the ‘Ban’ in the Bible," ThD 38 (1991), 109–114; reprinted from "Der ‘heilige Krieg’ und der ‘Bann’ in der Bibel," Internationale Katholische Zeitschrift, Communio 18 (1989), 104–112. [Ban] [Biblical Law] [Law of War]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, Höre Israel! Auslegung von Texten aus dem Buch Deuteronomium, Düsseldorf: Patmos, 1965 (Der Welt der Bibel, Kleinkommentare zur Heiligen Schrift 18); reprinted in Ascolta, Israele: Esegesi di testi del Deuteronomio, Brescia: Paideia, 1968 (Studi Biblici 2); reprinted in Ècoute, Israël: Explication de textes du Dt, Lyon: Mappus; Paris: Oasis, 1968 ("Lumières bibl."). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Il commandemento primo’ nell’ Antico Testamento," Bibbia e Oriente 7 (1965), 49–60. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Kennt das Alte Testament einen Unterschied von ‘Gebot’ und ‘Gesetz’? Zur bibeltheologischen Einstufung des Dekalogs," in Ingo Baldermann, Ernst Dassmann, and Ottmar Fuchs, eds., "Gesetz" als Thema biblischer Theologie, 63–89, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1989 (Jahrbuch für Biblische Theologie 4); reprinted in Studien zur biblischen Theologie, 206–238, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1993 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 16). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, Krieg und Staat im alten Israel, Barsbüttel: Institut für Theologie und Frieden, 1992 (Beiträge zur Friedensethik 14). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Kultzentralisation und Deuteronomium: Zu einem Buch von Eleonore Reuter," Zeitschrift für altorientalische und biblische Rechtsgeschichte 1 (1995), 117–148. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "La utopia de un mundo sin pobres en la Biblia?" SelTeol 31 (1992), 147–156; reprinted from "Poverty in the Laws of the Ancient Near East and of the Bible," Theological Studies 52 (1991), 34–50. [Social Protection]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Le radici del diritto canonico nell’Antico Testamento," Waderni di Niccolò Stenone 1 (1991), 5–19. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, Lectures on Deuteronomy 12–14, prepared by G. Banks and others, Rome: Biblical Institute Press, 1983. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, Lectures on the Covenant Formula: A Summary of Material, Rome: Pontificio Istituto Biblico, 1969. [Covenant]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "melek, sallît, und mósel bei Kohelet und die Abfassungszeit des Buchs," Biblica 62 (1981), 535–543. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Moab ober Sichem—wo wurde Dtn 28 nach der Fabel des Deuteronomiums proklamiert?" in F. García Martinez, A. Hilhorst, J.T.A.G.M. van Ruiten, Adam van der Woude, eds., Studies in Deuteronomy: In Honour of C.J. Labuschagne on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday, 139–153, Leiden: Brill, 1994 (Vetus Testamentum Supplement 53). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Opferzentralisation, Säkularisierungsthese, und mimetische Theorie," in G. Dautzenberg and N. Lohfink, eds., Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur III, 219–260, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1995 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 20); reprinted from "The Destruction of the Seven Nations in Deuteronomy and the Mimetic Theory," Contagion 2 (1995), 103–117. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, Option for the Poor: The Basic Principle of Liberation Theology in the Light of the Bible, Berkeley, Calif.: Bibal Press, 1987. [Social Protection]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "‘Option für die Armen,’ Das Leitwort der Befreiungstheologie im Lichte der Bibel," Stimmen der Zeit 203, no. 7 (1985) 449–464; reprinted as "Gott auf der Seite der Armen," in Das Jüdische am Christentum: Die verlorene Dimension, 122–143, Freiburg: Herder, 1987; 2d ed., 1989. [Social Protection]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Pluralismus," Unsere großen Wörter: Das Alte Testament zu Themen dieser Jahre, 24–43, Freiburg: Herder, 1977; 2d ed., 1979; 3d ed., 1985; reprinted from "Culture Shock and Theology: A Discussion of Theology as a Cultural and Sociological Phenomenon Based on the Example of a Deuteronomic Law," Biblical Theology Bulletin 7 (1977), 12–22, and "Deuteronomy," in The Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, 229–232, Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1976. [Interpretation]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Poverty in the Laws of the Ancient Near East and of the Bible," Theological Studies 52 (1991), 34–50; reprinted as "La utopia de un mundo sin pobres en la Biblia?" SelTeol 31 (1992), 147–156; reprinted as "Armut in den Gesetzen des Alten Orients und der Bibel," in Studien zur biblischen Theologie, 239–259, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1993 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 16). [Social Protection]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Psalms 114–115 (M[asoretic] und G[reek]) und die deuteronomische Sprachwelt," in Ernst Haag and Frank-Lothar Hossfeld, eds., Freude an der Weisung des Herrn: Beiträge zur Theologie der Psalmen. Festgabe Heinrich Gross, 199–205, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1986 (Stuttgarter biblische Beiträge 13). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Rilievi sulla tradizione dell’alleanza con i Patriarchi," Bibel und Kirche 22 (1967), 24–; reprinted in Rivista Biblica 15 (1967), 393–406. [Biblical Law] [Covenant]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "smd," in H.-J. Fabry and H. Ringgren, eds., Theologisches Worterbuch zum Alten Testament, 8:176–198, Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1994. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "TAPHAS," in G.J. Botterweck and H. Ringgren, eds., Theologisches Worterbuch zum Alten Testament, 3:123–128, Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1977. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "The Decalogue in Deuteronomy 5," in L.M. Maloney, trans., Theology of the Pentateuch: Themes of the Priestly Narrative and Deuteronomy, 248–264, Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 1994; reprinted from Zur Dekalogfassung von Deuteronomy 5, Biblische Zeitschrift 9 (1965), 17–32. [Decalogue]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "The Dependence of the Legal Corpus of Deuteronomy upon Both the Covenant Code and Exodus 34," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1993. [Biblical Law] [Covenant]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "The Destruction of the Seven Nations in Deuteronomy and the Mimetic Theory," Contagion 2 (1995), 103–117; reprinted as "Opferzentralisation, Säkularisierungsthese, und mimetische Theorie," in G. Dautzenberg and N. Lohfink, eds., Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur III, 219–260, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1995 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 20). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "The Deuteronomistic Picture of the Transfer of Authority from Moses to Joshua," in L.M. Maloney, trans., Theology of the Pentateuch: Themes of the Priestly Narrative and Deuteronomy, 234–247, Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 1994; reprinted from "Die deuteronomistische Darstellung des Übergangs der Führung Israels von Moses auf Josue: Ein Beitrag zur alttestamentlichen Theologie des Amtes," Schol 37 (1962), 32–44. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "The Problem of Individual and Community in Deuteronomy 1:6–3:29," in L.M. Maloney, trans., Theology of the Pentateuch: Themes of the Priestly Narrative and Deuteronomy, 227–233, Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 1994; reprinted from "Wie stellt sich das Problem Individuum—Gemeinschaft in Deuteronomium 1,6–3,29?" Schol 35 (1960), 403–407. [Biblical Law] [Collective Responsibility]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "The ‘Small Credo’ of Deuteronomy 26:5–9," in L.M. Maloney, trans., Theology of the Pentateuch: Themes of the Priestly Narrative and Deuteronomy, 265–289, Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 1994; reprinted from "Zum ‘kleinen geschichtlichen Credo’ Deuteronomy 2:5–9," Theologie und Philosophie 46 (1971), 19–39. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "The Strata of the Pentateuch and the Question of War," in L.M. Maloney, trans., Theology of the Pentateuch: Themes of the Priestly Narrative and Deuteronomy, 173–226, Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 1994; reprinted from "Die Schichten des Pentateuch und der Krieg," in N. Lohfink, ed., Gewalt und Gewaltlosigkeit im Alten Testament, 51–110, Freiburg: Herder, 1983 (Quaestiones Disputatae 96). [Biblical Law] [Law of War]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Was wird anders bei kanonischer Schriftauslegung? Beobachtungen am Beispiel von Psalm 6," in Ingo Baldermann, Ernst Dassmann and Ottmar Fuchs, eds., Zum Problem des biblischen Kanons, 29–53, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1988 (Jahrbuch für Biblische Theologie 3); reprinted in Studien zur biblischen Theologie, 263–293, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1993 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 16). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Welches Orakel gab den Davididen Dauer? Ein Textproblem in 2 Kön 8,19 und das Funktionieren der dynastischen Orakel im Deuteronomistischen Geschichtswerk," in U. Struppe, ed., Studien zum Messiasbild im Alten Testament, 127–154, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1989 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 6); reprinted in Tzvi Abusch, John Huehnergard and Piotr Steinkeller, eds., Lingering over Words: Studies in Ancient Near Eastern Literature in Honor of William L. Moran, 349–370, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1990 (Harvard Semitic Studies 37). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Wie stellt sich das Problem Individuum—Gemeinschaft in Deuteronomium 1,6–3,29?" Schol 35 (1960), 403–407; reprinted in Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur I, 45–51, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1990 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 8); reprinted as "The Problem of Individual and Community in Deuteronomy 1:6–3:29," in L.M. Maloney, trans., Theology of the Pentateuch: Themes of the Priestly Narrative and Deuteronomy, 227–233, Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 1994. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Y a-t-il eu un mouvement deutéronomiste?" in Les traditions du Pentateuque autour de l’exil, 41–63, Paris: du Cerf, 1996 (Cahiers d’Evangile 97); reprinted from "Gab es eine deuteronomistische Bewegung?" in W. Groß, ed., Jeremia und die "deuteronomistische Bewegung," 313–382, Weinheim: Beltz Athenäum, 1995 (Bonner Biblische Beiträge 98). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Zu Text und Form von Os 4,4–5," Biblica 42 (1961), 303–332. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Zum ‘kleinen geschichtlichen Credo’ Deuteronomy 26:5–9," Theologie und Philosophie 46 (1971), 19–39; reprinted as "The ‘Small Credo’ of Deuteronomy 26:5–9," in L.M. Maloney, trans., Theology of the Pentateuch: Themes of the Priestly Narrative and Deuteronomy, 265–289, Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 1994. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Zum rabbinischen Verständnis von Deuteronomy 12:1," in J. Zmijewski, ed., Die alttestamentliche Botschaft als Wegweisung: Festschrift für Heinz Reinelt, 157–162, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1990; reprinted in Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur II, 287–292, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1991 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 12). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Zur Dekalogfassung von Deuteronomy 5," Biblische Zeitschrift 9 (1965), 17–32; reprinted in Studien zum Deuteronomium und zur deuteronomistischen Literatur I, 193–209, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1990 (Stuttgarter biblische Aufsatzbände 8); reprinted as "The Decalogue in Deuteronomy 5," in L.M. Maloney, trans., Theology of the Pentateuch: Themes of the Priestly Narrative and Deuteronomy, 248–264, Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 1994. [Decalogue]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Zur Fabel des Deuteronomiums," in G. Braulik, ed., Bundesdokument und Gesetz. Studien zum Deuteronomium, 65–78, Freiburg: Herder, 1995 (Herder’s Biblical Studies 4). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, "Zur Fabel in Deuteronomy 31–32," in Rudiger Bartelmus, Thomas Krüger and Helmut Utzschneider, eds., Konsequente Traditionsgeschichte: Festschrift für Klaus Baltzer zum 65. Geburtstag, 255–279, Freiburg: Universitätsverlag; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 1993 (Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis 126). [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, review of B.M. Levinson, ed., Theory and Method in Biblical and Cuneiform Law: Revision, Interpolation and Development, Zeitschrift fürAltorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 2 (1996), 201–207. [Biblical Law] [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [History of Biblical Law] [Interpretation] [Methodology in Jewish Law] [Theory of Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, review of Eckart Otto, Das Deuteronomium. Politische Theologie und Rechtsreform in Juda und Assyrien, Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 6 (2000), 368–371. [Comparative Studies—Assyrian]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, review of Hans Ulrich Steymans, Deuteronomium 28 und die ade zur Thronfolgeregelung Asarhaddons: Segen und Fluch im Alten Orient und in Israel, Revue Biblique 103 (1996), 602–605. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, review of Horst Dietrich Preuss, Deuteronomium, Theologische Literaturzeitung 108 (1983), 349–353. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, review of Joachim Buchholz, Die Ältesten Israels im Deuteronomium, Theologische Revue 89 (1993), 192–195. [Biblical Law]
  • Lohfink, Norbert, review of Klaus Baltzer, Das Bundesformular, Schol 36 (1961), 419–423. [Biblical Law]
  • Löhr, Hermut, "Jesus und der Nomos aus der Sicht des entstehenden Christentums: Zum Jesus-Bild im ersten Jahrhundert n. Chr. und zu unserem Jesus-Bild," in Jens Schröter and Ralph Brucker, eds., Der historische Jesus: Tendenzen und Perspektiven der gegenwärtigen Forschung, 337–354, New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2002. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Lohr, Max, Das Asylwesen im Alten Testament, Halle: Max Niemeyer, 1930. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Lohse, Eduard, The New Testament Environment, trans. John E. Steely, London: SCM, 1976. [New Testament]
  • Long, D. Stephen, "Charity and Justice: Christian Economy and the Just Ordering of the Commandments," Communio 25 (Spring 1998), 14–28. [Decalogue] [New Testament] [Social Protection]
  • Long, William R., "The Paulusbild in the Trial of Paul in Acts," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 22 (1983), 87–105. [New Testament—Trials of Paul]
  • Longenecker, Richard N., "The Pedagogical Nature of the Law in Galatians 3:19–4:7," Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 25 (March 1982), 53–61. [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Theory of Law]
  • Lonning, Inge, "Paulus und Petrus; Gal. 2:11ff als kontroverstheologisches Fundamentalproblem," Studia Theologica 24, no. 1 (1970), 1–69. [New Testament]
  • Loretz, Oswald, "Bryt, Band-Bund," Vetus Testamentum 16 (1966), 239–241. [Covenant]
  • Loretz, Oswald, "Exodus 21: 6, 22:8 und angebliche Nuzi-Parallelen," Biblica 41 (1960), 167–175. [Comparative Studies—Nuzi]
  • Loretz, Oswald, Habiru-Hebräer: eine sozio-linguistische Studie über die Herkunft des Gentiliziums ‘ibri vom Appellativum habiru, Berlin: de Gruyter, 1984. [Terminology]
  • Loretz, Oswald, "Israel und sein Gottesbund," Wort und Wahrheit 15 (1960), 85–92. [Covenant]
  • Lorton, David, The Juridical Terminology of International Relations in Egyptian Texts through Dyn. XVIII, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1974. [Comparative Studies—Egyptian]
  • Loss, N.M., "A proposito di Leviticus 19:19b e di Deuteronomy 22:10," Rivista Biblica 6 (1958), 361–364. [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Lovin, Robin W., "Equality and Covenant Theology," Journal of Law and Religion 2, no. 2 (1984), 241–262. [Covenant]
  • Low, Leopold, "Eherechtliche Studien," Schriften 3 (1893), 13–334. [Marriage]
  • Lowe, Malcolm, ed., The New Testament and Christian-Jewish Dialogue: Studies in Honor of David Flusser, special issue of Immanuel 24/25, 7–305, Ecumenical Theological Research Fraternity in Israel, 1990. [New Testament]
  • Loye, Jean-Daniel, and Christian Vallet, "La Place de la Torah et du Culte dans le Livre des Antiquités Bibliques," Melanges de Science Religieuse 54 (January-March 1997), 5–20. [Sources—Intertestamental]
  • Loza, José, "Les catéchèses étiologiques dans l’Ancien Testament (Exodus 12:27a, 13:8, 14; Deuteronomy 6:21; Joshua 4:6a-7b, 22)," Revue Biblique 78 (October 1971), 481–500. [Biblical Law]
  • Luciani, Didier, "Le jubilee dans Levitique 25," RTL 30 (1999), 456–486. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Luck, Ulrich, "Das Weltverständnis in der jüdischen Apokalyptik dargestellt am äthiopischen Henoch und am 4 Esra," Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche 73, no. 3 (1976), 283–305. [Biblical Law]
  • Ludwig, Theodore M., "Law-Gospel Tension in Jeremiah," Concordia Theological Monthly 36 (1965), 70–79. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Luke, K., "‘Eye for Eye, Tooth for Tooth . . .,’" Indian Theological Studies 16 (1979), 326–343. [Talion]
  • Lull, David J., "The Law Was Our Pedagogue: A Study in Galatians 3:19–25," Journal of Biblical Literature 105 (1986), 481–498. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Lundbom, Jack R., "The Lawbook of the Josianic Reform," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 38 (1976), 293–302. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Luria, S., "Tochterschändung in der Bibel," Archiv Orientálni 33 (1965), 207–208. [Parent and Child]
  • Lust, J., review of Steven Shawn Tuell, The Law of the Temple in Ezekiel 40–48, Ephemerides Theological Lovanienses 70 no. 1, (1994), 147–148; reprinted in Bibliotheca Orientalis 53, nos. 3–4 (May-August 1996), 497–499. [Ritual Law]
  • Lüthi, Walter, Die Zehn Gebote Gottes: Ausgelegt für die Gemeinde, Basel: F. Reinhardt, 1950. [Decalogue]
  • Luz, Ulrich, "Die Erfülling des Gesetzes bei Matthäus, Matthew 5:17–20," Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche 75, no. 4 (1978), 398–435. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Lyall, Francis, "Legal Metaphors in the Epistles," Tyndale Bulletin 32 (1981), 79–95. [New Testament]
  • Lyall, Francis, "Roman Law in the Writings of Paul: Adoption," Journal of Biblical Literature 88 (1969), 458–466. [Adoption] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Lyall, Francis, "Roman Law in the Writings of Paul:the Slave and the Freedman," New Testament Studies 17 (1970), 73–79. [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Slavery]
  • Lyall, Francis, Slaves, Citizens, Sons: Legal Metaphors in the Epistles, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan, 1984. [New Testament] [Slavery]
  • Lyonnet, Stanislas, "Lex naturalis quid praecipiat secundum St. Paulum et antiquam Patrum traditionem," Verbum Domini 45 (1967), 150–161. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]


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  • Mabee, Charles R., "Judicial Instrumentality in the Ahimelech Story," in Craig A. Evans and William F. Stinespring, eds., Early Jewish and Christian Exegesis: Studies in Memory of William Hugh Brownlee, 17–32, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1987. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Mabee, Charles R., "The Problem of the Setting in Hebrew Royal Judicial Narratives," Dissertation Abstracts International 38 (1977), 844–A. [Kingship]
  • Macchi, Jean-Daniel, "Genese 31:24–42, La derniere rencontre de Jacob et de Laban," in Jacob: Commentaire a plusieurs voix de Gen 25–36/Ein mehrstimmiger Kommentar zu/A Plural Commentary of Genesis 25–36. Melanges offerts a Albert de Pury, 144–162, Geneva: Labor et Fides, 2001 (Le Monde de la Bible 44). [Biblical Law] [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Maccoby, Hyam, "Jesus and Barabbas," New Testament Studies 16 (1969), 55–60. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Maccoby, Hyam, "Neusner and the Red Cow," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Period 21 (1990), 60–75. [Ritual Law]
  • Maccoby, Hyam, "Paul and Circumcision: A Rejoinder," Jewish Quarterly Review 82 (1991), 177–180. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Maccoby, Hyam, Ritual and Morality: The Ritual Purity System and Its Place in Judaism, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999. [Ritual Law]
  • Maccoby, Hyam, "The Corpse in the Tent," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic and Roman Period 28, no. 2 (1997), 195–209. [Ritual Law]
  • Maccoby, Hyam, "The Law about Liquids: A Rejoinder," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 67 (1997), 115–122. [Ritual Law]
  • MacCormack, Geoffrey, "Revenge and Compensation in Early Law," American Journal of Comparative Law 21 (1973), 69–85. [Remedies]
  • MacDonald, John, "Comprehensive and Thematic Reading of the Law by the Samaritans," Journal of Jewish Studies 10 (1959), 67–74. [New Testament]
  • MacDowell, Douglas Maurice, The Law in Classical Athens, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1978. [Comparative Studies—Greek]
  • Mace, David Robert, Hebrew Marriage: A Sociological Study, London: Epworth Press, 1953. [Marriage]
  • Machinist, Peter, "Job’s Daughters and Their Inheritance in the Testament of Job and Its Biblical Congeners," in William J. Dever and J. Edward Wright, eds., The Echoes of Many Texts: Reflections on Jewish and Christian Traditions: Essays in Honor of Lou H. Silberman, 67–80, Atlanta: Scholars, 1997. [Parent and Child] [Property] [Status—Women] [Succession]
  • Macholz, Georg Christian, "Die Stellung des Königs in der israelitischen Gerichtsverfassung," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 84, no. 2 (1972), 157–182. [Kingship]
  • Macholz, Georg Christian, "Gerichtsdoxologie und israelitisches Rechtsverfahren," Dielheimer Blätter 9 (1975), 52–79. [Biblical Law]
  • Macholz, Georg Christian, "Zur Geschichte der Justizorganisation in Juda," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 84, no. 3 (1972), 314–340. [Courts] [History of Biblical Law]
  • MacKenzie, Roderick A.F., "The Formal Aspects of Ancient Near Eastern Law," in The Seed of Wisdom: Essays in Honor of T.J. Meek, 31–44, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1964. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • MacKenzie, Roderick A.F., The Forms of Israelite Law, Rome: dissertation, 1945. [Literary Form]
  • Madelung, Wilfred, "The Sources of Isma’ili Law," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 35 (1979), 29–40. [Sources of Law]
  • Mafico, Temba J., "The Term Saitum in Akkadian Documents," Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 13 (1987), 69–87. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Terminology]
  • Magdalene, F. Rachel, "Rachel’s Marriage Contract: A New Genre in the Book of Genesis," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1993. [Contract] [Marriage]
  • Magne, J., "Jesus devant Pilate," Revue Biblique 105 (1998), 42–69. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Magnetti, Donald L., "The Oath in the Old Testament in the Light of Related Terms and in the Legal Covenantal Context of the Ancient Near East," Dissertation Abstracts 3002A, 689–. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Contract] [Covenant] [Terminology]
  • Maher, Michael, "Some Aspects of Torah in Judaism," Irish Theological Quarterly 38 (1971), 310–325. [Theory of Law]
  • Maher, Michael, "Take My Yoke upon You (Matthew 11:29)," New Testament Studies 22 (October 1975), 97–103. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Maier, Christl, Jeremia als Lehrer der Tora: Soziale Gebote des Deuteronomiums in Forschreibungen des Jeremiabuchs, Göttingen: Vendenhoeck und Ruprecht, 2002. [Covenant] [Law and the Prophets] [Social Protection]
  • Maier, Johann, "Das jüdische Gesetz zwischen Qumran und Septuaginta," in Heinz-Josef Fabry and Ulrich Offerhaus, Im Brennpunkt: Die Septuaginta. Studien zur Entstehung und Bedeutung der Griechischen Bibel, 155–165, Stuttgart: Verlag W. Kohlhammer, 2001. [Qumran]
  • Maier, Johann, "Torah und Pentateuch, Gesetz und Moral: Beobachtungen zum jüdischen und christlicht-theologischen Befund," in Angelo Vivian, ed., Biblische und Judaistische Studien: Festschrift für Paolo Sacchi, 1–54, Frankfurt am Main: Lang, 1990 (Judentum und Umwelt 29). [Biblical Law]
  • Maier, Johann, "Urim und Tummim, Recht und Bund in der Spannung zwischen Königtum und Priestertum im alten Israel," Kairos 11 (1969), 22–38. [Kingship]
  • Maier, Johann, "Zur Geschichte des Bundesgedankens," Judaica 25 (1969), 222–257. [Covenant]
  • Maier, Paul L., "Who Was Responsible for the Trial and Death of Jesus?" Christianity Today 18 (1974), 8–11. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Maillot, Alphonse, "Du texte au sermon, 1 Corinthians 14:26–40," Etudes Theologiques et Religieuses 45, no. 2 (1970), 113–129. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Maimela, Simon S., "God’s Creative Activity through the Law: A Constructive Proposal on the Theological Meaning of Law," Harvard Theological Review 71 (July-October 1978), 321–322. [Law and Religion]
  • Maimonides, Mischna Thora, "Bd. IV, Das judische Civil und Strafrecht," Aus dem Urtext ins DeutscheÜbersetzt, 1890. [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Maimonides, Moses, The Book of Acquisition, trans. Isaac Klein, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1951. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Maimonides, Moses, The Book of Civil Laws, trans. J. Rabinowitz, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1949. [Public Law] [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Maimonides, Moses, The Book of Cleanness, trans. H. Danby, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1954. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Maimonides, Moses, The Book of Judges, ed. A.M. Hershman, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1949. [Legal Profession] [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Maimonides, Moses, The Book of Offerings, trans. H. Danby, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1950. [Ritual Law] [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Maimonides, Moses, The Book of Torts, ed. Hyman Klein, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1954. [Sources—Rabbinic] [Torts]
  • Maimonides, Moses, The Commandments: Sefer Ha-Mitzvoth of Maimonides, London: Soncino Press, 1967. [Decalogue]
  • Maimonides, Moses, The Reasons of the Laws of Moses: From the "More Nevochim" with Notes, Dissertations and a Life of the Author, ed. James Townley, 14–451, London: Longman, 1827. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Malamat, Abraham, "Aspects of Tribal Societies in Mari and Israel," Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale 15 (1967), 129–138. [Comparative Studies—Mari]
  • Malamat, Abraham, "Deity Revokes Kingship: Towards Intellectual Reasoning in Mari and in the Bible," offprint from J. Prosecky, ed., Intellectual Life of the Ancient Near East: Papers Presented at the 43rd Recontre assyriologique internationale Prague, July 1–5, 1996, 231–235, Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic Oriental Institute, 1998. [Comparative Studies—Mari] [Kingship] [Legal Reasoning]
  • Malamat, Abraham, "Doctrines of Causality in Hittite and Biblical Historiography: A Parallel," Vetus Testamentum 5 (1955), 1–12. [Causation] [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Malamat, Abraham, "The Ban in Mari and in the Bible," Ou-Testamentiese Werkgemeenskap van Suid-Afrika (1966), 40–49; also in Biblical Essays, 40–49, Stellenbosch, 1966. [Ban] [Comparative Studies—Mari]
  • Malamat, Abraham, "The Kingdom of Judah between Egypt and Babylon: A Small State within a Great Power Confrontation," in Walter T. Claassen, ed., Text and Context: Old Testament and Semitic Studies for F.C. Fensham,117–129, Sheffield, Eng.: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1988; reprinted in Studia Theologica 44 (1990), 65–77. [Sources of Law]
  • Malchow, Bruce V., Social Justice in the Hebrew Bible, Collegeville, Minn.: Liturgical Press, 1996. [Biblical Law] [Social Protection]
  • Malchow, Bruce V., "Social Justice in the Israelite Law Codes," Word and World 4 (Summer 1984), 299–306. [Social Protection]
  • Malfroy, Jean, "Sagesse et Loi dans le Deuteronome etudes," Vetus Testamentum 15 (1965), 49–65. [Theory of Law]
  • Malick, David E., "The Condemnation of Homosexuality in 1 Corinthians 6:9," Bibliotheca Sacra 150 (1993), 479–492. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Malick, David E., "The Condemnation of Homosexuality in Romans 1:26–27," Bibliotheca Sacra 150 (1993), 327–340. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Maloney, Robert P., "Usury and Restrictions on Interest-Taking in the Ancient Near East," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 36 (1974), 1–20. [Usury]
  • Malue, Leonard, "The Passover Festival in the Book of Leviticus," Bible Today 36 (1998), 17–23. [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Ritual Law]
  • Malul, Meir, "Adoption of Foundlings in the Bible and Mesopotamian Documents: A Study of Some Legal Metaphors in Ezekiel 16:1–7," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 46 (1990), 97–126. [Abortion]
  • Malul, Meir, "Law in the Narratives. A Study of HKKRO and YTB BAYINIM in 2 Samuel 3:36," Journal of Northwest Semitic Language 17 (1991), 23–36. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Malul, Meir, "Studies in Biblical Legal Symbolism—a Discussion of the Terms kanaph, heq, and hosen/hesen: Their Meaning, and Legal Usage in the Bible and the Ancient Near East," Shnaton 9 (1987), 191–210. [Terminology]
  • Malul, Meir, "The bukannum-Clause—Relinquishment of Rights by Previous Right-Holder," Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 75, no. 1 (1985), 66–77. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Malul, Meir, The Comparative Method in Ancient Near Eastern and Biblical Legal Studies, Kevelaer: Butzon und Bercker; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1990 (Altorientalische Textes zum Alten Testament 227). [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Malul, Meir, "Touching the Sexual Organs as an Oath Ceremony in an Akkadian Letter," Vetus Testamentum 37 (1987), 491–492. [Oath]
  • Mamie, P., "Le Decalogue. Recherches textuelles et notes theologiques," Nova et Vetera 37 (1962), 277–283; 38 (1963), 216–224. [Decalogue]
  • Mamlek, G., "The Two Trials of Jesus," Midstream 35, no. 5 (1989), 29–32. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Mande, S., Der Bann, Brunn, 1898.
  • Mandell, Sara R., "Did the Maccabees Believe That They Had a Valid Treaty with Rome?" Catholic Biblical Quarterly 53 (1991), 202–220. [International Law]
  • Manek, Jindrich, "Das Aposteldekret im Kontext der Lukastheologie," Communio Viatorum 15, no. 2–3 (1972), 151–160. [New Testament]
  • Manley, George Thomas, The Book of The Law: Studies in the Date of Deuteronomy, Rochester, England: Staples Printers, Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1957. [Sources—Biblical]
  • Mann, Ulrich, Gesetz und Evangelium als dogmatisches Prinzip, Tübingen: dissertation, 1957. [Law and Religion]
  • Manning, J.G., "Demotic Egyptian Instruments of Transfer as Evidence for Private Ownership of Real Property," Chicago-Kent Law Review 71 (1995), 237–268. [Property]
  • Manor, Dale W., "A Brief History of Levirate Marriage as It Relates to the Bible, Gen. 38:6–11, Deut. 25:5–10, Ruth," Near East Archaeological Society Bulletin 20 (1982), 33–52; reprinted in Restoration Quarterly 27 (1984), 129–142. [Levirate]
  • Mans, M.J., "The Early Latin Fathers on Herod and the Infanticide," Hervormde Teologiese Studies 53, nos. 1–2 (1997), 92–102. [Criminal Law] [Parent and Child]
  • Mantel, Hugo, Studies in the History of the Sanhedrin, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1961. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Maon, Pierre, Responsabilite et culpabilite solidaires dans les tres anciennes institutions bibliques, Louvain, 1964.
  • Maon, Pierre, "Responsabilité," in H. Cazelles and A. Feuillet, eds., Supplément au Dictionnaire de la Bible, 357–356, Paris, 1981 (fascicule 55). [Biblical Law]
  • Marböck, Johannes, "Gesetz und Weisheit: Zum Verständnis des Gesetzes bei Jesus ben Sira," Biblische Zeitschrift 20, no. 1 (1976), 1–21. [New Testament]
  • Marchadour, Alain, ed., Procès de Jésus, procès des Juifs: Éclairage Biblique et historique, Paris: Cerf, 1998. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Marcus, David, "Civil Liberties under Israelite and Mesopotamian Kings," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society of Columbia University 10 (1978), 53–60. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Human Rights]
  • Marcus, David, "Juvenile Delinquency in the Bible and the Ancient Near East," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society of Columbia University 13 (1981), 31–52. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Marcus, David, "The Bargaining between Jephthah and the Elders (Judges 11:4–11)," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society of Columbia University 19 (1989), 95–100. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Marcus, Joel, "Mark 14:61: Are You the Messiah-Son-of-God?" Novum Testamentum 31 (1989), 125–141. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Marcus, Joel, "‘Under the Law’: The Background of a Pauline Expression," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 63, no. 1 (January 2001), 72–83. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Marcus, Ralph, Law in the Apocrypha, New York: Columbia University Press, 1927. [Sources—Intertestamental]
  • Marguerat, Daniel, "Jesus et al Loi, selon Matthieu," Foi et vie 78 (June 1979), 53–76. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Marguerat, Daniel, "L’avenir de la loi: Matthieu à l’épreuve de Paul," Etudes Theologiques et Religieuses 57 (1982), 361–373. [New Testament]
  • Marguerat, Daniel, "Les Dix commandements de Jésus," Monde de la Bible 117 (1999), 40–43. [Decalogue] [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Marguerat, Daniel, "Loi et Jugement dernier dans le Nouveau Testament," in Françoise Mies, ed., Bible et droit. L’esprit des lois, 67–86, Namur: Presses universitaires de Namur, 2001. [New Testament]
  • Marín, Juan A. Belmonte, "Old Babylonian Administrative and Legal Texts from the Montserrat Museum," Aula Orientalis 15 (1997), 99–137. [Sources of Law] [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Markon, Z., "Haam vehasefer (On Copyright)," Hamishpat Haivri 2, nos. 4–5, 192–201. [Copyright]
  • Marland, P.J., "Menswear and Womenswear: A Study of Deuternomomy 22:5," Expository Times 110 (1998), 73–76. [Discrimination] [Sexual Offences] [Status]
  • Marrow, Stanley B., "Marriage and Divorce in the New Testament," Anglican Theological Review 70 (1988), 3–15. [Marriage] [New Testament—Divorce]
  • Mars, Leonard, "What Was Onan’s Crime?" Comparative Studies in Society and History 26 (1984), 429–439. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Criminal Law]
  • Marsden, J. Benj, The Influence of the Mosaic Code upon Subsequent Legislation, London: Hamilton, Adams, and Co., 1862. [Influence of Jewish Law]
  • Marshall, Jay W., Israel and the Book of the Covenant: An Anthropological Approach to Biblical Law, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1993. [Biblical Law]
  • Marshall, W.W., "Some Considerations in Assessing the Relationship between Election and Covenant," Nederduitse Gereformeerde Teologiese Tydskrift 9 (1969), 240–244. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Martens, John W., One God, One Law: Philo of Alexandria on the Mosaic and Greco-Roman Law, Boston: Brill, 2003. [Biblical Law] [Comparative Studies—Greek]
  • Martens, John W., "Philo and the Higher Law," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 30 (1991), 309–322. [Biblical Law]
  • Martens, John W., "Unwritten Law in Philo: A Response to Naomi G. Cohen," Journal of Jewish Studies 43 (1992), 38–45. [Biblical Law]
  • Martin, Brice L., Christ and the Law in Paul, Leiden: Brill, 1989. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Martin, Brice L., "Matthew on Christ and the Law," Theological Studies 44 (March 1983), 53–70. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Martin, Brice L., "Paul on Christ and the Law, Romans 10:4," Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 26 (Spring 1983), 271–282. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Martin, James D., "The Forensic Background to Jeremiah 3:1," Vetus Testamentum 19 (January 1969), 82–92. [Courts]
  • Martin, Troy W., "The Covenant of Circumcision (Genesis 17:9–14) and the Situational Antitheses in Galatians 3:28," Journal of Biblical Literature 122 (Spring 2003), 111–125. [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Ritual Law]
  • Martin-Achard, Robert, "Brèves remarques sur la signification théologique de la loi selon l’Ancien Testament," Etudes Theologiques et Religieuses 57, no. 3 (1982), 343–359; reprinted in Cahiers de la Revue de Theologie et de Philosophie 11 (1984), 90–106. [Theory of Law]
  • Martin-Achard, Robert, "Récents travaux sur la loi du talion selon l’Ancien Testament," Revue d’Historie et de Philosophie Religieuses 69 (1989), 173–188. [Husband and Wife]
  • Marzal, Angel, "Mari Clauses in ‘Casuistic’ and ‘Apodicitic’ Styles," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 33 (1971), 333–364, 492–509. [Comparative Studies—Mari]
  • Marzal, Angel, "Nuevas claùsulas ‘apodicticas’ de Mari," Sefarad 38 (1978), 227–242. [Form Criticism]
  • Marzal, Angel, The Organization of the Mari State, Chicago: dissertation, University of Chicago, 1969. [Comparative Studies—Mari]
  • Marzal, Angel, "The Provincial Governor at Mari. His Title and Appointment," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 30 (1971), 186–217. [Comparative Studies—Mari]
  • Mascheroni, L.M., "I paragrafi a struttura diacronica delle leggi etee: Potere e strumenti di persuasione nel II melennio," Oriens Antiquus 18 (1979), 29–39. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Masoga, Mogomme A., "Exploring Belief in Boloi (Witchcraft) in the Light of Mark 5:1–20," Journal of Black Theology in South Africa 9, no. 2 (1996), 53–69. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Mason, Steve, "Pharisaic Dominance before 70 C.E. and the Gospels’ Hypocrisy Charge (Matt 23:2–3)," Harvard Theological Review 83 (1990), 363–381. [New Testament]
  • Massaux, Edouard, "Les relations entre la Loi Ancienne et la Loi Nouvelle selon Mt 5:17–48," Revue Diocésaine de Namur 12 (1958), 265–283. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Massmann, Ludwig, "Persien und die Tora," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 9 (2003), 238–250. [Biblical Law] [History of Biblical Law]
  • Master, Daniel M., "State Formation Theory and the Kingdom of Ancient Israel," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 60, no. 2 (2001), 117–131. [Kingship]
  • Matera, Frank J., "Jesus before Annas: John 18:13–14:19–24," Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses 66, no. 1 (1990), 38–55. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Matera, Frank J., "Luke 22:66–71: Jesus before the Presbyterion," Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses 65 (1989), 43–59. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Matera, Frank J., New Testament Ethics: The Legacies of Jesus and Paul, Louisville, Ky.: Westminster John Knox, 1996. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Matera, Frank J., "Responsibility for the Death of Jesus according to the Acts of the Apostles," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 39 (1990), 77–93. [New Testament]
  • Matera, Frank J., The Kingship of Jesus: Composition and Theology in Mark 15, Chico, Calif.: Scholars Press, 1982. [Kingship] [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Matera, Frank J., "The Trial of Jesus: Problems and Proposals," Interpretation 45, no. 1 (1991), 5–16. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Mathew, Aley, "Bible Study: Administration of Law and the Oppressed, Particularly Women (Numbers 27:6–11; John 8:3–11; Luke 18:2–5; Nehemiah 5:1–13)," Religion and Society 31, no. 1 (March 1984), 48–52. [Women]
  • Matthews, Victor H., "Entrance Ways and Threshing Floors: Legally Significant Sites in the Ancient Near East," Fides et Historia 19, no. 3 (1987), 25–40. [Courts]
  • Matthews, Victor H., "Honor and Shame in Gender-Related Legal Situations in the Hebrew Bible," in Victor H. Matthews, Bernard M. Levinson, and Tikva Frymer-Kensky, eds., Gender and Law in the Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East, 97–112, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1998 (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series 262). [Status—Women]
  • Matthews, Victor H., "Jeremiah’s Indictment of the Monarch of Judah," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1992. [Kingship] [Law and the Prophets]
  • Matthews, Victor H., "Kings of Israel: A Question of Crime and Punishment," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 27 (1988) 517–526. [Criminal Law] [Kingship] [Penalities]
  • Matthews, Victor H., "Legal Aspects of Military Service in Ancient Mesopotamia," Military Law Review 94 (1981), 135–151. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Law of War]
  • Matthews, Victor H., "The Anthropology of Slavery in the Covenant Code," in B.M. Levinson, ed., Theory and Method in Biblical and Cuneiform Law: Revision, Interpolation, and Development, 119–135, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1994. [Slavery]
  • Matthews, Victor H., "The King’s Call to Justice," Biblische Zeitschrift 35 (1991), 204–216. [Kingship]
  • Matthews, Victor H., "The Legal Significance of Place in the Old Testament," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1985. [Property]
  • Matthews, Victor H., "The Social Context of the Law in the Second Temple Period," paper presented at the Second Temple Section of the Society of Biblical Literature, 1995; in Biblical Theology Bulletin 28, no. 1 (1998), 7–15. [History of Jewish Law] [New Testament]
  • Matthews Victor H., Bernard M. Levinson, and Tikva Frymer-Kensky, eds., Gender and Law in the Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1998. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Discrimination] [Status—Women] [Women]
  • Matthews, Victor H., and Don C. Benjamin, Old Testament Parallels: Laws and Stories from the Ancient Near East, New York: Paulist, 1991. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Matthews, Victor H., and Don C. Benjamin, eds., "Old Testament Parallels: Laws and Stories from the Ancient Near East" (book review by John Day), Vetus Testamentum 44 (1994), 137–139. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Mattuck, Israel, "The Levirate Marriage in Jewish Law," in Studies in Jewish Literature: Issued in Honour of Professor Kaufmann Kohler, PhD, President Hebrew Union College Cincinnati, Ohio, On the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday, May the Tenth, Nineteen Hundred and Thirteen, 210–222, Berlin: G. Reimer, 1913. [Levirate]
  • Mauch, Theodor M., "Sojourner," in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, 4:397–399, Nashville: Abingdon, 1962. [Terminology]
  • Mauck, John W., Paul on Trial: The Book of Acts as a Defense of Christianity, Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2001. [New Testament—Trials of Paul]
  • May, Herbert G., "Individual Responsibility and Retribution," Hebrew Union College Annual 32 (1961), 107–120. [Talion]
  • Mayer, Leo A., "Sefer hahukim hahitti," Hamishpat Haivri 1 (1926), 75–86. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Mayer, Rudolf, "Sünde und Gericht in der Bildersprache der vorexilischen Prophetie," Biblische Zeitschrift 8 (1964), 22–44. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Mayer, Samuel, Die Rechte der Israeliten, Athener, und Römer: Mit Rücksicht auf die Neuen Gesetzgebungen, für Juristen, Staats Männer, Theologen, Philologen, Philosophen und Geschichtsforschen in parallelen Dargestellt: Ein Beitrag zu Einem Systeme und zu Einer Geschichte des Universalrechts, Leipzig: Baumgärtner, 1862. [Comparative Studies—Greek] [Comparative Studies—Roman Law]
  • Mayes, Andrew D.H., Deuteronomy, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 1979 (New Century Bible Commentary). [Commentaries]
  • Mayes, Andrew D.H., "Deuteronomy, Law of Moses or Law of God?" Proceedings of the Irish Biblical Association 5:36–54. [Codification] [History of Biblical Law]
  • Mayes, Andrew D.H., "Deuteronomy 4 and the Literary Criticism of Deuteronomy," Journal of Biblical Literature 100 (1981), 23–51. [Form Criticism]
  • Mayes, Andrew D.H., "Deuteronomy 29, Joshua 9, and the Place of the Gibeonites in Israel," in Norbert Lohfink, ed., Das Deuteronomium Entstehung Gestalt und Botschaft, 321–325, Leuven: University Press, 1985. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Mayes, Andrew D.H., "Israel and the Covenant People of Yahweh," Proceedings of the Irish Biblical Association 25 (2002), 45–57. [Covenant]
  • Mayes, Andrew D.H., Judges, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1985 (Old Testament Guides). [Commentaries]
  • Mayes, Andrew D.H., "King and Covenant: A Study of 2 Kings 22–23," Hermatheia 125 (1978), 34–47. [Biblical Law] [Covenant] [Kingship]
  • Mayes, Andrew D.H., The Story of Israel between Settlement and Exile: A Redactional Study of Deuteronomistic History, London: SCM, 1983. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Mayes, Preston L., "Cities of Refuge," Calvary Baptist Theological Journal 14, no. 1 (Spring 1998), 1–25. [Criminal Law] [Homicide and Refuge] [Penal Law] [Procedure]
  • Mays, James Luther, "Justice: Perspectives from the Prophetic Tradition," Interpretation 37, no. 1 (1983), 5–17; reprinted in David L. Petersen, ed., Prophecy in Israel: Search for an Identity, 144–158, Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1987. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Mazar, Benjamin, Biblical Israel: State and People, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1992. [Collections of Essays]
  • Mazar, Benjamin, "The Cities of the Priests and Levites," Vetus Testamentum Supplement 7, 194–205 (1960); reprinted in Benjamin Mazar, Biblical Israel: State and People, 134–145, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1992. [Biblical Law]
  • McAfee, C.B., Mosaic Law in Modern Life, New York: Revell, 1906. [Biblical Law]
  • McBain, John M., The Ten Commandments in the New Testament, Nashville: Broadman, 1977. [Decalogue]
  • McCarter, P. Kyle, Jr., "The River Ordeal in Israelite Literature," Harvard Theological Review 66 (1973), 403–412. [Procedure]
  • McCarthy, Dennis J., "Covenant and Law in Chronicles-Nehemiah," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 44 (January 1982), 25–44. [Covenant]
  • McCarthy, Dennis J., "Covenant in the Old Testament: The Present State of Inquiry," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 27 (July 1965), 217–240. [Covenant]
  • McCarthy, Dennis J., Der Gottesbund im Alten Testament, Stuttgart: Verlag Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1967. [Covenant]
  • McCarthy, Dennis J., "Further Notes on the Symbolism of Blood and Sacrifice," Journal of Biblical Literature 92 (1973), 205–210. [Ritual Law]
  • McCarthy, Dennis J., "Les droits de l’homme et l’Ancien Testament," in Droits de l’homme. Approche chrétienne, 11–25, Rome: Fédération Internationale des Unversités Catholiques, Centre de coordination de la recherche, 1984. [Biblical Law]
  • McCarthy, Dennis J., The Old Testament Covenant: A Survey of Current Opinions, Richmond: John Knox Press, 1972. [Covenant]
  • McCarthy, Dennis J., "Theology and Covenant in the Old Testament," Bible Today 42 (1969), 2904–2908. [Covenant]
  • McCarthy, Dennis J., "Three Covenants in Genesis," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 26 (1964), 179–189. [Covenant]
  • McCarthy, Dennis J., Treaty and Covenant: A Study in Form in the Ancient Oriental Documents and in the Old Testament, Paris: dissertation, 1962; Rome: Pontifical Biblical Institute, 1963; revised ed., Rome: Biblical Institute Press, 1978 (Analecta Biblical 21a). [Covenant]
  • McComiskey, E., "The Status of the Second Wife: Its Development in Ancient Near Eastern Law," Dissertation Abstracts 27, nos. 66–67, 1308. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Status—Women]
  • McConville, J. Gordon, "Deuteronomy’s Unification of Passover and Massôt: A Response to Bernard M. Levinson," Journal of Biblical Literature 119 (2000), 47–58. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • McConville, J. Gordon, "King and Messiah in Deuteronomy and the Deuteronomistic History," in John Day, ed., King and Messiah in Israel and the Ancient Near East: Proceedings of the Oxford Old Testament Seminar, 271–295, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1998 (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series 33). [History of Biblical Law] [Kingship]
  • McConville, J. Gordon, Law and Theology in Deuteronomy, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1984 (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series 33). [Biblical Law]
  • McConville, J. Gordon, "Priests and Levites in Ezekiel: A Crux in the Interpretation of Israel’s History," Tyndale Bulletin 34 (1983), 3–31. [History of Biblical Law]
  • McConville, J. Gordon, "Singular Address in the Deuteronomic Law and the Politics of Legal Administration," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1999; reprinted in Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 97 (March 2002), 19–36. [Biblical Law]
  • McDonald, J. Ian H., Biblical Interpretation and Christian Ethics, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1993. [Interpretation] [New Testament]
  • McEleney, Neil J., "Conversion, Circumcision, and the Law," New Testament Studies 20 (1974), 319–341. [Conversion] [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Ritual Law]
  • McEvenue, Sean E., The Narrative Style of the Priestly Writer, Rome: Biblical Institute Press, 1971. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • McEvenue, Sean E., review of Olivier Artus, Études sur le livre des Nombres : Recit, Histoire et Loi en Nb. 13:1–20:1, Biblica 80, no. 2 (1999), 272–275. [Biblical Law]
  • McIntyre, Luther B., Jr., "Baptism and Forgiveness in Acts 2:38," Bibliotheca Sacra 153, (January-March 1996), 53–62. [Divine Justice] [New Testament] [Ritual Law]
  • McKane, William, "Poison, Trial by Ordeal, and the Cup of Wrath," Vetus Testamentum 30 (1980), 474–492. [Penalities]
  • McKane, William, "The ‘Gibbor Hayil’ in the Israelite Community," GUOST 17 (1957–1958), 28–37. [Biblical Law]
  • McKay, John W., "Exodus 23:1–3, 6–8: A Decalogue for the Administation of Justice in the City Gate," Vetus Testamentum 21 (1971), 311–325. [Courts]
  • McKeating, Henry, "A Response to Dr. Phillips," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 20 (1981), 25–26. [Biblical Law] [Sexual Offences]
  • McKeating, Henry, "Sanctions against Adultery in Ancient Israelite Society, with Some Reflections on Methodology in the Study of Old Testament Ethics," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 11 (1979), 57–72. [Penalities] [Sanctions]
  • McKeating, Henry, "The Development of the Law on Homicide in Ancient Israel," Vetus Testamentum 25, no. 1 (1975), 46–68. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • McKeating, Henry, "Vengeance Is Mine. A Study of the Pursuit of Vengeance in the Old Testament," Expository Times 74 (1963), 239–245. [Divine Justice]
  • McKenzie, Donald A., "Judicial Procedure at the Town Gate," Vetus Testamentum 14 (1964), 100–104. [Procedure]
  • McKenzie, Donald A., "The Judge of Israel," Vetus Testamentum 17 (1967), 118–121. [Biblical Law] [Legal Profession] [Procedure]
  • McKenzie, John L., "Natural Law in the New Testament," Biblical Research 9 (1964), 3–13. [New Testament] [Theory of Law]
  • McKenzie, John L., "The Elders in the Old Testament," Biblica 40 (1959), 522–540. [Courts]
  • McKenzie, Steven L., "The Trouble with Kings: The Composition of the Book of Kings in the Deuteronomistic History, SVT 42" (book review), Vetus Testamentum 44 (1994), 135–136. [Kingship]
  • McKeown, Elizabeth, "Adopting Sources: A Response to Stephen Post," Journal of Religious Ethics 25, no. 1 (1997), 169–176. [Sources of Law]
  • Meacham, Tirzah, "The Missing Daughter: Leviticus 18–20," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 109 (1997), 254–259. [Parent and Child] [Sexual Offences] [Women]
  • Medina, Michael, "The Bible Annotated: Use of the Bible in Reported American Decisions," Northern Illinois University Law Review 12 (1991), 187–254.
  • Med’vedev, M.A., "Matriarchat V drevnem Israele," Nauk Moskva 24 (1948). [Marriage]
  • Meek, Theophile James, "The Origin of Hebrew Law," in Hebrew Origins, 49–81, New York: Harper and Row, 1950. [Biblical Law] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Meek, Theophile James, "The Translation of German in the Hexateuch and Its Bearing on the Documentary Hypothesis," Journal of Biblical Literature 49 (1930), 172–180. [Form Criticism]
  • Meeks, Wayne A., The First Urban Christians: The Social World of the Apostle Paul, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1983. [New Testament]
  • Meier, John P., "Is there halaka (the noun) at Qumran?" Joural of Biblical Literature 122 (Spring 2003), 150–155. [Qumran]
  • Meier, John P., "Reflections on Jesus-of-History Research Today," in James H. Charlesworth, ed., Jesus’ Jewishness: Exploring the Place of Jesus within Early Judaism, 84–107, New York: Crossroad, 1991. [New Testament]
  • Meier, John P., "The Historical Jesus and the Historical Law: Some Problems within the Problem," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 65 (2003), 52–79. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Meilaender, Gilbert, "Perspective for the Preaching of the Law (with Sermon, Proverbs 2:1–8)," Concordia Theological Monthly 42 (July-August 1971), 443–450. [Biblical Law]
  • Meinhold, Johannes, Die Mischna Yoma, 1913. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Meislin, Bernard J., and M.L. Cohen, "Backgrounds of the Biblical Law against Usury," Comparative Studies in Sociology and History 6 (1964–1965), 250–267. [Usury]
  • Melchert, H. Craig, "On Sections 56, 162, and 171 of the Hittite Laws," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 31 (1979), 57–64. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Mélèze-Modrzejewski, Joseph, Les Juifs d’Égypte de Ramsès II à Hadrien, Paris: Errance, 1991. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Mendelsohn, Isaac, "A Ugaritic Parallel to the Adoption of Ephraim and Manasseh," Israel Exploration Journal 9 (1959), 180–183. [Adoption] [Comparative Studies—Ugarit]
  • Mendelsohn, Isaac, "Authority and Law in Canaan-Israel," Journal of the American Oriental Society Supplement 17, 74 (1954), 25–33. [Biblical Law]
  • Mendelsohn, Isaac, Legal Aspects of Slavery in Babylonia, Assyria, and Palestine, Williamsport, Pa., 1932. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Comparative Studies—Assyrian] [Slavery]
  • Mendelsohn, Isaac, "On Marriage in Alalakh," in Essays . . . Jewish Life . . . in Honor of S. W. Baron, 351–357, New York, 1959. [Marriage]
  • Mendelsohn, Isaac, "On Slavery in Alalakh," Israel Exploration Journal 5 (1955), 65–72. [Slavery]
  • Mendelsohn, Isaac, "On the Preferential Status of the Eldest Son," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 156 (1960), 38–40. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Succession]
  • Mendelsohn, Isaac, Slavery in the Ancient Near East: A Comparative Study of Slavery in Babylonia, Assyria, Syria, and Palestine from the Middle of the Third Millenium to the End of the First Millenium, New York: Oxford University, Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1949. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Comparative Studies—Assyrian] [Slavery]
  • Mendelsohn, Isaac, "The Conditional Sale into Slavery of Free-born Daughters in Nuzi and the Law of Exodus 21:7–11," Journal of the American Oriental Society 55 (1935), 190–195. [Comparative Studies—Nuzi] [Sale] [Slavery]
  • Mendelsohn, Isaac, "The Disinheritance of Jephthah in the Light of Paragraph 27 of the Lipit-Ishtar Code (Judges 11:1–2)," Israel Exploration Journal 4 (1953), 116–119. [Comparative Studies—Lipit-Ishtar] [Succession]
  • Mendelsohn, Isaac, "The Family in the Ancient Near East," Biblical Archaeologist 11 (1948), 24–40. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Husband and Wife] [Parent and Child]
  • Mendelsohn, Samuel, The Criminal Jurisprudence of the Ancient Hebrews, Baltimore: M. Curlander, 1891. [Criminal Law]
  • Mendenhall, George E., "Ancient Oriental and Biblical Law," Biblical Archaeologist 17 (1954), 26–46. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Mendenhall, George E., "Covenant," in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, 1:714–723, Nashville: Abingdon, 1962. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Covenant]
  • Mendenhall, George E., "Covenant Forms in Israelite Tradition," Biblical Archaeologist 17 (1954), 50–76. [Covenant]
  • Mendenhall, George E., Law and Covenant in Israel and the Ancient Near East, Pittsburgh: Biblical Colloquium, 1955. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Covenant]
  • Mendenhall, George E., "Puppy and Lettuce in Northwest-Semitic Covenant Making," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 133 (1954), 26–30. [Covenant]
  • Mendenhall, George E., "The Census Lists of Numbers 1 and 26," Journal of Biblical Literature 77 (1958), 52–66. [Law of War]
  • Mendenhall, George E., "The Conflict between Value Systems and Social Control," in Hans Goedicke and J.J.M. Roberts, eds., Unity and Diversity: Essays in the History, Literature, and Religion of the Ancient Near East, 169–180, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1975. [Biblical Law] [Public Law]
  • Mendenhall, George E., "The Suzerainty Treaty Structure: Thirty Years Later," in Edwin B. Firmage, Bernard G. Weiss, and John W. Welch, eds., Religion and Law: Biblical-Judaic and Islamic Perspectives, 85–100, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1990. [Covenant] [International Law]
  • Menegoz, F., "L’evangile et la loi," Revue de l’Histoire des Religions (1937), 1–57. [Law and Religion]
  • Menes, Abram, Die vorexilischen Gesetze Israels: im Zusammenhang seiner kulturgeschichtlichen Entwicklung, Giessen: A. Töpelmann, 1928 (Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 50). [Biblical Law]
  • Menezes, Rui de, "Was There Slavery in Ancient Israel?" Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection 63 (1999), 799–811. [Slavery]
  • Mercer, Larry A., "A Biblical and Cultural Study of the Problem of Racism," Bibliotheca Sacra 153 (January-March 1996), 87–103. [Discrimination] [Status]
  • Merendino, Rosario Pius, Das deuteronomische Gesetz: Ein Literarkritische, Gattungs—und Überlieferungsgeschichtliche Untersuchung zu Dt. 12–26, Bonn: P. Hanstein, (Bonner Biblische Beiträge 31) (1969). [Biblical Law]
  • Merkel, Helmut, "Markus 7:15; das Jesuswort über die innere Verunreinigung," Zeitschrift für Religions und Geistesgeschichte 20, no. 4 (1968), 340–363. [New Testament]
  • Meron, Ya’akov, "Is Custom a Source of Law in Israel?" Israel Law Review 9 (1974), 221–233. [Jewish Law in Israel] [Sources of Law]
  • Merrill, Eugene H., "The Literary Character of Isaiah 40–55 pt. 1: Survey of a Century of Studies; pt. 2: Literary Genres," Bibliotheca Sacra 144 (1987), 144–156. [Literary Form]
  • Merz, Erwin, Die Blutrache bei den Israeliten, Leipzig: JC Hinrichs, 1916 (Beiträge zur Wissenschaft vom Alten und Neuen Testament 20). [Talion]
  • Mettinger, Tryggve N.D., King and Messiah: The Civil and Sacral Legitimation of the Israelite Kings, Lund: Gleerup, 1976. [Kingship]
  • Mettinger, Tryggve N.D., Solomonic State Officials: A Study of the Civil Government Officials of the Israelite Monarchy, Lund, Sweden: CWK Gleerup, 1971 (Coniectanea Biblica Old Testament Series 5). [Kingship]
  • Metzler, Burton, "Biblical Piety and Modern Education," Brethren Life and Thought 4, no. 1 (Winter 1959), 49–58. [Legal Education]
  • Meurer, Siegfried, Das Recht im Dienst der Versöhnung und des Friedens: Studie zur Frage der Rechts nach dem Neuen Testament, Zürich: Theologischer Verlag, 1972. [New Testament]
  • Meyer, Edward, "Die Sklaverei im Altertum," in KSGVI zur Geschichtstheorie und zur wirtschaftlichen und politischen Geschichte des Altertums (1900), 169–212. [Slavery]
  • Meyer, Paul W., "Romans 10:4 and the ‘End of the Law,’" in James L. Crenshaw and Samuel Sandmel, eds., The Divine Helmsman: Studies on God’s Control of Human Events, Presented to Lou Silberman, 59–78, New York: Ktav, 1980. [New Testament]
  • Meyers, Carol, "Procreation, Production, and Protection: Male-Female Balance in Early Israel," Journal of the American Academy of Religion 51 (1983), 569–593; reprinted in Charles E. Carter and Carol L. Meyers, eds., Community, Identity, and Ideology: Social Science Approaches to the Hebrew Bible, 489–514, Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 1996. [Husband and Wife] [Status—Women]
  • Meyers, Carol, review of Calum M. Carmichael, The Origins of Biblical Law: The Decalogues and the Book of the Covenant, Journal of Law and Religion 17, nos. 1–2 (2002), 397–399. [Biblical Law] [Decalogue]
  • Michaelis, Johann David, Mosaisches Recht, Biehl, 1777. [Biblical Law]
  • Michaels, J. Ramsey, "John 18.31 and the ‘Trial’ of Jesus," New Testament Studies 36, no. 3, 474–479 (1990). [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Michalowski, Piotr, "An Early Old Babylonian Loan Document," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 38, no. 2 (1986), 167–172. [Debt]
  • Mielziner, Moses, Des judische Gesetz von der Ehe in der Ehescheidung in alter und neuerer Zeit, Cincinnati, 1884. [Marriage]
  • Mielziner, Moses, Law in General, Cincinnati, 1898. [Criminal Law]
  • Mielziner, Moses, Legal Maxims and Fundamental Laws of the Civil and Criminal Code of the Talmud I, 37, Cincinnati, 1898. [Criminal Law] [History of Jewish Law]
  • Mielziner, Moses, The Jewish Law of Marriage and Divorce in Ancient and Modern Times, and Its Relation to the Law of the State, Littleton, Colo.: F.B. Rothman, 1901, 1987. [Divorce] [Marriage]
  • Mielziner, Moses, The Rabbinical Law of Hereditary Succession, Cincinnati, 1901. [Sources—Rabbinic] [Succession]
  • Mies, Francoise, ed., Bible et droit: L’esprit des lois, Brussels-Namur: Presse Universitaire de Namur, 2001. [Biblical Law] [Interpretation]
  • Mihalik, E., Das mosiasche Gesetz als Quelle des salomonischen Spruchbuches, Wien: dissertation, 1947. [Biblical Law]
  • Mijoga, Hilary B.P., "The Use of the Term ‘Merit’ in Connection with Paul’s Phrase erga nomou, ‘Deeds of the Law,’" Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 100 (1998), 20–35. [New Testament] [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Terminology]
  • Mikliszanski, Jacques Koppel, "The Law of Retaliation and the Pentateuch," Journal of Biblical Literature 66 (1947), 295–303. [Talion]
  • Mikolásek, Adien, "Les Samaritains gardiens de la loi contre les prophètes," Communio Viatorum 12, no. 3 (1969), 139–148. [New Testament]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "A Formulaic Key to the Sources of Deuteronomy," Eretz-Israel 14 (1978), 42–47 (H.L. Ginsberg volume). [Sources—Biblical]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "A Husband’s Pride, A Mob’s Prejudice: The Public Ordeal Undergone by a Suspected Adulteress in Numbers 5 was Meant Not to Humiliate Her but to Protect Her," Bible Review 12 (1996), 21. [Husband and Wife] [Ritual Law] [Sexual Offences]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "A Kid in Its Mother’s Milk," Direction 12, no. 3 (1981), 7–8. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "A Prolegomenon to Leviticus 17:11," Journal of Biblical Literature 90 (1971), 149–156. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "A Shoulder for the Levites" (in Hebrew), in The Temple Scroll, 131–136, Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1977. [Qumran]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Abomination," in Encyclopaedia Judaica, Jerusalem: Keter, 1972. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Anointing," in Encyclopaedia Judaica, Jerusalem: Keter, 1972. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Atonement, Day of," in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible Supplement, Nashville: Abingdon, 1976. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Atonement in the Old Testament," in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible Supplement, Nashville: Abingdon, 1976. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Blood," in Encyclopaedia Judaica, Jerusalem: Keter, 1972. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Bloodguilt," in Encyclopaedia Judaica, Jerusalem: Keter, 1972. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Concerning Jeremiah’s Repudiation of Sacrifice," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 89 (1977), 273–275. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Confusing the Sacred and the Impure: A Rejoinder," Vetus Testamentum 44 (1994), 554–559. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, Cult and Conscience: The Asham and the Priestly Doctrine of Repentance, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1976. [Law and Religion]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Day of Atonement," in Encyclopaedia Judaica, Jerusalem: Keter, 1972. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Desecration," in Encyclopaedia Judaica, Jerusalem: Keter, 1972. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Egla Arufa," in Encyclopaedia Judaica, Jerusalem: Keter, 1972. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Encroachment," in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible Supplement, Nashville: Abingdon, 1976. [Property]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Ethics and Ritual, the Foundations of the Biblical Dietary Laws," in Edwin B. Firmage, Bernard G. Weiss, and John W. Welch, eds., Religion and Law: Biblical-Judaic and Islamic Perspectives, 159–191, Winona Lake, Ind .: Eisenbrauns, 1990. [Dietary Law] [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "First Day Ablutions and the Purification Scheme of the Temple Scroll" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 75 (1978), 504–507. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "First-born," in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible Supplement, Nashville: Abingdon, 1976. [Succession]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "First-fruits," in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible Supplement, Nashville: Abingdon, 1976. [Succession]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "First-ripe," in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible Supplement, Nashville: Abingdon, 1976. [Succession]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Forgiveness," in Encyclopaedia Judaica, Jerusalem: Keter, 1972. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Further Studies in the Temple Scroll, Part I," Jewish Quarterly Review 81 (1980), 1–17. [Sources—Post-Biblical]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Further Studies in the Temple Scroll, Part II," Jewish Quarterly Review 81 (1980), 89–106. [Sources—Post-Biblical]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Hallah (bread)," in Encyclopaedia Judaica, Jerusalem: Keter, 1972. [Biblical Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Heave Offering," in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible Supplement, Nashville: Abingdon, 1976. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Hittite huelpi," Journal of the American Oriental Society 96 (1976), 575–576. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Israel’s Sanctuary: The Priestly ‘Picture of Dorian Gray,’" Revue Biblique 83 (1976), 390–399. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Kipper," in Encyclopaedia Judaica, Jerusalem: Keter, 1972. [Biblical Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Kipper al/beadh," Leshonenu 35 (1970), 16–17. [Biblical Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Law and Narrative and the Exegesis of Leviticus 19," Vetus Testamentum 46 (1996), 544–548. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Leprosy," in Encyclopaedia Judaica, Jerusalem: Keter, 1972. [Biblical Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Leviticus," in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible Supplement, Nashville: Abingdon, 1976. [Commentaries]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, Leviticus 1–16: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary, New York: Doubleday, 1991. [Biblical Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, Leviticus 17–22: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary, Anchor Bible vol. 3a, New York: Doubleday, 2000. [Biblical Law] [Commentaries] [Interpretation]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, Leviticus 23–27: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary, Anchor Bible vol. 3b, New York: Doubleday, 2000. [Biblical Law] [Commentaries] [Interpretation]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Mela’khah," in Theologisches Wörterbuch zum Alten Testament, 1984. [Biblical Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Mezuzah," in Theologisches Wörterbuch zum Alten Testament, 1984. [Biblical Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Mismereth," in Theologisches Wörterbuch zum Alten Testament, 1984. [Biblical Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Nazirite," in Encyclopaedia Judaica, Jerusalem: Keter, 1972. [Biblical Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Notes on the Temple Scroll: Part I" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 75 (1978), 494–504. [Biblical Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Notes on the Temple Scroll: Part II" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 77 (1979), 205–211. [Biblical Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Of Hems and Tassels: Rank, Authority and Holiness Were Expressed in Antiquity by Fringes on Garments," Biblical Archaeology Review 9 (1983), 61–65. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "On the Hermeneutics of Qumran," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 2002. [Qumran]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "On the Origins of Philo’s Doctrine of Conscience," in Burton L. Mack and Earle Hilgert, eds., Studia Philonica vol. 3, 1974–1975, 41–45, Chicago: Philo Institute, 1977. [Biblical Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "On the Suspected Adultress (Numbers 5:11–31)," Vetus Testamentum 35 (1985), 368–369. [Biblical Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Priestly Terminology and the Political and Social Structure of Pre-monarchic Israel," Jewish Quarterly Review 69 (1978), 65–81. [Terminology]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Profane Slaughter and a Formulaic Key to the Composition of Deuteronomy," Hebrew Union College Annual 47 (1976), 1–17. [Sources—Biblical]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Rationale for Cultic Law: The Case of Impurity," in Dale Patrick, ed., Thinking Biblical Law, 103–109, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1989 (Semeia 45). [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Religious Conversion and the Revolt Model for the Formation of Israel," Journal of Biblical Literature 101 (1982), 169–176. [Conversion]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Repentance," in Encyclopaedia Judaica, Jerusalem: Keter, 1972; reprinted in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible Supplement, Nashville: Abingdon, 1976. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "‘Sabbath’ and ‘Temple City’ in the Temple Scroll," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 232 (1978), 25–27. [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Sacrifice and Offerings (Old Testament)," in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible Supplement, Nashville: Abingdon, 1976. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Sancta Contagion and Altar/City Asylum," in John A. Emerton, ed., Congress Volume: Vienna, 1980, 278–310, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1981.[Homicide and Refuge]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Sanctification in the Old Testament," in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible Supplement, Nashville: Abingdon, 1976. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Sin-offering or Purification-offering?" Vetus Testamentum 21 (1971), 237–239. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, Studies in Cultic Theology and Terminology, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1983. [Terminology]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, Studies in Levitical Terminology, Berkeley: University of California, 1970. [Terminology]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Studies in the Temple Scroll," Journal of Biblical Literature 97 (1978), 501–523. [Sources—Post-Biblical]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Alleged ‘Demythologization and Secularization’ in Deuteronomy," Israel Exploration Journal 23 (1973), 156–161. [Biblical Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Alleged Wave-offering in Israel and the Ancient Near East," Israel Exploration Journal 22 (1972), 33–38. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Antiquity of the Priestly Source: A Reply to Joseph Blenkinsopp," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 111 (1999), 10–22. [Biblical Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Betrothed Slave-girl, Leviticus 19:20–22," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 89, no. 1 (1977), 43–50. [Slavery]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Biblical Diet Laws as an Ethical System," Interpretation 17 (1963), 288–301. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Burning of Incense in the Period of the Second Temple," in B.2. Luria Volume, 330–334, Jerusalem: Kiryat, 1979. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Case of the Suspected Adulteress, Numbers 5:11–31: Redaction and Meaning," in Richard E. Friedman, ed., The Creation of Sacred Literature: Composition and Redaction of the Biblical Text, 69–75, Berkeley: University of California, 1981. [Sexual Offences]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Compass of Biblical Sancta," Jewish Quarterly Review 65 (1975), 205–216. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Concept of Impurity in Jubilees and the Temple Scroll," Revue de Qumran 16 (1993), 277–284. [Qumran]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Concept of Macal in the Bible and the Ancient Near East," Journal of the American Oriental Society 96 (1976), 236–247. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Cultic[ism]: A Philological Analysis," in Proceedings of the Sixth World Congress of Jewish Studies vol. 1 Held at Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1973, 299–308, Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies, 1977. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Cultic Segagah and Its Influence in Psalms and Job," Jewish Quarterly Review 58 (1967), 115–125. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Cultic Use of NGS/QRB," in Pinchas Peli, ed., Proceedings of Fifth World Congress of Jewish Studies Vol. 1, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 75–84, Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies, 1973. [Ritual Law] [Terminology]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Function of the hatta’t Sacrifice" (in Hebrew), Tarbiz 40 (1970), 1–8. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Graduated Chatta’t of Leviticus 5:1–13," Journal of the American Oriental Society 103, (1983), 249–254. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Legal Terms slm and br’sw in the Bible," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 35 (1976), 236–247. [Terminology]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Levitic Town: An Exercise in Realistic Planning," Journal of Jewish Studies 33 (1982), 185–188. [Biblical Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Levitical ‘Aboda," Jewish Quarterly Review 61 (1970), 132–154. [Terminology]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Missing Thief in Leviticus 5:20ff," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 22, no. 3 (1975), 71–85. [Theft]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Modus Operandi of the Hatta’t: A Rejoinder," Journal of Biblical Literature 109 (1990), 111–113. [Biblical Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Paradox of the Red Cow (Numbers 19)," Vetus Testamentum 31 (1981), 62–72. [Animals] [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Priestly Doctrine of Repentance," Revue Biblique 82 (1975), 186–205. [Property]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Priestly Laws of Sancta Contamination," in M. Fishbane and E. Tov, eds., "Sha’arei Talmon": Studies in the Bible, Qumran, and the Ancient Near East Presented to Shemaryahu Talmon, 137–146, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1992. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Shared Custody of the Tabernacle," Journal of the American Oriental Society 90 (1970), 204–209. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The soq hatteruma: A Chapter of Israel’s Cultic History" (in Hebrew), Tarbiz 42 (1972), 1–14. [History of Jewish Law] [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Tassels Pericope, Numbers 15:37–41" (in Hebrew), Beth Miqra 92 (1983), 14–22. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Temple in Biblical Israel: Kinships of Meaning," in Truman G. Madsen, ed., Reflections on Mormonism, Judeo-Christian Parallels: Papers, Religious Studies Center Symposium, Brigham Young University, 1978, 57–65, Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Religious Studies Center, 1978. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Temple Scroll," Biblical Archaeologist 41 (1978), 105–120. [Sources—Post-Biblical]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Temple Scroll: Discovery and Significance," in The Temple in Life and Society, Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1981. [Ritual Law] [Sources—Post-Biblical]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The tenupha," in President Z. Shazar Jubilee Volume, 93–110, 1972. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Trial of Jesus," Richmond Times Dispatch (April 1959). [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Truth of Mosaic Origins," in Erhard Blum, ed., Mincha: Festgabe für Rolf Rendtorff zum 75. Geburtstag, 187–191, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 2000. [Biblical Law] [History of Biblical Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "The Two Pericopes on the Purification Offering," in C.L. Meyers and M. O’Connor, eds., The Word of the Lord Shall Go Forth: Essays in Honor of David Noel Freedman in Celebration of His Sixtieth Birthday, 211–215, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1983. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Two Biblical Midrashim of the Asham," in Jewish Tradition in the Diaspora Fischel Memorial, 51–54, Berkeley: Magnus M.M. Caspi, 1981. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Two Kinds of Hatta’t," Vetus Testamentum 26 (1976), 333–337. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Vertical Retribution: Ruminations on Parashat Shelah," Conservative Judaism 34, no. 3 (1981), 11–16. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "Wave Offering," in Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible Supplement, Nashville: Abingdon, 1976. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "When Durkheim Meets Leviticus," Direction 12 (1981), 4–6. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, "‘You Shall Not Boil a Kid in Its Mother’s Milk’: An Archaelogical Myth Destroyed," Bibical Review 1 (1985), 48–55. [Ritual Law]
  • Milgrom, Jacob, with D. Wright, "Niddah," in Theologisches Wörterbuch zum Alten Testament, 1984. [Biblical Law]
  • Milgrom, Jo, "Some Consequences of the Image Prohibition in Jewish Art," in Edwin B. Firmage, Bernard G. Weiss, and John W. Welch, eds., Religion and Law: Biblical-Judaic and Islamic Perspectives, 263–299, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1990. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Milik, Josef T., "Deux documents inedits du desert de Juda," Biblica 38 (1957), 245–268. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic]
  • Milik, Josef T., "Textes hebreux et arameens," in Les grottes de Murabba’at, 65–205, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1961. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Milik, Josef T., "Un contrat Juif de l’an 134," Revue Biblique (1954), 182–190. [Contract]
  • Milikowsky, Chiam, "Law at Qumran: A Critical Reaction to Lawrence H. Schiffman, Sectarian Law in the Dead Sea Scrolls: Courts, Testimony, and the Penal Code," Revue de Qumran 12, no. 2 (1986), 237–249. [Courts] [Form Criticism] [Penal Law] [Qumran]
  • Millard, Alan R., "Owners and Users of Hebrew Seals" (in Hebrew), in Baruch A. Levine and others, eds., Eretz-Israel: Archaeological, Historical, and Geographical Studies 26: Frank Moore Cross Volume, 129–133, Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1999. [Archaeology]
  • Millard, Alan R., "The Corpus of West Semitic Stamp Seals: Review Article," Israel Exploration Journal 51 (2001), 76–87. [Archaeology]
  • Millard, M., Die noachidischen Gebote: Zur Endgestalt der Bible, ihrer inner- und nachbiblischen Auslegung, Heidelberg, 1989 (Magisterarbeit Hochschule für Jüdische Studien). [Courts]
  • Miller, Charles H., "The Infinitive Construct in the Lawbooks of the Old Testament: A Statistical Study," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 32 (1970), 222–226. [Literary Form]
  • Miller, Donald E., "What Would Jesus Do?" Brethren Life and Thought 11 (Spring 1966), 3–10. [New Testament]
  • Miller, Geoffrey P., "Contracts in Genesis," Journal of Legal Studies 22, no. 1 (1993), 15–45. [Biblical Law] [Contract]
  • Miller, Geoffrey P., "Forward: The Development of Ancient Near Eastern Law," Chicago-Kent Law Review 70, no. 4 (1995), 1623–1630. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Miller, Geoffrey P., "J as Constitutionalist: A Political Interpretation of Exodus 17:8–16 and Related Texts," Chicago-Kent Law Review 70, no. 4 (1995), 1829–1850. [Biblical Law] [Interpretation]
  • Miller, James E., "Notes on Leviticus 18," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 112 (2000), 401–403. [Biblical Law]
  • Miller, James E., "Sexual Offences in Genesis," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 90 (2000), 41–53. [Sexual Offences]
  • Miller, Patrick D., Jr., Sin and Judgment in the Prophets: A Stylistic and Theological Analysis, Chico, Calif.: Scholars Press, 1982. [Talion]
  • Miller, Patrick D., Jr., "The Divine Council and the Prophetic Call to War," Vetus Testamentum 18 (1968), 100–107. [Law of War]
  • Miller, Patrick D., Jr., "The Gift of God: The Deuteronomic Theology of the Land," Interpretation 23 (1969), 451–465. [Property]
  • Miller, Patrick D., Jr., "The Place of the Decalogue in the Old Testament and Its Law," Interpretation 43 (1989), 229–242. [Decalogue]
  • Miller, Patrick D., Jr., "The Way of Torah," Princeton Seminary Bulletin 8 (1987), 17–27. [Decalogue]
  • Minear, Paul Sevier, "Yes or No: The Demand for Honesty in the Early Church," Novum Testamentum 13 (1971), 1–13. [New Testament]
  • Mink, Hans Aage, "Indtil døden skiller jer ad. Ægteskab of skilsmisse i den antike jødedom of kristendommen," in K. Jeppesen and F.H. Cryer, eds., Tekster of Tolkninger. Ti studier i Det gamle Testamente, 155–174, Anis, 1986. [Husband and Wife]
  • Mink, Hans Aage, "The Use of Scripture in the Temple Scroll and the Status of the Scroll as Law," Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament 1 (1987), 20–50. [Qumran]
  • Mishaly, Ayala, "The Bel Davie’s Role in the Neo-Assyrian Legal Process," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 6 (2000), 35–53. [Comparative Studies—Assyrian]
  • Mishnah, Die sechs Ordnungen der Mischna; hebraischer Text mit Punktation übersetzt und erklärt, Berlin: Itzkowski, 1927. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Mitchell, Alan C., "Rich and Poor in the Courts of Corinth: Litigiousness and Status in 1 Corinthians 6:1–11," New Testament Studies 39 (1993), 562–586. [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Courts]
  • Mitchell, John J., "Abram’s Understanding of the Lord’s Covenant," Westminster Theological Journal 32 (1969), 24–48. [Covenant]
  • Mitchell, T.C., "The Meaning of the Noun CHTN in the Old Testament," Vetus Testamentum 19 (1969), 93–112. [Terminology]
  • Mittelmann, Jacob, Der altisraelitische Levirat: Eine rechthistorische Studie, Leipzig: Teicher, 1934. [Levirate]
  • Mitton, Charles Leslie, "The Law and the Gospel," Expository Times 68 (1957), 312–315. [Law and Religion] [New Testament]
  • Mittwoch, A., "Tribute and Land-Tax in Seleucid Judea," Biblica 36 (1955), 352–361. [Taxation]
  • Mittwoch, H., "The Story of the Blasphemer Seen in a Wider Context," Vetus Testamentum 15 (1965), 386–389. [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • Modrzejewski, Joseph Meleze, "What Is Hellenistic Law? The Documents of the Judean Desert in the Light of Papyri from Egypt," Qumran Chronicle 9, no. 1 (2000), 1–16; reprinted in Ranon Katzoff and David Schaps, eds., Law in the Documents of the Judaean Desert, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2005. [Comparative Studies—Egyptian] [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Qumran] [Sources—Miscellaneous] [Sources—Papyri]
  • Mogensen, Bent, Israelitiske leveregler og deres begrundelse, Copenhagen: Gad, 1983. [Levirate]
  • Moiser, Jeremy, "A Reassessment of Paul’s View of Marriage with Reference to 1 Corinthians 7," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 18 (1983), 103–122. [Divorce]
  • Mojola, Aloo Osotsi, "The Chagga Scapegoat Purification Ritual and Another Re-reading of the Goat of Azazel in Leviticus 16," Melita Theologica 50, no. 1 (1999), 57–83. [Animals] [Ritual Law]
  • Mollegen, Albert Theodore, "Christ and Law," Oklahoma Law Journal 12 (1959), 48. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Möller, Hans, "Lösungsvorschlag für eine Crux interpretum (Leviticus 25:33)," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 90 (1978), 411–412. [Property]
  • Moloney, Francis J., "The Scriptural Basis of Jubilee, Part 1: The First Testament The End of Servitude," Irish Theological Quarterly 65 (2000), 99–110. [Agriculture] [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Slavery]
  • Montefiore, Hugh, "Jesus and the Temple Tax," New Testament Studies 11 (1964), 60–71. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law] [Taxation]
  • Montet, Pierre, "A propos des ordalies sumero-hittites et prehelleniques," Revue d’Archeologie 2 (1961), 1–4. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Montgomery, John Warwick, "Law’s Third Use; Sanctification," Christianity Today 7 (April 1963), 6–8. [New Testament]
  • Montgomery, John Warwick, The Law above the Law: Why the Law Needs Biblical Foundations, How Legal Thought Supports Christian Truth, Including Greenleaf’s Testimony of the Evangelists, Minneapolis: Bethany Fellowship, 1975. [Law and Religion]
  • Moo, Douglas J., "Jesus and the Authority of the Mosaic Law," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 20 (1984), 3–49. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Moo, Douglas J., "Paul and the Law in the Last Ten Years," Scottish Journal of Theology 40 (1987), 287–307. [History of Biblical Law] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Moore, George Foot, Judaism in the First Centuries of the Christian Era: The Age of the Tannaim, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1966. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Moore, Michael S., "Haggo’el: The Cultural Gyroscope of Ancient Hebrew Society," Restoration Quarterly 23 (1980), 27–35. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Mora, Camargo, "Sul Section 55 delle Leggi ittite," Oriens Antiquus 22 (1983), 49–51. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Moran, William L., "A Kingdom of Priests," in The Bible in Current Catholic Thought, 7–20, New York: Herder and Herder, 1962. [New Testament]
  • Moran, William L., "De Foederis Mosaici Traditione," Verbum Domini 40 (1962), 3–17. [Biblical Law]
  • Moran, William L., "Il ‘grande peccato’ nei contratti matrimoniali egiziani," Revista Biblica 7 (1959), 68–69. [Marriage]
  • Moran, William L., "Moses und der Bundesschluss am Sinai," Stimmen der Zeit 170 (1962), 120–133; reprinted in Catholic Biblical Quarterly 25 (1963), 77–87. [Covenant]
  • Moran, William L., "The Ancient Near Eastern Background of the Love of God in Deuteronomy," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 25 (1963), 77–87. [Covenant]
  • Moran, William L., "The Conclusion of the Decalogue (Exodus 20:17, Deuteronomy 5:21)," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 29 (1967), 543–554. [Decalogue]
  • Moran, William L., "The Literary Connection between Leviticus 11:13–19 and Deuteronomy 14:12–18," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 28 (1966), 271–277. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Literary Form]
  • Moran, William L., "The Scandal of the ‘Great Sin’ at Ugarit," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 18 (1959), 280–281. [Comparative Studies—Ugarit] [Decalogue] [Sexual Offences]
  • Morden, John W., "An Essay on the Connections between Law and Religion," Journal of Law and Religion 2, no. 1 (1984), 7–39. [Law and Religion]
  • Morgen, Michèle, "‘Votre Loi, mon commandement’: Etude de la place accordée à la Loi et au commandement dans l’évangile de Jean," in Emmanuelle Steffek et Yvan Bourquin, eds., Raconter, interpréter, annoncer. Parcours de Nouveau Testament. Mélanges offerts à Daniel Marguerat pour son 60ème anniversaire, 195–206, Geneva: Labor et Fides, 2003 (Le Monde de la Bible 47). [New Testament]
  • Morgenstern, Julian, Rites of Birth, Marriage, Death and Kindred Occasions among the Semites, Cincinnati: Hebrew Union College Press, 1966; reprint, New York: Ktav Publishing House, 1973. [Succession]
  • Morgenstern, Julian, "The Book of the Covenant Part Four," Hebrew Union College Annual 33 (1962), 59–105. [Covenant]
  • Morgenstern, Julian, "The Decalogue of the Holiness Code, Leviticus 19," Hebrew Union College Annual 26 (1955), 1–27. [Decalogue]
  • Morgenstern, Julian, "Trial by Ordeal among the Semites and in Ancient Israel," Hebrew Union College Annual 2a (1925), 113–144. [Procedure]
  • Moriarty, Frederick L., "Prophet and Covenant," Gregorianum 46 (1965), 817–833. [Covenant] [Law and the Prophets]
  • Morris, Leon, "Judgment and Custom," Australian Biblical Review 7 (1959), 72–74. [Sources of Law]
  • Morrison, Martha A., "The Jacob and Laban Narrative in Light of Near Eastern Sources," Biblical Archaeologist 46 (1983), 155–164. [Legal Aspects of Narratives]
  • Morrow, Hubert W., "God’s Gift of the Law, Genesis 31:1–9; 14–23; 26–50; Galatians 3:23–29; Sermon," Cumberland Seminarian 22 (Spring 1984), 17–19. [Law and Religion]
  • Morrow, William S., "A Generic Discrepancy in the Covenant Code," in B.M. Levinson, ed., Theory and Method in Biblical and Cuneiform Law: Revision, Interpolation, and Development, 136–151, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1994. [Biblical Law]
  • Morrow, William S., "Judges and Journeys in Deuteronomy 12:1–18:22," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1994. [Courts]
  • Morrow, William S., "Mesopotamian Scribal Techniques and Deuteronomic Composition: Notes on Deuteronomy and the Hermeneutics of Legal Innovation," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 6 (2000), 302–313. [Interpretation] [Sources of Law]
  • Morrow, William S., Scribing the Center: Organization and Redaction in Deuteronomy 14:1–17:13, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1995. [Arrangement and Classification]
  • Morrow, William S., The Composition of Deuteronomy 14:1–17:1, Toronto: Ph.D. dissertation, University of Toronto, 1988. [Literary Form]
  • Morstad, Erik, Wenn du der Stimme des Herrn, deines Gottes, gehorchen wirst—Die primären Einführungen zu Dtn. 28:3–6 und 16–19, Oslo: Land og Kirke, 1960. [Biblical Law]
  • Mosca, Paul G., "Once Again the Heavenly Witness of Psalm 89:38," Journal of Biblical Literature 105 (1986), 27–37. [Evidence]
  • Mosis, Rudolf, "Ezra 14:1–11: Ein Ruf zur Umkehr," Biblische Zeitschrift 19, no. 2 (1975), 161–194. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Mosis, Rudolf, "Genesis 9:1–7: Funktion und Bedeutung Innerhalb der Priesterschriftlichen Urgeschicht," Biblische Zeitschrift 38 (1994), 195–228. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Moskala, Jiri, The Laws of Unclean Animals of Leviticus 11: Their Nature, Theology, and Rationale: An Intertextual Study, Ph.D. dissertation, Andrews University, available from Berrien Springs, Mich.: Adventist Theological Society Publications, 1998. [Animals] [Biblical Law] [Ritual Law]
  • Most, William G., "A Biblical Theology of Redemption in a Covenant Framework," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 29 (1967), 1–19. [Covenant]
  • Mounin, Georges, "La linguistique comme science auxiliaire dans les disciplines jur," Archives de Philosophie du Droit 19 (1974), 7–16. [New Testament]
  • Mowinckel, Sigmund, Le décalogue, 141ff, Paris: Félix Alcan, 1927. [Decalogue]
  • Mowinckel, Sigmund, Psalmestudien V: Segen und Fluch im Israels Kult und Psalmdichtung, 1961. [Biblical Law]
  • Mueller, James R., "The Temple Scroll and the Gospel Divorce Texts," Revue de Qumran 10 (1980), 247–256. [Husband and Wife] [New Testament—Divorce] [Qumran]
  • Muffs, Yochanan, "Abraham the Noble Warrior: Patriarchal Politics and Laws of War in Ancient Israel," Journal of Jewish Studies 33 (1982), 81–107; reprinted in Géza Vermès and Jacob Neusner, eds., Essays in Honour of Yigael Yadin, 81–107, Totowa, N.Y.: Allanheld, Osmun, and Co., 1983. [Law of War]
  • Muffs, Yochanan, Studies in the Aramaic Legal Papyri from Elephantine, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1969; reprint, New York: KTAV, 1973. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic]
  • Muffs, Yochanan, "Two Comparative Lexical Studies," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society of Columbia University 5 (1973), 287–298; reprinted in David Marcus, ed., The Gaster Festschrift, New York: Ancient Near Eastern Society, 1974. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Muilenburg, James, "The Form and Structure of the Covenantal Formulations," Vetus Testamentum 9 (1959), 347–365. [Covenant]
  • Muilenburg, James, "The Intercession of the Covenant Mediator (Exodus 33:19, 12–17)," in Peter R. Ackroyd and Barnabas Lindars, eds., Words and Meanings, Essays Presented to David Winton Thomas, 159–181, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1968. [Covenant]
  • Mullen, E. Theodore, Jr., "Crime and Punishment: The Sins of the King and the Despoliation of the Treasuries," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 54 (1992), 231–248. [Kingship]
  • Mullen, E. Theodore, Jr., Narrative History and Ethnic Boundaries: The Deuteronomistic Historian and the Creation of Israelite National Identity, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1993. [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Sources of Law]
  • Mullen, E. Theodore, Jr., "The Divine Witness and the Davidic Royal Grant: Psalms 89:37–38," Journal of Biblical Literature 102 (June 1983), 207–218. [Kingship]
  • Mullen, E. Theodore, Jr., "The ‘Minor Judges’: Some Literary and Historical Considerations," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 44 (1982), 185–201. [Courts]
  • Müller, David H., Die Gesetze Hammurabis und ihr Verhältnis zur Mosaischen Gesetzgebung sowie zu den XII Tafeln: Babylonischer Text in Umschrift und Parallele Deutsche und Hebräische Übersetzung mit Erläuterungen, Vergleichender Analyse und Sprachlichen Exkursen, nebst Das Syrisch-römische Rechtsbuch und Hammurabi, Wien: Israelitisch-Theology Lehranstalt, 1903; reprint, Amsterdam: Philo Press, 1975. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Müller, Mogens, "The Gospel of St. Matthew and the Mosaic Law—A Chapter of a Biblical Theology," Studia Theologica 46 (1992), 109–120. [New Testament]
  • Müller, Ulrich, "Zur Rezeption gesetzeskritischer Jesusüberlieferung im frühen Christentum," New Testament Studies 27 (January 1981), 158–185. [New Testament]
  • Munk, Elie, "La legislation criminelle dans le droit Mosaique," Revue de l’Histoire de la Medecine Hebraique 10 (1951), 15–29. [Penal Law]
  • Munk, Elie, "L’Epilepsis dans la legislation Mosaique," Revue de l’Histoire de la Medecine Hebraique 6 (1953), 75–80. [Medico-Legal Issues]
  • Muntingh, L.M., "Die Begrip ‘Ger’ in die Ou Testament," Nederduits Gereformeerde Teologiese Tydskrif 3 (1962), 534–558. [Terminology]
  • Muntingh, L.M., "Israelite-Amorite Political Relations during the Second Millennium B.C. in the Light of Near Eastern Politics, a Study of Relevant Amorite, Akkadian, and Hebrew Concepts," in Pelio Fronzaroli, ed., Atti Del Secondo Congresso Internazionale Di Linguistica Camito—Semitica, April 16–19, 211–236, Istituto Di Linguistica E Lingue Orientali, Universita Di Firenze, 1978. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Muntingh, L.M., "Second Thoughts on Ebla and the Old Testament," in Walter Claassen, ed., Text and Context: Old Testament and Semitic Studies for F.C. Fensham, 157–175, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1988. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Muntingh, L.M., "The International Amarna Correspondence and Western Asian Diplomacy in the Amarna Age (14th Century B.C.)," in Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Asian Studies, 515–526, Hong Kong: Asian Research Service, 1987. [International Law]
  • Muntingh, L.M., "The Social and Legal Status of a Free Ugaritic Female," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 26, no. 2 (1967), 102–112. [Comparative Studies—Ugarit] [Status—Women]
  • Murphy-O’Connor, Jerome, "The Divorced Woman in 1 Corinthians 7:10–11," Journal of Biblical Literature 100 (1981), 601–606. [Divorce] [Husband and Wife]
  • Murray, Daniel E., "Ancient Laws on Adultery—a Synopsis," Journal of Family Law 1 (1961), 89–104. [Sexual Offences]
  • Muutuki, Joseph, "Using the Kamba Culture to Interpret Old Testament Covenants," in Mary Getul, Knut Holter, and Victor Zinkuratire, eds., Interpreting the Old Testament in Africa: Papers from the International Symposium on Africa and the Old Testament in Nairobi, October 1999, 125–129, New York: Lang, 2001. [Covenant] [Interpretation]
  • Myers, Jacob M., Grace and Torah, Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1975. [New Testament]
  • Myre, André, "Les caractéristiques de la Loi Mosaïque selon Philon d’Alexandrie," Science et Esprit 27 (January-April 1975), 35–69. [Interpretation]
  • Myre, André, "Loi de la nature et la Loi Mosaïque selon Philon d’Alexandrie," Science et Esprit 28 (May 1976), 163–181. [Theory of Law]


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  • Na’aman, N., "The Law of the Altar in Deuteronomy and the Cultic Site near Shechem," in Steven L. McKenzie and Thomas Römer, eds., Rethinking the Foundations: Historiography in the Ancient World and in the Bible: Essays in Honour of John Van Seters, 141–161, Berlin: de Gruyter, 2000 (Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 294). [Ritual Law]
  • Nageh, R., Huqqah hatorah, Tel-Aviv: Or-Am, 1980. [Biblical Law]
  • Najman, Hindy, "The Law of Nature and the Authority of Mosaic Law," Studia Philonica Annual 11 (1999), 55–73. [Biblical Law] [Theory of Law]
  • Namiki, K., "Methodological Considerations of the Study of the Covenant in Early Israel," La Civilta Cattolica 1 (1964), 27–52. [Covenant]
  • Napier, Bunyan Davie, "Community under Law: On Hebrew Law and Its Theological Presuppositions," Interpretation 7 (1953), 404–417. [Law and Religion]
  • Napier, Bunyan Davie, "Hear, O Israel: The Legal Codes," in Bunyan Davie Napier, ed., From Faith to Faith: Essays on Old Testament Literature, 192–210, New York: Harper, 1955. [Biblical Law]
  • Napier, Bunyan Davie, "The Inheritance and the Problem of Adjacency. An Essay on I Kings 21," Interpretation 30 (1976), 3–11. [Biblical Law] [Succession]
  • Nardoni, E., "El concepto de dios en el Pacto sinaitico," Rivista Biblica 25 (1963), 19–23. [Covenant]
  • Nardoni, Enrique, Rise Up, O Judge: A Study of Justice in the Biblical World, trans by Seán Charles Martin, Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson Publishers, 2004. [Courts]
  • Nash, Kathleen S., "The Feast of Booths," Bible Today 36 (1998), 29–35. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Nasuti, Harry P., "Identity, Identification, and Imitation: The Narrative Hermeneutics of Biblical Law," Journal of Law and Religion 4, no. 1 (1986), 9–23. [Theory of Law]
  • Naville, Edouard, La découverte de la loi sous le roi Josias. Une interprétation égyptienne d’un texte biblique, Paris, 1910; translated into English by M.L. McClure, The Discovery of the Book of the Law under King Josiah: An Egyptian Interpretation of the Biblical Account, London: SPCK, 1911. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Neagoe, Alexandru, The Trial of the Gospel: An Apologetic Reading of Luke’s Trial Narratives, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002. [New Testament]
  • Nel, Philip J., "Psalm 110 and the Melchizedek Tradition," Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 22, no. 1 (1996), 1–14. [Kingship]
  • Nel, Philip J., "The Talion Principle in Old Testament Narratives," Journal of Northwest Semitic Language 20 (1994), 21–29. [Legal Aspects of Narratives] [Talion]
  • Nelson, Richard D., The Double Redaction of the Deuteronomistic History, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, 1981 (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series 18). [Form Criticism]
  • Nembach, Ulrich, "Ehescheidung nach Alttestamentlichem und jüdischem Recht (Deut. 24:1–4, Matt. 5:32, 19:9, Mk. 10:11)," Theologische Zeitschrift 26 (1970), 161–171. [Marriage]
  • Nestle, Eberhard, "Miscellen. 9. zum Schreiben der Thora," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft (1907), 100–110. [Biblical Law]
  • Nestle, Eberhard, "Miscellen. 21. Musste jeder Jude einmal das Gesetz abschreiben, der König zweimal?" Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft (1906), 156–160. [Legal Education]
  • Neubaür, Jacob, Beiträge zur Geschichte des biblisch-talmudischen Eheschliessungsrecht, Leipzig, 1920. [Marriage]
  • Neudecker, Reinhard, Die ersten beiden Gebote des Dekalogs in der Sicht der alten Rabbinen, Augsburg: Katholische Akademie Augsburg, 1983 (Akademie-Publikation 22). [Decalogue]
  • Neuenschwander, Ulrich, "Das sechste Gebot," Schweizerische Theologische Umschau 31 (1961), 89–103. [Decalogue]
  • Neufeld, Edward, "Inalienability of Mobile and Immobile Pledges in the Laws of the Bible," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 9 (1962), 33–44. [Property]
  • Neufeld, Edward, "Ius redemptionis in Ancient Hebrew Law," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 8 (1961), 29–40. [Biblical Law]
  • Neufeld, Edward, "Notes on Hittite Laws," Archaeologie Orientale 18, no. 4 (1950), 116–130. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Neufeld, Edward, "Self-Help in Ancient Hebrew Law," Revue Internationale des Droits de l’Antiquité 5 (1958), 291–298. [Remedies]
  • Neufeld, Edward, "The Emergence of a Royal-Urban Society in Ancient Israel," Hebrew Union College Annual 31 (1960), 31–53. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Neufeld, Edward, "The Prohibitions against Loans at Interest in Ancient Hebrew Laws," Hebrew Union College Annual 26 (1955), 355–412. [Usury]
  • Neufeld, Edward, "The Rate of Interest and the Text of Nehemiah 5:11," Jewish Quarterly Review 44 (1954), 194–204. [Usury]
  • Neufeld, Ephraim, Ancient Hebrew Marriage Laws, Toronto: Longman Green and Co., 1944. [Marriage]
  • Neufeld, Ephraim, The Hittite Laws, London: Luzac and Co., 1951. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Neusner, Jacob, A History of the Mishnaic Law of Holy Things, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1978–1980. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Neusner, Jacob, A History of the Mishnaic Law of Purities, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1974–1977. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Neusner, Jacob, A History of the Mishnaic Law of Women: Translation and Explanation, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1980. [Sources—Rabbinic] [Women]
  • Neusner, Jacob, Are the Talmuds Interchangeable? Christine Hayes’s Blunder, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1995. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Neusner, Jacob, "Aristotle’s Economics and the Mishnah’s Economics: The Matter of Wealth and Usury," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Period 21 (1990), 41–59. [Usury]
  • Neusner, Jacob, Beyond Historicism, after Structuralism: History of Ancient Judaism, Brunswick: Bowdoin College, 1980. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Neusner, Jacob, ‘"By the Testimony of Two Witnesses’ in the Damascus Document IX, 17–22 and in Pharisaic-Rabbinic Law," Revue de Qumran 8 (1973), 197–217. [Qumran]
  • Neusner, Jacob, "Exegesis and the Written Law," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Period 5 (1974), 176–178. [Sources of Law]
  • Neusner, Jacob, "Money-Changers in the Temple: The Mishnah’s Explanation," New Testament Studies 35 (1989), 287–290. [New Testament]
  • Neusner, Jacob, "Mr. Sanders’ Pharisees and Mine: A Response to E.P. Sanders, ‘Jewish Law from Jesus to the Mishnah,’" Scottish Journal of Theology 44 (1991), 73–95. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Neusner, Jacob, "On the Trial of Jesus," Journal of Jewish Studies 26 (1975), 182–187. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Neusner, Jacob, "Pharisaic Law in New Testament Times," Union Seminary Quarterly Review 26 (Summer 1971), 331–340. [New Testament]
  • Neusner, Jacob, "Ritual without Myth: The Use of Legal Materials for the Study of Religions," Religion 5 (Fall 1975), 91–100. [Law and Religion]
  • Neusner, Jacob, School, Court, Public Administration, Judaism and Its Institutions in Talmudic Babylonia, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1987. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Neusner, Jacob, "Scriptural, Essenic, and Mishnaic Approaches to Civil Law and Government: Some Comparative Remarks," Harvard Theological Review 73 (July 1980), 419–434. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Neusner, Jacob, The Rabbinic Traditions about the Pharisees before 70, 3 vols., Leiden: Brill, 1971. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Neusner, Jacob, "Vow-Taking, the Nazirites, and the Law: Does James’ Advice to Paul Accord with Halakhah?" in Bruce David Chilton and Craig A. Evans, eds., James the Just and Christian Origins, 59–82, Leiden: Brill, 1999. [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Oath]
  • Neusner, Jacob, and Tamara Sonn, Comparing Religions through Law: Judaism and Islam, London: Routledge, 1999. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Interpretation]
  • Neusner, Jacob, ed., The Formation of the Babylonian Talmud: Studies in the Achievement of Late Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Historical and Literary Critical Research, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1970. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Newman, Louis E., "Covenant and Contract: A Framework for the Analysis of Jewish Ethics," Journal of Law and Religion 9 (1991), 89–112. [Contract] [Covenant] [Methodology in Jewish Law]
  • Newman, Louis E., "Law, Virtue, and Supererogation in the Halakha: The Problem of Lifnim Mishurat Hadin Reconsidered," Journal of Jewish Studies 40 (1989), 61–88. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Newman, Louis J., The Talmudic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Rabbis: A Collection of Parables, Folk Tales, Fables, Aphorism, Epigrams, Sayings, Anecdotes, Proverbs, and Exegetical Interpretations, New York: Behrman House, 1945. [Sources—Rabbinic]
  • Neyrey, Jerome H., "Jesus the Judge: Forensic Process in John 8:21–59," Biblica 68 (1987), 509–542. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Neyrey, Jerome H., The Passion according to Luke: A Redaction Study of Luke’s Soteriology, New York: Paulist, 1985. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Nibley, Hugh, "How to Get Rich," in Hugh Nibley, Approaching Zion, 178–201, Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1989. [Social Protection]
  • Nibley, Hugh, "Tenting, Toll, and Taxing," Western Political Quarterly 29 (1966), 599–. [Taxation]
  • Nibley, Hugh, "The Arrow, the Hunter, and the State," Western Political Quarterly 2 (1949), 328–344. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Nibley, Hugh, "The Hierocentric State," Western Political Quarterly 4 (1951), 226–253. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Niccum, Curt, "The Voice of the Manuscripts on the Silence of Women: The External Evidence for 1 Corinthians 14:34–35," New Testament Studies 43 (1997), 242–255. [Women]
  • Nicholson, Ernest W., "Covenant in a Century of Study Since Wellhausen," in Johannes Cornelis de Moor, N. Poulssen and Graham I. Davies, eds., Crises and Perspectives, 54–69, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1986. [Covenant]
  • Nicholson, Ernest W., "Decalogue as the Direct Address of God," Vetus Testamentum 27 (October 1977), 422–433. [Decalogue]
  • Nicholson, Ernest W., Deuteronomy and Tradition, Philadelphia: Fortress Press, Oxford: Blackwell, 1967. [Sources—Biblical]
  • Nicholson, Ernest W., Exodus and Sinai in History and Tradition, Richmond: Knox, 1973. [Interpretation]
  • Nicholson, Ernest W., "The Centralization of the Cult in Deuteronomy," Vetus Testamentum 13 (1963), 380–389. [Ritual Law]
  • Nicholson, Ernest W., "The Covenant Ritual in Exodus 24:38," Vetus Testamentum 32 (1982), 74–86. [Covenant] [Ritual Law]
  • Niclolsky, Nikolai M., "Das Asylrecht in Israel," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 48 (1930), 146–175. [Homicide and Refuge]
  • Niditch, Susan, "The Wronged Woman Righted: An Analysis of Genesis 38," Harvard Theological Review 72 (1979), 143–149. [Levirate]
  • Niedenthal, Morris J., "Irony and Grammer of the Gospel," Princeton Seminary Bulletin 64 (March 1971), 22–29. [New Testament]
  • Niehr, Herbert, "Die Rechtsprechung im Tor," Bibel und Kirche 54, no. 3 (1999), 128–130. [Courts]
  • Niehr, Herbert, "Grundzüge der Forschung zur Gerichtsorganisation Israels," Biblische Zeitschrift, n.s., 31 (1987), 206–227. [Courts]
  • Niehr, Herbert, Rechtsprechung in Israel. Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der Gerichtsorganisation im Alten Testament, Stuttgart: Verlag Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1987 (Stuttgarter Bibelstudien 130). [Courts]
  • Niehr, Herbert, "Rechtsprechung in Israel. Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der Gerichtsorganisation im Alten Testament" (book review), Vetus Testamentum 44 (1994), 287. [Courts]
  • Niehr, Herbert, "The Constitutive Principles for Establishing Justice and Order in Northwest Semitic Societies with Special Reference to Ancient Israel and Judah," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 3 (1997), 112–130. [Biblical Law] [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Divine Justice] [Procedure] [Theory of Law]
  • Nielsen, Eduard, Die Zehn Gebote: Eine traditionsgeschichtliche Skizze, Copenhagen: Prostant Apud Munksgaard, 1965; English translation: The Ten Commandments in New Perspective: A Traditio-historical Approach, London: SCM Press, 1968 (Studies in Biblical Theology, 2nd series 7). [Decalogue]
  • Nielsen, Eduard, "Moses and the Law," Vetus Testamentum 32 (1982), 87–98. [Biblical Law]
  • Nielsen, Eduard, The Ten Commandments in New Perspective: A Traditio-historical Approach, London: SCM, 1968; translated from Die Zehn Gebote: Eine traditionsgeschichtliche Skizze, Copenhagen: Prostant Apud Munksgaard, 1965. [Decalogue]
  • Nielsen, Kirsten, "Das Bild des Gerichts (Rib-Pattern) in Jes. 1–12. Eine Analyse der Beziehungen zwischen Bildssprache und dem Anliegen der Verkündigung," Vetus Testamentum 29 (1979), 309–324. [Biblical Law] [Law and the Prophets]
  • Nielsen, Kirsten, "Le choix contre le droit dans le livre de Ruth: de l’aire de battage au tribunal," Vetus Testamentum 35 (April 1985), 201–212. [Biblical Law]
  • Niemczyk, J., "Z zagadnien praivodastiva izraelakiegs (Problems of Israel’s Law Giving)" (in Polish), Annales Theologico-Canonici 6 (1964), 191–212. [Biblical Law]
  • Nihan, Christophe, "Nombres 5/11–31 et l’enfantement de la Justice Divine au Sein de la Communauté," Etudes Théologiques et Religieuses 72, no. 3 (1997), 429–436. [Courts] [Law and Religion]
  • Nikopoulos, B.E., "Debt and Debtor: Basic Ideas of Contractual Law in the Letters of the Apostle Paul" (in Greek), Delton Biblikon Meleton 26, no. 2 (1997), 95–120. [Contract] [Debt] [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Nitzan, Bilha, "The Laws of Reproof in 4Qberakhot (4Q286–290) in Light of Their Parallels in the Damascus Covenant and Other Texts from Qumran," in Moshe Bernstein, Florentino Garcia Martinez and John Kampen, eds., Legal Texts and Legal Issues: Proceedings of the Second Meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies, Cambridge 1995: Published in Honour of Joseph M. Baumgarten, 149–165, Leiden: Brill, 1997. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Qumran] [Sources—Miscellaneous]
  • Nix, Fredrick E., review of Alan Watson, Jesus and the Law, Journal of Law and Religion 17, nos. 1–2 (2002), 401–411. [New Testament] [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Nock, Arthur Darby, Conversion: The Old and New in Religion from Alexander the Great to Augustine of Hippo, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1933. [Conversion]
  • Nocquet, Dany, "Les interdictions du Deutéronome et leur signification: L’exemple de l’interdit de la divination," Foi et vie 98 (1999), 45–61. [Procedure]
  • Nodet, Étienne, A Search for the Origins of Judaism: From Joshua to the Mishnah, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1997. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Nodet, Étienne, "Josephus and the Pentateuch," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Period 28, no. 2 (1997), 154–194. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Sources of Law]
  • Nodet, Étienne, "La Loi à Qumrân et Schiffman," Revue Biblique 102 (1995), 38–71. [Qumran]
  • Noll, Peter, Jesus und das Gesetz: Rechtliche Analyse der Normenkritik in der Lehre Jesu, Gebiet d. Theologie and Religionsges, 1968. [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Nolland, John, "Uncircumcised Proselytes?" Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Period 12 (1981), 173–194. [Conversion]
  • Noonan, John T., Jr., "The Muzzled Ox," Jewish Quarterly Review 70 (1980), 172–175. [Animals]
  • Noort, Edward, "Land and Reconciliation, Land Claims and Loss of Land," Nederduitse gereformeerde teologiese tydskrif 39 (1998), 12–28. [Conversion] [Property]
  • Nordling, John G., "Onesimus Fugitivus: A Defense of the Runaway Slave Hypothesis in Philemon," Journal for the Study of the New Testament 41 (1991), 97–119. [New Testament—Paul and the Law] [Slavery]
  • Norr, D., Studien zum Strafrecht im Kodex Hammurabi, Munich: dissertation, 1954. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Norr, D., "Zum Schuldgedanken im altbabylonischen Strafrecht," Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte, Romanistische Abteilung 75 (1958), 1–31. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • North, Robert, "Flesh, Covering, and Response, Exodus 21:10," Vetus Testamentum 5 (1955), 204–206. [Slavery]
  • North, Robert, Sociology of the Biblical Jubilee, Rome: Pontifical Biblical Institute, 1954. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • North, Robert, "The Essence of Idolatry," Beiheft zur Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 77 (1958), 151–160. [Sacrilege and Idolatry]
  • North, Robert, "Yad in the Shemitta-Law," Vetus Testamentum 4 (1954), 196–199.
  • Nosenko, Ye. E., "The Origins of Sabbath in the Light of Ethnological Data" (in Russian), Vestnik Drevnei Istorii 4 (1999), 120–127. [Holy Days and Sabbath]
  • Noth, Martin, A History of Pentateuchal Traditions, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1972; reprint, Chico, Calif.: Scholars Press, 1981. [Sources—Biblical]
  • Noth, Martin, "Das Amt des ‘Richters’ Israels," in Fest. A. Bertholet, 404–417, Tübingen, 1950. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Noth, Martin, Die Gesetze im Pentateuch, Halle, 1940. [Biblical Law]
  • Noth, Martin, "Die Gesetze im Pentateuch: Ihre Voraussetzungen und ihr Sinn," Gesammelte Studien zum Alten Testament (1957), 9–141. [Biblical Law]
  • Noth, Martin, "Die mit des Gesetzes Werken umgehen, die sind unter dem Fluch," Gesemmelte Studien zum Alten Testament (1957), 155–171. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Noth, Martin, Exodus: A Commentary, trans. J.S. Bowden, Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1962 (Old Testament Library). [Commentaries]
  • Noth, Martin, Leviticus: A Commentary, Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1965. [Commentaries]
  • Noth, Martin, The Laws in the Pentateuch and Other Studies, London: SCM Press, 1966. [Biblical Law]
  • Nötscher, Friedrich, "Bundesformular und ‘Amtsschimmel: Ein Kritischer Überblick,’" Biblische Zeitschrift 9 (1965), 181–214. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Nötscher, Friedrich, "Die Gerechtigkeit Gottes bei den vorexilischen Propheten," Annee Theologique Augustinienne 6 (1915). [Law and the Prophets]
  • Nötscher, Friedrich, "Gerechtigkeit im Alten Testament," BTW (1962), 453–461. [Terminology]
  • Nouis, Antoine, "Que Faire du Jubilé?" Études Théologiques et Religieuses 75, no. 1 (2000), 9–23. [Agriculture] [Holy Days and Sabbath] [Slavery]
  • Novak, David, "An Inquiry into the Question of the Drawing of the Blood of the Covenant" (in Hebrew), Proceedings of the Committee on Jewish Law and Standards of the Conservative Movement: 1980–1985, 59–67, New York: Rabbinical Assembly, 1988. [Covenant] [Ritual Law]
  • Novak, David, "Avoiding Charges of Legalism and Antinomianism in Jewish-Christian Dialogue," Modern Theology 16, no. 3 (2000), 275–291. [Interpretation]
  • Novak, David, Law and Theology in Judaism, New York: Ktav, 1974. [Law and Religion]
  • Novak, David, "Law and Theology in Judaism," Tradition 13 (1972), 77–94. [Biblical Law] [Law and Religion]
  • Novak, David, The Image of the Non-Jew in Judaism: An Historical and Constructive Study of the Noahide Laws, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 1983 (Toronto Studies in Theology 14). [Theory of Law]
  • Nowack, N., "Das Bundesbuch," in Beiträge zur alttestamentlichen Wissenschaft, Festschrift K. Budde, Beiheft zur Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 34 (1920), 132–140. [Biblical Law]
  • Nuñez, A.G., "El Rito de la Alianza," Estudios Biblicos 24 (1965), 217–238. [Covenant]


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  • Oakes, Peter, review of William Klassen, Judas: Betrayer or Friend of Jesus? Evangelical Quarterly 70, no. 3 (July 1998), 273–275. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Oakman, Douglas E., "Jesus and Agrarian Palestine: The Factor of Debt," Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 24 (1985), 57–73. [Debt] [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • O’Callaghan, Roger T., "A New Inheritance Contract from Nippur," Journal of Cuneiform Studies 8, no. 4 (1954), 137–143. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Contract]
  • O’Connell, Matthew J., "The Concept of Commandment in the Old Testament," Theological Studies 21 (1960), 351–403. [Theory of Law]
  • O’Conner, J. Murphy, "La ‘verite’ chez Saint Paul et a Qumran," Revue Biblique 72 (January 1965), 29–76. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Oden, Robert A., Jr., "Jacob as Father, Husband, and Nephew: Kinship Studies and the Patriarchal Narratives," Journal of Biblical Literature 102 (1983), 189–205. [Kingship] [Marriage]
  • Oden, Robert A., Jr., "Taxation in Biblical Israel," Journal of Religious Ethics 12 (1984), 162–181. [Taxation]
  • O’Donovan, Oliver, and Bernd Wannenwetsch, eds., "Gerechtigkeit und Urteil," Neue Zeitschrift für Systematische Theologie und Religionsphilosophie 40 (1998), 1–16. [Courts]
  • Oeming, Manfred, "Auf der Suche nach Verbindungslinien: Psalm 19 als Ganzheit betrachtet," in Axel Graupner, Holger Delkurt, Alexander B. Ernst, and Lutz Aupperle, eds., Verbindungslinien: Festschrift für Werner H. Schmidt zum 65. Geburtstag, 249–263, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 2000. [Biblical Law]
  • Oestreicher, Theodor, Das Deuteronomische Grundgesetz, Gütersloh: Bertelsmann, 1923. [Biblical Law]
  • Ogletree, Thomas W., Hospitality to the Stranger: Dimensions of Moral Understanding, Philadelphia: Fortress, 1985. [Social Protection]
  • Oikonamou, E.B., "Umstände von Selbstmorden im Alten Testament" (in Greek), Parnassos 90 (1964), 607–612. [Suicide]
  • Okorie, A.M., "Who Crucified Jesus?" Religion and Theology 3, no. 3 (1996), 289–296; reprinted in Communio Viatorum 38, no. 2 (1996), 101–109. [New Testament] [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Olivier, Hannes, "The Effectiveness of the Old Babylonian MESARUM Decree," Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 12 (1984), 107–113. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Olivier, Hannes, "The Periodicity of the MISHARUM Again," in Walter Claassen, ed., Text and Context: Old Testament and Semitic Studies for F. C. Fensham, 227–235, Sheffield: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Press, 1988. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Olivier, J.P.J., "The Sceptre of Justice and Psalm 45:7," Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 7 (1979), 45–54. [Biblical Law] [Divine Justice]
  • Olley, John W., "A Forensic Connotation of BOS," Vetus Testamentum 26 (1976), 230–234. [Terminology]
  • Olmstead, Albert T., History of Assyria, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1960. [Comparative Studies—Assyrian]
  • Olsen, V. Norskov, The New Testament Logia on Divorce: A Study of Their Interpretation from Erasmus to Milton, Tübingen: Mohr, 1971. [New Testament—Divorce]
  • Olyan, Saul M., "The Biblical Prohibition of the Mourning Rites of Shaving and Laceration: Several Proposals," in Saul M. Olyan and Robert C. Culley, eds., ‘A Wise and Discerning Mind’: Essays in Honor of Burke O. Long, 181–189, Providence, R.I.: Brown University, 2000 (Brown Judaic Studies 325). [Biblical Law] [Ritual Law]
  • Olyan, Saul M., "Why an Altar of Unfinished Stones? Some Thoughts on Ex 20,25 and Dtn 27,5–6," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 108 (1996), 161–171. [Ritual Law]
  • O’Meara, Thomas F.O., "Trial of Jesus in an Age of Trials (with Reply by J. E. Wallace)," Theology Today 28 (January 1972), 451–469. [New Testament—Trial of Jesus]
  • Omerzu, Heike, Der Prozess des Paulus: Eine exegetische und rechtshistorische Untersuchung der Apostelgeschichte, New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2002. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Oosthuizen, Martin, "Deuteronomy 15:1–18 in Socio-Rhetorical Perspective," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 3 (1997), 64–91. [Public Law]
  • Ophir, Michael, "Comments on the Law of Servitudes in Israel," Israel Law Review 7 (1972), 528–556. [Slavery]
  • Oppenheim, Adolph Leo, Letters from Mesopotamia: Official, Business and Private Letters on Clay Tablets from Two Millenia, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1967. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Orelli, Conrad V., and John S. Banks, trans., The Prophecies of Jeremiah, Edinburgh: T. and T. Clark, 1889. [Biblical Law]
  • Oren, E., "Concerning s’rh, dswth, w’nth (Exodus 21:10)" (in Hebrew), Tarbiz 33 (1964), 317–. [Slavery]
  • Oren, E., "Exodus 22:1–3" (in Hebrew), Tarbiz 32 (1963), 393–394. [Theft]
  • Orlinsky, Harry Meyer, "The Biblical Concept of the Land of Israel: Cornerstone of the Covenant between God and Israel," Eretz-Israel 18 (1985), 43–55; reprinted in Lawrence A. Hoffman, ed., The Land of Israel: Jewish Perspectives, 27–64, Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1986. [Covenant]
  • O’Shea, W.J., "Marriage and Divorce: The Biblical Evidence," Australian Catholic Record 47 (1970), 89–109. [Divorce]
  • Osiek, Carolyn, "The Family in Early Christianity: Family Values Revisited," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 58 (January 1996), 1–25. [Husband and Wife] [Parent and Child]
  • Osiek, Carolyn, "The Ransom of Captives: Evolution of a Tradition," Harvard Theological Review 74 (1981), 365–386. [Slavery]
  • Ostborn, G., Torah in the Old Testament. A Semantic Study, Lund, 1945. [Biblical Law]
  • Osten-Sacken, Peter von der, "Befreiung durch das Gesetz," in Andreas Baudis, Dieter Clausert and Volkhard Schliski, eds., Richte unsere Füsse auf den Weg des Friedens. Helmut Gollwitzer zum 70. Geburtstag, 349–360, Munich: Kaiser, 1979. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Osten-Sacken, Peter von der, Die Heiligkeit der Tora: Studien zum Gesetz bei Paulus, Munich: Kaiser, 1989. [New Testament—Paul and the Law]
  • Ostrow, Jonah, "Tannaitic and Roman Procedure in Homicide," Jewish Quarterly Review 48 (1958), 352–370; reprinted in Jewish Quarterly Review 52 (October 1961), 160–167. [Comparative Studies—Roman Law] [Homicide and Refuge] [Procedure]
  • Osumi, Yuichi, Die Kompositionsgeschichte des Bundesbuches, Exodus 20:22b-23:33, Freiburg: Universitätsverlag, Gottingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 1991. [Biblical Law]
  • Oswald, Wolfgang, Israel am Gottesberg: Eine Untersuchung zur Literaturgeschichte der vorderen Sinaiperikope Ex 19–24 und deren historischem Hintergrund, Fribourg: Universitaires Fribourg Suisse, 1997. [Biblical Law] [Literary Form]
  • Otten, Heinrich, "Ein Fragment zu Tafel II der hethitischen Gesetze," Zeitschrift für Assyriologie und Archaeologie 61 (1971), 239–241. [Comparative Studies—Hittite]
  • Öttli, Samuel, Das Gesetz Hammurabis und die Thora Israels, Leipzig: A. Deichert, 1903. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Alte und neue Perspektiven in der Dekalogforschung," Der Evangelische Erzieher 42 (1990), 125–133; reprinted in Kontinuum und Proprium: Studien zur Sozial- und Rechtsgeschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments, 285–292, Wiesbaden, 1996 (Orientalia Biblica et Christiana 8). [Decalogue]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Art. Dekalog," in Bibeltheologisches Wörterbuch, 101–105, Graz: Wien, 1994. [Decalogue]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Art. Gerechtigkeit I. AT," in Bibeltheologisches Wörterbuch, 220–223, Graz: Wien, 1994. [Biblical Law] [Decalogue]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Aspects of Legal Reforms and Reformulations in Ancient Cuneiform and Israelite Laws," in B.M. Levinson, ed., Theory and Method in Biblical and Cuneiform Law: Revision, Interpolation, and Development, 160–196, Sheffield, 1994 (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series 181). [Codification] [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Sources of Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Auf dem Wege zu einer altorientalischen Rechtsgeschichte. Rezensionsartikel zu A. Theodorides/C. Zaccagnini/G. Cardascia/A. Archi/R. Yaron, La formazione del diritto nel Vicino Oriente Antico, 1988," Bibliotheca Orientalis 48 (1991), 5–13. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Biblische Altersversorgung im altorientalischen Rechtsvergleich," in Eckart Otto, ed., Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 1 (1995), 83–110, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1995. [Social Protection]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Biblische Altersversorgung im Rechtsvergleich," in Legal Aspects of Care of the Elderly in the Ancient Near East, Leiden: Society for the Study of Ancient Law, 1995. [Social Protection]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Biblische Rechtsgeschichte. Ergebnisse und Perspektiven der Forschung," Theologische Revue 91 (1995), 283–292. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Brückenschläge in der Pentateuchforschung," Theologische Rundschau 64 (1999), 84–99. [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, Das Deuteronomium: Politische Theologie und Rechtsreform in Juda und Assyrien, Berlin: de Gruyter, 1999. [Biblical Law] [Comparative Studies—Aramaic]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Das Eherecht im Mittelassyrischen Kodex und im Deuteronomium. Tradition und Redaktion in den Sections 12–16 der Tafel A des Mittelassyrischen Kodex und in Deuteronomy 22:22–29," in Manfried Dietrich and Oswald Loretz, eds., Mesopotamica-Ugaritica-Biblica. Festschrift für Kurt Bergerhof zur Vollendung Seiner 70 Lebensjahres am 7 Mai 1992, 259–281, Kevelaer/Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1993 (Alter Orient und Altes Testament 232); reprinted in Kontinuum und Proprium. Studien zur Sozial- und Rechtsgeschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments, 172–191, Wiesbaden, 1996 (Orientalia Biblica et Christiana 8). [Comparative Studies—Assyrian]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Das Heiligkeitsgesetz zwischen Priesterschrift und Deuteronomium: Zu einem Buch von Andreas Ruwe," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 6 (2000), 330–340. [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Das Heiligkeitsgesetz Leviticus 17–26 in der Pentateuchredaktion," in Winfried Thiel and Peter Mommer, eds., Altes Testament. Forschung und Wirkung: Festschrift für Henning Graf Reventlow, 65–80, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1994. [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Das Verbot der Wiederherstellung einer geschiedenen Ehe: Deuteronomium 24:1–4 im Kontext des israelitischen und judäischen Eherechts," Ugarit-Forschungen 24 (1993), 301–310. [Divorce] [Marriage]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Del Libro de la Alianza a la Ley de Santidad: La Reformulacion del Derecho Israelita y la Formacion del Pentateuco," Estudios Biblicos 52 (1994), 195–217. [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Der Dekalog als Brennspiegel israelitischer Rechtsgeschichte," in Hans J. Zobel and Jutta Hausmann, eds., Alttestamentlicher Glaube und Biblische Theologie. Festschrift für Horst Dietrich Preuss zum 65 Geburtstag, 59–68, Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1992; reprinted in Kontinuum und Proprium. Studien zur Sozial- und Rechtsgeschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments, 293–303, Wiesbaden, 1996 (Orientalia Biblica et Christiana 8). [Decalogue]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Der reduzierte Brautpreis. Ehe- und Zinsrecht in den Paragraphen 18 und 18a des Kodex Eshnunna," Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte. Romanistische Abteilung 109 (1992), 475–481; reprinted in Kontinuum und Proprium. Studien zur Sozial- und Rechtsgeschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments, 169–171, Wiesbaden, 1996 (Orientalia Biblica et Christiana 8). [Marriage]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Deuteronomium 4: Die Pentateuchredaktion im Deuteronomiumsrahmen," in T. Veijola, ed., Das Deuteronomium und seine Querbeziehungen, 208–237, Helsinki/Göttingen, 1996 (Schriften der Finnischen Exegetischen Gesellschaft 62). [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Deuteronomium und Pentateuch: Aspekte der gegenwärtigen Debatte," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 6 (2000), 222–284. [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Diachronie und Synchronie im Depositenrecht des ‘Bundesbuches’. Zur jüngsten literatur- und rechtshistorischen Diskussion von Exodus 22:6–14," in Eckart Otto, ed., Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 2 (1996), 76–85, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1996. [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Die Aktualität des biblischen Fremden-Rechts," in Kontinuum und Proprium. Studien zur Sozial- und Rechtsgeschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments, 317–321, Wiesbaden, 1996 (Orientalia Biblica et Christiana 8). [Status]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Die Bedeutung der altorientalischen Rechtsgeschichte für das Verständnis des Alten Testaments," Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche 88 (1991), 139–168. [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Die Einschränkung des Privatstrafrechts durch öffentliche Strafrecht in der Redaktion der Paragraphen 1–24; 50–59 des Mittelassyrischen Kodex der Tafel A (KAV 1)," in Wolfgang Zwickel, ed., Biblische Welten. Festschrift für Martin Metzger Zu Seinem 65 Geburtstag, 131–166, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 1993 (Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis 123). [Comparative Studies—Assyrian]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Die Geburt des moralischen Bewußtseins. Die Ethik der Hebräischen Bibel," in E. Otto and S. Uhlig, Bibel und Christentum im Orient, 63–87, Wiesbaden, 1991 (Orientalia Biblica et Christiana 1). [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Die Geschichte der Talion im Alten Orient und Israel," in D.R. Daniels, U. Gleßmer, and M. Rösel, eds., Ernten, was man sät. Festschrift für Klaus Koch, 101–130, Neukirchen-Vluyn, 1991; reprinted in Kontinuum und Proprium. Studien zur Sozial- und Rechtsgeschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments, 224–245, Wiesbaden, 1996 (Orientalia Biblica et Christiana 8). [Talion]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Die keilschriftlichen Parallelen der Vindikationsformel in Deuteronomy 20:10," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 102 (1990), 94–96. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Die Kompositionsgeschichte des alttestamentlichen Bundesbuches Exodus 20, 22b-23, 33, Rezensionsartikel zu Y. Osumi, Die Kompositionsgeschichte des Bundesbuches Exodus 20, 22b-23, 33, OBO 105 (1991)," Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde des Morgenlandes 83 (1993), 149–165. [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Die nachpriesterschriftliche Pentateuchredaktion im Buch Exodus," in Marc Vervenne, ed., Studies in the Book of Exodus: Redaction, Reception, Interpretation, 61–111, Leuven: Peeters, 1996 (Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium 126). [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Die post-deuteronomistische Levitisierung des Deuteronomiums: Zu einem Buch von Ulrich Dahmen," in Eckart Otto, ed., Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 5 (1999), 277–284, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1999. [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Die rechtshistorische Entwicklung des Depositenrechts in altorientalischen und altisraelitischen Rechtskorpora," Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte. Romanistische Abteilung 105 (1988), 1–31; reprinted in Kontinuum und Proprium. Studien zur Sozial- und Rechtsgeschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments, 139–163, Wiesbaden, 1996 (Orientalia Biblica et Christiana 8). [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Die Rechtsintentionen des Paragraphen 6 der Tafel A des Mittelassyrischen Kodex in Tradition und Redaktion," Ugarit-Forschungen 23 (1991–1992), 307–314. [Comparative Studies—Assyrian]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Die Rechtssystematik im altbabylonischen ‘Codex Eshnunna’ und im altisraelitischen ‘Bundesbuch’. Eine redaktionsgeschichtliche und rechtsvergleichende Analyse von CE §§ 17; 18; 22–28 und Ex 21,18–21; 22,6–14; 23,1–3.6–8," Ugarit-Forschungen 19 (1987–1988), 175–197. [Comparative Studies—Eshnunna]
  • Otto, Eckart, Die Tora des Mose: Die Geschichte der literarischen Vermittlung von Recht, Religion und Politik durch die Mosegestalt, Hamburg: Joachim Jungius-Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften, 2001. [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Die Tora in der Rechtsgeschichte Israels. Rezensionsartikel zu F. Crüsemann, Die Tora, München, 1992," Theologische Literaturzeitung 118 (1993), 903–910. [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Die Tora in Max Webers Studien zum Antiken Judentum: Grundlagen für einen religions- und rechtshistorischen Neuansatz in der Interpretation des biblischen Rechts," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 7 (2001), 1–188. [History of Jewish Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Die Ursprünge der Bundestheologie im Alten Testament und im Alten Orient," in Eckart Otto, ed., Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 4 (1998), 1–84, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1998. [Covenant]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Erstlingsopfer," in Lexikon für Theologie und Kirche, 3:835–886, 1995. [Ritual Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Exkarnation ins Recht und Kanonsbildung in der Hebräischen Bibel. Zu einem Vorschlag von Jan Assmann," in Eckart Otto, ed., Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 5 (1999), 99–110, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1999. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "False Weights in the Scales of Biblical Justice? Different Views of Women from Patriarchal Hierarchy to Religious Equality in the Book of Deuteronomy," in Victor H. Matthews, Bernard M. Levinson, and Tikva Frymer-Kensky, eds., Gender and Law in the Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East, 128–146, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1998 (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series 262). [Women]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Forschungsgeschichte der Entwürfe einer Ethik im Alten Testament," Verkündigung und Forschung 36 (1991), 3–37. [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Gabes historische und fiktive Aaroniden im Alten Testament?" Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 7 (2001), 403–414. [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Gerechtigkeit und Erbarmen im Recht des Alten Testaments und seiner christlichen Rezeption," in ders., Kontinuum und Proprium. Studien zur Sozial- und Rechtsgeschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments, 242–357, Wiesbaden, 1996 (Orientalia Biblica et Christiana 8). [Social Protection]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Gesetzesfortschreibung und Pentateuchredaktion," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 107 (1995), 373–392. [Biblical Law] [History of Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Gewaltvermeidung und -überwindung in Recht und Religion Israels: Rechtshistorische und theologische Anmerkungen eines Alttestamentlers zu Raymond Schwagers Entwurf einer biblischen Erlösungslehre," in J. Niewiadomski and W. Palaver, eds., Dramatische Erlösungslehre—ein Symposion, 97–117, Innsbruck: Tyrolia Verlag, 1992 (Innsbrucker theologische Studien 38); reprinted in Kontinuum und Proprium. Studien zur Sozial- und Rechtsgeschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments, 246–264, Wiesbaden, 1996 (Orientalia Biblica et Christiana 8). [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Homosexualität im Alten Orient und im Alten Testament," in ders., Kontinuum und Proprium. Studien zur Sozial- und Rechtsgeschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments, 322–330, Wiesbaden, 1996 (Orientalia Biblica et Christiana 8). [Sexual Offences]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Human Rights: The Influence of the Hebrew Bible," Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 25, no. 1 (1999) 1–20. [Influence of Jewish Law] [Social Protection]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Innerbiblische Exegese im Heiligkeitsgesetz Levitikus 17–26," in Heinz-Josef Fabry and Hans-Winfried Jungling, eds., Levitikus als Buch, 125–196, Berlin: Philo, 1999 (Bonner Biblische Beiträge 119). [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Interdependenzen zwischen Geschichte und Rechtsgeschichte des antiken Israel," Rechtshistorisches Journal 7 (1988), 347–368; reprinted in Kontinuum und Proprium. Studien zur Sozial- und Rechtsgeschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments, 75–93, Wiesbaden, 1996 (Orientalia Biblica et Christiana 8). [History of Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Kodifizierung und Kanonisierung von Rechtssätzen in Keilschriftlichen und Biblischen Rechtssammlungen," offprint from Edmond Lévy, ed., La Codification des lois dan lAntiquité: Actes du Colloque de Strasbourg 27–29 Novembre 1997, 77–124, Paris: de Boccard, 2000. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Körperverletzung im hethitischen und israelitischen Recht. Rechts- und religionshistorische Aspekte," in Bernd Janowski, Klaus Koch, and Gernot Wilhelm, eds., Religionsgeschichtliche Beziehungen zwischen Kleinasien, Nordsyrien und dem Alten Testament: Internationales Symposion, Hamburg 17–21 März 1990, 391–425, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 1993 (Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis 129); reprinted in Kontinuum und Proprium. Studien zur Sozial- und Rechtsgeschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments, 192–223, Wiesbaden, 1996 (Orientalia Biblica et Christiana 8). [Torts]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Körperverletzung oder Verletzung von Besitzrechten? Zur Redaktion von Exodus 22:15f. im Bundesbuch und 55–56 im Mittelassyrischen Kodex der Tafel A," Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 105 (1993), 153–165. [Abortion] [Torts]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Körperverletzungen in den Keilschriftrechten und im Alten Testament," Studien zum Rechtstransfer im Alten Orient, Alter Orient und Altes Testament 226, Kevelaer/Neukirchen-Vluyn, 1991. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Torts]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Kritik der Pentateuchkomposition," Theologische Rundschau 60, no. 2 (1995), 163–191. [Biblical Law] [New Testament—Jesus and the Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Monothreismus im Deuteronomium oder wieviel Aufklärung es in der Alttestamentlichen Wissenschaft geben soll," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 9 (2003), 251–257. [Biblical Law] [Law and Religion]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Mose der Schreiber. Zu poetics und genetics in der Deuteronomiumsanalyse anhand eines Buches von Jean-Pierre Sonnet," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 6 (2000), 320–329. [Biblical Law] [Literary Form]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Neue Aspekte zum keilschriftlichen Prozessrecht in Babylonien und Assyrien," in Eckart Otto, ed., Zeitshrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 4 (1998), 263–283, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1998. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Comparative Studies—Assyrian] [Courts]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Programme der sozialen Gerechtigkeit: Die Neuassyrische (an-)durāru Institution sozialen Ausgleichs und das deuteronomische Erlassjahr in Deuteronomy 15," in Eckart Otto, ed., Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 3 (1997), 26–63, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1997. [Comparative Studies—Aramaic] [Social Protection]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Recht und Ethik im Alten Testament: Neue Studien zur Ethik des Alten Testaments," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 9 (2003), 210–219. [Law and Religion] [Social Protection]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Recht und Gerechtigkeit. Die kulturhistorische Bedeutung alttestamentlicher Rechtsbegründungen für eine wertplurale Moderne," in F. Hahn and others, eds., Zion—Ort der Begegnung. Festschrift für Laurentius Klein OSB, 63–83, Frankfurt/M., 1993 (Bonner Biblische Beiträge 90). [Interpretation]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Rechtsgeschichte der Redaktionen im Kodex Eshnunna und im ‘Bundesbuch,’" Eine redaktionsgeschichtliche und rechtvergleichende Studie zu altbabylonischen und altisraelitischen Rechtsüberlieferungen, Göttingen: Vandenhoech and Ruprecht, 1989 (Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis 85). [Comparative Studies—Eshnunna]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Rechtshermeneutik in der Hebräischen Bibel: Die innerbiblischen Ursprünge halachischer Bibelauslegung," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 5 (1999), 75–98. [Legal Reasoning]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Rechtshistorische Entwicklung des Depositenrechts in altorientalischen und altisraelitischen Rechtskorpora," Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte 105 (1988), 1–31. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Rechtsreformen in Deuteronomium 12–26 und im mittelassyrischen Kodex der Tafel A," in John A. Emerton, ed., Congress Volume, Paris 1992, 239–273, Leiden: Brill, 1995. [Comparative Studies—Assyrian]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Response: Of Aims and Methods in Old Testament Ethics," in D.A. Knight, ed., Ethics and Politics in the Hebrew Bible, 161–172, Atlanta, 1995 (Semeia 66). [Biblical Law] [Methodology in Jewish Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Semiotik des biblischen Rechts," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 9 (2003), 220–237. [Biblical Law] [Interpretation]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Sohnespflichten im antiken Syrien und Palästina," in ders., Kontinuum und Proprium. Studien zur Sozial- und Rechtsgeschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments, 265–284, Wiesbaden, 1996 (Orientalia Biblica et Christiana 8). [Parent and Child]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Sozial- und rechtshistorische Aspekte in der Ausdifferenzierung eines altisraelitischen Ethos aus dem Recht," Osnabrücker Hochschulschriften. Schriftenreihe des FB 3, 9 (1987), 135–161; reprinted in Kontinuum und Proprium. Studien zur Sozial- und Rechtsgeschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments, 94–111, Wiesbaden, 1996 (Orientalia Biblica et Christiana 8). [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Soziale Verantwortung und Reinheit des Landes. Zur Redaktion der kasuistischen Rechtssätze in Deuteronomium 19–25," in Rüdiger Liwak and Siegfried Wagner, eds., Prophetie und geschichtliche Wirklichkeit im alten Israel. Festschrift für Siegfried Herrmann zum 65 Geburtstag, 290–306, Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1991; reprinted in Kontinuum und Proprium. Studien zur Sozial- und Rechtsgeschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments, 123–138, Wiesbaden, 1996 (Orientalia Biblica et Christiana 8). [Biblical Law] [Social Protection]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Stellung der Frau in den ältesten Rechtstexten des Alten Testament (Ex 20:14; 22:15f) wider die hermeneutische Naivität im Umgang mit dem Alten Testament," Zeitschrift für Evangelische Ethik 26 (July1982), 279–305; reprinted in Kontinuum und Proprium. Studien zur Sozial- und Rechtsgeschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments, 30–48, Wiesbaden, 1996 (Orientalia Biblica et Christiana 8). [Women]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Techniken der Rechtssatzredaktion israelitischer Rechtsbücher in der Redaktion des Prophetenbuches Micha," Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament 2 (1991), 119–150. [Law and the Prophets]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Tendenzen der Geschichte des Rechts in der Hebräischen Bibel," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 9 (2003), 1–55. [Animals] [Courts] [Damages] [History of Biblical Law] [Husband and Wife]
  • Otto, Eckart, "The Pre-exilic Deuteronomy as a Revision of the Covenant Code," paper presented at the Biblical Law Section of the Society for Biblical Literature, 1993; in Kontinuum und Proprium. Studien zur Sozial- und Rechtsgeschichte im Alten Orient und des Alten Testament, 112–122, Wiesbaden, 1996 (Orientalia Biblica et Christiana 8). [Biblical Law] [Covenant] [Damages] [History of Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, Theologische Ethik des Alten Testaments, Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1994. [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Town and Rural Countryside in Ancient Israelite Law: Reception and Redaction in Cuneiform and Israelite Law," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 57 (1993), 3–22. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Treueid und Gesetz. Die Ursprünge des Deuteronomiums im Horizont des neuassyrischen Vertragsrechts," in Eckart Otto, ed., Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 2 (1996), 1–52, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1996. [Oath]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Um Gerechtigkeit im Land Sichtbar Werden zu Lassen . . . : Zur Vermittlung von Recht und Gerechtigkeit im Alten Orient, in der Hebräischen Bibel und in der Moderne," in Joachim Mehlhausen, ed., Recht Macht Gerechtigkeit, 107–146, Gütersloh: Kaiser, 1999. [Legal Education]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Vom Bundesbuch zum Deuteronomium. Die deuteronomische Redaktion in Deuteronomy 12–26," in Georg Braulik, Walter Groß, and Sean E. McEvenue, eds., Biblische Theologie und gesellschaftlicher Wandel. Festschrift für Norbert Lohfink, 260–278, Freiburg: Herder, 1993. [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Vom Profanrecht zum Gottesrecht: Das Bundesbuch. Rezensionsartikel zu L. Schwienhorst-Schönberger, ‘Das Bundesbuch (Exodus 20:22, 23:33). Studien zu seiner Entstehung und Theologie’, BZAW 188 (1990)," Theologische Rundschau 56 (1991), 412–427. [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Vom Rechtsbruch zur Sünde. Priesterliche Interpretationen des Rechts," Jahrbuch für Biblische Theologie 9 (1994–1995), 25–52. [Law and Religion]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Von der Gerichtsordnung zum Verfassungsentwurf. Deuteronomische Gestaltung und deuteronomistische Interpretation im ‘Ämtergesetz’ Deteuronomy 16:18,18:22," in I. Kottsieper and others, eds., "Wer ist wie du, Herr, unter den Göttern?" Studien zur Theologie und Religionsgeschichte Israels für Otto Kaiser zum 70, 142–155, Geburtstag: Göttingen, 1994. [Courts] [Procedure]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Von der Programmschrift einer Rechtsreform zum Verfassungsentwurf des Neuen Israel: Die Stellung des Deuteronomiums in der Rechtsgeschichte Israels," in Georg Braulik, ed., Bundesdokument und Gesetz: Studien zum Deuteronomium, 93–104, Freiburg: Herder, 1995 (Herder’s Biblical Studies 4). [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, Wandel der Rechtsbegründungen in der Gesellschaftsgeschichte des antiken Israel. Eine Rechtsgeschichte des "Bundesbuches" Exodus 20:22 - 23:13, Leiden: Brill, 1988 (Studia Biblica 3). [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Wiederabdruck," in J.W. Rogerson, ed., The Pentateuch. A Sheffield Reader, Sheffield, 1996 (Biblical Seminar 39). [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Wirtschaftsethik im Alten Testament," Informationes Theologiae Europae. Internationales Ökumenisches Jahrbuch 3 (1994), 279–289. [Commercial]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Zivile Funktionen des Stadttores in Palästina und Mesopotamien," in Manfred Görg, ed., Studien zu Geschichte, Kultur, und Religion Ägyptens und des Alten Testaments, 30:188–197, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1995. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Zum Geleit," Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 1 (1995), 5–6. [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Zur Geschichte des Talion im Alten Orient und Israel," in Dwight R. Daniels, Uwe Glessmer and Martin Rösel, eds., Ernten, was man sät: Festschrift für Klaus Koch Zu Seinem 65 Geburtstag, 101–130, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener, 1991. [Talion]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Zur Kompositionsgeschichte des Alttestamentlichen ‘Bundesbuches’ Exodus 20:22b-23:33 (Rezensionsartikel)," Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde des Morgenlandes 83 (1993), 149–165. [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Zur Stellung der Frau in den ältesten Rechtstexten des Alten Testaments (Exodus 20,14; 22:15f.): Wider die hermeneutische Naivität im Umgang mit dem Alten Testament," Zeitschrift für die Evangelische Ethik 26 (1982), 279–305; reprinted in Kontinuum und Proprium: Studien zur Sozial- und Rechtstgeschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments, 30–48, Wiesbaden, 1996 (Orientalia Biblica et Christiana 8). [Status—Women] [Women]
  • Otto, Eckart, "Zwischen Strafvernichtung und Toleranz," Veröff 86 (1998), 9–44. [Penalities]
  • Otto, Eckart, review of Å. Viberg, Symbols of Law. A Contextual Analysis of Legal Symbolic Acts in the Old Testament, Theologische Literaturzeitung 118 (1993), 506–509. [Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, review of Anne Fitzpatrick-McKinley, The Transformation of Torah from Scribal Advice to Law, Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 5 (1999), 310–318. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, review of B. Halpern and D.W. Hobson, eds., Law and Ideology in Monarchic Israel, Theologische Literaturzeitung 117 (1992), 827–830. [History of Biblical Law]
  • Otto, Eckart, review of B.M. Levinson, Deuteronomy and the Hermeneutics of Legal Innovation, Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 5 (1999), 329–338. [History of Biblical Law] [Interpretation] [Legal Reasoning]
  • Otto, Eckart, review of C. Locher, Die Ehre einer Frau in Israel. Exegetische und rechtsvergleichende Studien zu Deuteronomium 22,13–21, Welt des Orients 20, no. 21 (1989–1990), 308–311. [Marriage]
  • Otto, Eckart, review of C.M. Carmichael, The Origins of Biblical Law. The Decalogues and the Book of Covenant, Theologische Literaturzeitung 118 (1993), 1024–1026. [Biblical Law] [Decalogue]
  • Otto, Eckart, review of C. Pressler, The View of Women Found in the Deuteronomic Family Laws, Theologische Literaturzeitung 119 (1994), 983–986. [Women]
  • Otto, Eckart, review of Calum M. Carmichael, Law, Legend, and Incest in the Bible. Leviticus 18–20, Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 4 (1998), 284–287. [Biblical Law] [Sexual Offences]
  • Otto, Eckart, review of E.C. Stone and D.I. Owen, Adoption in Old Babylonian Nippur and the Archive of Mannum-mesu-lissur, Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 85 (1995), 163–165. [Adoption] [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Otto, Eckart, review of Erich Neu, Das hurritische Epos der Freilassung I. Untersuchungen zu einem hurritisch-hethitishen Textensemble aus Hattusa, Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte 4 (1998), 290–295. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other]
  • Otto, Eckart, review of G. Brin, Studies in Biblical Law. From the Hebrew Bible to the Dead Sea Scrolls, Theologische Literaturzeitung 120 (1995), 324–327. [History of Biblical Law] [Qumran]
  • Otto, Eckart, review of G.C. Chirichigno, Debt-Slavery in Israel and the Ancient Near East, JSOT Supp. 141 (1993), Biblica 76, no. 2 (1995), 254–261. [Comparative Studies—Akkadian and other] [Debt] [Slavery]
  • Otto, Eckart, review of Georg Braulik, Die deuteronomischen Gesetze und der Dekalog: Studien zum Aufbau von Deuteronomium 12–26, SBS 145, Stuttgart (1991), Theologische Literaturzeitung 119, no. 1 (1994), 15