Vol 23, No 1 (2014)

Table of Contents

Back Isssues

THE AFRICAN WIFE OF SOLOMON (1 KINGS 3:1; 9:16; 7:8; 11:1)
David Tuesday Adamo 1 –20
THE PRESENT-FUTURE IN AMORITE
Alexander Andrason, Juan-Pablo Vita 21 –36
DANIEL 3, CONTESTING SPACE FOR CLASHING IMAGES
Joseph Jacobus de Bruyn 37 –52
THE MUSNAD OF AHMAD IBN HANBAL: A HUJJAH OR NOT?
Irshad Sedick, Farid Esack 53 –70
LEVITICUS 11, DEUTERONOMY 14 AND DIRECTIONALITY
Esias E. Meyer 71 –89
DENTISTS AND DENTISTRY IN ANCIENT EGYPT
Casper Greeff 90 –113
ECOLOGICAL INTERPRETATIONS OF THE JONAH NARRATIVE – HAVE THEY SUCCEEDED IN OVERCOMING ANTHROPOCENTRISM?
Willie Van Heerden 114 –13
IS IT AMBER OR METAL?
Annette Evans 135 –147
DENTAL DISEASES AND OTHER INSULTS TO TEETH IN ANCIENT EGYPT
Casper Greeff 148 –171
THE PLAUSIBILITY OF PROVERBS 31 AS FINAL PARENTAL (MOTHERLY) INSTRUCTION
Sampson S. Ndoga 172 –194
CONTRACTUAL MAINTENANCE SUPPORT OF A PRIESTESS-SISTER IN THREE OLD BABYLONIAN SIPPAR DIVISION AGREEMENTS
Susandra J. van Wyk 195 –236
REREADING CIRCUMCISION AS AN IDENTITY MARKER (GN 17:9-14): CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVES ON MALE GENITAL MUTILATION AMONGST XHOSA COMMUNITIES IN SOUTH AFRICA
Temba T. Rugwiji 237 –263
A PHILOSOPHICAL PERSPECTIVE ON GENERIC אלהים IN THE HEBREW BIBLE IN RELATION TO THE CLASSICAL THEORY OF CONCEPTS
Jaco Gericke 264 –277

Book Review

THE LIVES OF ORDINARY PEOPLE IN ANCIENT ISRAEL: WHERE ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE BIBLE INTERSECT
S I Cronjé 278 –279
TRANSLATING SCRIPTURE FOR SOUND AND PERFORMANCE: NEW DIRECTIONS IN BIBLICAL STUDIES
Jacobus A Naudé 279 –284
THE HEBREW BIBLE AND PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION
G Bothma 284 –286