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    Instructions For Contributors

    Purpose of theJournal of the Evangelical Theological Society

    The purpose of theJournal of the Evangelical Theological Society is to fosterconservative Biblical scholarship by providing a medium for the written expression ofthought and research in the general field of the theological disciplines as centered in theScriptures.

    1. General Information

    1.1 All articles submitted for publication are expected to conform to therequirements set forth here. If they depart from these in major ways, the MS may bereturned to the author for corrections before it is considered for publication. A MS should

    be submitted in duplicate hard copy in what the author intends as its final form. Articleswill not be returned to the author. Electronic submissions are not accepted. Only onearticle may be submitted at a time. Please spell-check your MS before submitting it.

    1.2 A statement certifying that the article is not being submitted simultaneously tosome other journal should accompany the MS. Articles that have appeared or are toappear elsewhere, whether in English or in another language, should not be submitted.

    1.3 Save for the specific instructions given below, the directives of The ChicagoManual of Style: Fourteenth Edition, Revised and Expanded (Chicago: University ofChicago Press, 1993) andMerriam-Websters Collegiate Dictionary (10th ed.;Springfield, MA: Merriam-Webster, 1993) are to be followed, supplemented by Websters

    Third New International Dictionary of the English Language, Unabridged (Springfield,MA: G. and C. Merriam, 1967). The American style of spelling is to be used. When thereis more than one way of spelling a word, the first one listed is preferred. If the Collegiatedisagrees with the Third International, the Collegiates spelling is preferred. On mattersnot dealt with below, consult The SBL Handbook of Style (ed. P. H. Alexander et al.;Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1999).

    1.4 Once an article has been accepted for publication, the author is to makeappropriate revisions pertaining to style and/or substance and to provide the editor withhis final submission in hard copy as well as on computer disk (indicating software and, ifapplicable, Hebrew and/or Greek fonts used).

    1.5 Special additional instructions for the preparation of book reviews aresupplied by the appropriate editor when a book is assigned for review.

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    2. Form of the Manuscript

    2.1 The name and address of the author should not appear on the MS itself, butonly on a detachable cover sheet.

    2.2 Whether an original (preferable) or a photocopy of the MS is submitted, itshould be clear and legible. Submission of dot-matrix printouts is strongly discouraged.

    2.3 Pages should be typed or printed on one side only, on white paper of goodquality and of standard size. Legal-size paper is not to be used.

    2.4 All lines are to be double-spaced, including those of footnotes and indentedquotations. There should be no single spacing or one-and-a-half spacing. Margins of atleast ! in. are to be left on all edges of the paper.

    2.5 Italic type is to be used for foreign words, transliterations, and titles of booksand periodicals. Italics for emphasis are to be used sparingly.

    2.6 Special material (e.g. lists, tables, charts, diagrams) should be produced onsheets separate from the main text. However, the location of such material in the maintext should be indicated clearly (e.g. insert here chart 1). Charts and tabular material ofa complex nature may be submitted camera-ready.

    2.7 There are two levels of headings: the first level using Roman numerals, allcapital letters, and centered; the second level indented, using Arabic numbers, with theheading (but not the Arabic number) italicized. If a third level is required, the format forthe second level is to be used, except that a small letter replaces the Arabic number.Example:


    1.Remembering as divine initiative.

    a. God remembers his covenants.

    2.8 Overcapitalization is to be avoided. Do not capitalize the following words:apostle, book (e.g. book of Acts), covenant (e.g. new covenant), creation, cross, epistle(except when part of title), exodus (except for the book of Exodus), evangelical, (the) fall,heaven, hell, incarnation, kingdom, rapture, and references to deity by way of personalpronouns (he or his rather than He or His). Always capitalize Bible, Biblical,Scripture, Scriptural, all words beginning with Christ-, Church when referring to theuniversal Church, Pentecostal, Protestant, Roman Catholic, Synoptics, Synoptic Gospels.It is the Church fathers or the Fathers. The gospel is the good news of salvation inChrist; the Gospels are the written documents (e.g. Gospel of John). Write the Lordsprayer, the Lords supper, Sermon on the Mount.

    2.9 Whenever possible, avoid colloquialisms and contractions. A space shouldalways be left between initials: J. Q. Doe (not J.Q. Doe). End-of-line hyphens should beavoided, unless the hyphen is part of the spelling of compound nouns (e.g. life-style),

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    compound adjectives (e.g. up-to-date study), or compound expressions (e.g. Luke-Acts).Use a hyphen if used attributively (e.g. a well-researched paper) but not if usedpredicatively (the paper was well researched). Prefixes like a, ante, anti, inter,non, post, and pre need no hyphen. Add s for possessives in the singular (exceptJesus, Moses), apostrophe in the plural (e.g. their wives relatives).

    2.10 In a series consisting of three or more elements, the elements are separatedby commas, including before the final and. No comma should be placed after e.g.(example: e.g. the book of Romans), i.e. (example: i.e. the apostle John), and viz. Use (1),etc. rather than first, etc. when a series is in view.

    2.11 Distinguish between hyphens (e.g. first-century author), en dashes (e.g. John1:118; 19601970), and em dashes (e.g. Then you will be able to test and approve whatGods will ishis good, pleasing, and perfect will). Note that there is no space on eitherside of a hyphen, en dash, or em dash.

    3. Quotations

    3.1 Quotations of five or more lines in any language will be printed as a separateindented paragraph and in smaller type than that used in the body of the article, andwithout opening and closing quotation marks. Such quotations should be double-spacedin the MS, indented, and marked with the marginal note smaller type.

    3.2 Respect for accuracy in verbatim quotations demands that the spelling,capitalization, punctuation, and abbreviations of the original be reproduced exactly, evenif they differ from the style of this journal. Should the quotation contain an error, this maybe indicated by [sic] or [?], at the authors discretion.

    3.3 Put commas and periods inside quotation marks, put colons, semicolons,dashes, parentheses outside quotation marks.

    4. Citations of Ancient Texts

    4.1 Titles of Biblical books are not to be italicized. The abbreviations for them(given below) are to be used (without punctuation), but only when chapter and versereferences follow. Thus, Gen 1:2; Exod 3:4, 6, 8; 13:9-14:4; but in Romans 8 onereads. . . .

    4.2 The colon should also be used in referring to intertestamental literature andthe Mishnah (e.g.Jub. 14:4; 1QS 9:11; m. Sank. 2:4). Abbreviations for titles of these andother ancient texts are given below.

    4.3 In references to Philo and to classical and patristic literature, the currentEnglish or Latin titles are to be used (italicized and abbreviated, if possible), followed byappropriate book, chapter, and paragraph numbers (where available). Thus, Homer /;.24.200; EusebiusHist. eccl. 3.3.2; 4.15.3-5. For Josephus, the following form is to be

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    used:J.W. 2.160 (abbreviations:Ant., Ap., J.W., Life). For Philo, use the Latinabbreviations of the Loeb Classical Library series (LCL).

    4.4 Ordinarily, citations of ancient literature (analogous to Scripture references)should be included in the text itself, enclosed in parentheses. A footnote may be used forthem when they are numerous in a given instance.

    5. Footnotes

    5.1 Footnotes should be numbered consecutively, double-spaced, and gatheredtogether at the end of the article. No period is to be placed after the number at thebeginning of the footnote.

    5.2 A raised arabic numeral (without punctuation or parentheses) should followthe appropriate word in the text (and its punctuation, if any) to call attention to the note.Insofar as is possible, footnotes should occur at the end of the sentence.

    5.3 Multiple footnotes within one sentence should be avoided. For example, whenseveral names occur in one sentence and a bibliographical reference is to be given foreach, only one footnote should be used (not a separate footnote for each name). Thisshould be placed at the end of the sentence and should include the pertinent reference foreach name.

    5.4 When a footnote comments on some issue and includes a bibliographicalreference within a sentence, the reference should be set entirely within parentheses, notcommas, and if possible at the end of the sentence. Example: E. Randolph Richards

    argues that the formula!"#$%&'#was used solely to identify the letter-carrier, neverthe secretary (Silvanus Was Not Peters Secretary,JETS 43 [2000J 426).

    6. Bibliographical References

    6.1 The information given inside parentheses in a note ought to be listed in thefollowing order: editor; translator; number of volumes; edition; series; city; publisher;date. The publisher and place of publication must be included in the first notice of awork. Subsequent references should use the authors last name and an abbreviated formof the title plus the appropriate page numbers. Names of states and provinces should beabbreviated with the appropriate two capital letters.

    6.2 In the case of reprinted volumes the date of the original publication ispreferred (but the author may add, e.g.: reprinted, New York: Ktav, 1970). If there is needto indicate a foreign original (which is normally not the case), this form is to be used:German original, Munich: Kaiser, 1970. The title of a series is put within the parentheses.

    6.3 Bibliographical data should be presented as compactly as possible.Conventional abbreviations of periodicals, reference works, and serials are to be used(see section 16 below). Commas and such abbreviations as pp. and cols. are to be

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    avoided. Ordinarily, words like series, Press, and Verlag are omitted, as are thenames of translators. (Exceptions: Press is to be used for university presses; alsoScholars Press; but Brill, Mohr-Siebeck, etc.)

    6.4 Examples:1

    James D. G. Dunn, The Theology of Paul the Apostle (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1998)128-61.2F.-M. Abel,Histoire de la Palestine depuis la conqute dAlexandre jusqu Iinuasion

    arabe(Ebib; Paris: Gabalda, 1952) 2.105-29.3Hans Walter Wolff,Dodekapropheten 1: Hosea (BKAT 14/1; 2d ed.; Neukirchen-Vluyn:

    Neukirchener, 1965) xiv-xvii.4Eduard Lohse, ()*+,-./+0, TDNT 6.44-53.5Duane Warden, The Rich and Poor in James: Implications for Institutionalized

    Partiality,JETS 43 (2000) 247-57, esp. p. 254 n. 34.6Gerhard von Rad, Old Testament Theology (2 vols.; New York: Harper & Row,

    1962-65) 1.100-104, 107-8.7Nils A. Dahl, Eschatologie und Geschichte im Lichte der Qumrantexte, inZeit und

    Geschichte: Dankesgabe an Rudolf Bultmann zum 80. Geburtstag (ed. Erich Dinkier; Tbingen:Mohr-Siebeck, 1964) 3-18.

    8Robert Prescott-Ezickson, The Sending Motif in the Gospel of John: Implications forTheology of Mission (Ph.D. diss., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1986) 78-80.

    9Irina Levinskaya, The Book of Acts in Its First-century Setting, vol. 5: The Book of Actsin Its Diaspora Setting (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1996) 101-3.

    10Anonymous, Postmodernism,

    7. Hebrew, Greek, etc.

    7.1 Ordinarily, Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greekwhether a block of material isquoted or just a word or phraseshould not be transliterated, but given in the propercharacters. Ultimately, however, this is left to the discretion of the author. In cases wheretransliteration seems appropriate, the systems specified in 7.24 below should be used.Whether or not one transliterates, an English translation should normally accompany atleast the first occurrence of any Hebrew, Aramaic, or Greek word. All transliterationsshould be in italics.

    Greek, Hebrew and Transliteration fonts must be typed with Unicode fonts. Use

    one of the following free fonts: SBL Greek, SBL Hebrew, Galaxie Unicode Greek andHebrew should be used for Greek and Hebrew. Charis SIL for Transliteration.

    7.2 Transliteration of Hebrew.

    Consonants: !b g d h w z "#y k l m n s $p %q r &'t. (!alephand $ayinshould bewritten in with a pen, if the raised semicircle is not available on the word processor. Do

    not use for !alephor raised cfor $ayin.)

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    Note: The spirant form of b g d k p t is normally not indicated. If absolutely

    necessary, use underlined (g)*+p),. D-ge'forteis shown by doubling the consonant

    (e.g. hammelek).Normally, mappiqis not indicated.

    Vowels: a(pata"), -(q-me%), .(final q-me%h/), e(s0g1l), /(%/r), (final and

    medial %/ry1dand medial s0g1ly1d), i(short h23reqdefectively written), (medial orfinal "ireqy1d), o(q-me%"-tp), 1("1lemdefectively written), ("1lemfully written), u

    (short qibb%), 4(long qibb%defectively written), (s5req). Other final vowels are to be

    written with the appropriate vowel sign followed by h/(or !aleph) or materlectionis(e.g.

    S50l1m1h,yigleh, q-r-![but q-r], hinn/h, ss-yw). Furtivepata"is to be recorded as

    pata"(e.g. ra"). Reduced vowels are to be written with the breve: 6, 0, 7. (No distinction

    is made between simple s50wand "-#/p s0g1l.) Short vowels fully written should be

    shown as o(w), u(w), i(y), e.g. b0qu(w)'t-!. Accents are usually not indicated. Ifabsolutely needed, the acute is to be used for the primary and the grave for the secondary

    accent. A hyphen is to be used for maqq/p.7.3 Transliteration of Aramaic. The system described above for Hebrew is to be

    followed, even though %/rand "1lemare frequently not markers of long vowels inAramaic.

    7.4 Transliteration of Greek. This to be used for 1,phfor $, chfor 2,psfor3,/

    (not ) for,,1(not ) for %, hfor the rough breathing mark, andyfor 4, except when it

    is part of a diphthong (e.g. au, eu, ui).

    8. Abbreviations: General

    8.1 The following abbreviations may be used, with no punctuation:

    8.2 The following may also be used, always followed by a period:

    8.3 The following abbreviations of Bible translations are to be used:


    Dead Sea ScrollsGreekHebrew BibleHebrewSeptuagintMasoretic text


    New TestamentOld GreekOld LatinOld TestamentVulgateVetus Latina





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    8.4 With the following, periods are not to be used: BCE, BC, CE, AD, MS(S). Notethat ADprecedes the date and BC follows it (e.g. 44 BCbut AD 70).

    8.5 Other usual abbreviations may be used (see the lists in Chicago Manual ofStyle, 14.32-33, 35). However, instead of op. cit., loc. cit., and art. cit., a shortened title(but not an acronym) is to be used, once the full bibliographical information has beengiven. Also, the use off. and ff. for following pages or verses is to be avoided; theproper page or verse numbers should be cited. Similarly, ad loc. is to be avoided in favorof citing the proper page numbers in commentaries.

    9. Abbreviations of the Names of Biblical Books (with the Apocrypha)






    Authorized Standard VersionDas Alte Testament DeutschAuthorized VersionContemporary English Version

    Echter BibelEnglish Standard VersionHolman Christian StandardBible

    International Standard Version

    King James VersionLiving Bible

    New American BibleNew American Standard Bible






    New Century BibleNew English BibleNeue Echter BibelNew International VersionNew King James VersionNew Living TranslationNew Revised StandardVersion

    Das Neue TestamentDeutschRevised English BibleRegensburger NeuesTestament

    Revised Standard Version

    Revised VersionTodays English Version




    Eccl (or Qoh)LamEsthDanEzraNeh1-2 Chr

    Judg1-2 Sam1-2 KgsJdtEp Jer

    1-2-3-4 MacePr AzarPrManSirSusTobWis

    IsaJerEzek1-2 CorGal

    EphPhilCol1-2 Thess1-2 TimTitusPhlm

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    10. Abbreviations of the Names of Pseudepigraphical and Early

    Patristic Books

    HagZechMaiPs (pi.: Pss)Job


    1-2-3-4 KgdmsAdd EsthBarBel1-2 Esdr

    4 Ezra



    HebJas1-2 Pet1-2-3 JohnJude


    Adam andEve1-3 Apoc.Bar,Apoc. MosAs. Mos.

    1-2-3 Enoch

    Ep. Arist.Jos. Asen.Jub.Mart. Isa.Odes Sol.Pss. Sol.

    Sib. Or.T. 12 Patr.

    T. LeviT. Benj.Acts Pil.Apoc. Pet.Gos. Eb.Gos. Eg.Gos. Heb.Gos. Naass.Gos. Pet.Gos. Thorn.Prot. Jas.

    Books of Adam and Eve

    Syriac, Greek Apocalypse ofBaruchApocalypse of MosesAssumption of Moses

    Ethiopic, Slavonic, HebrewEnochEpistle of AristeasJoseph and AsenethJubileesMartyrdom of IsaiahOdes of SolomonPsalms of Solomon

    Sibylline OraclesTestaments of the TwelvePatriarchs

    Testament of LeviTestament of Benjamin, etc.Acts of PilateApocalypse of PeterGospel of the EbionitesGospel of the EgyptiansGospel of the HebrewsGospel of the NaassenesGospel of PeterGospel of ThomasProtevangelium of James


    1-2 Clem.Did.Diogn.Herm.Man.Herm. Sim.

    Herm. Vis.Ign. Eph.

    Ign. Mgn.

    Ign. Phld.

    Ign. Pol.

    Ign. Rom.

    Ign.Smyrn.Ign. Trail.

    Mart. Pol.Pol. Phil.

    Bib Ant.


    1-2 ClementDidacheDiognetusHermas, Mandate(s)

    Hermas, Similitude(s)

    Hermas, Vision(s)Ignatius, Letter to theEphesiansIgnatius, Letter to theMagnesiansIgnatius, Letter to the

    PhiladelphiansIgnatius, Letter toPolycarpIgnatius, Letter to theRomans

    Ignatius, Letter to theSmyrnaeansIgnatius, Letter to theTralliansMartyrdom of PolycarpPolycarp, Letter to thePhilippiansPs.-Philo, BiblicalAntiquities

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    11. Abbreviations of Names of Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Texts

    11.1 In referring to these texts, the name of the site in the Judean desert is given,abbreviated according to the list below. The different caves at each site are denoted withsequential numbers, e.g. 1Q, 2Q.

    11.2 There is considerable diversity in nomenclature in actual use for individualdocuments. Some scholars prefer to cite the number of the document, but in addition tothe number, the descriptive name should be given in the initial citation to permit ease of

    identification. Other scholars prefer to use the name or an abbreviation of the name; inthis case it is helpful to include the number of the document in the initial citation to avoidconfusion. The number of the text should not be put in italics or bold type, e.g. 4Q520,3Q15, Murl6.

    The first seven scrolls taken by the Bedouin from Cave 1, as well as the CairoGeniza copy of theDamascus Document, are customarily referred to by name (not bynumber). The standard names and abbreviations are as follows:

    11.3 The names and abbreviations given here for the scrolls follow the official listestablished by the International Committee publishing the texts from the Judean desert.

    For the complete list, see the Companion Volume to the Dead Sea Scrolls MicroficheEdition (ed. E. Tov with the collaboration of S. J. Pfann; rev. ed.; Leiden: Brill, 1995)17-72; an updated version of the list can be found in The Dead Sea Scrolls after FiftyYears: A Comprehensive Assessment (ed. J. C. VanderKam and P. W. Flint; Leiden: Brill,1998).

    11.4 Different copies of the same composition from the same cave are indicatedby the use of raised lowercase letters, e.g. lQHa, lQHb; 4QHa, 4QHb, etc. Different









    Na6al5everdocuments earlier attributed to SeiyalMasadaKhirbet Mird








    Genesis Apocryphon

    Hd-ytaor Thanksgiving Hymnsa

    Pesher HabakkukMil"-m-hor War Scroll

    Serekh ha-Ya"adorRule of the Community (formerly calledManual of Discipline)Isaiaha


    Cairo Genizah copy of theDamascus Document

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    compositions within a certain literary genre are indicated by uppercase letters, e.g. 4Q380Non-Canonical Psalms A, 4Q381Non-Canonical Psalms B.

    In certain cases where a group of fragments assigned a single number are nowidentified as belonging to two or more different compositions, a lowercase letter (notraised) is used to distinguish the compositions, e.g. 4Q215 Testament of Naphtali;4Q215a Time of Righteousness.

    11.5 Some of the most frequently cited texts, examples from various categories,and some of the texts whose names have been changed since their first publication aregiven below. For other texts, consult the lists mentioned in 11.3 above.

















    4QpapParaExod gr4QFlor(MidrEschatc)4QTest4QCatenaa


    4QCatenab(MidrEschatc)4QPrNab ar4QapocrDan ar4QCommGen A


    4Q To6orotA






    Name (and alternative names)Rule of the Congregation(Appendix a to1QS)Rule of the Blessings(Appendix b to 1QS)Copper Scroll

    The Greek Minor Prophets Scroll

    ParaExodusFlorilegium, also Midrash on Eschatologya

    TestimoniaCatenaa, alsoMidrash on Eschatologyb

    Ages of Creation

    Catenab, alsoMidrashonEschataologyc

    Prayer of NabonidusApocryphon of DanielCommentary on Genesis A, formerlyPatriarchalBlessingsorPesherGenesisSerekhDamascusDamascusDocumenta


    Sefer ha-Mil"amah


    Calendrical Document A, formerlyMishmarot AReworked Pentateuchc

    Apocryphon ofJoshuaa, formerlyPsalms ofJoshuaa

    Miq%atMacaseh ha-Toraha

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    11.6 Where a manuscript is substantial, column and line numbers should be givenin arabic numerals, separated by a colon: e.g. IQS 3:12; IQpHab 1:2.

    When there are several fragments and they are numbered separately within awork, the fragment should be in arabic numerals, the column in lowercase romannumerals, and the line in arabic numerals. No colons, periods, or commas are used. Thus,

    1Q27 1 ii 25 means text 27 from Qumran Cave 1, fragment 1, column ii, line 25; 4QpIsac

    4-7 ii 2-4 means the third copy (copy c) of a pesher on Isaiah from Qumran Cave 4,joined fragments 4 to 7, column ii, lines 2 to 4. For an exhaustive list of DSS materials,see Appendix F in The SBL Handbook of Style (ed. Patrick H. Alexander et al.; Peabody,MA: Hendrickson, 1999) 176-233. The above information is taken from ibid., 75-77.

    12. Abbreviations of Targumic Material

    12.1 For the Qumran targums, the system for Qumran literature is to be used(thus: 4QtgLev, 4QtgJob, HQtgJob, followed by column and line numbers). If it isnecessary to specify the Biblical passage, the following form should be used: HQtgJob38:3-4 (= Hebr. 42:10).

    12.2 For other materials, Tg(s). is to be used. Abbreviated titles, as given below,are to be used when followed by chapter and verse numbers of a Biblical book: Tg. Onq.Gen 1:3-4; Tg. Neof. Exod 12:1-2, 5-6; but In Tg. Onqelos we find. . . .







    4QRitPur A4QInstructiond

    Barkhi Nafshia





    4QpapRitPur B4QMessAp4QBeat11QPsa


    11QApPsaHQMelch11QNJ ar11QTa

    Songs of the Sabbath Sacrificea

    Ritual Purity A,formerlyBaptismalLiturgyInstructiond, formerly Sapiental Work AaBarkhi Nafshia

    Ritual of Marriage

    Prieres quotidiennesorDaily PrayersDibre Hammeaorotaor Words of theLuminariesa

    Prires pour les ftesaorFestival PrayersaShirotaor Songs of the Sagea

    Ritual Purity BMessianic ApocalypseBeatitudesPsalms Scrolla

    Targum of Job

    Apocryphal PsalmsaMelchizedekNew JerusalemTemple Scrolla

    Tg. Onq. Targum Onqelos Tg. Neof. Targum Neofiti I

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    13. Abbreviations of Orders and Tractates in Mishnaic and Related


    To distinguish the same-named tractates in the Mishnah, Babylonian Talmud,Jerusalem Talmud, and Tosefta, use (italicized) m., b.,y., or t.before the title of the

    tractate. Thus m. Peak 8.2; b. Shab. 31a;y. Yeb. 8.2; t. Peak 1.4 (Zuck. 18 or Lieb.Zer.41-42 [= page number of Zuckermandels or Liebermans edition of the Tosefta]). Thespelling of the tractates should follow H. L. Strack and G. Stemberger,Introduction to theTalmud and Midrash (2d ed.; Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1996), and should be abbreviatedas follows:

    Tg. Neb.

    Tg. Ket.

    Frg. Tg.

    Sam. Tg.Tg. Isa

    *optional title

    Targum of theProphetsTargum of theWritingsFragmentary Targum

    Samaritan TargumTargum of Isaiah

    Tg. Ps.-J.

    Tg. Yer. I

    Tg. Yer. II

    Yem. Tg.Tg. Esth. I,II

    Targum Pseudo-Jonathan

    Targum Yerusalmi I*

    Targum Yerusalmi II*

    Yemenite TargumFirst or Second Targum ofEsther

    Abod. Zar.AbotArak.B. Bat.

    B. Mes.B. Qam.Bek.Ber.Be!ahBik.Dem.Eduy.Erub.Meg.Meail.Men.Mid.Miq.MoedMoed Q.NashimNaz.

    Abodah ZarahAbotArakhinBaba Batra

    Baba MesiaBaba QammaBekhorotBerakhotBe!ah (=Yom Tob)BikkurimDemaiEduyyotErubinMegillahMeailahMena"otMiddotMiqwaotMoedMoed QatanNashimNazir


    ul.Kel.Ker.Ket.Kil.Maas.Maas. Sh.Mak.Makh.Rosh HaSh.Sanh.Shab.Shebi.Shebu.Sheq.Sot.Suk.Taan.


    ullinKelimKeritotKetubbotKilayimMaaserotMaaser SheniMakkotMakhshirinRosh HaShanahSanhedrinShabbatShebiitShebuotSheqalimSotahSukkahTaanit

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    14. Abbreviations of Other Rabbinic Works





    Tarn.Tern.Ter.Toh.T. Yom


    TamidTemurahTerumotToharotTebul Yom


    Abot R. Nat.Ag. Ber.Bate Midr.

    Bet HaMidr.Der. Er. RabDer. Er. Zut.Mek.

    Mek. R. Shim.


    Midr. Hag.

    Midr. Tann.

    O!ar Midr.

    Pesiq. RPesiq. RabKah.

    Abot de-Rabbi NatanAggadat BereshitWertheimers BateMidrashotJellineks Bet HaMidrashDerekh Ere!RabbahDerekh Ere!ZutaMekhilta de-RabbiYishmaelMekhilta de-Rabbi Shimon

    b. YohaiMidrash (cited with usualabbreviation for biblicalbook; but Midr. Qoh. =Midrash Qohelet)Midrash HaGadol

    Hoffmanns MidrashTannaimEisensteins O!ar

    MidrashimPesiqta RabbatiPesiqta de-Rab Kahana

    Pirqe R. ElRab.

    S. Eli. Rab.S. Eli. Zut.



    S. Olam

    Rab. Tan.

    Tan. B.


    Yal. Sh.

    Yal. Mak.Yal. Reub.

    Pirqe de-Rabbi EliezerRabbah (followingabbreviation forbiblical book. Gen.Rab. = GenesisRabbah)Seder Eliyahu RabbahSeder Eliyahu Zuta



    Seder Olam Rabbah


    Tan"uma, BuberEditionYalqut

    Yalqut Shimoni

    Yalqut ha-MakhiriYalqut ha-Reubeni

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    15. Abbreviations of Nag Hammadi Tractates

    Acts Pet. 12


    AllogenesAp. Jas.Ap. John

    Apoc. Adam1 Apoc. Jas.

    2 Apoc. Jas.

    Apoc. Paul

    Gos. Eg.Gos. Phil.

    Gos. Thorn.

    Gos. TruthGreat Pow.

    Hyp. Arch.Hypsiph.


    On Bap. AOn Bap. BOn Bap. COn Euch. A

    On Euch. BOrig. World

    Acts of Peter and theTwelveApostles

    AllogenesApocryphon of JamesApocryphon of John

    Apocalypse of AdamFirst Apocalypse ofJamesSecond Apocalypse ofJamesApocalypse of Paul

    Gospel of the EgyptiansGospel of Philip

    Gospel of Thomas

    Gospel of TruthConcept of Our GreatPowerHypostasis of the ArchonsHypsiphrone

    Interpretation ofKnowledgeMarsanesMelchizedekThought of Norea

    On Baptism AOn Baptism BOn Baptism COn the Eucharist A

    On the Eucharist BOn the Origin of theWorld

    Apoc. Pet.


    Auth. Teach.Dial. Sav.Disc. 8-9

    Ep. Pet. Phil.


    Exeg. Soul

    Paraph. ShemPr. Paul

    Pr. Thanks.

    Sent. SextusSoph. Jes. Chr.Steles SethTeach. Silv.Testim. Truth

    Thorn. Cont.

    Thund.Treat. Res.

    Treat. Seth

    Tri. Trac.Trim. Prot.

    Val. Exp. AZost.

    Apocalypse of Peter

    Asclepius 21-29

    Authoritative TeachingDialogue of the SaviorDiscourse on theEighth and Ninth

    Letter of Peter toPhilipEugnostos the Blessed

    Exegesis on the Soul

    Paraphrase of ShemPrayer of the ApostlePaulPrayer ofThanksgivingSentences of SextusSophia of Jesus ChristThree Steles of SethTeachings of SilvanusTestimony of Truth

    Book of Thomas the

    ContenderThunder, Perfect MindTreatise onResurrectionSecond Treatise of theGreat SethTripartite TractateTrimorphic

    ProtennoiaValentinian ExpositionZostrianos

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    16. Abbreviations of Commonly Used Periodicals, Reference Works, and


    (Titles not found in this list are to be written out in full. Titles of periodicals andbooks are italicized, but titles of serials are set in roman characters, as are acronyms of

    authors names when they are used as sigla.)






    AAR/SBL Ventures in ReligionActa apostolicae sedisAnnual of the American Schools of Oriental ResearchAnchor BibleD. N. Freedman (ed.),Anchor Bible DictionaryAnchor Bible Reference LibraryAbr-NahrainAncient Christian Commentary on Scripture

    Augsburg Commentaries on the New TestamentActa orientaliaAncient Christian WritersAnnual of the Department of Antiquities of JordanAbhandlungen der deutschen OrientgesellschaftAegyptusArchiv fr OrientforschungArbeiten zur Geschichte des antiken Judentums und desUrchristentumsF. Rosenthal,An Aramaic HandbookW. von Soden,Akkadisches HandworterbuchAnnali dellIstituto Orientale di NapoliAmerican Journal of ArchaeologyAmerican Journal of Arabic StudiesAustralian Journal of Biblical ArchaeologyAnnual of the Japanese Biblical InstituteAmerican Journal of PhilologyAmerican Journal of Semitic Languages and LiteratureAmerican Journal of TheologyAbhandlungen zur Literatur Alt-Syrien-Palastinas undMesopotamiens

    Analecta lovaniensia biblica et orientaliaArbeiten zur Literatur und Geschichte des hellenistischenJudentumsAnnual of Leeds University Oriental SocietyAnalecta biblicaAnalecta BollandianaJ. B. Pritchard (ed.),Ancient Near East in Pictures

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    J. B. Pritchard (ed.),Ancient Near East Supplementary Textsand PicturesJ. B. Pritchard (ed.),Ancient Near Eastern TextsThe Ante-Nicene FathersAnalecta orientalia

    Andover Newton QuarterlyAufstieg und Niedergang der romischen WeltAbingdon New Testament CommentariesArbeiten zur neutestamentlichen TextforschungArbeiten zum Neuen Testament und JudentumAntonianumAula orientalisAlter Orient and Altes TestamentAmerican Oriental SeriesAmerican Oriental Society Translation Series

    J. Marouzeau (ed.),Lanne philologiqueR. H. Charles (ed.), Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of theOld TestamentD. D. Luckenbill (ed.),Ancient Records of Assyria andBabyloniaArcheologyJ. H. Breasted (ed.),Ancient Records of EgyptArchiu fr ReformationsgeschichteArchives royales de MariArchiu orientln

    Archiu fur ReligionswissenschaftAssyriological StudiesAnnates du service des antiquits de lgypteActa seminarii neotestamentici upsaliensisAmerican Schools of Oriental ResearchAmerican Studies in PapyrologyActa sanctae sedisArchives des sciences sociales des religionsAnnual of the Swedish Theological InstituteAlttestamentliche AbhandlungenAbhandlungen zur Theologie des Alten und NeuenTestamentsArbeiten zu Text und Sprache im Alten TestamentActa theologica danicaAnglican Theological ReviewAugustinianumAustralian Biblical ReviewAndrews University Seminary Studies

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    Biblical ArchaeologistBiblioteca de autores cristianosW. Bauer, W. F. Arndt, F. W. Gingrich (2d ed.: and F. W.Danker), Greek-English Lexicon of the New TestamentBible and Literature Series

    Biblical Archaeologist ReaderBiblical Archaeology ReviewBulletin of the American Schools of Oriental ResearchBASOR Supplemental StudiesBulletin of the American Society of PapyrologistsBASP SupplementsBonner biblische BeitrageBeitrage zur biblischen Exegese und TheologieBulletin of Biblical ResearchBulletin of the Council on the Study of Religion

    F. W. Danker (rev. and ed.), Greek-English Lexicon of theNew TestamentF. Brown, S. R. Driver, and C. A. Briggs,Hebrew andEnglish Lexicon of the Old TestamentF. Blass, A. Debrunner, and R. W. Funk,A Greek Grammarof the New TestamentF. Blass, A. Debrunner, and F. Rehkopf, Grammatik desneutestamentlichen GriechischBeitrge zur Erforschung des Alten Testaments und desantiken Judentums

    Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New TestamentBibbia e orienteBulletin of the Evangelical Theological SocietyBibliotheca ephemeridum theologicarum lovaniensiumBeitrge zur evangelischen TheologieBeitrge zur Fbrderung christlicher TheologieBiblical Foundations in TheologyBeitrge zur Geschichte der biblischen ExegeseBulletin dhistoire et dexgse de lAncien TestamentB. Reicke and L. Rost (eds.),Biblisch-HistorischesHandwrterbuchBiblia Hebraica(ed. R. Kittel)Biblia Hebraica StuttgartensiaBeitrge zur historischen TheologieBiblicaBiblische BeitrgeBiblical InterpretationBibel und Leben

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    Biblica et orientaliaBible ReviewBiblische Studien (Freiburg, 1895-)Biblische Studien (Neukirchen, 1951-)Bulletin of the Israel Exploration Society (=Yediot)

    Bulletin de linstitut francais darchologie orientaleBulletin of the International Organization for Septuagint andCognate StudiesBulletin of the Jewish Palestine Exploration SocietyBulletin of the John Rylands University Library ofManchesterBrown Judaic StudiesBibel und KircheBiblischer Kommentar: Altes TestamentBulletin de littrature ecclsiastique

    Bibel und LiturgieBiblische NotizenBlacks New Testament CommentariesBibliotheca orientalisBiblical ResearchBibliotheca SacraBible Students CommentaryBulletin of the School of Oriental (and African) StudiesThe Bible TranslatorBiblical Theology Bulletin

    Bible et terre sainteBerliner Theologische ZeitschriftBuried HistoryBible et vie chrtienneBeitrge zur Wissenschaft vom Alten (und Neuen)TestamentBiblische ZeitschriftBeihefte zur ZAWBeihefte zur ZNWBeihefte zur ZRGGThe Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of theUniversity of ChicagoCambridge Ancient HistoryCahiers de la Revue bibliqueCahiers ThologiquesJ. Sasson (ed.), Civilizations of the Ancient Near EastCommentaire de lAncien TestamentCultura bblica

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    Cambridge Bible CommentaryContributions to Biblical Exegesis and TheologyCatholic Biblical QuarterlyCatholic Biblical QuarterlyMonograph SeriesCorpus Christianorum

    Corpus CatholicorumKarl Barth, Church DogmaticsCambridge Greek Testament CommentariesChurch HistoryCambridge History of JudaismCatholic Historical ReviewCorpus inscriptionum graecarumCorpus inscriptionum iudaicarumCorpus inscriptionum latinarumCorpus inscriptionum semiticarum

    Classical JournalCanadian Journal of TheologyCommentaire du Nouveau TestamentConiectanea biblicaConiectanea biblica, New TestamentConiectanea biblica, Old TestamentConiectanea neotestamenticaThe Context of ScriptureClassical PhilologyChurch Quarterly

    Church Quarterly ReviewCritical Review of Books in ReligionComptes rendus de lAcadmie des inscriptions et belles-lettresCompendia rerum iudaicarum ad novum testamentumCorpus scriptorum christianorum orientaliumCorpus scriptorum ecclesiasticorum latinorumChicago Studies in the History of JudaismA. Herdner, Corpus des tablettes en cuniformesalphabtiquesConcordia Theological MonthlyConcordia Theological QuarterlyThe Cuneiform Alphabetic Texts from UgaritCurrents in Theology and MissionDictionnaire darchologie chrtienne et de liturgieL. Ryken et al. (eds.),Dictionary of Biblical ImageryDictionnaire de la Bible, SupplementD. J. A. Clines (ed.),Dictionary of Classical Hebrew

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    K. van der Toorn et al. (eds.),Dictionary of Deities andDemons in the BibleT. A. Hart (ed.),Dictionary of Historical TheologyC.-F. Jean and J. Hoftijzer,Dictionnaire des inscriptionssmitiques de louest

    Discoveries in the Judaean DesertJ. B. Green et al. (eds.),Dictionary of Jesus and the GospelsR. P. Martin and P. H. Davids (eds.),Dictionary of the LaterNew Testament and Its DevelopmentsC. A. Evans and S. E. Porter (eds.),Dictionary of NewTestament BackgroundDictionary of Northwest Semitic InscriptionsD. W. Thomas (ed.),Documents from Old Testament TimesG. F. Hawthorne et al. (eds.),Dictionary of Paul and HisLetters

    Downside ReviewDenzinger-Schdnmetzer,Enchiridion symbolorumDead Sea DiscoveriesDictionnaire de thologie catholiqueDansk teologisk tidsskriftDunwoodie ReviewM. Avi-Yonah (ed.),Encyclopedia of ArchaeologicalExcavations in the Holy LandExpositors Bible Commentarytudes bibliques

    W. A. Elwell (ed.),Evangelical Commentary on the BibleEerdmans Critical CommentaryL. F. Hartman (ed.),Encyclopedic Dictionary of the BibleW. A. Elwell (ed.),Evangelical Dictionary of BiblicalTheologyH. Balz and G. Schneider (eds.),Exegetical Dictionary of theNew TestamentA. S. Moreau (ed.),Evangelical Dictionary of WorldMissionsExegetisches Handbuch zum Alten TestamentEvangelisch-katholischer Kommentar zum Neuen TestamentEvangelisches KirchenlexikonEvangelical Missions QuarterlyEncyclopaedia Judaica (1971)Enchiridion biblicumtudes prliminaires aux religions orientales dans lempireRomainErtrge der Forschung

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    Eretz IsraelEranos JahrbuchEstudios biblicosEphemerides theologicae lovaniensestudes thologiques et religieuses

    Erfurter theologische StudienEvangelische KommentareEvangelical QuarterlyEvangelische TheologieH. Balz and G. Schneider (eds.),Exegetisches Wrterbuchzum Neuen TestamentExpository TimesForschungen zum Alten TestamentForschung zur BibelFacet Books, Biblical Series

    Fathers of the ChurchFoundations and Facets: New TestamentForms of the Old Testament LiteratureForschungen zur Religion und Literatur des Alten und NeunTestamentsW. von Soden, Grundriss der akkadischen GrammatikGrundrisse zum Alten TestamentGuides to Biblical ScholarshipGriechischen christlichen SchriftstellerGesenius-Kautzsch-Bergstrasser, Hebrische Grammatik

    Gesenius Hebrew Grammar, ed. E. Kautzsch, trans. A. E.CowleyGood News StudiesGrundrisse zum Neuen TestamentGreek Orthodox Theological ReviewGreek, Roman, and Byzantine StudiesGregorianumGttinger theologische ArbeitenGrace Theological JournalW. Baumgartner et al.,Hebrisches und aramischesLexikon zum Alten TestamentW. Baumgartner et al.,Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of theOld TestamentHebrew Annual ReviewHandbuch zum Alten TestamentJ. L. Mays et al. (eds.),Harpers Bible CommentaryP. J. Achtemeier et al. (eds.),Harpers Bible DictionaryHorizons in Biblical Theology

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    Harvard Dissertations in ReligionHeythrop JournalHandkommentar zum Alten TestamentHandkommentar zum Neuen TestamentHandbuch zum Neuen Testament

    Harpers New Testament CommentariesHandbuch der OrientalistikHolmans New Testament CommentaryHistory of ReligionsHebrew StudiesHarvard Semitic MonographsHarvard Semitic StudiesHerders theologischer Kommentar zum Neuen TestamentHarvard Theological ReviewHarvard Theological Studies

    Hebrew Union College AnnualMonographs of the Hebrew Union CollegeHermeneutische Untersuchungen zur TheologieInterpreters BibleInterpretation: A Bible commentary for Teaching andPreachingIrish Biblical StudiesInternational Critical CommentaryG. A. Buttrick (ed.),Interpreters Dictionary of the BibleSupplementary volume to IDB

    Israel Exploration JournalInterpretationIsrael Oriental SocietyIssues in Religion and TheologyG. W. Bromiley (ed.),International Standard BibleEncyclopedia, rev.International Theological CommentaryIrish Theological QuarterlyIVP New Testament CommentaryJournal asiatiqueJournal of the American Academy of ReligionJahrbuch fr Antike und ChristentumJournal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society of ColumbiaUniversityJournal of the American Oriental SocietyJournal of Asian StudiesA. Jones (ed.),JerusalemBibleR. E. Brown et al. (eds.), The Jerome Biblical Commentary

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    Journal of Biblical LiteratureJournal of Bible and ReligionJournal of Cuneiform StudiesJudean Desert SeriesJournal of Egyptian Archaeology

    Journal of Ecclesiastical HistoryJaarbericht. . . ex oriente luxJournal of Ecumenical StudiesJournal of the Evangelical Theological SocietyJournal of Feminist Studies in ReligionJournal of Greco-Roman Christianity and JudaismJohns Hopkins Near Eastern StudiesJournal of Hellenic StudiesJournal of Jewish StudiesJournal of Middle Eastern Studies

    Journal of Mithraic StudiesJournal of Near Eastern StudiesJournal of Northwest Semitic LanguagesJournal of Palestine Oriental SocietyJewish Publication Society VersionJewish Quarterly ReviewJewish Quarterly Review Monograph SeriesJournal of ReligionJournal of the Royal Asiatic SocietyJournal of Religious Ethics

    Journal of Religious StudiesJournal of Religious HistoryJournal of Roman StudiesJournal of Religious ThoughtJournal of SemiticsJdische Schriften aus hellenistich-rmischer ZeitJournal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenisticand Roman PeriodsJournal for the Study of the New TestamentJSNT Supplement SeriesJournal for the Study of the Old TestamentJSOT Supplement SeriesJournal for the Study of the PseudepigraphaJSP Supplement SeriesJournal of Semitic StudiesJournal for the Scientific Study of ReligionJournal for Theology and the ChurchJournal of Theological Studies

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    Judaica: Beitrge zum Verstndnis . . .H. Donner and W. Rollig,Kanaanische und aramischeInschriftenKommentar zum Alten TestamentL. Koehler and W. Baumgartner, Lexicon in Veteris

    Testamenti librosKerygma und DogmaKritisch-exegetischer Kommentar ber das Neue Testament(H. A. W. Meyer)Kleine TexteKirjath-SepherM. Dietrich, O. Loretz, and J. Sanmartin (eds.),Diekeilalphabetischen Texte aus UgaritJ. P. Lange CommentariesLittratures anciennes du Proche-Orient

    Linguistica BiblicaLaymans Bible CommentaryLibrary of Christian ClassicsLoeb Classical LibraryLectio divinaLibrary of Early ChristianityLe%onnu

    E. Vogt,Lexicon linguae aramaicae Veteris TestamentiG. W. H. Lampe,Patristic Greek LexiconLutheranQuarterly

    Lutherische RundschauLouvain StudiesLiddell-Scott-Jones, Greek-English LexiconLexicon fr Theologie und KircheLaval thologique et philosophiqueLunds universitets rsskriftLutheran WorldMcCormick QuarterlyLe monde de la BibleMitteilungen der deutschen Orient-Gesellschaft

    Monatsschrift fr Geschichte und Wissenschaft desJudentumsMercer Library of Biblical StudiesJ. H. Moulton and G. Milligan, The Vocabulary of the GreekTestamentMoffatt New Testament CommentaryMmoires prsents lAcadmie des inscriptions et belles-lettres

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    Mlanges de science religieuseMnchener theologische ZeitschriftMusonMlanges de luniversite Saint-JosephMitteihingen der vorder-asiatisch-gyptischen Gesellschafit

    New American CommentaryG. J. Wenham et al. (ed.),New Bible CommentaryJ. D. Douglass (ed.),New Bible DictionaryR. D. Fuller et al. (eds),New Catholic Commentary on HolyScriptureM. R. P. McGuire et al. (eds.),New Catholic EncyclopediaT. D. Alexander et al. (eds.),New Dictionary of BiblicalTheologyE. Stern (ed.),New Encyclopedia of ArchaeologicalExcavations in the Holy Land

    New Expositors Bible CommentaryNederlands theologisch tijdschriftNeotestamenticaNew Frontiers in TheologyNag Hammadi StudiesNew Interpreters BibleNew International Biblical CommentaryNew International Commentary on the New TestamentNew International Commentary on the Old TestamentColin Brown (ed.),New International Dictionary of New

    Testament TheologyW. A. VanGemeren (ed.),New International Dictionary ofOld Testament Theology and ExegesisNew International Greek Testament CommentaryNIV Application CommentaryH. Wansbrough (ed.), The Jerusalem BibleR. E. Brown et al. (eds.), The New Jerome BiblicalCommentaryNew Jewish Publication Society Version, Tanakh (1985)Neue kirchliche ZeitschriftNorsk Teologisk TidsskriftNovum TestamentumNovum Testamentum, SupplementsNicene and Post-Nicene FathersLa nouvelle revue thologiqueNew Studies in Biblical TheologyNew Testament AbstractsNeutestamentliche Abhandlungen

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    E. Hennecke and W. Schneemelcher (eds.),New TestamentApocryphaNeutestamentliche ForschungenNew Testament GuidesNew Testament Library

    Novum Testamentum et Orbis AntiquusNew Testament StudiesNew Testament Tools and StudiesNumen: International Review for the History of ReligionsOrbis biblicus et orientalissterreichische biblische StudienOvertures to Biblical TheologyOxford Classical DictionaryE. Meyers (ed.), Oxford Encyclopedia of Archaeology in theNear East

    Oriental Institute PublicationsOrientalia lovaniensia periodicaOrientalische LiteraturzeitungOrientalia (Rome)Oriens antiquusOriens christianusLorient syrienOld Testament AbstractsOld Testament GuidesOld Testament Library

    J. H. Charlesworth (ed.), Old Testament PseudepigraphaOudtestamentische StudinProceedings of the American Academy of Jewish ResearchM. Black and H. H. Rowley (eds.),Peakes Commentary onthe BiblePalestine Exploration Fund, Quarterly StatementPalestine Exploration QuarterlyJ. Migne, Patrologia graecaG. W. H. Lampe, Patristic Greek LexiconK. Preisendanz (ed.),Papyri graecae magicaePhilosophia ChristiPhilosophy East and WestPhilologusPhilosophical ReviewPalastina-JahrbuchJ. Migne,Patrologia latinaPillar New Testament CommentaryPatrologia orientalis

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    Le Palais royal dUgaritPrinceton Seminary BulletinPerkins (School of Theology) JournalPittsburgh Theological Monograph SeriesPrinceton Theological Review

    Pretoria Theological StudiesPseudepigrapha Veteris Testamenti graecePauly-Wissowa, Real-Encyclopdie der classischenAltertumswissenschaftSupplement to PWQuaestiones disputataeQuarterly of the Department of Antiquities in PalestineRevue dassyriologie et darcheologie orientaleReallexikon fr Antike und ChristentumRecords of the Ancient Near East

    Revue archologiqueRevue bibliqueRevue bndictineBevista de cultura biblicaRealencyklopdie fr protestantische Theologie und KircheRevue des etudes anciennesRecherches bibliquesRevue degyptologieRevue des tudes juivesReligious Studies

    Religion and SocietyReligious Studies ReviewRpertoire dpigraphie smitiqueRestoration QuarterlyReview and ExpositorRevista bblicaRevue de QumranRevue des sciences religieusesRevue smitiqueRevue thomisteReligion in Geschichte und GegenwartRevue hittite et asianiqueRevue dhistoire ecclsiastiqueRevue dhistoire et de philosophic religieusesRevue de lhistoire des religionsRevue Internationale des droits de lantiquitRivista biblica

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    Romische Quartalschrift fr christliche Altertumskunde undKirchengeschichteReview of ReligionRivista degli studi orientaliRevue des sciences philosophiques et thologiques

    Recherches de science religieuseRegensburger Studien zur TheologieRecherches de thologie ancienne et mdievaleRevue thologique de LouvainRevue de thologie et de philosophieSacris erudiriSacra PaginaStudien zum Alten und Neuen TestamentSammlung ausgewhlter kirchen- unddogmengeschichtlicher Quellenschriften

    Sources bibliquesStudies in Biblical ArchaeologySitzungsberichte der bayerischen Akademie derWissenschaftenStuttgarter biblische BeitrgeStudii biblici franciscani liber annuusLa sainte bible de JerusalemSouthern Baptist Journal of TheologySociety of Biblical LiteratureSBL Archaeology and Biblical Studies

    SBL Aramaic StudiesSBL The Bible in American CultureSBL The Bible and Its Modern InterpretersSBL Biblical Scholarship in North AmericaSBL Dissertation SeriesSBL Early Judaism and Its LiteratureSBL Masoretic SeriesSBL Monograph SeriesSBL The New Testament in the Greek FathersSBL Resources for Biblical StudySBL Sources for Biblical StudySBL Septuagint and Cognate StudiesSBL Seminar PapersSBL Semeia StudiesSBL Symposium SeriesSBL Texts and TranslationsSBL Writings from the Ancient WorldStuttgarter biblische Monographien

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    Stuttgarter BibelstudienStudies in Biblical TheologySources for Biblical and Theological StudySources chrtiennesSciences ecclsiastiques

    Science et espritStudia ad corpus hellenisticum novi testamentiStudies in Comparative ReligionScriptureScripture BulletinScripta hierosolymitanaStudies and DocumentsSitzungsberichte der deutschen Akademie derWissenschaften zu BerlinStudia Evangelica I, II, III(= TU 73 [1959], 87 [1964], 88

    [1964], etc.)Svensk exegetisk rsbokSecond CenturySefaradSemiticaStudies in the History of the Ancient Near EastSitzungsberichte der Heidelberger Akademie derWissenschaftenStudies in Historical TheologyStudia judaica

    Studies in Judaism in Late AntiquityScottish Journal of TheologyStuttgarter kleiner Kommentar, Neues TestamentStudi e materiali di storia delle religioniStudien zum Neuen Testament (und seiner Umwelt)Studiorum Novi Testamenti AuxiliaSociety for New Testament Studies Monograph SeriesSymbolae osloensesSitzungsberichte der sterreichischen Akademie derWissenschaften in WienSociety for Old Testament Study Monograph SeriesStudia papyrologicaSitzungsberichte der preussischen Akademie derWissenschaftenStudia postbiblicaSchriften und Quellen der alten WeltStudies in Religion/Sciences religieusesStudia semitica neerlandica

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    Semitic Study SeriesStudia theologicaSvensk teologisk rsskriftStudies in American Biblical HermeneuticsStudies on the Texts of the Desert of Judah

    Svensk teologisk kvartalskrift[H. Strack and] P. Billerbeck,Kommentar zum NeuenTestamentStudia BiblicaStudia neotestamenticaStudia orientaliaStudien zur Umwelt des Neuen TestamentsStudia in Veteris Testamenti pseudepigraphaSocial World of Biblical AntiquitySymbolae biblicae upsalienses

    B. Porten and A. Yardeni (eds.), Textbook of AramaicDocuments from Ancient EgyptTransactions of the American Philological AssociationTheologische BeitrgeTheologische BltterTheologische BchereiThe Bible TodayB. M. Metzger,A Textual Commentary on the Greek NewTestamentTheology Digest

    G. Kittel and G. Friedrich (eds.), Theological Dictionary ofthe New TestamentG. J. Botterweck et al. (eds.) Theological Dictionary of theOld TestamentTexts and StudiesTheologische ForschungTheologie und GlaubeThemeliosTheologischer Handkommentar zum Neuen TestamentTheologische StudienTheologische LiteraturzeitungTyndale New Testament CommentariesTyndale Old Testament CommentariesTheologie und PhilosophicTheologisch-praktische QuartalschriftTheologische QuartalschriftTheologische RealenzyklopdieTheologische Revue

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    Trinity JournalTheologische RundschauTheological StudiesTexte und Studien zum antiken JudentumTheological Students Fellowship Bulletin

    Theologische Studien und KritikenJ. C. L. Gibson, Textbook of Syrian Semitic InscriptionsTeologisk TidsskriftTheology TodayTrierer theologische ZeitschriftTexte und UntersuchungenG. J. Botterweck et al. (eds.), Theologisches Wrterbuch zumAlten TestamentG. Kittel and G. Friedrich (eds.), Theologisches Wrterbuchzum Neuen Testament

    G. Archer et al. (eds.), Theological Wordbook of the OldTestamentTyndale BulletinTheologische ZeitschriftUgaritisch-biblische LiteraturUnited Bible Societies Greek New TestamentUgarit-ForschungenUntersuchungen zum Neuen TestamentUnion Seminary Quarterly ReviewC. H. Gordon, Ugaritic Textbook

    Uppsala universitets-rsskriftVigiliae christianaeVerbum caroVerbum dominiVerkndigung und ForschungK. Aland (ed.), Vollstndige Konkordanz zum griechischenNeuen TestamentVerbum salutisVetus TestamentumVetus Testamentum SupplementsM. Luther,Kritische Gesamtausgabe(= Weimar edition)Word Biblical CommentaryWort und DienstWestminster Dictionary of the BibleWestminster Historical Atlas of the BibleWorld History of the Jewish PeopleWissenschaftliche Monographien zum Alten und NeuenTestament

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    Die Welt des OrientsWestminster Theological JournalWissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen TestamentWissenschaftliche Veroffentlichungen der deutschenOrientgesellschaft

    Word and WorldWiener Zeitschrift fr die Kunde des MorgenlandesWiener Zeitschrift fr die Kunde Sd- und OstasiensZeitschrift fr AssyriologieZeitschrift fr AlthebraistikZeitschrift fr die alttestamentliche WissenschaftZrcher Bibelkommentare/Altes TestamentZrcher Bibelkommentare/Neues TestamentZeitschrift der deutschen morgenlandischen GesellschaftZDMG Supplementbnde

    Zeitschrift des deutschen Palstina-VereinsZeitschrift: fr evangelische EthikZeitschrift fr historische TheologieZondervan Illustrated Bible Background CommentaryZeitschrift fr KirchengeschichteZeitschrift fr katholische TheologieZeitschrift fr Missionskunde und ReligionswissenschaftZeitschrift fr die neutestamentliche WissenschaftZondervan Pictorial Encyclopedia of the BibleZeitschrift fr Religions- und Geistesgeschichte

    Zeitschrift fr systematische TheologieZeitschrift fr Theologie und KircheZeitschrift fr wissenschaftliche Theologie