xviii, 408 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
9780199550234 (hardback) 0199550239 (hardback)
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Anselm C. Hagedorn and Reinhard G. Kratz: Introduction 1. Arlette David: The Sound of the Magic Flute in Legal and Religious Registers of the Ramesside Period: Some Common Features of Two 'Ritualistic Languages' 2. Josef Wiesehöfer: Law and Religion in Achaemenidian Iran 3. Michael Gagarin: Law and Religion in Early Greece 4. F.S. Naiden: Gods, Kings, and Lawgivers 5. Alejandro F. Botta: Hated by the Gods and your Spouse 6. Andrew D. Gross: Law and Religion in the Eastern Mediterranean 7. John F. Healey: Fines and Curses: Law and Religion among the Nabataeans and their Neighbours 8. Bernard S. Jackson: Law and Religion in the Hebrew Bible 9. Eckart Otto: The History of the Legal-Religious Hermeneutics of the Book of Deuteronomy from the Assyrian to the Hellenistic Period 10. Reinhard G. Kratz: 'The peg in the wall': Cultic Centralization revisited 11. Bruce Wells: Is It Law or Religion? Legal Motivations in Deuteronomic and Neo-Babylonian Texts 12. Rachel Magdalene: Job's compositional history one more time: What its law might contribute 13. Aharon Shemesh: 'For the judgment is God's' (Deut. 1: 17): Biblical and communal law in the Dead Sea Scrolls 14. Irene Schneider: The Jurist as a Mujtahid the Hermeneutical Concept of Abu l-Hasan Alial-Mawardi (d. 449/1058).
KL147 .L39 2013
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2013.