Journal of Biblical Literature

The Spring 2010 edition of the Journal of Biblical Literature has the following articles:

Learning, Teaching, and Researching Biblical Studies, Today and Tomorrow by David J.A. Clines

The Function of the Chronicler’s Temple Despoliation Notices in Light of Imperial Realities in Yehud by Paul S. Evans

Death, Disinheritance, and Job’s Kinsman-Redeemer by Matthew J. Suriano

Gog’s Grave and the Use and Abuse of Corpses in Ezekiel 39:11-20 by Francesca Stravrakopoulou

Jewish Identity under Foreign Rule: Daniel 2 as Reconfiguration of Genesis 41 by Matthew S. Rindge

Donkey Domain: Zechariah 9:9 and Lexical Semantics by Kenneth C. Way

The Gospel of John and the Five Senses by Dorothy Lee

Spirit and Covenant Renewal: A Theologoumenon of Paul’s Opponents in 2 Corinthians by Thomas R. Blanton IV

Why is There No Thanksgiving Period in Galatians? An Assessment of an Exegetical Commonplace by Robert E. Van Voorst

P.Oxy. 2949-Its Transcription and Significance: A Response to Thomas Wayment by Paul Foster

How Accurate Are Eyewitnesses? Bauckham and the Eyewitnesses in the Light of Psychological Research by Judith C.S. Redman