Index by Book of the Bible


GENESIS

  1. Meaning of Moledet I (1) 17
  2. Bible: The Concomitant of Human Growth II (1) 1
  3. The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil II (1) 6
  4. Jacob's Return to Canaan IV 121
  5. Jacob's Love for Rachel IV 153
  6. Hospitality in Sodom: A Biblical Contrast V 94
  7. Adam's Rib VII 75
  8. Torah Dialogues: Genesis VII 80
  9. Torah Dialogues: Genesis VII 140
  10. Torah Dialogues: Genesis VII 198
  11. The Rape of Dinah and the Conquest of Shechem VIII 144
  12. The Confirmation of Noah's Blessing: An Interpretation of Genesis 8:21-9:11 IX 144
  13. The Mystery of Genesis 36 IX 161
  14. The Story of Creation in the Bible X 3
  15. Jacob, Man of Destiny: His Youth X 10
  16. Ke Yetzer Lev Haadam Rah Minurav X 32
  17. Jacob, Man of Destiny: The Turning Point X 106
  18. The Story of Creation: Part 2: Genesis Chapter Two X 187
  19. The Story of Creation: Part 3: The Garden of Eden X 234
  20. The Story of Creation: Part 4: Cain and Abel XII 15
  21. The Living Testament of Jacob - Israel XII 30
  22. The Babylonian Poem Enuma Elish and Genesis Chapter One XII 55
  23. Book Review: In Light of Genesis by PW Hadas XII 55
  24. Twins in Transition: Genesis 32:25-31 Re-Examined XII 166
  25. A Biblical Reverie (Genesis 32) XII 184
  26. The Emuna Elish Hoax: Biblical Creation Story not Connected with any Cuneiform Text XIII 28
  27. Parallel Lists of Prediluvian Patriarchs: A Psychological Interpretation XIII 47
  28. Redeeming Cain: A Comparative Literary Reading of Genesis XIII 199
  29. Noah and the Ark - Reexamined XIII 251
  30. Noahide Laws from Genesis to Genizah XIV 88
  31. Rebecca's Encounter with Abraham's Servant XIV 124
  32. The Akeda - A Test of God XV 19
  33. Purchase of the Machpelah XVI 29
  34. Dynamics of the Divine/Human Interaction XVI 51
  35. Abraham Plants the Flag XVI 86
  36. Isaac Tells the Akeda Story XVI 116
  37. Judah and Tamar XVI 123
  38. Who was Melchizedek XVI 183
  39. Adam 1 and Adam 2 XVI 192
  40. Genesis 14 - Meaning and Structure XVI 256 
  41. Cain and Abel XVII 40
  42. Reflections of Readers: Genesis XVII 50
  43. Adam's Sin XVII 71
  44. Isaac's Blessing - Who was Deceived XVII 185
  45. Jacob's Limp XVII 222
  46. The Testing of Abraham XVII 237
  47. Isaac and Laughter XVIII 13
  48. The Punishment of Cain: A Reflection in Midrashic Style XVIII 45
  49. Garments of Skin (Genesis 3:21) XVIII 74
  50. The Testament of Jacob: An Analysis of Genesis 49:18 XVIII 101
  51. Rachel - A Woman Who Would Be a Mother XVIII 213
  52. The Difficult Verse in Genesis 4:26 XVIII 257
  53. The Meaning of Abraham's Test: A Reexamination of the Akedah XIX 3
  54. Jacob the Wrestler XIX 92
  55. The Selling of the Birthright: Making Sense of a Perplexing Episode XIX 100
  56. What Was the Actual Effect of the Tree of Knowledge XIX 105
  57. These are the Generations of Isaac XIX 260
  58. In Defense of Esau XX 43
  59. The Trauma of Isaac XX 96
  60. The Abel Syndrome XX 111
  61. Judah and Joseph: A Study in Contrasts XXI 127
  62. Joseph and His Brothers XXI 153
  63. The Jacob-Esau Reunion XXI 159
  64. The Anatomy of the Joseph Cycle XXII (1) 38
  65. Had Noah Lived in Abraham's Generation XXII (2) 120
  66. They are No Longer, For God Has Taken Them XXII (4) 221
  67. Jacob's Deception of his Father XXII (4) 237
  68. Isaac's Wells and Israel's Return: Some Parallels XXII (4) 259
  69. The Tower of Babel Revisited XXII (4) 266
  70. Power of Persuasion: Judah, Abigail, and Hushai XXIII (1) 9  
  71. Was Abraham Heartless? XXIII (3) 180
  72. Rebekah's Deceit or Isaac's Great Test XXIII (4) 221
  73. Ruach Elokim and a Wind from God: Genesis 1:2 XXIV (1) 9
  74. The Anatomy of the First Lies XXIV (2) 112
  75. Was Abram Born in Ur of the Chaldees ? XXIV (3) 156
  76. Does Duda'Im Necessarily Mean Mandrake ? XXIV (3) 180
  77. An Obstetric Problem XXIV (3) 188
  78. Jacob's Two Dreams XXIV (3) 189
  79. The Patriarchs XXIV (4) 213
  80. Cain: Why is he Featured so Prominently in the Bible ? XXIV (4) 233
  81. Consequences of the Akedah XXIV (4) 241
  82. Leah's Eyes XXV (1) 18
  83. Judah HaHasid XXV (1) 23 
  84. Darshanut: Genesis 33:6 vs. Genesis 33:7 XXV (2) 120
  85. The Rape of Dinah XXV (4) 220
  86. Pshat: An Innovative Method in Torah Commentary XXV (4) 234 
  87. Esau's Wives XXV (4) 251
  88. The Funeral of Jacob: A Joint Hebrew-Egyptian Affair XXVI (1) 20
  89. From the Euphrates to the Nile XXVI (1) 39
  90. From "Seventh Day" to "Shabbat": Dualities in Genesis 2: 1-3 XXVI (1) 52
  91. His Brother's Keeper XXVI (2) 73
  92. Joseph and Revolutionary Egypt XXVI (2) 101
  93. The Dew of Heaven XXVI (2) 117
  94. Why No Message From Joseph to His Father? XXVI (3) 158
  95. Another Look at the Tree of Good and Evil XXVI (3) 184
  96. Jacob's Growing Understanding of His Experience at Beth-El XXVI (4) 211
  97. Revisiting the Garden of Eden XXVI (4) 223
  98. Nimrod Found? XXVI (4) 237
  99. Darshanut: Enoch's Shoes XXVI (4) 268
  100. Obstetrical and Lexicographical Complications: The Birth of Benjamin and Death of Rachel XXVII (1) 15
  101. Genesis and Genetics XXVII (1) 45
  102. An Anomalous Antonym XXVII (1) 58 
  103. Darshanut: Judah: 'This Time I Will Praise the Lord' (Gen. 29:35) XXVII (1) 60
  104. The Tower of Babel: God's Towering Pride XXVII (2) 89
  105. Mathematical Codes in the Torah XXVII (2) 119
  106. The Power of Hebrew Names XXVII (2) 130
  107. Saving the Akedah From the Philosophers XXVII (3) 167
  108. Israel's Defining Experience: From Family to Nation XXVII (3) 192
  109. A Calculated Risk: A Speculative Excursion Into the Mind of Pharaoh's Butler XXVII (4) 265
  110. The Book of Zephaniah: Allusions to the Tower of Babel XXVIII (1) 3
  111. Archetypes in the Patriarchal Family XXVIII (1) 12
  112. Jacob: Father of a Nation XXVIII (1) 38
  113. The Akedah: Machloket L'Shem Shamayim XXVIII (1) 56
  114. The Preference of Ephraim XXVIII (1) 60
  115. Darshanut: Noah and His Family Relations XXVIII (1) 62
  116. Abraham's Trials: Tests of Strength or Learning Experiences XXVIII (2) 73
  117. The Education of Abraham: The Encounter Between Abraham and God Over the Fate of Sodom and Gomorrah XXVIII (2) 80
  118. Final Judgement: The Ambiguous Moral Question That Culminates Genesis 34 XXVIII (2) 93
  119. The Patriarchal Family in the Light of the Midrash: Part I: Abraham and Sarah XXVIII (3) 169
  120. Darshanut: Mothers and Sons: In Defense of Lot's Wife XXVIII (3) 198
  121. Biblical Metaphor and the Dynamics of Jewish Demography: A Modern Midrash XXVIII (4) 222 
  122. The Significance of Joseph's Agrarian Policy XXVIII (4) 256
  123. Imperative Verbs Followed by the Preposition Lamed: Compulsory or Precatory? XXVIII (4) 264
  124. Jacob's Paradoxical Encounters XXIX (1) 40
  125. The Problem of Deception in Genesis 27 XXIX (1) 45
  126. Laban and Jacob XXIX (1) 60
  127. Jacob's Choice in Genesis 25:19-28:9 XXIX (2) 80
  128. Bible Translators as Arbiters of Ambiguity: Part 1 XXIX (2) 96
  129. "And Abraham Stood Yet Before the Lord" XXIX (2) 103
  130. The Akedah: Machloket L'Shem Shamayim Sofa L'Hitkayeim XXIX (2) 118
  131. Midrashic Implications of the Term Holid XXIX (3) 143
  132. Bible Translators as Arbiters of Ambiguity: Part 2 XXIX (3) 156
  133. Jacob's Death-Bed Farewell to his Sons: According to the Rabbis XXIX (3) 167
  134. Joseph Under Suspicion XXIX (3) 186
  135. Switching Brides: Conspiracy and Cover-up XXIX (3) 190
  136. The Jewish Calendar XXIX (3) 193
  137. The Relationship Between Biblical Narrative and Biblical Law XXIX (4) 263
  138. Joseph and Daniel: Court Jews and Dreamers XXX (1) 10
  139. Seeking Vindication, Especially in Jonah XXX (1) 17
  140. Genesis 1 XXX (1) 62
  141. Displacement in the Matriarchal Home: A Psychological Study of the Abraham-Sarah Marriage XXX (2) 90 
  142. Jacob's Blessing for Dan XXX (2) 107
  143. Divination in the Bible XXX (2) 121
  144. Tamar Times Three XXX (2) 127
  145. The Mission of Abraham: Genesis 18:17-22:19 XXX (3) 155
  146. Forget Not Your Forebears! XXX (3) 164
  147. Suffering: Three Biblical Views XXX (3) 183
  148. Darshanut: Bereshit and the Courage of New Beginnings XXX (3) 201
  149. The Biblical Concept of Beauty XXX (4) 211
  150. Why Was God Optimistic After the Flood? XXX (4) 235
  151. Nineveh and Sodom Juxtaposed: Contrasts and Parallels XXX (4) 242
  152. Ishmael, Son of Abraham XXX (4) 253
  153. Isaac: A Psychological Perspective XXX (4) 262
  154. "Foremost in Rank and Foremost in Power": Conflict Over the First-Born in Israel XXXI (1) 17
  155. Violence and Holiness in Biblical Dan XXXI (1) 27
  156. Parental Love or Child Abuse? XXXI (1) 48
  157. Albinism and Genetics in the Bible XXXI (1) 57
  158. Abraham's Ten Trials and a Biblical Numerical Notation XXXI (2) 73
  159. Understanding the Beginning of Genesis: Just How Many Beginnings Were There? XXXI (2) 90
  160. Struggling With Angels and Men XXXI (2) 126
  161. Sleep Disorders in the Bible XXXI (3) 143
  162. Did Abram Wage a Just War? XXXI (3) 167
  163. The Gardens of Eden and Sodom XXXI (3) 174
  164. The Messages of Chapter 4 of Genesis XXXI (3) 197
  165. Darshanut: The Forgotten Figure at the Akedah XXXI (3) 201
  166. Biblical Cosmogony: A Symbolic Interpretation of Genesis 1-4 XXXI (4) 252
  167. Darshanut: The Seven Mitzvot of Bnai Noah: Varieties of Theft XXXI (4) 269
  168. The Incorporation of Pre-Modern Scientific Theories Into Biblical Literature: The Case of Innate Heat XXXII (2) 73
  169. The God of Abraham, Rebekah and Jacob XXXII (2) 91
  170. Death in the Bible XXXII (2) 98
  171. The Cain and Abel Narratives: Its Problems and Lessons XXXII (2) 122
  172. Was Adam's Action "Disobedience"? (Its Corollary - Responsible Freedom) XXXII (3) 171
  173. Joseph's Emotional Development XXXII (3) 181
  174. Jacob and Esau: The Relationship Reconsidered XXXII (4) 245
  175. The Akedah Test: What Passes and What Fails XXXII (4) 251
  176. Beged or Simlah: Is There a Difference? XXXII (4) 266
  177. The Legacy of Two Adams XXXIII (1) 3
  178. Comment on "The God of Abraham, Rebekah and Jacob" XXXIII (1) 61
  179. The Journey of Terah: To Ur-Kasdim or Urkesh? XXXIII (2)  73
  180. Four Biblical Options of Moral Choice XXXIII (3) 153
  181. Our Mother Rachel: Prima Inter Pares XXXIII (3) 166
  182. God's Voice: From Creation to the Sanctuary XXXIII (3) 184
  183. Rashi's View of Genesis XXXIII (3) 187
  184. Fathers and Sons XXXIII (4) 215
  185. Why Start Jacob and Joseph with a "J"? XXXIII (4) 246
  186. A Latch and a Clasp Connecting Deuteronomy 33:27-29 with Genesis 3:22-24: A Proposed Interpretation XXXIV (1) 12 
  187. The Folly of Impetuous Speech: Four Biblical Incidents XXXIV (1) 16
  188. A Significant Insignificance: The Meeting of Jacob and Pharaoh XXXIV (1) 27
  189. Gid Hanasheh as Forgetfulness XXXIV (1) 57
  190. Shechem: A Foreshadowing of the Future and a Metaphor XXXIV (2) 92
  191. The Family Relationship of Simeon and Dinah XXXIV (2) 119
  192. Dodanim/Rodanim: Three Approaches XXXIV (2) 122
  193. Creation and the Limitations of the Creator XXXIV (2) 126
  194. Why Shamayim as Sky XXXIV (2) 130
  195. Distinguishing Jacob and Israel XXXIV (3) 155
  196. Abraham's Hospitality XXXIV (3) 168
  197. Four Homicides: How These Were Judged by the Bible and a Speculation as to the Basis for Judgement XXXIV (4) 247
  198. Abraham and Balaam: A Biblical Contrast XXXV (1) 28
  199. Abraham's Moment of Decision: According to Levinas and Rembrandt XXXV (1) 56
  200. Chaos or Chiasm? The Structure of Abraham's Life XXXV (2) 109
  201. The Kiss of Esau XXXV (2) 127
  202. Esau and Jacob Revisited: Demon Versus Tzadik? XXXV (3) 153
  203. Patriarchal History: Action and Reaction XXXV (3) 161
  204. Sacrificing Isaac: A New Interpretation XXXV (3) 173
  205. Self-Effacement in the Bible XXXV (3) 179
  206. Balaam is Laban XXXV (4) 222
  207. The Enigma of the Joseph Narrative XXXV (4) 260
  208. Meeting an Angel XXXV (4) 269
  209. "But Abraham Stood Yet Before the Lord" XXXVI (1) 12
  210. Torah and Rabbinic Compromises with Human Nature XXXVI (1) 25
  211. Who Counted Righteousness to Whom? Two Clashing Views by Shadal on Genesis 15:6 XXXVI (1) 28
  212. Glimpses of the Past in Genesis-Exodus XXXVI (1) 49
  213. What Sarah Saw: Envisioning Genesis 21:9-10 XXXVI (1) 54
  214. When Does the Day Begin? XXXVI (2) 81
  215. The Duality of Man: A Study in Talmudic Allegorical Interpretations XXXVI (2) 102
  216. Shalem: City or Safely? XXXVI (2) 121
  217. Sons of Elokim as Used in Genesis XXXVI (2) 125
  218. Creation: Something From Something, Something From Nothing or Something From Hardly Anything? XXXVI (3) 187
  219. Reuben: The Predicament of the Firstborn XXXVI (3) 196
  220. The Covenant Between the Parts XXXVI (4) 231
  221. Rebekah's Hoax XXXVI (4) 243
  222. Jacob and the Spotted Sheep: The Role of Prenatal Nutrition on the Epigenetics of Fur Color XXXVI (4) 263
  223. Spirit is Thicker Than Blood XXXVII (1) 53
  224. And Dinah the Daughter of Leah Went Out: The Meaning of Yatz'anit in Rashi's Commentary XXXVII (2) 121
  225. Biblical Onomastics: What's in a Name? XXXVII (2) 124
  226. For in His Days the Earth Was Divided: Classic Jewish Sources for a Physical Division of the Earth XXXVII (2) 129
  227. Lot's Failed Trial XXXVII (3) 153
  228. Interpreting B-R-KH in Genesis 47 XXXVII (3) 175
  229. At the Crossroads of Halakha and Narrative XXXVII (3) 181
  230. The Function of the Root Y-R-KH in Genesis XXXVII (3) 189
  231. Seize the Moment XXXVII (3) 197
  232. Which Anokhi Did Jacob Not Know? XXXVII (4) 223
  233. Four Acts of Vowing in the Bible XXXVII (4) 231
  234. The Hidden Mission of Biblical Angels XXXVIII (1) 21
  235. Could Pre-Hebrew be the Safa Ahat of Genesis 11:1? XXXVIII (1) 55
  236. The Transition to the Second Trip to Egypt: Narrative Devices in Genesis 43:1-14 XXXVIII (2) 73
  237. Early Traditions on the Kidnapping and Sale of Joseph: Part 1 XXXVIII (2) 106
  238. Who Wrestled with Jacob? XXXVIII (2) 119
  239. Flood, Salt, and Sacrifice: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders in Genesis XXXVIII (2) 124
  240. Early Traditions on the Kidnapping and Sale of Joseph: Part II XXXVIII (3) 143
  241. Isaac Betrayed and Triumphant XXXVIII (3) 166
  242. My Brother's Keeper XXXVIII (3) 202
  243. Saving Zoar: How Did Lot Succeed? XXXVIII (4) 211
  244. The Deceiver Deceived: Rereading Genesis 27 XXXIX (1) 46
  245. Thoughts on Creation XXXIX (1) 59
  246. Listening to Her Voice XXXIX (1) 63 
  247. The Torah Reading for Rosh Ha-Shanah XXXIX (2) 83
  248. In Search of the Biblical Hammurabi XXXIX (3) 159
  249. Ten Generations from Adam to Noah Versus Ten Generations from Noah to Abraham XXXIX (3) 165
  250. Adam: Created in the Image and Likeness of God XXXIX (3) 181
  251. Did the Earth Rebel Against God on the Third Day of Creation? XXXIX (3) 187
  252. Joseph: A Biblical Approach to Dream Interpretation XXXIX (4) 231
  253. The Lion, Judah XXXIX (4) 239
  254. The Ages of the Personalities in Genesis XXXIX (4) 258
  255. Observations on the Character of Joseph in Egypt XXXIX (4) 263
  256. Sons of God, Daughters of Men? 40 (1) 15
  257. Eve- The First Feminist: John Milton's Midrash on Genesis 3:6 40 (1) 19
  258. Joseph and the Eglah Arufah 40 (1) 25
  259. Heinous Sin: Harbinger of Catastrophe or Redemption? 40 (2) 81
  260. Noah's Ark as Metaphor 40 (2) 89
  261. Isaac: A Life of Bitter Laughter 40 (2) 105
  262. Kotonot Or (Genesis 3:21): Skin, Leather, Light, or Blind? 40 (2) 116
  263. Jacob and the Angel: Terror and Divine Providence 40 (2) 125
  264. The City of Babel and its Tower 40:3 171
  265. A Study on the Dual Form of Mayim, Water 40:3 183
  266. What's in a Name? Ya'akov and/or Yisrael 40:4 241
  267. Peril and Deliverance and the Akedah-Sinai Narrative Structure 40:4 247
  268. Pharaoh's Dreams: An Extended Interpretation 40:4 253  
  269. Genesis 31: Jacob's Peculiar Dream 40:4 259  
  270. Noah and the Dove: The Intergral Connection Between Noah and Jonah 40:4 261
  271. A New Interpretation of Akarah...Ein Lah Valad (Gen. 11:30) Based on the Talmud: "Unattached Follicle" 40:4 265
  272. Rescue From Fiery Death: Daniel Chapter 3 and Genesis Chapter 38 41:1 24
  273. A Torah With 70 Different Faces 41:1 28
  274. The Garden of Eden as God's First Sanctuary 41:2 73
  275. The "Bloody Bridegroom" in Light of the Joseph Narrative 41:2 113
  276. God Rested on the Seventh Day 41:2 130
  277. The Book of Jubilees and the Midrash on the Early Chapters of Genesis 41:3 143
  278. Subtleties in the Story of Joseph and Potiphar's Wife 41:3 171 
  279. Be-Dorotav: Noah's "Generations" in Light of Antediluvian Longevity 41:3 187
  280. Note on a Latin Term in Targum Pseudo-Jonathan 41:3 191
  281. Outsmarting God: Egyptian Slavery and the Tower of Babel 41:3 200
  282. Sarah's Treatment of Hagar (Genesis 16): Morals, Messages and Mesopotamia 41:4 211
  283. From Noah to Abraham: The Onomastics of the Period 41:4 250
  284. Wordplay in Genesis 2:25-3:1 42:1 3 
  285. And He Called by the Name of the Lord 42:1 8 
  286. Serah Bat Asher in Rabbinic Literature 42:1 45
  287. The Tower of Babel in Eliezer Ashkenazi's Sefer Ma'aseh Hashem 42:2 83
  288. The Book of Jubilees and the Midrash: Part 2: Noah and the Flood 42:2 103
  289. Why Isaac Wasn't Permitted to Resist at the Akedah: Legal Requirement to Obey the Command of a Prophet 42:2 131
  290. Rashi's Midrashic Comments are Supported by a Broad Range of Biblical Texts 42:3 143
  291. The Book of Jubilees and the Midrash: Part 3: The Tower of Babel 42:3 165
  292. A Soothing Savor 42:3 169
  293. "Heeling" in the Torah: A Psychological-Spiritual Reading of the Snake and Jacob's Wrestling Match 42:3 178

EXODUS

  1. Moses and the Burning Bush IV 159
  2. Torah Dialogues: Exodus VIII 44
  3. Torah Dialogues: Exodus VIII 94
  4. The Golden Calf in Exodus 32: A Foundry Engineer's Interpretation VIII 181
  5. Face to Face: Panim el Panim XIII 151
  6. Ki Yad Al Kes Kah XIV 56
  7. The Route of the Exodus XIV 209
  8. Thus They Stripped the Egyptians XVI 41
  9. Eye for Eye XVI 158
  10. In the Shadow of Amalek XVII 44
  11. Where Was the Mountain of God XVII 211
  12. The Evolving Symbolism of the Burning Bush XVIII 185
  13. Why Did God Want to Kill Moses XVIII 222
  14. How Many Hebrews Left Egypt XVIII 230
  15. Could Moses' Hands Make War XIX 114
  16. Gods, Tents and Authority: A Study of Exodus 32 and I Kings 12 XIX 230
  17. Moses' Three Signs: Symbol and Augury XX 115
  18. The Miracle at the Red Sea XX 250
  19. The Call of Moses XX 256
  20. Why Moses XX 271
  21. The Third Commandment XXI 24
  22. The Bridegroom of Blood XXI 94
  23. The Incident at the Lodging House XXI 236
  24. The Fourth Commandment XXII (1) 26
  25. The Nature of the Decalogue XXII (3) 173
  26. Pomegranates as Temple Requisites XXII (4) 264
  27. Why Moses Smashed the Tablets XXIII (1) 33
  28. Dating the Exodus: A New Perspective XXIII (1) 44
  29. Eye for an Eye - An Old Canard XXIII (2) 79
  30. We Will Do and We Will Hearken XXIII (4) 229
  31. The Destruction of the Golden Calf: A Reply XXIII (4) 242
  32. And the Writing Was the Writing of God XXV (1) 3 
  33. Zipporah and the Passover XXIV (1) 46
  34. Exodus: How Big was the Population? XXIV (2) 115
  35. Creation, Tabernacle and Sabbath XXV (2) 79
  36. The Dilemma of the Sanctuary XXV (3) 185
  37. The Sabbath Commandment: Its Two Versions XXV (3) 188
  38. Pshat: An Innovative Method in Torah Commentary XXV (4) 234 
  39. Darshanut: Jethro - Who Was He? XXVI (1) 268
  40. The Code of Hammurabi and the Laws of the Torah XXVI (2) 107
  41. The Speech Defect of Moses XXVI (2) 121
  42. Why Does the Seder Begin with Karpas? XXVII (2) 104
  43. A Pair of Contradictory Texts XXVII (2) 125
  44. The Ten and the Torah XXVII (3) 186
  45. The Fertility of the Early Israelites XXVII (3) 195
  46. Decalogue or Dodecalogue? XXVIII (4) 233
  47. The Horns of Moses XXVII (4) 245
  48. Reading the Pentateuch Politically XXVII (4) 251 
  49. Pi-Hahirot: The Mouth of Freedom XXVII (4) 259
  50. Imperative Verbs Followed by the Preposition Lamed: Compulsory or Precatory? XXVIII (4) 264
  51. The Liturgical Function of Exodus 33:16-34:26 XXIX (1) 27
  52. The Ninth Plague XXIX (1) 48
  53. Darshanut: The Price of Assimilation XXIX (1) 63
  54. Yom Adonai and the Ninth Plague XXIX (3) 197
  55. Biblical Literature and Contemporary Parallels: Alike But Different XXIX (4) 239
  56. The Prophet Versus the King XXX (1) 45
  57. Forget Not Your Forebears! XXX (3) 164
  58. Moses: Intermediary or Teacher? XXX (3) 196
  59. Moses and Samuel: Israel's Era of Charismatic Leadership XXX (4) 257
  60. Polemical Considerations Among the Four Children: From the Bible to the Haggadah XXXI (1) 9
  61. The Golden Calf and Ra XXXI (1) 43
  62. Three Unlikely Leaders XXXI (1) 53
  63. Darshanut: From Enemy to Friend XXXI (1) 60
  64. The Genealogy of Moses and Aaron XXXI (3) 190
  65. And the Bush Was Not Consumed XXXI (4) 219
  66. "And Theses are the Judgments That You Shall Set Before Them" (Ex. 21:1): "As a Set Table" (Mekhilta) XXXII (1) 16
  67. Biblical Reiteration: Expansion and Chronology XXXII (1) 20
  68. You Shall Not Boil a Kid in its Mother's Milk: Beyond Exodus 23:19 XXXII (2) 84
  69. The Names of God XXXII (2) 104
  70. Jethro/Hobab's Detainment XXXII (2) 115
  71. Rashi's Conjectures XXXII (2) 125
  72. The Prophetic Visions of God's Abode XXXII (3) 162
  73. Shabbat: Three Stages in Israel's Experience XXXII (3) 167
  74. Elijah the Zealot: A Foil to Moses XXXII (3) 174
  75. Derekh Hokhma: Two Aspects of the Exodus Narrative: Part 1 XXXII (4) 224
  76. The Expanding Perspectives of the Sabbath XXXII (4) 239
  77. An Inner Light XXXII (4) 270
  78. Dover and M'Daber XXXIII (1) 40
  79. Derekh Hokhma: Part 2: Theological Implications of the Exodus Narrative XXXIII (1) 53
  80. Hatan Damim - The Bridegroom of Blood XXXIII (2) 120
  81. Darkness and Light XXXIII (2) 131
  82. God's Voice: From Creation to the Sanctuary XXXIII (3) 184
  83. A Comment on You Shall Not Boil a Kid in its Mother's Milk XXXIII (3) 196
  84. A God Who Cares XXXIII (3) 198
  85. Fathers and Sons XXXIII (4) 215
  86. The Gold of the Ark XXXIII (4) 253
  87. The Sabbath: To Remember, To Observe, To Make XXXIV (2) 104
  88. End of Exile? XXXIV (2) 131
  89. Four Homicides: How These Were Judged by the Bible and a Speculation as to the Basis for Judgement XXXIV (4) 247
  90. The Role of the Shoe in the Bible XXXV (1) 41
  91. The Weight of the Ark of the Covenant XXXV (2) 115
  92. Shakespeare's Forgivable Portrayal of Shylock XXXV (3) 187
  93. Was the Egyptian Experience Necessary? XXXV (3) 198
  94. The Circumcision Performed by Zipporah XXXV (4) 255
  95. Glimpses of the Past in Genesis-Exodus XXXVI (1) 49
  96. Fraternal Strife in the Bible XXXVI (2) 108
  97. The Numerical Expression of Two Fundamental Ideas in the Torah XXXVI (2) 124
  98. Extra-Biblical Evidence of the Exodus XXXVI (3) 157
  99. The Ninth Plague XXXVI (3) 201
  100. Remembering Amalek Twice XXXVI (4) 251
  101. Reflections of Readers: The Pharaoh of the Exodus XXXVI (4) 268
  102. How God Introduced Himself to the Patriarchs XXXVII (2) 118
  103. Serving God Out of Gratitude XXXVII (3) 192
  104. The Golden Calves: What Happened? XXXVII (4) 250
  105. What's in a Name? Reflections upon Divine Names and the Attraction of God to Israel XXXVII (4) 265
  106. The Hidden Mission of Biblical Angels XXXVIII (1) 21
  107. The Ten Commandments as Positive Affirmations XXXVIII (1) 32
  108. Pharaoh's Three Offers, Moses' Rejection and the Issues they Foreshadowed XXXVIII (2) 93
  109. Significant Anonymity in Exodus 2 XXXVIII (2) 115
  110. Miriam Rediscovered XXXVIII (3) 183
  111. My Brother's Keeper XXXVIII (3) 202
  112. "What Is It?": Interpreting Exodus 16:15 XXXVIII (4) 230
  113. Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh XXXVIII (4) 244
  114. Tzefarde'a: Frogs or Crocodiles? XXXVIII (4) 251
  115. The Pharaohs Who Knew Moses XXXIX (1) 3
  116. Moses at the Waters of Meribah XXXIX (1) 31
  117. Ramah: Upswept, Uplifted, Upraised XXXIX (2) 95
  118. The Religion of the Israelites in Egypt XXXIX (3) 195
  119. Book Review: Redeeming Relevance in the Book of Exodus: Explorations in Text and Meaning XXXIX (4) 268
  120. Singnaling in Biblical Warfare and Moses' Role as Military Commander 40 (2) 74
  121. The Mixed Multitude According to the Zohar 40 (2) 128
  122. The Corner Boards of the Tabernacle 40:3 143 
  123. Divine and Human Anger and Grace: Scroll of Esther and Exodus 32-34 40:3 151  
  124. The Leadership Qualities of Pharaoh 40:3 190
  125. Responsive Voices in the Song of the Sea (Exodus 15:1-21) 40:4 211
  126. Peril and Deliverance and the Akedah-Sinai Narrative Structure 40:4 247
  127. The Ten Plagues: Debunking Egyptian Polytheism 40:4 255 
  128. Jethro the Convert 41:2 89  
  129. The "Bloody Bridegroom" in Light of the Joseph Narrative 41:2 113
  130. Outsmarting God: Egyptian Slavery and the Tower of Babel 41:3 200
  131. Sinai Upside-Down: The Theological Message of a Midrash 41:4 243
  132. Why Did the Bible Allow Servitude? 42:2 89
  133. The Three-Day Plan 42:2 95
  134. Moses: Not a Man of Words 42:2 128
  135. Rashi's Midrashic Comments are Supported by a Broad Range of Biblical Texts 42:3 143

LEVITICUS

  1. Torah Dialogues: Leviticus VIII 140
  2. Torah Dialogues: Leviticus VIII 210
  3. Torah Dialogues: Leviticus IX 44
  4. And Thou Shalt Love Thy Neighbor As Thyself IX 104
  5. Sense and Incense XXI 242
  6. The Translators' Dilemma: What is 'Itti' ? XXII (2) 110
  7. Magical Transformations: Sukkoth and the Four Species XXIII (1) 27
  8. Fasting and Atonement XXIII (4) 238
  9. Love of Neighbor and its Antecedent Verses XXIV (1) 18
  10. Shavuot - Zman Matan Torateinu? XXV (3) 173
  11. The Wilderness Experience XXVI (3) 193
  12. The True Sin of Nadav and Abihu XXVI (4) 263
  13. Kedushah, Holiness, and Ethics XXIX (2) 106
  14. What Never Was and Never Will Be: Rebellious Son, Subverted City, Infected House XXIX (4) 249
  15. Is Incest with a Daughter Permissible? XXX (1) 41
  16. Neshekh and Tarbit: Usury From the Bible to Modern Finance XXXIII (1) 13
  17. The Blood of Life: The Hatat Offering and September 11, 2001 XXXIII (1) 47
  18. Acharei Mot and the Strange Fire XXXIV (1) 51
  19. The Numerical Expression of Two Fundamental Ideas in the Torah XXXVI (2) 124
  20. Life and Death in the Power of One's Tongue: The Case of the Son of Shelomith Bat-Dibri XXXVII (3) 187
  21. The Acceptance of the Convert Based on Leviticus 19 XXXVII (4) 255
  22. Ketovet Ka'aka (Leviticus 19:28): Tattooing or Branding? XXXVIII (1) 13
  23. Sacrificial Categories and Personality Types XXXVIII (1) 41
  24. Alcohol and the Fate of Nadab and Abihu: A Biblical Cautionary Tale Against Inebriation 41:4 219
  25. Why Did the Bible Allow Servitude? 42:2 89
  26. Laws of Tzara'at in Leviticus 13-14 and Medical Leprosy Compared 42:2 121

NUMBERS

  1. The Menorah (Numbers 8:2) I (3) 21
  2. Balaam the Magician VIII 31
  3. Torah Dialogues: Numbers IX 100
  4. Torah Dialogues: Numbers IX 150
  5. Torah Dialogues: Numbers IX 206
  6. Torah Dialogues: Numbers X 28
  7. Spies, Princes and Korach's Rebellion X 220
  8. The Striking of the Rock XII 152
  9. Balaam's Mission - Failure or Success XVII 112
  10. The Rise and Fall of Israel in the Sinai Desert XVIII 32
  11. Why was Aaron Punished XVIII 44
  12. Balaam: Did God Change His Mind? XX 159
  13. The Tassel and the Blue Cord XXI 99
  14. From Horeb to Kadesh in Eleven Days XXII (2) 91
  15. Balaam - Some Aspects of his Character XXIV (3) 167
  16. Judah HaHasid XXV (1) 23
  17. The Red Heifer Ritual XXV (1) 43
  18. King Balak: Happy Endings XXV (1) 54
  19. The Ritual of the Red Heifer XXVI (3) 198
  20. The Daughters of Zelophehad XXVI (4) 260
  21. Leadership in the Book of Numbers XXVIII (2) 125
  22. The Daughters of Zelophehad Revisited XXV (3) 169
  23. 'And Against All the Gods of Egypt I Will Execute Judgements...' XXVII (2) 83
  24. Korah and his Aspirations XXVIII (3) 177
  25. Imperative Verbs Followed by the Preposition Lamed: Compulsory or Precatory? XXVIII (4) 264
  26. A Puzzle in the Pentateuch? XXIX (2) 127
  27. Midrashic Implications of the Term Holid XXIX (3) 143
  28. Darshanut: Phineas and Micah XXIX (3) 202
  29. Moses, Elisha and Transferred Spirit: The Height of Biblical Prophecy? Part 1 XXX (2) 73
  30. Moses, Elisha and Transferred Spirit: The Height of Biblical Prophecy? Part 2 XXX (3) 171
  31. Moses: Intermediary or Teacher? XXX (3) 196
  32. Moses and Samuel: Israel's Era of Charismatic Leadership XXX (4) 257
  33. "Foremost in Rank and Foremost in Power": Conflict Over the First-Born in Israel XXXI (1) 17
  34. The Missing Thread of Blue XXXI (4) 245
  35. Rosh Hodesh as a Woman's Holiday XXXII (1) 58
  36. Wherefore Mitzvot, the Divine Commandments? XXXII (2) 108
  37. Jethro/Hobab's Detainment XXXII (2) 115
  38. Are Most Jews B'nai-Judah? XXXII (3) 158
  39. Neshekh and Tarbit: Usury From the Bible to Modern Finance XXXIII (1) 13
  40. When God's Will Can and Cannot be Altered: The Relationship Between the Balaam Narrative and I Kings 13 XXXIII (1) 31
  41. Eliasaph Ben-Deuel/Reuel: A Rabbinic Interpretation XXXIII (3) 191
  42. Balaam and His Talking Donkey XXXIV (2) 83
  43. Four Homicides: How These Were Judged by the Bible and a Speculation as to the Basis for Judgement XXXIV (4) 247
  44. Who Authorized Israelite Settlement East of the Jordan? XXXV (1) 11
  45. Abraham and Balaam: A Biblical Contrast XXXV (1) 28
  46. Moses at the Waters of Meribah: A Case of Transference XXXV (2) 85
  47. Phinehas: Hero or Vigilante? XXXV (2) 119
  48. Self-Effacement in the Bible XXXV (3) 179
  49. Balaam is Laban XXXV (4) 222
  50. Balaam, Shakespeare, Shylock XXXV (4) 231
  51. The Political Side of the Zimri-Cozbi Affair XXXVI (1) 22
  52. Torah and Rabbinic Compromises with Human Nature XXXVI (1) 25
  53. Eldad and Medad XXXVI (2) 88
  54. Fraternal Strife in the Bible XXXVI (2) 108
  55. Korah and his Fall: Observations on Holiness XXXVI (2) 118
  56. Political and Spiritual Mutinies XXXVI (2) 126
  57. Blood Feud XXXVI (4) 261
  58. Four Acts of Vowing in the Bible XXXVII (4) 231
  59. In Defense of Korah XXXVII (4) 259
  60. The Hidden Mission of Biblical Angels XXXVIII (1) 21
  61. Numerical Symbolism in the Dedication of the Altar XXXVIII (1) 52
  62. Miriam Rediscovered XXXVIII (3) 183
  63. Hot Pursuit Into Canaan XXXVIII (4) 247
  64. Numbers: The Lawbook on Speech Morality XXXIX (2) 74
  65. The Mystery, Meaning and Disappearance of the Tekhelet XXXIX (2) 108
  66. Why Was Moses Barred From Leading the People Into the Promised Land? A Psychotheological Answer XXXIX (4) 211
  67. Phineas, Elijah and Circumcision 41:1 14
  68. The Root G-R-A in the Bible: The Case of the Daughters of Zelophehad and Beyond 41:2 107
  69. "Moses Wrote His Book and the Portion of Balaam" (TB Bava Batra 14b) 41:3 193
  70. The Psychology of Balaam 41:4 227
  71. The Meaning of And He Went Shefi (Numbers 23:3) 41:4 262

DEUTERONOMY

  1. Dor and Generation I (4) 38
  2. Prophet, King and Priest in Israel III (4) 9
  3. Was Simon Not Included in Moses' Blessing IV 51
  4. The Death of Moses VI 18O
  5. Torah Dialogues: Deuteronomy X 124
  6. Torah Dialogues: Deuteronomy X 166
  7. Torah Dialogues: Deuteronomy X 258
  8. Torah Dialogues: Deuteronomy XI 40
  9. Torah Dialogues: Deuteronomy XI 102
  10. A Unique Biblical Law XV 190
  11. Free to Set a King Over Thee XVI 142
  12. Polarization in the Mosaic Period XVI 263
  13. The Fourth Commandment XXII (1) 26
  14. Eikev: The Consequence of God's Judgment XXII (1) 47
  15. Who Wrote Story of Moses' Death XXIII (1) 52
  16. Why is Pesach so Late? XXV (1) 12
  17. Judah HaHasid XXV (1) 23
  18. The Sabbath Commandment: Its Two Versions XXV (3) 188
  19. Arami Oved Avi XXV (1) 31
  20. Centralization of Worship XXVI (1) 26
  21. The Bird's Nest Mitzvah: A Personal Aggadic Interpretation XXVI (2) 127
  22. "Upon the Doorposts" XXVII (1) 40
  23. A Pair of Contradictory Texts XXVII (2) 125
  24. The Treatment of Women in Deuteronomy: Moral Absolutism and Practicality: Part I XXVII (3) 152
  25. The Ten and the Torah XXVII (3) 186
  26. The Treatment of Women in Deuteronomy: Moral Absolutism and Practicality: Part II XXVII (4) 231
  27. Decalogue or Dodecalogue? XXVIII (4) 233
  28. Ecology in the Bible XXVIII (4) 260
  29. The Evolution of a Law XXIX (2) 113
  30. What Never Was and Never Will Be: Rebellious Son, Subverted City, Infected House XXIX (4) 249
  31. The Relationship Between Biblical Narrative and Biblical Law XXIX (4) 263
  32. Darshanut: Do That Which is Right and Good in the Sight of the Lord (Deut. 6:18) XXIX (4) 269
  33. Darshanut: In the Presence XXX (1) 59
  34. The Subtle Grammar of the Biblical Dietary Laws XXX (2) 80
  35. Darshanut: Friends, Strangers, Enemies XXX (2) 131
  36. The Resurrection Motif in the Hebrew Bible: Allusions or Illusions? XXX (3) 143
  37. Moses: Intermediary or Teacher? XXX (3) 196
  38. Moses and Samuel: Israel's Era of Charismatic Leadership XXX (4) 257
  39. Deuteronomy's Definition of Jewish Learning XXXI (2) 109
  40. Moses as Poet: Ha'azinu as Poem XXXI (4) 211
  41. When Did We Become a Nation? XXXI (4) 260
  42. Death in the Bible XXXII (2) 98
  43. Wherefore Mitzvot, the Divine Commandments? XXXII (2) 108
  44. She Shall Mourn XXXII (3) 198
  45. The Expanding Perspectives of the Sabbath XXXII (4) 239
  46. Neshekh and Tarbit: Usury From the Bible to Modern Finance XXXIII (1) 13
  47. Dover and M'Daber XXXIII (1) 40
  48. Four Biblical Options of Moral Choice XXXIII (3) 153
  49. A Comment on You Shall Not Boil a Kid in its Mother's Milk XXXIII (3) 196
  50. A Latch and a Clasp Connecting Deuteronomy 33:27-29 with Genesis 3:22-24: A Proposed Interpretation XXXIV (1) 12 
  51. The Sabbath: To Remember, To Observe, To Make XXXIV (2) 104
  52. The Role of the Shoe in the Bible XXXV (1) 41
  53. The Torah as Divine Fire XXXV (2) 94
  54. Shakespeare's Forgivable Portrayal of Shylock XXXV (3) 187
  55. Seeing the Good of Israel XXXV (3) 202
  56. Torah and Rabbinic Compromises with Human Nature XXXVI (1) 25
  57. After All, The Lord Does Not Ask For Much! XXXVI (3) 153
  58. Remembering Amalek Twice XXXVI (4) 251
  59. The Ten Commandments as Positive Affirmations XXXVIII (1) 32
  60. Miriam Rediscovered XXXVIII (3) 183
  61. A Closer Examination of Deuteronomy 20:19-20 XXXIX (3) 143
  62. True and False Prophets XXXIX (3) 152
  63. A New Understanding of the Divorce and Remarriage Legislation in Deuteronomy 24:1-4 XXXIX (4) 245
  64. Joseph and the Eglah Arufah 40 (1) 25
  65. The Bed of Og 40 (1) 29
  66. The Curse of Death in War 40:4 231
  67. Rashi's Midrashic Comments are Supported by a Broad Range of Biblical Texts 42:3 143
  68. Thoughts on the Death Penalty: From the Written Law to the Oral Law 42:3 173

JOSHUA

  1. The Book of Joshua: Chapters 23-24: Part One III (2) 2
  2. The New Settlement of the Tribe of Dan III (1) 10
  3. The Book of Joshua: Chapters 23-24: Part Two III (2) 15
  4. Gilgal, Site of the First Passover VI 137
  5. The Three-Day Syndrome XIII 111
  6. The Conquest of Canaan in the Book of Joshua: Military and Archaeological Aspects XIII 141
  7. The Location of Ai XVII 153
  8. The Punishment of Achan: The Poetic Justice of Success and Failure XIX 25
  9. Military and Archeological Aspects of the Conquest of Canaan in the Book of Joshua XXXII (1) 7
  10. Why the Walls of Jericho Came Tumbling Down XXXIV (2) 86
  11. "There is no Chronological Order in the Torah": An Axiom for Understanding the Book of Joshua XXXVI (1) 3
  12. Fraternal Strife in the Bible XXXVI (2) 108
  13. One Book, Two Books: The Joshua-Judges Continuum XXXVI (3) 163
  14. Moonlit Leadership: A Midrashic Reading of Joshua's Success XXXVII (3) 144
  15. Did the Wall of Jericho Collapse or Did the City Surrender? XXXVIII (1) 36
  16. The Length of the Rule of Joshua and the Periods of Subjugation in the Book of Judges 41:1 32

JUDGES

  1. Three Charismatic Judges and Their Strategies IV 8
  2. The Hebraic Motifs of Judges 13-16 Relevant to John Milton's Samson Agonistes: Part 1 IV 56
  3. The Hebraic Motifs of Judges 13-16 Relevant to John Milton's Samson Agonistes: Part 2 IV 113
  4. The Hebraic Motifs of Judges 13-16 Relevant to John Milton's Samson Agonistes: Part 3 IV 160
  5. Who Was Shamgar Ben Anat XIV 105
  6. Samson in Timnah: Judges 14-15: Form and Function XV 249
  7. The Concubine of Gibeah (Judges 19-21) XVIII 111
  8. Deborah, the Wife of Lapidot XVIII 135
  9. Chronology in the Book of Judges XXI 31
  10. The Prowess of the Benjaminites XXII (2) 73
  11. Jephthah XXIII (2) 73
  12. Jephthah's Daughter XXV (2) 73
  13. The Tragedy of Jephthah XXVIII (4) 251
  14. Rahab the Harlot and Other Philosophers of Religion XXVIII (1) 52
  15. Gideon and the Ephraimites XXX (2) 118
  16. Who Was Jonathan Son of Gershom in Judges 18:30? XXX (3) 191
  17. The Parable of Jotham: The Question of Authority in Judaism XXX (4) 247
  18. "Foremost in Rank and Foremost in Power": Conflict Over the First-Born in Israel XXXI (1) 17
  19. Violence and Holiness in Biblical Dan XXXI (1) 27
  20. Three Unlikely Leaders XXXI (1) 53
  21. Gideon or Jerubaal XXXI (3) 181
  22. Minhag in Judaism XXXII (1) 44
  23. Samson and Samuel: Two Styles of Leadership XXXIII (2) 108
  24. Fathers and Sons XXXIII (4) 215
  25. The Folly of Impetuous Speech: Four Biblical Incidents XXXIV (1) 16
  26. Deborah: Judge, Prophetess and Poet XXXIV (2) 110
  27. The Positive and Negative Traits of Gideon as Reflected in his Sons Jotham and Abimelech XXXIV (3) 159
  28. Samson: A Tragedy in Three Acts XXXV (1) 34
  29. Fraternal Strife in the Bible XXXVI (2) 108
  30. One Book, Two Books: The Joshua-Judges Continuum XXXVI (3) 163
  31. Lord Byron's Midrashic Lyrics: Part 1: Saul and Others XXXVII (1) 24
  32. Jephthah's Daughter XXXVII (1) 57
  33. Suicide in the Bible XXXVII (3) 157
  34. Four Acts of Vowing in the Bible XXXVII (4) 231
  35. A Note on Judges 13:20-21: Sorting Out the Syntax XXXVIII (1) 10 
  36. Hot Pursuit Into Canaan XXXVIII (4) 247
  37. Themes in the Deborah Narrative (Judges 4-5) XXXIX (1) 15 
  38. Psalm 68: Echoes of the Song of Deborah? 40:4 238
  39. The Length of the Rule of Joshua and the Periods of Subjugation in the Book of Judges 41:1 32
  40. The Connection Between the Idol of Micah and the Concubine at Gibeah: A Rabbinic View 41:2 78
  41. Sisera and Harosheth-Goiim 41:2 95

SAMUEL

  1. Saul and the Witch of Endor V 16
  2. Joab, Captain of the Host V 159
  3. Irony in I Samuel (Chapters 8-15) VI 17
  4. Absalom's Revolt VI 118
  5. Was Jonathan Guilty: A Study of I Samuel Chapter 14 VII 153
  6. The Torn Robe: A Study of I Samuel 15:26-28 VIII 136
  7. Why Did Samuel Initially Reject Monarchy ? VIII 171
  8. Abishag the Shunammite IX 78
  9. The Plague in I Samuel 5-6 X 157
  10. The Prophet Samuel & King Saul XI 202
  11. Samuel and Saul - The Psychological Dimension XI 217
  12. Samuel and Saul: The Prophetic Dimension XI 223
  13. Free to Set a King Over THee XVI 142
  14. Who Killed Goliath? XVIII 37
  15. Who Killed Goliath - A Response to Steven Moss XVIII 114
  16. What Ailed the Son of Kish XIX 244
  17. David's Marriage to Michal XX 79
  18. The Rape of Tamar XX 174
  19. The Prophet Samuel and King Saul XX 225
  20. Not a Blacksmith Could be Found XXII (1) 32
  21. Nabal, the Villain XXII (4) 249
  22. Power of Persuasion: Judah, Abigail, and Hushai XXIII (1) 9
  23. David's Last Sin: Was it the Census? XXIII (2) 91
  24. Jonathan XXIII (3) 143
  25. A Nameless City XXIII (4) 252
  26. Midrash on Saul XXIII (4) 257
  27. The City of David XXIII (4) 265
  28. David and Ahab: A Study of Crime and Punishment XXIV (2) 90
  29. A Biblical Freudian Slip: II Samuel 12:6 XXIV (2) 107
  30. David's Census: Additional Reflection XXIV (4) 255
  31. David's Conquest of Jerusalem XXV (1) 34
  32. Two Sinners XXV (2) 108
  33. Expletives in the Bible XXVI (4) 255
  34. The Saga of the Ark XXVIII (1) 28
  35. Strife in the Household of King David XXVIII (4) 227
  36. The Book of Samuel: A Literary Masterpiece XXIX (1) 32
  37. Bible Translators as Arbiters of Ambiguity: Part 2 XXIX (3) 156
  38. The Prophet Versus the King XXX (1) 45
  39. Tamar Times Three XXX (2) 127
  40. The Resurrection Motif in the Hebrew Bible: Allusions or Illusions? XXX (3) 143
  41. The Elusive Mount Zion XXX (3) 179
  42. Moses and Samuel: Israel's Era of Charismatic Leadership XXX (4) 257
  43. Parental Love or Child Abuse? XXXI (1) 48
  44. Three Unlikely Leaders XXXI (1) 53
  45. The Nature of Kinat David: Public or Private? XXXI (2) 129
  46. Samuel and Saul: A Negative Symbiosis XXXII (1) 35
  47. The "Other" Demonstrative Pronouns: Pejorative Colloquialisms in Biblical Hebrew XXXIII (1) 23
  48. Samson and Samuel: Two Styles of Leadership XXXIII (2) 108
  49. Fathers and Sons XXXIII (4) 215 
  50. Hannah's Parallel Thoughts and Allusions XXXIII (4) 267
  51. On and Off the Beaten Track in Tel Azeka XXXIV (1) 55
  52. David Dances - Michal Scoffs XXXIV (4) 260
  53. Self-Effacement in the Bible XXXV (3) 179
  54. Fraternal Strife in the Bible XXXVI (2) 108
  55. Suicide in the Bible XXXVII (3) 157
  56. Four Acts of Vowing in the Bible XXXVII (4) 231
  57. Saul and the "Witch of En-Dor" XXXIX (2) 99
  58. When Love and Politics Mix: David and His Relationships with Saul, Jonathan, and Michal 40 (1) 41
  59. David's Sin: Counting the People 41:1 53
  60. The Ghost of Samuel: Real or Imaginary? 41:2 104
  61. Magdil and Migdol - Liturgical Responses to Textual Variants 41:2 119
  62. Saul and Genocide 42:1 39
  63. Prooftext That Elkanah Rather Than Hannah Consecrated Samuel as a Nazirite 42:1 52

KINGS

  1. Do Not Destroy the Fruit Trees (II Kings 3) I (2) 9
  2. Said the Thistle to the Cedar (II Kings 14) I (2) 12
  3. What Happened to Uzziah's Bones? (II Kings 15) I (2) 5
  4. Gods, Tents and Authority: A Study of Exodus 32 and I Kings 12 XIX 230
  5. Checkmate: The King is Dead XXII (3) 151
  6. Sound and Silence XXII (4) 228
  7. They are No Longer, For God Has Taken Them XXII (4) 221
  8. The Rabshakeh's Speech (II Kg. 18-25): A Study of Rhetorical Intimidation XXIII (4) 213
  9. The Marriage and the Dowry XXIII (4) 248
  10. The Great Ladies XXIV (1) 26
  11. David and Ahab: A Study of Crime and Punishment XXIV (2) 90
  12. Isaiah and Cyrus XXIV (3) 173
  13. Two Sinners XXV (2) 108
  14. Royal Building Projects and the Ethics of Royalty XXV (3) 201
  15. Pronounciation: A Key to Meaning: I Kings 3:16-28 XXV (4) 246
  16. Characteristics of Biblical Historiography XXVI (3) 177 
  17. Divided They Stand: The United Monarchy Split in Twain XXVII (4) 211
  18. The Temple Plan Revealed: A Mishnaic Formula for Building the Temple XXVII (4) 238
  19. A Fresh Look at Nebuchadnezzar XXVIII (3) 185
  20. The Queen of Sheba: A Queen of Egypt or Ethiopia? XXIX (3) 151
  21. The Tragic King XXIX (3) 180
  22. Elisha the Prophet XXIX (4) 242
  23. Moses, Elisha and Transferred Spirit: The Height of Biblical Prophecy? Part 1 XXX (2) 73
  24. The Resurrection Motif in the Hebrew Bible: Allusions or Illusions? XXX (3) 143
  25. Forget Not Your Forebears! XXX (3) 164
  26. Moses, Elisha and Transferred Spirit: The Height of Biblical Prophecy? Part 2 XXX (3) 171
  27. The Wrath of Moab XXX (4) 216
  28. "Foremost in Rank and Foremost in Power": Conflict Over the First-Born in Israel XXXI (1) 17
  29. Turning to Jerusalem in Prayer XXXI (2) 97
  30. The Words Minhag and Masoret XXXI (3) 186
  31. The Incorporation of Pre-Modern Scientific Theories Into Biblical Literature: The Case of Innate Heat XXXII (2) 73
  32. Death in the Bible XXXII (2) 98
  33. Are Most Jews B'nai-Judah? XXXII (3) 158
  34. Elijah the Zealot: A Foil to Moses XXXII (3) 174
  35. The "Other" Demonstrative Pronouns: Pejorative Colloquialisms in Biblical Hebrew XXXIII (1) 23
  36. When God's Will Can and Cannot be Altered: The Relationship Between the Balaam Narrative and I Kings 13 XXXIII (1) 31
  37. Fathers and Sons XXXIII (4) 215
  38. The Rise of the House of Omri XXXIII (4) 223
  39. The Biblical View of Tyre XXXIV (2) 73
  40. Seder Olam and the Sabbaticals Associated With the Two Destructions of Jerusalem: Part 1 XXXIV (3) 173
  41. Seder Olam and the Sabbaticals Associated With the Two Destructions of Jerusalem: Part 2 XXXIV (4) 252
  42. Hopping Between Two Opinions: Understanding the Biblical Portrait of Ahab XXXV (1) 3
  43. The Solomon and Sheba Story in Ethiopia XXXV (1) 60
  44. The Rebellion of Jehu XXXV (4) 211
  45. Zedekiah: Last King of Judah XXXVI (2) 93
  46. Fraternal Strife in the Bible XXXVI (2) 108
  47. Lord Byron's Midrashic Lyrics: Part 1: Saul and Others XXXVII (1) 24
  48. Suicide in the Bible XXXVII (3) 157
  49. Nivhaz or Nivhan? XXXVII (4) 239
  50. Solomon: The Too Wise King XXXIX (2) 91
  51. Cut the Baby in Half: Understanding Solomon's Divinely-Inspired Wisdom XXXIX (3) 189
  52. Egypt: Nemesis of Israel and Judah 40 (1) 9
  53. Elijah's Battle for the Soul of Israel 40 (1) 52
  54. The Disappearance of the Ark of the Covenant 40:3 174
  55. Elijah and Elisha: Part 1: Moses and Joshua 40:4 225
  56. A Lost Battle of King Ahab Rediscovered 41:1 3
  57. Elijah and Elisha: Part 2: Similarities and Differences 41:1 19
  58. The Prophet Micaiah in Kings and Chronicles  41:3 156
  59. Ruth and Elisha: A Comparative Study 41:4 236
  60. Queen Athaliah: The Daughter of Ahab or Omri? 42:1 11
  61. The Reign of King Solomon: Diplomatic and Economic Perspectives 42:3 151

ISAIAH

  1. God's Plan in Isaiah (8:10) I (2) 25
  2. Prophetic Solution for Near Eastern Peoples (Isaiah 19:24) I (2) 27
  3. Cyrus in the Perspective of Bible and History I (3) 1
  4. The New Kotel Discovery (Isaiah 66:14) I (3) 24
  5. The Direction and Purpose of Time: Isaiah's Vision and the End of Days III (3) 7
  6. Isaiah and the Computer VIII 37
  7. A Guide to Isaiah: Chapter One XI 159
  8. For the Sake of My Name XI 169
  9. A Guide to Isaiah: Chapter Two XI 234
  10. A Guide to Isaiah: Chapter Three XII 45
  11. Gynomorphic Imagery in Exilic Isaiah XII 71
  12. A Guide to Isaiah: Chapters Four and Five XII 115
  13. A Guide to Isaiah: Chapter Six XII 173
  14. Two Righteous Men: Isaiah and Hezekiah XII 211
  15. A Guide to Isaiah: Chapter Seven XII 253
  16. A Guide to Isaiah Chapter Eight XIII 53
  17. A Guide to Isaiah Chapter Nine XIII 117
  18. A Guide to Isaiah Chapter Ten XIII 194
  19. A Guide to Isaiah Chapters 11-12 XIII 268
  20. Isaiah and Hezekiah: Prophet and King XVI 78
  21. The Cyrus Cylinder and Isaiah 40-50 XVI 164
  22. A Drop of a Bucket (Isaiah 40:15) XVII 199
  23. The School of Isaiah: Biography and Transmission of the Book of Isaiah XVIII 62
  24. Isaiah: How the Book Entered Holy Writ XVIII 206
  25. Isaiah and his Audience XX 10
  26. Look Unto Abraham Your Father (Isaiah 51:2) XX 262
  27. King Cyrus, Anointed (Messiah) of the Lord XXIII (3) 188
  28. Isaiah and Cyrus XXIV (3) 173
  29. A Variant Text From the Isaiah Scroll XXV (3) 177
  30. A Slip of the Reader and Not the Reed: Part I XXVI (1) 12
  31. A Slip of the Reader and Not the Reed: Part II XXVI (2) 93
  32. Expletives in the Bible XXVI (4) 255
  33. The Prophet as Watcher XXVII (1) 29
  34. The Meaning of Tzemach Hashem in Isaiah 4:2 XXVIII (1) 20
  35. Yom Adonai and the Ninth Plague XXIX (3) 197
  36. Learning From Isaiah XXIX (4) 211
  37. Universalism and/or Particularism XXX (1) 3
  38. The Resurrection Motif in the Hebrew Bible: Allusions or Illusions? XXX (3) 143
  39. Suffering: Three Biblical Views XXX (3) 183
  40. Foretold, Fulfilled, Copied XXXI (2) 117
  41. Darshanut: Thou Worm Jacob XXXII (1) 62
  42. The Prophetic Visions of God's Abode XXXII (3) 162
  43. Both are the Words of the Living God XXXV (4) 242 
  44. The Prophets of Israel: Both Universalist and Particularist XXXV (4) 249
  45. Were the Prophets Opposed to Sacrifice? XXXVI (2) 73
  46. Prophecy as Potential: The Consolations of Isaiah 1-12 in Context XXXVII (1) 3
  47. The Real "Suffering Servant": Decoding a Controversial Passage in the Bible XXXVII (1) 35
  48. Isaiah's Suffering Servant: A New View XXXVII (4) 243
  49. The Day of the Lord XXXVIII (3) 149
  50. Cyrus as Messiah 40:3 159
  51. Isaiah 7:14B in New Major Christian Bible Translations 41:3 175
  52. Downplaying the Davidic Dynasty 42:3 185

JEREMIAH

  1. Jeremiah's Struggle with his Calling I (4) 21
  2. The Lachish Letters I (4) 23
  3. The Trial of Jeremiah XII 36
  4. Parents Have Eaten Sour Grapes XVIII 1
  5. Jeremiah, A Tragedy: Thou Hast Enticed Me, and I was Enticed XIX 176
  6. A Stylistic-Exegetical Analysis of Jeremiah 46:1-12 XX 84
  7. Atbash in Jeremiah and its Literary Significance: Part 1 XXIV (2) 82
  8. Atbash in Jeremiah and its Literary Significance: Part 2 XXIV (3) 160
  9. Atbash in Jeremiah and its Literary Significance: Part 3 XXIV (4) 247
  10. Baruch Ben-Neriah: The Man Who Was Not a Prophet XXV (3) 150
  11. A Slip of the Reader and Not the Reed: Part I XXVI (1) 12
  12. A Slip of the Reader and Not the Reed: Part II XXVI (2) 93
  13. The Prophet as Watcher XXVII (1) 29
  14. Foretold, Fulfilled, Copied XXXI (2) 117
  15. Is the "Queen of Heaven" in Jeremiah the Goddess Anat? XXXII (1) 55
  16. Jeremiah, the Suffering Prophet and Ezekiel, the Visionary XXXII (4) 233
  17. Dover and M'Daber XXXIII (1) 40
  18. Retroversion in Medieval Jewish Biblical Exegesis: A Study in the Book of Jeremiah XXXIV (4) 237
  19. The Prophets of Israel: Both Universalist and Particularist XXXV (4) 249
  20. Were the Prophets Opposed to Sacrifice? XXXVI (2) 73
  21. Zedekiah: Last King of Judah XXXVI (2) 93
  22. True and False Prophets XXXIX (3) 152
  23. The Trial of Jeremiah and the Killing of Uriah the Prophet 42:1 27
  24. Downplaying the Davidic Dynasty 42:3 185

EZEKIEL

  1. The Aspaklaria of Prophetic Vision I (4) 27
  2. The Vision of the Dry Bones Depicted in the Wall Drawings of the Synagogue in Dura Europos II (1) 10
  3. The Lesson of Ezekiel's Temple (Ezekiel 40-48) II (1) 13
  4. The Origin of the Synagogue VII 27
  5. Ezekiel, the Neglected Prophet XVII 117
  6. Parents Have Eaten Sour Grapes XVIII 1
  7. The Symbolic Acts of Ezekiel (Chapters 3-5) XIX 120
  8. Ezekiel, From Destruction to Redemption XX 144
  9. The Prophet as Watcher XXVII (1) 29
  10. Yom Adonai and the Ninth Plague XXIX (3) 197
  11. Calendar Notations in the Prophets XXIX (4) 255
  12. The Resurrection Motif in the Hebrew Bible: Allusions or Illusions? XXX (3) 143
  13. The Words Minhag and Masoret XXXI (3) 186
  14. The Prophetic Visions of God's Abode XXXII (3) 162
  15. Jeremiah, the Suffering Prophet and Ezekiel, the Visionary XXXII (4) 233
  16. Ezekiel the Sentinel XXXII (4) 259
  17. The "Other" Demonstrative Pronouns: Pejorative Colloquialisms in Biblical Hebrew XXXIII (1) 23
  18. The Utopian Map in Ezekiel 48:1-35 XXXIV (1) 20
  19. The Prophets of Israel: Both Universalist and Particularist XXXV (4) 249
  20. Were the Prophets Opposed to Sacrifice? XXXVI (2) 73
  21. Zedekiah: Last King of Judah XXXVI (2) 93
  22. The Day of the Lord XXXVIII (3) 149
  23. Ezekiel: Priest-Prophet XXXIX (1) 35
  24. Downplaying the Davidic Dynasty 42:3 185

HOSEA

  1. Amos and Hosea: Two Directions in Israel's Prophecy V 101
  2. Hoseah's True Marriage XV 79
  3. Hoseah and the Fertility Cult XV 84
  4. Hosea - His Message XV 88
  5. The Prophet as Watcher XXVII (1) 29
  6. The King of Princes: An Exegesis of Hosea 8:10 XXVIII (1) 34
  7. Biblical Metaphor and the Dynamics of Jewish Demography: A Modern Midrash XXVIII (4) 222
  8. The Resurrection Motif in the Hebrew Bible: Allusions or Illusions? XXX (3) 143 
  9. Hosea and Gomer Revisited XXXI (2) 84
  10. The Prophets of Israel: Both Universalist and Particularist XXXV (4) 249
  11. Were the Prophets Opposed to Sacrifice? XXXVI (2) 73

JOEL

  1. Joel and His Message II (1) 22
  2. And a Fountain Shall Come Forth From the House of the Lord X 48
  3. Were the Prophets Opposed to Sacrifice? XXXVI (2) 73
  4. The Day of the Lord XXXVIII (3) 149
  5. The Prophecy of Joel: The Prophet's Message, Beliefs, and Prophetic Style XXXIX (4) 221
  6. I Will Pour Out My Spirit on All Flesh (Joel 3:1) 41:2 123

AMOS

  1. Amos and Hosea: Two Directions in Israel's Prophecy V 101
  2. Amos, Prophet and Worldly Man X 183
  3. Amos XXVII (1) 20 
  4. Observations on Some Cruxes in Amos: Part 1 XXIX (1) 18
  5. Observations on Some Cruxes in Amos: Part 2 XXIX (2) 87
  6. Observations on Some Cruxes in Amos: Part 3 XXIX (3) 171
  7. Observations on Some Cruxes in Amos: Part 4 XXIX (4) 232
  8. Observations on Some Cruxes in Amos: Part 5 XXX (1) 51
  9. Amos 5:24: Prophetic, Chastising, Surprising, Poetic XXX (4) 227
  10. The Role of the Shoe in the Bible XXXV (1) 41
  11. Amos the Prophet: A Meditation on the Richness of "Justice" XXXVI (1) 15
  12. Were the Prophets Opposed to Sacrifice? XXXVI (2) 73
  13. The Day of the Lord XXXVIII (3) 149

OBADIAH

  1. Israel and Edom (Obadiah 1:21) II (1) 25
  2. Obadiah: The Smallest Book in the Bible XXVI (4) 231

JONAH

  1. The Book of Jonah I (1) 4
  2. Jonah - Transition From Seer to Prophet VII 1
  3. The Literary Impact of Jonah VII 9
  4. The Book of Jonah: A Lesson For All Generations VII 21
  5. The Universalism of the Book of Jonah According to the Teaching of Yehezkel Kaufman X 20
  6. Jonah and Nineveh: The Tragedy of Jonah XII 4
  7. Eastward and Westward: The Movement of Prophecy and History in the Book of Jonah XIII 16
  8. Maftir Jonah XIV 3
  9. The Book of Jonah: An Ethical Confrontation Between God and Prophet XIV 11
  10. Jonah's Race to Nineveh XVI 10
  11. Jonah: Toward the Re-education of the Prophets XVII 10
  12. Jonah's Confession XX 189
  13. The Book of Jonah as Allegory XXVII (3) 141
  14. Darshanut: Jonah: A Transitional Prophet XXVII (3) 199
  15. Darshanut: Jonah and Yom Kippur XXVI (3) 201
  16. Thoughts on an Allegorical Reading of Jonah XXVIII (3) 143
  17. The Epilogue to Jonah XXVIII (3) 146
  18. Seeking Vindication, Especially in Jonah XXX (1) 17
  19. Nineveh and Sodom Juxtaposed: Contrasts and Parallels XXX (4) 242
  20. Dover and M'Daber XXXIII (1) 40
  21. Jonah's Conflict With God's Mercy Toward Even the Most Worthy of Pagans XXXIV (1) 3
  22. Jonah, the Reluctant Prophet: Prophecy and Allegory XXXV (2) 103
  23. Were the Prophets Opposed to Sacrifice? XXXVI (2) 73
  24. Jonah the Rebellious Prophet: A Look at the Man Behind the Prophecy Based on Biblical and Rabbinic Sources XXXVII (1) 45
  25. Jonah: The Conscientious Objector XXXVII (2) 95
  26. Noah and the Dove: The Intergral Connection Between Noah and Jonah 40:4 261

MICAH

  1. Micah's Ideals, Stevenson's Guide IV 79
  2. For the Statutes of Omri are Kept (Micah 6:16) XVIII 69
  3. Darshanut: Phineas and Micah XXIX (3) 202
  4. Questions and Response in Micah 6:6-8 XXXIII (3) 157
  5. Were the Prophets Opposed to Sacrifice? XXXVI (2) 73

NAHUM

  1. Nahum: The Little-Known Prophet XXVIII (3) 182
  2. Nahum's Theological Perspectives XXXII (3) 148
  3. Nahum - The Prophet and his Message XXXIII (2) 81
  4. Nahum 1: Acrostic and Authorship XXXIV (2) 97

HABAKUK

  1. Habakuk 3:13 A Problematic Verse XIII 105
  2. The Prophet as Watcher XXVII (1) 29 
  3. Problems and Solutions of Habakkuk 3:8 XXXI (1) 3
  4. A Reconstruction of Matzor: Habakkuk 2:1 XXXI (3) 161
  5. Was Habakkuk Presumptuous? XXXII (1) 27
  6. Historical Allusions in the Book of Habakkuk XXXVI (3) 143
  7. Biblical Prayers and Rabbinic Responses: Balancing Truthfulness and Respect Before God XXXVIII (1) 3
  8. Habakkuk: From Perplexity to Faith XXXIX (1) 25

ZEPHANIAH

  1. The Suk in Ancient Israel: Where was the Jerusalem Makhtesh II (2) 1
  2. A Slip of the Reader and Not the Reed: Part I XXVI (1) 12
  3. A Slip of the Reader and Not the Reed: Part II XXVI (2) 93
  4. The Book of Zephaniah: Allusions to the Tower of Babel XXVIII (1) 3
  5. Yom Adonai and the Ninth Plague XXIX (3) 197
  6. The Day of the Lord XXXVIII (3) 149

HAGGAI

  1. Zerubbabel: A Riddle XXIV (1) 14
  2. Zerubabbel: The Messianic Hope of the Returnees XXIV (4) 221
  3. Calendar Notations in the Prophets XXIX (4) 255
  4. The Prophets of Israel: Both Universalist and Particularist XXXV (4) 249
  5. Downplaying the Davidic Dynasty 42:3 185

ZECHARIAH

  1. And Ekron as a Jebusite (Zechariah 9:7) XXI 170
  2. Zerubbabel: A Riddle XXIV (1) 14
  3. Zerubabbel: The Messianic Hope of the Returnees XXIV (4) 221
  4. The Warhorse of the Lord XXVIII (3) 163
  5. Calendar Notations in the Prophets XXIX (4) 255 
  6. Zechariah: A Prophet During a Pivotal Time XXXI (1) 36
  7. Foretold, Fulfilled, Copied XXXI (2) 117
  8. The "Other" Demonstrative Pronouns: Pejorative Colloquialisms in Biblical Hebrew XXXIII (1) 23
  9. Downplaying the Davidic Dynasty 42:3 185

MALACHI

  1. Malachi: A Prophet for His Time XXVI (3) 149
  2. The Prophets of Israel: Both Universalist and Particularist XXXV (4) 249
  3. Were the Prophets Opposed to Sacrifice? XXXVI (2) 73

PSALMS

  1. The Contrite Heart II (2) 5
  2. Meaning of Mikhtam in Psalms II (2) 9
  3. The Earthquake that Turned the Course of the War (Psalm 60) II (2) 13
  4. Sparks From the Psalms II (3) 10
  5. Metaphors of the Vine and the Olive Tree II (3) 15
  6. Let Everything Praise the Lord II (4) 11
  7. Psalms of Zion III (4) 1
  8. Psalm 130: A Cry of the Heart III (4) 15
  9. Psalm 24 IV 63
  10. Psalm XV- A Liturgical or Ethical Psalm V 124
  11. Quiz on the Book of Psalms V 205
  12. The Makers of Israel: A Note on Psalm 149 X 122
  13. Psalm 23: A Pattern Poem XI 71
  14. Praise Waiteth for Thee: Psalm 65:2 XVI 179
  15. Tehilim - The Book of Psalms (Part 1) XVI 235
  16. Tehilim - the Book of Psalms (Part 2) XVII 83
  17. Tehillim, The Psalms XIX 191
  18. The Theology of Psalm 145 (Part 1) XX 3
  19. The Theology of Psalm 145 (Part 2) XX 73
  20. The Historical Background of Psalm 24 XX 268
  21. Al Hasetumot Bamizmor (Commentary on the Psalms) (Aharon Pollack) XXII (2) 125
  22. Creation and the Torah in Psalm 19 XXII (4) 241
  23. A Rabbi Reads the Psalms (Jonathan Magonet) XXIII (1) 57
  24. Psalm 119 XXIII (1) 55
  25. Psalm 47: Numerical and Geometrical Devices Used to Emphasize the Author's Message XXIII (4) 258
  26. Psalm 145: Its Two Faces XXIV (4) 229
  27. The Earth is Full of Your Creations (Psalm 104:24) XXIV (4) 251
  28. Hinds in Psalm 29 XXIV (4) 258
  29. A Dead Sea Psalm XXV (1) 57
  30. Some Surprises in Psalm 78 XXVI (4) 246
  31. On the Inadequacy of Translation as Exemplified by a Literary Analysis of Four Translations of Psalm 102: Part I XXVII (2) 73
  32. Psalm 147 XXVII (2) 115
  33. On the Inadequacy of Translation as Exemplified by a Literary Analysis of Four Translations of Psalm 102: Part II XXVII (3) 174
  34. Hesed - Mercy or Loyalty? XXVII (3) 183
  35. A Psalm for Sabbath? A Literary View of Psalm 92 XXVII (4) 211
  36. A First Century CE Date for the Closing of the Book of Psalms? XXVIII (2) 102
  37. Psalm 91 as Responsory XXVIII (2) 117
  38. Particularism and Universalism in Psalms XXIX (1) 13
  39. A Suggested Translation of Psalm 91:1-2 XXIX (1) 43
  40. Was Psalm 50 Misplaced? XXX (1) 26
  41. The Resurrection Motif in the Hebrew Bible: Allusions or Illusions? XXX (3) 143
  42. Exile and Return XXXI (2) 101
  43. Sleep Disorders in the Bible XXXI (3) 143
  44. The "Name" of God in Psalms XXXI (4) 230
  45. The Riddle of Psalm 49 XXXIII (3) 143
  46. Four Biblical Options of Moral Choice XXXIII (3) 153
  47. God's Voice: From Creation to the Sanctuary XXXIII (3) 184
  48. Restructuring Psalm 85 XXXV (1) 47
  49. Restructuring Psalm 47 XXXV (3) 166
  50. Self-Effacement in the Bible XXXV (3) 179
  51. The Menorah Psalm XXXVII (1) 11
  52. Down to the Sea in Ships XXXVII (2) 73
  53. Lord Byron's Midrashic Lyrics: Part 2: The Fall of Jerusalem XXXVII (2) 80
  54. Critical Notes to Psalm 22:30 XXXVII (3) 169
  55. Biblical Prayers and Rabbinic Responses: Balancing Truthfulness and Respect Before God XXXVIII (1) 3
  56. The Differences Between the Wise and the Foolish in Psalms: Theodicy, Understanding Providence, and Religious Responses XXXVIII (3) 157
  57. Psalm 118 (2) 115
  58. Psalm 24:3-4: Nafshi or Nafsho: His Soul or My Name? 40 (1) 63
  59. The Happy Man of Psalm 1 40:3 179 
  60. Psalm 68: Echoes of the Song of Deborah? 40:4 238
  61. Understanding Psalm 46 41:1 35
  62. What is Keseh in Psalm 81:4? 41:1 55
  63. Magdil and Migdol - Liturgical Responses to Textual Variants 41:2 119
  64. The Psalms of the Day 42:2 114
  65. Midrashic Interpretation of Psalms 6 and 20 42:3 159

PROVERBS

  1. Who Was the Teacher in Biblical Days? II (4) 14
  2. A Perfect Wife (Proverbs 31:10) II (4) 17
  3. The Book of Proverbs: Everyman's Guide to the Higher Life IV 71
  4. King and Commoner in Proverbs and Near Eastern Sources X 210
  5. Proverbs 31: 10-31: The Woman of Valor as Allegory XXVII (1) 36
  6. The Biblical Concept of Beauty XXX (4) 211
  7. Sleep Disorders in the Bible XXXI (3) 143
  8. Prolegomena to the Book of Proverbs XXXIV (4) 218
  9. Two Hymns to Wisdom: Proverbs 8 and Job 28 XXXVI (4) 222
  10. The Two Wise Women of Proverbs Chapter 31 XXXIX (3) 175

JOB

  1. Job and Faust II (4) 1
  2. The Burden of Job's Loneliness II (4) 4
  3. The Motif of Job in Modern Jewish and World Literature III (1) 15
  4. In the Days of Job III (1) 21
  5. God's Reply to Job III (1) 25
  6. The Dialectic of Faith and Doubt in the Philosophy of Socrates and Piety of Job VIII 197
  7. Speculations on Job X 128
  8. The Enigma of Elihu XII 217
  9. Irony in the Book of Job XIII 41
  10. Is Job After All Jewish XIV 39
  11. Is Behemoth Also Jewish XIV 220
  12. Greek Logic in the Book of Job XV 166
  13. A Note on Job 6:8-10: Suicide and Death Wishes XV 173
  14. Elihu: The Provenance and Content of his Speeches XVI 90
  15. Job: The Third Cycle - Dissipating a Mirage XVI 217
  16. Job: The Third Cycle - Dissipating a Mirage, Part 2 XVII 19
  17. Book Review: The Book of Job: A Commentary by N. C. Habel XVII 53
  18. Book Review: The Book of Job by S. Mitchell XVII 53
  19. The Paradigm of Job: Suffering and the Redemptive Destiny of Israel XVII 121
  20. The Liberation of Job XVII 128
  21. Jot, Tittle, and Waw (Job 19:25) XVII 230
  22. Were Job's Friends Gentiles XVIII 107
  23. The Volcano in Job 28 XVIII 234
  24. Science in the Book of Job XIX 18
  25. Bulrush and Bramble XIX 170
  26. What is a Gav XX 17
  27. The Problem of Job: The Question Still Remains XX 105
  28. Job, A Universal Drama (1) XXI 13
  29. Job, A Universal Drama (2) XXI 80
  30. God and Man on Trial XXI 226
  31. Three Singular Plurals, Job 18:2,3 XXII (1) 21
  32. Sparks Flying ? Job 5:7 XXIII (1) 3
  33. Another Look At Job 18:2,3 XXIII (3) 159
  34. The Book of Job: Its True Significance XXIV (1) 3
  35. The Punishment of Job's Friends XXV (4) 211
  36. Semantic Parallels in Job 5: Part I XXVI (3) 143
  37. Semantic Parallels in Job 5: Part II XXVI (4) 227
  38. The Book of Job: A Prelude to Prophecy XXVII (4) 222
  39. Implications of the Wager in the Book of Job XXVIII (2) 119
  40. Suffering: Three Biblical Views XXX (3) 183
  41. The Incorporation of Pre-Modern Scientific Theories Into Biblical Literature: The Case of Innate Heat XXXII (2) 73
  42. The Fall and Rise of Job the Dissenter XXXIII (4) 257
  43. The Book of Job as a Book of Morality XXXIV (1) 30
  44. Job's Perspectives on Death XXXV (2) 73
  45. Two Hymns to Wisdom: Proverbs 8 and Job 28 XXXVI (4) 222
  46. Lord Byron's Midrashic Lyrics: Part 1: Saul and Others XXXVII (1) 24
  47. Malbim on Job Chapter 42: The Happy Ending XXXIX (4) 251 

SONG OF SONGS

  1. Book Review: Commentary on Song of Songs by Eliezer Levinger I (4) 42
  2. My Beloved is Gone Down to his Garden to the Beds of Spices (Songs of Songs 6:3) II (3) 22
  3. The Jewish Way of Loving II (3) 26
  4. The Hand on the Door VII 62
  5. The Song of Solomon - A Dream Ballet XIV 166
  6. The Theme of the Song of Songs XV 106
  7. Four Repetitions in the Song of Songs XVI 32
  8. Double Meanings in the Song of Songs XVI 249
  9. Literary Patterns in the Song of Songs XVII 179
  10. The Song of Songs: The Bible's Celebration of Love XIX 199
  11. Song of Songs XXII (4) 211

RUTH

  1. Ruth and Medea V 151
  2. Linguistic Elements in the Book of Ruth XVI 267
  3. Reflections: Beer-Hoffman's Image of Ruth XIX 226
  4. A Problem in the Book of Ruth XXII (3) 178
  5. Notes on Megillat Ruth - Chapter 4 XXIV (3) 183
  6. The Use of Symbolism and Hidden Messages in the Book of Ruth XXX (2) 110
  7. Naomi's Mission: A Commentary on the Book of Ruth XXXII (1) 46
  8. A Midrashic View of Ruth Amidst a Sea of Ambiguity XXXIII (2) 91
  9. The Role of the Shoe in the Bible XXXV (1) 41
  10. Ruth and Naomi: Foremothers of David XXXV (3) 192
  11. Ruth: The Legal Code for the Laws of Kindness XXXVI (4) 254
  12. The Genealogical List in the Book of Ruth: A Symbolic Approach XXXVIII (2) 85
  13. The Mantle of the Matriarchs: Ruth 4:11-15 XXXVIII (4) 237
  14. Heinous Sin: Harbinger of Catastrophe or Redemption? 40 (2) 81
  15. The Eschatological Meaning of the Book of Ruth: "Blessed be God: Aher Lo Hishbit Lakh Go'el" 40:3 163
  16. Ruth and Elisha: A Comparative Study 41:4 236

LAMENTATIONS

  1. Who is Afraid of Edom: Reflections of a Theme in Lamentations V 178
  2. Lord Byron's Midrashic Lyrics: Part 2: The Fall of Jerusalem XXXVII (2) 80

ECCLESTIASTES

  1. Koheleth- A Reinterpretation V 29
  2. Introduction to a New Kohelet Commentary IX 46
  3. Ecclesiastes 1:4 A Proof Text for Reincarnation XXI 28
  4. Koheleth and the Modern Temper XXV (3) 143
  5. Koheleth XXVI (3) 168
  6. Darshanut: Bread on Water XXVIII (4) 268
  7. Bible Translators as Arbiters of Ambiguity: Part 2 XXIX (3) 156
  8. Determinism and Anti-Determinism in the Book of Koheleth XXX (2) 97
  9. Self-Effacement in the Bible XXXV (3) 179
  10. Ecclesiastes, Fleeting and Timeless: Part 1 XXXVI (4) 211
  11. Ecclesiastes, Fleeting and Timeless: Part 2 XXXVII (1) 17
  12. Koheleth and Goethe's Faust XXXVII (2) 103
  13. The Advantage of a Country in Ecclesiastes 5:8 XXXVII (4) 211
  14. How Should We Understand Ecclesiastes 2:26? XXXVIII (4) 219
  15. Ecclesiastes: Part 1: Authorship 41:2 81
  16. Ecclesiastes: Part 2: Themes 41:3 163

ESTHER

  1. Themes in the Book of Esther V 111
  2. Esther Hamalkah the Royal Mistress and Mordecai Hayehudi the Jewish Judge VI 116
  3. Esther's Plan to Save the Jews: Overall Strategy, Initial Failures, Ultimate Success XI 153
  4. Book of Esther - A Novelle XIV 142
  5. The Art of Narration in the Scroll of Esther XIV 152
  6. The Hidden Hand of God XVIII 183
  7. Ahasuerus is the Villain XVIII 187
  8. Reply to: Ahasuerus is the Villain XIX 34
  9. The Book of Esther: Some Questions and Responses XIX 186
  10. Esther is a Story of Jewish Defense not a Story of Jewish Revenge XXI 3
  11. Esther 3:3, the Question with No Response XXII (2) 103
  12. The Funniest Word in the Bible: Purim Torah XXII (2) 115
  13. The Paradox in the Book of Esther XXIII (2) 116
  14. Vashti - An Unsung Heroine XXIV (2) 103
  15. The Book of Esther and its Motifs XXV (2) 101
  16. Reclaiming Esther: From Sex Object to Sage XXVI (1) 3
  17. No Happy Ending for Esther XXIX (1) 3
  18. Purim and Adloyada XXIX (4) 259
  19. Irrevocability of Persian Law in the Scroll of Esther XXXI (2) 94
  20. Ha'achashtranim Bnei Ha'ramachim: Translating Esther 8:10 XXXVI (1) 33
  21. Divine and Human Anger and Grace: Scroll of Esther and Exodus 32-34 40:3 151

DANIEL

  1. The Book of Daniel: Its Significance and Meaning XI 181
  2. Dating the Book of Daniel: The Legitimacy of the Traditional View XIII 120
  3. Daniel XXVIII (3) 156
  4. The Book of Daniel: A Guide for Judaism in Exile XXIX (2) 73
  5. Joseph and Daniel: Court Jews and Dreamers XXX (1) 10
  6. Turning to Jerusalem in Prayer XXXI (2) 97
  7. Exile and Return XXXI (2) 101
  8. A Dream of a Dream in Daniel 2 XXXIII (4) 231
  9. The Book of Daniel: Part 1: A Theological-Political Tractate Addressed to Judean Hasidim Under Seleucid-Greek Rule XXXVIII (2) 97
  10. The Book of Daniel: Part 2: The Influence of Daniel's Prophetic Moral Lessons on the Structure and Themes of the Passover Haggadah XXXVIII (3) 175
  11. The "Wise Courtier" in Rabbinic Literature XXXIX (3) 169
  12. Rescue From Fiery Death: Daniel Chapter 3 and Genesis Chapter 38 41:1 24

EZRA

  1. Ezra, The Scribe VI 87
  2. Aliens and Israelites: Under Ezra and Nehemia XI 245
  3. Ezra Rejects Patrilineal Descent XXVI (4) 250
  4. Exile and Return XXXI (2) 101
  5. The Literary Significance of the Name Lists in Ezra-Nehemiah XXXV (3) 143
  6. Ezra's Radical Solution to Judean Assimilation 40 (2) 93
  7. Was Ezra a High Priest? 41:3 181
  8. Downplaying the Davidic Dynasty 42:3 185

NEHEMIAH

  1. A Note on "Watergate" in the Tenakh II (2) 17
  2. Aliens and Israelites: Under Ezra and Nehemia XI 245
  3. The Relationship Between Biblical Narrative and Biblical Law XXIX (4) 263
  4. Exile and Return XXXI (2) 101
  5. The Literary Significance of the Name Lists in Ezra-Nehemiah XXXV (3) 143
  6. Downplaying the Davidic Dynasty 42:3 185

CHRONICLES

  1. The Book of Chronicles: Its History and Purpose XVII 190
  2. Kimchi and Tanhum Ben Joseph HaYerushalmi on Chronicles XXVI (1) 45
  3. The Biblical View of Tyre XXXIV (2) 73
  4. Dodanim/Rodanim: Three Approaches XXXIV (2) 122
  5. Zedekiah: Last King of Judah XXXVI (2) 93
  6. Chronicles: The Neglected Books of the Bible XXXVII (2) 113
  7. Worship and Four Kings in Chronicles XXXIX (2) 118
  8. Egypt: Nemesis of Israel and Judah 40 (1) 9
  9. Chronicles: The Neglected Books of the Bible: Part II 40 (1) 35
  10. The Disappearance of the Ark of the Covenant 40:3 174
  11. The Prophet Micaiah in Kings and Chronicles  41:3 156
  12. Queen Athaliah: The Daughter of Ahab or Omri? 42:1 11
  13. Downplaying the Davidic Dynasty 42:3 185