Studia Philonica Annual; 2004 by David T. Runia

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to circa 50 C.E.). The Journal appears annually in November and is available at the annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature. THE STUDIA PHILONICA ANNUAL CONTENTS* ARTICLES Cristina TERMINI, Taxonomy of Biblical Laws and filotexni/a in Philo of Alexandria: A Comparison with Josephus and Cicero.

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"Philo and the Epistle to the Hebrews: Ronald Williamson’s Study after Thirty Years," Studia Philonica Annual 14 (): David T. Runia is Professorial Fellow in the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies at the University of Melbourne. He was formerly Professor of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy at Leiden University in the Netherlands (–) and Master of Queen's College in the University of Melbourne (–).

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Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature,pp Articles: ‘The Expository Use of the Balaam Figure in Philo’s De vita Mosis,’ in The. Papers Read at Professional Meetings. Paper: "Titles of Enoch-Metatron in 2 Enoch," Early Jewish and Christian Mysticism Group, American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting, New Orleans, November 24, Paper: "Ex 33 on God's Face: A Lesson from the Enochic Tradition," Early Jewish and Christian Mysticism Group, American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical.

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Schwabe, "Philo, De opificio mundi 15," The Studia Philonica Annual 11 (), pp. "Philo, the Presence of 'Paideutic' Myth in the Pentateuch, and the 'Principles' or Kephalaia of Mosaic Discourse," The Studia Philonica Annual 10 (), pp. Borgen, Peder. “Alternative Aims and Choices in Education: Analysis of Selected Texts.” In The Studia Philonica Annual XXVIIIedited by David T.

Runia and Gregory E. Sterling. Studies in Hellenistic Judaism, – Atlanta, Ga: SBL Press. Philonica et Neotestamentica. The Society of Biblical Literature (SBL) supports the critical investigation of the Bible.

Founded inthe SBL is a member of the American Council of Learned Societies. A simple, yet comprehensive statement encompasses the Society's aspirations: to foster biblical scholarship. Nov 01,  · Studies in Hellenistic architecture.

Winter, Frederick E. of Toronto Press pages $ Hardcover Phoenix; supplementary v NA This is a survey of the architectural achievements of the Hellenistic world. elliot wolfson has published extensively in the area of jewish mysticism and philosophy in the medieval and modern eras.

engaging the immense and complex corpus of kabbalistic texts critically, he also seeks to extend and transform this distinctive tradition of speculative thought. in so doing, he intersects with and contributes to a range of fields and disciplines, including philosophical.

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Book Review Editor, Studia Philonica Annual. Associate Director of the Philo of Alexandria Project at the University of Notre Dame. The book opens up new vistas for the interdisciplinary study of the roots of Western cultural tropes. It is significant, in particular, that the editors, a classicist and a philosopher, recognize the necessity to integrate Jewish and Christian approaches, side by side with the Greco-Roman tradition, in order to decipher our own cultural.

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His research is largely concerned with the patristic appropriation of classical literature and culture. He has published in the Journal of Early Christian Studies and The Studia Philonica Annual.The Studia Philonica Annual 25 (): 17– BOOK CHAPTERS, DICTIONARY ENTRIES, AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS “Speed Dating in the Religious Studies Classroom.” Teaching Theology and Religion (forthcoming).

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