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Table of Contents
|Cursus Vitae||p. xii|
|Doctoral Dissertations Directed||p. xiv|
|A Select Bibliography of the Publications of 1973-2010||p. xiv|
|Abbreviations and Symbols||p. xxxiii|
|˘Showing the Wisdom of What He Has Learned÷: The Scholarly Contributions of John J. Collins||p. 3|
|The Hebrew Bible and its Reception|
|Israel's Election and the Other in Biblical, Second Temple, and Rabbinic Thought||p. 17|
|God's Other: The Intractable Problem of the Gentile King in Judean and Early Jewish Literature||p. 31|
|The Original Sin of the Canaanites||p. 49|
|Defining and Controlling Others Within: Hair, Identity, and the Nazirite Vow in a Second Temple Context||p. 67|
|Otherworldly Music and the Other Sex||p. 86|
|How Good Was Ruth's Hebrew? Ethnic and Linguistic Otherness in the Book of Ruth||p. 101|
|The Other in Haggai and Zechariah 1-8||p. 116|
|When the King Is the Other: Nebuchadnezzar's Hibernian Cousin||p. 132|
|Elusive Wisdom and the Other Nations in Baruch||p. 145|
|The Lady Vanishes: Wisdom in Ben Sira and Daniel||p. 160|
|˘The Foolish Nation That Dwells in Shechem÷: Ben Sira on Shechem and the Other Peoples in Palestine||p. 173|
|Poverty and Otherness in Second Temple Instructions||p. 189|
|Transcending Death: The Reasoning of the ˘Others÷ and Afterlife Hopes in Wisdom 1-6||p. 204|
|The Apocalyptic Other||p. 221|
|Apocalypticism as the Rejected Other: Wisdom and Apocalypticism in Early Judaism and Early Christianity||p. 247|
|The We and the Other in the Worldview of 1 Enoch, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and Other Early Jewish Texts||p. 262|
|Monsters and the Crippled Cosmos: Construction of the Other in Fourth Ezra||p. 279|
|Idolatry and Alterity: Israel and the Nations in the Apocalypse of Abraham||p. 302|
|The Dead Sea Scrolls|
|Religious Epistemology and the History of the Dead Sea Scrolls Community||p. 333|
|The Wicked Priest Revisited||p. 350|
|Poetry of the Heavenly Other: Angelic Praise in the Songs of the Sabbath Sacrifice||p. 368|
|˘At the Crossroads÷: Anti-Samaritan Polemic in a Qumran Text about Joseph||p. 381|
|Jews Among Greeks and Romans|
|Romans, Jews, and Christians on the Names of the Jews||p. 391|
|Jews and Greeks as Philosophers: A Challenge to Otherness||p. 402|
|The Persecution of Judeans by Antiochus IV: The Significance of ˘Ancestral Laws÷||p. 423|
|Constructing Jewish Identity in Ptolemaic Egypt: The Case of Artapanus||p. 434|
|Dispelling an Illusion of Otherness? Judicial Practice in the Heracleopolis Papyri||p. 457|
|Index of Authors||p. 471|
|Index of Scripture and Other Ancient Texts||p. 480|
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