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"A barley cake" (Ezek 4:12a) : syntax and redaction
(2014) - Journal article,
Most commentators and translators have analysed Ezek 4:12a as a construction containing a pre-verbal noun phrase functioning as an adverbial: "And, as a barley cake, you shall eat it". Most commentators have then argued ...
Psalm 22 and the 'Servants' of Isaiah 54; 56-66
(2015-10) - Journal article,
Review of J. R. Daniel Kirk, A man attested by God: the human Jesus of the Synoptic Gospels
(2017-09-27) - Journal item,
How have we changed? Older and newer arguments about the relationship between Ezekiel and the Holiness Code
(Mohr Siebeck, 2016) - Book item,
Transformation of law : Ezekiel’s use of the Holiness Code (Leviticus 17–26)
(Pickwick Publications (Wipf and Stock Publishers), 2010-01-01) - Book item,
Envisioning restoration : innovations in Ezekiel 40–48
(Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2014-07-31) - Book item,
‘I also could talk as you do’ (Job 16:4) : the function of intratextual quotation and allusion in Job
(Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2012-12-20) - Book item,
Persuasion and allusion : the rhetoric of text-referencing in Ezekiel
(Pickwick Publications (Wipf and Stock Publishers), 2017) - Book item,
Translating dikaiosynē : a response
(2014-07) - Journal article,
A response to Richard Moore’s critique of N. T. Wright’s translation of Paul’s use of δικαιοσύνη language.
How Greek was Paul's Eschatology?
(2015-04) - Journal article,