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|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
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|| Frontmatter -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Abbreviation -- Introduction -- Simulated Similarities : The Intricate Relationship between the Books of Baruch and Jeremiah / George Fischer -- A Glimpse of the Emerging Synagogue in the Book of Baruch / Michael H. Floyd -- The Inter-textual Dialogue between Deuteronomy 4, 30 and Job 28:12-20 in Baruch 3:9-4:4 / Ruth Henderson -- Jerusalem's Lament and Consolation: Baruch 4:5-5:9 and Its Relationships with Jewish Scripture / Sean A. Adams-- One Author's Polyphony : Zion and God Parallelized (Bar 4:5-5:9) / Johanna Erzberger -- The Biblical Background of the Psalms in Baruch 4:5-5:9 / Géza G. Xeravits -- Receiving the Royal Treatment : Translating hōs thronon basileias in Baruch 5:6 / David G. Burke -- The Baruch Reading at the Easter Vigil (Baruch 3:9-15; 3:32-4:4) / Nuria Calduch-Benages -- Contributors -- Author Index -- Index of Ancient Sources.
|| The series Deuterocanonical and Cognate Literature Studies (DCLS)is concerned principally with research into those books of the Greek Bible (Septuagint) which are not contained in the Hebrew canon, and into intertestamentary and early Jewish literature from the period around the 3rd century BCE to the 2nd century CE. The series was launched in 2007 in collaboration with the "International Society for the Study of Deuterocanonical and Cognate Literature". It provides a logical extension to the Deuterocanonical and Cognate Literature Yearbook, which has been published since 2004.
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