Torah: Functions, Meanings, and Diverse Manifestations in Early Judaism and Christianity (ed. William M Schniedewind, Jason M. Zurawski, and Gabriele Boccaccini; Atlanta: SBL Press, 2022)

Scholars of early Jewish and Christian literature rethink some of the most basic scholarly assumptions and preconceptions about the nature of torah in light of new critical approaches. Essays explore torah through philological, historical-critical, cultural-historical, transcultural, postcolonial, biocultural evolutionary, material, and performance studies-methodologies that better address the complexity of the topic and better reflect the ambiguity and fluidity inherent in the concept of torah itself.

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