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Levinson, Bernard M.
A More Perfect Torah. At the Intersection of Philology and Hermeneutics in Deuteronomy and the Temple Scroll.
Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns 2013. XX, 142 S. = Critical Studies in the Hebrew Bible, 1. Kart. US$ 24,95. ISBN 978-1-57506-259-4.
John J. Collins
This slim volume consists of two articles, one of which was previously published, supplemented by an »afterword« that is essen-tially a book review. It is therefore a less comprehensive study than the title might suggest. It is rather a detailed investigation of two narrowly defined problems, but it also has some broader implications.
The first essay »Revelation Regained: The Hermeneutics of ky and ’m in the Temple Scroll« is co-authored with Molly M. Zahn, and was originally published in Dead Sea Discoveries 9 (2002), 295–346. It is lightly revised and updated here. It studies the frequent replacement of the conditional ky with ’m in the Temple Scroll. L. and Z. argue that this is not simply a matter of historical ...
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