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As the articles in any recent copy of the standard refereed journals in the field, for example, Journal of Biblical Literature, Zeitschrftfur die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft, Zeitschrftfur die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der alteren Kirche, Vetus Testamentum, Novum Testamentum, Biblica, New Testament Studies, Catholic Biblical Quarterly, Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, Journal for the Study of the New Testament, and the Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament make clear.
First and foremost, these include the 1966 chorus Testamentum, a setting of a satirical last will and testament by the composer's contemporary, the German writer and Latin poet Joseph Eberle.
8) See in particular the instructions found in Testamentum Domini, ch.
Sawyer, "A Note on the Etymology of Sara'at," Vetus Testamentum, 26:2 (1976) p.
Blumenthal, "A Play on Words in the Nineteenth Chapter of Job," Vetus Testamentum, 16:4 (1966) 497-501; also available on my website.
Teva Forti, "Bee's Honey: From Realia to Metaphor in Biblical Wisdom Literature," Vetus Testamentum 56, no.
A further document, the Testamentum Domini, probably written in the late fourth or early fifth century, assumes the existence of deaconesses, but preeminence is given to widows, who are clearly among the clergy along with bishop, presbyters and deacons (1.
He has published in scholarly forums such as Biblica, the Hebrew Union College Annual, and Vetus Testamentum and has published what is now a standard work in the field, "The Biblical HEREM: A Window on Israel's Religion" (Brown Judaic Studies, Scholars Press: 1991).
The Historical Quest for 'Ancient Israel' and the Linguistic Evidence of the Hebrew Bible: Some Methodological Observations," Vetus Testamentum, 47:301-315.
Helgeland, Daly, and Burns do not mention the three later church orders that revise this clause: the Canons of Hippolytus, the Testamentum Domini, and the Apostolic Constitutions.
Nam cum in primeua etate mercimonia exerceret et apud Egyptum et Palestinam cum camelis pergeret, cum christianis et Iudeis sepe conuersabatur, a quibus tam nouum quam uetus didicit testamentum.
compounded in the different versions of the Vetus Testamentum that