Skip to main content Accessibility help
Hostname: page-component-797576ffbb-cx6qr Total loading time: 0 Render date: 2023-12-05T19:02:15.942Z Has data issue: false Feature Flags: { "corePageComponentGetUserInfoFromSharedSession": true, "coreDisableEcommerce": false, "useRatesEcommerce": true } hasContentIssue false


Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 July 2022

Katherine J. Dell
University of Cambridge
Suzanna R. Millar
University of Edinburgh
Arthur Jan Keefer
Eton College
Get access


Image of the first page of this content. For PDF version, please use the ‘Save PDF’ preceeding this image.'
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2022

Access options

Get access to the full version of this content by using one of the access options below. (Log in options will check for institutional or personal access. Content may require purchase if you do not have access.)


Adams, Samuel L. Wisdom in Transition: Act and Consequence in Second Temple Instructions. JSJSup 125. Leiden; Boston: 2008.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Adams, Samuel L. ‘Reassessing the Exclusivism of Ben Sira’s Jewish Paideia’. Pages 4758 in Second Temple Jewish ‘Paideia’ in Context. Edited by Zurawski, Jason M. and Boccaccini, Gabriele. BZNW 228. Berlin: 2017.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Albertson, R. G.Job and Ancient Near Eastern Wisdom Literature’. Pages 213230 in Scripture in Context II: More Essays on the Comparative Method. Edited by Hallo, William W., Moyer, James C. and Perdue, Leo G.. Winona Lake: 1983.Google Scholar
Aletti, J. N.Seduction et parole en Proverbes I–IX’. VT 27 (1977): 129144.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Alonso Schökel, Luis. ‘Toward a Dramatic Reading of the Book of Job’. Semeia 7 (1977): 4561.Google Scholar
Alonso Schökel, Luis. Proverbios. Madrid: 1984.Google Scholar
Alster, Bendt. Proverbs of Ancient Sumer. 2 vols. Bethesda: 1997.Google Scholar
Alt, Albrecht. ‘Die Weisheit Salomos’. TLZ 76 (1951): cols. 139144.Google Scholar
Alter, Robert. The Art of Biblical Narrative. New York: 1981.Google Scholar
Alter, Robert. The Art of Biblical Poetry. New York: 1985.Google Scholar
Ambrose of Milan, . ‘Hexaemeron’. Pages 3283 in The Fathers of the Church. Translated by John J. Savage. Vol. 42. New York: 1961.Google Scholar
Andruska, Jennifer L. Wise and Foolish Love in the Song of Songs. Leiden: 2019.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Annus, Amar, and Lenzi, Alan. Ludlul bēl nēmeqi: The Standard Babylonian Poem of the Righteous Sufferer. SAACT VII. Helsinki: 2010.Google Scholar
Ansberry, Christopher B.What Does Jerusalem Have to Do with Athens?: The Moral Vision of the Book of Proverbs and Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics’. HS 51 (2010): 157173.Google Scholar
Anthes, R.Die Maat des Echnaton von Amarna’. JAOS 14 (1952): 136.Google Scholar
Anthonioz, Stéphanie. ‘A Reflection on the Nature of Wisdom: From Psalm 1 to Mesopotamian Traditions’. Pages 4356 in Tracing Sapiential Traditions in Ancient Judaism. Edited by Najman, Hindy, Rey, Jean-Sébastien and Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C.. JSJSup 174. Leiden: 2016.Google Scholar
Aquinas, Thomas. Summa Theologica. Translated by the Fathers of the English Dominican Province. London: 1920.Google Scholar
Aristotle, . Nicomachean Ethics. Translated by H. Rackham. LCL 73. London: 1934.Google Scholar
Arnaud, Daniel. Recherches au pays d’Aštata, Emar VI.4: Textes de la bibliothèque, transcriptions et traductions. Synthese 28. Paris: 1987.Google Scholar
Arnaud, Daniel. ‘6. Textes de bibliothèque’. Pages 333337 in Études Ougaritiques 1. Travaux 1985–1995. Edited by Yon, Marguerite and Arnaud, Daniel. Ras Shamra-Ougarit 14. Paris: 2001.Google Scholar
Arnaud, Daniel. Corpus des textes de bibliothéque de Ras Shamra-Ougarit (1936–2000): En sumérien, babylonien et assyrien. AuOr Sup 23. Barcelona: 2007.Google Scholar
Askin, Lindsey A.Beyond Encomium or Eulogy: The Role of Simon the High Priest in Ben Sira’. JAJ 9.3 (2018): 344365.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Askin, Lindsey A. Scribal Culture in Ben Sira. JSJSup 184. Leiden: 2019.Google Scholar
Assis, Elie. ‘The Alphabetic Acrostics in the Book of Lamentations’. CBQ 69.4 (2007): 710724.Google Scholar
Assmann, Jan. Ma’at: Gerechtigkeit und Unsterblichkeit im Alten Ägypten. München: 1990.Google Scholar
Astell, Ann W. Job, Boethius, and Epic Truth. Ithaca: 1994.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Ayali-Darshan, Noga. ‘II. Literature: Egyptian and Levantine Belles-Lettres – Links and Influences during the Bronze Age’. Pages 195205 in Pharaoh’s Land and Beyond: Ancient Egypt and Its Neighbors. Edited by Creasman, Pearce P. and Wilkinson, Richard H.. Oxford: 2017.Google Scholar
Ayali-Darshan, Noga. ‘“Do Not Open Your Heart to Your Wife or Servant” (Onch. 13:17): A West-Asiatic Antecedent and Its Relation to Later Wisdom Instructions’. Pages 95103 in Teaching Morality in Antiquity. Edited by Oshima, Takayoshi M.. ORA 29. Tübingen: 2018.Google Scholar
Ayali-Darshan, Noga. ‘The Sequence of Sir 4:26–27 in Light of Akkadian and Aramaic Texts from the Levant and Later Writings’. ZAW 130 (2018): 436449.Google Scholar
Bacon, Francis. The Twoo Bookes of Francis Bacon. Of the Proficience and Aduancement of Learning, Diuine and Humane to the King. London: 1605.Google Scholar
Balentine, Samuel E.Job and the Priests: “He Leads Priests Away Stripped” (Job 12:19)’. Pages 4253 in Reading Job Intertextually. Edited by Dell, Katharine and Kynes, Will. LHBOTS 574. New York: 2013.Google Scholar
Ballard, C. Andrew. ‘The Mysteries of Paideia: “Mystery” and Education in Plato’s Symposium, 4QInstruction, and 1 Corinthians’. Pages 243282 in Pedagogy in Early Judaism and Early Christianity. Edited by Hogan, K., Goff, M. and Wasserman, E.. Atlanta: 2017.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Barbour, Jennifer. The Story of Israel in the Book of Qohelet: Ecclesiastes as Cultural Memory. Oxford Theological Monographs. New York: 2012.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Bardtke, Hans. ‘Profetische Zuge im Buche Hiob’. Pages 110 in Das ferne und nahe Wort: Festschrift Leonhard Rost zur Vollendung seines 70. Lebensjahres am 30. November 1966 gewidmet. Edited by Maass, Fritz. BZAW 105. Berlin: 1967.Google Scholar
Barns, John W. B. Five Ramesseum Papyri. Oxford: 1956.Google Scholar
Barr, James. Biblical Words for Time. SBT 33. London: 1962.Google Scholar
Barr, James. ‘The Book of Job and Its Modern Interpreters’. BJRL 54 (1971–1972): 2846.Google Scholar
Barr, James. Biblical Faith and Natural Theology. Oxford: 1993.Google Scholar
Bartholomew, Craig G. Reading Ecclesiastes: Old Testament Exegesis and Hermeneutical Theory. AnBib 139. Rome: 1998.Google Scholar
Bartholomew, Craig. Ecclesiastes. Grand Rapids: 2009.Google Scholar
Bartholomew, Craig G., and O’Dowd, Ryan P.. Old Testament Wisdom Literature: A Theological Introduction. Downers Grove: 2018.Google Scholar
Barton, John. Reading the Old Testament: Method in Biblical Study. Rev. and enl. ed. Louisville: 1996.Google Scholar
Barton, John. ‘Virtue in the Bible’. Studies in Christian Ethics 12 (1999): 1222.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Barton, John. Ethics in Ancient Israel. Oxford: 2014.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Barton, John. ‘Ethics in the Wisdom Literature of the Old Testament’. Pages 2437 in Perspectives on Israelite Wisdom: Proceedings of the Oxford Old Testament Seminar. Edited by Jarick, J.. LHBOTS 618. London: 2016.Google Scholar
Barucq, A. Le livre des Proverbes. SB. Paris: 1964.Google Scholar
Batten, L. W.The Epilogue to the Book of Job’. AThR 15 (1933): 125128.Google Scholar
Bauer-Kayatz, Christa. Studien zu Proverbien 1–9. Eine form- und motivgeschichtliche Untersuchung unter Einbeziehung ägyptischen Vergleichmaterials. WMANT 22. Neukirchen-Vluyn: 1966.Google Scholar
Beaulieu, Paul-Alain. ‘The Social and Intellectual Setting of Babylonian Wisdom Literature’. Pages 319 in Wisdom Literature in Mesopotamia and Israel. Edited by Clifford, Richard J.. Atlanta: 2007.Google Scholar
Becker, Joachim. Gottesfurcht im Alten Testament. Rome: 1965.Google Scholar
Beckwith, Roger T. The Old Testament Canon of the New Testament Church and Its Background in Early Judaism. Grand Rapids: 1986.Google Scholar
Beentjes, Pancratius C. The Book of Ben Sira in Hebrew: A Text Edition of All Extant Hebrew Manuscripts and a Synopsis of All Parallel Hebrew Ben Sira Texts. VTSup 68. Leiden: 1997. Revised ed. Atlanta: 2006.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Bellinger, William H. Jr.Psalms and the Question of Genre’. Pages 313325 in The Oxford Handbook of the Psalms. Edited by Brown, William P.. Oxford: 2014.Google Scholar
Belousek, Darrin W. Snyder. ‘God the Creator in the Wisdom of Solomon: A Theological Commentary’. 2015. Scholar
Bennema, Cornelis. ‘The Strands of Wisdom Tradition in Intertestamental Judaism: Origins, Developments and Characteristics’. TynBul 52 (2001): 6182.Google Scholar
Bentzen, Aage. Introduction to the Old Testament. 2 vols. Copenhagen: 1948–1949. Translation of Indledning til det gamle Testamente. Copenhagen: 1941.Google Scholar
Bergant, Dianne. ‘My Beloved Is Mine and I Am His (Song 2:16): The Song of Songs and Honor and Shame’. Semeia 68 (1994): 2340.Google Scholar
Berger, Benjamin Lyle. ‘Qohelet and the Exigencies of the Absurd’. BibInt 9 (2001): 141179.Google Scholar
Berlin, Adele. ‘What Is the Book of Job About?’ Pages 113121 in A Common Cultural Heritage: Studies on Mesopotamia and the Biblical World in Honor of Barry L. Eichler. Edited by Frame, Grant, Leichty, Erle, Sonik, Karen, Tigay, Jeffrey H. and Tinney, Steve. Bethesda: 2011.Google Scholar
Birch, Bruce C. Let Justice Roll Down: The Old Testament, Ethics, and Christian Life. Louisville: 1991.Google Scholar
Birch, Bruce C, and L. Rasmussen, Larry. Bible and Ethics in the Christian Life. Minneapolis: 1989.Google Scholar
Birch, Bruce et al. A Theological Introduction to the Old Testament. Nashville: 1999.Google Scholar
Black, Jeremy et al. The Literature of Ancient Sumer. Oxford: 2004.Google Scholar
Boda, Mark J., Meek, Russell L. and Osborne, William R., eds. Riddles and Revelations: Explorations into the Relation between Wisdom and Prophecy in the Hebrew Bible. London: 2018.Google Scholar
Boecker, Hans. Law and the Administration of Justice in the Old Testament and the Ancient East. Minneapolis: 1982.Google Scholar
Bolin, Thomas M. Ecclesiastes and the Riddle of Authorship. New York: 2017.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Bostock, David. Aristotle’s Ethics. Oxford: 2000.Google Scholar
Boström, G. Paronomasi i den äldre hebraisca Maschalliteraturen. Lund: 1928.Google Scholar
Boström, Lennart The God of the Sages: The Portrayal of God in the Book of Proverbs. ConBOT 29. Stockholm: 1990.Google Scholar
Bottéro, JeanLa “tenson” et la réflexion sur les choses en Mésopotamie’. Pages 722 in Dispute Poems and Dialogues in the Ancient and Mediaeval Near East. Edited by Reinink, G. J. and Vanstiphout, Herman L. J.. OLA 41. Leuven: 1991.Google Scholar
Bourdieu, Pierre. Distinction: A Social Critique of the Judgment of Taste. Cambridge: 1984.Google Scholar
Brennan Dick, Michael. ‘The Legal Metaphor in Job 31’. CBQ 41 (1979): 3750.Google Scholar
Brogan, T. V. F., and Gudas, Fabian. ‘Tone’. Pages 12931294 in The New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics. Edited by Preminger, Alex et al. Princeton: 1993.Google Scholar
Brooke, George J., and Smithuis, Renate, eds. Jewish Education from Antiquity to the Middle Ages: Studies in Honour of Philip S. Alexander. Leiden: 2017.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Brouwer, René. The Stoic Sage: The Early Stoics on Wisdom, Sagehood, and Socrates. Cambridge: 2014.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Brown, Jeannine K.Genre Criticism and the Bible’. Pages 111150 in Words and the Word: Explorations in Biblical Interpretation and Literary Theory. Edited by Firth, David G. and Grant, Jamie. Nottingham: 2008.Google Scholar
Brown, William P. Character in Crisis: A Fresh Approach to the Wisdom Literature of the Old Testament. Grand Rapids: 1996.Google Scholar
Brown, William P. The Ethos of the Cosmos: The Genesis of Moral Imagination in the Bible. Grand Rapids: 1999.Google Scholar
Brown, William P.The Pedagogy of Proverbs 10:1–31:9’. Pages 150182 in Character and Scripture: Moral Formation, Community, and Biblical Interpretation. Edited by Brown, William P.. Grand Rapids: 2002.Google Scholar
Brown, William P.The Didactic Power of Metaphor in the Aphoristic Sayings of Proverbs’. JSOT 29 (2004): 133154.Google Scholar
Brown, William P.“Come, O Children … I Will Teach You the Fear of the Lord” (Psalm 34:12): Comparing Psalms and Proverbs’. Pages 85120 in Seeking Out the Wisdom of the Ancients: Essays Offered to Honor Michael V. Fox on the Occasion of His Sixty-Fifth Birthday. Edited by Troxel, Ronald L., Friebel, Kelvin G. and Magary, Dennis R.. Winona Lake: 2005.Google Scholar
Brown, William P. Wisdom’s Wonder: Character, Creation, and Crisis in the Bible’s Wisdom Literature. Grand Rapids; Cambridge: 2014.Google Scholar
Brown, William P.When Wisdom Fails’. Pages 209223 in When the Morning Stars Sang’: Essays in Honor of Choon Leong Seow on the Occasion of His Sixty-Fifth Birthday. Edited by Jones, Scott C. and Yoder, Christine Roy. BZAW 500. Berlin: 2018.Google Scholar
Brown, William P.Psalms’. Pages 6786 in The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Wisdom Literature. Edited by Adams, Samuel L. and Goff, Matthew. Hoboken; Chichester: 2020.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Brown, William P.Virtue and Its Limits in the Wisdom Corpus: Character Formation, Disruption, and Transformation’. Pages 4564 In The Oxford Handbook of Wisdom and the Bible. Edited by Kynes, Will. New York: 2021.Google Scholar
Bruch, Johann. Friedrich. Weisheits-Lehre der Hebräer: Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Philosophie. Strasbourg: 1851.Google Scholar
Brueggemann, Walter. In Man We Trust: The Neglected Side of Biblical Faith. Atlanta: 1972.Google Scholar
Brueggemann, Walter. Theology of the Old Testament. Minneapolis: 1997.Google Scholar
Brueggemann, Walter. 1 & 2 Kings. SHBC Macon: 2000.Google Scholar
Brueggemann, Walter A., and Bellinger, W. H. Jr. Psalms. NCB. Cambridge: 2014.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Brunner, Helmut. Altӓgyptische Weisheit. Zürich: 1988.Google Scholar
Brunner-Traut, Emma. ‘Die Weisheitslehre des Djedef-Hor’. ZÄS 76 (1940): 39.Google Scholar
Bryce, Glendon E. A Legacy of Wisdom. Lewisburg: 1979.Google Scholar
Budge, E. W. The Teaching of Amen-Em-Apt, Son of Kanekht. London: 1924.Google Scholar
Bundvad, Mette. Time in the Book of Ecclesiastes. Oxford Theology and Religion Monographs. Oxford: 2015.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Bundvad, Mette. ‘At Play in Potential Space’. Pages 254273 in Perspectives on Israelite Wisdom: Proceedings of the Oxford Old Testament Seminar. Edited by Jarick, John. London; 2016.Google Scholar
Burden, J. J.Decision by Debate: Examples of Popular Proverb Performance in the Book of Job’. OTE 4 (1991): 3765.Google Scholar
Burke, Edmund. A Philosophical Inquiry into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful. Adelaide: 2014.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Burkert, Walter. Greek Religion. Translated by John Raffan. Cambridge: 1985.Google Scholar
Burkes, Shannon. Death in Qoheleth and Egyptian Biographies of the Late Period. SBLDS 170. Atlanta: 1999.Google Scholar
Burnham, Douglas. ‘Kant, Immanuel: Aesthetics’. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Scholar
Burnight, John Walton. ‘The “Reversal” of Heilsgeschichte in Job 3’. Pages 3041 in Reading Job Intertextually. Edited by Dell, Katharine and Kynes, Will. LHBOTS 574. New York: 2013.Google Scholar
Buss, Martin J.The Study of Forms’. Pages 156 in Old Testament Form Criticism. Edited by Hayes, John H.. TUMSR 2. San Antonio: 1967.Google Scholar
Calduch-Benages, Núria. ‘The Absence of Named Women from Ben Sira’s Praise of the Ancestors’. Pages 301317 in Rewriting Biblical History: Essays on Chronicles and Ben Sira in Honor of Pancratius C. Beentjes. Edited by Corley, Jeremy and van Grol, Harm. DCLS 7. Berlin: 2011.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Camp, Claudia V. Wisdom and the Feminine in the Book of Proverbs. Sheffield: 1985.Google Scholar
Camp, Claudia V. Wise, Strange and Holy: The Strange Woman and the Making of the Bible. JSOTSup 320. Sheffield: 2000.Google Scholar
Camp, Claudia V. Ben Sira and the Men Who Handle Books: Gender and the Rise of Canon-Consciousness. HBM 50. Sheffield: 2013.Google Scholar
Carr, David M. Writing on the Tablet of the Heart: Origins of Scripture and Literature. Oxford: 2005.Google Scholar
Carr, David M. The Formation of the Hebrew Bible: A New Reconstruction. New York: 2011.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Cathcart, Kevin J.The Trees, the Beasts and the Birds: Fables, Parables and Allegories in the Old Testament’. Pages 212221 in Wisdom in Ancient Israel: Essays in Honour of J. A. Emerton. Edited by Day, John, Gordon, R. P. and Williamson, H. G. M.. Cambridge: 1995.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Ceresko, Anthony R.The ABCs of Wisdom in Psalm l.c.x. VT 35 (1985): 99104.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Černy, J., and Gardiner, A. H.. Hieratic Ostraca. Oxford: 1957.Google Scholar
Chambers, Ephraim. ‘Sapiential’. Page 597 in Cyclopædia: Or, an Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences. Vol. 2. London: 1728.Google Scholar
Chandler, Daniel. ‘An Introduction to Genre Theory’. 1997. Scholar
Cheung, Simon Chi-chung. Wisdom Intoned: A Reappraisal of the Genre ‘Wisdom Psalms’. LHBOTS 613. New York; London: 2015.Google Scholar
Cheyne, T. K. Job and Solomon: Or, the Wisdom of the Old Testament. London: 1887.Google Scholar
Childs, Brevard S. Introduction to the Old Testament as Scripture. Philadelphia: 1979.Google Scholar
Christianson, Eric A. A Time to Tell: Narrative Strategies in Ecclesiastes. JSOTSup 280. Sheffield: 1998.Google Scholar
Christianson, Eric A. Ecclesiastes Through the Centuries. Blackwell Bible Commentary. Oxford: 2007.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Civil, Miguel. The Farmer’s Instructions: A Sumerian Agricultural Manual. AuOr Sup. 5. Barcelona: 1994.Google Scholar
Clark, Rosalind. ‘Seeking Wisdom in the Song of Songs’. Pages 100112 in Exploring Old Testament Wisdom: Literature and Themes. Edited by Firth, David G. and Wilson, Lindsay. London: 2016.Google Scholar
Clines, David J. A.The Wisdom Books’. Pages 269291 in Creating the Old Testament: The Emergence of the Hebrew Bible. Edited by Bigger, S.. Oxford: 1989.Google Scholar
Clines, David J. A.Why Is There a Book of Job, and What Does It Do to You If You Read It?’ Pages 122144 in Interested Parties: The Ideology of Writers and Readers of the Hebrew Bible. JSOTSup 225. Sheffield: 1995.Google Scholar
Clines, David J. A. Job. 3 vols. WBC 17–18B. Nashville: 1989–2011.Google Scholar
Cohen, Yoram. The Scribes and Scholars of the City of Emar in the Late Bronze Age. HSS 59. Winona Lake: 2009.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Cohen, Yoram. Wisdom from the Late Bronze Age. WAW 29. Atlanta: 2013.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Cohen, Yoram. ‘Why “Wisdom”? Copying, Studying, and Collecting Wisdom Literature in the Cuneiform World’. Pages 4159 in Teaching Morality in Antiquity. Edited by Oshima, Takayoshi M.. ORA 29. Tübingen: 2018.Google Scholar
Collins, John J.The Biblical Precedent for Natural Theology’. JAAR 45.1 (1977): 2567.Google Scholar
Collins, John J.Wisdom Reconsidered in Light of the Scrolls’. DSD 4 (1997): 269271.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Collins, John J. Jewish Wisdom in the Hellenistic Age. Edinburgh: 1998.Google Scholar
Collins, John J.The Friends of Job and the Task of Biblical Theology’. Int 70 (2016): 288292.Google Scholar
Collins, John J. Introduction to the Hebrew Bible. 3rd ed. Minneapolis: 2018.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Collins, John J., Sterling, Gregory and Clements, Ruth A., eds. Sapiential Perspectives: Wisdom Literature in Light of Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium of the Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature, 20–22 May, 2001. STDJ 51. Leiden: 2004.Google Scholar
Coogan, Michael. The Old Testament: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford: 2008.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Cook, Sean E. The Solomon Narratives in the Context of the Hebrew Bible: Told and Retold. LHBOTS 638. London: 2017.Google Scholar
Corley, Jeremy. ‘Friendship according to Ben Sira’. Pages 6572 in Der Einzelne und seine Gemeinschaft bei Ben Sira. Edited by Egger-Wenzel, R. and Krammer, Ingrid. BZAW 270. Berlin: 1998.Google Scholar
Corley, Jeremy. ‘An Intertextual Study of Proverbs and Ben Sira’. Pages 155182 in Intertextual Studies in Ben Sira and Tobit: Essays in Honor of Alexander A. Di Lella, O.F.M. Edited by Corley, Jeremy and Skemp, Vincent. CBQMS 38. Washington, 2005.Google Scholar
Corrington Streete, Gail. ‘An Isis Aretalogy from Kyme in Asia Minor, First Century B.C.E.’. Pages 369384 in Religions of Late Antiquity in Practice. Edited by Valantasis, R.. Princeton Readings in Religions. Princeton: 2000.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Corwin, Christopher. ‘Classifying Wisdom Psalms’. PhD diss., Graduate Theological Union, 1998.Google Scholar
Court, Simon. ‘Edmund Burke and the Sublime’. Dove Cottage & the Wordsworth Museum. Scholar
Craigie, Peter C. Psalms 1–50. 2nd ed. WBC 19. Nashville: 2004.Google Scholar
Crenshaw, James L.Method in Determining Wisdom Influence’. JBL 88 (1969): 129142.Google Scholar
Crenshaw, James L.Popular Questioning of the Justice of God in Ancient Israel’. ZAW 82 (1970): 380395.Google Scholar
Crenshaw, James L. Prophetic Conflict: Its Effect upon Israelite Religion. BZAW 124. Berlin: 1971.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Crenshaw, James L.Wisdom’. Pages 225264 in Old Testament Form Criticism. Edited by Hayes, J.. San Antonio: 1974.Google Scholar
Crenshaw, James L. Old Testament Wisdom: An Introduction. Atlanta: 1981.Google Scholar
Crenshaw, James L. ed. Theodicy in the Old Testament. Philadelphia; London: 1983.Google Scholar
Crenshaw, James L. A Whirlpool of Torment: Israelite Traditions of God as an Oppressive Presence. OBT 12. Philadelphia: 1984.Google Scholar
Crenshaw, James L. Ecclesiastes. OTL. Grand Rapids: 1987.Google Scholar
Crenshaw, James L.Wisdom (1974)’. Pages 4577 in Urgent Advice and Probing Questions: Collected Writings on Old Testament Wisdom. Edited by Crenshaw, James L.. Macon: 1995.Google Scholar
Crenshaw, James L. Urgent Advice and Probing Questions: Collected Writings on Old Testament Wisdom. Macon: 1995.Google Scholar
Crenshaw, James L. Education in Ancient Israel: Across the Deadening Silence. ABRL. New York: 1998.Google Scholar
Crenshaw, James L. Old Testament Wisdom: An Introduction. Rev. ed. Louisville: 1998.Google Scholar
Crenshaw, James L.Wisdom Psalms?CurBS 8 (2000): 917.Google Scholar
Crenshaw, James L.Gold Dust or Nuggets? A Brief Response to J. Kenneth Kuntz’. CurBR 1.2 (2003): 155158.Google Scholar
Crenshaw, James L. Defending God: Biblical Responses to the Problem of Evil. Oxford: 2005.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Crenshaw, James L. Old Testament Wisdom: An Introduction. 3rd ed. Louisville: 2010.Google Scholar
Crenshaw, James L. Reading Job: A Literary and Theological Commentary. Macon, 2011.Google Scholar
Crüsemann, Frank. Studien zur Formgeschichte von Hymnus und Danklied in Israel. WMANT 32. Neukirchen-Vluyn: 1969.Google Scholar
Culler, Jonathan. The Pursuit of Signs. Ithaca: 1981.Google Scholar
Cyril of Jerusalem, . ‘Lecture IX. On the Words, Maker of Heaven and Earth, and of All Things Visible and Invisible’. Pages 5156 in Cyril of Jerusalem, Gregory Nazianzen. Translated by Edwin Hamilton Gifford. Vol. 7 of Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers 2. Edinburgh: 1893.Google Scholar
Davidson, Samuel. An Introduction to the Old Testament: Critical, Historical, Theological. 2 vols. London: 1862.Google Scholar
Davies, Philip. ‘The False Pen of the Scribes’. Pages 117–26 in Sense and Sensitivity: Essays on Reading the Bible in Memory of Robert Carroll. Edited by Hunter, A. and Davies, Philip. JSOTSup 348. Sheffield: 2002.Google Scholar
Davies, Philip R., and Römer, Thomas, eds. Writing the Bible: Scribes, Scribalism and Script. Bible World. New York: 2015.Google Scholar
Davison, W. T. The Wisdom-Literature of the Old Testament. London: 1894.Google Scholar
Deane-Drummond, Celia E. Theological Ethics through a Multispecies Lens, the Evolution of Wisdom. Oxford: 2019.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Deissler, Alfons. Die Psalmen. 7th ed. Düsseldorf: 1993.Google Scholar
Delitzsch, Franz. Das Buch Iob. Leipzig: 1864.Google Scholar
Delitzsch, Franz. Biblical Commentary on the Proverbs of Solomon. Translated by M. G. Easton. 2 vols. Edinburgh: 1874.Google Scholar
Delitzsch, Franz. Commentary on the Song of Songs and Ecclesiastes. Translated by M. G. Easton. Edinburgh: 1877.Google Scholar
Dell, Katharine J. The Book of Job as Sceptical Literature. BZAW 197. Berlin: 1991.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Dell, Katharine J.Ecclesiastes as Wisdom: Consulting Early Interpreters’. VT 44 (1994): 301332.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Dell, Katharine J.“Green” Ideas in the Wisdom Tradition’. SJT 47 (1994): 423451.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Dell, Katharine J. Get Wisdom Get Insight: An Introduction to Israel’s Wisdom Literature. London: 2000.Google Scholar
Dell, Katharine J.“I Will Solve My Riddle to the Music of the Lyre” (Psalm XLIX 4 [5]): A Cultic Setting for Wisdom Psalms?VT 54 (2004): 445458.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Dell, Katharine J.Does the Song of Songs Have Any Connections to Wisdom?’ Pages 826 in Perspectives on the Song of Songs/. Edited by Hagedorn, Anselm C.. BZAW 346. Berlin: 2005.Google Scholar
Dell, Katharine J. The Book of Proverbs in Social and Theological Context. Cambridge: 2006.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Dell, Katharine J.God, Creation and the Contribution of Wisdom’. Pages 6072 in The God of Israel. Edited by Gordon, R. P.. Cambridge: 2007.Google Scholar
Dell, Katharine J.Job: Sceptics, Philosophers and Tragedians’. Pages 119 in Das Buch Hiob und seine Interpretationen: Beiträge zum Hiob-Symposium auf dem Monte Verità vom 14.–19. August 2005. Edited by Krüger, Thomas, Oeming, Manfred, Schmid, Konrad and Uehlinger, Christoph. ATANT 88. Zurich: 2007.Google Scholar
Dell, Katharine J.The Significance of the Wisdom Tradition in the Ecological Debate’. Pages 5669 in Ecological Hermeneutics, Biblical, Historical and Theological Perspectives. London: 2010.Google Scholar
Dell, Katharine J.Studies of the Didactical Books of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament’. Pages 603624 in Hebrew Bible/Old Testament: The History of Its Interpretation. Vol. 3. Edited by Saebø, Magno. Göttingen: 2012.Google Scholar
Dell, Katharine J.Exploring Intertextual Links between Ecclesiastes and Genesis 1–11’. Pages 314 in Reading Ecclesiastes Intertextually. Edited by Dell, Katharine and Kynes, Will. LHBOTS 587. London: 2014.Google Scholar
Dell, Katharine J.Deciding the Boundaries of “Wisdom”: Applying the Concept of Family Resemblance’. Pages 145160 in Was There a Wisdom Tradition: New Prospects in Israelite Wisdom Studies. Edited by Sneed, Mark R.. AIL 253. Atlanta: 2015.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Dell, Katharine J.Reading Ecclesiastes with the Scholars’. Pages 8199 in Exploring Old Testament Wisdom. Edited by Firth, David G. and Wilson, Lindsay. London: 2016.Google Scholar
Dell, Katharine J.Ecclesiastes as Mainstream Wisdom (without Job)’. Pages 4352 in Goochem in Mokum/Wisdom in Amsterdam: Papers on Biblical and Related Wisdom Read at the Fifteenth Joint Meeting of the Society of Old Testament Study and the Oudtestamentisch Werkgezelschap, Amsterdam July 2012. Edited by Brooke, George J. and Hecke, Pierre Van. OtSt 68. Leiden: 2016.Google Scholar
Dell, Katharine J. Job, Where Shall Wisdom Be Found? London: 2017.Google Scholar
Dell, Katharine J. The Solomonic Context of ‘Wisdom’ and Its Influence. Oxford: 2020.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Dell, Katharine J.A Wise Man Reflecting on Wisdom: Qoheleth/Ecclesiastes’. TynBul 71 (2020): 137152.Google Scholar
Dell, Katharine J. The Theology of the Book of Proverbs. OTT. Cambridge: forthcoming.Google Scholar
Dell, Katharine, and Kynes, Will, eds. Reading Job Intertextually. LHBOTS 574. New York: 2013.Google Scholar
Dell, Katharine J., and Kynes, Will, eds. Reading Proverbs Intertextually. LHBOTS 629. London: 2018.Google Scholar
Denning-Bolle, Sara. Wisdom in Akkadian Literature: Expression, Instruction, Dialogue. Leiden: 1992.Google Scholar
Dhorme, Edouard. A Commentary on the Book of Job. Translated by Harold Knight. London: 1967. Translation of Le livre de Job. Paris: 1926.Google Scholar
Dijkstra, Meindert. ‘The Akkado-Hurrian Bilingual Wisdom-Text RS 15.010 Reconsidered’. UF 25 (1993): 157162.Google Scholar
Dillard, Raymond B. 2 Chronicles. WBC 15. Waco: 1987.Google Scholar
Doak, Brian R. Consider Leviathan: Narratives of Nature and Self in Job. Minneapolis: 2014.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Dobbs-Allsopp, F. W.The Delight of Beauty and the Song of Songs 4:1–7’. Int 59.3 (2005): 260277.Google Scholar
Doll, Peter. Menschenschöpfung Und Weltschöpfung in Der Alttestamentlichen Weisheit. SBS 117. Stuttgart: 1985.Google Scholar
Duguid, Ian. The Song of Songs. TOTC 19. Downers Grove: 2015.Google Scholar
Dulin, Rachel Z.“How Sweet Is the Light”: Qoheleth’s Age-Centered Teachings’. Int 55 (2001): 260270.Google Scholar
Eissfeldt, Otto. Der Maschal im Alten Testament. BZAW 24. Giessen: 1913.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Eissfeldt, Otto. The Old Testament: An Introduction. New York: 1965.Google Scholar
Ellermeier, Friedrich. Qohelet I/1. Herzberg am Harz: 1967.Google Scholar
Ellis, Teresa Ann. Gender in the Book of Ben Sira: Divine Wisdom, Erotic Poetry, and the Garden of Eden. BZAW 453. Berlin: 2013.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Emerton, J. A.The Teaching of Amenemope and Proverbs XXII 17–XXIV 22: Further Reflections on a Long-Standing Problem’. VT 51.4 (2001): 431465.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Engnell, Ivan. Critical Essays on the Old Testament. Translated by John T. Willis. London: 1970.Google Scholar
Engnell, Ivan. ‘The Figurative Language of the Old Testament’. Pages 242290 in Critical Essays on the Old Testament. Translated and Edited by Willis, John T.. London: 1970.Google Scholar
Enns, Peter. Exodus Retold: Ancient Exegesis of the Departure from Egypt in Wis [10:]15–21 and 19:1–9. HSM 57. Atlanta: 1997.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Eriksson, LarsOlov. ‘Come, Children, Listen to Me!’ Psalm 34 in the Hebrew Bible and in Early Christian Writings. ConBOT 32. Uppsala: 1991.Google Scholar
Erman, AdolfEine ägyptische Quelle der “Sprüche Salomos”’. SPAW 15 (1924): 8693.Google Scholar
Estes, Daniel J. Handbook on the Wisdom Books and Psalms. Grand Rapids: 2010.Google Scholar
Exum, J. Cheryl. ‘The Poetic Genius of the Song of Songs’. Pages 7895 in Perspectives on the Song of Songs/. Edited by Hagedorn, Anselm C.. BZAW 346. Berlin: 2005.Google Scholar
Exum, J. Cheryl. Song of Songs. OTL. Louisville: 2005.Google Scholar
Exum, J. Cheryl. ‘Unity, Date, Authorship and the “Wisdom” of the Song of Songs’. Pages 5368 in Goochem in Mokum/ Wisdom in Amsterdam. Edited by Brooke, George J. and Hecke, Pierre van. OtSt 68. Leiden: 2016.Google Scholar
Falk, Daniel K., Martinez, Florentino García and Schuller, Eileen, ed. Sapiential, Liturgical and Poetical Texts from Qumran: Proceedings of the Third Meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies, Oslo 1998. Leiden: 2000.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Fichtner, Johannes. Weisheit Salomos. HAT II/6. Tübingen: 1938.Google Scholar
Fiddes, Paul S. Seeing the World and Knowing God: Hebrew Wisdom and Christian Doctrine in a Late-Modern Context. Oxford: 2013.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Fincke, Jeanette C.The School Curricula from Ḫattuša, Emar and Ugarit: A Comparison’. Pages 85101 in Theory and Practice of Knowledge Transfer: Studies in School Education in the Ancient Near East and Beyond. Papers Read at a Symposium in Leiden, 17–19 December 2008. Edited by van Egmond, Wolfert S. and van Soldt, Wilfred H.. Leiden: 2012.Google Scholar
Firth, David G.The Teaching of the Psalms’. Pages 159174 in Interpreting the Psalms: Issues and Approaches. Edited by Johnston, Philip S. and Firth, David G.. Leicester: 2005.Google Scholar
Firth, David G.Worrying about the Wise: Wisdom in Old Testament Narrative’. Pages 155173 in Exploring Old Testament Wisdom. Edited by Firth, David G. and Wilson, Lindsay. London: 2016.Google Scholar
Firth, David G. 1 & 2 Samuel: A Kingdom Comes. London: 2017.Google Scholar
Firth, David G., and Wilson, Lindsay, eds. Exploring Old Testament Wisdom: Literature and Themes. London: 2016.Google Scholar
Fishbane, Michael. ‘Jeremiah IV 23–26 and Job III 3–13: A Recovered Use of the Creation Pattern’. VT 21 (1971): 151167.Google Scholar
Fishelov, David. Metaphors of Genre: The Role of Analogies in Genre Theory. University Park: 1993.Google Scholar
Fohrer, Georg. Das Buch Hiob. KAT 16. Gütersloh: 1963.Google Scholar
Fontaine, Carol. Traditional Sayings in the Old Testament. Sheffield: 1982.Google Scholar
Fontaine, Carol. Smooth Words: Women, Proverbs and Performance in Biblical Wisdom. JSOTSup 356. Sheffield: 2002.Google Scholar
Forman, C. C.Koheleth’s Use of Genesis’. JSS 5 (1960): 256263.Google Scholar
Forti, Tova. ‘The Concept of “Reward” in Proverbs: A Diachronic or Synchronic Approach?CurBR 12 (2014): 129145.Google Scholar
Foster, Benjamin R. Before the Muses: An Anthology of Akkadian Literature. 3rd ed. Bethesda: 2005.Google Scholar
Foster, Benjamin R. The Epic of Gilgamesh. 2nd ed. New York; London: 2019.Google Scholar
Foster, Benjamin R., and George, Andrew R., ‘An Old Babylonian Dialogue between a Father and His Son’. ZA 110 (2020): 3761.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Fowler, Alastair. Kinds of Literature: An Introduction to the Theory of Genres and Modes. Oxford: 1982.Google Scholar
Fox, Michael V.Frame-Narrative and Composition in the Book of Qohelet’. HUCA 48 (1977): 83106.Google Scholar
Fox, Michael V.Two Decades of Research in Egyptian Wisdom Literature’. ZÄS 107 (1980): 120135.Google Scholar
Fox, Michael V. The Song of Songs and the Ancient Egyptian Love Songs. Madison: 1985.Google Scholar
Fox, Michael V.Egyptian Onomastica and Biblical Wisdom’. VT 36.3 (1986): 302310.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Fox, Michael V.Qohelet’s Epistemology’. HUCA 58 (1987): 137155.Google Scholar
Fox, Michael V. Qohelet and His Contradictions. Sheffield: 1989.Google Scholar
Fox, Michael V.Wisdom in Qoheleth’. Pages 115131 in In Search of Wisdom: Essays in Memory of John G. Gammie. Edited by Perdue, Leo G., Scott, Bernard Brandon and Wiseman, William Johnston. Louisville: 1993.Google Scholar
Fox, Michael V.World-Order and Ma’at: A Crooked Parallel’. JANESCU 23 (1995): 3748.Google Scholar
Fox, Michael V.Ideas of Wisdom in Proverbs 1–9’. JBL 116.4 (1997): 613633.Google Scholar
Fox, Michael V.Who Can Learn? A Dispute in Ancient Pedagogy’. Pages 6277 in Wisdom, You Are My Sister: Studies in Honor of Roland E. Murphy, O. Carm, on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday. Edited by Barré, Michael L.. Washington, 1997.Google Scholar
Fox, Michael V. A Time to Tear Down and a Time to Build Up: A Re-reading of Ecclesiastes. Grand Rapids: 1999.Google Scholar
Fox, Michael V. Proverbs 1–9: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary. AB 19A. New York: 2000.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Fox, Michael V.Like Grapes of Gold Set in Silver: An Interpretation of Proverbial Clusters in Proverbs 10:1–22:16’. HS 44 (2003): 267272.Google Scholar
Fox, Michael V.Wisdom and the Self-Presentation of Wisdom Literature’. Pages 153172 in Reading from Right to Left: Essays on the Hebrew Bible in Honour of David J. A. Clines. Edited by Exum, J. Cheryl and Williamson, H. G. M.. Sheffield: 2003.Google Scholar
Fox, Michael V. Ecclesiastes: The Traditional Hebrew Text with the New JPS Translation. Philadelphia: 2004.Google Scholar
Fox, Michael V.The Epistemology of the Book of Proverbs’. JBL 126 (2007): 669684.Google Scholar
Fox, Michael V.Ethics and Wisdom in the Book of Proverbs’. HS 48 (2009): 7588.Google Scholar
Fox, Michael V. Proverbs 10–31: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary. AB 18B. New Haven: 2009.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Fox, Michael V.From Amenemope to Proverbs’. ZAW 126.1 (2014): 7691.Google Scholar
Fox, Michael V.Three Theses on Wisdom’. Pages 6986 in Was There a Wisdom Tradition? New Prospects in Israelite Wisdom Studies. Edited by Sneed, Mark R.. Atlanta: 2015.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Fox, Michael V.The Speaker in Job 28’. Pages 2138 in ‘When the Morning Stars Sang’: Essays in Honor of Choon Leong Seow on the Occasion of His Sixty-Fifth Birthday. Edited by Jones, Scott C. and Yoder, Christine Roy. BZAW 500. Berlin: 2018.Google Scholar
Frankfort, Henri. Ancient Egyptian Religion. New York: 1948; 1961.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Fraser, Peter M. Ptolemaic Alexandria. Vol. 1. Oxford: 1972.Google Scholar
Fredericks, Daniel C. Qoheleth’s Language: Re-Evaluating Its Nature and Date. Lampeter: 1988.Google Scholar
Fredericks, Daniel C. Coping with Transience: Ecclesiastes on Brevity in Life. Biblical Seminar 18. Sheffield: 1993.Google Scholar
Fretheim, Terence E. God and World in the Old Testament: A Relational Theology of Creation. Nashville; Edinburgh: 2005.Google Scholar
Frydrych, Tomás. Living under the Sun: Examination of Proverbs and Qoheleth. VTSup. Leiden: 2002.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Gadamer, Hans-Georg. Truth and Method. 2nd rev. ed. Translated by Joel Weinsheimer and Donald G. Marshall. London: 2004.Google Scholar
Galling, Kurt. ‘Koheleth-Studien’. ZAW 50 (1932): 276299.Google Scholar
Gammie, John G.Paraenetic Literature: Toward the Morphology of a Secondary Genre’. Semeia 50 (1990): 4177.Google Scholar
García Martínez, Florentino, and Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C.. The Dead Sea Scrolls: Study Edition. Leiden: 1997.Google Scholar
Gardiner, Alan H.The Instruction Addressed to Kagemni and his Brethren’. JEA 32 (1946): 7174.Google Scholar
Gardiner, Alan H. Ancient Egyptian Onomastica. London: 1947.Google Scholar
Garrett, Duane A. Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs. Nashville: 1993.Google Scholar
Garrett, Duane, and House, Paul R.. Song of Songs/Lamentations. WBC 23B. Nashville: 2004.Google Scholar
Genung, John F. The Epic of the Inner Life Being the Book of Job. Boston: 1891.Google Scholar
George, Andrew R. Babylonian Literary Texts in the Schøyen Collection. CUSAS 10. Bethesda: 2009.Google Scholar
Georgi, Dieter. ‘Das Wesen der Weisheit nach der “Weisheit Salomos”’. Pages 6681 in Gnosis und Politik. Religionstheorie und Politische Theologie 2. Edited by Taubes, J.. Munich: 1984.Google Scholar
Gericke, Jaco. ‘Axiological Assumptions in Qohelet: A Historical-Philosophical Clarification’. Verbum et Ecclesia 33 (2012): 16.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Gericke, Jaco. The Hebrew Bible and Philosophy of Religion. SBLRBS 70. Atlanta: 2012.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Gerstenberger, Erhard S.Non-Temple Psalms: The Cultic Setting Revisited’. Pages 338349 in The Oxford Handbook of the Psalms. Edited by Brown, William P.. Oxford: 2014.Google Scholar
Gese, Hartmut. Lehre und Wirklichkeit der alten Weisheit: Studien zu den Sprüchen Salomos und zu dem Buche Hiob. Tübingen: 1958.Google Scholar
Gese, Hartmut. Alttestamentliche Studien. Tübingen: 1991.Google Scholar
Gianto, Agustinus. ‘On יש of Reflection in the Book of Proverbs’. Pages 157162 in ‘When the Morning Stars Sang’: Essays in Honor of Choon Leong Seow on the Occasion of His Sixty-Fifth Birthday. Edited by Jones, Scott C. and Yoder, Christine Roy. BZAW 500. Berlin: 2018.Google Scholar
Giese, Curtis. ‘The Genre of Ecclesiastes as Viewed by Its Septuagint Translator and the Early Church Fathers’. PhD diss., Hebrew Union College, 1999.Google Scholar
Gilbert, Maurice S. J.The Review of History in Ben Sira 44–50 and Wisdom 10–19’. Pages 319334 in Rewriting Biblical History: Essays on Chronicles and Ben Sira in Honor of Pancratius C. Beentjes. Edited by Corley, Jeremy and Grol, Harm van. DCLS 7. Berlin: 2011.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Gilbert, Maurice S. J. La Sagesse de Salomon/The Wisdom of Solomon: Recueil d’études/Selected Essays. AnBib 189. Rome: 2011.Google Scholar
Gillingham, Susan E. The Poems and Psalms of the Hebrew Bible. Oxford Bible Series. Oxford: 1994.Google Scholar
Gillingham, Susan E.The Levites and the Editorial Composition of the Psalms’. Pages 201213 in The Oxford Handbook of the Psalms. Edited by Brown, William P.. Oxford: 2014.Google Scholar
Gillingham, Susan E.“I Will Incline My Ear to a Proverb; I Will Solve My Riddle to the Music of the Harp” (Psalm 49.4): The Wisdom Tradition and the Psalms’. Pages 277309 in Perspectives on Israelite Wisdom: Proceedings of the Oxford Old Testament Seminar. Edited by Jarick, John. LHBOTS 618. London; New York: 2016.Google Scholar
Ginsburg, Christian D. The Song of Songs: Translated from the Original Hebrew, with a Commentary Historical and Critical. London: 1857.Google Scholar
Glicksman, Andrew T. Wisdom of Solomon 10: A Jewish Hellenistic Reinterpretation of Early Israelite History through Sapiential Lenses. Berlin: 2011.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Goedicke, Hans. ‘Die Lehre eines Mannes für seinen Sohn’. ZÄS 94 (1967): 6271.Google Scholar
Goering, Greg Schmidt. Wisdom’s Root Revealed: Ben Sira and the Election of Israel. JSJSup 139. Leiden: 2009.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Goering, Greg Schmidt. ‘Proleptic Fulfillment of the Prophetic Word: Ezekiel’s Dirges over Tyre and Its Ruler’. JSOT 36 (2012): 483505.Google Scholar
Goff, Matthew J.Hellenistic Instruction in Palestine and Egypt: Ben Sira and Papyrus Insinger’. JSJ 36.2 (2005): 147172.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Goff, Matthew J. Discerning Wisdom: The Sapiential Literature of the Dead Sea Scrolls. VTSup 116. Leiden; Boston: 2007.Google Scholar
Goff, Matthew J.Genesis 1–3 and Conceptions of Humankind in 4QInstruction, Philo and Paul’. Pages 114125 in Early Christian Literature and Intertextuality. Vol. 2. Edited by Evans, C. and Zacharias, H. D.. London: 2009.Google Scholar
Goff, Matthew J. 4QInstruction: A Commentary. WLAW 2. Atlanta: 2013.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Goff, Matthew J.Scribes and Pedagogy in Ancient Israel and Second Temple Judaism’. Pages 195212 in The Wiley Companion to Wisdom Literature. Edited by Adams, Samuel L. and Goff, Matthew J.. Hoboken; Chichester: 2020.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Goff, Matthew J.The Pursuit of Wisdom at Qumran: Assessing the Classification “Wisdom Literature” and Its Application to the Dead Sea Scrolls’. Pages 617634 in The Oxford Handbook of Wisdom and the Bible. New York: 2021.Google Scholar
Goldingay, John. ‘The Arrangement of Sayings in Proverbs 10–15’. JSOT 61 (1994): 7583.Google Scholar
Gordis, Robert. The Book of God and Man: A Study of Job. Chicago: 1978.Google Scholar
Gordley, Matthew E. Teaching through Song in Antiquity: Didactic Hymnody among Greeks, Romans, Jews, and Christians. WUNT II/302. Tübingen: 2011.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Goshen-Gottstein, Alon. ‘Ben Sira’s Praise of the Fathers: A Canon-Conscious Reading’. Pages 235267 in Ben Sira’s God: Proceedings of the International Ben Sira Conference, Durham – Ushaw College 2001. Edited by Egger-Wenzel, Renate. BZAW 321. Berlin: 2002.Google Scholar
Gottlieb, Fred. ‘The Creation Theme in Genesis 1, Psalm 104 and Job 38–42’. JBQ 44 (2016): 2936.Google Scholar
Gowan, Donald E.God’s Answer to Job: How Is It an Answer?HBT 8 (1986): 85102.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Gowan, Donald E.Reading Job as a “Wisdom Script”’. JSOT 17 (1992): 8595.Google Scholar
Gray, John. The Book of Job: The Text of the Hebrew Bible 1. Sheffield: 2010.Google Scholar
Greenstein, Edward L.Sages with a Sense of Humour: The Babylonian Dialogue between a Man and His Servant and the Book of Qoheleth’. Pages 5565 in Wisdom Literature in Mesopotamia and Israel. Edited by Clifford, Richard J.. SBL Symposium Series 36. Atlanta: 2007.Google Scholar
Greenstein, Edward L.The Problem of Evil in the Book of Job’. Pages 333362 in Mishneh Todah: Studies in Deuteronomy and Its Cultural Environment in Honor of Jeffrey H. Tigay. Edited by Fox, Nili S., Glatt-Gilad, David A. and Williams, Michael J.. Winona Lake: 2009.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Greenstein, Edward L.Wisdom in Ugaritic’. Pages 6989 in Language and Nature: Papers Presented to John Huehnergard on the Occasion of His 60th Birthday. Edited by Hasselbach, Rebecca and Pat-El, Naama. SAOC 67. Chicago: 2012.Google Scholar
Gregory, Bradley C. Like an Everlasting Signet Ring: Generosity in the Book of Sirach. DCLS 2. Berlin: 2010.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Gregory, Bradley C.Empathy in the Ethical Rhetoric of Ben Sira’. Pages 103119 in Emotions from Ben Sira to Paul. Edited by Egger-Wenzel, R. and Corley, Jeremy. Berlin: 2012.Google Scholar
Gregory the Great, . Morals on the Book of Job. Translated by Charles Marriott. London: 1844.Google Scholar
Gregory of Nyssa, . On the Inscriptions of the Psalms. Archbishop Iakovos Library of Ecclesiastical and Historical Sources. Brookline: n.d. Scholar
Grossberg, Daniel. ‘Two Kinds of Sexual Relationships in the Hebrew Bible’. HS 35 (1994): 125.Google Scholar
Gunkel, Hermann. Die Psalmen: Übersetzt und erklärt. HKAT. Göttingen: 1926.Google Scholar
Gunkel, Hermann, and Begrich, Joachim. Introduction to Cultic Poetry: The Genres of Religious Lyric of Israel. Repr., Macon: 1998.Google Scholar
Gunkel, Hermann, and Begrich, Joachim. Introduction to Psalms: The Genres of Religious Lyrics of Israel. Translated by James D. Nogalski. Mercer Library of Biblical Studies. Macon: 1998.Google Scholar
Gutiérrez, Gustavo. On Job: God-Talk and the Suffering of the Innocent. Maryknoll: 1987.Google Scholar
Habel, Norman C.Ezekiel 28 and the Fall of the First Man’. CTM 38 (1967): 516524.Google Scholar
Habel, Norman C.The Symbolism of Wisdom in Proverbs 1–9’. Int 26 (1972): 131157.Google Scholar
Habel, Norman C. The Book of Job: A Commentary. OTL. Philadelphia: 1985.Google Scholar
Habel, Norman C., and Wurst, Shirley, eds. The Earth Story in Wisdom Traditions. Vol. 3 of The Earth Bible. Sheffield: 2001.Google Scholar
Hallo, William W., ed. Canonical Compositions from the Biblical World. Vol. 1 of The Context of Scripture. Leiden: 1997.Google Scholar
Hallo, William W., and Younger, Lawson R., eds. Context of Scripture: Canonical Compositions from the Biblical World, Volume 1. Leiden: 2003.Google Scholar
Harding, James Edward. ‘The Book of Job as Metaprophecy’. SR 39 (2010): 523547.Google Scholar
Harkins, Angela K. Reading with an ‘I’ to the Heavens: Looking at the Qumran Hodayot through the Lens of Visionary Traditions. Ekstasis 3. Berlin: 2012.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Harrington, Daniel J. Wisdom Texts from Qumran. New York: 1996.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Hart, David Bentley. The Beauty of the Infinite, the Aesthetics of Christian Truth. Grand Rapids: 2003.Google Scholar
Hartley, John E. The Book of Job. NICOT. Grand Rapids: 1988.Google Scholar
Hatton, Peter T. H. Contradiction in the Book of Proverbs: The Deep Waters of Counsel. SOTSMS. Aldershot: 2008.Google Scholar
Hatton, Peter T. H.A Cautionary Tale: The Acts-Consequence Construct’. JSOT 35 (2011): 375384.Google Scholar
Hawley, Lance R. Metaphor Competition in the Book of Job. JAJSup. Göttingen: 2018.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Hawley, Robert. ‘On the Alphabetic Scribal Curriculum at Ugarit’. Pages 5767 in Proceedings of the 51st Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale Held at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, July 18–22, 2005. Edited by Biggs, Robert D., Myers, Jennie and Roth, Martha T.. SAOC 62. Chicago: 2008.Google Scholar
Hays, J. Daniel. ‘Has the Narrator Come to Praise Solomon or to Bury Him?: Narrative Subtlety in 1 Kings 1–11’, JSOT 28 (2003): 149174.Google Scholar
Heaton, Eric W. The School Tradition of the Old Testament. Oxford: 1994.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Hedlin, Kimberly Susan. ‘The Book of Job in Early Modern England’. PhD diss., University of California, 2018.Google Scholar
Heim, Knut M. Like Grapes of Gold Set in Silver: An Interpretation of Proverbial Clusters in Proverbs 10:1–22:16. BZAW 273. Berlin: 2001.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Heim, Knut M. Poetic Imagination in Proverbs: Variant Repetitions and the Nature of Poetry. BBRSup 4. Winona Lake: 2013.Google Scholar
Heim, Knut M.The Phenomenon and Literature of Wisdom’. Pages 559593 in Hebrew Bible/Old Testament: The History of Its Interpretation. Vol. 3. Edited by Saebø, M.. Göttingen: 2015.Google Scholar
Helck, W. Die Lehre des Dw3-Htjj. Wiesbaden: 1970.Google Scholar
Hempel, Charlotte, Lange, Armin and Lichtenberger, Hermann, eds. The Wisdom Texts from Qumran and the Development of Sapiential Thought. Leuven: 2002.Google Scholar
Hengel, Martin. Judentum und Hellenismus: Studien zu ihrer Begegnung unter besonderer Berücksichtigung Palästinas bis zur Mitte des 2. Jh.s v. Chr. WUNT 10. Tübingen: 1988.Google Scholar
Hermisson, Hans-Jürgen. Studien zur israelitischen Spruchweisheit. Neukirchen-Vluyn: 1968.Google Scholar
Hertzberg, Hans Wilhelm. Der Prediger (Qohelet). Leipzig: 1932.Google Scholar
Heschel, Susannah. The Aryan Jesus, Christian Theologians and the Bible in Nazi Germany. Princeton: 2008.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Hildebrandt, Theodore A.Proverbial Pairs: Compositional Units in Proverbs 10–29’, JBL 107 (1988): 207224.Google Scholar
Hildebrandt, Theodore A.Proverbial Strings: Cohesion in Proverbs 10’. GTJ 11 (1990): 171185.Google Scholar
Hirsch, E. D. Jr. Validity in Interpretation. New Haven: 1967.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Ho, Ming Kim. The Levite Singers in Chronicles and Their Stabilizing Role. LHBOTS 657. London; New York: 2017.Google Scholar
Hogan, Karina M., Goff, Matthew and Wasserman, Emma, eds. Pedagogy in Early Judaism and Early Christianity. EJL 41. Atlanta: 2017.Google Scholar
Horbury, William. ‘The Books of Solomon in Ancient Mysticism’. Pages 185201 in Reading Texts, Seeking Wisdom: Scripture and Theology. Edited by Ford, D. F. and Stanton, G.. London: 2003.Google Scholar
Hossfeld, Frank-Lothar, and Zenger, Erich. Die Psalmen I. NEchtB 29. Würzburg: 1993.Google Scholar
Huff, Barry R.From Societal Scorn to Divine Delight: Job’s Transformative Portrayal of Wild Animals’. Int 73.3 (2019): 248258.Google Scholar
Hunter, Alastair G. Wisdom Literature. London: 2006.Google Scholar
Hurowitz, Victor Avigdor. ‘The Wisdom of Šūpê-Amēlī: A Deathbed Debate between a Father and Son’. Pages 3745 in Wisdom Literature in Mesopotamia and Israel. Edited by Clifford, Richard J.. SymS 36. Atlanta: 2007.Google Scholar
Hurvitz, Avi. ‘Wisdom Vocabulary in the Hebrew Psalter: A Contribution to the Study of “Wisdom Psalms”’. VT 38.1 (1988): 4151.Google Scholar
Hurvitz, Avi. Wisdom Language in Biblical Psalmody (Hebrew). Jerusalem: 1991.Google Scholar
Hurvitz, Avi. ‘“Tsadîq” = “Wise” in Biblical Hebrew and the Wisdom Connections of Psalm 37 (Hebrew)’. Pages *131–*135 in ‘Sha’arei Talmon’: Studies in the Bible, Qumran and the ANE presented to Shemaryahu Talmon. Edited by Fishbane, Michael and Tov, Emmanuel. Winona Lake: 1992.Google Scholar
Ibolya, Balla. Ben Sira on Family, Gender, and Sexuality. DCLS 8. Berlin: 2011.Google Scholar
Imray, Kathryn. ‘Love Is [Strong as] Death: Reading the Song of Songs through Proverbs 1–9’. CBQ 75 (2013): 649665.Google Scholar
Ingram, Doug. Ambiguity in Ecclesiastes. LHBOTS 431. New York; London: 2006.Google Scholar
Jacobsen, Thorkild. Treasures of Darkness: A History of Mesopotamian Religion. New Haven; London: 1976.Google Scholar
Jacobson, Diane. ‘Wisdom Language in the Psalms’. Pages 147157 in The Oxford Handbook of the Psalms. Edited by Brown, William P.. Oxford: 2014.Google Scholar
Janzen, J. Gerald. Job. IBC. Atlanta: 1985.Google Scholar
Janzen, J. Gerald. At the Scent of Water: The Ground of Hope in the Book of Job. Grand Rapids: 2009.Google Scholar
Japhet, Sara. I & II Chronicles: A Commentary. Louisville: 1993.Google Scholar
Japhet, Sara, and Walfish, Barry Dov. The Way of Lovers: The Oxford Anonymous Commentary on the Song of Songs (Bodleian Library, MS Opp. 625): An Edition of the Hebrew Text, with English Translation and Introduction. Leiden: 2017.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Jarick, John. 1 Chronicles. London: 2002.Google Scholar
Jarick, John. ‘The Hebrew Book of Changes: Reflections on hakkol hebel and lakkol zeman in Ecclesiastes’. JSOT 90 (2008): 465483.Google Scholar
Jarick, John. ‘The Rhetorical Structure of Ecclesiastes’. Pages 208231 in Perspectives on Israelite Wisdom: Proceedings of the Oxford Old Testament Seminar. Edited by Jarick, J.. LHBOTS 618. London: 2016.Google Scholar
Jasnow, Richard. A Late Period Hieratic Wisdom Text (p. Brooklyn 47.218.135). SAOC 52. Chicago: 1992.Google Scholar
Jasnow, Richard, and Zauzich, Karl-Theodor. The Ancient Egyptian Book of Thoth: A Demotic Discourse on Knowledge and Pendant to the Classical Hermetica. 2 vols. Wiesbaden: 2005.Google Scholar
Jeon, Yong Ho. Impeccable Solomon? A Study of Solomon’s Faults in Chronicles. Eugene: 2013.Google Scholar
Jiménez, Enrique. The Babylonian Disputation Poems: With Editions of the Series of the Poplar, Palm and Vine, the Series of the Spider, and the Story of the Poor, Forlorn Wren. CHANE 87. Leiden; Boston: 2017.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Jindo, Job Y.On the Biblical Notion of the “Fear of God” as a Condition for Human Existence’. BibInt 19 (2012): 433453.Google Scholar
Johnson, Dru. Epistemology and Biblical Theology: From the Pentateuch to Mark’s Gospel. RIPBC 4. New York: 2018.Google Scholar
Johnson, Timothy Jay. Now My Eye Sees You: Unveiling an Apocalyptic Job. HBM 24. Sheffield: 2009.Google Scholar
Johnston, Philip. Shades of Sheol: Death and Afterlife in the Old Testament. Leicester: 2002.Google Scholar
Johnston, Robert K.Wisdom Literature and Its Contribution to a Biblical Environmental Ethic’. Pages 6682 in Tending the Garden. Edited by Granberg-Michaelson, W.. Grand Rapids: 1987.Google Scholar
Johnstone, William. 1 and 2 Chronicles: Volume 1. 1 Chronicles 1 – 2 Chronicles 9. Israel’s Place among the Nations. LHBOTS 253. Sheffield: 1997.Google Scholar
Jones, Scott C.Job’. Pages 533550 in The Oxford Handbook of Wisdom and the Bible. Edited by Kynes, Will. New York: 2021.Google Scholar
Jurgens, Blake. ‘The Figure of Solomon’. Pages 159176 in The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Wisdom Literature. Edited by Adams, Samuel L. and Goff, Matthew. Hoboken; Chichester: 2020.Google Scholar
Juvan, Marko. History and Poetics of Intertextuality. Comparative Cultural Studies. Translated by Timothy Pogačar. Indianapolis: 2008.Google Scholar
Kagan, Shelly. How to Count Animals, More or Less. Oxford: 2019.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Kaiser, Otto. ‘Jesus Sirach: Ein jüdischer Weisheitslehrer in hellenistischer Zeit’. Pages 5369 in Texts and Contexts of the Book of Ben Sira/Texte und Kontexte des Sirachbuches. Edited by Karner, Gerhard, Ueberschaer, Frank and Zapff, Burkard M.. Atlanta: 2017.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Kallen, Horace Meyer. The Book of Job as a Greek Tragedy. New York: 1918.Google Scholar
Kamano, Naoto. Cosmology and Character: Qoheleth’s Pedagogy from a Rhetorical-Critical Perspective. BZAW 312. Berlin: 2002.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Kämmerer, Thomas R. Šimâ milka. Induktion und Reception der mittelbabylonischen Dichtung von Ugarit, Emār und Tell el-ʿAmarna. AOAT 251. Münster: 1998.Google Scholar
Kampen, John. Wisdom Literature. Grand Rapids: 2011.Google Scholar
Keefer, Arthur Jan. Proverbs 1–9 as an Introduction to the Book of Proverbs. LHBOTS 701. London: 2020.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Keefer, Arthur Jan. The Book of Proverbs and Virtue Ethics: Integrating the Biblical and Philosophical Traditions. Cambridge: 2021.Google Scholar
Kellett, E. E.“Job”: An Allegory?ExpTim 51 (1940): 250251.Google Scholar
Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Barbara. ‘Toward a Theory of Proverb Meaning’. Proverbium 22 (1973): 821827.Google Scholar
Klein, Jacob. ‘The “Bane” of Humanity: A Lifespan of One Hundred Twenty Years’. ASJ 12 (1990): 5770.Google Scholar
Klein, Jacob. ‘The Ballad about Early Rulers: Eastern and Western Traditions’. Pages 203216 in Languages and Cultures in Contact. At the Crossroads of Civilizations in the Syro-Mesopotamian Realm. Proceedings of the 42th RAI. Edited by van Lerberghe, Karel and Voet, Gabriela. OLA 96. Leuven: 1999.Google Scholar
Kloppenborg, John S.Isis and Sophia in the Book of Wisdom’. HTR 75.1 (1982): 5784.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Knight, Douglas, and Jill-Levine, Amy. The Meaning of the Bible: What the Jewish Scriptures and Christian Old Testament Can Teach Us. New York: 2011.Google Scholar
Knoppers, Gary N. Two Nations under God: The Deuteronomistic History of Solomon and the Dual Monarchies. Volume 1. The Reign of Solomon and the Rise of Jeroboam. HSM 52. Atlanta: 1993.Google Scholar
Koch, Klaus. ‘Gibt es ein Vergeltungsdogma im Alten Testament’. ZTK 52 (1955): 142.Google Scholar
Koch, Klaus. Um das Prinzip der Vergeltung in Religion und Recht des alten Testaments. Darmstad: 1972.Google Scholar
Koch, Klaus. ‘Is There a Doctrine of Retribution in the Old Testament?’ Pages 5787 in Theodicy in the Old Testament. Edited by Crenshaw, James L.. Translated by Thomas H. Trapp. London: 1983.Google Scholar
Koh, Yee-Von. Royal Autobiography in the Book of Qoheleth. Berlin: 2006.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Köhlmoos, Melanie. Das Auge Gottes: Textstrategie im Hiobbuch. FAT 25. Tübingen: 1999.Google Scholar
Koosed, Jennifer L. (Per)Mutations of Qohelet: Reading the Body in the Book. LHBOTS 429. London: 2006.Google Scholar
Korsgaard, Christine M. Fellow Creatures: Our Obligations to the Other Animals. Oxford: 2018.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Kramer, Samuel N. The Sacred Marriage Rite. Bloomington: 1969.Google Scholar
Kraus, Hans-Joachim. Psalms 1–59. Translated by Hilton C. Oswald. Minneapolis: 1988.Google Scholar
Krebernick, Manfred. ‘Fragment einer Bilingue’. ZA 86 (1996): 170176.Google Scholar
Krispenz, Jutta. Spruchkompositionen im Buch Proverbia. New York: 1989.Google Scholar
Kruger, Thomas. Kritische Weisheit: Studien zur weisheitlichen Traditionskritik im Alten Testament. Zürich: 1997.Google Scholar
Kruger, Thomas. ‘Law and Wisdom according to Deut 4:5–8’. Pages 3554 in Wisdom and Torah: The Reception of the ‘Torah’ in the Wisdom Literature of the Second Temple Period. Edited by Schipper, Berndt U. and Teeter, D. Andrew. JSJSup. Leiden: 2013.Google Scholar
Kuntz, J. Kenneth. ‘Canonical Wisdom Psalms of Ancient Israel’. Pages 186222 in Rhetorical Criticism: Essays in Honour of James Muilenburg. Edited by Jackson, J. J. and Kessler, M.. Pittsburgh: 1974.Google Scholar
Kuntz, J. Kenneth. ‘Wisdom Psalms and the Shaping of the Hebrew Psalter’. Pages 144160 in For a Later Generation: The Transformation of Tradition in Israel, Early Judaism and Early Christianity. Edited by Argall, R. A., Bow, B. A. and Werline, R. A.. Harrisburg: 2000.Google Scholar
Kynes, Will. My Psalm Has Turned into Weeping: Job’s Dialogue with the Psalms. BZAW 437. Berlin: 2012.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Kynes, Will. ‘The Trials of Job: Relitigating Job’s “Good Case” in Christian Interpretation’. SJT 66 (2013): 174191.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Kynes, Will. ‘Satan’. Pages 264267 in The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Theology. Edited by Balentine, Samuel, Black, Clifton, Dell, Katharine J., Schuele, Andreas and Sumney, Jerry. Oxford: 2015.Google Scholar
Kynes, Will. ‘The Modern Scholarly Wisdom Tradition and the Threat of Pan-Sapientialism: A Case Report’. Pages 1138 in Was There a Wisdom Tradition? New Prospect in Israelite Wisdom Studies. Edited by Sneed, Mark R.. Atlanta: 2015.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Kynes, Will. ‘The Nineteenth-Century Beginning of “Wisdom Literature”’. Pages 83108 in Perspectives on Israelite Wisdom: Proceedings of the Oxford Old Testament Seminar. Edited by Jarick, John. London: 2016.Google Scholar
Kynes, Will. ‘“Wisdom” as Mask and Mirror: Methodological Questions for “Wisdom’s” Dialogue with the Canon’. Pages 1929 in Riddles and Revelations: Explorations into the Relation between Wisdom and Prophecy in the Hebrew Bible. Edited by Boda, Mark J., Meek, Russell L., and Osborne, William R.. London: 2018.Google Scholar
Kynes, Will. An Obituary for ‘Wisdom Literature’: The Birth, Death, and Intertextual Reintegration of a Biblical Corpus. Oxford: 2019.Google Scholar
Lambert, David A.The Book of Job in Ritual Perspective’. JBL 134 (2015): 557575.Google Scholar
Lambert, Wilfred George. Babylonian Wisdom Literature. Oxford: 1960.Google Scholar
Landy, Francis. Paradoxes of Paradise: Identity and Difference in the Song of Songs. Sheffield: 1983.Google Scholar
Landy, Francis. Beauty and the Enigma, and Other Essays on the Hebrew Bible. Sheffield: 2001.Google Scholar
Lang, Bernhard. Wisdom and the Book of Proverbs: A Hebrew Goddess Redefined. New York: 1986.Google Scholar
Lange, Armin. Weisheit und Prädestination: Weisheitliche Urodnung und Prädestination in den Textfunden von Qumran. STDJ 18. Leiden: 1995.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Lange, Armin. ‘Solomon’. Page 886 in Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Vol. 2. Edited by Schiffman, Lawrence H. and VanderKam, James C.. Oxford: 2000.Google Scholar
Lange, H. O. Das Weisheitsbuch des Amenemope. Copenhagen: 1925.Google Scholar
Lawson, R. P. Origen: The Song of Songs Commentary and Homilies. Westminster: 1957.Google Scholar
Lee, Eunny P. The Vitality of Enjoyment in Qohelet’s Theological Rhetoric. Berlin: 2005.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Lee, Thomas R. Studies in the Form of Sirach 44–50. SBLDS 75. Atlanta: 1986.Google Scholar
Legaspi, Michael C. Wisdom in Classical and Biblical Tradition. New York: 2018.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Lemaire, Andre. Les écoles et la formation de la Bible dans l’ancien Israel. OBO 39. Freiburg; Göttingen: 1981.Google Scholar
Levenson, Jon D. Creation and the Persistence of Evil: The Jewish Drama of Divine Omnipotence. Princeton: 1988.Google Scholar
Lichtheim, Miriam. Ancient Egyptian Literature. 3 vols. Berkeley: 1973–1980.Google Scholar
Lichtheim, Miriam. ‘Observations on Papyrus Insinger’. Pages 283306 in Studien zu Altägyptischen Lebenslehren. Edited by Hornung, E. and Keel, O.. OBO 28. Göttingen: 1979.Google Scholar
Lichtheim, Miriam. Late Egyptian Wisdom Literature. OBO 120. Freiburg: 1983.Google Scholar
Lichtheim, Miriam. ‘Didactic Literature’. Pages 243262 in Ancient Egyptian Literature: History and Forms. Edited by Lopriendo, A.. PAe. Leiden: 1996.Google Scholar
Lichtheim, Miriam. Moral Value in Ancient Egypt. OBO 155. Göttingen: 1997.Google Scholar
Limburg, James. Encountering Ecclesiastes: A Book for Our Time. Grand Rapids: 2006.Google Scholar
Linafelt, Tod. ‘The Wizard of Uz: Job, Dorothy, and the Limits of the Sublime’. BibInt 14.1–2 (2006): 94109.Google Scholar
Lloyd Miller, Marvin. Performances of Ancient Jewish Letters: From Elephantine to MMT. JAJSup 20. Göttingen: 2015.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Loader, James Alfred. Polar Structures in the Book of Qohelet. BZAW 152. Berlin: 1979.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Longman, Tremper III. Fictional Akkadian Autobiography: A Generic and Comparative Study. Winona Lake: 1991.Google Scholar
Longman, Tremper Ecclesiastes. NICOT. Grand Rapids: 1998.Google Scholar
Longman, Tremper Song of Songs. NICOT. Grand Rapids: 2001.Google Scholar
Longman, TremperIsraelite Genres in Their Ancient Near Eastern Context’. Pages 177195 in The Changing Face of Form Criticism in the Twenty-First Century. Edited by Sweeney, Marvin A. and Zvi, E. B.. Grand Rapids: 2003.Google Scholar
Longman, Tremper Proverbs. BCOTWP. Grand Rapids: 2006.Google Scholar
Longman, Tremper Job. BCOTWP. Grand Rapids: 2012.Google Scholar
Longman, TremperThe “Fear of God” in the Book of Ecclesiastes’. BBR 25 (2015): 1322.Google Scholar
Longman, Tremper The Fear of the Lord Is Wisdom: A Theological Introduction to Wisdom in Israel. Grand Rapids: 2017.Google Scholar
Loretz, Oswald. Qohelet und der alte Orient: Untersuchen zu Stil und theologischer Thematik des Buches Qohelet. Freiburg: 1964.Google Scholar
Lowth, Robert. Lectures on the Sacred Poetry of the Hebrews. Translated by G. Gregory. Boston: 1829. Translation of De Sacra Poesi Hebraeorum: Praelectiones Academicae. Oxford: 1753.Google Scholar
Lucas, Ernest Exploring the Old Testament: A Guide to the Psalms and Wisdom Literature. Downers Grove: 2014.Google Scholar
Lucas, Ernest, Proverbs. THOTC. Grand Rapids: 2015.Google Scholar
Machinist, Peter. ‘Fate, miqreh, and Reason: Some Reflections on Qohelet and Biblical Thought’. Pages 159175 in Solving Riddles and Untying Knots: Biblical, Epigraphic, and Semitic Studies in Honor of Jonas C. Greenfield. Edited by Zevit, Z., Gitin, S. and Sokoloff, M.. Winona Lake: 1995.Google Scholar
MacIntyre, Alasdair. A Short History of Ethics: A History of Moral Philosophy from the Homeric Age to the Twentieth Century. London: 1966.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
MacIntyre, Alasdair. After Virtue: A Study in Moral Theory. 3rd ed. London: 2007.Google Scholar
Mack, Burton L. Wisdom and the Hebrew Epic: Ben Sira’s Hymn in Praise of the Fathers. CSHJ. Chicago: 1985.Google Scholar
Magdalene, F. Rachel. On the Scales of Righteousness: Neo-Babylonian Trial Law and the Book of Job. BJS 348. Providence: 2007.Google Scholar
Marböck, Johannes. Weisheit Im Wandel: Untersuchungen Zur Weisheitstheologie Bei Ben Sira. Berlin: 1999.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Marböck, Johannes. ‘Zwischen Erfahrung, Systematik und Bekenntnis: Zu Eigenart und Bedeutung der alttestamentlichen Weisheitsliteratur’. Pages 201214 in Weisheit und Frömmigkeit: Studien zur alttestamentlichen Literatur der Spätzeit. Edited by Marböck, Johannes. ÖBS. Frankfurt: 2006.Google Scholar
Marcus, David. ‘A Famous Analogy of Rib-Haddi’. JANESCU 5 (1973): 281286.Google Scholar
Mazzinghi, Luca. Weisheit. IEKAT. Stuttgart: 2018.Google Scholar
McCann, J. Clinton Jr. ‘Wisdom’s Dilemma: The Book of Job, the Final Form of the Book of Psalms, and the Entire Bible’. Pages 1830 in Wisdom, You Are My Sister: Studies in Honor of Roland E. Murphy, O. Carm., on the Occasion of his Eightieth Birthday. Edited by Barré, Michael L.. CBQMS 29. Washington, 1997.Google Scholar
McKane, William. Proverbs: A New Approach. OTL. London: 1970.Google Scholar
McKane, William. Prophets and Wise Men. London: 1983.Google Scholar
McLaughlin, John L. An Introduction to Israel’s Wisdom Traditions. Grand Rapids: 2018.Google Scholar
McLaughlin, John L.Wisdom Influence’. Pages 409422 in The Oxford Handbook of Wisdom and the Bible. Edited by Will Kynes, . New York, 2021.Google Scholar
McNeile, Alan Hugh. An Introduction to Ecclesiastes. Cambridge: 1904.Google Scholar
Meek, Theophile J. The Song of Songs: Introduction and Exegesis. IB V. New York: 1956.Google Scholar
Meier, Sam. ‘Job I–II: A Reflection of Genesis I–III’. VT 39 (1989): 183193.Google Scholar
Meinhold, Arndt. Die Sprüche. Teil 1: Sprüche Kapitel 1–15. ZBK 16.1. Zürich: 1991.Google Scholar
Melchert, Charles F. Wise Teaching: Biblical Wisdom and Educational Ministry. Harrisburg: 1998.Google Scholar
Mettinger, Tryggve N. D. Solomonic State Officials. Lund: 1971.Google Scholar
Meyers, Carol. ‘Gender Imagery in the Song of Songs.’ Pages 197212 in The Song of Songs. Edited by Brenner, Athalya. FCB 1. Sheffield: 1993.Google Scholar
Mieder, Wolfgang. ‘The Essence of Literary Proverb Study’. Proverbium 23 (1974): 888894.Google Scholar
Mies, Françoise. ‘Le genre littéraire du livre de Job’. RB 110 (2003): 336369.Google Scholar
Miles, Johnny E. God: A Biography. New York: 1995.Google Scholar
Millar, Suzanna R.When a Straight Road Becomes a Garden Path: The “False Lead” as a Pedagogical Strategy in the Book of Proverbs’. JSOT 43 (2018): 6782.Google Scholar
Millar, Suzanna R. Genre and Openness in Proverbs 10:1–22:16. AIL 39. Atlanta: 2020.Google Scholar
Millar, Suzanna R.History and Wisdom Literature’. Pages 441458 in The Oxford Handbook of Wisdom and the Bible. Edited by Kynes, Will. New York: 2021.Google Scholar
Miller, Douglas B.Qoheleth’s symbolic Use of הבל’. JBL 117 (1998): 437454.Google Scholar
Miller, Douglas B.Wisdom in the Canon: Discerning the Early Intuition’. Pages 87113 in Was There a Wisdom Tradition? New Prospects in Israelite Wisdom Studies. Edited by Sneed, Mark. AIL 23. Atlanta: 2015.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Miller, Shem. Dead Sea Media Orality, Textuality, and Memory in the Scrolls from the Judean Desert. STDJ 129. Leiden: 2019.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Montefiore, C. G.Notes upon the Date and Religious Value of Proverbs’. JQR 2 (1890): 430453.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Montgomery, Eric R. ‘A Stream from Eden: The Nature and Development of a Revelatory Tradition in the Dead Sea Scrolls’. PhD diss., McMaster University, 2013.Google Scholar
Morgan, Donn F. Wisdom in the Old Testament Traditions. Atlanta: 1981.Google Scholar
Morrow, William. ‘Consolation, Rejection, and Repentance in Job 42:6’. JBL 105 (1986): 211225.Google Scholar
Moss, Jessica. ‘“Virtue Makes the Goal Right”: Virtue and “Phronesis” in Aristotle’s Ethics’. Phronesis 56 (2011): 204261.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Mowinckel, Sigmund. Psalmenstudien V: Segen und Fluchen in Israels Kult und Psalmdichtung. Amsterdam: 1923.Google Scholar
Mowinckel, Sigmund. ‘Psalms and Wisdom’. Pages 205224 in Wisdom in Israel and in the Ancient Near East: Presented to H. H. Rowley by the Society for Old Testament Study in Association with the Editorial Board of Vetus Testamentum, in Celebration of His Sixty-Fifth Birthday, 24 March 1955. Edited by Noth, Martin and Thomas, D. Winton. VTSup 3. Leiden: 1955.Google Scholar
Mowinckel, Sigmund. Praise in Israel’s Worship. Repr., Grand Rapids: 1962.Google Scholar
Moyise, Steve. The Old Testament in the Book of Revelation. JSNTSup 115. Sheffield: 1995.Google Scholar
Müller, Hans-Peter. ‘Die weisheitliche Lehrerzählung im Alten Testament und seiner Umwelt’. Die Welt Des Orients 9 (1977): 7798.Google Scholar
Müller, Hans-Peter. ‘Die Hiobrahmenerzahlung und ihre altorientalischen Parallelen als Paradigmen einer weisheitlichen Wirklichkeitswahrnahme’. Pages 2139 in The Book of Job. Edited by Beuken, W. A. M.. BETL 114. Leuven: 1994.Google Scholar
Murphy, Roland E.A Consideration of the Classification “Wisdom Psalms”’. Pages 156167 in Congress Volume Bonn 1962. Edited by Anderson, G. W.. VTSup 9. Leiden: 1962.Google Scholar
Murphy, Roland E.Form Criticism and Wisdom Literature’. CBQ 31 (1969): 475483.Google Scholar
Murphy, Roland E. Wisdom Literature: Job, Proverbs, Ruth, Canticles, Ecclesiastes, and Esther. FOTL 13. Grand Rapids: 1981.Google Scholar
Murphy, Roland E. Song of Songs: A Commentary on the Book of Canticles or the Song of Songs. Hermeneia. Minneapolis: 1990.Google Scholar
Murphy, Roland E. The Tree of Life: An Exploration of Biblical Wisdom Literature. Grand Rapids: 1990.Google Scholar
Murphy, Roland E. Proverbs. WBC 22. Nashville: 1998.Google Scholar
Murphy, Roland E. The Tree of Life: An Exploration of Biblical Wisdom Literature. 3rd ed. Grand Rapids: 2002.Google Scholar
Najman, Hindy. ‘Jewish Wisdom in the Hellenistic Period: Towards the Study of a Semantic Constellation’. Pages 459472 in Is There a Text in This Cave? Studies in the Textuality of the Dead Sea Scrolls in Honour of George J. Brook. Edited by Feldman, Ariel, Cioatã, Maria and Hempel, Charlotte. Leiden: 2017.Google Scholar
Najman, Hindy, Rey, Jean-Sébastien and Tigchelaar, Eibert J. C., eds. Tracing Sapiential Traditions in Ancient Judaism. JSJSup 174. Leiden: 2016.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Nasuti, Harry. ‘Called into Character: Aesthetic and Ascetic Aspects of Biblical Ethics’. CBQ 80 (2018): 124.Google Scholar
Newman, Judith H.Hybridity, Hydrology, and Hidden Transcript: Sirach 24 and the Judean Encounter with Ptolemaic Isis Worship’. Pages 157176 in Jewish Cultural Encounters in the Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern World. Edited by Popović, Mladen, Schoonover, Myles and Vandenberghe, Marijn. JSJSup 178. Leiden: 2017.Google Scholar
Newman, Judith H. Before the Bible: The Liturgical Body and the Formation of Scriptures in Early Judaism. New York: 2018.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Newsom, Carol A.Woman and the Discourse of Patriarchal Wisdom: A Study of Proverbs 1–9’. Pages 142160 in Gender and Difference in Ancient Israel. Edited by Day, Peggy L.. Minneapolis: 1989.Google Scholar
Newsom, Carol A.Job and Ecclesiastes’. Pages 177194 in Old Testament Interpretation: Past, Present, and Future (Essays in Honor of Gene M. Tucker). Edited by Mays, James Luther, Petersen, David L. and Richards, Kent Harold. Nashville: 1995.Google Scholar
Newsom, Carol A. The Book of Job: A Contest of Moral Imaginations. Oxford: 2003.Google Scholar
Newsom, Carol A. The Self as Symbolic Space: Constructing Identity and Community at Qumran. STDJ 52. Leiden: 2004.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Newsom, Carol A.Spying out the Land: A Report from Genology’. Pages 437450 in Seeking Out the Wisdom of the Ancients: Essays Offered to Honor Michael V. Fox on the Occasion of His Sixty-Fifth Birthday. Edited by Troxel, Ronald L., Friebel, Kelvin G. and Magary, Dennis R.. Winona Lake: 2005.Google Scholar
Newsom, Carol A.Dramaturgy and the Book of Job’. Pages 375393 in Das Buch Hiob und seine Interpretationen: Beiträge zum Hiob-Symposium auf dem Monte Verità vom 14.–19. August 2005. Edited by Krüger, Thomas, Oeming, Manfred, Schmid, Konrad and Uehlinger, Christoph. ATANT 88. Zurich: 2007.Google Scholar
Niditch, Susan. Oral World and Written Word: Ancient Israelite Literature. Louisville: 1996.Google Scholar
Niehoff, Maren. Philo of Alexandria: An Intellectual Biography. New Haven: 2018.Google Scholar
Niehr, Herbert. ‘Weisheit in den Königsepen aus Ugarit’. Pages 7091 in Teaching Morality in Antiquity. Edited by Oshima, Takayoshi M.. ORA 29. Tübingen: 2018.Google Scholar
Nissinen, Martti. ‘Love Lyrics of Nabû and Tašmetu: An Assyrian Song of Songs?’ Pages 585634 in Und Moses schrieb diese Lied auf’ Studien zum Alten Testament und zum alten Orient. Festschrift für Oswald Loretz zur Vollendung seines 70. Lebensjahres. Edited by Dietrich, Manfried and Kottsieper, Ingo. AOAT 250. Münster: 1998.Google Scholar
Nissinen, Martti. ‘Wisdom as Mediatrix in Sirach 24: Ben Sira, Love Lyrics, and Prophecy’. Studia Orientalia Electronica 106 (2015): 377390.Google Scholar
Norrick, N. R.Subject Area, Terminology, Proverb Definitions, Proverb Features’. Pages 727 in Introduction to Paremiology: A Comprehensive Guide to Proverb Studies. Edited by Hrisztova-Gotthardt, H. and Varga, M. Aleksa. Berlin: 2015.Google Scholar
Nurullin, Rim. ‘An Attempt at Šima Milka (Ugaritica V, 163 and Duplicates): Part I: Prologue, Instructions II, III, IV’. Babel & Bibel 7 (2014): 175229.Google Scholar
O’Connor, Kathleen M.Wild, Raging Creativity: The Scene in the Whirlwind (Job 38–41)’. Pages 171179 in A God So Near: Essays on Old Testament Theology in Honor of Patrick D.Miller. Edited by Strawn, Brent A. and Bowen, Nancy R.. Winona Lake: 2003.Google Scholar
O’Dowd, Ryan P.A Chord of Three Strands: Epistemology in Job, Proverbs and Ecclesiastes’. Pages 6587 in The Bible and Epistemology: Biblical Soundings on the Knowledge of God. Edited by Healy, M. and Perry, R.. Milton Keynes: 2007.Google Scholar
O’Dowd, Ryan P. The Wisdom of Torah: Epistemology in Deuteronomy and the Wisdom Literature. FRLANT 225. Göttingen: 2009.Google Scholar
O’Dowd, Ryan P. Proverbs. Grand Rapids: 2017.Google Scholar
Oesterley, W. O. E. The Book of Proverbs. London: 1929.Google Scholar
Olley, John W.Pharaoh’s Daughter, Solomon’s Temple and the Palace: Another Look at the Structure of 1 Kings 1–11’. JSOT 27 (2003): 355369.Google Scholar
Origen, . The Song of Songs: Commentary and Homilies. Translated and annotated by R. P. Lawson. Westminster: 1957.Google Scholar
Osborne, William R.Wisdom Gets “Tyred” in the Book of Ezekiel’. Pages 109123 in Riddles and Revelations: Explorations into the Relation between Wisdom and Prophecy in the Hebrew Bible. Edited by Boda, Mark J., Meek, Russell L. and Osborne, William R.. London: 2018.Google Scholar
Oshima, Takayoshi. Babylonian Prayers to Marduk. ORA 7. Tübingen: 2011.Google Scholar
Otto, Eckart. Theologische Ethik des Alten Testaments. Stuttgart: 1994.Google Scholar
Otto, Eckart. ‘Woher weiß der Mensch um Gut und Böse? Philosophische Annäherungen der ägyptischen und biblischen Weisheit an ein Grundproblem der Ethik’. Pages 207231 in Recht und Ethos im Alten Testament – Gestalt und Wirkung: Festschrift für Horst Seebass zum 65. Geburtstag. Edited by Beyerle, S., Mayer, G. and Strauß, H.. Neukirchen-Vluyn: 1999.Google Scholar
Owen, Joseph. ‘Aristotle’s Notion of Wisdom’. Apeiron 20 (1987): 116.Google Scholar
Pajunen, Mika S. The Land to the Elect and Justice for All: Reading Psalms in the Dead Sea Scrolls in Light of 4Q381. JAJSup 14. Göttingen: 2013.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Pajunen, Mika S.The Praise of God and His Name as the Core of the Second Temple Liturgy’. ZAW 127 (2015): 475488.Google Scholar
Parker, K. I.Solomon as Philosopher King? The Nexus of Law and Wisdom in 1 Kings 1–11’. JSOT 53 (1992): 7591.Google Scholar
Pelham, Abigail. ‘Job as Comedy, Revisited’. JSOT 35 (2010): 89112.Google Scholar
Pelham, Abigail. Contested Creations in the Book of Job, The-World-as-It-Ought-and-Ought-Not-to-Be. Leiden: 2012.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Perdue, Leo G. Wisdom and Cult: A Critical Analysis of the Views of Cult in the Wisdom Literature of Israel and the Ancient Near East. SBLDS 30. Missoula: 1977.Google Scholar
Perdue, Leo G.Liminality as a Social Setting for Wisdom Instructions’. ZAW 93 (1981): 114126.Google Scholar
Perdue, Leo G. Wisdom & Creation, The Theology of Wisdom Literature. Nashville: 1994.Google Scholar
Perdue, Leo G. Proverbs. IBC Louisville: 2000.Google Scholar
Perdue, Leo G. Wisdom Literature: A Theological History. Louisville: 2007.Google Scholar
Perdue, Leo G. The Sword and the Stylus: An Introduction to Wisdom in the Age of Empires. Grand Rapids: 2008.Google Scholar
Perry, Steven. ‘Structural Patterns in Prov 10:1–22:16’. PhD diss., University of Texas at Austin, 1987.Google Scholar
Perry, Theodore Anthony. Dialogues with Kohelet: The Book of Ecclesiastes. University Park: 1993.Google Scholar
Petrany, Catherine. Pedagogy, Prayer and Praise: The Wisdom of the Psalms and the Psalter. FAT 2 83. Tübingen: 2015.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Pike, Kenneth. Language in Relation to a Unified Theory of Human Behavior. The Hague: 1967.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Plöger, Otto. ‘Zur Auslegung der Sentenzensammlungen des Proverbienbuches’. Pages 402416 in Probleme biblischer Theologie: Gerhard von Rad zum 70. Geburtstag. Edited by Wolff, H. W.. Munich: 1971.Google Scholar
Plöger, Otto. Sprüche Salomos. Neukirchen-Vluyn: 1984.Google Scholar
Pope, Marvin H. El in the Ugaritic Texts. Leiden: 1955.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Pope, Marvin H. Job. AB 15. 3rd ed. Garden City: 1973.Google Scholar
Pope, Marvin H. Song of Songs: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary. AB 7C. New York: 1977.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Portier-Young, Anathea E. Apocalypse against Empire: Theologies of Resistance in Early Judaism. Grand Rapids; Cambridge: 2011.Google Scholar
Posener, Georges, ‘L’exorde de l’Instruction éducative d’Amennakhte (Recherches littéraires, V)’. Revue d’Egypte 10 (1955): 6172.Google Scholar
Posener, Georges, L’Enseignment Loyalist. Geneva: 1976.Google Scholar
Poythress, Vern S.Analysing a Biblical Text: Some Important Linguistic Distinctions’. SJT 32 (1979): 113137.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Pritchard, James B., ed. Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament. 3rd ed. Princeton: 1969.Google Scholar
Provan, Iain. W. 1 and 2 Kings. Peabody: 1995.Google Scholar
Quack, Joachim Friedrich Die Lehren des Ani. OBO 141. Göttingen: 1994.Google Scholar
Quick, Laura. ‘The Hidden Body as Literary Strategy in 4QWiles of the Wicked Woman (4Q184)’. DSD 27 (2020): 234256.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Rabbow, Paul. Seelenführung: Methodik der Exerzitien in der Antike. Munich: 1954.Google Scholar
Rainey, Anson F. The El-Amarna Correspondence: A New Edition of the Cuneiform Letters from the Site of El-Amarna Based on Collations of All Extant Tablets. Edited by Schniedewind, William M. and Cochavi-Rainey, Zipora. Leiden; Boston, 2015.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Reed, Annette Y. Demons, Angels, and Writing in Ancient Judaism. Cambridge: 2020.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Reed, Walter L. Dialogues of the Word: The Bible as Literature according to Bakhtin. Oxford: 1993.Google Scholar
Reese, James M.Plan and Structure in the Book of Wisdom’. CBQ 27 (1965): 391399.Google Scholar
Reese, James M. Hellenistic Influence on the Book of Wisdom and Its Consequences. AnBib 41. Rome: 1970.Google Scholar
Reiner, Erica. ‘At the Fuller’s’. Pages 407411 in Vom Alten Orient zum Alten Testament. Festschrift für Wolfram Freiherrn von Soden zum 85. Geburtstag am 19. Juni 1993. Edited by Dietrich, Manfred and Loretz, Oswald. AOAT 240. Neukirchen-Vluyn: 1995.Google Scholar
Reiterer, Friedrich Vinzenz. ‘Beobachtungen zum äußeren und inneren Exodus im Buch der Weisheit’. Pages 187208 in Die Rezeption des Exodusmotivs in deuterokanonischer und frühjüdischer Literatur. DCLS 32. Edited by Gärtner, J. and Schmitz, B.. Berlin; Boston: 2016.Google Scholar
Reiterer, Friedrich Vinzenz. ‘The Theological and Philosophical Concepts of Ben Sira’. Pages 285315 in Discovering, Deciphering and Dissenting: Ben Sira Manuscripts after 120 Years. Edited by Aitken, James K., Egger-Wenzel, R. and Reif, Stefan C.. Berlin: 2018.Google Scholar
Rey, Jean-Sébastien. ‘Scribal Practices in the Ben Sira Hebrew Manuscript A and Codicological Remarks’. Pages 99112 in Texts and Contexts of the Book of Ben Sira/Texte und Kontexte des Sirachbuches. Edited by Karner, Gerhard, Ueberschaer, Frank and Zapff, Burkard M.. Atlanta: 2017.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Richter, Heinz. Studien zu Hiob: Der Aufbau des Hiobbuches, dargestellt an den Gattungen des Rechtslebens. Theologische Arbeiten 11. Berlin: 1959.Google Scholar
Ringgren, Helmer, and Zimmerli, Walther. Sprüche/Prediger. Göttingen: 1962.Google Scholar
Rollston, Christopher A. Writing and Literacy of Ancient Israel: Epigraphic Evidence from the Iron Age. ABS 11. Atlanta: 2010.Google Scholar
Rosch, Eleanor. ‘Cognitive Representations of Semantic Categories’. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 104.3 (1975): 192233.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Rousseau, Francois. ‘Structure de Qohelet 1:4–11 et plan de livre’. VT 31 (1981): 200217.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Rowley, Harold Henry. ‘The Interpretation of the Song of Songs’. Pages 187234 in The Servant of the Lord and Other Essays on the Old Testament. 2nd ed. Revised. Oxford: 1965.Google Scholar
Rowley, Harold Henry. Job. NCB. Rev. ed. Grand Rapids: 1976.Google Scholar
Ruether, Rosemary Radford. New Woman New Earth, Sexist Ideologies & Human Liberation. Minneapolis: 1975.Google Scholar
Rutz, Matthew T. Bodies of Knowledge in Ancient Mesopotamia: The Diviners of Late Bronze Age Emar and Their Tablet Collection. AMD 9. Leiden: 2013.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Sadgrove, MichaelSong of Songs as Wisdom Literature’. Pages 245248 in Papers on the Old Testament and Related Themes. Vol. 1 of Studia Biblica 1978: Sixth International Congress on Biblical Studies, Oxford, 3–7 April 1978. Edited by Livingstone, E. A.. JSOTSup 11. Sheffield: 1979.Google Scholar
Saebø, Magne. ‘From Collections to Book – A New Approach to the History of Tradition and Redaction of the Book of Proverbs’. Pages 250258 in Proceedings of the 9th World Congress of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, Aug 1985. Edited by Goshen-Gottstein, Moshe and Assaf, David. Jerusalem: 1986.Google Scholar
Salyer, Gary D. Vain Rhetoric: Private Insight and Public Debate in Ecclesiastes. JSOTSup 327. Sheffield: 2001.Google Scholar
Samet, Nili. ‘Religious Redaction in Qohelet in Light of Mesopotamian Vanity Literature’. VT 66 (2016): 133148.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Sander-Hansen, Constantin Emil. Die Texte Der Metternichstele. The Text, with a German Translation and Commentary. AAeg 7. Copenhagen: 1956.Google Scholar
Sanders, Jack T. Ben Sira and Demotic Wisdom. Chico: 1983.Google Scholar
Sanders, Seth L. From Adapa to Enoch: Scribal Culture and Religious Vision in Judea and Babylonia. Tübingen: 2017.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Sandoval, Timothy J.Revisiting the Prologue of Proverbs’. JBL 126 (2007): 455473.Google Scholar
Sandoval, Timothy J. The Discourse of Wealth and Poverty in the Book of Proverbs. Leiden, 2005.Google Scholar
Sarna, Nahum M.Epic Substratum in the Prose of Job’. JBL 76 (1957): 1325.Google Scholar
Satlow, Michael L.Disappearing Categories: Using Categories in the Study of Religion’. MTSR 17 (2005): 287298.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Saur, Markus. ‘Where Can Wisdom Be Found? New Perspectives on the Wisdom Psalms’. Pages 181204 in Was There a Wisdom Tradition: New Prospects in Israelite Wisdom Studies. Edited by Sneed, Mark R.. AIL 23. Atlanta: 2015.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Schäfer, Peter. Mirror of His Beauty: Feminine Images of God from the Bible to the Early Kabbalah: Jews, Christians, and Muslims from the Ancient to the Modern World. Princeton; Oxford: 2002.Google Scholar
Schams, Christine. Jewish Scribes in the Second-Temple Period. JSOTSup 291. Sheffield: 1998.Google Scholar
Schaper, Joachim. ‘“… denn er ist besser als das, was er anbetet” (Sapientia Salomonis 15,17): Bilderpolemik und theologische Anthropologie in der Sapientia Salomonis’. Pages 455464 in Was ist der Mensch, dass du seiner gedenkst? (Psalm 8,5): Aspekte einer theologischen Anthropologie. Festschrift für Bernd Janowski zum 65. Geburtstag. Edited by Bauks, M., Liess, K. and Riede, P.. Neukirchen-Vluyn: 2008.Google Scholar
Schaper, Joachim. ‘Νόμος and Νόμοι in the Wisdom of Solomon’. Pages 293306 in Wisdom and Torah: The Reception of ‘Torah’ in the Wisdom Literature of the Second Temple Period. JSJSup 163. Edited by Schipper, B. U. and Teeter, D. A.. Leiden; Boston: 2013.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Schaper, Joachim. ‘“Out of the Iron Furnace”: Exodus, Death, and the Reception History of Freedom’. Aegyptiaca 4 (2019): 179187.Google Scholar
Schellenberg, Annette. Erkenntnis als Problem: Qohelet and die atltestamentliche Diskussion um das menschliche Erkennen. OBO 188. Göttingen: 2002.Google Scholar
Schellenberg, Annette. ‘Questioning the Trend of Classifying the Song of Songs as Sapiential’. Pages 393407 in Nächstenliebe und Gottesfurcht: Beiträge aus alttestamentlicher, semitistischer und altorientalistischer Wissenschaft für Hans-Peter Mathys zum 65. Geburtstag. Edited by Jenni, Hanna and Saur, Markus. AOAT. Münster: 2016.Google Scholar
Schifferdecker, Kathryn. Out of the Whirlwind, Creation Theology in the Book of Job. HTS. Cambridge, MA: 2008.Google Scholar
Schipper, Bernd U. Israel und Ägypten in der Königszeit: Die kulturellen Kontakte von Salomo bis zum Fall Jerusalems. OBO 170. Göttingen: 1999.Google Scholar
Schipper, Bernd U. Sprüche (Proverbia). Teilband 1: Proverbien 1,1–15,33. BKAT 17.1. Göttingen: 2018.Google Scholar
Schipper, Bernd U. Proverbs 1–15: A Commentary. Hermeneia. Philadelphia: 2019.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Schipper, Bernd U.“Teach Them Diligently to Your Son!”: The Book of Proverbs and Deuteronomy’. Pages 2134 in Reading Proverbs Intertextually. Edited by Dell, Katharine and Kynes, Will. LHBOTS 629. London: 2019.Google Scholar
Schmid, Hans Heinrich. Wesen und Geschichte der Weisheit. BZAW 101. Berlin: 1966.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Schmid, Hans Heinrich. Gerechtigkeit Als Weltordnung. Tübingen: 1968.Google Scholar
Schmid, Hartmut. Das erste Buch der Könige. Wuppertal: 2000.Google Scholar
Schmid, Konrad. ‘Innerbiblische Schriftdiskussion im Hiobbuch’. Pages 241261 in Das Buch Hiob und seine Interpretationen: Beiträge zum Hiob-Symposium auf dem Monte Verità vom 14.–19. August 2005. Edited by Krüger, Thomas, Oeming, Manfred, Schmid, Konrad and Uehlinger, Christoph. ATANT 88. Zurich: 2007.Google Scholar
Schmidt, A. Jordan. Wisdom, Cosmos, and Cultus in the Book of Sirach. Vol. 42 of Deuterocanonical and Cognate Literature Studies. Boston; Berlin: 2019.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Schmidt, Brian B., ed. Contextualizing Israel’s Sacred Writings: Ancient Literacy Orality, and Literary Production. AIL 22. Atlanta: 2015.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Schmidt, Hans. Die Psalmen. HAT 15. Tübingen: 1934.Google Scholar
Scholnick, Sylvia Huberman. ‘Lawsuit Drama in the Book of Job’. PhD diss., Brandeis University, 1975.Google Scholar
Schwab, George M. The Song of Songs’ Cautionary Message concerning Human Love. StBibLit 41. New York: 2002.Google Scholar
Schwáb, Zoltán. Toward an Interpretation of the Book of Proverbs: Selfishness and Secularity Reconsidered. JTISup 7. Winona Lake: 2013.Google Scholar
Schwáb, Zoltán. ‘Is Fear of the Lord the Source of Wisdom or Vice Versa?VT 63 (2013): 652662.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Schwienhorst-Schönberger, Ludger. Kohelet. HThKAT. Freiburg: 2011.Google Scholar
Scoralick, Ruth. Einzelspruch und Sammlung. Berlin; New York: 1995.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Seow, Choon-Leong. ‘Theology When Everything Is Out of Control’. Int 55.3 (2001): 237249.Google Scholar
Seow, Choon-Leong. Ecclesiastes: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary. AB 18. New Haven; London: 2008.Google Scholar
Seow, Choon-Leong. Job 1–21: Interpretation and Commentary. Illuminations. Grand Rapids: 2013.Google Scholar
Sharp, Carolyn. ‘Ironic Representation, Authorial Voice, and Meaning in Qohelet’. BibInt 12 (2004): 3768.Google Scholar
Shelton, Pauline. ‘Making a Drama out of a Crisis? A Consideration of the Book of Job as a Drama’. JSOT 83 (1999): 6982.Google Scholar
Shevka, Avi, and van Hecke, Pierre. ‘The Metaphor of Criminal Charge as a Paradigm for the Conflict between Job and His Friends’. ETL 90 (2014): 99119.Google Scholar
Shupak, Nili. ‘The “Sitz im Leben” of the Book of Proverbs in the Light of a Comparison of Biblical and Egyptian Wisdom Literature’. RB 94 (1987): 98119.Google Scholar
Shupak, Nili. Where Can Wisdom Be Found? The Sage’s Language in the Bible and in Ancient Egyptian Literature. OBO 131. Göttingen: 1993.Google Scholar
Shupak, Nili. ‘Positive and Negative Human Types in the Egyptian Wisdom Literature’. Pages 245260 in Homeland and Exile: Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies in Honour of Bustenay Oded. Edited by Galil, G., Geller, M. and Millard, A.. VTSup 130. Leiden: 2009.Google Scholar
Shupak, Nili. ‘The Contribution of Egyptian Wisdom to the Study of Biblical Wisdom Literature’. Pages 265304 in Was There a Wisdom Tradition? New Prospects in Israelite Wisdom Studies. Edited by Sneed, Mark R.. Atlanta: 2015.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Siegfried, Carl. Prediger und Hoheslied übersetzt und erklärt. HKAT. Göttingen: 1898.Google Scholar
Simkins, Ronald A.Anthropocentrism and the Place of Humans in the Biblical Tradition’. RelSoc Supplement 9: The Greening of the Papacy (2013): 1629.Google Scholar
Skehan, Patrick William. ‘A Single Editor for the Whole Book of Proverbs’. CBQ 10 (1948): 115130.Google Scholar
Skehan, Patrick W., and Di Lella, Alexander A.. The Wisdom of Ben Sira: A New Translation, with Notes. AB 39. New York: 1987.Google Scholar
Skelton, David A.Sages as Singers in Sirach and the Second Temple Period’. Pages 167182 in Sirach and Its Contexts: The Pursuit of Wisdom and Human Flourishing: Proceedings of the Virginia Conference on the Book of Sirach and Its Contexts. Edited by Goering, Greg Schmidt, Adams, Samuel, and Goff, Matthew. JSJSup 196. Leiden: 2021.Google Scholar
Skelton, David A. Singers of Wisdom: Music and Pedagogy in Ben Sira and the Second Temple Period. JSJSup. Leiden: forthcoming.Google Scholar
Smil, Vaclav. Harvesting the Biosphere: What We Have Taken from Nature. Cambridge, MA: 2013.Google Scholar
Smith, Cooper. ‘“I Have Heard the Sound of Your Words”: Allusion in the Elihu Speeches of Job 32–37’. PhD diss., Wheaton College, 2019.Google Scholar
Smith, David Geoffrey. Practice of Wisdom, Critical Pedagogy Today 5 (London 2014)Google Scholar
Smith, Jonathan Z. Drudgery Divine: On the Comparison of Early Christianities and the Religions of Late Antiquity. Chicago: 1994.Google Scholar
Smith, Mark S.The Levitical Compilation of the Psalter’. ZAW 103 (1991): 258263.Google Scholar
Smyth, Richard. ‘Nature Writing’s Fascist Roots’. NewStatesman. 2019. Scholar
Snaith, Norman H. The Book of Job: Its Origin and Purpose. London: 1968.Google Scholar
Sneed, Mark R.“White Trash” Wisdom: Proverbs 9 Deconstructed’. JHS 7 (2007): 210.Google Scholar
Sneed, Mark R.Is the “Wisdom Tradition” a Tradition?CBQ 73 (2011): 5071.Google Scholar
Sneed, Mark R. The Politics of Pessimism in Ecclesiastes: A Social-Science Perspective. AIL 12. Atlanta: 2012.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Sneed, Mark R.“Grasping After the Wind”: The Elusive Attempt to Define and Delimit Wisdom’. Pages 3967 in Was There a Wisdom Tradition? New Prospects in Israelite Wisdom Studies. Edited by Sneed, Mark R.. Atlanta: 2015.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Sneed, Mark R. The Social World of the Sages: An Introduction to Israelite and Jewish Wisdom Literature. Minneapolis: 2015.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Sneed, Mark R. ed., Was There a Wisdom Tradition? New Prospects in Israelite Wisdom Studies. AIL 23. Atlanta: 2015.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Sneed, Mark R.Methods, Muddles, and Modes of Literature: The Question of Influence between Wisdom and Prophecy’. Pages 3044 in Riddles and Revelations: Explorations into the Relation between Wisdom and Prophecy in the Hebrew Bible. Edited by Boda, Mark J., Meek, Russell L. and Osborne, William R.. London: 2018.Google Scholar
Sneed, Mark R.A Taste for Wisdom: Aesthetics, Moral Discernment, and Social Class in Proverbs’. Pages 111126 in Imagined Worlds and Constructed Differences in the Hebrew Bible. Edited by Cataldo, Jeremiah W.. LHBOTS 677. London: 2019.Google Scholar
Sneed, Mark R.Inspired Sages: Massa’ and the Confluence of Wisdom and Prophecy’. In Scribes as Sages and Prophets. BZAW 496. Edited by Krispenz, Jutta. Berlin: 2020, 1532.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Snell, Daniel C. Twice-Told Proverbs and the Composition of the Book of Proverbs. Winona Lake: 1993.Google Scholar
Sommer, Benjamin D. A Prophet Reads Scripture: Allusion in Isaiah 40–66. Stanford: 1998.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Sparks, Kenton L. Ancient Texts for the Study of the Hebrew Bible: A Guide to the Background Literature. Peabody: 2005.Google Scholar
Sparks, Kenton L.The Song of Songs: Wisdom for Young Jewish Women’. CBQ 70.2 (2008): 277299.Google Scholar
Sparks, Kenton L.Genre Criticism’. Pages 5594 in Methods for Exodus. Edited by Dozeman, Thomas B.. Cambridge: 2010.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Spieckermann, Hermann. ‘What Is the Place of Wisdom and Torah in the Psalter?’ Pages 287316 in When the Morning Stars Sang’: Essays in Honor of Choon Leong Seow on the Occasion of His Sixty-Fifth Birthday. Edited by Jones, Scott C. and Yoder, Christine Roy. BZAW 500. Berlin: 2018.Google Scholar
Steiner, George. ‘Tragedy: Remorse and Justice’. The Listener 18 (1979): 508510.Google Scholar
Stewart, Anne W. Poetic Ethics in Proverbs: Wisdom Literature and the Shaping of the Moral Self. New York: 2016.Google Scholar
Stone, Elizabeth. ‘Old Man Qoheleth’. JBR 10 (1942): 98102.Google Scholar
Sweeney, Marvin A., and Zvi, Ehud B., eds. The Changing Face of Form Criticism in the Twenty-First Century. Grand Rapids: 2003.Google Scholar
Oshima, Takayoshi. Babylonian Poems of Pious Sufferers. Ludlul bēl nēmeqi and the Babylonian Theodicy. Tübingen: 2014.Google Scholar
Talmon, Shemaryahu. ‘Wisdom in the Book of Esther’. VT 13 (1963): 419455.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Támez, Elsa. When the Horizons Close: Rereading Ecclesiastes. Maryknoll: 2000.Google Scholar
Tanzer, Sarah. ‘Response to George Nickelsburg “Wisdom and Apocalypticism in Early Judaism”’. Pages 3950 in Conflicted Boundaries in Wisdom and Apocalypticism. Edited by Wright, Benjamin G. and Wills, Lawrence M.. SBLSymS 35. Atlanta: 2005.Google Scholar