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date: 25 May 2020

(p. 593) Index of Subjects

(p. 593) Index of Subjects

A
adultery 22, 41–42, 53, 60–61, 64, 92, 219, 343, 414, 415
B
Babatha 371–373
berit 8–10, 437 see covenant
bodily injury 36–40, 48
Book of the Covenant see Covenant Code
C
calendar, solar 369
canonization of the Pentateuch 267–269, 285–286
capital punishment 35, 42–43, 45, 47, 54, 55, 190
codification of law in the Persian period 353–359
contracts 55
courts 45–54
covenant 7–16, 20, 29, 220, 276–277, 282, 283, 290, 325, 426, 437, 439–448
covenant theology 13–15, 327–328
covenant in the New Testament 441–448
Covenant Code 7, 13, 14, 29, 36–42, 66, 69–72, 80, 83, 84, 85, 88, 89, 119, 124, 135, 138, 139, 144, 151, 157–172, 182, 184, 204, 219, 227, 228, 234, 235–237, 244, 259–263, 282, 306–317, 440
date of Covenant Code 235–247, 260, 334
table of correspondences between Covenant Code and Mesopotamian law collections 307, 315
crime 36–41
D
D (Deuteronomic pentateuchal source) 7, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 20–27, 30, 36–40, 48, 61, 63, 64, 66, 69–72, 80–81, 89–95, 138–139, 166–169, 177–178, 182, 184, 189, 199–211, 219, 227, 234, 235, 244, 281–282, 284, 293, 325, 342, 344
Deuteronomic Reform see also Josiah’s Reform
oldest kernel of D 210, 334
relationship to treaty forms 325
data 353, 354, 356, 357
Decalogue 7, 14, 20, 25, 28, 52, 63, 79, 81, 135–152, 182, 227, 281, 291
chronological date 143, 334
in the New Testament 414–418
Dead Sea Scrolls 16
Delphi 203
Deuteronomistic History (dtr) 181, 183, 223, 335, 342
disability 22
Documentary Hypothesis 177–182, 257–259
E
E (Elohist pentateuchal source) 13, 30, 80, 88, 135, 138, 151, 166–167, 177, 227, 258, 282, 284
elderly 22
Elephantine 203, 359–362
environment 27
Essenes 370
“eye for an eye” 37, 119–129
F
father’s house 20, 21, 49, 290, 293, 320, 498–499
(p. 594) festivals, minor 87–88
Footnote (Israeli film) 397
G
Golden Rule 375, 412
Greek law 41, 457–458
Dracon’s law 172
H
H or HC (Holiness pentateuchal source) 12–13, 14, 16, 21–27, 61, 66, 69–72, 84, 89–95, 103, 178–181, 185–187, 188, 191, 219, 227, 234, 236–237, 244, 263–267, 275, 282, 283, 284
halakhah 367, 388–405, 451–565
authority of rabbis 458–459
Hebrew, historical development of 239–245, 335–336
Hittite vassal treaties 11, 322–323, 327
homosexuality 21
I
incest 22
inheritance 22, 25–26, 49, 60, 63, 339–340, 360–361
international relations 340–341
Iranian law 458, 464
J
J (Yahwist pentateuchal source) 30, 66, 80, 82, 88, 90, 151, 166–167, 177, 227, 258–259
JE (combined source of J and E) 178–179, 258
Jehoshaphat’s reform 49, 55
Jephthah 16, 87–88, 337
Job 292, 294, 299
Joseph, sale of 228
Josephus 141, 208, 550
on slavery 495 see references to passages in Josephus in index of textual citations
Josiah’s reform 84, 89, 199–202, 235, 238, 260–261, 267, 278, 282, 334, 341–342, 344, 441
jubilee 23, 54, 498
Jubilees 181, 268, 370, 379 see references to passages in Jubilees in index of textual citations
jus primae noctis 343
K
Karaites 390
karet 190
ketubbah 371–373
L
law, what is include under 2, 7, 35–36
legal pluralism 460
levirate marriage 23
liturgy 477–479
M
Maccabean revolt 368
mezuzot 148
midrash 387–401, 427, 484
school of Rabbi Akiva versus school of Rabbi Ishmael 392–394, 400, 403–404
minḥah 16, 91–92, 263
motive clauses 221
N
nethinim 187, 499
Noah 88, 283, 295, 441
O
oaths 52–53
oral Torah 386–387, 399
ordeal 56
P
P or PT (Priestly pentateuchal source) 7, 30, 69–70, 81, 82, 84, 89–96, 101–112, 138, 151, 166–167, 177–191, 227, 234, 236, 238–242, 244, 248, 257–264, 282
distinction between P and H 179–181, 210
outline of cultic calendar 188–189
outline of P source in Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus and Deuteronomy 177–178, 183
(p. 595) outline of priestly laws in Numbers 189–190
strata of P source 181, 186
Passover 83–84, 87, 88, 180, 182, 190, 219, 480, 482
Pharisees 370, 418
Philo 141, 208, 432, 551
on slavery 495 see references to passages in Philo in index of textual citations
priests and Levites 184–188, 204, 237–238, 246, 248, 279, 282, 283, 440–441, 447, 476–477, 479
Purim 87
Q R
rape 60, 61–62, 293
resident alien 24–25, 69–72, 263, 433
rewritten Bible 181, 190–192, 268
riksu 13
Rosh Hashanah 85–86, 480–481
Rosh Hodesh 86–87
S
Sabbath 25, 79–82, 87, 138, 188–189, 190, 219, 368
New Testament view 420–421
rabbinic rules 390, 480
Sadducees 370
Samaritan Pentateuch, relationship to Masoretic text 266
sanctuary 183–184, 248, 285
Jerusalem Temple 342
sanctuary property 12–13
social justice 19–33, 50–51, 519–531, 537–550
differences between biblical social justice and modern concepts 19–21
sotah, see adultery
Sukkot 84–85, 88, 182, 190, 480
T
tablet, breaking a 218
Tamar 61
tefillin 148
Ten Commandments see Decalogue
torah 16, 292, 297–301
treaty 9, 438
vassal treaty 11–12, 13, 16, 261, 319–329
loyalty oath 239, 319–329
ratification of treaty 326–327
treaty with a god 327–328
trials 46–54
U
Uru-kagina (Uru-inimgina), Reforms of 10
W
witnesses 51–53
Y
Yahwist see J
Yom Kippur 86, 187, 480–482
Z
Zelophehad, daughters of 219