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(p. 599) Index of Subjects and Names

(p. 599) Index of Subjects and Names

Aasgaard, R. 423
Abel 99, 200
Abigail 393, 401
Abimelech, son of Gideon 180–181, 357
Abimelek, king of Gerar 111, 460
Abner 86, 199–200, 543
Achan 169, 172, 175, 281
Achsah 170, 173, 181
Ackerman, J. 227
Ackerman, S. 401
Ackroyd, P. 219
Adam 51, 391, 504, 531
in genealogies 286–287
in New Testament interpretation 369–370
and masculinity 411, 413, 415–418
and sexuality 457–458
Adam, A. K. M. 588
Adams, C. 451–452
Adams, R. 411, 414
Adonijah 205, 393
Adonis 496
adoption 126, 128–133, 471
Aeneid 66, 325–326
affect 7, 354–359
Africa(n/s) 115, 402, 436, 573–582
African American 115–116, 128, 269, 366, 556–557
Afuape, T. 551
agriculture 492, 495–496, 529–530, 533, 535
Ahaz 219, 224
Ahaziah 207
Ahijah 205–207, 394
Ahmed, S. 359
Ahn, Y-S. 321
Ai 169, 174, 281, 564, 571
Aichele, G. 297–298, 300, 302, 567
Akhmatova, A. 103
Akoto, D. B. E. A. 423
Alber, J. 38, 41
Albertz, R. 276, 502–503, 532
Aldama, F. L. 39
Alexander the Great 336
Alexander, J. 552
Alexander, L. 324, 332–333, 336, 591
Allen, G. 279
Allen, L. C. 227
Alter, R. 30–34, 41, 56, 88, 112–114, 161, 174, 184, 196, 201, 208, 230, 390, 523
alterity 40, 589, 592
Altes, L. K. 585
Althaus-Reid, M. 405
Althusser, L. 7–8
Altpeter, G. 356
Amalek 131, 133, 164, 260
Amasa 198–200
Amaziah 217, 220–222
ambiguity
as characteristic of Hebrew narrative 57–58, 90, 99, 105, 114, 117, 119, 127
in ritualized narrative 137, 140–141, 143–144
in Deuteronomy 163
moral ambiguity 586
of character 208, 248, 296, 343, 437
of sexual violation 291, 459–460
of focalization 301
of social roles 346
Ambrose, C. 355
Amit, Y. 27, 182, 186
Ammonites 461–462
Amorite(s) 154, 280, 508
Anak(im) 152, 175, 176
Anat 237
Ancient of Days 266, 270–272
Anderson, J. 111, 114
Anderson, J. C. 29, 36, 40, 309, 400, 412
Andersson, G. 28, 40
Andronicus 365
Animals
as food 331, 489–492
as narrative subjects 444–452
in agriculture 489–492, 531–533
as symbols 270, 512
in relationship to humans 492, 494, 496
reproduction of 457
sacrifice of 141, 277, 524
Anna 18, 103, 401
Antioch 310, 331, 334
Antiochus 269–270, 273, 510
Antiquities of the Jews. See Josephus
Anzaldúa, G. 436
Applegate, J. 218
Apocalypse of John 384, 511
apocalypse 40, 267, 377–378, 380–382, 384, 511. See also genre
Apollo 336
apostles 64, 319, 330–335, 337
Apostolos-Cappadona, D. 400
Apsu 54–55, 58
Aqhat 54, 57, 84, 237
Aquinas 112, 366
Aratus 61–63, 65, 67
Arendt, H. 5, 10, 19
Ariès, P. 422–423
Aristotle,
ethics 587–589
narrative poetics 5, 163, 382
ark narrative 195
Armageddon 379
Artaxerxes I 277–278
Asherah 104, 401
Ashtaroth 293
Asia Minor 331–332, 336, 379, 384
Assis, E. 172
Assmann, J. 129, 164, 263
Assyria(ns) 206, 210, 218, 228, 509, 512
Astell, A. 590
Astruc, J. 112
Athaliah 207, 545
Athena 435, 590
Athens 62, 75, 331
atonement 138, 142, 144
Atrahasis, (Tale of) 84, 237
Auerbach, E. 31, 56–57, 88, 113–114, 247–248, 358, 586
Augustine 112
Auld, G. 138, 196–197, 201
Aune, D. 377
authorial audience 310–311, 321–322, 324–326
authorial intent 310, 315
Baal, Balu 54, 57–58, 84, 98, 104, 127, 175–176, 208, 468
Babel 6, 15, 96, 98, 109, 508, 535, 586
Babylon 96, 98, 148, 206, 210–211, 222–223, 262, 269, 380–381, 404, 509–512, 555. See also empire
Babylonian conquest 6, 13, 216, 553
Babylonian exile 159, 163, 204, 499, 502, 569
Babylonian Theodicy 242
Bacchae, The, 61, 63–66, 69–70, 335–336
Bach, A. 115, 401
Bachmann, M. L. G. 402
Baden, J. S. 137
Badiou, A. 363, 540
Bailey, K. 352
Bailey, R. 436, 462, 579
Baker, C. A. 540, 547
Bakhtin, M. 14, 19–20, 51, 57–58, 105, 157, 196, 201, 246, 258, 261
Bakke, O. M. 423
Bal, M. 4, 27, 29, 37–39, 116, 162, 183–184, 187, 301, 399
Balch, D. 334, 424
Balla, P. 423
Band, A. J. 149, 227
Barclay, J. M. G. 367
Bar-Efrat, S. 28, 33, 35, 37, 113, 196
Barr, D. 8, 36, 376–378, 381, 383–384
(p. 601) Barré, M. L. 522
Bartelmus, R. 357
Barthes, R. 34–35, 38, 113, 247, 249–250, 279, 297–298
Bartlett, R. P. 530
Barton, J. 465, 467, 588
Basham, A. 570–571
Basil of Caesarea 112
Batey, K. 103
Bauckham, R. 383, 402
Bauer, D. R. 309
Baxter, J. E. 423
Beal, L. W. 209
Beal, T. K. 142, 207, 257, 259, 415, 419
Beardsley, M. C. 32
Beauvoir, S. de 411, 436
Beavis, M. A. 353
Bechtel, L. 114
Bedderman, G. 416
Beek, M. 172
Beem, B. 181
Beker, J. 362
Bell, C. 140, 260
Bellis, A. O. 406
Belo, F. 520
Belsey, C. 250
Benavidez, D. 357
Benavidez, E. 357
Benjamin, D. 447
Benjamin, J. 474–475
Benjamin, W. 57, 586
Benjaminite(s) 181, 185, 524
Bennema, C. 28
Benson, P. 14
Ber, V. 127, 268–269
Berger, P. 161
Berlinerblau, J. 519, 523
Berman, J. 163
Bernstein, M. A. 14
Bernstein, N. W. 326
Berossus 52
Berquist, J. 15, 276, 510, 519
Berrigan, D. 553
Betcher, S. 326
Bethel 181, 207, 209, 220
Bethlehem 245, 248, 324, 494–495, 567
Bhabha, H. K. 39, 326, 436
Bibb, B. D. 137, 139, 142
Bible and Culture Collective 35, 288
Bickerman, E. J. 228
Biddle, M. E. 172
Bird, P. 115, 173, 470, 513, 519
Black, S. 309
Black Theology 580
Bledstein, A. J. 115
Blenkinsopp, J. 110, 276, 278–279, 293, 423, 565, 571
Blomberg, C. 352
Blum, E. 96
Blumenthal, D. 187, 473, 475
Boda, M. 276, 279
Bodner, K. 15, 196, 204, 206, 209, 543
Boer, R. 19, 119, 288, 362, 519, 522, 529, 535, 568–569
Bohache, T. 316
Bond, H. 175, 314
Bonz, M. 67, 333
Boogaart, T. 181
Book of the Covenant 14, 103. See also law(s)
Booth, W. 6, 29, 298, 359, 585, 587–589
Borchert, W. 239
Borgen, P. 196
Boring, M. E. 141, 298
Borowski, O. 445, 448
Bos, J. W. H. 111
Boswell, J. 423
Bourdieu, P. 271, 273, 279, 282, 520, 522–523, 525
Bowie, E. L. 324
Bowlby, J. 187, 474–475
Bowman, J. W. J. 381
Bowman, R. 29
Boyarin, D. 439, 566
Boyd, B. 10, 110
Boyle, B. 222
Bradley, K. R. 424
Brahmins 570
Branden, R. C. 309
Brant, J-A. A. 67
Brantlinger, P. 327
(p. 602) Braun, W. 321
Brawley, R. L. 321, 332
bread 111, 152, 245, 486, 491–496, 564. See also food.
Bremond, C. 38
Brenner, A. 115, 125, 173, 182–183, 185, 248, 268, 400, 424, 457, 490–491
Brett, M. 110, 118–119, 452, 540, 564, 571
Brettler, M. 183, 522, 525
Brewer, D. 533
Brewton, V. 288
Bridges, T. 411
Britt, B. 8, 21, 157, 160–161, 165
Brock, B. 448
Brod, H. 411–413
Brodie, T. L. 534
Brooke-Rose, C. 38
Brooks, C. 31
Brooks, P. 162, 249, 290
Brown, J. K. 309
Brown, J. S. 19
Brown, R. 324, 403
Brown, W. P. 587
Brownmiller, S. 460
Brubaker, R. 153
Brueggemann, W. 196, 268, 466, 531, 555–556
Bruner, J. 5, 9–10
Bruno, A. 85
Buccellati, G. 242
Budde, K. 195
Buell, D. 370
Buell, L. 585
Buis, P. 125
Bunge, M. J. 423–424
Burnside, J. P. 128
Burridge, R. 67
Burrus, V. 334
Busch, A. 61
Bush, F. 258
Butler, J. 456
Butler, T. 566, 568–570
Butts, J. R. 351
Byrskog, S. 76–77
Cabrita, J. 576–577, 582
Cadbury, H. 320, 332
Caesarea 112, 313, 331
Cahill, A. J. 460
Cain 96–97, 104, 508
Calarco, M. 449
Calhoun, L. 551
Caligula 371
Callahan, A. 366
Callaway, M. C. 222
Calloud, J. 34
Calypso 435
Cameron, R. 331
Camp, C. 105, 114, 150–151, 169, 174, 186, 200, 281, 389, 401, 519
Campbell, A. 196
Campbell, E. F. 248
Campbell, J. 574–575, 582
Canaanite woman 406, 461. See also Syro-Phoenecian woman.
Cantú, L. 344
Caplan, P. 458
Capps, L. 9, 13–14, 119
Carasik, M. 125
Carden, M. 173, 404
Carmichael, C. 159
carnivalesque 182, 257–258, 261
carnophallogocentrism 450–452
Carr, D. 5, 110
Carr, D. M. 4, 13–14, 17, 19, 74–75, 106, 162, 372, 502, 550, 553
Carroll R., M. D. 587
Carroll, R. 499
Carter, C. 276, 519–520
Carter, W. 36, 236, 307–311, 313–314, 316, 343, 511, 591
Caruth, C. 550
Casana, J. 530
Cassuto, U. 85
casteism 569–71
Castles, S. 344
Cates, L. 114
Cathcart, K. J. 357
Causse, A. 519
Ceres, goddess of agriculture 496
Certeau, M. de 10–11
Chan, M. 15, 211
Chaney, M. 519
Charles, R. 362
Chatman, S. 29, 38, 298, 307, 313
childist interpretation 20, 422, 425–427, 430
children
and animals 448–452
and ethnicity 111, 118, 278, 503
and land 483, 493, 533
as metaphors 216, 343, 348, 370, 467–468, 470, 473–475
as mockers 536
as narrative subjects 102–103, 422–430
as readers 247, 481, 577
as victims of violence 6, 173, 236, 238, 240–241, 256, 267, 461, 473, 568, 581, 587
borne to barren women 395–396
in dynasty 194
in social hierarchy 440, 457–461
of Israel 147–149, 153–154
in utopian vision 55
Childs, B. 125–126, 131, 195
Chloe 365
Christ assemblies 362, 372
Christianity
in Africa 573–576, 579, 582
in Asia 357
in the lives of children 423
Western 370–371
Christology 299, 301
Chronicler 16, 80–81, 105, 288–290, 293, 295, 545, 547
Chun, S. M. 588
Cilicia 331
Clanton, D. W. 400
Classen, A. 423
Claudius 371
Clear, M. 463
Clines, D. J. A. 97–98, 112, 115, 241, 263, 276, 278, 412–414, 465, 475, 500
Clingerman, F. 481–482
Clough, D. 445
Clutton-Brock, J. 448
Coates, G. W. 127
Cobb, J. C. 557
Cobley, P. 300
Cohen, S. J. D. 424
Cohn, L. 557
Cohn, R. L. 209
Collins, A. 19, 267
Collins, J. 267, 276, 377
Comaroff, J. 573–575
Comaroff, J. L. 574–575
companion species 447–449
Concannon, C. 369
Cone, J. 557
conquest narrative 169, 172–176
Conroy, C. 195
Constantine 510
contextual Bible study 580–581
Conway, C. 17, 342–343, 403–404, 412
Conzelmann, H. 321, 332
Coogan, M. D. 54, 57
Cook, S. 223, 519
Cooper, A. 472
Cooper, J. 424
Coote, R. 519
Copher, C. B. 115
Corinth 75, 331, 362, 368
Corinthian church 576
Corinthian women prophets 368
Corley, K. E. 321
Cornelius 331, 335
Cornell, S. 151, 153
Cosgrove, C. 590
Counihan, C. 490, 496
Covenant
ancient Near Eastern 8, 56
and theodicy 160, 164
as literary motif 125–128, 132–133, 278, 281–282
as social contract 541–547, 568
Book of the 14, 103
breach of 15–16, 229–231, 509
(p. 604)
in ritual practice 142, 157–158, 165, 169, 171
loyalty as characteristic of God 467–471, 509, 518
loyalists 101, 205
obligations 144, 164–165, 210
reciprocity 99–100
Craig, K. 226–227, 258
Craven, T. 445
Crawford, S. W. 77, 262
Creangă, O. 168, 172–173, 187, 412–413, 564, 567
Crenshaw, J. 468
Crites, S. 5, 585
Cross, F.M. 54, 73–74, 85
Crossan, J. D. 353–354, 587, 589
Crossley, M. 13
Culler, J. 288
Culley, R. C. 113
Culpepper, R. A. 28–30, 33, 35–37, 307, 342
cultural memory 116, 236, 238, 241, 270, 504, 508. See also memory.
cultural studies 38–39, 342, 445
Currie, M. 3, 7, 17, 39, 111, 300
Cyrus 16, 277, 286
D’Angelo, M. R. 7, 400
Dagon 291, 293
Dalley, S. 54–55
Damascus 63, 205, 331, 509
Damasio, A. 7
Damrosch, D. 56, 139, 142
Dancygier, B. 39
Danker, F. W. 321, 332
Danove, P. L. 304
Darius 277
Darr, J. 320–321, 332, 403
David’s wives/women 184, 399, 401
Davidic covenant 546–547
Davidic dynasty/line/lineage 14, 16, 192, 249–250, 287, 513
Davidic empire 508–509
Davidson, E. T. A. 182
Davidson, S. 509
Davies, G. 126, 276
Davies, J. 132
Davies, P. 4, 19, 259, 263, 267
Davis, E. 406
Davis, F. 557
Davis, G. 29
Davis, T. 585
Dawsey, J. 321
Dawson, K. 537
Day of Atonement 142
Day, L. 257–258, 263
De Claissé-Walford, N. L. 172
de Lauretis, T. 249
de Man, P. 32, 268
de Moor, J. C. 85
de Vaux, R. 519
Dead Sea Scrolls 267, 351
Deane-Drummond, C. 445
Dearman, J. A. 423
DeBerg, B. 416
Debir 170, 571
Decalogue 103, 127, 133
deconstruction 32, 35, 41, 112, 129, 196, 201, 246, 262, 311, 551
Deen, E. 399
Deleuze, G. 515
Delilah 180–181, 399, 401
Delphi 336
Delphy, C. 456
Demand, N. 424
De-Malach, N. 564–565, 567–569
DeMello, M. 445
Derrida, J. 449–452, 515, 588
Descartes, R. 436, 442
DeSilva, D. A. 384
Deuteronomic Code 158, 163
Deuteronomic/Deuteronomistic History 13, 35, 75, 77, 79, 172, 195–196, 204–205, 207, 260, 287, 540 (p. 605)
as part of Primary History or Enneateuch 95–105
Deuteronomist(s) 158, 161, 171, 181, 287, 402, 542–547
relationship to Deuteronomy 159–161
women in 402–403
Dewey, J. 36, 400
Diakonoff, I. M. 529–530
dialogism 57, 288
diaspora 14, 20, 255, 257–263, 437, 498–505
diaspora literature 257, 259, 498–505
Dibelius, M. 62, 332
Didache 423
Dieckmann, D. 423
Dietch, L. 517
Dietrich, W. 197, 542–543
Dinah 114, 400, 427, 439, 461–463
Dionysus 63–65, 335–336
disability 390, 392–396
disciples of Jesus 8, 17, 64, 68, 297, 299, 302, 308, 313, 320, 325, 334, 341, 345–347, 440–441, 465, 591–593
of Paul 369
women as 400, 403
Dixon, S. 424
Dobbs-Allsopp, F. W. 85
Doctorow, E. L. 377
Documentary Hypothesis 137
Dodd, C. H. 70, 353
Dodds, E. R. 64
Doka, K. 551
Donahue, J. R. 35
Donaldson, L. 402, 437
Doran, R. 267
Douglas, M. 138, 141, 144, 444, 490, 519
Dowland, S. 416
Dozeman, T. 125, 127, 131–133, 151
dragon (cosmic) 54–55, 379, 381–383
Du Bois, W. 128
Dube, M. 343, 404–406, 436, 462, 582
Duguid, P. 19
Duke, P. 342
Duke, R. K. 288
Dumas, D. 415, 417
Dupertuis, R. R. 9, 330, 334
Durkheim, E. 519–523, 525
Dyck, J. E. 287
Eagleton, T. 288
Ebeling, J. R. 400
Eco, U. 377, 485
ecological hermeneutics 445, 481
economics 423, 517, 519, 529–537
Edelman, D. 196, 276
Edenburg, C. 96
Edom 89, 154, 452, 509
Edwards, D. R. 321, 324, 326
Edwards, J. R. 297, 302
Edwards, O. C. 324
Edwards, R. A. 307–311
Edwards, T. 411
Eglon 170, 174, 390, 392, 520, 522–524, 571
Ehrensberger, K. 362
Eilberg-Schwartz, H. 412, 445
Eisen, U. 333
El Elyon 483
El-Roi 117
Elbarbary, S. 327
Eleazar 149, 169
Eliashib 281–282
Elimelech 245, 249
Elizabeth 6, 18, 36, 320, 400, 458, 576
Elkins, K. G. 422–423
Elliot, N. 371
Elliott, J. 519–520
Elliott, M. 138
Elliott, S. 28, 40–41, 296, 300–301
Ellis, R. 172
Elohim 54, 58, 100, 109, 117, 119, 126
empire 97, 215–216
as affecting biblical literature 102, 104–105, 111, 337, 436–442, 507–515
(p. 606)
as literary motif 224, 266–267, 270–271, 273, 326, 507–515
Babylonian 16, 96, 508, 510
-critical approach 36, 321, 365
Hellenistic 509–510
Ottoman 78
Persian 15, 216, 255–262, 393, 403, 510
Solomon’s 205
Eng, M. 424, 430, 500
Engels, F. 511
Enkidu 55, 446
Enmerkar and the Lord of Aratta 55
Enuma Elish 54, 58, 84, 293
environmental hermeneutics 481–488
Ephesus 379
Ephraim(ite) 88, 170, 394, 461, 502
Ephros, A. 227
Epistle to Diognetus 423
Erbele-Küster, D. 423
Eriksen, T. 543
Esarhadden 8
Esdras 278
Eskenazi, T. 18, 276–278
Esler, P. F. 321, 332–333, 402
Eslinger, L. 171, 195
estate ownership and labor 246, 531–536
Ethan the Ezrahite 470
Ethiopian eunuch 76, 331
eunuchs 207, 256, 260, 438, 545
Eurycleia 68–70
Eusebius 331
Evans, C. A. 351–352, 424
Evans, J. K. 351–352, 424
Everhart, J. 207
Evo(lutionary)critics 10, 110
Ewald, H. 287
exile 148, 204, 209, 211, 498, 569
and the prophets 222–223
as source of trauma 1, 2–15, 105
as divine plan 96–97, 101–102, 206, 547
exilic literature 500–501
Exum, J. C. 111–112, 115, 127, 162, 181, 183, 252, 395, 400–402, 404, 459
Eynikel, E. 196
Ezekiel
book of 142, 215–217, 219, 223, 510, 512
prophet, character 223, 237–238, 262, 469, 512–513
Fanon, F. 436
Farelly, N. 28
Farwell, M. 39
Fee, G. 591
Fee, J. 366
Feeley-Harnik, G. 490
Fehribach, A. 343
Felder, C. H. 115
Feldman, A. 352
feminism 41, 196, 288, 399, 411–412, 425, 452, 463, 475
feminist criticism and theory 115, 117, 162, 173, 183, 399–400, 402, 411, 414
figuration 88–89, 299
First Peoples 567–568, 571
Fischer, I. 115, 423
Fishbane, M. 113, 159, 163
Fitzmyer, J. 324
Flanagan, J. W. 519
Flannery, F. 208
Flatto, D. C. 545
Fleishman, J. 423
Fleming, D. 280, 542–543
Flessen, B. 413
(p. 607) Flint, P. 267, 495
Fludernik, M. 5, 9, 16, 29, 38–41
focalization 34, 37, 116, 118, 296–297, 299–303, 354
Fokkelman, J. 28–29, 33, 113, 195, 201, 482, 535
Foley, J. 73–74, 78–79
folklore 127, 267, 269, 401
food
and animals 444, 446, 450–451,
and Christology 495–496
and empire 508, 512,
in the book of Ruth 90, 493–495
in Genesis 102, 458, 491–493
in the wilderness 130–131, 149
in Kings 209–211
in Esther 261
in Mark 429
in trickery 564
production and consumption 489–496, 529, 531–532
form criticism 287, 518
formalism 29, 112, 115, 140–141
Forster, E. 40
Forti, T. L. 445
Foster, B. 14, 66, 358, 500, 532
Foucault, M. 36, 51, 206, 436
Fountain, A. K. 263
Fowler, R. 36, 297
Fox, E. 113
Francis, J. M. M. 424
Frank, A. 5, 7–9, 11–13, 18, 110–111, 116, 119, 159
Freedman, A. D. 27
Freedman, D. N. 96, 98, 230
Frei, H. 125, 159, 587
Frerichs, E. S. 125
Fretheim, T. 126–127, 129, 132, 468
Freud, S. 12, 183, 246, 249–250, 472–473, 475
Frevel, C. 150
Frick, F. S. 519
Fried, L. 276, 545
Friedman, R. E. 159
Frolov, S. 197, 401
Frymer-Kensky, T. 18, 114, 162, 173
Fuchs, Ernst 353
Fuchs, Esther 115, 400, 406, 457, 459, 461–462
Fuller, C. 18
Funk, R. 351, 353, 358
Gabriel 65
Gager, J. G. 520
Galatia(ns) 369, 510
Galilee 17, 297, 337
Gallagher, S. 416
Garber, D. 13
García-Treto, F. O. 437
Gardiner, J. K. 411–412
Gardner, J. 424
Garrett, S. R. 325
Garro, L. 10, 13, 15
Garroway, K. 423
Garsiel, M. 196
Gath 80, 176, 389, 391
Gaventa, B. R. 336–337
gay and lesbian studies 411, 415
Gaza 174, 176
Geller, S. 131, 208
gender. See also masculinity
as critical lens in biblical studies 315, 398–402, 412–414
and ancient cultural values 518, 524
and children 424, 429, 430
and cultural history 415–419
and food production 489, 492, 494, 496
and sexuality 456–460
and sexual violence 460–462, 581
as criterion of Otherness 436, 447, 448, 450, 452
in Genesis – Kings 102, 111, 116, 126, 150–151, 173, 176, 180, 183, 186, 207, 404–405, 451
in Ruth 248, 252
in Esther 259–260, 262–263
in Chronicles 288, 292
in the Gospels 36, 321, 326, 343, 402–406, 429
in Paul 369–371
studies and theory 38, 41, 176, 183, 260, 411–412
Genette, G. 28, 38, 300
(p. 608) genre(s) 112
ancient Near Eastern 56
and ethics 588
and social setting 518,
and politics 542,
as markers of literary structure 85–87
epic and history 74–79,
in prophetic books 215–224, 227
non-narrative 84–91
of Acts 333–338
of Chronicles 288
of Daniel 266–268, 501
of Deuteronomy 8, 13, 158–65
of diaspora literature 498–504
of Esther 257–260, 438, 501
of the Gospels 322
of Joshua 171–172
of Judges 182
of lament and protest 558
of Leviticus 144
of parables 352–359
of Pauline literature 362–363
of Revelation 376–378, 382–384
of Ruth 247–248
of the books of Samuel 195
of scholarship 100
gentile(s) 239, 310, 331–335, 355, 369–371, 406, 439, 496, 504
George, M. 127, 206, 424, 519
Gerleman, G. 257
Gershom 129, 484
Gezer 80–81, 170
Gibeah 181
Gibson, A. 39
Gideon 180–181, 186, 357
Gies, K. 423
Gilead 487, 565
Gilgal 169, 174–175, 521
Gilgamesh, Epic of, 84, 237, 567
Gilmour, R. 192, 194, 196–198, 200, 210
Glancy, J. 302, 405, 412
Glaude, E. 125
globalization 365, 514–515
Globe, A. 181, 402
Goebel, W. 39
Goulder, M. 332
Goldman, S. 258
Good Samaritan 355, 359, 591
Good, E. 268
Gooding, D. 181
Gordis, R. 257
Gordon, R. 126, 172
Gorman, F. 141
Gorman, M. 367–368
Gorospe, A. 126, 590
gospel, Gospel(s),
and empire 6–7, 343, 510–512
narrative and social work of 6–9, 17–18, 322–326
as the focus of ethical criticism 590–594
as the focus of feminist criticism 7, 9, 343, 400–406, 590–594
as the focus of narrative criticism 28, 30, 33, 35–37, 298–300, 307–310, 332, 342–343
as the focus of narrative and historical criticisms 310–312, 332
as the focus of reader response criticism 40, 309–315
characterization in 40
Greek literature’s influence on 61, 67, 69–70, 323–326
in Pauline literature 365
of John 17, 28, 30, 33, 36, 341–348, 511
of Matthew 6, 17–18, 36, 307–315, 495–496, 508, 511
parables in 351–359
relationship to Revelation 378, 383
Gottschall, J. 7, 19
Gottwald, N. 216, 519, 556
Gowler, D. 332
Graeme, A. A. 196, 201
Graetz, N. 114
Granowski, J. J. 15, 211
Greco-Roman literature 63, 65, 67, 69
Green, B. 19, 247
Green, J. 35
Greenberg, M. 59
Greenstein, E. 113, 142
Gregg, M. 359
Gregory, A. F. 238, 319
Greimas, A. J. 38
Gressmann, H. 195
Grieb, K. 363, 370
Grimké, J. 367
Gros Louis, K. 181
Gross, A. 231, 445
Grossman, J. 259, 261
Grosz, E. 286
Groupe d’Entrevernes 34
Guatari, F. 515
Guest, D. 180, 412, 414
Guillaume, P. 530
Gunda, M. R. 127
Gundry-Volf, J. 423
Gunkel, H. 112, 171, 247, 444
Gunn, D. 28, 37, 57, 114–115, 166, 172, 182–185, 187, 195, 204, 207, 227, 248, 391, 395, 401, 451, 463, 465, 482
Gunner, E. 576
Gymnich, M. 39
Haag, E. 260
Habel, N. 481–482, 484–485
habitus 520, 523–525
Hackett, J. 70
Haddox, S. 413
Haenchen, E. 332
Hägg, T. 323
Hald, M. 530
Hall, S. L. 75, 172
Hallo, W. W. 51, 139–140
Halpern, B. 523
Halvorson-Taylor, M. 498, 500, 504
Hamburg 239
Hamilton, M. 557
Hammedatha 256
Hananiah 222
Hanson, P. 267, 377
Haraway, D. 447–449
Hardt, M. 515
Harrington, D. J. 35
Harris, R. 13
Harvey, J. 15, 211
Hauge, M. R. 132
Hauser, A. J. 208
Havea, J. 563, 567
Havrelock, R. 173
Hawk, L. D. 172–173, 563
Hawkins, P. S. 400
Haynor, P. 552
Hays, C. 278
Hays, R. B. 363, 365, 368
Heard, R. C. 109–110, 114, 117–119, 452, 566
Hebron 170, 174, 543, 571
Hedrick, C. W. 304
Hegel, G. W. F. 436
Heil, J. P. 309
Hellerman, J. H. 424
Hellholm, D. 377
Henderson, J. M. 221
Hengel, M. 519–520
Herder, J. G. 112
Herman, D. 5, 38–40, 167
Herman, L. 29, 39
hermeneutical circle 138
hermeneutics 125, 163, 246, 359, 400, 402, 434, 445, 447, 450, 481, 580, 588–589
Hermes 435
Herod Antipas 325
Herodians 314, 428, 441
Herodias 303, 422, 426–429
Herodias’s daughter 422, 426–428
Herzog, W. 353, 355, 358
Hess, R. S. 177
heteroglossia 288
Hettema, T. L. 588
hexateuch 95
Hexham, I. 577–578
Heym, S. 105
Hezekiah 98, 101, 206, 218–219, 222, 224, 509
Hickman, M. 30
(p. 610) Hiebert, T. 444
Higginbotham, E. B. 320
high priest 142, 281–282, 545
Hillel, D. 490
Hillers, D. 554
Hinnom Valley 221
historical criticism 19, 30, 34–35, 115, 157, 172, 176, 287, 300, 311, 540
historical studies 196–197
historicist comparison 53, 56
historiography 73–79, 81, 196–197, 201, 286, 353
Hittite 140, 460
Hivites 114, 169, 175, 461–462, 508
Hochman, B. 472
Hogan, P. C. 39
Hogg, M. A. 540
Hoglund, K. G. 276
Holbert, J. 227
Hole, F. 530
Holiness
and death 149
as characteristic of God 127, 467
as cultic/ritual category 139, 141–144, 148
as identity marker 278, 206
as moral category 143–144
Code 14, 138, 143
of Sinai, Horeb 133
School 137, 144
Holland, S. P. 252
Holocaust 5, 554, 587. See also Shoah
Holofernes 399, 401, 500
Holter, K. 580
Holy of Holies 141–143
Holy Spirit 8, 18, 319, 330
Homans, M. 38
Homer 56–57, 61, 65–70, 74, 84, 334, 435
homosexuality 137, 450
Hongisto, L. 40
Hooker, M. D. 67
Hopkins, D. 530
Horeb 164, 208–209, 484
Horn, C. 423–424
Horsley, R. 4, 36, 297, 510
Hort, G. 485
Hosea 217, 220–221
hospitality 13–15, 185, 206, 321, 325, 335, 341, 344–347, 515, 518
Household Codes 430, 440
Houston, W. 444
Howell, D. 309
Hubbard, R. 395
Huldah 401, 403
Hultgren, A. J. 352–353, 355
Hume, D. 472–473
humor 127, 180, 182, 269, 405
Humphreys, W. 114, 257, 267
Hurley, R. J. 588
Hurowitz, V. 277
Hurston, Z. N. 125
Hutchins, E. 19
Hylen, S. 342–343
identity
and Otherness 434–442, 445, 568–570
Christian 333, 364–372
doxic assumptions of 518, 523, 525
ethnic/national/racial 68, 259–260, 266, 367, 402, 405, 434–442, 461, 542, 568
exilic, post-exilic 252, 283
food and 492, 497
formation by narrative 3–8, 11–13, 15–16, 20, 78–79, 82, 98, 104–106, 109–120, 125, 151, 183, 227, 250, 267, 272, 342–343, 363, 366, 369, 403, 552, 554, 558, 589
Jewish 370–371
masculine 183, 293, 411–419
moral 587, 591
non/disability as form of 297
of author 319
of God 62
of focalizer 301
of Jesus (in Mark) 68–69, 297, (in Luke) 325, 593, (in John) 341, 345–347
of John’s Gospel 342–344, 348
of implied/real reader 297, 309, 343, 590
of Moses 126–129
of narrator 333
religious 256, 259
(p. 611)
Roman 336–337
sexuality and 456–463
ideological criticism 315, 413
Iliad 62, 84
imperialism 404, 456, 463, 575. See also empire
implied author 29, 33, 39, 187, 298–299, 309, 343
indeterminacy 246, 248, 301
India 514, 563, 569, 571, 573
interiority 40, 88, 90
interpellation 7–8
intertextuality 181, 257, 261, 288
Ipsen, A. 403
Iron Age 398, 400, 475, 490
Irwin, B. P. 251
Isaac 54, 56–58, 87, 102, 111, 114, 117, 119, 165, 210, 241, 394, 396, 400, 446, 450, 458, 460, 462, 485, 565, 574
Isaiah
book/Scroll of 55, 76, 215–222, 298, 323, 325, 469–470, 509–510
prophet, character 101, 206, 218–219, 509
Iser, W. 321–322
Ishbosheth 194, 197, 199
Ishmael 116–119, 131, 574
Iverson, K. R. 28, 300
Jackson, M. 5, 12, 19
Jackson, M. A. 111, 258, 401
Jacobson, D. 98–100, 102–105
Jahn, M. 39
James, W. 552
Janet, P. 12
Jang, Y. 381
Jankowska, N. 530, 533
Janoff-Bulman, R. 12, 15, 551
Janzen, D. 13–14, 16, 105, 187, 210, 281–282, 550
Janzen, G. 127
Japhet 81, 286–287, 293, 547
Jasper, D. 181
Jauss, H. 321
Jeansonne, S. P. 114–115
Jebus(ites) 170, 181, 508
Jehoahaz 210, 545–546
Jehoiachin 98, 104, 210–211, 217–218, 224
Jehoiakim 221–222
Jehoram 207
Jehoshaphat 206, 208
Jehu 98, 205, 207, 468
Jennings, T. 252, 371, 507, 588
Jenson, P. 141, 467
Jephthah 38, 180–181, 400, 429, 452, 504
Jephthah’s daughter 38, 400, 429
Jeremiah
book of 215–223
prophet, character 216–218, 221–223, 509, 545
Jeremias, J. 351, 353, 358
Jerusalem
as the subject of Chronicles 287, 289
Assyrian siege of 218
Babylonian destruction of 13, 95–96, 98, 100, 183, 206, 210, 221–222, 256, 499, 547, 553–555
diasporic visions of 128, 223, 499–500
in the gospels and Acts 313–314, 325–326, 330–332, 334–337, 345, 592
in the book of Revelation 379–380, 394
in the story of David 194, 198–200, 205
Israelite conquest of 170, 571
return to, reconstruction of 16, 216, 276–283
Roman destruction of 17, 351
Jerusalem Temple 277, 351
Jesus
as boundary crosser 11
as Bread of Life 495–496
as character based in Greco-Roman literature 63–70
execution of 17, 36
in Acts 63–65, 67, 330–334, 337
in John 17, 341, 343–348
(p. 612)
in Matthew 6, 17, 18, 307–308, 310–11, 313–314, 511
in Paul’s letters 367
in relationship to women 398, 400–401, 403–406, 589–593
in the book of Revelation 378–384
in the Synoptic Gospels 9, 351, 358, 495–496
masculinity of 412
teaching / sayings of 36, 351–358, 511, 514, 519–520, 589–593
the historical 40, 160, 351, 353–354
Jesus movement 8, 331, 355
Jethro 129, 131
Jezebel 104, 207–208, 382, 384, 398, 429
Joash 207
Jobling, D. 18, 34, 113, 173, 182, 196, 209
John the Baptist 76, 296, 302, 313, 401, 428–429
Johnson, L. T. 323, 335
Johnson, M. 364, 366–367
Johnson-DeBaufre, M. 362, 365
Johnson Hodge, C. 370
Johnstone, M. 587
Jonathan 80, 86–87, 126, 148, 194, 226, 291, 542
Jones, A. B. 245
Jones, G. 279
Jonker, L. C. 547
Joseph
husband of Mary 324
Joseph, A. P. 28
Josephus, F. 111–112, 125, 272, 314, 428
Joshel, S. R. 424
Jotham 357, 359
Joynes, C. 400
Judah
son of Jacob 88, 401, 461–462, 502, 565
territory of 90, 175
tribe of 88, 169–170, 185, 205
Judas