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Hermeneutics. Chronicling a Personal Journey. Elkhart ID:
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2. “From Pentateuch to Chronicles.
What does the End (Chronicles) of the Hebrew Bible Canon Imply for the
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(Contemporary) Readers.” In: New Perspectives on Intercultural Reading of
the Bible. Edited by D.S. Schipani, M. Brinkman and H. Snoek. Elkhart:
Institute of Mennonite Studies, 239-255.
4. “Who’s Speaking? On Whose
Behalf? The Book of Haggai from the Perspective of Identity Formation in the
Persian Period.” In: History,
Memory, Hebrew Scriptures. A Festschrift for Ehud Ben Zvi. Edited by I. Wilson and D.V. Edelman. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 197-214.
5. “Agrarian Economy through
City-Elites’ Eyes: Reflections of Late Persian Period Yehud Economy in the
Genealogies of Chronicles.” In: The Economy of Ancient Judah in Its
Historical Context. Edited by Marvin Miller, Ehud Ben Zvi, and Gary
Knoppers. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 75-99.
6. “‘The Ark of the Covenant
of the Lord’ The Place of Covenant in the Chronicler’s Theology.” In: Covenant
in the Persian Period: from Genesis to Chronicles. Edited by Richard
Bautch and Gary Knoppers. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 393-414.
7. “On Becoming a Family in
South Africa: Intercultural Bible Reading as Transformative Power in
Society.” In: Bible and Transformation: The Promise of Intercultural Bible
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SBL Press, 387-413.
8. Defining All-Israel in
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Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck. [This publication won the Andrew Murray – Desmond Tutu
prize for best theological publication in South Africa during 2016-2017.]
9. “‘My Wife Must Not Live in King David’s Palace’ (2 Chr 8:11): A
Contribution to the Diachronic Study of Intermarriage Traditions in the
Hebrew Bible”, Journal of Biblical Literature 135/1, 35-47.
10. “Being both on the Periphery and in the Centre:
The Jerusalem Temple in Late Persian Period Yehud from Postcolonial
Perspective.” In: Centres and Peripheries
in the Early Second Temple Period, FAT. Edited by Ehud Ben Zvi and Christoph Levin. Tübingen: Mohr
11. “Satan Made Me Do It!” The Development of a Satan
Figure as Social-Theological Diagnostic Strategy from the late Persian
Imperial Era to Early Christianity”, Old Testament Essays 30/2,
12. “What was Considered to be Apostasy by the
Chronicler, and How Does it Relate to Deuteronomic Law?” Journal of
Semitics 26/1, 382-411.
13. “Chronicles in an (Un)changing World: The ‘Persian Context’ in
Biblical Studies,” Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 42/3,