Bibliography Reference List with Abbreviations

Bibliography Reference List with Abbreviations

 

Updated 4/19 – Inclusion in this bibliography is for reference/resource us and does not necessarily imply that GBF agrees with everything in each resource.

  • [AAA] Atlas of Ancient Archaeology, Jacquetta Hawkes (ed), Barnes and Nobles: 1994.
  • [AAF] Answering a Fundamentalist, Albert J. Nevins, M.M., Our Sunday Visitor Publishing:1990.
  • [AB] Atlas of the Bible, John Rogerson, Facts on File: 1985.
  • [ABC] Atlas of the Bible and Christianity, Tim Dowley (ed.), Baker:1997.
  • [ABD] Anchor Bible Dictionary, David Noel Freedman (main ed.), DoubleDay:1992
  • [ABH] Archeology and Bible History, Free and Vos, Zondervan:1992.
  • [ABWT] Archaic Bookkeeping: Writing and Techniques of Economic Administration in the Ancient Near East, Hans Nissen / Peter Damerow / Robert Englund (trans. Paul Larsen), U.Chicago: 1993.
  • [ACAEC] Early Civilizations: Ancient Egypt in Context, Bruce G. Trigger, American University in Cairo:1993.
  • [ACCS:Mark] Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture. Thomas Oden and Christopher Hall (eds.). IVP:1998.
  • [ACH] Atlas of Classical History, Michael Grant, Oxford: 1994.
  • [AEC] The Archaeology of Early Christianity–A History, William Frend, Fortress:1996.
  • [AEL1] Ancient Egyptian Literature (3 vols), Miriam Lichtheim, Univ of Cal:1973, 1976, 1980.
  • [AEL2] Ancient Egyptian Literature (3 vols), Miriam Lichtheim, Univ of Cal:1973, 1976, 1980.
  • [AEL3] Ancient Egyptian Literature (3 vols), Miriam Lichtheim, Univ of Cal:1973, 1976, 1980.
  • [AHANE] Archeological History of the Ancient Near East, Jack Finegan, Barnes&Nobles:1979.
  • [AHSG] Archaeology, History, and Society in Galilee–the Social Context of Jesus and the Rabbis, Richard A. Horsley, Trinity Press: 1996.
  • [AI] Ancient Israel. de Vaux, Roland, McGraw-Hill, 1965.two vols.
  • [AILCC] Ancient Israelite Literature in its Cultural Context, John H. Walton, Zondervan: 1989.
  • [AL] Ancient Literacy, William V. Harris, Harvard:1989.
  • [AM] Ancient Mesopotamia, Leo Oppenheim-completed by Erica Reiner, Univ.Chicago: 1977 (2nd ed).
  • [ANET] Ancient Near Eastern Texts, Relating to the Old Testament, with supplement. James B. Pritchard. PrincetonUP:1969 (3rd ed)
  • [ANL] Archeology and Langauge: The Puzzle of Indo-European Origins, Colin Renfreq, Cambridge: 1987.
  • [ANT] The Archeology of the New Testament-The Life of Jesus and the Beginnings of the Early Church, Jack Finegan, Princeton: 1992 (revised edition)
  • [AOOT] Ancient Orient and Old Testament. Kitchen, K.A. ,Intervarsity Press, 1966.
  • [AOTI] Approaches to Old Testament Interpretation (2nd ed), by John Goldingay, IVP:1990.
  • [AP:CBW] Can a Bishop be Wrong?–Ten Scholars Challenge John Shelby Spong, Peter C. Moore (ed.), Morehouse:1998.
  • [AP:IDFB] In Defense of the Faith: Biblical Answers to Challenging Questions, Dave Hunt, Harvest House:1996.
  • [ART] Aspects of Rabbinic Theology, Solomon Schechter, Jewish Lights: 1909/1993.
  • [ATNT] The Text of the New Testament, Aland and Aland, Eerdmans/EJ Brill: 1989 (2nd ed).
  • [ATRD] As the Romans Did: A Sourcebook in Roman Social History, Jo-Ann Shelton, Oxford: 1988.
  • [BABY] Babylon, Joan Oates, Thames and Hudson: 1986 (rev.ed.)
  • [BAFCSALS] The Book of Acts in its First Century Setting: Ancient Literary Setting, Bruce Winter and Andrew Clarke (eds.), Eerdmans: 1993.
  • [BAFCSDS] The Book of Acts in its First Century Settting: Diaspora Setting, by Irina Levinskaya, Eerdmans/Paternoster:1996 (vol 5 in the series)
  • [BAFCSGR] The Book of Acts in its First Century Settting, vol 2: Graeco-Roman Setting, David W. Gill and Conrad Gempf, eds. Eerdmans: 1994.
  • [BAFCSP] The Book of Acts in its First Century Setting: Vol 4–Palestinian Setting, ed. R. Bauchkham, Eerdmans: 1995, 526pp.
  • [BAFCSPRC] The Book of Acts in its First Century Setting: Paul in Roman Custody, Brian Rapske, Eerdmans:1994.
  • [BAM] Berossos and Manetho: Introduced and Translated–Native Traditions in Ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt, Gerhard Verbrugghe and Wichersham, U.Mich: 1996.
  • [BAW] Before Abraham Was: The Unity of Genesis 1-11, Kikawada and Quinn, Ignatius: 1985.
  • [BBC] The Bible Background Commentary-NT. Keener, Craig. S. , IVP, 1993.
  • [BCANON] The Canon of Scripture, F. F. Bruce, IVP: 1988.
  • [BEALE] The Right Doctrine from the Wrong Texts, G. K. Beale (ed.), Baker:1994.
  • [BEAP] Biblical Exegesis in the Apostolic Period. Longenecker, Richard. , Eerdmans Publishing, 1975.
  • [BEB] Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible (electronic edition)
  • [BFC] Beyond Form Criticism: Essays in Old Testament Literary Criticism, Paul R. House (ed.), Eisenbrauns: 1992.
  • [BHDL] Biblical Hebrew and Discourse Linguistics, Robert D. Bergen (ed.), Summer Institute of Linguistics: 1994.
  • [BIAI] Biblical Interpretation in Ancient Israel, Michael Fishbane, Oxford: 1985.
  • [BKC] Bible Knowledge Commentary, Kenneth L. Barker, Eugene H. Merrill, and Dr. Stanley D. Toussaint (eds). Victory Books.
  • [BLOM] The Historical Reliability of the Gospels by Craig Blomberg, IVP: 1987.
  • [BLOM2] The Historical Reliability of the Gospels (2nd Ed). Craig Blomberg. IVP:2007.
  • [BM] The Birth of the Messiah, by Raymond E. Brown, Doubleday: 1993.
  • [BNTH] New Testament History. Bruce, F.F., Anchor, 1972.
  • [BPM] Bandits, Prophets, and Messiahs: Popular Movements at the Time of Jesuss, Richard Horsley and John Hanson, Harper & Row: 1985.
  • [BQI] Beyond the Q Impasse: Luke’s Use of Matthew, Allan J. McNichol (ed), Trinity: 1996. (International Institute for Gospel Studies).
  • [BREC] Books and Readers in the Early Church, Harry Y. Gamble, Yale: 1995
  • [BSNT] Behind the Scenes of the New Testament, Barnett, IVP: 1990.
  • [BTE] The Bauer Thesis Examined: The Geography of Heresy in the Early Christian Church, T.A. Robinson, Edwin Mellen: 1988.
  • [BTM] Before the Muses–An Anthology of Akkadian Literature (2 vols), Benjamin R. Foster, CDL Press:1996.
  • [BTM3] Before the Muses–An Anthology of Akkadian Literature 3rd Ed. Benjamin Foster. CDLpress:2005.
  • [BTT] The Trinity, Edward Henry Bickersteth, Kregel: 1994. Reprint of 19th century work.
  • [BVS] The Bible, Violence, and The Sacred: Liberation from the Myth of Sanctioned Violence, James G. Williams, HarperCollins: 1991.
  • [CAE] Constantine and Eusebius, Timothy D. Barnes, Harvard: 1981.
  • [CAM] Cultural Atlas of Mesopotamia and the Ancient Near East, Michael Roaf, Facts of File: 1990.
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  • [CBGR] Civilization before Greece and Rome, H.W.F. Saggs, Yale:1989.
  • [CER] The Civilization of Europe in the Renaissance, John Hale, Simon and Schuster: 1993.
  • [CFMH] The Classical Foundations of Modern Historiography, Arnaldo Momigliano, U of Ca: 1990.
  • [CH:DECB] A Dictionary of Early Christian Beliefs, David W. Bercot (ed), Hendrickson:1998.
  • [CH:JCW] John Calvin and the Will: A Critique and Corrective, Dewey J. Hoitenga, Jr., Baker:1997.
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  • [CKC2] Chronos, Kairos, Christos II, E. Jerry Vardaman (ed), Mercer UPress: 1998.
  • [CMM] An Introduction to the New Testament. Carson, D.A.; Moo, Douglas; and Morris, Leon. , Zondervan, 1992.
  • [CMM2] An Introduction to the New Testament (2nd Ed). DA Carson and Douglas Moo. Zondervan:2005.
  • [COMFORT] Quest for the Original Text of the New Testament by Philip Wesley Comfort, Baker: 1992.
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  • [COWA1] Chronologies in Old World Archaeology (2 vols), Robert W. Ehrich (ed)., Univ of Chicago: 1992.
  • [COWA2] Chronologies in Old World Archaeology (2 vols), Robert W. Ehrich (ed)., Univ of Chicago: 1992.
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  • [CRE] Christianizing the Roman Empire A.D. 100-400, Ramsay MacMullen, Yale:1984.
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  • [CRST] The Christians as the Romans Saw Them, Robert Wilken, Yale: 1984.
  • [Crux] Crucifixion, Martin Hengel, Fortress: 1977.
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  • [CS:AWU] Are We Unique?, James Trefil, Wiley:1997.
  • [CS:BBSCRB] Born Believers: The Science of Children’s Religious Belief. Justin Barrett. AtriaBooks:2012.
  • [CS:BC2POC] The Bloomsbury Companion to the Philosophy of Consciousness. Dale Jacquette (ed). Bloomsbury:2018.
  • [CS:BC2SD] The Blackwell Companion to Substance Dualism. Jonathan Loose, Angus Menuge, and JP Moreland (eds). WileyBlackwell:2018.
  • [CS:BIOCON] Biophysics of Consciousness: A Foundational Approach. Roman Poznanski, Jack Tuszynski and Todd Feinberg (eds). WorldScientific:2017.
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  • [CS:CATB] Consciousness and the Brain: Deciphering How the Brain Codes Our Thoughts. Stanislas Dehaene. Penguin:2014.
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  • [CS:CE] Conscious Experience, Thomas Metzinger (ed.), Schoningh: 1995.
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  • [CS:CRM] Children’s Reasoning and the Mind. Peter Mitchell. PsychologyPress:2001.
  • [CS:CT] Children’s Thinking, 4thEd. Robert Siegler and Martha Alibali. PrenticeHall:2004.
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  • [CS:MBB] Memory, Brain, and Belief. Daniel Schacter and Elaine Scarry (eds). Harvard:2000.
  • [CS:MCM] Minds, Causes, and Mechanisms: A Case Against Physicalism. Josep E. Corbi and Josep L. Prades. Blackwell: 2000.
  • [CS:MD] Memory Distortion: How Minds, Brains, and Societies Reconstruct the Past. Daniel Schacter (ed). Harvard:1995.
  • [CS:META] Metacognitive Diversity: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Joelle Proust and Martin Fortier (eds). OxfordUP:2018.
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  • [CS:MKC] Memory: The Key to Consciousness. Richard Thompson and Stephen Madigan. PrincetonUP:2005.
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  • [CS:TSB] The Spiritual Brain: A Neuroscientist’s Case for the Existence of the Soul. Mario Beauregard and Denyse O’Leary. Harper:2007.
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  • [DJE] Did Jesus Exist?, G. A. Wells, Pemberton:1986 (rev. ed.)
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  • [DSG] Documents for the Study of the Gospels, Cartlidge and Dungan (eds.), Fortress: 1994 (2nd ed).
  • [DSIG] Difficult Sayings in the Gospels: Jesus’ Use of Overstatement and Hyperbole., Robert H. Stein. Baker: 1985.
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  • [DSST] The Dead Sea Scrolls Today, James VanderKam, Eerdmans:1994.
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  • [DTX] A Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature, Marcus Jastrow, Judaica Press: 1971. (of Hebrew/Aramaic)
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  • [EBLA2] Eblaitica: Essays on the Ebla Archives and Eblaite Language (Vol 2), Gordon/Rendsburg (eds.), Eisenbrauns: 1990.
  • [EBLA3] Eblaitica: Essays on the Ebla Archives and Eblaite Language (Vol 3), Gordon/Rendsburg/Winter (eds.), Eisenbrauns: 1992.
  • [EBLA4] Eblaitica: Essays on the Ebla Archives and Eblaite Language (Vol 4), Gordon/Rendsburg (eds.), Eisenbrauns: 2002.
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  • [GASCT] God at Sinai: Covenant and Theophany in the Bible and Ancient Near East, by Jeffrey J. Niehaus, Zondervan:1995.
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  • [GNT] Gnosticism and the New Testament, by Pheme Perkins, Fortress: 1993.
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  • [NT:PONP] Perspectives Old and New on Paul: The Lutheran Paul and his Critics. Shephen Westerholm. Eerdmans:2004.
  • [NT:PP] Pauline Parallels, Fred Francis and J. Paul Sampley, Fortress:1984 (2nd ed).
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  • [NT:PW] Paul’s World. Stanley Porter (ed). Brill:2008.
  • [NT:QQ] Questioning Q: A Multidimensional Challenge. Mark Goodacre and Nicholas Perrin (eds). IVP:2004.
  • [NT:RCJ] The Ruling Class of Judea: The Origins of the Jewish Revolt against Rome A.D. 66-70, Martin Goodman, CambridgeUpress:1987.
  • [NT:RCNT] Revisiting the Corruption of the New Testament: Manuscript, Patristic, and Apocryphal Evidence. Daniel Wallace (ed). Kregel:2011.
  • [NT:RG] The Rhetoric of the Gospel: Theological Artistry in the Gospels and Acts. Clifton Black. Chalice:2001.
  • [NT:RIMLHP] Resurrection in Mark’s Literary-Historical Perspective. Paul M Fullmer. TNTClark: 2007.
  • [NT:RJCSG] Recovering Jewish-Christian Sects and Gospels. Petri Luomanen. Brill:2012.
  • [NT:RJIB] Rabbi Jesus–An Intimate Biography. Bruce Chilton. Image/DoubleDay:2000.
  • [NT:RNTTC] Rethinking New Testament Textual Criticism. David Alan Black (ed). Baker:202.
  • [NT:RPMC] Religious Propaganda & Missionary Competition in the New Testament World, Lukas Bormann, Kelly Del Tredici, & and Angela Standhartinger (eds), Brill:1994. (Well over half of it is in German.)
  • [NT:RSOG] The Resurrection of the Son of God. NT Wright. Fortress:2003.
  • [NT:RSP] Rethinking the Synoptic Problem. David Alan Black and David R Beck (eds). Baker:2001.
  • [NT:SAK] Spirit and Kingdom in the Writings of Luke and Paul–An Attempt to Reconcile these Concepts. Youngmo Cho. Paternoster:2005.
  • [NT:SEC] Studies in Early Christology. Martin Hengel, T&T Clark: 1995.
  • [NT:SGOM] Studies in the Gospel of Mark. Martin Hengel. WipfNStock:1985.
  • [NT:SHEGNTP] Scribal Habits in Early Greek New Testament Papyri. James Royse. Brill:2008.
  • [NT:SHHS] Story as History, History as Story: The Gospel Tradition in the Context of Ancient Oral History. Samuel Byrskog. Brill:2002
  • [NT:SHSG] Scribal Harmonizations in the Synoptic Gospels. Cambry Pardee. Brill:2019.
  • [NT:SITI] Sharing in the Inheritance: Identity and the Moral Life in Colossians. Allan Bevere. SBL:2003.
  • [NT:SLJAP] Servant Leadership: Jesus and Paul. Chalice:2005.
  • [NT:SPL] Synopsis of the Pauline Letters in Greek and English. James P Ware (ed). BakerAcademic:2010.
  • [NT:SSCGJ] Social-Science Commentary on the Gospel of John. Bruce Malina and Richard Rohrbaugh. Fortress:1998.
  • [NT:SSCSG] Social-Science Commentary on the Synoptic Gospels. Bruce Malina and Richard Rohrbaugh. Fortress:1992.
  • [NT:SSEF] Subversive Symmetry: Exploring the Fantastic in Mark 6.45-56. George W Young. Brill:1999.
  • [NT:SSJG] The Social Setting of Jesus and the Gospels. Wolfgang Stegeman, Bruce J Malina, and Gerd Theissen. Fortress:2002.
  • [NT:SSSK] Saint Saul: A Skeleton Key to the Historical Jesus. Donald Harman Akenson. Oxford:2000.
  • [NT:T4G] The Fourth Gospel in First-Century Media Culture. Anthony Le Donne and Tom Thatcher (eds). TNTClark:2011.
  • [NT:TAODNT] The Atonement: The Origins of the Doctrine in the New Testament. Martin Hengel. WipfNStock:1980.
  • [NT:TCC] The Colossian Controversy: Wisdom in Dispute at Colossae. Richard DeMaris. SBL:1994.
  • [NT:TCIJ] This Christ is Jesus: Metamorphosis, Possession, and Johannine Christology. Pamela Kinlaw. Brill/SBL:2005.
  • [NT:TCS] The Colossian Syncretism: The Interface between Christianity and Folk Belief at Colossae. Clinton Arnold. Baker:1996.
  • [NT:TG2N] The Gospel to the Nations: Perspectives on Paul’s Mission. Peter Bolt and Mark Thompson (eds). IVP/Apollos:2000.
  • [NT:THJ] The Historiographical Jesus: Memory, Typology, and the Son of David. Anthony Le Donne. BaylorUP:2009.
  • [NT:TITE] The Intertextuality of the Epistles: Explorations of Theory and Practice. Thomas Brodie, Dennis MacDonald, and Stanley Porter (eds). SheffieldPhoenix:2006.
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  • [NT:TMP] The Midrashic Process, Irving Jacobs, Cambridge:1995.
  • [NT:TPG] Tannaitic Parallels to the Gospels. Morton Smith. SBL:1951.
  • [NT:TSH] The Two-Source Hypothesis: A Critical Appraisal. Arthur Bellinzoni, Jr (ed.). Mercer UP:1985. (Out of print, but one of the most thorough and balanced discussion I had seen on this.)
  • [NT:TSOG] The Son of God: The Origin of Christology and the History of Jewish-Hellenistic Religion. Martin Hengel. WipfNStock:1976.
  • [NT:TSOQ] The Shape of Q: Signal Essays on the Sayings Gospel, John Kloppenborg (ed.), Fortress: 1994.
  • [NT:VAHAA] Visions and Healing in the Acts of the Apostles: How the Early Believers Experienced God. John J Pilch. LiturgicalPress:2004.
  • [NT:WAM4TH] Women and Men in the Fourth Gospel: A Genuine Discipleship of Equals. Margaret Beirne. T&TClark:2003.
  • [NT:WDJD] What Did Jesus Do? Gospel Profiles of Jesus’ Personal Conduct. F Scott Spencer. TrinityPress:2003.
  • [NT:WIB] Where is Boasting? Early Jewish Soteriology and Paul’s Response in Romans 1-5. Simon J. Gathercole. Eerdmans:2002.
  • [NT:WOL] The Weakness of the Law–God’s Law and the Christian in New Testament Perspective. Jonathan F Bayes. Paternoster:2000.
  • [NT:WOTW] Walking on the Water: Reading Mt 14:22-33 in the Light of its Wirkungsgeschichte. Rachel Nicholls. Brill:2008.
  • [NT:WSPRS] What Saint Paul Really Said–Was Paul of Tarsus the Real Founder of Christianity?, by N.T. Wright, Eerdmans:1997.
  • [NT:WWLA] Women, Work and Leadership in Acts. Teresa J Calpino. MohrSiebeck:2014.
  • [NT:YFTD] Your Father the Devil? A New Approach to John and The Jews. Stephen Motyer. Paternoster:1997.
  • [NT:Z] The Zealots, Martin Hengel (trans. David Smith), T&T Clark:1989.
  • [NTA] New Testament Apocrypha, Wilhelm Schneemelcher (ed) and R. McL. Wilson (trans.), Westminster/John Knox:1991 (2 vols)
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  • [NTD] The New Testament Documents: Are They Reliable?, F. F. Bruce, Eerdmans: 1943.
  • [NTF] New Testament Foundations: A Guide for Christian Students–Vol.1: The Four Gospels, Ralph P. Martin, Eerdmans: 1975.
  • [NTLE] The New Testament in Its Literary Environment. Aune, David E., Westminster, 1987.
  • [NTPG] The New Testament and the People of God, N. T. Wright, Fortress: 1992.
  • [NTSE] The New Testament in its Social Environment, Stambaugh and Balch, Westminster: 1986.
  • [NTTJ] New Testament Theology: The Theology of the Gospel of John, by D. Moody Smith, Cambridge: 1995.
  • [NWNTI] Noncanonical Writings and New Testament Interpretation, Craig Evans, Hendrickson: 1992.
  • [OB] The Origin of the Bible, P.W. Comfort (ed.), Tyndale: 1992.
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  • [OT:2NDIS] The Second Isaiah–Introduction, Translation and Commentary to Chapters XL-LV. Christopher R North. WipfNStock:1964.
  • [OT:2STDS] Double Standards in Isaiah: Re-evaluating Prophetic Ethics and Divine Justice. Andrew Davies. Brill:2000.
  • [OT:9C] The Nine Commandments: Uncovering the Hidden Pattern of Crime and Punishment in the Hebrew Bible. David Noel Freedman. Doubleday:2000.
  • [OT:AAI] The Archeology of Ancient Israel, Amnon ben-Tor (ed.), Yale:1992.
  • [OT:ABC] Assyrian and Babylonian Chronicles. A. K. Grayson. Eisenbrauns:1975/2000.
  • [OT:ACIGSBH] A Cumulative Index to the Grammar and Syntax of Biblical Hebrew. Frederic Clarke Putnam (compiler). Eisenbrauns:1996.
  • [OT:ACUP] Archaeology of the City: Urban Planning in Ancient Israel and its Social Implications. Ze’ev Herzog. TelAviv:1997.
  • [OT:AEBA] The Ancient Egyptian Books of the Afterlife. Erik Hornung. Cornell:1999.
  • [OT:AEOT] Ancient Egypt and the Old Testament, John D. Currid, Baker:1997.
  • [OT:AGFBH] A Grammar for Biblical Hebrew (revised ed). C L Seow. Abingdon:1995.
  • [OT:AGOBH] A Grammar of Biblical Hebrew. Joshua Blau. OttoHarrassowitz:1976.
  • [OT:AHBSF] Atra-Hasis: The Babylonian Story of the Flood. W.G. Lambert and A.R. Millard. Eisenbrauns:1999 reprint of 1969 OUP.
  • [OT:AHT] The History of Tyre (Revised Edition). H.J. Katzenstein, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press/Beer Sheeva:1997. (Only covers up to 539 BCE)
  • [OT:AIIN] Ancient Israel and Its Neighbors: Interaction and Counteraction. Nadav Na’aman. Eisenbrauns:2005.
  • [OT:AIIS] Ancient Israel in Sinai: The Evidence for the Authenticity of the Wilderness Tradition. James K Hoffmeier. OUP:2005.
  • [OT:ALANE] Archives and Libraries in the Ancient Near East, 1500-300 BC, Olof Pedersen, CDL Press: 1998.
  • [OT:ALB2] Archaeology of the Land of the Bible Volume II: The Assyrian, Babylonian, and Persian Periods (732-332 BCE), Ephraim Stern, AnchorBible/Doubleday:2001.
  • [OT:ALTB] Archaeology and the Land of the Bible, Amihai Mazar, Doubleday:1992 (Anchor Bible series)
  • [OT:AMGBH] A Modern Grammar for Biblical Hebrew. Duane Garrett and Jason DeRouchie. BnHacademic:2009.
  • [OT:ANCANE] Aspects of Nonverbal Communication in the Ancient Near East. Biblical Institute Press:1980.
  • [OT:ANE3K] The Ancient Near East c. 3000-330bc, Amelie Kuhrt , Routledge:1995 (2 vols.)
  • [OT:ANGBH] A New Grammar of Biblical Hebrew. Frederic Clarke Putnam. Sheffield:2010.
  • [OT:ANSCIG] Abraham in the Negev: A Source-Critical Investigation of Genesis 20:1-22:19. T. Desmond Alexander. Paternoster:1997. (Decides that existing Source-Critical /JEDP theories are contra-indicated by the data…)
  • [OT:AOT] Archaeology and the Old Testament, Alfred J. Hoerth, Baker:1998.
  • [OT:AOU] The Akkadian of Ugarit. John Huehnergard. Eisenbrauns:2011.
  • [OT:AP] State Archives of Assyria, volume IX: Assyrian Prophecies. Simo Parpola. Helsinki UP:1997.
  • [OT:AS] The Age of Solomon: Scholarship at the Turn of the Millennium. Lowell Handy (ed). Brill:1997.
  • [OT:ASM] Astral Sciences in Mesopotamia. Hermann Hunger and David Pingree. Brill:1999.
  • [OT:AST] The Amarna Scholarly Tablets. Shlomo Isre’el. Styx:1997.
  • [OT:ATG] Against the Gods: The Polemical Theology of the Old Testament Kindle Edition. John Currid. Crossway:2013.
  • [OT:ATSHB] Ancient Texts for the Study of the Hebrew Bible: A Guide to the Background Literature. Kenton Sparks. Hendrickson:2005.
  • [OT:BAIW] The Bible as It Was, James L. Kugel, Harvard:1997.
  • [OT:BANE] The Bible and the Ancient Near East, Cyrus Gordon and Gary Rendsburg, Norton:1997 (4th ed).
  • [OT:BANER] The Bible and the Ancient Near East—Collected Essays. J J M Roberts (ed). Eisenbrauns:2002.
  • [OT:BBC1] The IVP Bible Background Commentary: Genesis-Deuteronomy, John H. Walton & Victor Matthews, IVP:1997.
  • [OT:BBCALL] The IVP Bible Background Commentary–Old Testament. Walton, Matthews, & Chalvalas. IVP:2000. [Outstanding.]
  • [OT:BDCR1] The Book of Daniel: Composition and Reception (Vol One). John J. Collins and Peter W. Flint (eds.). Brill:2001.
  • [OT:BDCR2] The Book of Daniel: Composition and Reception (Vol 2). John Collins and Peter Flint (eds). Brill:2002.
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  • [OT:BOT] Bringing out the Treasure: Inner Biblical Allusion in Zechariah 9-14. Mark Boda and Michael Floyd (eds). JSOT:2003.
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  • [OT:CAD] Creation and Destruction: A Reappraisal of the Chaoskampf Theory in the Old Testament. David Tsumura. Eisenbrauns:2005.
  • [OT:CANE] Civilizations of the Ancient Near East. Jack M. Sasson (ed.). Hendrickson:1995 (4vols)
  • [OT:CANELC] A Comparison of Ancient Near Eastern Law Collections Prior to the First Millennium BC. Samual Jackson. Gorgias:2008.
  • [OT:CCAE] Canaan and Canaanite in Ancient Egypt. Alessandra Nibbi. (Self):1989.
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  • [OT:CIANE] Cultural Interaction in the Ancient Near East. Guy Bunnens (ed). Peeters Press, Louvain: 1996.
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  • [OT:CKIJ] TheChronology of the Kings of Israel & Judah, Gerson Galil, Brill:1996.
  • [OT:CMHE] Canaanite Myth and Hebrew Epic. Frank Moore Cross. Harvard:1973.
  • [OT:CML] Canaanite Myths and Legends (2nd ed). JCL Gibson. T&TClark:1976.
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  • [OT:COTK] Chronicle of the Old Testament Kings. John Rogerson. Thames and Hudson:1999.
  • [OT:COU] The City of Ugarit at Tell Ras Shamra. Marguerite Yon. Eisenbrauns:2006.
  • [OT:CPLM] State Archives of Assyria, volume III: Court Poety and Literary Miscellanea. Alasdair Livingstone, HelsinkiUP:1989.
  • [OT:CRLTU] Canaanite Religion according to the Liturgical Texts of Ugarit. G. del Olmo Lete (trans. Wilfred G.E. Watson). CDL Press:1999.
  • [OT:CSIAI] Child Sacrifice in Ancient Israel. Heath D Dewrell. Eisenbrauns:2017.
  • [OT:CSME] Creation Stories of the Middle East. Ewa Wasilewska. Jessica Kingsley:2000.
  • [OT:CSP] Chronicles and its Synoptic Parallels in Samuel, Kings, and Related Biblical Texts. Eds: John Endres, William Millar, John B. Burns. Glazier/Liturgical: 1998.
  • [OT:CTWH] Cuneiform Texts and the Writing of History. Marc van de Mieroop. Routledge:1999.
  • [OT:CU] Chaos Uncreated: A Reassessment of the Theme of Chaos in the Hebrew Bible. Rebecca S Watson. WalterDeGruyter:2005.
  • [OT:DAAE] Death and the Afterlife in Ancient Egypt, John H. Taylor, UChicago:2001.
  • [OT:DAAERE] Did Adam and Eve Really Exist?–Who They Were and Why You Should Care. C John Collins. Crossway:2011.
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  • [OT:DESB] Devils and Evil Spirits of Babylonia. R Campbell Thompson. Kessinger: 1903 (reprnt)
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  • [OT:DIN] Did I Not Bring Israel out of Egypt?-Biblical, Archaeological, and Egyptological Perspectives on the Exodus Narratives. James K Hoffmeier, Alan R Millard, and Gary A Rendsburg (eds). Eisenbrauns:2016.
  • [OT:DLAM] Daily Life in Ancient Mesopotamia. Karen Rhea Nemet-Nejat. Greenwood Press:1998.
  • [OT:DLMC] Daily Life, Materiality, and Complexity in Early Urban Communitie of the Southern Levant. Meredith Chesson (ed). Eisenbrauns:2011.
  • [OT:DOTE] Dictionary of Old Testament Theology and Exegesis, Willem A. VanGeren (gen. Ed.), Zond:1997 (5 vols).
  • [OT:DSPS] The Dead Sea Psalms Scrolls and the Book of Psalms. Peter Flint. Brill:1997.
  • [OT:EANEL] Early Ancient Near Eastern Law: A History of Its Beginnings–The Early Dynastic and Sargonic Periods (rev.ed). Claus Wilke. Eisenbrauns:2007.
  • [OT:EEE] Exodus: The Egyptian Evidence, E.S. Frerichs and L.H. Lesko (eds), Eisenbrauns:1997.
  • [OT:EEERP] Egyptianization and Elite Emulation in Ramesside Palestine–Governance and Accommodation on the Imperial Periphery. Carolyn Higginbotham. Brill:2000.
  • [OT:EFTP] Echoes from the Past: Hebrew and Cognate Inscriptions from the Biblical Period. Selected and Annotated by Shmuel Ahituv. Carta:2008.
  • [OT:EIAI] Education in Ancient Israel: Across the Deadening Silence, James L. Crenshaw, Doubleday: 1998.
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  • [OT:ESK] Epics of Sumerian Kings: The Matter of Aratta. Herman Vanstiphout. SBL:2003.
  • [OT:ETHB] The Earliest Text of the Hebrew Bible: The Relationship between the Masoretic Text and the Hebrew Base of the Septuagint Reconsidered. Adrian Schenker (ed). SBL:2003.
  • [OT:EWTDMI] The Encounter with the Divine in Mesopotamia and Israel. HWF Saggs. UlondonAthlonePress:1978.
  • [OT:EXR] Exodus Retold: Ancient Exegesis of the Departure from Egypt in Wis 15-21 and 19:1-9. Peter Enns. SBL:1997.
  • [OT:FAA] Fictional Akkadian Autobiography: A Generic and Comparative Study. Tremper Longman III. Eisenbrauns:1991.
  • [OT:FAI] Families in Ancient Israel, L.G. Perdue, Blenkinsopp, John J. Collins, Carol Meyers, WJK:1997.
  • [OT:FBA] The Future of Biblical Archaeology: Reassessing Methodologies and Assumptions. Hoffmeier and Millard (eds). Eerdmans:2004.
  • [OT:FBM] The Five Books of Moses, Everett Fox (trans), Schocken: 1995.
  • [OT:FBTJ] From Balaam to Jonah: Anti-Prophetic Satire in the Hebrew Bible. David Marcus. SBL:1995.
  • [OT:FETS] From Ebla to Stellenbosch: Syro-Palestinian Religions and the Hebrew Bible. Izak Cornelius and Louis Jonker (eds). Harrassowitz-Verlag:2008.
  • [OT:FHiero] Fascinating Hieroglythics: Discovering, Decoding, and Understanding the Ancient Art, Christian Jaq, Sterling:1996.
  • [OT:FLOOD] The Lost World of the Flood. Tremper Longman III and John H Walton. IVPacademic:2018.
  • [OT:FRIB] Family Religion in Babylonia, Syria, and Israel. Karel van der Toorn. Brill:1996.
  • [OT:FRJ] The Fall and Rise of Jerusalem–Judah under Babylonian Rule. Oded Lipschits. Eisenbrauns:2005.
  • [OT:FSN] The Final Sack of Nineveh. John Malcolm Russell. Yale:1998.
  • [OT:GA] Gilgamesh and Akka. Dina Katz. Styz:1993.
  • [OT:GAAS] Genesis-An Authorship Study in Computer-Assisted Statistical Linguistics. Yehuda T Radday and Haim Shore. BiblicalInstitutePress:1985.
  • [OT:GBH] A Grammar of Biblical Hebrew. Paul Jouon and T Muraoka. EditricePontificioIstitutoBiblico(Roma):2006.
  • [OT:GCDSS] Graphic Concordance to the Dead Sea Scrolls, James H Charlesworth, WJK:1991.
  • [OT:GEN1] The Lost World of Genesis One: Ancient Cosmology and the Origins Debate. John Walton. IVP:2009.
  • [OT:GEN1AAC] Genesis 1 as Ancient Cosmology. John H Walton. Eisenbrauns:2011.
  • [OT:GGIG] Gods, Goddesses, and Images of God in Ancient Israel. Othmar Keel and Christoph Uehlinger. Fortress:1998.
  • [OT:GHCL1979] Gesenius Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon. Samuel Tregelles (trans). Baker:1979.
  • [OT:GOE] The Gods of Egypt. Claude Traunecker. Cornell:2001.
  • [OT:HAE] A History of Ancient Egypt. Nicolas Grimal. Barnes&Noble/Blackwell:1994.
  • [OT:HAILXX] Hebrew/Aramaic Index to the Septuagint, Keyed to the Hatch-Redpath Concordance. Takamitsu Muraoka, Baker:1998.
  • [OT:HBW] Homicide in the Biblical World. Pamela Barmash. Cambridge:2005.
  • [OT:HHWAI] History and Historical Writing in Ancient Israel: Studies in Biblical Historiography. Tomoo Ishida. Brill:1999.
  • [OT:HIBAJW] A History of Israel from the Bronze Age through the Jewish Wars. Walter C. Kaiser Jr., Broadman and Holman: 1998.
  • [OT:HLAE] Handbook to Life in Ancient Egypt, Rosalie David, FactsonFile:1998.
  • [OT:HLBT] Hebrew Law in Biblical Times, Ze’ev Falk, Eisenbrauns:2001(2nd ed).
  • [OT:HLTTG] Hammurabi’s Laws: Text, Translation and Glossary. M. E. J. Richardson. SheffieldAcademic:2000.
  • [OT:HP] Hittite Prayers. Itamar Singer. SBL:2002.
  • [OT:HPI] A History of Prophecy in Israel, Joseph Blenkinsopp, WJK:1996 (revised and enlarged edition).
  • [OT:HVS] Hebrew Verse Structure. M. O’Connor, Eisenbrauns:1980/97. [the standard work]
  • [OT:HWBP] Handbook on the Wisdom Books and Psalms. Daniel J Estes. BakerAcademic:2005.
  • [OT:I] The Israelites, B.S.J. Isserlin, Thames and Hudson:1998.
  • [OT:IA] Introduction to the Apocrypha: Message, Context, and Significance. David deSilva. Baker:2002.
  • [OT:IAKOLI] Israel-Ancient Kingdom or Late Invention? Daniel L Block (ed). BnHacademic:2008.
  • [OT:IBHS] An Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax. Bruce Waltke and M. O’Connor, Eisenbrauns:1990.
  • [OT:IBPNSI] Identifying Biblical Persons in Northwest Semitic Inscriptions of 1200-539 BCE. Lawrence Mykytiuk. SBL:2004.
  • [OT:ICWS] The Invention of Cuneiform: Writing in Sumer. Jean-Jaques Glassner. JohnsHopkins:2000/2003 (trans)
  • [OT:IGAMM] Is God a Moral Monster–Making Sense of the Old Testament God. Paul Copan. Baker:2011.
  • [OT:IIE] Israel in Egypt: The Evidence for the Authenticity of the Exodus Tradition, James K. Hoffmeier, Oxford: 1997.
  • [OT:ILAN] Implied Law in the Abraham Narrative. James Bruckner. Sheffield/JSOT:2001
  • [OT:ILANE] Intellectual Life of the Ancient Near East. Jiri Prosecky (ed.). Oriental Institute (Prague):1998.
  • [OT:INW] The Image of the Netherworld in the Sumerian Sources. Dina Katz. CDL:2003.
  • [OT:IOT2] An Introduction to the Old Testement, Revised Edition. Tremper Longman III and Raymond B Dillard. Zondervan:2006.
  • [OT:IPIWR] Interested Parties: The Ideology of Writers and Readers of the Hebrew Bible. David J.A. Clines. JSOT/Sheffield:1995.
  • [OT:IRI] The Implied Reader in Isaiah 6-12. Archibald van Wieringen. Brill:1998.
  • [OT:ISH] Insearch of History: Historiography in the Ancient World and the Origins of Biblical History, John Van Seters, Eisenbrauns: 1997.
  • [OT:ISL] Introduction to the Semitic Langauges: Text Specimens and Grammatical Sketches, Gotthelf Bergstrasser (trans. and notes. By Peter T. Daniels), Eisenbrauns:1983 (original text in 1928)
  • [OT:ISOE] In the Shelter of Elyon: Essays on Ancient Palestinian Life and Literature. Barrick and Spencer (eds). JSOT:1984.
  • [OT:ISPEI] In Search of Pre-Exilic Israel. John Day (ed). TTClark:2004.
  • [OT:ITB] In the Beginning: A Short History of the Hebrew Language. Joel Hoffman. NYU:2004.
  • [OT:ITH] Introduction to Hebrew. Moshe Greenberg. PrenticeHall:1965.
  • [OT:ITUVD] Influences and Traditions Underlying the Vision of Daniel 7:2-14–the Research History from the End of the 19th Century to the Present, Jurg Eggler, UFribourg:2000.
  • [OT:IVI] Intertextuality in Ugarit and Israel. Johannes de Moor (ed). Brill:1998.
  • [OT:JIBA] Jerusalem in Bible and Archaeology: The First Temple Period. Andrew Vaughn and Ann Killebrew (eds). SBL:2003.
  • [OT:JRSP] Joshua Retold: Synoptic Perspectives. A. Graeme Auld. T&T Clark:1998.
  • [OT:JUS] Joel’s Use of Scripture and the Scripture’s Use of Joel: Appropriation and Resignification in Second Temple Judaism and Early Christianity. John Strazicich. Brill:2007.
  • [OT:KH] The Kingdom of the Hittites. Trevor Bryce. Clarndon/Oxford:1998.
  • [OT:KP] Kingdom of Priests: A History of Old Testament Israel. Eugene Merrill. Baker:1987/96.
  • [OT:LABS] State Archives of Assyria, Vol X: Letters from Assyrian and Babylonian Scholars. Simo Parpola. Helsinki UP:1993.
  • [OT:LAE] Letters from Ancient Egypt, Edward Wente, ScholarsPress:1990.
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