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Index of primary texts

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This index presents a list of primary texts from Mesopotamian texts, Jewish texts, Qumran texts, and Greek and Latin texts that are mentioned in the book titled The Significance of Sinai: Traditions about Sinai and Divine Revelation in Judaism and Christianity. The book provides glimpses of how in antiquity and more recently some Jews and Christians sought to rewrite or even replace the moment of Sinai with other important moments of revelation and communication with the divine. The content of the revelation, especially the significance of covenant, was rethought and reworked in philosophical, political, and theological ways. Several of the studies in the book represent some of the various ways in which these modifications of the tradition represent competing claims to Sinai in antiquity.

Keywords: Jewish texts; Mesopotamian texts; Qumran texts



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