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“The Mutation Peculiar to Hebrew Religion:” Monotheism, Pantheon Reduction, or Royal Adoption of Family Religion?

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Review essay of Albertz & Schmitt Family and Household Religion in Ancient Israel and the Levant (Eisenbrauns, 2012)

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