Social Law and Cultic Law
Sunday, November 18, 4:00-6:30 p.m.
McCormick Place North – 133
Copies of the full papers are typically available ahead of time (by November 1).
Presider: Roy Gane, Andrews University
Klaus-Peter Adam, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
Private Enmity as Social Status in Biblical Law
Sandra Jacobs, King’s College London
Divine Justice: The Formulation of Reflective Talion in Biblical Law
Baruch J. Schwartz, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
The pesah in P’s Account of the Exodus
Yitzhaq Feder, University of Haifa
The Wilderness Camp Paradigm in the Holiness Source and the Temple Scroll:
Centralized Cult and Purity Legislation in Changing Socio-Historical Contexts
Heath Dewrell, Johns Hopkins University
You Shall Not Boil a Kid in Its Mother’s Milk: The Dietary Law That Wasn’t