Publications

Books

(Co‑author) A Computer‑aided Critical Edition of the Tosefta Sotah, Waltham, Mass., 1970.

The Halakhah at Qumran (Studies in Judaism in Late Antiquity, vol. 16), Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1975, xii + 170 pp.

Sectarian Law in the Dead Sea Scrolls, Courts, Testimony, and the Penal Code, Brown Judaic Studies 33, ed. J. Neusner, Chico, California: Scholars Press, 1983, pp. xv + 278.

Who Was a Jew? Rabbinic and Halakhic Perspectives on the Jewish‑Christian Schism, Hoboken:  Ktav, 1985, pp. xii + 131.

(Assistant Editor) ‘Ensiqlopedyah `Olam Ha‑Tanakh, Wa‑Yiqra’ (Leviticus), Jerusalem:  Revivim, 1987, 222 pp.

The Eschatological Community of the Dead Sea Scrolls, A Study of the Rule of the Congregation, Society for Biblical Literature Monograph Series 37, Atlanta:  Scholars Press, 1989, xi + 101pp.

(editor) Archaeology and History in the Dead Sea Scrolls:The New York University Conference in Memory of Yigael Yadin, Sheffield: JSOT for ASOR, 1990, 296 p.

From Text to Tradition, A History of Judaism in Second Temple and Rabbinic Times, Hoboken, N.J.: Ktav, 1989, xvi + 299 pp.

(with Michael Swartz) Hebrew and Aramaic Incantation Texts from the Cairo Genizah, Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1992, 183 pp.

Halakhah, Halikhah U‑Meshihiyut bi‑Megillot Midbar Yehudah (Law, Custom, and Messianism in the Dead Sea Scrolls), Jerusalem:  Israel Historical Society, Merkaz Zalman Shazar, 1993, 391 pp.

Reclaiming the Dead Sea Scrolls: The History of Judaism, the Background of Christianity, the Lost Library of Qumran, Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1994, xxvii + 529 pp.  Paperback ed., Anchor Bible Reference Library (New York: Doubleday, 1995).

The Talmud of the Land of Israel, A Preliminary Translation and Explanation, Pesahim, trans. B. Bokser, com­pleted and edited by L. H. Schiffman, The Talmud of the Land of Israel vol. 13 (Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 1994)  xxiii + 633 pp.

(journal co‑editor) Dead Sea Discoveries 1‑10, 1994-2004.

(co‑editor, with Devorah Dimant) “Time to Prepare the Way in the Wilderness”, Papers on the Qumran Scrolls by Fellows of The Institute for Advanced Studies of the Hebrew University‑‑Jerusalem, 1989‑90, Studies on the Texts of the Desert of Judah 16, Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1995, 157 pp.

Texts and Traditions, A Source Reader for the Study of Second Temple and Rabbinic Judaism (Hoboken, NJ:  Ktav, 1998), pp. xxvi + 777.  

 Targum Neofiti I: an Exegetical Commentary to Genesis, complete text edited by L.H. Schiffman [with commentary by] B. Grossfeld (New York: Sepher-Hermon Press, 2000).

(co-editor with J. C. VanderKam) Oxford Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls, 2 vols. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2000).

A History of Judaism in Second Temple and Rabbinic Times, Russian edition (Moscow: Most; Jerusalem: Gesharim, 2000) 275 pp. + illustrations.

(editor) The Dead Sea Scrolls: Fifty Years after their Discovery: Proceedings of the Jerusalem Congress, July 20-25, 1997 (with E. Tov and J.C. VanderKam) (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society in cooperation with The Shrine of the Book, Israel Museum, 2000) xxi, 970 p.

 (co-editor with S.M. Paul, R.A.Kraft, and W.W.Fields) Emanuel: Studies in Hebrew Bible, Septuagint, and Dead Sea Scrolls in Honor of Emanuel Tov (Leiden: Brill, 2003).

Understanding Second Temple and Rabbinic Judaism (ed. J. Bloomberg and S. Kapustin; Jersey City, NJ: Ktav, 2003).

(editor) Semitic Papyrology in Context: A Climate of Creativity: Papers from a New York University Conference Marking the Retirement of Baruch A. Levine (ed. Lawrence H. Schiffman; Culture and History of the Ancient Near East 14; Leiden: Brill, 2003).

Les Manuscrits de la Mer Morte et le Judaïsme (Quebec: Fides, 2003).

(co-editor with A. Mintz) Jewish Spirituality and Divine Law (Orthodox Forum Series 12; New York: Michael Scharf Publication Trust of the Yeshiva University Press, 2005).

Ed. with J. B Wolowelsky, War and Peace in the Jewish Tradition, 2004 Orthodox Forum (New York: Yeshiva University, 2007).

The Courtyards of the House of the Lord: Studies on the Temple Scroll (ed. Florentino García Martínez; STDJ 75; Leiden: Brill, 2008)

Qumran and Jerusalem: Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls and the History of Judaism (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans Publishing, 2010)

A Comparative Handbook to the Gospel of Mark: Comparisons with Pseudepigrapha, the Qumran Scrolls, and Rabbinic Literature (eds. B. Chilton, D. Bock, et al.; editor for the Literature of Qumran, Lawrence H. Schiffman; The New Testament Gospels in their Judaic Contexts 1; Leiden: Brill, 2010)

Consulting editor, Eerdmans Dictionary of Early Judaism (ed. J.J. Collins and D.C. Harlow; Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2010)

(Co-editor, with S. Tzoref, The Dead Sea Scrolls at 60 : Scholarly Contributions of New York University Faculty and Alumni  (Ranieri Colloquium on Ancient Studies, 2008; Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2010) introduction

(with A.D. Gross and M.C. Rand, et al.; ed. J.H. Charlesworth) The Dead Sea Scrolls: Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek Texts with English Translations, vol. 7: Temple Scroll and Related Documents (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck; Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 2011)

(Ed. with A. M. Maier and J. Magness) ‘Go out and Study the Land’ (Judges 18:2): Archaeological , Historical and Textual Studies in Honor of Hanan Eshel (Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism 148; Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2012)

Articles

(Co‑author) “Computer‑aided Critical Editions of Rabbinic Texts,” Hebrew Computational Linguistics, published by Bar‑Ilan University, No. 2 (May, 1970), pp. 47‑63.

“A Forty‑two Letter Divine Name in the Aramaic Magic Bowls,” Bulletin of the Institute of Jewish Studies, No. 1 (London, l973), pp. 97‑102.

“Computer‑aided Critical Editions: Features and Extensions,” Hebrew Computational Linguistics 8 (1974), 1‑8a.

“Scriptural Exegesis and the Qumran Legal Tradition (abstract),” Association for Jewish Studies Newsletter no. 13 (February, 1975), 9.

“The Qumran Law of Testimony,” Revue de Qumran 8 (1975), pp. 603‑612.

“Jordanian Stamps Picturing the Dead Sea and Qumran Scrolls,” Judaica Philatelic Journal 11 (1975), pp. 1485‑1491.

“The Recall of Rabbi Nehuniah ben Ha‑Qanah from Ecstasy in the Hekhalot Rabbati,” Association for Jewish Studies Review 1 (1976), pp. 269‑81.

(Co‑author) “Hebrew Literature,” The Reader’s Adviser, 12th ed., ed. F.J. Sypher, Bowker, New York, 1977, pp. 619‑628.

“Response” to Baruch M. Bokser, “Philo’s Description of Jewish Practices,” Center for Hermeneutical Studies, Colloquy 30, Berkeley, 1977, pp. 19‑27.

“Response” to J.C. Greenfield, “Aramaic and its Dialects,” Jewish Languages, Theme and Variation, ed. H. Paper, Cambridge, Mass.: Association for Jewish Studies, 1978, pp. 45f.

“The Near East: A Journey through Time,” in Egypt and the Near East: A Historical Review and Description of Sights, New York: Travel Dynamics, pp. 5‑39.

“Communal Meals at Qumran,” Revue de Qumran 10 (1979), pp. 45‑56.

“The Magical Texts from the Cairo genizah, (report) American Philosophical Society Yearbook (1978, published 1979), 385f.

“Jewish Sectarianism in Second Temple Times,” Great Schisms in Jewish History, ed. R. Jospe, S. Wagner, Center for Judaic Studies, University of Denver and Ktav Publishing House, New  York, 1981, pp. 1‑46.

“The Temple Scroll in Literary and Philological Perspective,” Approaches to Ancient Judaism, Vol. II (Brown Judaic Studies, no. 9), ed. W.S. Green, Scholars Press, 1980, 143‑158.

“Ben Yehuda, Eliezer,” “Gordon, Judah Leib (Leon),” “Judah Halevi,” and “Luzzatto, Moses Hayyim,” Acade­mic American Encyclopedia, 21 vols., Arete Publishing, 1981.

“At the Crossroads: Tannaitic Perspectives on the Jewish‑Christian Schism,” Jewish and Christian Self‑Definition, Vol. II, ed. E.P. Sanders with A.I. Baumgarten and Alan Mendelson, Philadelphia: Fortress Press, and London: SCM Press, 1981, pp. 115‑156, 338‑352; reprinted in Essential Papers on Judaism and Christianity in Conflict, From Late Antiquity to the Reformation, ed. J. Cohen, New York and London:  New York University Press, 1991, pp. 431‑57.

“Merkavah Speculation at Qumran: the 4Q Serekh Shirot `Olat Ha‑Shabbat,” Mystics, Philosophers, and Politi­cians, Essays in Jewish Intellectual History in Honor of Alexander Altmann, ed. J. Reinharz, D. Swetschinski, Duke University Press, 1982, pp. 15‑47.

“The Interchange of the Prepositions Bet and Mem in the Texts from Qumran,” Textus 10 (1982), pp. 37‑43.

Giyyur Be‑Kitve Yosef ben Matityahu: ‘Izates Me‑Hadayev Le‑’Or Ha‑Halakhah,” Yosef ben Matityahu, Histor­iyon shel ‘Eres Yisra’el, ed. U. Rappoport, Jerusalem:  Yad Izhak ben Zvi, 1982, pp. 247‑265, English abstract, XX‑XXI.

“Legislation concerning Relations with non‑Jews in the Zadokite Fragments and in Tannaitic Literature,” Revue de Qumran 11 (1983), pp. 379‑89.

Judaism:  A Primer, New York:  Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies, New York University, 1984.  Revised and Expanded Edition, New York:  Bnai Brith Anti‑Defamation League, 1985, also published in Spanish and Portuguese translations.

“Jewish Identity and Jewish Descent,” Judaism 34 (Winter, 1985), pp. 78‑84.

“The Eschatological Community of the Serekh Ha‑`Edah,” Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 51 (1984), pp. 105‑129.

“Purity and Perfection:  Exclusion from the Council of the Community in the Serekh Ha‑`Edah,” Biblical Ar­chaeology Today, Proceedings of the International Congress on Biblical Archaeology, Jerusalem, April 1984, ed. J. Amitai, Jerusalem:  Israel Exploration Society, 1985, pp. 373‑89.

Articles on “Anoint” (p. 32),”Bitter Herbs” (p. 135), “Jubilee” (pp. 511f.), “Marriage” (pp. 608f.), “Mourning Rites” (pp. 661f.) “Purim, the Feast of” (p. 843), “Purity” (pp. 843f.), “Nethinim” (pp. 697f.), “Priests” (pp. 821‑23), “Sabbath Day’s Journey” (p. 889), “Sabbatical Year” (p. 889), “Sackcloth” (p. 890), “Shophar” (p. 947), and “Zadok” (p. 1155) in Harper’s Bible Dictionary, ed. P. J. Achtemaier, San Francisco:  Harper and Row, 1985.

“The Sacrificial System of the Temple Scroll and the Book of Jubilees,” Society for Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 1985, ed. K. H. Richards, Atlanta:  Scholars Press, 1985, pp. 217‑233.

“The Samaritans in Tannaitic Halakhah,” JQR 75 (1985), pp. 323‑50.

“Who Will be a Jew?” Federation Chronicle, Johannesburg, (September, 1985), pp. 11, 28, reprinted in Jewish Action 46, no. 1 (1985), pp. 20‑21.

“Liturgical Texts from Qumran Cave IV,” Proceedings of the Ninth World Congress of Jewish Studies, Division A, The Period of the Bible, Jerusalem:  World Union of Jewish Studies, 1986, pp. 183‑90.

“Exclusion from the Sanctuary and the City of the Sanctuary in the Temple Scroll,” Hebrew Annual Review 9 (1986), S. D. Goitein memorial Volume, pp. 301‑20.

“Reproof as a Requisite for Punishment in the Law of the Dead Sea Scrolls,” Jewish Law Studies II, the Jerusa­lem Conference Volume, ed. B. S. Jackson, Atlanta:  Scholars Press, 1986, pp. 59‑74.

Sifrut Ha‑Hekhalot Ve‑Khitve Qumran,” Ha‑Mistiqah Ha‑Yehudit Ha‑Qedumah, Proceedings of the Conference on Hekhalot Literature of the Scholem Research Center in Kabbalah, Mehqare Yerushalayim Be‑Mahshevet Yis­ra’el 6, Jerusalem, 1986, pp. 121‑38.

“Dead Sea Scrolls,” Encyclopedia of Religion, New York:  Macmillan, 1987, vol. 4, pp. 248‑51.

“Essenes,” Encyclopedia of Religion, New York:  Macmillan, 1987, vol. 5, pp. 163‑6.

“Introduction,” and “Conclusion,” to B. Litvin, The Sanctity of the Synagogue, 3rd edition, ed. J. Litvin, New York:  Ktav, 1987, pp. xxiii‑xxxvi, 515‑16.

“The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Early History of Jewish Liturgy,” The Synagogue in Late Antiquity, ed. L. Levine, New York:  Jewish Theological Seminary, 1987, pp. 33‑48.

“The Conversion of the Royal House of Adiabene in Josephus and Rabbinic Sources,” Josephus, Judaism, and Christianity, ed. L. H. Feldman, G. Hata, Detroit, Wayne State, 1987, pp. 293‑312.

“The King and his Army in the Temple Scroll,” PAAJR 54 (1987), pp. 237‑59.

“The Rabbinic Understanding of Covenant,” The New Testament and Judaism, Review and Expositor 84 (1987), pp. 289‑98.

“The Concept of the Messiah in Second Temple and Rabbinic Literature,” The New Testament and Judaism, Review and Expositor 84 (1987), pp. 235‑46.

Commentaries on 1 Maccabees and 2 Maccabees, in Harper’s Bible Commentary, ed. J. L. Mays, San Francisco:  Harper and Row, 1988, pp. 875‑915.

“The Laws of War in the Temple Scroll,” Memorial Jean Carmignac, Revue de Qumran 49‑52 (1988), 299‑311.

“The Law of the Temple Scroll and its Provenance,” in Folia Orientalia, vol. 25 (1988), pp. 89‑98.

“The Limits of Tolerance:  Halakhah and History,” Proceedings of Conference on Jewish Unity, New York: American Jewish Committee, 1989.

“The Temple Scroll and the Systems of Jewish Law of the Second Temple Period,” Temple Scroll Studies, ed. G. J. Brooke, Sheffield:  JSOT Press, 1989.

Shelamim Sacrifices in the Temple Scroll,” in Eretz Israel 20 (1989), Yigael Yadin Memorial Volume, pp. 176*‑183*.

“Architecture and Law:  The Temple and its Courtyards in the Temple Scroll,” From Ancient Israel to Modern Judaism, Intellect in Quest of Understanding, Essays in Honor of Marvin Fox, ed. J. Neusner, E.S. Frerichs, N.M. Sarna, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1989, vol. 1, pp. 267‑84.

“When Women and Men Sat Together in American Orthodox Synagogues,” Moment 14 (1989), pp. 40‑49 and discussion in subsequent issue.

“The Impurity of the Dead in the Temple Scroll,” in Archaeology and History in the Dead Sea Scrolls, ed. L. H. Schiffman, Sheffield:  JSOT for ASOR, 1990, pp. 135‑156.

“Miqsat Ma`aseh Ha‑Torah and the Temple Scroll,” in Revue de Qumran 14 (1990), Groningen Congress Volume, pp. 435‑457.

“The Prohibition of the Skins of Animals in the Temple Scroll and Miqsat Ma’aseh ha‑Torah,” Proceedings of the Tenth World Congress of  Jewish Studies (Division A), 1990, p. 191‑198.

“The New Halakhic Letter (4QMMT) and the Origins of the Dead Sea Sect,” Biblical Archaeologist 53 (June 1990), pp. 64‑73; also appeared in Mogilany 1989, Papers on the Dead Sea Scrolls, ed. Z. J. Kapera, vol. 1, Krakow:  Enigma Press, 1993, pp. 59‑70.

“The Law of Vows and Oaths (Num 30, 3‑16) in the Zadokite Fragments and the Temple Scroll,” in Revue de Qumran 15 (1991), pp. 199‑214.

“Confessionalism and the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls,” Jewish Studies, Forum of the World Union of Jewish Studies 31 (1991), pp. 3‑14.

Milhemet ha‑Megillot: Hitpathuyot be‑Heqer ha‑Megillot ha‑Genuzot,Cathedra 61 (1991), pp. 3‑23.

“Qumran and Rabbinic Halakhah,” Jewish Civilization in the Hellenistic‑Roman Period, ed. S. Talmon, Sheffield: JSOT, 1991, pp. 138‑146.

“From Temple to Torah: Rabbinic Judaism in Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls,” Shofar 10 (1992), pp. 2‑15.

“New Light on the Pharisees: Insights from the Dead Sea Scrolls,” in BR 8 (June 1992), pp. 30‑33, 54, reprinted in: Understanding the Dead Sea Scrolls, ed. Hershel Shanks, New York: Random House, 1992, pp. 217‑224.

“The Significance of the Scrolls,” BR 6 (Oct. 1990), pp. 18‑27, 52, reprinted as “The Sadducean Origins of the Dead Sea Scroll Sect,” in: Understanding the Dead Sea Scrolls, ed. Hershel Shanks, New York: Random House, 1992, pp. 35‑49.

“Letter to the Readers,” BA 55 (March 1992), pp. 2‑3.

“From the Caves of Qumran,” Jewish Action 52:2 (1992), pp. 24‑27.

“Temple Scroll,” in The Anchor Bible Dictionary 6 (1992), pp. 348‑350.

“Zadokite Fragments (Damascus Document),” The Anchor Bible Dictionary 6 (1992), pp. 1036‑1038.

“The Septuagint and the Temple Scroll: Shared ‘Halakhic’ Variants,” in Septuagint, Scrolls and Cognate Writ­ings, International Symposium on the Septuagint and its Relations to the Dead Sea Scrolls and Other Writings (1990), eds. G. Brooke, B. Lindars, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1992, pp. 277‑297.

“Was There a Galilean Halakhah?” The Galilee in Late Antiquity (New York and Jerusalem:  Jewish Theological Seminary, 1992), pp. 143‑56.

“The Deuteronomic Paraphrase of the Temple Scroll,” Revue de Qumran 15 (1992), pp. 543‑67.

“Pharisees and Sadducees in Pesher Nahum,” Minhah le‑Nahum, Biblical and other Studies Presented to Nahum M. Sarna in Honour of his 70th Birthday, ed. M. Brettler, M. Fishbane (Sheffield:  JSOT Press, 1993), pp. 272‑90).

“Le‑Zikhro shel Professor Moshe Held,” Hadoar.

“The Furnishings of the Temple according to the Temple Scroll,” The Madrid Qumran Congress, Proceedings of the International Congress on the Dead Sea Scrolls, Madrid, 18‑21 March 1991, ed. J. Trebolle Barrera, L. Vegas Montaner (Leiden:  E. J. Brill, Madrid:  Editorial Complutense, 1992), II, pp. 621‑34.

“Messianic Figures and Ideas in the Qumran Scrolls,”The Messiah, Developments in Earliest Judaism and Chris­tianity, ed. J. H. Charlesworth (Minneapolis:  Fortress Press, 1992), pp. 116‑29.

“Laws Pertaining to Women in the Temple Scroll,” The Dead Sea Scrolls, Forty Years of Research, ed. D. Dimant, U. Rappoport (Leiden:  E. J. Brill, Jerusalem:  Magnes Press and Yad Izhak Ben‑Zvi, 1992), pp. 210‑28.

“Sacred Space: The Land of Israel in the Temple Scroll,Biblical Archaeology Today 1990, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Biblical Archaeology, ed. A. Biran, J. Aviram (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1993), pp. 398‑410.

“Louis Finkelstein” (Necrology), Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 59 (1993), 1‑4.

“New Halakhic Texts from Qumran,” Hebrew Studies 34 (1993), 21‑33.

“4QMysteriesb:  A Preliminary Edition,” Revue de Qumran 16:62 (1993), 203‑223.

“New Tools for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls,” Religious Studies Review 20 (1994), 113‑16.

Articles on “Akiva ben Joseph,” “Ba’al Shem Tov,” “Buber, Martin,” “Ark of the Covenant,” “Hasidism,” “Haskalah,” “Judaism,” “Kosher,” Mendelsohn, Moses,” “Passover,” “Purim,” “Rosh Ha‑Shanah,” “Syna­gogue,” “Talmud,” “Western Wall,” in World Book Encyclopedia, 1994‑95.

“The Jewishness of Jesus:  Commandments Concerning Interpersonal Relations,”  in Jews and Christians Speak about Jesus, ed. Arthur E. Zanoni,  Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1994, 37-53.

“Judaism and Early Christianity in the Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls,” in Jewish‑Christian Encounters over the Centuries:  Symbiosis, Prejudice, Holocaust, Dialogue, ed. M. Perry and F. M. Schweitzer, New York: Peter Land, 1994, p. 27‑44.

“Laws Concerning Idolatry in the Temple Scroll,” Uncovering Ancient Stones: Essays in Memory of H. Neil Richardson, ed. L. M. Hopfe (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1994), 159‑175.

“The Milluim Ceremony in the Temple Scroll,” New Qumran Texts and Studies: Proceedings of the First Meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies, Paris 1992, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1994, p. 255‑272.

Panel Discussion, “Ethics of Publication of the Dead Sea Scrolls,” Methods of Investigation of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Khirbet Qumran Site: Present Realities and Future Prospects, ed. M.O. Wise, N. Golb, J.J. Col­lins, D. G. Pardee, New York: New York Academy of Sciences, 1994, pp. 463‑68, 488.

“Sectarian Rule (5Q13),” and “Ordinances and Rules,” The Dead Sea Scrolls, Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek Texts with English Translations, vol. 1, Rule of the Community and Related Documents, ed. J. H. Charlesworth, Tübingen:  J. C. B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck) and Louisville:  Westminster John Knox Press, 1994, pp. 132‑75.

“Pharisaic and Sadducean Halakhah in the Dead Sea Scrolls:  The Case of the Tevul Yom,” Dead Sea Discoveries 1 (1994), 285‑99.

“The Temple Scroll and the Nature of its Law:  the State of the Question,” The Community of the Renewed Covenant, The Notre Dame Symposium on the Dead Sea Scrolls, ed. E. Ulrich, J. C. VanderKam (Notre Dame, IN:  University of Notre Dame Press, 1994), 37‑55.

“4QMysteries:  A Preliminary Translation,” Proceedings of the Eleventh World Congress of Jewish Studies, Division A, The Bible and its World (Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies, 1994), 199‑206.

“The Theology of the Temple Scroll,” The Jewish Quarterly Review 85 (1994), 109‑123.

(co‑author) “4Q470: Preliminary Publication of a Fragment Mentioning Zedekiah,” Revue de Qumran 16:63 (1994) 335‑349.

“Cutheans” and “Rabbinic Literature, Samaritans in,” A Companion to Samaritan Studies, ed. A. D. Crown, R. Pummer, A. Tal.

Ha‑Halakhah Bi‑Tequfat Ha‑Hashmona’im Le‑’Or Megillot Midbar Yehudah,” Yeme Bet Ha-Hashmona’i, `Idan 19, ed. D. Amit, H. Eshel (Jerusalem: Yad Yitzhak Ben-Zvi, 1995) 157-70.

“Sacral and Non‑Sacral Slaughter according to the Temple Scroll, “Time to Prepare the Way in the Wilderness”, Papers on the Qumran Scrolls by Fellows of The Institute for Advanced Studies of the Hebrew University‑‑Jerusa­lem, 1989‑90, ed. D. Dimant, L. H. Schiffman, Studies on the Texts of the Desert of Judah 16 (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1995), 69‑84.

`Ola and Hatta’t in the Temple Scroll,” in Pomegranates and Golden Bells: Studies in Biblical, Jewish, and Near Eastern Ritual, Law, and Literature in honor of Jacob Milgrom, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1995, pp. 39‑48.

“4QMysteriesa:  A Preliminary Edition and Translation,” in Solving Riddles and Untying Knots: Biblical, Epi­graphic and Semitic Studies in honor of Jonas C. Greenfield, Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1995,  pp. 207‑260.

“Origin and Early History of the Qumran Sect,” BA 58, no. 1 (1995), pp. 37‑48.

“Understanding the Dead Sea Scrolls,” Wellsprings 42 (Fall, 1995) 25‑31.

“Separation of Powers in the Dead Sea Community,” in Signs of Democracy in the Bible, ed. C. Stern (Chappaqua, NY: Temple Beth El of Northern Westchester, 1995)  64-85.

(with E. Larson and J. Strugnell) “4QText Mentioning Hezekiah,” Qumran Cave 4, XIV: Parabiblical Texts, Part 2, (Discoveries in the Judaean Desert 19; Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1995) 235-244.

“The Place of 4QMMT in the Corpus of Qumran Manuscripts,” in Reading 4QMMT, edited by M. J. Bernstein and J. Kampen, (SBL Symposium Series; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1996) 81-98.

“Jerusalem in the Dead Sea Scrolls,” in The Centrality of Jerusalem, eds. M. Poorthuis and Ch. Safrai, (Kampen, Netherlands: Kok Pharos Publishing, 1996) 73-88.

The Construction of the Temple according to the Temple Scroll,” Revue de Qumran 17 (1996), 555-71.

“Foreword:  The Ancient Synagogue and the History of Judaism ” The Sacred Realm, ed. Steven Fine (New York; Oxford: Oxford University Press and Yeshiva University Museum, 1996) xxvii-xxix.

“Miscellaneous Texts,” Qumran Cave 4, XVII: Parabiblical Texts, Part 3, (Discoveries in the Judaean Desert 22; Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996) 295-304, 311-322.

“Mysteries,” Qumran Cave 4, XV: Sapiential Texts, Part 1, (Discoveries in the Judaean Desert 20; Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997) 31-123.

“Apostrophe to Zion (11QPsalms Scroll 22:1-15),” Prayer from Alexander to Constantine, ed. Mark Kiley (London and New York: Routledge, 1997) 18-22.

“Some Laws Pertaining to Animals in Temple Scroll, Column 52,” Legal Texts and Legal Issues: Proceedings of the Second Meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies, Cambridge, 1995, ed. M. Bernstein, F. García Martínez, J. Kampen ( Leiden: Brill, 1997) 167-178.

“Megillat Ha-Miqdash aúare Sheloshim Shanah, “ Qadmoniot 30 (1997), pp. 101-4.

“Dead Sea Scrolls,” “Beit Hillel and Beit Shammai,” “Shimon Bar Kokhba,” in Encyclopedia of the Jewish Religion, Oxford University Press, 1997.

“Hilkhot Shehitah `al pi Megillat Ha‑Miqdash,”  ‘Or Le-Ya`akov, Meúqarim Ba-Miqra` U-Vi-Megillot Midbar Yehudah Le-Zikhro shel Y. S. Licht (Jerusalem:  Mosad Bialik, 1997), pp. 272-82.

“Non‑Jews in the Dead Sea Scrolls,” The Quest for Context and Meaning: Studies in Biblical Intertextuality in Honor of James A. Sanders, ed. C.A. Evans, S. Talmon (Leiden: Brill, 1997) 153-171.

`Ir Ha-Miqdash and its Meaning in the Temple Scroll and Other Qumran Texts,” Sanctity of Time and Space in Tradition and Modernity, ed. A. Houtman, M.J.H.M. Poorthuis, J. Schwartz (Jewish and Christian Perspectives Series 1; Leiden: Brill, 1998) 95-109.

“The Case of the Day of Atonement Ritual,” Biblical Perspectives: Early Use and Interpretation of the Bible in Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls: Proceedings of the First International Symposium of the Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature, 12-14 May, 1996, ed. M.E. Stone, E.G. Chazon (Studies on the Texts of the Desert of Judah 28; Leiden: Brill, 1998) 181-188.

“The Vilna Gaon’s Methods for Textual Criticism of Rabbinical Literature,” The Gaon of Vilnius and the Annals of Jewish Culture: Materials of the International Scientific Conference, Vilnius, September 10-12, 1997 (Vilnius: Vilnius University, 1998) 116-127.

“The Pharisees Revisited: Louis Finkelstein on the Second Temple Period,” Yakar Le’Mordecai: Jubilee Volume in Honor of Rabbi Mordecai Waxman, ed. Z. Ginor (Ktav and Temple Israel of Great Neck, 1998) 85-101.

“The Prohibition of Judicial Corruption in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Talmudic Law” Hesed ve-Emet: Studies in Honor of Ernest S. Frerichs, ed. J. Magness, S. Gitin (Brown Judaic Studies 320; Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press, 1998) 155-178.

“Baruch A. Levine: A Brief Biography” Ki Baruch Hu: Ancient Near Eastern, Biblical, and Judaic Studies in Honor of Baruch A. Levine, ed. R. Chazan, W.H. Hallo, and L. H. Schiffman (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1999) ix-xiii.

Makhlokot be-Sifrut Ha-Tannai’im Le-‘Or Megillot Midbar Yehudah, (Tanaaitic Disputes in Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls)” Ki Baruch Hu: Ancient Near Eastern, Biblical, and Judaic Studies in Honor of Baruch A. Levine, ed. R. Chazan, W.H. Hallo, and L. H. Schiffman (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1999) 43*-52*.

“Priestly and Levitical Gifts in the Temple Scroll,” The Provo International Conference on the Dead Sea Scrolls: Technological Innovations, New Texts, and Reformulated Issues, ed. D.W. Parry, E. Ulrich (Studies on the Texts of the Desert of Judah 30; Leiden: Brill, 1999) 480-496.

“The Early History of the Public Reading of the Torah,” Jews, Christians, and Polytheists in the Ancient Synagogue: Cultural Interaction during the Greco-Roman Period, ed. S. Fine (Baltimore Studies in the History of Judaism; London and New York: Routledge, 1999) 44-56.

“The House of the Laver in the Temple Scroll” Eretz Israel 26 (1999) Frank M. Cross Volume, 169*-175*.

“The Qumran Scrolls and Rabbinic Judaism,” The Dead Sea Scrolls after Fifty Years: A Comprehensive Assessment, ed. P.W. Flint, J.C. VanderKam (Leiden: Brill, 1999) vol. 2, 552-571.

“Maccabees, First Book of,” “Maccabees, Second Book of,” “Maccabees, Third Book of,” “Maccabees, Fourth Book of,” Dictionary of Biblical Interpretation, ed. J. H. Hayes (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1999) K-Z, 100-110.

“Halakhah and History: The Contribution of the Dead Sea Scrolls to Recent Scholarship,” Jüdische Geschichte in hellenistisch-römischer Zeit, ed. A. Oppenheimer, E. Müller-Luckner (Schriften des Historischen Kollegs, Kolloquien 44; Munich: Oldenbourg, 1999) 205-219.

(with E. Larson and M. R. Lehman) “4QHalakha A,” Qumran Cave 4, XXV: Halakhic Texts (Discoveries in the Judaean Desert 35; Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1999) 25-51.

(co-author) “And It Shall Come to Pass in the End of Days: An Agenda for the Future,” The Dead Sea Scrolls at Fifty, Proceedings of the 1997 Society of Biblical Literature Qumran Section Meetings, ed. R.A. Kugler, E.M. Schuller  (Early Judaism and its Literature 15; Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press, 1999) 205-211.

(co-author) “The Past: A Photoessay,” The Dead Sea Scrolls at Fifty: Proceedings of the 1997 Society of Biblical Literature Qumran Section Meetings, ed. R.A. Kugler, E. M. Schuller  (Early Judaism and its Literature 15; Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press, 1999) 9-20 + plates.

“Die Jüdischkeit Jesu: Gebote über zwischenmenschliche Beziehungen,” Kirche und Israel 14 (1999) 120-131.

“The Temple Scroll and the Halakhic Pseudepigrapha of the Second Temple Period,” Pseudepigraphic Perspectives: The Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha in the Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls (ed. E. G. Chazon and M. Stone, with A. Pinnick; STDJ 31; Leiden, Brill, 1999) 121-31.

“Community without Temple: The Qumran Community’s Withdrawal from the Jerusalem Temple,” Gemeinde ohne Tempel=Community without Temple: Zur Substituierung und Transformation des Jerusalemer Tempels und seines Kults im Alten Testament, antiken Judentum und frühen Christentum (eds. B. Ego, A. Lange, and P. Pilhofer, with K. Ehlers; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1999) 267-84.

“The Relationship of the Zadokite Fragments to the Temple Scroll,” The Damascus Document: A Centennial of Discovery: Proceedings of  the Third International Symposium of the Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature, 4-8 February, 1998 (STDJ 34; Leiden: Brill, 2000) 133-145.

“Introduction; 4QMMT; Oaths and Vows; Sabbath; Serekh-Damascus; Legal Works, Minor; Rule of the Congregation; Israel, People and Land, “Tefillin and Mezuzot” in Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls, 2 vols.  (eds. Lawrence H. Schiffman and J.C. VanderKam; Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2000)

“The Judean Scrolls and the History of Judaism,” The Dead Sea Scrolls: Fifty Years after their Discovery: Proceedings of the Jerusalem Congress, July 20-25, 1997 (eds. L.H. Schiffman, with E. Tov and J.C. VanderKam) (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society in cooperation with The Shrine of the Book, Israel Museum, 2000) 542-57.

“Israel, Land of;” “Legal Texts at Qumran,” Dictionary of New Testament Background (eds. C.A. Evans and S.E. Porter; Downers Grove, IL and Leicester England: InterVarsity Press, 2000) 554-8; 636-40.

“Major Intersections: An Overview,” Major Intersections (New York: Yeshiva University Museum, 2000) pp. 13-27.

“Jewish Law at Qumran,” The Judaism of Qumran: A Systemic Reading of the Dead Sea Scrolls (Handbook of Oriental Studies 56; Judaism in Late Antiquity, Part 5, Volume 1; eds. A. J. Avery-Peck, J. Neusner, B.D. Chilton; Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2001) 75-90.

“Irgun U‑Manhigut Be‑Khat Midbar Yehudah,” Kehal Yisrael: Jewish Self-Rule through the Ages, Vol. 1: The Ancient Period [Halpern Memorial Volume] (ed. I. Gafni; Jerusalem: Merkaz Shazar, 2001) 27-53.

“Ha-Mivnim Ba-îa§er Ha-Penimit shel Bet Ha-Miqdash le-fi Megillat Ha-Miqdash,” Yovel le-îeqer Megillot Yam ha-Melakh [Fifty Years of Dead Sea Scrolls Research: Studies in Memory of Jacob Licht] (ed. G. Brin, B. Nitzan; Jerusalem: Yad Ben-Zvi, 2001) 171-180.

“Descriptions of the Jerusalem Temple in Josephus and the Temple Scroll,” Historical Perspectives: From the Hasmoneans to Bar Kokhba in Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium of the Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature, 27-31 January, 1999 (eds. D. Goodblatt, A. Pinnick, and D. Schwartz; Leiden: Brill, 2001) 69-82.

“The Pharisees and their Legal Traditions according to the Dead Sea Scrolls,” Dead Sea Discoveries 8 (2001) pp. 262-77.

“Reclaiming the Dead Sea Scrolls: The Significance of the Scrolls for Judaism and Christianity,” Archaeology and Society in the 21st Century: the Dead Sea Scrolls and other Case Studies (eds. N. A. Silberman and E. S. Frerichs; Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, the Dorot Foundation, 2001) pp. 160-68.

“The Many ‘Battles of the Scrolls,’” Archaeology and Society in the 21st Century: the Dead Sea Scrolls and other Case Studies (eds. N. A. Silberman and E. S. Frerichs; Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, the Dorot Foundation, 2001) pp. 188-210.

“Second Temple Literature and the Cairo Genizah,” PAAJR 63 (1997-2001), 139-61.

“‘Male and Female He Created Them’,” Wellsprings 49 (Symposium on Judaism and the New Reproductive Technologies; 2001) pp. 33-35.

“Historical Perspectives on Dissent and Disobedience: Jews against Jews in Late Antiquity,” Tolerance, Dissent, and Democracy: Philosophical, Historical and Halakhic Perspectives (ed. M. Sokol; Orthodox Forum series; Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, 2002) pp. 233-259.

“The Many Battles of the Scrolls,” Journal of Religious History 26:2 (2002), pp. 157-78.

The Architectural Vocabulary of the Copper Scroll and the Temple Scroll,” Copper Scroll Studies (eds. G.J. Brooke and P.R. Davies; JSPSup 40; London: Sheffield Academic Press, 2002) pp. 180-95.

“Models of Community in the Ancient Jewish World,” Eshkolot: Essays in Memory of Rabbi Ronald Lubofsky (Melbourne, Australia: Hybrid Publishers, 2002) pp. 94-104.

“The Dead Sea Scrolls and Rabbinic Halakhah,” The Dead Sea Scrolls as Background to Postbiblical Judaism and Early Christianity: Papers from an International Conference at St. Andrews in 2001 (ed. J. Davila; STDJ 46; Leiden: Brill, 2003) pp. 3-24.

“Utopia and Reality: Political Leadership and Organization in the Dead Sea Scrolls Community,” Emanuel: Studies in Hebrew Bible, Septuagint, and Dead Sea Scrolls in Honor of Emanuel Tov + Index (eds. S.M. Paul, R.A. Kraft, Lawrence H. Schiffman and W.W. Fields; Leiden: Brill, 2003) pp. 413-27.

“Witnesses and Signatures in the Hebrew and Aramaic Documents from the Bar Kokhba Caves,” Semitic Papyrology in Context: A Climate of Creativity: Papers from a New York University Conference Marking the Retirement of Baruch A. Levine (ed. Lawrence H. Schiffman; Culture and History of the Ancient Near East 14; Leiden: Brill, 2003) pp. 165-86.

“Jerusalem: Twice Destroyed, Twice Rebuilt,” Classical World 97:1 (2003) pp. 31-40.

“La réponse de la halakha à l’ascension du christianisme,” in Le christianisme au miroir du judaïsme (ed. S. Trigano, Pardès: Etudes et Culture Juives 35; Paris:  In Press Éditions, 2003) pp. 13-30.

“Making the Bible Come to Life: Biblical Archaeology and the Teaching of Tanakh in Jewish Schools,” Tradition 37 (2003) 38-49; repr. in The Azrieli Papers: Dimensions of Orthodox Day School Education (ed. D.J. Schnall and M. Sokolow; New York: Yeshiva University Press, 2011) 269-83.

“The Concept of Covenant in the Qumran Scrolls and Rabbinic Literature,” The Idea of Biblical Interpretation: Essays in Honor of James L. Kugel (eds. H. Najman and J.H. Newman; Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism 83; Leiden: Brill, 2004) pp. 257-278.

“Halakhic Elements in the Sapiential Texts from Qumran,” in Sapiential Perspectives: Wisdom Literature in Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls: Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium of the Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature, 20-22 May, 2001 (ed. J.J. Collins, G.E. Sterling, R.A.Clements; STDJ 51; Leiden: Brill, 2004) 89-100.

“Biq§eh ha-Golah:  Yehudim be-`Ezor Yam ha-Melaú be-Shete ha-Me’ot ha-Rishonot la-Sefirah,” Merkaz u-Tefusah : Ere§ Yisrael veha-Tefu§ot Bi-yeme Bayit Sheni, ha-Mishnah, veha-Talmud (ed. I. Gafni; Yerushalayim: Merkaz Shazar, 2004) pp. 107-123.

“Pseudepigrapha in the Pseudepigrapha: Mythical Books in Second Temple Literature,” Revue de Qumran 21/3 (2004): 429-438.

“Inverting Reality: The Dead Sea Scrolls in the Popular Media,” Dead Sea Discoveries 12 (2005) 24-37.

“Reflections on the Deeds of Sale from the Judaean Desert in Light of Rabbinic Literature,” in Law in the Documents of the Judaean Desert, eds. Ranon Katzoff and David Schaps (Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism 96; Leiden: Brill, 2005) 185-203.

“The Dead Sea Scrolls and Rabbinic Judaism: Perspectives and Desiderata” Henoch 27 (2005) 27-33.

“3 Enoch and the Enoch Tradition,” in Enoch and Qumran Origins: New Light on a Forgotten Connection (ed.  G. Boccaccini; Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2005) 152-161.

“The Making of the Mishnah and the Talmud,” in Printing the Talmud: From Bomberg to Schottenstein, eds. S.L. Mintz and G.M. Goldstein (New York: Yeshiva University Museum, 2005) 3-18.

“Medium and Message: The Talmud as a Transmitter of Jewish Culture,” in Printing the Talmud: From Bomberg to Schottenstein, eds. S.L. Mintz and G.M. Goldstein (New York: Yeshiva University Museum, 2005) 163-67.

“Contemporizing Halakic Exegesis in the Dead Sea Scrolls,” in Reading the Present in the Qumran Library: The Perception of the Contemporary by Means of Scriptural Interpretations (eds. K. de Troyer and A. Lange; SBL Symposium series 30; Atlanta: SBL, 2005) 35-41.

“Sacrificial Halakhah in the Fragments of the Aramaic Levi Document from Qumran, the Cairo Genizah, and Mt. Athos Monastery” in Reworking the Bible: Apocryphal and Related Texts at Qumran, Proceedings of a Joint Symposium by the Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature and the Hebrew University Institute for Advanced Studies Research Group on Qumran, 15-17 January, 2002 (eds. E. G. Chazon, D. Dimant, R. A. Clements; STDJ 58; Leiden: Brill, 2005) 177-202.

“Composition and Redaction in Bavli, Pereq îeleq,” in Creation and Composition: The Contribution of the Bavli Redactors (Stammaim) to the Aggada (ed. J. Rubenstein; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2005) 201-15.

“I manoscritti di Qumran e il giudaismo rabbinico,” in Il messia tra memoria e attesa (Biblia Enoch Seminar; a cura      di G. Boccaccini; Brescia: Editrice Morcelliana, 2005) 201-4.

“Jewish Spirituality in the Bible and Second Temple Literature,” in L. H. Schiffman and A. Mintz, eds., Jewish Spirituality and Divine Law (Orthodox Forum Series 12; New York: Michael Scharf Publication Trust of the Yeshiva University Press, 2005) 37-60.

“Dead Sea Scrolls, Biblical Interpretation in,” in Encyclopedia of Midrash, eds. Jacob Neusner and Alan J. Avery Peck (2 vols.; Leiden: Brill, 2005) 1:40-54.

“Messianism and Apocalypticism in Rabbinic Texts” in Cambridge History of Judaism, vol. 4, The Late Roman-Rabbinic Period), ed. S.T. Katz (Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006) 1053-72.

“Ha-Halakhah be-Sifre Ha-Besorah Shebi-Verit ha-Hadashah uvi-Megillot Midbar Yehudah” (“Jewish Law in the Gospels and the Dead Sea Scrolls”) Meghillot 4 (2006): 141-50.

“Biblical Exegesis in the Passion Narratives and the Dead Sea Scrolls,” (eds. I. Kalimi and P.J. Haas; Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies 439; New York and London: T&T Clark, 2006) 117-30.

“Holiness and Sanctity in the Dead Sea Scrolls” in A Holy People: Jewish and Christian Perspectives on Religious Communal Identity, ed. M. Poorthuis and J. Schwartz (Jewish and Christian Perspectives Series; Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2006) 53-67.

“Pre-Maccabean Halakhah in the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Biblical Tradition,” DSD 13 (2006): 348-61.

“Legal Texts and Codification in the Dead Sea Scrolls,” in Discussing Cultural Influences: Text, Context, and Non-text in Rabbinic Judaism (ed. R. Ulmer; Studies in Judaism; Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 2007) 1-39.

“War in Jewish Apocalyptic Thought,” in War and Peace in the Jewish Tradition, 2004 Orthodox Forum (New York: Yeshiva University, 2007) 477-95.

“The Significance of the Scrolls,” in The Dead Sea Scrolls (Washington , D.C. and Atlanta: Biblical Archaeology Society and Society of Biblical Literature, 2007)  82-95.

“Are the Dead Sea Scrolls Historical Texts?” in Historical Knowledge in Biblical Antiquity (eds. J. Neusner, B.D. Chilton, W.S. Green; Blandford Forum, Dorset: Deo Publishing, 2007) 53-78.

“The Contribution of the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Study of Hebrew Language and Literature,” Turim: Studies in Jewish History and Literature presented to Dr. Bernard Lander (2 vols.; ed. M. Shmidman; New York: Touro College Press, 2007) 1:233-255.

“Hanging,” 2.731-2; “Kittim,” 3.537-38; “Oral Law, Oral Torah,” 4.336; “Pesharim,” 4.459-61; “Phylacteries,” 4.522-23; “Shema, The,” 5.224-25; “Teacher of Righteousness,” 5. 480-82 “Torah reading,” 5.630-31in The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible (Nashville: Abingdon, 2007).

“The Hebrew Bible: Exodus and the Covenant,” Odyssey of the West I: A Classic Education through the Great Books: Hebrews and Greeks (The Modern Scholar series; Prince Frederick, MD: Recorded Books, 2007) Lecture 4.

“The Hebrew Bible: Psalms, Prophets, the Song of Songs, and Job,” Odyssey of the West I: A Classic Education through the Great Books: Hebrews and Greeks (The Modern Scholar series; Prince Frederick, MD: Recorded Books, 2007) Lecture 5.

“The Christian Bible: The Gospels,” Odyssey of the West II: A Classic Education through the Great Books: From Athens to Rome and the Gospels (The Modern Scholar series; Prince Frederick, MD: Recorded Books, 2007) Lecture 13.

“The Christian Bible: Acts and Epistles of St. Paul,” Odyssey of the West II: A Classic Education through the Great Books: From Athens to Rome and the Gospels (The Modern Scholar series; Prince Frederick, MD: Recorded Books, 2007) Lecture 14.

The Dead Sea Scrolls: The Truth behind the Mystique (The Modern Scholar series; Prince Frederick, MD: Recorded Books, 2007) 14 lectures + Course Guide.

The Hebrew Bible (The Modern Scholar series; Prince Frederick, MD: Recorded Books, 2008) 14 lectures + Course Guide.

“Translation as Commentary: Targum, Midrash and Talmud,” in La Bibbia nelle Culture dei Populi : Ermeneutica e Comunicazione, Atti del Convegno Internazionale, Pontificia Universitá Urbanica, 10-11 maggio 2007; a cura di A. Gieniusz, A. Spreafico (Cittá del Vaticano, Roma : Urbiana University Press, 2008) 32-45.

“Commandment or Emotion? Love of God, Family, and Humanity in Classical Judaism,” in Love—Ideal and Real—in the Jewish Tradition from the Hebrew Bible to Modern Times, eds. L.J. Greenspoon, R.A. Simkins, J.A. Cahan (Studies in Jewish Civilization 18; Creighton: University Press; Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press, 2008) 1-19.

“The Unfinished Scroll: A Reconsideration of the End of the Temple Scroll,” DSD 15 (2008) 67-78.

“Dead Sea Scrolls” in Encyclopedia of Love in World Religions (ed. Yudit Kornberg Greenberg: Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2008) 143-45.

“Codification of Jewish Law in the Dead Sea Scrolls,” Birkat Shalom: Studies in the Bible, Ancient Near Eastern Literature and Postbiblical Judaism presented to Shalom M. Paul on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday (2 vols.; ed. C. Cohen, et al.; Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2008) 2.917-26.

“Sefer Berit Dameseq u-Megillat ha-Serakhim,” (“The Damascus Document and the Serakhim”) in Megillot Qumran: Mevo’ot u-Meḥqarim, ed. M. Kister (2 vols.; Ben Miqra la-Mishnah series; Jerusalem: Yad Ben-Zvi, 2009) 1.275-298.

“The Book of Jubilees and the Temple Scroll,” in Enoch and the Mosaic Torah: The Evidence of Jubilees (eds. G. Boccaccini and G. Ibba; Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2009) 99-115.

“Temple, Sacrifice and Priesthood in the Epistles of the Hebrews and the Dead Sea Scrolls,” in Echoes from the Caves: Qumran and the New Testament, ed. F. García Martínez  (Leiden: Brill, 2009) 165-76.

“The Book of Jubilees and the Temple Scroll,” Enoch and the Mosaic Torah: The Evidence of Jubilees (ed. G. Boccaccini and G. Ibba; Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2009)

“Halakhic Terminology in the Dead Sea Scrolls,” RevQ 93 (2009), 115-33.

“Memory and Manuscript: Books, Scrolls, and the Tradition of the Dead Sea Scrolls,” in New Perspectives on Old Texts: Proceedings of the Tenth International Symposium of the Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature, 9-11 January 2005 (eds. E.G. Chazon, B. Halpern Amaru, in collaboration with R. Clements; STDJ 88; Leiden: Brill, 2010) 133-50.

“History and Liturgy: The Evolution of Multiple Prayer Rites,” Kol Hamevaser,Vol. 3, issue 7  (2010) 8-10.

“The Law of Conscription in the War Scroll,” Qumran Cave 1 Revisited: Texts from Cave 1 Sixty Years after their Discovery: Proceedings of the Sixth Meeting of the IOQS in Ljubljana (ed. D.K. Falk, S. Metso, D.W. Parry and E.J.C. Tigchelaar; STDJ 91; Leiden: Brill, 2010) 179-89.

“From the Cairo Genizah to Qumran: The Influence of the Zadokite Fragments on the Study of the Qumran Scrolls,” in The Dead Sea Scrolls: Texts and Context (ed. C. Hempel; STDJ 90; Leiden: Brill, 2010) 451-66.

“The Dead Sea Scrolls and the History of the Jewish Book,” AJS Review 34:2 (Nov. 2010): 359-365.

“Talmudic Monetary Theory: Currency in Rabbinic Halakhah,” in Oxford Handbook of Judaism and Economics (ed. A. Levine; New York: Oxford University Press, 2010) 605-24.

“Laws Pertaining to Forbidden Foods in the Dead Sea Scrolls,” in Halakhah in Light of Epigraphy (eds. A.I. Baumgarten, H. Eshel, R. Katzoff, S. Tzoref; Journal of Ancient Judaism Supplements 3; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2011) 65-80.

“Temple Scroll,” in Dead Sea Scrolls Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek Texts with English Translations: Volume 7: Temple Scroll and Related Documents (ed. J.H. Charlesworth [et al.]; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck; Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 2011)

“The Temple Scroll: A Utopian Temple Plan from Second Temple Times,” in The Temple of Jerusalem: From Moses to the Messiah: In Honor Professor Louis H. Feldman (ed. S. Fine; Leiden: Brill, 2011) 45-56.

“Laws Pertaining to Women and Sexuality in the Early Stratum of the Damascus Document ,” in The Dead Sea Scrolls and Contemporary Culture: Proceedings of the International Conference held at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem (July 6-8, 2008)  (eds. A.D. Roitman, L. H. Schiffman, and S. Tzoref; STDJ 93;  Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2011) 547-69.

“Second Temple Literature and Rabbinic Judaism,” in The Dead Sea Scrolls in Context: Integrating the Dead Sea Scrolls in the Study of Ancient Texts, Languages, and Cultures (eds. A. Lange, E. Tov, and M. Weigold; 2 vols.; Supplements to VT 140; Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2011) 2.597-617.

“Light from the Qumran Scrolls on Rabbinic Literature,” in The Qumran Legal Texts between the Hebrew Bible and Its Interpretation (eds. K. De Troyer and A. Lange, with J.S. Adcock; Contributions to Biblical Exegesis and Theology 61; Leuven: Peeters, 2011) 111-24.

“The Dead Sea Scrolls,” in The Cambridge Dictionary of Judaism and Jewish Culture (ed. J. Baskin; Cambridge: University Press, 2011) 128-30.

“On the Edge of the Diaspora: Jews in the Dead Sea Region in the First Two Centuries C.E.,” in ‘Go out and Study the Land’ (Judges 18:2): Archaeological , Historical and Textual Studies in Honor of Hanan Eshel (eds. L. H. Schiffman, A. M. Maier and J. Magness; Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism 148; Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2012) 175-95.

“Modification of Biblical Law in the Temple Scroll,” in The Hebrew Bible in Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls (eds. N. Dávid, A. Lange, Kristin De Troyer, and S.Tzoref; Forschungen zur Religion und Literatur des Alten und Neuen Testaments 239; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2012) 312-20.

“2 Enoch and Halakhah,” in New Perspectives on 2 Enoch: No Longer Slavonic Only (Studia Judaeoslavica 4; eds. A.A. Orlov and  G. Boccaccini; Leiden: Brill, 2012) 221-28.

“From Observation to Calculation: The Development of the Rabbinic Lunar Calendar” in Living the Lunar
Calendar
(eds. J. Ben-Dov, W. Horowitz and J. M. Steele; Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2012) 231-43.

“The Samaritans in Amoraic Halakhah,” in Shoshannat Yaakov: Jewish and Iranian Studies in Honor of Yaakov Elman ( eds. S. Secunda and  S. Fine; Leiden: Brill, 2012) 371-89.

“History and Liturgy: The Evolution of Multiple Prayer Rites,” Journal of Jewish Music and Liturgy 31 (2011-12): 1-10.

 

Reviews

“Perushaw shel Professor Gordis Le‑Shalosh Megillot,” HADOAR 54 (April 25, 1975), p. 384.

Posner, R., Ta‑Shema, I., eds., The Hebrew Book, An Historical Survey, HADOAR 55, No. 1 (November 7, 1975), p. 11 (in Hebrew).

R.J. Williams, Hebrew Syntax: An Outline, Middle East Studies Association Bulletin 10 (1976), pp. 77‑ 78.

M. Sokoloff, The Targum to Job from Qumran Cave XI  and R. Weiss, Ha‑Targum Ha‑’Arami Le‑Sefer ‘Iyob, JBL 95 (1976), pp. 158‑ 160.

“`Al Qoves Mehqarav shel Professor R. Gordis,” HADOAR LVI (February 18, 1977), pp. 249f.

J. P. Siegel, The Severus Scroll and 1QIsa, JBL 96 (1977), pp. 299f.

L. Ginzberg, An Unknown Jewish Sect, JAOS 99 (1979), pp. 113f.

J. Neusner, trans., The Tosefta, Tohorot, AJS Newsletter 24 (March, 1979), p. 26.

R. de Vaux, Qumran Grotte 4 II. I. Archaeologie; and J.T. Milik, II: Tefillin, Mezuzot et Targums (4Q128‑4Q157), Discoveries in the Judaean Desert, Vol. VI, JAOS 100 (1980), 170‑72.

S. Kanter, Rabban Gamliel II: The Legal Tradition, AJS Newsletter No. 31 (1982), 21.

J. N. Lightstone, Yose the Galilean, JSS 44 (1982), pp. 173f.

L. A. Hoffman, The Canonization of the Synagogue Service, The Journal of Religion 63 (1983), pp. 189f.

W. B. Helmreich, The World of the Yeshiva, Congress Monthly 51 (September/October 1984), pp. 19f.

J. B. Soloveitchik, Halakhic Man  and P. Peli, Soloveitchik on Repentance:  The Thought and Oral Discourses of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, Congress Monthly 51 (November 1984), pp. 19f.

A. J. Saldarini, Scholastic Rabbinism:  A Literary Study of the Fathers according to Rabbi Nathan, AJSRev 9 (1984), pp. 116‑119.

G. Vermes, J. Neusner, ed. Essays in Honour of Yigael Yadin, Journal of the American Academy of Religion (1984), p. 610.

Y. Yadin, The Temple Scroll, 3 vols., BA 48 (1985), pp. 122‑126.

Y. Yadin, The Temple Scroll:  The Hidden Law of the Dead Sea Sect, BAR 11 (July/August 1985), pp. 12‑14.

J. Neusner, Ancient Israel After Catastrophe, The Religious World of the Mishnah, JBL 104 (1985), p. 527.

C. S. Liebman and E. Don‑Yehiya, Religion and Politics in Israel, Congress Monthly 52, No. 7 (Nov.‑Dec. 1985), p. 19.

A. Mendelson, Secular Education in Philo of Alexandria in Association of Jewish Libraries Newsletter.

J. J. Collins, The Apocalyptic Imagination, An Introduction to the Jewish Matrix of Christianity, BR 2 (Fall, 1986), pp. 12‑13.

“Bokser’s Samuel on Berakhot” (Review of Post Mishnaic Judaism in Transition by Baruch M. Bokser), Jewish Quarterly Review 76 (1986), pp. 269‑71.

“Neusner’s Messiah in Context,” (Review of J. Neusner, Messiah in Context) JQR 77 (1987), 240‑3.

G. J. Brooke, Exegesis at Qumran, 4QFlorilegium in its Jewish Context, JAOS.

P. Shäfer, Übersetzung der Hekhalot‑Literatur:  II, Konkordanz zur Hekhalot‑Literatur, and Hekhalot‑StudienJournal of the American Oriental Society.

R. A. Batey, Jesus and the Forgotten City: New Light on Sepphoris and the Urban World of Jesus, Biblical Archaeologist 55 (1992), pp. 105‑106.

T. W. Hewitt, Eschatology in the Theodocies of 2 Baruch an 4 Ezra, JQR.

E. Tov, Biqqoret Nusah ha‑Miqra’, AJSRev.

E. Tov, The Greek Minor Prophets Scroll from Nahal Hever, Discoveries in the Judaean Desert VIII, JBL 111 (1992), pp. 532‑5.

“Finite Perspectives of the Infinite, Yeshayahu Leibowitz’s Limited View of Judaism” (Review Essay on Y. Leibowitz, Judaism, Human Values, and the Jewish State), Wellsprings (Winter 1992‑3), pp. 31‑35.

J. Kapera, Mogilany 1989, Papers on the Dead Sea Scrolls Offered in Memory of Jean Carmignac, 2 vols., “1989 Mogilany Conference Featured Lively Debates,” BAR Jan./Feb. 1994.

The Dead Sea Scrolls [6 video tapes], Dead Sea Discoveries 2 (1995), pp. 238‑40.

“The Poetry of Wisdom,” review of G. Vermes, The Complete Dead Sea Scrolls in English, in Los Angeles Times Book Review, Dec. 21, 1997, pp. 7-8.

“Understanding the Bible as it Was in the Beginning,” review of J. Kugel, The Bible as it Was, in Forward, Oct. 31, 1997, pp. 13-14.

“Curse of the Scrolls Strikes Again,” (Review of The Messiah before Jesus by Israel Knohl, Jerusalem Report (Jan. 15, 2001) pp. 45-6.

Review of S. C. Reif, A Jewish Archive from Old Cairo: The History of Cambridge University’s Genizah Collection, BAR 27 (May-June 2001) 54-55.

Review of A.I. Baumgarten, The Flourishing of Jewish Sects in the Maccabean Era: An Interpretation (in Hebrew), Zion 46 (2001) pp. 379-381.