The editors both serve at the University of Graz, Austria, as assistant professor and professor of OT, respectively. Taschl-Erber wrote her dissertation on John 20:1–18 at the University of Vienna. Fischer served as professor of OT and women’s studies at the University of Bonn, Germany. The volume gathers the following 12 essays (all in German except for Calduck-Benages’s piece; I have translated the titles into English): “The Angel Rafael and the Widow Judith: Aspects of Mediated Divine Presence in the Apocrypha” (Beate Ego); “Metaphorically Mediated Divine Presence in the Song of Songs” (Ludger Schwienhort-Schönberger); “Ben Sira 24:22: Decoding a Metaphor” (Nuria Calduck-Benages); “‘Ezekiel Saw a Vision and Described the Figures at the Chariot’: The Reception of Ezekiel’s Chariot Vision in the Late OT and Intertestamental Periods” (Franz Sedlmeier); “Enoch as Son of Man in the Oracles of 1 Enoch and in the Broader Traditional Context” (Loren Stuckenbruck); “Enoch and Metatron,...

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