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These works were generally written by men and intended for men. However, as noted by M. Grossman, underneath the androcentric language of these texts there is frequently an assumption that women are included in their audience. 68 Consequently, when a gender-neutral term is not an option, I have striven to use the feminine equally, except when referring to the author of a text. This includes and its Interpreters (ed. W. H. Propp, B. Halpern, and D. N. : Eisenbrauns, 1990), 177. 67 See, for example, the opposing opinions of C.

Reading Gender in Second Temple Works The use of gender-inclusive language presents a challenge when discussing Second Temple works. These works were generally written by men and intended for men. However, as noted by M. Grossman, underneath the androcentric language of these texts there is frequently an assumption that women are included in their audience. 68 Consequently, when a gender-neutral term is not an option, I have striven to use the feminine equally, except when referring to the author of a text.

A. Sanders, “Non-Masoretic Psalms (4Q88=4QPsf, 11Q5=11QPsa, 11Q6=11QPsb),” in The Dead Sea Scrolls: Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek texts with English Translations. Vol. 4A, Pseudepigraphic and Non-Masoretic Psalms and Prayers (ed. J. H. Charlesworth; PTSDSSP; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1994), 185. This translation is apparently based on the biblical use of nega‘ (specifically nega‘ ṣāra‘at) in Leviticus 13-14. 36 the speaker that is inimical to him. 12 Its growth is a frightening prospect, and one that only God can prevent.

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