The Priestly Law in the Pentateuch and Greek Sacred Laws
Guy Darshan is a faculty member in the department of Biblical Studies at Tel Aviv University. His research examines the formation of biblical literature and the history of biblical thought and beliefs. He addresses these issues from philological and historical perspectives, including source, textual, and form criticism, as well as comparative study.
Darshan received his PhD from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and has been a Harry Starr Fellow in Judaica at Harvard University’s Center for Jewish Studies.
- “‘Ruaḥ ’Elohim in Genesis 1:2 in Light of Phoenician Cosmogonies: A Tradition’s History,” Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 45 (2019)
- After the Flood: Stories of Origins in the Hebrew Bible and Eastern Mediterranean Literature (Hebrew; Bialik Institute, 2018)