Sacrifice, Cult, and Atonement Section
Society of Biblical Literature
The Sacrifice, Cult, and Atonement Annual Conference program unit
is a forum for studying
the practices, interpretations and reception history of
sacrifice and cult
in the Hebrew Bible, Ancient Judaism, Christianity,
and their larger cultural contexts
(ANE, Greco-Roman religion).
Methodological perspectives include
- but are not limited to -
historical criticism, tradition history, comparative and literary approaches, ritual theory, and sociological analysis.