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  • Paperback: 226 pages
  • Publisher: State University of New York Press (2 July 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1438439520
  • ISBN-13: 978-1438439525
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.4 x 22.9 cm
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Orlov has succeeded in producing a well-written and closely argued account that will serve as a fine resource in early Jewish and Christian literature for years to come. H-Net Reviews, H-Judaic

Andrei Orlov [has] made a name for himself in the academic world by studying rarely examined Jewish pseudo-epigraphic works that have come down to us in Slavonic Recommended for academic collections. Association of Jewish Libraries Reviews"

an engaging examination of the two most infamous characters of Second Temple Jewish demonology, the fallen angels Satan and Azazel Dark Mirrors will be of interest to students of the scriptures and especially those interested in religious history, whether or not they have prior experience with the early Jewish and early Christian texts he utilizes. The many parallels with LDS understandings of the nature of Satan should be apparent and exciting for most. Orlov is one of the foremost scholars on this genre of extrabiblical texts and much can be gleaned from his adventurous and insightful approach. BYU Studies Quarterly
Orlov has succeeded in producing a well-written and closely argued account that will serve as a fine resource in early Jewish and Christian literature for years to come. H-Net Reviews, H-Judaic
Andrei Orlov [has] made a name for himself in the academic world by studying rarely examined Jewish pseudo-epigraphic works that have come down to us in Slavonic Recommended for academic collections. Association of Jewish Libraries Reviews"

..".an engaging examination of the two most infamous characters of Second Temple Jewish demonology, the fallen angels Satan and Azazel ... Dark Mirrors will be of interest to students of the scriptures and especially those interested in religious history, whether or not they have prior experience with the early Jewish and early Christian texts he utilizes. The many parallels with LDS understandings of the nature of Satan should be apparent and exciting for most. Orlov is one of the foremost scholars on this genre of extrabiblical texts and much can be gleaned from his adventurous and insightful approach." -- BYU Studies Quarterly

"Orlov has succeeded in producing a well-written and closely argued account that will serve as a fine resource in early Jewish and Christian literature for years to come." -- H-Net Reviews, H-Judaic

"Andrei Orlov [has] made a name for himself in the academic world by studying rarely examined Jewish pseudo-epigraphic works that have come down to us in Slavonic ... Recommended for academic collections." -- Association of Jewish Libraries Reviews

About the Author

Andrei A. Orlov is Associate Professor of Theology at Marquette University. He is the author of several books, including Selected Studies in the Slavonic Pseudepigrapha.


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