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Lawrence Boadt; Revised and Updated by Richard Clifford and Dani
Reading the Old Testament was recognized as a classic almost from its date of publication in 1984. Without in any way diminishing its famed clarity, judiciousness, and theological depth, two prominent scholars, Richard Clifford and Daniel ...
Through Nathan's Eyes
A first-person fictional account of the sin of David and Bathsheba through the eyes of the prophet Nathan.
Question By Question
Corrine L. Carvalho
A user-friendly, interactive study guide for reading and understanding the prophet Ezekiel.
Victor H. Matthews
This book briefly explores commonly asked questions and provides nontechnical answers designed to assist laypeople, ministers, and scholars with the historical books of the Bible.
Question by Question
William T. Miller
Leads individual readers or study groups through modern exegetical commentary on Exodus, relying almost entirely on the Socratic method of questions and answers.
Exploring Stories from Genesis to Job
Antony F. Campbell, SJ
Informed, insightful, clear, brief, and nontechnical explorations of significant texts and stories from across the Older Testament.
Their Stories, Sayings, & Scrolls
Thomas L. Leclerc
This volume introduces college students and adult learners to biblical stories about the prophets as well as the theology and teachings of each of the prophetic books in the Bible. Chapter Review & Study Questions available on line.
Commonly asked questions that will help readers to more quickly gain a basic understanding of the biblical world and the role of the prophets.
Law & Stories from the Ancient Near East
Victor H. Matthews and Don C. Benjamin
A readable, portable anthology of ancient Near Eastern laws and stories that share parallel themes and issues with biblical stories. This third edition has been completely revised in light of the ongoing discoveries of more and more ancient Near ...
Eugen J. Pentiuc
An analysis of the messianic texts found in the Hebrew Bible in the light of the ancient Jewish and Christian interpreters, with an emphasis on theological and pastoral significance of these texts.
William T. Miller, SJ
This book was designed to help individuals or groups who plan to read the entire book of Genesis, and who want to do so slowly and carefully, using study questions in conjunction with practical information from modern biblical scholarship.
Hebrew Scriptures for Today's World
Leslie J. Hoppe, OFM
Shows how Old Testament narratives can shed light on values, concerns, challenges, and ideals of Christians today.
Book of Beginnings
Martin Kessler & Karel Deurloo
An accessible commentary on Genesis, strictly focused on the biblical text, and aimed at introductory college courses and Bible study groups.
Reflection on the Pentateuch
Roland E. Murphy, OCarm
Provides Christians with enlightening views about the basic document of the Hebrew Scriptures and of Judaism.
A fresh and intriguing fictional retelling of Moses' life, as seen through the heart and wisdom of Moses himself.
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