1 edition of A handbook to Old Testament Hebrew found in the catalog.
|Statement||Religious Tract Society|
|Publishers||Religious Tract Society|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||98|
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Still further, Brown does not leave unmentioned the culminating act of communicating the text to others. This is the exegetical and hermeneutical handbook I've been waiting for. The first text that was published and translated: Jerusalem Bible and Revised Standard Version was Isaiah.
Hamilton details the events and implications of each book chapter by chapter, providing useful commentary on overarching themes and the connections and parallels between Old Testament texts.
While not all will agree with every element of his analysis of the relevant texts, his reflections will provoke better understanding and further discussion. Since the original book was published before 1923, it is considered public domain in the USA.
The outcome of his prodigious work is a book that has no parallel among our current resources. So that the book is never forgotten we have represented this book in a print format as the same form as it was originally first published.
Each chapter explores one of the five poetical books. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant. Product Identifiers Publisher Creative Media Partners, LLC ISBN-10 034387668x ISBN-13 9780343876685 eBay Product ID ePID 21038262514 Product Key Features Format Trade Paperback Language English Publication Year 2018 Number of Pages 346 Pages Dimensions Item Length 9.
It may be that the book will evoke a new A handbook to Old Testament Hebrew of excitement and engagement for Bible readers; it is in any case an enormous gift to us all! —, Bibliotheca Sacra Professor Hamilton has provided college students and anyone else serious about studying the historiographic books of the Old Testament with an excellent introduction.
Fresh, accessible, and graceful, the handbook walks readers through the technical aspects of exegesis as well as the larger questions of contexts and interpretive frameworks, with an eye on the pressing questions of our time. Designed for both Hebrew and non-Hebrew students, A Handbook to Old Testament Exegesis offers a fresh, hands-on introduction to exegesis of the Old Testament.
In addition to being an introduction for new students, it will be a welcome resource for those trapped in so-called 'objective' criticism and for those who have been at it so long that they think they know ahead of time what texts will say. Brown guides the student through a wide var Designed for both Hebrew and non-Hebrew students, A Handbook to Old Testament Exegesis offers a fresh, hands-on introduction to exegesis of the Old Testament.
For those who wish to do additional research, each chapter is appended with a bibliography. There are numerous exegetical handbooks on the market, but they can now retire happily. 1 A midterm exam to be given in class on Monday, October A handbook to Old Testament Hebrew.
Within his given format Estes approaches the introductory material straightforwardly, while slightly tweaking his expositional format.
Students will appreciate the value of an empathetic inquiry of Scripture that is both inclusive of others and textually in-depth.
He provides full treatments of Job, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Solomon, but changes slightly the presentation of the Psalms and of Proverbs.