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The Hebrew Scriptures : an introduction to their literature and religious ideas / by Samuel Sandmel.


New York : Oxford University Press, 1978.
ISBN 0195023692, 9780195023695

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Subjects Altes Testament.
Bible. A.T. -- Introductions.
Bible. Old Testament -- Introductions.
Bible. Old Testament.
Jüdische Theologie.
Description xxi, 552, xviii pages : maps ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1978.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 547-552) and index.
Contents 1. The historical antecedents -- 2. Preliminaries -- 3. Amos -- 4. Hosea -- 5. Isaiah -- 6. Micah -- 7. Zephaniah -- 8. Nahum -- 9. Habakkuk -- 10. Jeremiah -- 11. The pre-exilic prophets: a summary -- 12. Ezekiel -- 13. Second Isaiah -- 14. Exilic and post-exilic prophecy -- 15. Haggai and the first Zechariah -- 16. Between Zechariah and Ezra -- 17. Other postexilic prophets -- 18. Daniel -- 19. Psalms -- 20. Proverbs -- 21. Ecclesiastes -- 22. Job -- 23. Lamentations -- 24. Song of Songs -- 25. Introduction to the narrative books -- 26. The Pentateuch -- 27. Genesis -- 28. Exodus -- 29. Leviticus -- 30. Numbers -- 31. Deuteronomy -- 32. The significance of the Pentateuch -- 33. The Deuteronomic histories -- 34. Joshua -- 35. Judges -- 36. Samuel and Kings -- 37. First and Second Chronicles -- 38. Ezra and Nehemiah -- 39. Ruth -- 40. Jonah -- 41. Esther -- Archaeology and the Tanak -- The sacred calendar and the priesthood -- The Tanak in Judaism -- The Tanak in Christianity.
Genre Introductions.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3516377
(OCoLC)ocm03516377
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WorldCat Identities Sandmel, Samuel.
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