Understanding the Bible.
A nonsectarian guide for students undertaking their first systematic study of the Bible, giving information on archaeological data and historical background, and providing material on the date, authorship, and theological content of each book of the Old and New Testaments. Learning features include review questions, and a glossary of major characters, terms, and concepts. This fifth edition includes a new section illustrating methods and goals of modern biblical scholarship, expanded coverage of authorship, and a more detailed survey of ancient history.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - exinanition - LibraryThing
Actually, a very useful book. It is not exhaustive, however, it was not so intended to be. It does give good introductions to the books of the bible and also gives some good insight into scripture. Read full review
Review: Understanding The BibleUser Review - Erika RS - Goodreads
To get details about how the Bible came to be and the various academic debates about its origins and authors, you are going to need a textbook. The textbook I have read and am recommending is Harris's ... Read full review
Understanding the Bible: An Introduction for Skeptics, Seekers, and ...
John A. Buehrens
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