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An Introduction to Ancient Mesopotamian Religion

Tammi Joy Schneider - History - 2011 - 146 pages
In An Introduction to Mesopotamian Religion Tammi J. Schneider offers readers a basic guide to the religion of the peoples living in the region of the Tigris and Euphrates ...
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Sarah: Mother of Nations

Tammi J. Schneider - Religion - 2004 - 146 pages
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Women who Wrestled with God: Biblical Stories of Israel's Beginnings

Irmtraud Fischer - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2005 - 149 pages
Israel's story as a people of God is a tale of women, men, and their children. Moving past a patriarchal reading of the Bible, Fischer presents a new interpretation of ...
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Genesis: a practical commentary

Claus Westermann - Religion - 1987 - 338 pages
Analyzes the Book of Genesis, discusses its historical, literary, and cultural background, and looks at the Scripture's major themes
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Abraham and All the Families of the Earth: A Commentary on the Book of ...

J. Gerald Janzen - Religion - 1993 - 215 pages
Janzen stresses the theological themes permeating Genesis 12-50 as calling for theological reflection and religious response, and shows how the story of Israel's ancestors has ...
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The Daily Bible

Religion - 1999 - 1728 pages
Featuring the NIV text in a chronological/historical arrangement Lets readers experience history while daily commentary helps them understand God's love and provision 6 x 8 1/2
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Genesis 12-50

Religion - 1979 - 322 pages
Chapters 12-50 of the book of Genesis may be considered as enshrining the patriarchal traditions of the Jewish people. Besides the elements of poetry and legend embodied in ...
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Joan E. Cook - Religion - 2011 - 160 pages
Given the growing interest in family genealogies, in this commentary Joan Cook leads us to appreciate and delight in our ancient and awesome spiritual heritage as well. We ...
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