A Student's Guide to the Old Testament

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AuthorHouse, Jul 29, 2005 - Religion - 348 pages

These outlines are a result of my efforts to provide Bible students with a simple skeleton of the books of the Old Testament. Over the years, I have discovered that outlines help students gain a better understanding of not only the various books of the Bible, but also its various subsections, genres, and background materials. These outlines are designed for the use of college and seminary professors, Sunday school teachers, or anyone who is interested in teaching or learning about the Old Testament in a straightforward, orderly manner. I hope both teachers and learners will find these outlines useful. They can easily be developed more fully, re-arranged according to theme, or separated for the study of individual books.

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Joe Early, Jr., is an assistant professor of religion at the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, Kentucky. A native of Kentucky, Early earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Cumberland College, a Master of Divinity degree from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri, and a Doctor of Philosophy degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. He is the author of The Building of a Church: The Centennial History of South Main Baptist Church Houston, Texas; A Texas Baptist History Sourcebook, A Handbook of Texas Baptist Biography, A Texas Baptist Power Struggle: The Hayden Controversy, and several journal articles in the field of church history. He has one book forthcoming entitled Religious Life in Austin’s Colony, 1820-1836.

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