Comentario del contexto cultural de la Biblia: Antiguo Testamento

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Editorial Mundo Hispano, 2004 - Bible - 951 pages
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This commentary on the historical and cultural background of every passage in the Old Testament has the same characteristics of the IVP Press Bible Background Commentary NT. An abundance of information is offered, in an easily understood language."
 

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Contexto cultural de la biblia. Importante documento dotado de datos culturales significativos para entender la indiosincracia Israelita dentro del contexto biblico.

Contents

ABREVIATURAS
5
ÉXODO
73
LEVÍTICO
121
NÚMEROS
149
DEUTERONOMIO
180
INTRODUCCIÓN
223
JUECES
260
RUT
301
PROVERBIOS
626
ECLESIASTÉS
638
CANTARES
645
INTRODUCCIÓN
651
JEREMÍAS
724
LAMENTACIONES
776
DANIEL
828
OSEAS
855

SAMUEL
354
REYES
392
REYES
427
CRÓNICAS
459
ESDRAS
513
NEHEMÍAS
527
ESTER
540
JOB
553
SALMOS
572
JOEL
866
ABDÍAS
884
MIQUEAS
890
NAHÚM
898
SOFONÍAS
907
MALAQUÍAS
926
CUADROS Y MAPAS
935
ÍNDICE TEMÁTICO
948
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About the author (2004)

STUART WALTON is a cultural historian, journalist, and the author of numerous books on the subject of wine and liquors.

John H. Walton (PhD, Hebrew Union College) is professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College and Graduate School. Previously he was professor of Old Testament at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago for twenty years. Some of Walton's books include The Lost World of Scripture, The Lost World of Genesis 1, Ancient Near Eastern Thought and the Old Testament, The Essential Bible Companion, Genesis (NIV Application Commentary) and The IVP Bible Background Commentary (with Victor Matthews and Mark Chavalas). Walton's ministry experience includes church classes for all age groups, high school Bible studies and adult Sunday school classes, as well as serving as a teacher for "The Bible in 90 Days." He currently teaches a class on Christian doctrine to sixth graders at Glen Ellyn Bible Church. John and his wife, Kim, live in Wheaton, Illinois, and have three adult children.

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