Numbers, an introduction and commentary

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Downers' Grove, Ill., 1981 - Religion - 240 pages
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In ancient times numbers were seen as mysterious and symbolic. Today they are associated with computers and depersonalization. To bridge this gulf, Gordon Wenham explains the background of Numbers, discussing its structure, sources, date, authorship, theology and Christian use. Includes a passage-by-passage analysis of Old Testament ritual.

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User Review  - RICHARD HOLT - Christianbook.com

Wenham is a respected Evangelical Old Testament scholar. He writes well. If anyone is seeking a brief, reliable, and accessible guide to Numbers, this is it. This commentary is brief. It does not ... Read full review

Contents

CHIEF ABBREVIATIONS
11
ANALYSIS
54
ADDITIONAL NOTES
60
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About the author (1981)

Gordon J. Wenham (Ph.D., University of Cambridge) is professor of Old Testament studies at the University of Gloucestershire. He is the author or editor of ten books, including major commentaries on Leviticus (NICOT) and Genesis (2 volumes, Word Biblical Commentary). He is coeditor of the Apollos Old Testament Commentary series.

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