The Bible

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CUP Archive, Aug 30, 1991 - Literary Criticism - 141 pages
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This study focuses on the Bible as a landmark of literature, showing both how it has influenced writers through the ages and how it in turn has been influenced by contemporary literature. It describes what is known about the historical context of the documents, the changes of interpretation they have undergone over the centuries, and the problems and influence of various translations, ranging from Tyndale to the Good News Bible.
 

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Contents

The contents of the Bible
18
Leading themes of the Bible
43
Interpretation of the Bible
80
The Bible and literature
109
Guide to further reading
139
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