A Survey of Old Testament Introduction

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Moody Publishers, Aug 1, 1996 - Religion - 608 pages
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In this revised volume, Gleason Archer approaches the study of the Old Testament from both the general and the specific point of view. Dealing first with issues over which many scholars debate, Archer offers evidence to support the conservative view of: canonicity historicity inspiration textual problems higher criticismThe second section dissects each book of the Old Testament individually, presenting discussions of specific issues related to that particular book. Archer thoroughly covers such issues as: Biblical creationism Noah's ark and the flood Authorship Chronology Alleged language, style, and theme differencesA Survey of Old Testament Introduction is invaluable to students, scholars, and laymen who want to understand the conservative position of Old Testament issues and are not afraid to examine critical views.

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User Review  - Rawna - Goodreads

I THINK THAT IT IS A REALLY GOOD BOOK TO REVIEW AS WELL AS A GOOD STRUCTURES ANALLYSIS THE OLD TESTAMENT. Read full review

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User Review  - Bendick Ong - Goodreads

This is not your ordinary beginners' guide to the Old Testament. It is good meat for those who have the basic knowledge of the books in the OT. Tackles all issues with regard to the individual books ... Read full review

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Gleason L. Archer Jr., PhD, was professor emeritus of Old Testament and Semitic studies at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.

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