Introduction to Biblical Literature

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Boynton/Cook Publishers, 1988 - Education - 279 pages
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This text contains a generous portion of the King James Version of the Old Testament in an exceptionally readable format--that of the highly praised Dartmouth Bible. Organized to give students a comprehensive introduction to the Bible as one of the glories of English literature, its purpose is to help return the Bible to a central place in our continuing education in literature and language.

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User Review  - Bella Gribov - Goodreads

Athough hard to understand at times, I enjoyed reading the bible and all the stories I've heard throughout my life. I did, however, never hear most of the Christian stories before, and found it harder to understand them compared to the Jewish stories I already knew. Read full review

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User Review  - Nick Fabrizio - Goodreads

I did not enjoy this book at all. It was extremely hard to follow and it's complex and interesting stories were lost on me :(. Read full review


The New Testament 243
Myth and Genesis
Legendary Heroes of Genesis

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Joyce M. Davis is currently the foreign desk editor for "Knight Ridder "newspapers. She lives in Washington, DC.

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