The Oxford Handbook of Biblical Studies
J. W. Rogerson, Judith M. Lieu, Professor of New Testament Studies Judith M Lieu
OUP Oxford, Mar 16, 2006 - Religion - 896 pages
Biblical studies is a highly technical and diverse field. This authoritative and state-of-the-art survey of original research will, therefore, be invaluable to scholars and students, who need to command linguistic, historical, literary, and philosophical skills. Forty-five original contributions by leading figures in the discipline review and analyse current thinking and work and give critical examinations of the progress and direction of debates.
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