The Old Testament Story
For Introduction to the Old Testament courses. Designed for students with little or no knowledge of the Old Testament, this text provides complete background detail as it follows the story told by the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible. Examines the separate biblical books and illustrates the literary structure of each of the books of the Protestant Christian Old Testament/Hebrew Bible.
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THE GEOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL
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Abraham Absalom Ahab Ahaz altar Amos ancient Archaeology army Assyrian Baal Babylon Babylonian battle became Bible biblical blessing book of Isaiah Book of Judges called Canaanite century B.C.E. Chapters Chronicles Commandments covenant Daniel David Dead Sea Dead Sea Scrolls death described destroyed Deuteronomy Edom Egypt Egyptian Elijah enemies Esau Exile Exodus Ezekiel Ezra followed Genesis God's Hebrew Hezekiah holy Hosea idols interpreters Isaiah Israel Israelite Jacob Jehoiakim Jeremiah Jeroboam Jerusalem Jewish Jews Jordan Joshua Josiah Judah Judges judgment killed king kingdom lament land leaders literary lived Lord Lord's major Micah monarchy Moses narrative nations Nehemiah Old Testament oracles Palestine person Pharaoh Philistines plague poem priest prophet Proverbs Psalms reign religion religious sacrifice Samuel Saul Saul's Scrolls Servant Shechem Sinai sins Solomon Song story tell Temple theme thev things tion told tradition tribes vision wisdom word worship Zedekiah