The Old Testament Story
This comprehensive exploration of the Old Testament is ideal for those who know little or nothing about the Bible. Widely adopted for its clear, lively writing style, interesting illustrations, and exceptional readability, it explores the development of Old Testament literature and provides the geographical and historical background necessary to understand it.
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THE GEOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL SETTING
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Abraham Ahab Ahaz altar Amos ancient Archaeology army Assyrian Baal Babylon Babylonian Balaam battle became Bible biblical blessing Book called Canaanite century b.c.e. Chapter Code Commandments conquest covenant Covenant Code David Dead Sea death described destroyed Deuteronomy Edom Egypt Egyptian Elijah enemies Esau exile Exod Exodus Ezekiel Ezra Fertile Crescent followed Genesis God's Hazor Hebrew Hezekiah hill country History of Israel holy Hosea idols interpretation Isaac Isaiah Israelite Jacob Jehoiakim Jeremiah Jeroboam Jerusalem Jewish Jews Jordan Joshua Judah Judges judgment killed king kingdom land later leaders lived Lord Lord's major Mesopotamia Moab Moses Nehemiah northern Old Testament oracles Palestine patriarchs person pharaoh Philistines plague priest priestly prophet Proverbs psalms reign religion religious River sacrifice Samuel Saul Saul's Servant Shechem Sinai sins Solomon Song story Syria Temple theme things told traditions tribes vision wisdom word worship Zedekiah