A Theology of the Old Testament

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University Press of America, 1986 - Religion - 336 pages
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Including sections on cult, revelation, history, nature, wisdom, political and social institutions, and the future of Israel, the author, a prominent biblical scholar, takes a close look at the Old Testament. Recognizing the Old Testament as the sole literary witness to the reality of Yahweh and the experience of Israel, he proposes a theology of and for professing Christians which acknowledges its root in the religion of the prophets, but whose demands are incompatible with Old Testament religion. Originally published by Doubleday in 1974.

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