The Hebrew Bible: A Socio-Literary Introduction (1985 Gottwald), book

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The Hebrew Bible: A Socio-Literary Introduction (1985) is a book by Norman K. Gottwald.

Abstract

Editions

Published in Philadelphia, PA: Fortress, 1985.

Contents

Angles of vision on the Hebrew Bible -- The world of the Hebrew Bible -- The literary history of the Hebrew Bible -- Traditions about the fathers and mothers of Israel -- Traditions about Moses: exodus, covenant and lawgiving -- Traditions about intertribal Israel's rise to power in Canaan -- Traditions about the United Kingdom -- Traditions about the northern kingdom -- Traditions about the southern kindgom -- Sociohistoric horizons of colonial Israel -- Traditions of colonial Israel: completing the law and the prophets -- Traditions of colonial Israel: the writings

External links

  • [ Google Books]