The Oxford Bible Commentary (2001 Barton, Muddiman), edited volume

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The Oxford Bible Commentary (2001) is a volume edited by John Barton and John Muddiman.

Abstract

Editions and translations

Published in Oxford [England], and New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2001.

Contents

General Introduction

Introduction to the Old Testament -- Introduction to the Pentateuch -- Genesis -- Exodus -- Leviticus -- Numbers -- Deuteronomy -- Joshua -- Judges -- Ruth -- 1 & 2 Samuel -- 1 & 2 Kings -- 1 & 2 Chronicles -- Ezra -- Nehemiah -- Esther -- Job -- Psalms -- Proverbs -- Ecclesiastes -- Song of Solomon -- Isaiah -- Jeremiah -- Lamentations -- Ezekiel -- Daniel -- Hosea -- Joel -- Amos -- Obadiah -- Jonah -- Micah -- Nahum -- Habakkuk -- Zephaniah -- Haggai -- Zechariah -- Malachi

Introduction to the Apocrypha -- Tobit -- Judith -- Esther (Greek) -- The Wisdom of Solomon -- Ecclesiasticus, or The wisdom of Jesus son of Sirach -- Baruch with the Letter of Jeremiah -- Additions to Daniel: the prayer of Azariah, the song of the three Jews, Susanna, Bel and the dragon -- 1 Maccabees -- 2 Maccabees -- 1 Esdras -- Prayer of Manasseh -- Psalm 151 -- 3 Maccabees -- 2 Esdras -- 4 Maccabees -- Essay with commentary on post-biblical Jewish literature

Introduction to the New Testament -- Matthew -- Mark -- Luke -- John -- The four gospels in synopsis -- Acts -- Introduction to the Pauline corpus -- Romans -- 1 Corinthians -- 2 Corinthians -- Galatians -- Ephesians -- Philippians -- Colossians -- 1 Thessalonians -- 2 Thessalonians -- The pastoral epistles : 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus -- Philemon -- Hebrews -- James -- 1 Peter -- 2 Peter -- 1 John, 2 John, and 3 John -- Jude -- Revelation -- Extra-canonical early Christian literature

Bibliographical guide to biblical studies.

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