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by Cheryl Anne Brown,Michael S. Moore,J. Gordon Harris

eBook Joshua, Judges, Ruth (New International Biblical Commentary. Old Testament Series, 5) download ISBN: 1565632141
Author: Cheryl Anne Brown,Michael S. Moore,J. Gordon Harris
Publisher: Hendrickson Pub (September 1, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 398
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Series: Understanding the Bible Old Testament Categories: Joshua Judges Ruth.

Series: Understanding the Bible Old Testament Categories: Joshua Judges Ruth. Pages: 416 Publisher: Hendrickson Publishers Published: 2000 ISBN-10: 1565632141 ISBN-13: 9781565632141.

Gordon Harris (Author), Cheryl A. Brown (Author), Michael S. Moore (Author) & 0 more. Cheryl A. Brown is director of Biblical Studies and lecturer in Old Testament at the International Baptist Theological Seminary

Gordon Harris (Author), Cheryl A. Brown is director of Biblical Studies and lecturer in Old Testament at the International Baptist Theological Seminary. Michael S. Moore was assistant professor of Old Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary in Arizona. J. Gordon Harris is professor of Old Testament and director of Doctoral Studies at North American Baptist Seminary. He is also a chaplain in the Army Reserves and National Guard.

By (author) J Gordon Harris, By (author) Cheryl A Brown, By (author) Michael S Moore. Moore is assistant professor of Old Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary in Arizona and is a preaching minister at the Tatum Boulevard Church of Christ in Phoenix. 5 33% (2). 4 17% (1). 3 50% (3).

The three books are tied together also by a common historical context. Joshua, Judges, and Ruth all reflect the setting of the tribal settlement of Canaan.

Ruth is not included in the books in the Former Prophets, but is in the third division of the Hebrew canon, Writings, between Song of Songs and Lamentations. The three books are tied together also by a common historical context.

Ref BS W67 . & BS B Harris, J. Gordon; Brown, Cheryl . and Moore, Michael S Joshua, Judges, Ruth.

BS B78 Hamilton, Victor P. 1990, The Book of Genesis. Ref BS W67 . Ref BS N41 Hess, Richard S Joshua. BS H Howard, David M. Jr Joshua.

The contributors tackle the task of interpretation using the full range of critical methodologies and practices, yet they do so as people of faith who hold the text in the highest regard

Joshua, Judges, Ruth - J. Gordon Harris, Cheryl A. Brown, Michael S. Moore (1995/2012).

Joshua, Judges, Ruth - J. 1 & 2 Samuel - Mary J. Evans (1995/2012). 1 & 2 Kings - Iain W. Provan (1995/2012).

Gordon Harris is professor of Old Testament and director of Doctoral Studies at North American Baptist Seminary. Brown is an ordained American Baptist minister and is currently involved in theological education in Eastern Europe and the Middle East with the European Baptist Federation.

Joshua, Judges, Ruth. by J. Gordon Harris and Cheryl A. Brown.

The authors of this commentary take a canonical-historical approach to the books of Joshua, Judges, and Ruth, three books that are diverse, yet share the common historical context of the tribal settlement of Canaan. They examine Joshua, Judges, and Ruth as narratives with dynamic theological messages about the dynamic relationship between GodÂ’s people and the powerful God who gives land and provides deliverers for the people.

"The three commentaries in this volume will be of great help to laypeople, busy students, and pastors looking for simple, clear expositions of Joshua, Judges, and Ruth. They offer many valuable insights into individual passages as well as the overall messages of these books. The authors are informed biblical scholars who do not clutter their work with technical discussions only distantly related to the text's meaning. Their goal—of clarifying the original meaning of these important (yet often-neglected) books for today's readers-is admirably accomplished."—David M Howard Jr., professor of Old Testament, Bethel Theological Seminary

Comments: (2)
Malodred
Our Sunday School quarter is on these three books of the bible and this is helping me tremendously as I study the lessons each week. Lots of extra information.
Cashoutmaster
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