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Shelves: bible-commentary I read the first edition of this book for my undergrad degree and just read the second version in masters studies. Christian canon, theological contributions and relationship with the New Testament. In the approximately twenty years since the first edition, this book has been brought up I read the first edition of this book for my undergrad degree and just read the second version in masters studies.
In the approximately twenty years since the first edition, this book has been brought up to date on the state of scholarship for each OT book and is full of helpful bibliographical info for those who want to pursue particular areas of study further with the most representative works from various perspectives. Based on thorough scholarship, this book is accessible to college level readers and interested lay people. This isn't a page-turner, but that is less the fault of the authors as it is simply the constraints of the genre and purpose of the work.
I didn't always agree with the conclusions of the authors, but I was always informed by their discussion and occasionally edified by it, which is saying something when you consider it is pretty dry reading and coming in large doses.
It gives a detailed description for each book in the OT along with the message, who authored it and when.
Of course many of these OT books have debates over who wrote them and when. I find that info useful and interesting. This is written from a conservative viewpoint. I'm more liberal but it is still a great resource and the authors do a great job of presenting both sides. You can read the discussions on the size of the This was a very good book although I wasn't completely satisfied with it.
You can read the discussions on the size of the Exodus or on the book of Daniel and it's prophecies to help decide how fair they are or not but I think it was very fair. It's not an apologetic smear job. While it is a great resource I have two criticisms of the book.
It assumes you have read the books AND remember all of the stories. It would have been nice to have a "coles notes" section to refresh the memory of the average reader like me not a pastor, have never given a sermon.
The book is already pages so maybe this was left out to keep it shorter and may be an unfair criticism. This may not be a fair criticism either since it's billed an introduction to the Old Testament. But discussions on what stories are real or not Christian Myth such as the parting of the Red Sea, Noah's Ark, etc would have been very interesting. Again, this is a survey book and it's already long but for some things I would have loved to have had more depth.
The authors do a good job of providing a good resource book, largely from a conservative perspective but also being fair and providing arguments from a liberal point of view.
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