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The purpose of studying the Old Testament is to understand God and his redemptive work more fully. However, this goal is complicated by the fact that it was.
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This book provides a nice introduction to the books of the Old Testament in an accessible way. To begin with, the cover art is attractive. The pictures at the beginning of the chapters, in particular, really bring the book in question to life with a photo of something pertinent to that book. This is a survey tex This book provides a nice introduction to the books of the Old Testament in an accessible way.
A Survey of the Old Testament, Expanded and Redesigned
This is a survey text, so it does not go super in-depth about the individual books of the Bible, but it does provide a nice overview. It addresses things you might expect, such as canonicity, genre, authorship, and the other basic information about the texts.
The authors have no problem admitting something is unknown or they view it as unknown due to the evidence. There is a glossary and an index, which is helpful. A summary and segue to Christological aspects of the New Testament is present as are two appendices, one about the critical methodologies and one regarding the composition of the Pentateuch. The book is divided into parts corresponding with the layout of the Bible, which makes it easy for the reader to follow along.
There is an introduction, a section on the Pentateuch, a section on the historical books, a section on the poetic books, a section on the prophets not subdivided into major and minor as many books do , and an epilogue. In addition, there are some chapters devoted to special issues that pertain to the various parts such as archaeology. Overall, I like this book.
A Survey of the Old Testament - Andrew E. Hill, John H. Walton - Google Книги
I especially like the artwork as it brings sometimes dry material to life. Still, the book has some interesting non-typical ideas; I was particularly enlightened regarding the Book of Jonah with the prophet being a typological figure for Nineveh.
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I think any non-biblical-specialist would find this text helpful. Unfortunately, that was not the case.
I should have lowered my expectations given this was published by Zondervan. Its chapters are short and include helpful summaries of what to expect as main themes through each book of the OT. The prose is non-didactic. In short, the book tries very hard to dumb down the information to make the OT accessible.
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Basically offers simple summaries and information on the writing of, background, purpose and message and major themes of each book in the Protestant Bible no more then 6 or so paragraphs each. Great for those outside the ministry to learn a bit more about everything in the OT. While the supplementary chapters are very interesting covering topics such as the formation of the scriptures and introduction to prophetic literature this book is not an in-depth study whatsoever.
Of course trying to Basically offers simple summaries and information on the writing of, background, purpose and message and major themes of each book in the Protestant Bible no more then 6 or so paragraphs each. Of course trying to cover the entire OT is probably a challenge, but I did expect more information considering it's a "textbook".
I think they have done a good job however of representing differing opinions on a topic. Not just a summary of each Bible book. Book literally weights 5lbs.
Could use a better glossary since they randomly throw in words like "soteriological" and "textual criticism" while easier words like "foreshadowing" are in it. All in all this is not up to textbook quality, but an ok overview if you are just starting to read the OT. Feb 22, L. Bouligny Bouligny rated it really liked it. The title says it all. It is a fine survey of all the books of the Old Testament, with additional subjects discussed, such as what place archaeology has in biblical studies, geography of Israel, and how the OT affects the NT.
Good book--I will keep it as a reference. If you are going to get this, buy that one.
A little dry in some places, but overall, a very good summary of the Old Testament books. The authors do a good job of summarizing the text and the key themes without simply walking through each book. Chapters 3 vols. The Preacher's Outline and Sermon Bible 43 vols. Proverbs John Phillips Commentary Series 27 vols. Products A Survey of the Old Testament.
Overview The purpose of studying the Old Testament is to understand God and his redemptive work more fully. Explores literary, historical, and theological issues Helpful maps, photos, timelines, and charts Perfect for students, professors, leaders in ministry, and laity. It is especially effective for introducing students from traditional church backgrounds to the new world of higher criticism.
A Survey of the Old Testament
Audio Lectures Audiobook [Download]. Add To Cart 0. Survey of the Old Testament Pack. A Survey of the Old Testament Workbook. Hill and Walton's acclaimed guide now features an expanded text and full-color maps, photographs, timelines, and charts. Their survey addresses the Old Testament as a whole and by major sections and individual books, exploring interpretation, geography, archaeology, and history; theological and literary elements; and the formation of the OT canon and its relationship to the New Testament.
Hardcover Number of Pages: Introducing the New Testament: The Essence of the Old Testament: