Introducing the Old Testament
In this up-to-date, student-friendly text, Hubbard and Dearman bring decades of scholarly study and classroom experience to bear as they introduce readers to the context, composition, and message of the Old Testament. Includes maps, illustrations, discussion questions, and suggestions for...
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In this up-to-date, student-friendly text, Hubbard and Dearman bring decades of scholarly study and classroom experience to bear as they introduce readers to the context, composition, and message of the Old Testament. Includes maps, illustrations, discussion questions, and suggestions for further reading.
The newest and best Old Testament intro for college and university students
In this up-to-date, student-friendly text, Robert Hubbard and J. Andrew Dearman bring decades of scholarly study and class-room experience to bear as they introduce readers to the context, composition, and message of the Old Testament.
Each chapter orients readers to the Old Testament book or books under consideration, outlining historical and cultural background, literary features, main characters, and structure. Through-out these discussions-of the Torah, the historical books, the prophets, and the poetry-Hubbard and Dearman also identify and trace key theological themes.
Replete with maps, illustrations, sidebars, discussion questions, and suggestions for further reading, Introducing the Old Testament will equip students to read, wrestle with, and personally engage these ancient sacred texts.
John Andrew (Andy) Dearman (Ph.D., Emory University;Th.D (hon)., Reformed Theological Academy, Debrecen in Hungary ) is director and associate dean for Fuller Texas and professor of Old Testament. Before coming to Fuller, he taught Old Testament at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary for 27 years, serving as its academic dean from 1997 to 2003. A respected archaeological researcher, he has held staff positions on archaeological surveys and excavations in Israel and Jordan.
Dearman has written several books, including Jeremiah and Lamentations (NIV Application Commentary series, 2002); The Land that I Will Show You: Essays on the History and Archaeology of the Near East in Honor of J. Maxwell Miller (editor and contributor, 2001); Religion and Culture in Ancient Israel (1992); Harpers Bible Pronunciation Guide (editor and contributor, 1989) and Hosea (New International Commentary on the Old Testament series)
Additionally, he is a part of two ongoing Bible translation projects, contributing to translation for The Voice (Thomas Nelson) and serving as a translation editor for the Common English Bible (Abingdon).
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Robert L. Hubbard, Jr. (Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School) is Professor of Biblical Literature at North Park Theological Seminary in Chicago, IL. He also taught at Denver Seminary and served as a chaplain on active duty in the United States Navy and in the United States Naval Reserve. Dr. Hubbard is author of The Book of Ruth (New International Commentary on the Old Testament)(Eerdmans, 1988), which received the Christianity Today Critics Choice Award as the best commentary of 1989.
He co-authored Introduction to Biblical Interpretation (Word, 1993), with William Klein and Craig Blomberg, his latest commentaries are The Book of Joshua (NIV Application Commentary) and Esther and Lamentations (New International Commentary on the Old Testament), a series on which he serves as general editor. He is ordained by the Evangelical Free Church of America.
Koorong -Editorial Review.