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Work and Society (#09 in Bible World Series)

John DraneMargaret EmbryAlan MillardNigel Hepper

Work and Society (#09 in Bible World Series)

John DraneMargaret EmbryAlan MillardNigel Hepper

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A ten-volume encyclopaedia designed to introduce young people to the world of the Bible - the people, the history, the beliefs, the backgrounds - and explains why the Bible continues to inspire people today. This ninth book in the series rediscovers various aspects of work and society in the Bible.

- Publisher Part of a ten-volume encyclopedia, this reference series is designed to introduce young people to the world of the Bible--the people, the history, the beliefs, the backgrounds--and explains why the Bible continues to inspire people today. This ninth book in the series rediscovers varied patterns of work, of government and of worship. It also provides essential background information on the Bible itself, the lands where Bible history took place, daily life and religious beliefs.

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About "Work and Society (#09 in Bible World Series)"

A ten-volume encyclopaedia designed to introduce young people to the world of the Bible - the people, the history, the beliefs, the backgrounds - and explains why the Bible continues to inspire people today. This ninth book in the series rediscovers various aspects of work and society in the Bible.
- Publisher

Part of a ten-volume encyclopedia, this reference series is designed to introduce young people to the world of the Bible--the people, the history, the beliefs, the backgrounds--and explains why the Bible continues to inspire people today. This ninth book in the series rediscovers varied patterns of work, of government and of worship. It also provides essential background information on the Bible itself, the lands where Bible history took place, daily life and religious beliefs.
- Publisher

Meet the Authors

John Drane

John Drane (Ph.D., University of Manchester) taught practical theology in the universities of Stirling and Aberdeen, and is currently a Fellow of St John's College, Durham, and an adjunct professor at Fuller Theological Seminary, California.

He is the author of many books including Introducing the New Testament (Third edition); Introducing the Old Testament; What is the New Age Still Saying to the Church?; The McDonaldisation of the Church; Lion Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Bible; Cultural Change & Biblical Faith and Paul: Libertine or Legalist?
Koorong -Editorial Review.

Alan Millard

ALAN MILLARD is Professor of Hebrew and Ancient Semitic Languages at the University of Liverpool, London.

Table Of Contents

  • Contents 1. 2,000 Years Of Change 2. Life And Worship 3. Priests And Levites 4. Judgement And Justice 5. The Poor And The Sick 6. Kings 7. Government Officials 8. The King's Army 9. On The Defensive 10. The First Synagogues 11. Travel By Land 13. Travel By Water 14. Buying And Selling 15. Money 16. The Potter 17. The Carpenter 18. The Builder 19. The Metalworker 20. The Leatherworker

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