Long Ago God Spoke: How Christians May Hear the Old Testament Today

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Fortress Press, 1995 - 353 pàgines
How can we get beyond perceived barriers and find in the Old Testament the speech of God for today? What do we do with the battles, the worldview, the wonders and wrath of God? Holladay offers clear guidance for these and a host of other questions and topics in this most useful book which functions as an innovative introduction to the Old Testament and its theology.
 

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The Issues
5
Covenant God and Covenant People
26
The Texture of the Covenant Law
40
Our Fear of God and the Wrath of God
65
Narratives
88
Those Battles
117
Signs and Wonders
136
Lists
157
Apocalyptic
201
Beyond the Covenant Wisdom
231
Female and Male
263
Face to Face with God Worship
298
Afterword Hearing God in the Old Testament
319
Index of Scripture and Other Early Writings
327
Index of Authors and Historical Persons
351
Copyright

The Prophets
171

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Sobre l'autor (1995)

William L. Holladay is Professor of Old Testament at Andover Newton Theological School, Boston.

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