The Hebrew Scriptures: An Introduction to Their Literature and Religious Ideas by Samuel Sandmel

The Hebrew Scriptures: An Introduction to Their Literature and Religious Ideas

bySamuel Sandmel

Hardcover | April 1, 1978

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Written for students with no prior knowledge of the Bible and no knowledge of Hebrew, this text provides the ideal introduction both to the contents of Scripture and to its magnificent religious and literary stature.

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Samuel Sandmel is at Hebrew Union College.
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Title:The Hebrew Scriptures: An Introduction to Their Literature and Religious IdeasFormat:HardcoverDimensions:592 pages, 5.98 × 9.02 × 1.14 inPublished:April 1, 1978Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0195023692

ISBN - 13:9780195023695

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Biblical scholarship becomes a fascinating subject for the general reader as well as for the serious student in this study of the literature of the Hebrew Scriptures. The author approaches the books of the Bible as a library of works that are narrative, prophetic, and historical as well as theological. The result is a work of impressive range and high interest for virtually every class of reader.

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"Superb in its critical analysis...and its full emphasis upon the deep religious insights that give a common core to many of the beliefs of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. [Sandmel's] paraphrases of many of the significant passages are excellent."--Lee A. Belford, New York University