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A Survey of Key Theological Themes
by Ronald F Youngblood;
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The Heart of the Old Testament: a Survey of Key Theological Themes
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In The Heart of the Old Testament, Youngblood demonstrates the thematic unity of the Bible by tracing the development of nine key concepts through the Old Testament and into the New: monotheism, sovereignty, election, covenant, theocracy, law, sacrifice, faith, and redemption. These concepts constitute the very heart of the Old Testament.
Youngblood writes, "We have attempted in each case to define the concept, describe the cultural setting in which it arose in ancient Israel, delineate the various stages through which God's people passed as they grew in their understanding of it, and discuss briefly its ultimate fulfillment in Jesus Christ. By so doing we earnestly hope that we shall help our readers to see more clearly the fact that the Word of God is essentially one Book."
Ronald Youngblood (Ph.D., Dropsie College) is professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at Bethel Seminary San Diego. He has written and edited numerous works, including commentaries on Genesis, Exodus, 1 and 2 Samuel, and Isaiah.
The Heart of the Old Testament: a Survey of Key Theological Themes by Ronald F Youngblood was published by Baker in September 1998 and is our 47896th best seller. The ISBN for The Heart of the Old Testament: a Survey of Key Theological Themes is 9780801021725.
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|Page last updated||16th April 2016|
|Author / Artist||Ronald F Youngblood|
|Publisher||Baker (September 1998)|
|Number of Pages||122|