Old Testament Introduction Hardback
Text, Interpretation, Structure, Themes
by Robin Routledge;
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Made to be a first entry into Old Testament Theology, Robin Routledge's introduction is designed for both life and study.
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Old Testament Introduction
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However, the writings are set within a different historical era, a different culture, and a different religious context. Hence, in order to understand the Old Testament in a meaningful way, it must be read against its historical, cultural and theological background.
Robin Routledge provides readers with the relevant information to enable them to engage with the Old Testament text, and apply it today. He includes discussion of key scholarly approaches, and more specific introductions to the canonical sections and individual books.
Routledge's hope as a Christian minister is that while this volume has grown out of a teaching context, and is intended for students, it will also be of benefit to others who want to take the Old Testament seriously, and to apply its message to the life and ministry of the Church today.
Old Testament Introduction by Robin Routledge was published by Apollos in July 2016 and is our 50327th best seller. The ISBN for Old Testament Introduction is 9781783594290.
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1. The Significance of the Old Testament
2. What is the Old Testament? Canon and text
3. The Old Testament in its context
4. What kind of text?
5. Interpreting the Old Testament
6. The Pentateuch
7. The Former Prophets
8. The Latter Prophets
9. The Writings
Details for Old Testament Introduction
|Page last updated||19th January 2017|
|Author / Artist||Robin Routledge|
|Publisher||Apollos (July 2016)|
|Number of Pages||448|