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An Introduction to Ancient Israel and the Hebrew Bible

A Diachronic Approach

; Kent V. Bramlett

An Introduction to Ancient Israel and the Hebrew Bible: A Diachronic Approach pairs biblical material with primary source texts from the Middle Bronze Age to the Hellenistic Period. It places emphasis on archaeological and historical data that help to illuminate the Hebrew Bible in its ancient Near Eastern context. Les mer
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An Introduction to Ancient Israel and the Hebrew Bible: A Diachronic Approach pairs biblical material with primary source texts from the Middle Bronze Age to the Hellenistic Period. It places emphasis on archaeological and historical data that help to illuminate the Hebrew Bible in its ancient Near Eastern context.

The opening chapter focuses on the Middle Bronze Age, including information on societal development, innovations, material culture, Abraham and the Amorite Migration, Joseph in Egypt, Genesis, and more. Characteristics of the Late Bronze Age, the Exodus Narrative, Leviticus, and Numbers are addressed in Chapter 2. The Iron Age is covered in Chapters 3 and 4, speaking to the emergence of Israel, Deuteronomy, the archaeology of the period, Samuel and Kings, Excursus, and latter Prophets. The final chapter addresses the end of the kingdom of Judah, the rise of the Medes and Persians, Psalms, the Book of Ruth, Proverbs, Job, wisdom literature, and more.

An Introduction to Ancient Israel and the Hebrew Bible is an ideal text for introductory courses in the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament.

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Brooke L. Deal, Ph.D. is a professor of religious studies, the TW Philips Chair of Religious Studies, co-director of interdisciplinary studies, and co-chair of the Department of Humanities at Bethany College. She holds a Ph.D. in biblical interpretation and M.T.S. from Brite Divinity School.

Kent V. Bramlett, Ph.D. is an associate professor of archaeology and the history of antiquity curator and associate director for the Center for New Eastern Archaeology at La Sierra University. He holds a Ph.D. and master's degree in Near Eastern archaeology, as well as a master's degree in biblical and cognate language from Andrews University.