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Berit olam : studies in Hebrew narrative & poetry

Author: David W Cotter
Publisher: Collegeville, Minn. : Liturgical Press, 1996-
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David W Cotter
ISBN: 0814650449 9780814650448 0814650473 9780814650479 081465049X 9780814650493 0814650457 9780814650455 0814650546 9780814650547 0814650422 9780814650424 0814650910 9780814650912 0814650953 9780814650950 0814650503 9780814650509 0814650619 9780814650615 0814650694 9780814650691 0814650406 9780814650400 9780814650431 0814650430
OCLC Number: 52999500
Description: 12 volumes ; 24 cm
Contents: 1 Kings / Jerome T. Walsh --
1 Samuel / David Joblin --
2 Samuel/ Craig E. Morrison--Ezra & Nehemiah / Gordon F. Davies --
Ruth, Esther / Tod Linafelt and Timothy K. Beal --
2 kings / Robert L. Cohn --
Joshua / L. Daniel Hawk --
Twelve Prophets / Marvin A. Sweeney --
Judges / Tammi J. Schneider --
Psalms / Konrad Schaefer --
Song of Songs / Dianne Bergant --
Genesis / David W. Cotter.
Responsibility: David W. Cotter, ed.
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"A teacher of Aramaic and biblical exegesis at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome, Craig Morrison, O Carm, explores in this work the intriguing character of King David as he draws the reader Read more...

 
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