A History of Israel

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Westminster John Knox Press, 2000 - Religion - 533 pages
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Unsurpassed for nearly half a century, and now with a new introduction and appendix by William P. Brown, John Bright's A History of Israel will continue to be a standard for a new generation of students of the Old Testament. This book remains a classic in the literature of theological education.

  

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User Review  - Colin Pearce - Goodreads

As a young eager Theological College student raised in a conservative Christian church I trembled as I read Bright for the first time because he challenged everything I knew about the times and dates ... Read full review

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User Review  - Tyler - Goodreads

Very dry. Very informative. Read full review

Contents

V
23
VI
24
VII
33
VIII
45
IX
47
X
48
XI
56
XII
67
XXXI
253
XXXII
267
XXXIII
269
XXXIV
278
XXXV
288
XXXVI
298
XXXVII
310
XXXVIII
324

XIII
77
XIV
87
XV
105
XVI
107
XVII
108
XVIII
120
XIX
133
XX
144
XXI
148
XXII
162
XXIII
173
XXIV
183
XXV
184
XXVI
195
XXVII
211
XXVIII
229
XXIX
230
XXX
240
XXXIX
331
XL
341
XLI
343
XLII
360
XLIII
373
XLIV
379
XLV
391
XLVI
403
XLVII
405
XLVIII
417
XLIX
428
L
442
LI
458
LII
465
LIII
487
LIV
497
LV
525
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About the author (2000)

John Bright was the Cyrus H. McCormick Professor of Hebrew and the Interpretation of the Old Testament at Union Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School of Christian Education in Richmond, Virginia until his death in 1995. He is the author of The Kingdom of God: The Biblical Concept and Its Meaning for the Church.

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