Interpreting the Pentateuch: An Exegetical Handbook / January 01, 2009
Requires Accordance 10.4 or above.
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In this addition to the Handbooks for Old Testament Exegesis series, Peter T. Vogt continues the tradition of excellence established by previous volumes. Divided into three parts, Interpreting the Pentateuch first provides an overview of the major themes of the Pentateuch. In the second part, Vogt offers resources and strategies for interpreting and understanding the first five books of the Bible by exploring its genres–law and narrative. Finally, Vogt shows that, although the Pentateuch is a collection of ancient texts, it still has contemporary significance. Vogt also includes two samples–one from law and one from narrative–of exegesis, giving students a start-to-finish example of the techniques he has illustrated for effective exegesis.
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