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Number of Pages: 704
Publication Date: 2003
|Dimensions: 9.25 X 7.38 (inches)|
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In this groundbreaking and insightful new commentary, one of the world's leading biblical scholars unveils the unity and continuity of the Torah for the modern reader. Richard Elliott Friedman, the bestselling author of Who Wrote the Bible?, integrates the most recent discoveries in biblical archaeology and research with the fruits of years of experience studying and teaching the Bible to illuminate the straightforward meaning of the text -- "to shed new light on the Torah and, more important, to open windows through which it sheds its light on us."
While other commentaries are generally collections of comments by a number of scholars, this is a unified commentary on the Torah by a single scholar, the most unified by a Jewish scholar in centuries. It includes the original Hebrew text, a new translation, and an authoritative, accessibly written interpretation and analysis of each passage that remains focused on the meaning of the Torah as a whole, showing how its separate books are united into one cohesive, all-encompassing sacred literary masterpiece. This landmark work is destined to take its place as a classic in the libraries of lay readers and scholars alike, as we seek to understand the significance of the scriptural texts for our lives today, and for years to come.
Richard Elliott Friedman is professor of Hebrew and Comparative Literature and holds the Katzin Chair at the University of California, San Diego. One of the premier biblical scholars in the country, he received his doctorate at Harvard and was a visiting fellow at Oxford and Cambridge. Author of The Hidden Face of God, The Hidden Book in the Bible, Commentary on the Torah, The Exile and Biblical Narrative, and the bestselling Who Wrote the Bible?, Friedman is also the president of the Biblical Colloquium West. A consultant to universities, journals, encyclopedias, and publishers, he is also the editor of four books on biblical studies and has authored over fifty articles, reviews, and notes in scholarly and popular publications.
TEGID28Age: 35-441 Stars Out Of 5The product did not really have a good commentary.October 7, 2013TEGID28Age: 35-44Quality: 1Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1The commentary was very shallow in the commenting on the chapters.
mikeAge: 35-44Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5June 27, 2011mikeAge: 35-44Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5As a self-study student of the Word (in particular the Pentateuch) I was surprised at how much insight this book contains. It seems at just about every page there is something new or though provoking. Get this book if you want to learn from one of the best scholars. It is well worth the price. No student of the Old Testament, or entire Bible for that matter, should not have this book missing from their library. It is more than just a commentary. It is a work of art.