Authoritative, thoroughly biblical, factually sound, and movingly human, this popular classic has been updated with information reflecting archaeological discoveries and historical insights, plus the addition of a final chapter on the intertestamental period. Includes in-text charts and line maps, suggestions for further reading, an extensive chronological chart, and color maps and diagrams. 418 pages, hardcover from Zondervan.
Since its first publication in 1970, A Survey of Israels History has established itself as a popular and useful text in Bible colleges and seminaries. This revision by David OBrien, which brings A Survey of Israels History up to date, is certain to add to its value and continue its popularity. A chapter on the Intertestamental Period has been added. Numerous line-maps, charts, and diagrams help to clarity details. An extensive chronological chart provides an overall summary of names and dates. Authoritative, thoroughly biblical, factually sound, and movingly human -- A Survey of Israels History will prove enormously helpful to the student of the Bible, and to anyone in search of a definitive history of the chosen people.
The late Leon Wood was professor of Old Testament Studies and Dean of the Grand Rapids Baptist Seminary.
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