Offering a striking departure from traditional research treatments of the OT, renowned scholar Gerstenberger discusses in detail the various theological voices rooted in the social settings of ancient Israel---the family and clan, village, tribal alliances, and kingdom. He also provides surprising insights into Israel's views on polytheism, syncretism, and monotheism. 358 pages, hardcover from Fortress.
Gerstenberger discusses the various theological voices rooted in different social settings within Israel, and concludes with his reflections on how contemporary theology must be contextual to be authentic.
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