What Is This Babbler Trying to Say?: Essays on Biblical Interpretation - eBook
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Title: What Is This Babbler Trying to Say?: Essays on Biblical Interpretation - eBook
By: Michael S. Moore
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Pickwick Publications
Publication Date: 2016
ISBN: 9781498208536
ISBN-13: 9781498208536
Stock No: WW110269EB

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This book is a collection of revised-and-updated essays about the Hebrew Bible written by a North American scholar over a period of several decades. Subdivided into three parts--Torah, Prophecy/Apocalyptic, and Wisdom--these seventeen essays attempt to model for younger scholars and students what the discipline of biblical interpretation can look like, attending carefully to literary, historical, canonical, and comparative intertextual methods of investigation.

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Michael S. Moore (PhD, Drew University) teaches courses about the Hebrew Bible to students at Arizona State University, Fuller Theological Seminary, and the Arizona Research Center for the Ancient Near East (www.arcane-az.com), where he serves as Director. He is the author of The Balaam Traditions: Their Character and Development (Scholars Press, 1990) and WealthWatch: A Study of Socioeconomic Conflict in the Bible (Pickwick, 2011).

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