The Literary Structure of the Old Testament

The Literary Structure of the Old Testament

Author: David A. Dorsey

Publisher: Baker Academic

ISBN: IND:30000101092181

Page: 330

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Understanding of the structure of the Old Testament sheds light on its meaning. No one should embark upon the study of an Old Testament text without consulting this indispensable guide.

Understanding of the structure of the Old Testament sheds light on its meaning. No one should embark upon the study of an Old Testament text without consulting this indispensable guide.



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