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The Anchor Yale Bible is a fresh approach to the world’s greatest classic—the Bible. This prestigious commentary series of more than 80 volumes represents the pinnacle of biblical scholarship, drawing from the wisdom and resources of Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish scholars from around the world. A book-by-book translation and exegesis of the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament, and the Apocrypha that includes more than 80 volumes, this vast commentary series makes available all the significant historical and linguistic knowledge which bears on the interpretation of the Bible.

These massive commentaries have set the standard for biblical scholarship for decades—marking the beginning of a new era—by making the Bible accessible to modern readers. The Anchor Yale Bible aims to arrive at the meaning of biblical literature through exact translation and extended exposition, and to reconstruct the ancient setting of the biblical story, as well as the circumstances of its transcription and the characteristics of its transcribers. These commentaries are written with the most exacting standards of scholarship, reflecting the highest technical accomplishment. They are vital for sermon preparation, research, and advanced study of the Bible.

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  • Features up-to-date scholarship in a renowned commentary series
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  • Considers key theological questions of contemporary concern such as violence, social roles, and sexuality
  • Title: Anchor Yale Bible Commentary Upgrade (2 vols.)
  • Series: Anchor Yale Bible Commentary
  • Publisher: Yale University Press
  • Publication Date: 2015, 2016
  • Volumes: 2
  • Pages: 896
  • Resource Type: Commentaries
  • Topic: Joshua, Ruth
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Joshua 1–12: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary

  • Author: Thomas B. Dozeman
  • Series: Anchor Yale Bible Commentary (AYBC)
  • Publisher: Yale University Press
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Pages: 656

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An acknowledged expert on the Hebrew Bible, Thomas Dozeman offers a fresh translation of the Hebrew and Greek texts of the book of Joshua and explores the nature, function, and causes of the religious violence depicted therein. By blending the distinct teachings of Deuteronomy and the Priestly literature, Dozeman provides a unique interpretation of holy war as a form of sacred genocide, arguing that, since peace in the promised land required the elimination of the populations of all existent royal cities, a general purging of the land accompanied the progress of the ark of the covenant. This essential work of religious scholarship demonstrates how the theme of total genocide is reinterpreted as partial conquest when redactors place Joshua, an independent book, between Deuteronomy and Judges. The author traces the evolution of this reinterpretation of the central themes of religious violence while providing a comparison of the two textual versions of Joshua and an insightful analysis of the book’s reception history.

Dozeman’s first instalment of a new commentary on Joshua will not disappoint readers… a fine commentary in a well-established series. It will make a lasting contribution to scholarship on the book of Joshua.

—Paul Foster, Ecclesiology Today

Thomas B. Dozeman is professor of Old Testament at United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio.

Ruth: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary

  • Author: Jeremy Schipper
  • Series: Anchor Yale Bible Commentary (AYBC)
  • Publisher: Yale University Press
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • Pages: 240

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In recent years, students, scholars, and lay readers of the Bible have been increasingly drawn to the book of Ruth. Delving deeply into the complicated nature of its characters' relationships, Jeremy Schipper encourages readers to consider the roles that categories of difference involving gender, disability, household status, ethnicity, and sexual desire play throughout the text. This fresh translation of the deceptively simple book is more literal and less idiosyncratic than its predecessors. Combining the traditional strengths of the Anchor Yale Bible series with the latest research in biblical scholarship, Schipper's much-needed volume will succeed Edward F. Campbell's 1975 edition as the go-to commentary for years to come.

Jeremy Schipper is associate professor of the Hebrew Bible at Temple University. His books include Disability and Isaiah's Suffering Servant.


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