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Baker Academic Old Testament Bundle (46 vols.)

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The Baker Academic Old Testament Bundle brings together 46 volumes of recent, compelling, and indepth scholarship on a variety of topics related to the Old Testament. This collection explores Christianity’s roots in the Old Testament, examining the character of God, the cultural and historical contexts in which Old Testament books were written, and the formation of the canon. A wide selection of scholars provide commentary on Old Testament books, deep dives into difficult interpretative questions, and thoughtful biblical theology on the text of the Old Testament

Key Features

  • Analysis of archaeological methods
  • In-depth research on Ancient Near Eastern thought and its importance to the study of the Old Testament
  • Insight and application of Mosaic law
  • Studies on women of the Pentateuch

Product Details

  • Title: Baker Academic Old Testament Bundle (46 vols.)
  • Publisher: Baker Academic
  • Volumes: 46
  • Pages: 14,676

The Logos edition of the Baker Academic Old Testament Bundle is fully integrated and networked with your digital library. Scriptures and cross-references are linked and appear on mouse-over, and with Logos’ advanced features, you can perform comprehensive searches by topic or Scripture reference. This makes it possible to find, for example, every mention of “Eve” or “sacrifice” in these volumes as well as gain access to additional information for original language word studies and passage study.

Baker Academic Old Testament Backgrounds (20 vols.)

The Baker Academic Old Testament Studies contains 19 volumes of recent, in-depth Old Testament commentary and research. This collection explores Christianity’s roots, examining the character of God, the cultural and historical contexts in which Old Testament books were written, and the formation of the canon. Authors such as Andrew Sloane and Victor H. Matthews take on the Old Testament’s essential topics—ethics, for example, and the idea of narrative—rounding out the collection’s study of these essential and foundational texts.

  • Africa and the Bible by Edwin Yamauchi
  • Persia and the Bible by Edwin Yamauchi
  • Ancient Egypt and the Old Testament by John D. Currid
  • Doing Archaeology in the Land of the Bible: A Basic Guide by John D. Currid
  • Jeroboam’s Wife: The Enduring Contributions of the Old Testament’s Least-Known Women by Robin Gallaher Branch
  • Ancient Near Eastern Thought and the Old Testament: Introducing the Conceptual World of the Hebrew Bible by John H. Walton
  • Peoples of the Old Testament World, by Alfred J. Hoerth, Gerald L. Mattingly and Edwin Yamauchi
  • Studying the Ancient Israelites: A Guide to Sources and Methods by Victor H. Matthews
  • The Social World of Ancient Israel: 1250–587, BCE by Victor H. Matthews and Don C. Benjamin
  • The Enemy in the Household: Family Violence in Deuteronomy and Beyond by Caryn A. Reeder
  • Flame of Yahweh: Sexuality in the Old Testament by Richard M. Davidson
  • The Face of Old Testament Studies: A Survey of Contemporary Approaches by David W. Baker and Bill T. Arnold
  • Temples, Tithes, and Taxes: The Temple and the Economic Life of Ancient Israel by Marty E. Stevens
  • Hebrew Prophets and Their Social World: An Introduction, 2nd ed., by Victor H. Matthews
  • Israelite Religions: An Archaeological and Biblical Survey by Richard S. Hess
  • Ancient Texts for the Study of the Hebrew Bible: A Guide to the Background Literature by Kenton L. Sparks
  • Kingdom of Priests: A History of Old Testament Israel, 2nd ed. by Eugene H. Merrill
  • An Historical Survey of the Old Testament, 2nd ed. by Eugene H. Merrill
  • Ancient Israel’s History: An Introduction to Issues and Sources edited by Bill T. Arnold and Richard S. Hess
  • The Cultural World of the Bible: An Illustrated Guide to Manners and Customs, Fourth Edition by Victor H. Matthews

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Baker Academic Old Testament Studies (19 vols.)

The Pentateuch, or “five volumes” in Greek, is composed of the first five books of the Bible: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. These books of the Law provided a history and moral instruction for God’s people, paving the way for the rest of Scripture. Knowing the Pentateuch is critically important to reading the rest of the Word, and in the five-volume Baker Academic Pentateuch Studies collection, you’ll find a wealth of recent scholarship and insight to help you gain a fuller understanding of these key books. From in-depth thematic analysis of the books to women’s studies, this collection is sure to bring revelation and depth to your Pentateuch study.

  • Interpreting the Old Testament: A Guide for Exegesis by Craig C. Broyles
  • The Old Testament: Text and Context, 3rd. ed., by Victor H. Matthews and James C. Moyer
  • Old Testament Turning Points: The Narratives That Shaped a Nation by Victor H. Matthews
  • Making Sense of the Old Testament: Three Crucial Questions by Tremper Longman III
  • The Goodly Fellowship of the Prophets: The Achievement of Association in Canon Formation by Christopher R. Seitz
  • Creation Untamed: The Bible, God, and Natural Disasters by Terence E. Fretheim
  • At Home in a Strange Land: Using the Old Testament in Christian Ethics by Andrew Sloane
  • Getting the Old Testament: What It Meant to Them, What It Means for Us by Steven L. Bridge
  • The Literary Structure of the Old Testament: A Commentary on Genesis–Malachi by David A. Dorsey
  • The Old Testament Roots of Our Faith, rev. ed., by Paul J. Achtemeier and Elizabeth Achtemeier
  • Reading the Historical Books by Patricia Dutcher-Walls
  • Christians at the Border, 2nd ed. by M. Daniel Carroll R.
  • Invitation to the Psalms: A Reader’s Guide for Discovery and Engagement by Rolf A. Jacobson and Karl Jacobson
  • Old Testament Commentary Survey, 5th ed. by Tremper Longman III
  • Old Testament Theology: Reading the Hebrew Bible as Christian Scripture by R.W.L. Moberly
  • Old Testament Textual Criticism: A Practical Introduction by Ellis R. Brotzman
  • The Faith of Israel: A Theological Survey of the Old Testament, 2nd ed. by William J. Dumbrell
  • The Heart of the Old Testament: A Survey of Key Theological Themes, 2nd ed. by Ronald Youngblood
  • This Strange and Sacred Scripture: Wrestling with the Old Testament and Its Oddities by Matthew Richard Schlimm

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Baker Academic Pentateuch Studies Collection (5 vols.)

Is Scripture truly divine, truly human, or both? Scholar Peter Enns thinks it’s the latter. This collection analyzes evangelical perspectives on the doctrine of Scripture. In Inspiration and Incarnation, Enns sets out to find if Scripture is unique, trustworthy, and authoritative. Using Scripture and extracanonical sources, as well as modern biblical scholarship, Enns shows how it is important to read Scripture in its historical context. He also shares how New Testament authors may have incorrectly interpreted Scripture according to their Second Temple Period contexts and traditions. The Evolution of Adam takes Enns’ studies on the doctrine of Scripture even further by comparing the Adam in Genesis with the Adam in Paul’s writings. Enns questions if Adam was a historical or mythical figure and analyzes if Christianity and evolution can coexist.

  • From Paradise to the Promised Land: An Introduction to the Pentateuch, 3rd ed., by T. Desmond Alexander
  • A Theological Introduction to the Pentateuch: Interpreting the Torah as Christian Scripture edited by Richard S. Briggs and Joel N. Lohr
  • Mothers of Promise: Women in the Book of Genesis by Tammi J. Schneider
  • Holiness to the Lord: A Guide to the Exposition of the Book of Leviticus by Allen P. Ross
  • Creation and Blessing: A Guide to the Study and Exposition of Genesis by Allen P. Ross

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Peter Enns Collection (2 vols.)

Is Scripture truly divine, truly human, or both? Scholar Peter Enns thinks it’s the latter. This collection analyzes evangelical perspectives on the doctrine of Scripture. In Inspiration and Incarnation, Enns sets out to find if Scripture is unique, trustworthy, and authoritative. Using Scripture and extracanonical sources, as well as modern biblical scholarship, Enns shows how it is important to read Scripture in its historical context. He also shares how New Testament authors may have incorrectly interpreted Scripture according to their Second Temple Period contexts and traditions. The Evolution of Adam takes Enns’ studies on the doctrine of Scripture even further by comparing the Adam in Genesis with the Adam in Paul’s writings. Enns questions if Adam was a historical or mythical figure and analyzes if Christianity and evolution can coexist.

  • Inspiration and Incarnation: Evangelicals and the Problem of the Old Testament, Second Edition
  • The Evolution of Adam: What the Bible Does and Doesn’t Say about Human Origins

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