The Book of Genesis, with Introduction and Notes
Methuen & Co., Edwin S. Gorham 1904
An expansion of the lectures he gave at the School of Theology at Oxford, Samuel Rolles Drivers’ The Book of Genesis, with Introduction and Notes is an engaging exploration of Genesis authored by one of the most noted scholars the Old Testament. Using archeological, historical, linguistic, and scientific data to help elucidate his reading of Genesis, Driver’s absorbing work is an important resource for the study of the first book of Moses.
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- Contribution from a renowned Old Testament scholar
- Includes a chronological table and an index
- Title: The Book of Genesis, with Introduction and Notes
- Author: Samuel Rolles Driver
- Publisher: Methuen & Co.
- Publication Date: 1916
- Pages: 415
About Samuel Rolles Driver
Samuel Rolles Driver (1846–1947) was born in Southampton and educated at New College, Oxford, where he spent the rest of his distinguished career studying and teaching the Old Testament.