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The Land that I Will Show You

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Sheffield Academic Press 2001

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The Land that I Will Show You is a collection of 17 articles by colleagues and former students of Professor J. Maxwell Miller, who taught at the Candler School of Theology, Emory University. The papers deal with the history, chronology, geography, archaeology, and epigraphy of ancient Israel and its setting in the Levant, and range from broad methodological discussions of historiography to focused analyses of individual texts or historical issues. A review of Miller’s career and a select bibliography of his publications are also included.

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Key Features

  • Biographical sketch on J. Maxwell Miller
  • Exploration of the reconstruction of the history of the ancient Near East
  • Articles dealing with the historiography encountered in Chronicles and the Deuteronomistic History
  • Comparative study of the historiographies of Qohelet and Nagarjuna of India
  • Examinations of matters related to Israel’s internal and external political and military conflicts

Product Details

  • Title: The Land that I Will Show You
  • Editors: J. Andrew Dearman and M. Patrick Graham
  • Series: Study of the Old Testament Supplement (JSOTSupp)
  • Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 320

About the Editors

J. Andrew Dearman is the academic dean at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Austin, Texas and a visiting professor in the Department of Old Testament at University of Stellenbosch in South Africa.

M. Patrick Graham is Margaret A. Pitts Associate Professor of Theological Bibliography at Candler School of Theology and the director of Pitts Theology Library, Emory University in Atlanta.