Guides to Biblical Scholarship Series (12 vols.)
by 13 authors Overholt, Thomas W., Tucker, Gene M., Habel, Norman C., Hens-Piazza, Gina, Petersen, David L., Richards, Kent, Lance, H. Darrell, Kille, D. Andrew, McCarter, P. Kyle, Jr., Powell, Mark Allan, Via, Dan O., Adam, A. K. M., Elliott, John H.
Fortress Press 1971–2002
This helpful series clearly explains and demonstrates the most significant methods of biblical criticism in both Old and New Testament studies. Some of the most influential works and innovative insights in biblical studies have been based on one or more of these approaches to biblical criticism. Unfortunately, it’s easy to get lost in the technical theories and terminology without the proper orientation. The Guides to Biblical Scholarship series provides that needed orientation. Whether it is New Testament theology and socio-scientific criticism or Old Testament form and literary criticism, this collection offers clear and concise guides to these influential approaches—enabling students of the Bible to engage the scholarly field and arrive at a deeper understanding of Scripture.
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The title Rhetorical Criticism: Context, Method, and the Book of Jonah in this series is available in the Phyllis Trible Collection (3 vols.).
- Overview of major approaches to Old and New Testament studies in one collection
- Clear and succinct guides to and illustrations of various perspectives in biblical studies
- What Is New Testament Theology? by Dan O. Via
- What Is Postmodern Biblical Criticism? by A. K. M. Adam
- What Is Social-Scientific Criticism? by John H. Elliott
- What Is Narrative Criticism? by Mark Allan Powell
- Psychological Biblical Criticism by D. Andrew Kille
- The New Historicism by Gina Hens-Piazza
- Cultural Anthropology and the Old Testament by Thomas W. Overholt
- Interpreting Hebrew Poetry by David L. Petersen and Kent Harold Richards
- Textual Criticism: Recovering the Text of the Hebrew Bible by P. Kyle McCarter Jr.
- The Old Testament and the Archaeologist by H. Darrell Lance
- Form Criticism of the Old Testament by Gene M. Tucker
- Literary Criticism of the Old Testament by Norman C. Habel
- Title: Guides to Biblical Scholarship Series
- Series: Guides to Biblical Scholarship
- Publisher: Fortress Press
- Volumes: 12
- Pages: 1,490