This seven-volume series of The Old Testament Library offers powerful commentary, exegesis, and literary insight into some of the most critical writings in the Old Testament. The series covers Judges, I & II Samuel, I & II Kings, Song of Songs, Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Micah. Biblical scholars including A. Graeme Auld, Marvin A. Sweeney, and J. Cheryl Exum bring fresh understanding to these well-known passages, from the often neglected book of Micah to the sweeping historical narrative of Kings. Deepen your appreciation for the poetry in Jeremiah and the Song of Songs. Be inspired by the theology of Isaiah. Get to know David as he appears in Samuel. With over 3,000 pages of rich scholarship, The Old Testament Library Series (OTL) is worthy of a prominent place in any modern biblical scholar’s library.
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Interested in more? Check out the New Testament Library series (15 vols.).
- Observations by some of today’s leading biblical scholars
- Fresh insights into well-known Old Testament books
- Relevant commentary, exegesis, and literary criticism for today’s Christian
Praise for the Print Edition
This series provides an extraordinary service to biblical scholarship.
—Reviews in Religion & Theology
Belongs on the shelves of students, clergy, and professional scholars as well as the serious layperson.
—Journal of Biblical Theology
- Title: The Old Testament Library
- Series: The Old Testament Library Series (OTL)
- Publisher: Westminster John Knox
- Volumes: 7
- Pages: 3,143