The Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library is the third major component of the Anchor Yale Bible group, which also includes the Anchor Yale Bible and the Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary. The Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library is packed with supplemental biblical studies and cutting-edge research built on the most recent Bible scholarship. As with the Anchor Yale Bible and the Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary, the Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library aims to utilize a scholarly approach with a fair-minded and balanced perspective. The authors employ scientific methods with the desire to inform and enlighten the reader. Contributors are chosen on the basis of their scholarly skills and achievements, and they come from a variety of religious backgrounds and communities. The books in the Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library are intended for the broadest possible readership, ranging from world-class scholars, whose qualifications match those of the authors, to general readers who may not have special training in studying the specific disciplines but are as enthusiastic as any dedicated professional in expanding their knowledge of the Bible and its world.
The Anchor Yale Bible Reference Upgrade offers four recent additions to the series, exploring the Pentateuch, ancient Palestine, martyrdom, and the Jewish canon. Drawing from classic and contemporary biblical studies, these volumes offer groundbreaking scholarship.
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- Presents recent scholarship on the Pentateuch, ancient Palestine, martyrdom, and the Jewish canon
- Draws from classic and contemporary studies
- Utilizes a scholarly approach, balanced perspective, and scientific methods
- The Composition of the Pentateuch: Renewing the Documentary Hypothesis by Joel S. Baden
- Alexander to Constantine: Archaeology of the Land of the Bible, Volume III by Eric Meyers and Mark A. Chancey
- Ancient Christian Martyrdom: Diverse Practices, Theologies, and Traditions by Candida R. Moss
- The Formation of the Jewish Canon by Timothy H. Lim
- Title: Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library Upgrade
- Publisher: Yale University Press
- Volumes: 4
- Pages: 1,368