Inform your study of the Hebrew Scriptures with translations and commentary of cuneiform inscriptions relating to Old Testament texts, along with commentary on them. Documenting parallels between the cuneiform inscriptions and the biblical text, Eberhard Schrader identifies and explains names, events, and places that correlate with Old Testament references. As primary sources, the inscriptions help historians and biblical scholars reconstruct the larger historical picture of Israel’s world, identifying obscure people groups more precisely, detailing the nation’s geopolitical context, and shining new light on Israel’s cultural life.
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Not a stray article in any magazine or journal, English or Continental, appears to have escaped the unslumbering attention of the author and every scrap of evidence on the subject in hand is cautiously sifted and its significance is duly estimated.
Eberhard Shrader (1836–1908) was a professor of Oriental languages at Friedrich Wilhelm University. He also served as professor of theology at Zurich, Giessen, and Jena. He was a pioneer in the field of Assyriology, and gained an international reputation for his research. A contemporary of the legendary scholar Julius Wellhausen, Shrader approached his studies more conservatively and opposed higher critical theories of the Old Testament. He wrote Studien zur Kritik und Erklärung der Biblischen Urgeschichte, Die Assyrian-Babylonian Keilinschriften , and Die Höllenfahrt der Istar.
O.C. Whitehouse (1849–1916) was a professor of Hebrew at Chesnut College and a professor of biblical exegesis and theology at Huntingdon’s College. He wrote The Century Bible: Deutero-Isaiah: XL–XLVI, Trito-Isaiah: LVI–LXVI, A Primer of Hebrew Antiquities, and The Books of the Old Testament.