The 5-volume Deuteronomistic History Collection draws on the best contemporary scholarship to illuminate the key issues in the study of Deuteronomistic History. The books in this collection examine the narrative structure, the linguistic traits, the redaction history, and the theology of the books in the Deuteronomistic history. Containing three scholarly monographs, in addition to two comprehensive volumes of essays, this 5-volume collection includes contributions from dozens of scholars on the most important topics in the field.
The Logos Bible Software edition makes these important works more accessible than ever for Hebrew Bible scholarship. Double-clicking on any word—in any language—automatically opens your lexicon and pinpoints a match. All references to the Hebrew Bible appear on mouseover, and are automatically converted to hyperlinks directly to your Hebrew texts and English translations. Logos Bible Software allows you to access your books more easily. You can peruse Richard D. Nelson’s monograph on the double redaction hypothesis on one half of your screen with the Hebrew text and English translation of Scripture available on the other half—and a library of lexicons only a click away. What’s more, the advanced search features of Logos Bible Software allow you to search the entire collection—or your entire library—for every instance a Scripture reference is mentioned, allowing you to focus on the exact text you’re researching. That makes the Logos Bible Software indispensible for scholars of the Hebrew Bible.
- Richard D. Nelson on the double redaction of the Deuteronomistic History
- Analysis of recent scholarly trends
- Discussion of historiography
- All references to the Hebrew Bible linked directly to Hebrew texts and English translations
- Powerful search features pinpoint exactly what you need for scholarly research or sermon preparation
- The Double Redaction of the Deuteronomistic History
- Israel Constructs its History: Deuteronomistic Historiography in Recent Research
- Sex, Honor, and Power in the Deuteronomistic History
- Those Elusive Deuteronomists: ‘Pandeuteronomism’ and Scholarship in the Nineties
- The Tragedy in History: Herodotus and the Deuteronomistic History
- Title: Deuteronomistic History Collection
- Volumes: 5
- Pages: 1,398