The PBI Old Testament Studies Collection features studies in the Old Testament from the Pontifical Biblical Institute. The six engaging volumes present erudite perspectives on a number of important issues in the Old Testament. These include the OT application of the narratology method of literary criticism, the OT conception of death, Ezekiel’s prophecy on Tyre, the literary elements and genres that constitute the eighth chapter of Daniel, and more.
As an institution of the Holy See, the Pontifical Biblical Institute has been producing some of the most penetrating analyses on the Bible and its peripheral disciplines since 1927. Renowned scholars from around the globe have contributed to their considerable roster of authors. Each book is marked by insight and astute scholarship, always with an eye to serving the church. The Old Testament Studies Collection is no exception to this legacy of quality.
- “Our Fathers Have Told Us”: Introduction to the Analysis of Hebrew Narratives
- Cosmic Battle and Political Conflict: Studies in Verbal Syntax and Contextual Interpretation of Daniel 8
- Primitive Conceptions of Death and the Nether World in the Old Testament
- Genesis and the “Jewish Antiquities” of Flavius Josephus
- Jewish Ossuaries: Reburial and Rebirth
- Ezekiel’s Prophecy on Tyre: A New Approach
- Title: PBI Old Testament Studies Collection
- Publisher: Pontifical Biblical Institute
- Volumes: 6
- Pages: 1,129