The 14-volume Old Testament Cultural Practices Collection contains fascinating studies of the society of ancient Israel. Understand the burial practices and the conceptions of death in ancient Israel. Discover the nature of corporate identity and individual responsibility in the Old Testament narrative. Learn about the social structures in ancient Israel, the social conception of sleep, as well as conceptions of race, ethnicity, and identity—all with a view towards more thoughtfully exegeting and interpreting the text. In addition to individually authored monographs, this collection also contains edited volumes, which contain more than forty scholarly articles on a wide variety of issues—including social welfare systems in ancient Israel, ancient iconography, the cultural role of heavenly visions, and much more. This collection contains detailed and fascinating studies on the culture of ancient Israel to augment your research, teaching, and preaching.
With the Logos Bible Software edition, all Scripture references are linked to the original language texts and the Bibles in your library. By employing the advanced search features in Logos, you can find the exact topics or passages you’re looking for. Whether you are encountering the cultural context of the Bible for the first time, or you’re working on advanced archaeological, historical, or textual research, the Logos Bible Software edition is right for you.