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Old Testament History: An Overview of Sacred History and Truth
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Old Testament History: An Overview of Sacred History and Truth


College Press 1996

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Old Testament History was written with one intended purpose—to enable every Christian to become a better Bible student. Professor Wilbur Fields has written an insightful and challenging study that illuminates God’s one and only plan evident in the Old Testament—to reconcile a people for himself through the coming Messiah.

Old Testament History was first published in August of 1967. In the ensuing decades Old Testament History has established a reputation for strong exegesis and soul-searching insight. Adopted by Bible Colleges across the United States as the main commentary on the Old Testament narrative, Old Testament History has become a favorite with professors as well as students. Rewritten, expanded, and updated, this edition of Old Testament History stands ready to instruct a new generation.

Product Details

  • Title: Old Testament History: An Overview of Sacred History and Truth
  • Author: Wilbur Fields
  • Publisher: College Press
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 737

About Wilbur Fields

Wilbur Fields attended Phillips University, Enid, Oklahoma. He received his B. Th. from San Jose Bible College, and his M. B. L. from Ozark Christian College. He was ordained into the ministry in 1946 at the First Christian Church, Hugoton, Kansas. In 1965 was asked to serve on the faculty of Ozark Bible College. He served there thirty-seven years in the Old Testament department, teaching Old Testament History and Old Testament Archaeology. He has taken part in thirteen archaeological excavations in Israel including the probable location of Ai. He has done evangelistic work in Barbados, Taiwan, Australia, and Jamaica, and has written numerous books and articles.

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