From Genesis To Chronicles: Explorations In Old Testament Theology

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Fortress Press, 2005 - Religion - 286 pages
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This volume contains some of the most important and enduring work of Gerhard von Rad, the most influential Old Testament theologian of the twentieth century. The chapters cover a broad range of topics, including the doctrine of creation, memory and tradition in Deuteronomy, historical writing in ancient Israel, cultic language in the Psalms, and the Old Testament worldview.

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K. C. Hanson is the author of more than three dozen books, articles, papers, and reviews on religious themes. Previously an assistant professor of religion at California State University at Long Beach and The Episcopal Theological School at Claremont, Hanson's book credits include Proclamation 6: Pentecost 1. Aids for Interpreting the Lessons of the Church Year; Proclamation 4: Pentecost 3. Aids for Interpreting the Lessons of the Church Year; and Palestine in the Time of Jesus: Social Domains and Social Conflicts. The latter was written with Douglas E. Oakman. Hanson has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biblical Studies from Pacific Christian College. He earned his Master's and Ph.D. in Religion from Claremont Graduate School in 1984. A member of the Catholic Biblical Association, The American Academy of Religion, and the Society of Biblical Literature, Hanson has been an Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies and Theology at Creighton University in Omaha, Neb. since 1994.

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