A Guide to the Pentateuch

Gordon J. Wenham

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A Guide to the Pentateuch

A Guide to the Pentateuch Up to date reliable balanced and clearly organized Gordon Wenham s introductory textbook makes scholarship on Genesis Exodus Leviticus Deuteronomy and Numbers accessible to contemporary students

  • Title: A Guide to the Pentateuch
  • Author: Gordon J. Wenham
  • ISBN: 9780830825516
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Up to date, reliable, balanced and clearly organized, Gordon Wenham s introductory textbook makes scholarship on Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Deuteronomy and Numbers accessible to contemporary students and readers.

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    1. Randy Mccracken on said:

      The Exploring the Old Testament (as well as Exploring the New Testament) Series, has similar goals to the "Encountering Biblical Study Series," and the "Teach the Text Series." Each of these series focuses on providing the beginning Bible student with an overview of a certain book or certain portion of Scripture. The goal is to introduce the reader to the main teachings and issues involved. The biggest difference with the Exploring the Old Testament Series is that it focuses on larger blocks of [...]

    2. Greg Ronald on said:

      Looking forward to reading this in connection with a Pentateuch course I will be taking in January 2013. It was very helpful in understanding the books of the Pentateuch and the various theories concerning the dating, history, theology and the application of these works in our Christian faith.

    3. Allen Lim on said:

      Having read and enjoyed Wenham's book on Exploring the New Testament, I went into this book with a similar expectation. Unfortunately, this book did not resonate as well with me.Perhaps this is the way it is with an OT commentary (though I should hope I am wrong) Anyway, for now I think this book could work as a primer into the OT (specifically the pentateuch), but I cannot heartily recommend this as I did the earlier NT commentary.

    4. Isaac on said:

      This is a good, basic introduction to the Pentateuch and would be helpful to any thoughtful beginner student for getting their head around it.

    5. Greg Ronald on said:

      Looking forward to reading this in connection with a Pentateuch course I will be taking in January 2013.

    6. Jake on said:

      A very well written and thought-provoking overview of the first five books of the Old Testament. I will definitely be referencing this one again in the future.

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