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Reading the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) does not have to be a boring experience in befuddlement. A New Look at the Old Testament is new for two reasons: it will give you a new love for these old texts and it will suggest new ways of understanding them. Topics include: (1) An introduction to the joys of reading the Hebrew Bible, (2) Creation, (3) the scandalous promises to the patriarchs, (4) the intricacies of the sacrificial system, (5) the wonders of the Tabernacle/Temple, (6) the virtue of the commandments, (7) God in history, (8) the questions of Job, (9) the music of Psalms, (10) doubt and faith in wisdom writing, (11) the four kinds of prophetic writing, (12) prophetic instruction, (13) prophetic promise, (14) Messiah.
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Derek Leman is a rabbi, writer, and father of eight who resides in Atlanta. He teaches the Bible regularly both in his own congregation and on an active speaking circuit. As a Messianic Jewish rabbi, he has an appreciation both for Jewish and Christian tradition and brings them all to bear on his writing and thinking. Derek's other writings include The World to Come, Feast, Jesus Didn't Have Blue Eyes, Paul Didn't Eat Pork, and Proverbial Wisdom and Common Sense.
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Book Description Mt Olive Press, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0974781436
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