Nov 30, 2017 · Other New Testament women, who seem to be homeowners and independent of husbands or fathers, were Martha of Bethany (Luke 10:38), Mary of Jerusalem (Acts 12:12ff), Chloe of Corinth (1 Cor. 1:11), Nympha of Laodicea (Col. 4:15), and the Chosen Lady (2 John 1:1,5). Still others are mentioned as being of independent means.
Old Testament preserves the particular form of the pattern which was current in Israel. The aim of the present lecture is to give a brief outline of the range of treaties that is now available for study, to indicate the more important features of their literary structure and language, to compare a number of Old Testament passages with the Near
The Heart of the Old Testament I have recently begun reading Ronald Youngblood's The Heart of the Old Testament: A Survey of Key Theological Themes , 2nd ed. (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1998). Youngblood identifies and discusses the following nine themes that he beli eves is the heart of the Old Testament.
The aim of the paper was to show that the Old Testament is an essential and enriching source for the development of a Christian concept of spiritual formation. The paper reviewed published ...
After Abraham arrived in Canaan, the Bible tells us that the first place he went to was Sichem (or Shechem). In Shechem he built an altar. The second place he went to was Bethel, and there he also built an altar. Later he left Bethel and went to Egypt.
Many of these articles, from an Anthropological viewpoint, and employing the findings of Archaeology, seek to identify the origins of concepts and motifs found in the Old Testament. Evaluating Internet Research Sources by Robert Harris should be read by everyone, click here .
By: Leen and Kathleen Ritmeyer T his handy volume offers a comprehensive overview of Israel’s sanctuary throughout its history up until the first century. Beginning with the proto-sanctuary in Genesis, it shows how the events that took place on Mount Moriah established this site as a holy place of huge significance for mankind.
The Holy Bible Containing the Old Testament and the New. Cambridge, 1763. First Baskerville edition, one of only 1250 copies, splendidly bound in contemporary full morocco gilt. The copy of Thomas Baskerville Mynors Baskerville, with his large engraved armorial bookplate. $18,000. Read More
World of the Old Testament: Old Testament backgrounds, including a study of the religion, literature, geography, archaeology, and culture of Israel in its ancient Near Eastern environment. Notes: Required of M.A. (Old Testament) students. Grade Mode: A. TTOT 799: Old Testament Capstone