A Guide Through the Old Testament

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Westminster John Knox Press, Jan 1, 1989 - Religion - 158 pages
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Using a simple workbook-style approach, Celia Sinclair combines commentary, study guides, maps, and charts to direct the reader through the Old Testament. The author has also included the latest scholarship in Old Testament studies. Written with a high school Old Testament survey course in mind, the book is also ideal for independent study. The tear-out study guides may be used as homework or in-class assignments or as a basis for group discussions.

  

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great guide trough high school. i'm sure you will read this. i hope your do. make sure she succeeds and gives me back my attache. i know i missed the accent on the e.

Contents

I
9
II
22
III
34
IV
43
V
50
VI
62
VII
75
VIII
87
IX
98
X
108
XI
122
XII
133
XIII
144
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Jerome F. D. Creach
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About the author (1989)

Celia Brewer Sinclair is a lecturer in Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and adjunct faculty at Queens University. She holds degrees from Duke University and Yale Divinity School and is author of three books: "A Guide Through the Old Testament, A Guide Through the New Testament", and" Genesis. " Sinclair is a writer of curricula for The United Methodist Publishing House and is the author of the "Disciple" Short-Term Bible Study on the Old Testament.

Celia B. Sinclairis a lecturer in religious studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She holds degrees from Duke University and Yale Divinity School and has taught in the field of Bible and Religion since 1978. She is author of three books published by Westminster John Knox Press:A Guide Through the Old Testament,A Guide Through the New Testament, andGenesis.

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