9780195290004

The Oxford Study Bible: Revised English Bible with Apocrypha

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    9780195290004

  • ISBN10:

    0195290003

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 3/12/1992
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Summary

This is the first one-volume resource to introduce readers to the Bible byproviding a complete overview of the world of biblical history and scholarship,plus commentary on the text.

Table of Contents

The Editor's Preface xi(4)
Preface to the Revised English Bible xv(3)
Churches Sponsoring the Revised English Bible xviii(1)
The Books of the Bible and the Apocrypha xix(2)
Alphabetical Listing of the Books of the Bible and the Apocrypha xxi(2)
Abbreviations of the Books of the Bible and the Apocrypha in Alphabetical Order xxiii(2)
Other Abbreviations and Notes xxv(2)
Measures, Weights, and Values xxvii
UNDERSTANDING THE BIBLE AND ITS COMMUNITIES
General Articles
3(30)
Reading the Bible*
3(6)
MARY ANN TOLBERT
Reading This Bible*
9(3)
M. JACK SUGGS
Literary Forms of the Bible*
12(21)
LEANDER E. KECK
GENE M. TUCKER
Communities in Context
33(58)
Historical Contexts of the Biblical Communities*
33(15)
W. LEE HUMPHREYS
The Contributions of Archaeology*
48(9)
CAROL MEYERS
Literature of the Ancient Near East*
57(11)
CHOON-LEONG SEOW
The Social World of the Old Testament*
68(11)
DAVID L. PETERSEN
The Social World of the New Testament*
79(12)
WAYNE A. MEEKS
The Literature of the Biblical Communities
91(50)
Communities and Canon*
91(10)
JAMES A. SANDERS
The Dead Sea Scrolls and Other Jewish Literature*
101(11)
CAROL A. NEWSOM
Early Christian Literature*
112(10)
DENNIS R. MACDONALD
Hebrew Scriptures in Early Post-Biblical Judaism, with Special Reference to the Rabbinic Tradition*
122(7)
ROBERT GOLDENBERG
Biblical Interpretation in the Early Church*
129(12)
ELIZABETH A. CLARK
The Communities' Experiences of God
141
Deity in the Biblical Communities and among Their Neighbors*
141(13)
JOHN H. HAYES
Torah and Covenant*
154(10)
RICHARD ELLIOTT FRIEDMAN
The Phenomenon of Prophecy*
164(8)
JAMES L. MAYS
The Perspective of Wisdom*
172(9)
DIANNE BERGANT
The Apocalyptic Vision*
181(9)
MARTHA HIMMELFARB
Relationship to God: Public and Private Worship*
190
BYRON E. SHAFER
THE BIBLICAL TEXT WITH ANNOTATIONS
The Old Testament
3(1000)
Introduction to the Old Testament
3(4)
The Pentateuch
7(4)
THE BOOKS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT
11(992)
The Apocrypha
1003(258)
Introduction to the Apocrypha
1003(2)
The Place and Significance of the Apocrypha
1005(4)
THE BOOKS OF THE APOCRYPHA
1009(252)
The New Testament
1261(316)
Introduction to the New Testament
1261(2)
The Gospels
1263(4)
THE BOOKS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT
1267(310)
Select Index to People, Places, and Themes in the Bible 1577(20)
Maps following page
1597
Note: The page numbering distinguishes between the two sections of this volume: the articles section (which provides general scholarly information about the Bible and its times as a background for study) and the biblical books with annotations and introductions. The biblical text is numbered uninterruptedly in ordinary Arabic numerals from Genesis to the Revelation of John, including the Apocrypha. The page numbers of the articles are marked with an asterisk (*). Readers will thus be able to determine immediately where they are in the text.

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