Handbook of Biblical Criticism

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Handbook of Biblical Criticism

Author: Richard N. Soulen

Publisher: James Clarke & Co.

ISBN: 9780227170373

Page: 234

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A thoroughly revised and comprehensive guide to basic terms and concepts used in Biblical criticism. This title provides everything a student needs for a class in Biblical interpretation. The new edition also includes a diagram of Biblical interpretation, over forty-five new articles, an additional two hundred bibliographic entries to enhance study. It is a reliable guide for modern critical study and a useful reference works for the student of scripture. The coverage of this handbook is extremely broad and accurate for a one-volume work.

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