- Author:Hans Walter Wolff
- Publisher:Augsburg Fortress Publishers (March 1, 1990)
- Pages:272 pages
- Subcategory:Bible Study & Reference
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By Hans Walter Wolff, Gary Stansell. D. hc, professor emeritus of Old Testament, University of Heidelberg, during the extended period of this project. David J. Wartluft prepared the index of biblical references.
Book by Hans Walter Wolff, S. Dean McBride J. Waldemar Janzen. This book offers the best current handling of Pentateuchal traditions as they operated in the past and as they help the church now. Hans Walter Wolff sees Israel's faith tradition as a continuous kerygmatic response to a variety of cultural challenges.
HWW's work here is a very interesting and scholarly work into the work of Haggai.
He was a man whose feet were placed firmly on the ground. HWW's work here is a very interesting and scholarly work into the work of Haggai. I would describe Wolff as coming from a moderate perspective, not wholly conservative, but willing to admit when the voice of Haggai is actually the voice of Haggai in the text.
This series combines scholarly excellence with academic rigor to benefit pastors, students, and scholars of both the Old and New Testament.
Main Author: Wolff, Hans Walter. Country: Россия Subject: Библия. Михей - Комментарии, Bible. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.
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