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The IBR bibliographies provide ready assistance by selecting the most important works and providing brief annotations to help the reader make informed choices.

The IBR bibliographies provide ready assistance by selecting the most important works and providing brief annotations to help the reader make informed choices. In The Pentateuch: An Annotated Bibliography, Old Testament scholar Kenton L. Sparks provides expert guidance through more than 600 of the most significant books, articles, and essays on the Pentateuch. His annotations describe the basic argument of the work, and brief section introductions provide necessary orientation. The result is more than just a list of books to read.

In The Pentateuch, Kenton Sparks alerts readers to the most important and helpful tools in the field.

An Annotated Bibliography (Ibr Bibliographies, No. by Kenton L. Sparks. Published November 2002 by Baker Academic.

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