“Students will appreciate this text!”
This lively, engaging introduction to the Old Testament is critical and theological, lavishly illustrated, and accompanied by a variety of pedagogical aids. It serves as the Old Testament counterpart to Mark Allan Powell’s successful Introducing the New Testament. Introducing the Old Testament presents disputed and controversial issues fairly, neither dictating conclusions nor privileging skepti- cism over faith-based perspectives. The full-color interior is illus- trated with photographs and fine art and includes sidebars, maps, a glossary, and further reading suggestions. Rolf A. Jacobson (PhD, Princeton Theological Seminary) is profes- sor of Old Testament and the Alvin N. Rogness Chair of Scripture, Theology, and Ministry at Luther Seminary. Michael J. Chan (PhD, Emory University) is executive director for faith and learning at Concordia College and hosts the Gospel Beau- tiful podcast.
MARCH 2023 • 9780801049255 • 672 pp. • $54.99c
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“This is a textbook written by top-notch scholars who are also extraordinary teachers. I can’t wait to use this book in my seminary courses!” —CAMERON HOWARD, Luther Seminary “I predict this introduction, unlike so many others presently on the market, will have a very long shelf life, with enduring usefulness in a wide range of classroom settings.” —BRENT A. STRAWN, Duke University “An attractive and accessible textbook that is well-grounded in contemporary scholarship. Students will appreciate this text!” —DAVID N. De JONG, Hope College
“This rich multidimensional study will be the state-of-the-art intro- duction to the Old Testament for some time to come.” —WALTER BRUEGGEMANN, Columbia Theological Seminary (emeritus) “An excellent resource for studying and teaching the Old Testa- ment. Jacobson and Chan provide a wealth of knowledge in this critical, creative, and visually stimulating volume.” —JAIME L. WATERS, Boston College School of Theology and Ministry “Thorough and accessible for students from a wide range of theo- logical backgrounds.” —BO LIM, Seattle Pacific University
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