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Series: Guides to Biblical Scholarship: Old Testament Series

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Canon and Community: A Guide to Canonical Criticism by James A. Sanders
Cultural anthropology and the Old Testament by Thomas W. Overholt
Folklore and the Hebrew Bible (Guides to Biblical Scholarship Old Testament Series) by Susan Niditch
Form Criticism of the Old Testament (Guides to Biblical Scholarship Old Testament Series) by Gene M. Tucker
The Historical-Critical Method by Edgar Krentz
Interpreting Hebrew Poetry (Guides to Biblical Scholarship Old Testament Series) by David L. Peterson
Literary Criticism of the Old Testament (Guides to Biblical Scholarship Old Testament Series) by Norman C. Habel
The New Historicism by Gina Hens-Piazza
The Old Testament and the Archaeologist (Guides to Biblical Scholarship Old Testament Series) by H. Darryll Lance
The Old Testament and the Historian (Guide to Biblical Scholarship) by James Maxwell Miller
Rhetorical Criticism (Guides to Biblical Scholarship) by Phyllis Trible
Sociological Approaches to the Old Testament (Guides to Biblical Scholarship Old Testament Series) by Robert R. Wilson
Textual criticism of the Old Testament:: From the Septuagint to Qumran (Guides to Biblical Scholarship : Old Testament Series) by Ralph W. Klein
Textual Criticism: Recovering the Text of the Hebrew Bible by P McCarter
Tradition History and the Old Testament, (Guides to Biblical scholarship. Old Testament series) by Walter E. Rast

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Recommendations

  1. What Is Redaction Criticism? by Norman Perrin (1969)
  2. The Old Testament and Criticism by Mr. Carl E. Armerding (1983)
  3. Introduction to the Old Testament as Scripture by Brevard S. Childs (1979)
  4. The Art of Biblical Poetry by Robert Alter (1985)
  5. A History of Prophecy in Israel by Joseph Blenkinsopp (1983)
  6. The Hebrew Bible: A Socio-Literary Introduction by Norman K. Gottwald (1985)
  7. Reading the Old Testament: Method in Biblical Study by John Barton (1984)
  8. The Hebrew Bible and Its Modern Interpreters by Douglas A. Knight (1985)
  9. To Each Its Own Meaning: An Introduction to Biblical Criticisms and Their Application by Steven L. McKenzie (1993)
  10. The Art of Biblical Narrative by Robert Alter (1981)
  11. Prolegomena to the History of Ancient Israel by Julius Wellhausen (1957)
  12. Einleitung in das Alte Testament by Otto Eissfeldt (1965)
  13. The Old Testament and the Literary Critic (Guides to Biblical scholarship : Old Testament series) by David A. Robertson (1977)
  14. Early Biblical Interpretation (Library of Early Christianity, Vol 3) by James Kugel (1986)
  15. Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible by Emanuel Tov (1992)

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