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The Theology of the Book of Amos (Old Testament Theology) by John Barton
The Theology of the Book of Genesis (Old Testament Theology) by R. W. L. Moberly
The Theology of the Book of Jeremiah (Old Testament Theology) by Walter Brueggemann

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Recommendations

  1. Theology of the Prophetic Books: The Death and Resurrection of Israel by Donald E. Gowan (1998)
  2. The Priestly Vision of Genesis I by Mark S. Smith (2009)
  3. The Liberating Image: The Imago Dei in Genesis 1 by J. Richard Middleton (2005)
  4. The Bible, Theology, and Faith: A Study of Abraham and Jesus by R. W. L. Moberly (2000)
  5. Among the Prophets (JSOT Supplement) by Philip R. Davies (1993)
  6. Eschatology in the Old Testament by Donald E. Gowan (1986)
  7. Genesis: Procreation and the Politics of Identity (Old Testament Readings) by Mark G. Brett (2000)
  8. Judgment and Promise: An Interpretation of the Book of Jeremiah by J. G. McConville (1993)
  9. Genesis (New Cambridge Bible Commentary) by Bill T. Arnold (2009)
  10. Charlton Heston Presents the Bible-Genesis by Charlton Heston (1997)
  11. The Christ of the Prophets - Abridged Edition by O. Palmer Robertson (2008)
  12. The Struggle To Understand Isaiah As Christian Scripture by Brevard S. Childs (2004)
  13. Genesis (Westminster Bible Companion) by W. Sibley Towner (2001)
  14. Like Fire in the Bones: Listening for the Prophetic Word in Jeremiah by Walter Brueggemann (2006)
  15. A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the Old Testament: The Gospel Promised by Miles V. Van Pelt (2016)

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