Series: Das Alte Testament Deutsch
|Das alte Testament deutsch by Weiser Artur — not in English Common Knowledge|
|Der Prophet Hesekiel Kapitel 1 - 18 by Walther Eichrodt — not in English Common Knowledge||Band 22,1|
|Sprüche, Prediger by Helmer Ringgren — not in English Common Knowledge||Band 16,1|
|Die Bücher der Könige by Ernst Würthwein — not in English Common Knowledge||Band 11,2|
|Exodus: A Commentary (the Old testament Library) by Martin Noth||5|
|Leviticus: A Commentary (Old Testament Library) by Erhard S. Gerstenberger||6|
|Numbers: a commentary (The Old Testament library) by Martin Noth — not in English Common Knowledge||Band 7|
|Das f©ơnfte Buch Mose Deuteronomium by Gerhard von Rad — not in English Common Knowledge||Band 8|
|Die Bücher Josua, Richter, Ruth by Hans Wilhelm Hertzberg||9|
|Das Alte Testament Deutsch (ATD), Tlbd.11/1, Die Bücher der Könige by Ernst Würthwein||11.1|
|Die Bücher der Könige : 1. Kön. 17 - 2. Kön. 25 by Ernst Würthwein||11.2|
|Das Buch Hiob by Artur Weiser||13|
|Psalm 1-60 by Artur Weiser — not in English Common Knowledge||Band 14|
|Das Alte Testament Deutsch (ATD), Tlbd.15, Die Psalmen by Artur Weiser||15|
|Das Alte Testament Deutsch : neues Göttinger Bibelwerk 14/15 Die Psalmen by Artur Weiser||14-15|
|Die Psalmen 2. Teil: Psalm 61-150 by Artur Weiser — not in English Common Knowledge||Band 15|
|Sprüche, Prediger, Das Hohe Lied, Klagelieder, Das Buch Esther by Helmer Ringgren||16|
|Der Prophet Jesaja Kapitel 13 - 39 by Otto Kaiser — not in English Common Knowledge||Band 18|
|Das Alte Testament Deutsch (ATD), Tlbd.20, Das Buch Jeremia by Artur Weiser||20|
|Das Buch des Propheten Jeremia Kapitel 1-25,13 [vielm. 25,14] by Artur Weiser — not in English Common Knowledge||Band 20|
|Das Alte Testament Deutsch (ATD), Tlbd.21, Das Buch Jeremia by Artur Weiser||21|
|Kapitel 25, 15 - 52, - 34 by Artur Weiser — not in English Common Knowledge||Band 21|
|Daniel: a commentary by Norman W. Porteous||23|
|Das Buch der zwölf kleinen Propheten ; 1. Die Propheten Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadja, Jona, Micha by Artur Weiser||24|
|Das Alte Testament Deutsch (ATD), Tlbd.24/1, Der Prophet Hosea by Jörg Jeremias||24.1|
|The Book of Amos: A Commentary (Old Testament Library) by Jorg Jeremias||24.2|
|Das Buch der zw©œlf Kleinen Propheten 2. Die Propheten Nahum, Habakuk, Zephanja, Haggai, Sacharja, Maleachi by Karl Elliger — not in English Common Knowledge||Band 25|
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Old Testament commentaries by German critical scholars from 1950s to present, published by Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht of Göttingen. Many translated into English for the Old Testament Library (SCM Press of London & Westminster John Knox of Louisville, USA).
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