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Israel's prophetic tradition : essays in honour of Peter R. Ackroyd

by Richard Coggins (Editor), Peter Runham Ackroyd (Honoree), Michael Knibb (Editor), Anthony Phillips (Editor)

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This successful volume of essays by distinguished scholars not only makes a contribution to the study of Old Testament prophets but also summarizes scholarship in a way particularly appropriate to students, giving access to material available otherwise only in other languages or in journals difficult to obtain.… (more)
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Ackroyd, Peter RunhamHonoreemain authorall editionsconfirmed
Knibb, MichaelEditormain authorall editionsconfirmed
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