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Ezra; Nehemiah (1965)

by Jacob M. Myers

Series: Anchor Bible (14)

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The Anchor Bible Commentary is the collaborative effort of Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish scholars from around the world.
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My Revered Teachers
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The Lutheran Theological Seminary
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Dedicated to My Revered Teachers and My Colleagues on The Faculty of The Lutheran Theological Seminary Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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PREFACE
The period and literary deposit of Ezra-Nehemiah pose for the student of the Old Testament some of the most difficult and tantalizing problems connected with biblical history and literature.
The Chronicler's treatment of the Ezra-Nehemiah period can be understood only in light of a survey of as much of exilic and postexilic history as can be gleaned from the available sources. [p. XiX, Introduction]
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The Chronicler's treatment of the Ezra-Nehemiah period can be understood only in light of a survey of as much exilic and post-exilic history as can be gleaned from the available sources.
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1. CYRUS RELEASES THE JEWS
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The edict of Cyrus
I 1 And in the first year of Cyrus the king of Persia -- to fulfill the word of Yahweh from Jeremmiah -- Yahweh aroused the spirit of Cyrus the king of Persia who made the following proclamation throughout all his kingdom and which he also posted officially in writing....
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