This work provides an understanding of how the bible came to be written. It covers the historical significance of the books of the bible (the Old Testament, principally Genesis and Exodus) and gives an account of how they were produced, where the writers found their information, the identity of some of the writers, and who later actually did some editing, and how much is original and how much not. The author sets out a time frame of when and how this collection of books was eventually put together, from around 4000 years ...

The Hebrew Bible 2000, Paul Norbury Global Books Ltd. (UK)

ISBN-13: 9781860340680

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