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eBook Eschatology in the Old Testament ePub

by Donald E. Gowan

  • ISBN: 0567094537
  • Category: Bible Study and Reference
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Donald E. Gowan
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury T & T Clark (May 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 150
  • ePub book: 1572 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1582 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
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Eschatology in the Old T. .has been added to your Cart. Donald E Gowan is Emeritus Robert Cleveland Holland Professor of Old Testament, Pittsburg Theological Seminary.

Eschatology in the Old T.

This is a modern, comprehensive introduction to eschatology in the Old Testament, and includes a new introduction. About the author (1998). Bibliographic information. Eschatology in the Old Testament.

Gowan helpfully identifies the big categories of Old Testament eschatology: The transformation of human society, the human person, and nature. He also rightly sees Jerusalem at the center of Old Testament eschatology. His development of these themes was, in my estimation, disappointing.

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Using a canonical approach, in which he explores the Old Testament as a whole - rather than the teachings of individual Old Testament authors - Professor Gowan traces the hopes of the people of Israel for a better future. He concludes that for God to make.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Eschatology in the Old Testament. Using a canonical approach, in which he explores the Old Testament as a whole - rather than the teachings of individual Old Testament authors - Professor Gowan traces the hopes of the people of Israel for a better future. He concludes that for God to make things right, a three-fold transformation of the world must take place: God must transform the human person, human society, and nature itself.

Using a canonical approach, in which he explores the Old Testament as a whole - rather than the . This is a modern, comprehensive introduction to eschatology in the Old Testament, and includes a new introduction

Using a canonical approach, in which he explores the Old Testament as a whole - rather than the teachings of individual Old Testament authors - Professor Gowan. This is a modern, comprehensive introduction to eschatology in the Old Testament, and includes a new introduction. Using a canonical approach in which he explores the Old Testament as a whole rather than the teachings of Individual Old Testament authors, Gowan traces the hopes of the people of Israel for a better future.

Using a canonical approach, in which he explores the Old Testament as a whole - rather than the teachings of individual Old Testament authors - Professor Gowan traces the hopes of the people of Israel for a better future. He concludes that for God to make

Using a canonical approach, in which he explores the Old Testament as a whole - rather than the teachings of individual Old Testament authors - Professor Gowan traces the hopes of the people of Israel for a better future. Pages: 174 Publisher: Continuum Published: 1998 ISBN-10: 0567086550 ISBN-13: 9780567086556. Find at a Library Find at Google Books. About the Author: Donald E Gowan is Emeritus Robert Cleveland Holland Professor of Old Testament, Pittsburg Theological Seminary. a usefully synthetic approach to what can be a diffuse and baffling subject. interesting, thoughtful and readable.

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