Did Moses Speak Attic?
Jewish Historiography and and Scripture in the Hellenistic Period
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Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of Pages: 354
Width: 15.6 cm
Height: 23.4 cm
Is the Bible a Hellenistic book? The essays in this volume respond to that challenging question, formulated by Niels Peter Lemche, and offer everything from qualified agreement to vociferous opposition. In so doing, they debate and illuminate the many features of Jewish writing in the Second Temple period, including not only the scriptures themselves and their own history, but the non-canonized literature of the late Second-Temple period. As with all the volumes in this pioneering series, the editor, Lester Grabbe, introduces and reflects upon the discussion and its implications for one of the most controversial topics in current biblical studies.
"This is an important readable survey of a contentious issue." Theological Book Review Feed the Minds