Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
In this commentary on the books of I and II Chronicles, Sara Japhet directs her attention to the areas which are the heart of the book — the literary aspect, shedding light upon the book as a historical composition and the methods and means chosen to convey the ideas, and theology — to illuminate the author's goals, the spiritual world as reflected in the book, and the message.
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is Yehezkel Kaufmann Professor of Bible at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She received the Israel Prize for Biblical Studies in 2004 and was elected President of the World Union of Jewish Studies in 2006.ISBN: 9780664226411