Eugene H. Merrill

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Jul 1, 2006
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Ezekiel 1-20 “The purpose of this series, simply put, is to assist pastors, missionaries, and teachers of the Scriptures to convey God’s Word with greater clarity, understanding,...
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Jul 1, 2006
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Haggai, Malachi Among the excellent volumes of the New American Commentary series this is one of the strongest for a number of reasons, only a couple of which can be mentioned here. First is the...
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Apr 1, 2006
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The Story of Israel: A Biblical Theology Contrary to what might be expected from its title, this book embraces the entire Bible arranged by large blocks or sections. The work includes studies on the Pentateuch, the...
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Apr 1, 2006
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The Future of Biblical Archaeology In a day when the term “biblical archaeology” is being spurned in favor of substitutes such as “Syro-Palestinian archaeology” or the like, and when the...
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Oct 1, 2005
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Reverberations of Faith: A Theological Handbook of Old Testament Themes This reference work by a renowned Old Testament scholar provides brief treatments with bibliography of one hundred significant Old Testament terms or concepts. Examples include...
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Jul 1, 2005
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An Introduction to the Old Testament As an Old Testament scholar Brueggemann here addresses a genre to which he has not previously contributed any lengthy work, that of a comprehensive overview of all the books of the...
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Jul 1, 2005
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A Biblical History of Israel There are only so many possible permutations on a title for a work on Israel’s history, each of which bears a different nuance (e.g., Bright’s A History of Israel, and...
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Apr 1, 2005
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On the Reliability of the Old Testament Kitchen may be the preeminent Old Testament apologist of the past one hundred years. Not since the days of Robert Dick Wilson, William Henry Green, and Oswald T. Allis has there...
Chapel
Apr 1, 2005
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The Wisdom That Is From Above

Join us Dr. Eugene Merrill, Distinguished Professor of Old Testament Studies, shares that true wisdom comes from God and is not to be confused with intelligence, learning,...

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Apr 1, 2004
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Stones of Witness: Images of the Holy Land This photographic travelogue of Israel and Jordan is one of the most beautiful examples of this genre ever to come to the attention of this reviewer. Besides composing the...
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Apr 1, 2004
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Deuteronomy The Book of Deuteronomy has received a significant amount of attention by Old Testament scholars in recent years, and rightly so. It clearly is of monumental importance to the...