Lester L. Grabbe's An Introduction to Second Temple Judaism: History and PDF

By Lester L. Grabbe

ISBN-10: 0567051617

ISBN-13: 9780567051615

ISBN-10: 0567552489

ISBN-13: 9780567552488

An across the world revered professional at the moment Temple interval presents a completely updated advent to this significant region of religious study. This creation, by way of an international chief within the box, offers the ideal consultant to the second one Temple interval, its historical past, literature, and non secular atmosphere. Lester Grabbe magisterially courses the reader throughout the interval supplying a cautious evaluation of the main studied assets, the background surrounding them and a few of the currents inside Judaism on the time. This publication could be a middle textual content for classes at the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha, in addition to Qumran, Intertestamental Literature and Early Judaism.

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