The Present State of Old Testament Studies in the Low Countries

A Collection of Old Testament Studies Published on the Occasion of the Seventy-fifth Anniversary of the Oudtestamentisch Werkgezelschap


In The Present State of Old Testament Studies in the Low Countries fifteen leading scholars from Belgium and the Netherlands give an overview of their work. This collection celebrating the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Oudtestamentisch Werkgezelschap brings together the results of high quality research on many fields, from computer-assisted analysis to biblical theology, from the archaeology of Palestine to early rabbinic exegesis, from logotechnical analysis to delimitation criticism. It shows that Old Testament research in Belgium and the Netherlands is multifaceted and innovative.

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Preliminary Material
Editor(s): Klaas Spronk
Pages: i–xi
Index of Authors
Editor(s): Klaas Spronk
Pages: 283–289
Index of Textual References
Editor(s): Klaas Spronk
Pages: 290–295
Klaas Spronk, Ph.D. (1986), is Professor of Old Testament at the Protestant Theological University, Amsterdam. He has published monographs and many article and edited volumes on Bible translation, biblical theology and the exegesis of Joshua, Judges, and minor prophets.
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