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Raising Up a Faithful Exegete: Essays in Honor of Richard D. Nelson
Noll, K. L. and Brooks Schramm, editors

Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2010 pp. xxviii + 363. $54.50

Description: Twenty-three colleagues, friends, and former students of Richard Nelson honor him by contributing essays to this volume. Nelson is the fromer Kraft Professor of Biblical Studies at Lutheran Theological Seminary in Gettysburg, PA, and current W. J. A. Power Professor of Biblical Hebrew and Old Testament Interpretation as well as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, Dallas. He is the author of numerous books, commentaries, and articles. Raising Up a Faithful Exegete centers around topics of particular interest to Prof. Nelson, especially Deuteronomy, the Former Prophets, priesthoods, social interactions, and theology.

Subjects: Bible, Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, Pentateuch, Deuteronomy, Historical Books, Literature, Methods, Theological Approaches, Biblical Theology, Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Theology

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Review by Kent Harold Richards
Published 7/23/2011
Citation: Kent Harold Richards, review of K. L. Noll And Brooks Schramm, eds., Raising Up a Faithful Exegete: Essays in Honor of Richard D. Nelson, Review of Biblical Literature [] (2011).

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