Details: A survey of intertestamental Judaism focusing on the customs and controversies which provide insight into the New Testament.
"Professor Scott has provided students and pastors with a first-rate study of Intertestament Judaism and how this period -- its literature and institutions -- serves as background for a better understanding of the New Testament." --Gordon D. Fee, Professor of the New Testament, Regent College
About the Author: J. Julius Scott Jr., (Ph.D., University of Manchester) is emeritus professor of biblical and historical studies at Wheaton College Graduate School.
Number Of Pages: 416
Release Date: 01-08-2000
Item Condition: New